the town of √?rika is located in the Municipality of Cadereyta Jim√©nez (in the State of Nuevo Le√≥n).
There are 9 inhabitants. √?rika is 333 meters above sea level.
In the town there are 3 men and 6 women. The ratio women per men is 2.000, and the fecundity rate is 1.67 children per woman. People from outside the State of Nuevo Le√≥n account for 88.89% of the total population. 0.00% of the inhabitants are illiterate (0.00% of men and 0.00% of women). The average school enrollment ratio is 8.17 (6.33 within the men and 10 within the women).
people less (a variation of -70.00%). Of which there are -12 men less (a variation of -80.00%), and -9 women less (a variation of -60.00%).
Indigenous culture in √?rika
22.22% of the population is indigenous, and 11.11% of the inhabitants speak one of the indigenous languages. 0.00% of the population speaks one of the indigineous languages, but not Spanish.Unemployment and the economy in √?rika
33.33% of the inhabitants (more than 12 years) are economically active (100.00% of the men, and 0.00% of the women).Housing and infrastructure in √?rika
In √?rika there are 5 dwellings. 100.00% of the dwellings have electricity, 0.00% have piped water, 100.00% have toilet or restroom, 66.67% have a radio receiver, 100.00% a television, 66.67% a fridge, 66.67% a washing-machine, 33.33% a car or a van, 0.00% a personal computer, 0.00% a landline telephone, 100.00% mobile phone, and 0.00% Internet access.
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