All the data of the municipality of Chiquilistlán, with all the towns, from the smallest to the largest: Chiquilistlán, Jalpa, or Agua Hedionda (San José de la Peña).
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Chiquilistlán is a Municipality of 5814 inhabitants, placed in the State of Jalisco, with a fertility rate of 3.28 children per woman. 2.58% of the population migrated from outside the State of Jalisco. 0.36% of the population is indigenous, 0.13% of the inhabitants speak one indigenous language, and 0.00% speak that indigenous language, but not Spanish.93.24% of the inhabitants of Chiquilistlán are Catholic, 39.49% are economically active and, within this active population, 91.11% are employed. Additionally, 96.64% of the dwellings have piped water and 3.21% have Internet access.
In which towns in the municipality of Chiquilistlán do most people live?According to our statistics of Chiquilistlán, these are the four most important towns in terms of population:
- Chiquilistlán (3416 inhabitants)
- Jalpa (421 inhabitants)
- Agua Hedionda (San José de la Peña) (233 inhabitants)
- Comala y Agua Puerca (211 inhabitants)
List with all the towns in the Municipality of Chiquilistlán:
Agua Delgada (Los Llanitos) (181 inhabitants)
Agua Hedionda (San José de la Peña) (272 inhabitants)
Almazalte (6 inhabitants)
Capula (82 inhabitants)
Cítala (38 inhabitants)
Chiquilistlán (3962 inhabitants)
Cofradía de Jalpa (63 inhabitants)
Comala y Agua Puerca (245 inhabitants)
El Agostadero (78)
El Guamúchil (11)
El Limoncito (113)
El Mortero (-)