Friday, 12 July 2013

Demographics

"Coronel Quirino" Street in the upper-class residential area of the Cambuí district Luxury condos at Cambuí, a wealthy neighbourhood of Campinas Mormon Temple in Campinas

According to the 2010 IBGE Census, and as November 2010, Campinas had a population of 1,080,999 and a population density of 1358.6 (inhabitants / km ²). Infant mortality levels were at up to 1 year (per thousand): 14.05 and life expectation in the city was 72.22 years. The fertility rate was at 1.78 children per woman. 96.01 of the populace could read.

Human Development Index (HDI-M): 0.852 (high) HDI-M Income: 0.845 (high) HDI-M Longevity: 0.787 HDI-M Education: 0.925 (very high)

(Source: DATA)

Ethnicity

Source: 2000 census:

Color / Race  % White 74.0% Black 5.6% Pardo 18.4% Asian 0.9% Indigenous 0.2% Composition

Source: 2010 Census Population (IBGE): 1,080,999

Population  % / inhabitants Urban area 98,28% / 1,062,453 Rural area 1,72% / 18,546 Sex  % / inhabitants Male 48,22% / 521,209 Female 51,78% / 559,790 Metropolitan region Administrative micro-region of Campinas. The outlying municipality names in red are also part of the Metropolitan Region of Campinas. Metropolitan Region of Campinas.

As of 2010, Campinas became an official metropolitan region (RMC — Região Metropolitana de Campinas), with 19 municipalities, with a total of 2.8 million inhabitants and a total land area of 3,348 km² (data of 2010), adjacent to the São Paulo metropolitan region (RMSP). The Campinas Metropolitan area also comprehends a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of R$ 70.7 billion (around U$ 42 billion).

Americana Artur Nogueira Cosmópolis Engenheiro Coelho Holambra Hortolândia Indaiatuba Itatiba Jaguariúna Monte Mor Nova Odessa Paulínia Pedreira Santa Bárbara d'Oeste Santo Antônio de Posse Sumaré Valinhos Vinhedo

The Campinas municipality is also the administrative center of the micro- and meso-regions of the same name. The micro-region includes the RMC (Metropolitan Region of Campinas) and the municipality of Elias Fausto; the meso-region also includes the following municipalities: Aguaí, Amparo, Águas da Prata, Águas de Lindóia, Caconde, Casa Branca, Divinolândia, Espírito Santo do Pinhal, Estiva Gerbi, Itapira, Itobi, Lindóia, Mococa, Mogi Guaçu, Moji-Mirim, Monte Alegre do Sul, Pedra Bela, Pinhalzinho, Pirassununga, Porto Ferreira, Santa Cruz das Palmeiras, Santo Antônio do Jardim, São João da Boa Vista, São José do Rio Pardo, São Sebastião da Grama, Serra Negra, Socorro, Tambaú, Tapiratiba, Vargem Grande do Sul and Vinhedo.

Other cities which are geographically, historically or economically tied to the meso-region of Campinas could be mentioned: Araras, Atibaia, Bragança Paulista, Capivari, Conchal, Iracemápolis, Itu, Itupeva, Jarinu, Jundiai, Limeira, Louveira, Mombuca, Morungaba, Piracicaba, Rafard, Rio das Pedras, Salto and Tuiuti.

Campinas city view

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