World Jewish Population, 2018

@article{DellaPergola2019WorldJP,
  title={World Jewish Population, 2018},
  author={Sergio DellaPergola},
  journal={American Jewish Year Book},
  year={2019}
}
At the beginning of 2018, the world’s Jewish population was estimated at 14,606,100—an increase of 98,400 (0.68%) over the 2017 revised estimate. As the world’s total population increased by 1.13% in 2017, world Jewry increased at about 60% of the general population growth rate. Jewish population was highly concentrated in two countries, Israel (45% of the world total) and the US (39% of the world total), 9% lived in Europe, 3% in other North America and Latin America, and 2% in other… 
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