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1. For example, per capita income is the arithmetic average income of a nation's population.

2. The dependency of developing nations can lead to a reduce rate of economic growth, increase income inequality inter- and intra-national, and adversely affects the wellbeing of a nation's population.

3. Changes in the infant mortality rate reflect social and technical capacities of a nation's population.

4. This view holds that the quality and skill level of a labor force and the technology and resources available to it are more important than simply a nation's population size.

5. Paul holds that, "once a nation's population becomes prosperous and secure, for example through economic security and universal health care, much of the population loses interest in seeking the aid and protection of supernatural entities.

6. One consistent finding has been that loneliness is not evenly distributed across a nation's population.

7. Wallace claimed that immigrants did not increase a nation's population, but merely replaced it.