When we talk about “overpopulation,” we’re talking about a population relative to the land which supports it. If there is a densely populated area which the land can support, that area isn’t necessarily overpopulated. Newstatesman.com shared research that lists the most overpopulated countries in the world. Singapore takes the top spot, followed by Israel, Kuwait, and the Korea Republic. China and India placed 29th and 33rd, respectively, clearly showing that the sheer size of a population doesn’t mean a country is overpopulated. Click the citation to see the full list.
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