How to track the population in Japan
Japan has a population of about 5.7 million, according to the latest census.
The country’s population was 6.8 million in the 2015 count.
But the country is also undercounting the number of people who have lived in Japan for years.
Fox News’ Adam Housley reports.
Read moreThe new census shows Japan’s population fell from 7.9 million in 2010 to 6.9 percent in 2016.
The numbers are still a small percentage of the global population of more than 7.2 billion.
Japan has been undercounted for years, but it’s still among the most undercounts in the world.
The Census Bureau has been unable to provide an accurate count of the number.
The country’s most recent census in the early 20th century revealed that there were about 5,000 more Japanese than the current population, and many experts believe that’s a conservative estimate of the population.
The Census Bureau’s official count is a bit more conservative, but the bureau says that in 2017, there were more than 13.6 million people in Japan.
According to the bureau, those numbers could be higher than that because people who left Japan were not counted.
The population of Japan dropped from about 5 million in 1970 to just over 3 million in 2014, and then rose again.
Japan was undercount for years but was finally counted in 2017.
In 2018, Japan had about 7.5 million people.