At least 35% to 50%
We usually refer to the undeveloped world as “developing,” versus the “developed” world. There are many ways to define these two categories (population growth, literacy rates, GDP) that can be summed up by the Human Development Index, which is the United Nation’s way of measuring a state’s standard of living.
Nations with a high HDI are typically the developed nations. Lower HDI then indicates a developing nation. Take a look at this map to see a graphic display of global HDI.
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