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Jilotzingo is a Municipality of 17970 inhabitants, placed in the State of México, with a fertility rate of 2.18 children per woman. 19.86% of the population migrated from outside the State of México. 2.43% of the population is indigenous, 0.90% of the inhabitants speak one indigenous language, and 0.00% speak that indigenous language, but not Spanish.

85.81% of the inhabitants of Jilotzingo are Catholic, 52.82% are economically active and, within this active population, 95.71% are employed. Additionally, 96.77% of the dwellings have piped water and 14.98% have Internet access.

In which towns in the municipality of Jilotzingo do most people live?

According to our statistics of Jilotzingo, these are the four most important towns in terms of population:

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>>>Map with all the towns within the municipality of Jilotzingo

List with all the towns in the Municipality of Jilotzingo:

Barrio Damoshu (16 inhabitants)
Barrio de Dospi (41 inhabitants)
Barrio de Endonica (1233 inhabitants)
Barrio de Ensido (1333 inhabitants)
Barrio de Monfi (826 inhabitants)
Barrio Denxi (Los Alcanfores) (5 inhabitants)
Barrio el Calvario (195 inhabitants)
Barrio Gorondoni (98 inhabitants)
Barrio la Cuesta (878 inhabitants)
Barrio las Manzanitas (146)
Dangú (748)
Doditay (384)
Ejido Santa María Mazatla (92)


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