La Palma (Pinotepa de Don Luis, Oaxaca)
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The town of La Palma is located in the Municipality of Pinotepa de Don Luis (in the State of Oaxaca). There are 110 inhabitants. Of all the towns in the municipality, it occupies the number #4 in terms of number of inhabitants. La Palma is at 219 meters of altitude.
The population of La Palma (Oaxaca) is 110 inhabitants
|Female Inhabitants||Male inhabitants||Total population|
In the town there are 52 men and 58 women. The ratio women per men is 1.115, and the fecundity rate is 2.88 children per woman. People from outside the State of Oaxaca account for 0.00% of the total population. 27.27% of the inhabitants are illiterate (32.69% of men and 22.41% of women). The average school enrollment ratio is 4.20 (4.26 within the men and 4.14 within the women).Population changes in La Palma since 2005
In 2005, in La Palma there were 110 inhabitants. That is to say, now there are 0 more people (a variation of 0.00%). Of which there are -2 men less (a variation of -3.70%), and 2 more women (a variation of 3.57%).Indigenous culture in La Palma
85.45% of the population is indigenous, and 47.27% of the inhabitants speak one of the indigenous languages. 10.00% of the population speaks one of the indigineous languages, but not Spanish.Unemployment and the economy in La Palma
22.73% of the inhabitants (more than 12 years) are economically active (48.08% of the men, and 0.00% of the women).Housing and infrastructure in La Palma
In La Palma there are 37 dwellings. 84.38% of the dwellings have electricity, 78.12% have piped water, 78.12% have toilet or restroom, 37.50% have a radio receiver, 28.12% a television, 18.75% a fridge, 3.12% a washing-machine, 0.00% a car or a van, 0.00% a personal computer, 3.12% a landline telephone, 0.00% mobile phone, and 0.00% Internet access.
Population pyramid of La Palma (Oaxaca)
In La Palma there is a very characteristic age structure of the population, which you can see in the following population pyramid. After analyzing the demographic data of La Palma, separated by men and women, and also by age groups, we can analyze how the future of the population will be in this town.
|Age range||Number of women||Number of men||Total population|
|Infants (0-4 years)||6||3||9|
|Youth (5-14 years)||14||12||26|
|Adults (15-59 years)||27||33||60|
|Elderly (60+ years)||6||6||12|
Where is La Palma? How to get there? Map
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Satellite photo of La Palma
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Photos of La Palma
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