San Jerónimo Xayacatlán


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San Jerónimo Xayacatlán is a Municipality of 3777 inhabitants, placed in the State of Puebla, with a fertility rate of 3.55 children per woman. 6.01% of the population migrated from outside the State of Puebla. 82.76% of the population is indigenous, 51.03% of the inhabitants speak one indigenous language, and 3.16% speak that indigenous language, but not Spanish.

96.48% of the inhabitants of San Jerónimo Xayacatlán are Catholic, 37.35% are economically active and, within this active population, 97.33% are employed. Additionally, 77.79% of the dwellings have piped water and 1.18% have Internet access.

Which are the villages with the highest number of inhabitants of the municipality of San Jerónimo Xayacatlán?

We have been analysing all the demographic data of San Jerónimo Xayacatlán and in the following four towns live the largest number of people:

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>>>Map with all the towns within the municipality of San Jerónimo Xayacatlán

List with all the towns in the Municipality of San Jerónimo Xayacatlán:

Barranca Salada (256 inhabitants)
Cañada Estaca (100 inhabitants)
Cañada San Miguel (126 inhabitants)
Cerro del Caballo (31 inhabitants)
El Carrizal (68 inhabitants)
El Cuajilote (161 inhabitants)
El Mosco (86 inhabitants)
Gabino Barreda (558 inhabitants)

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