List of Chinese Administrative Divisions By Illiteracy Rate

List Of Chinese Administrative Divisions By Illiteracy Rate

According to the The sixth population census in 2010 the overall literacy rate in the People's Republic of China was 95.92%. In the different regions the illiteracy rate varies considerably, though. The following is a list of the first-level administrative divisions covered in the population census, including all provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities, in order of their officially reported illiteracy rate for people aged 15 and above in 2010. The figures are from the 2010 census published by the Bureau of Statistics of the PRC.

Figures from a different source, the CIA World Factbook, are given for Taiwan (2003) which is governed by the Republic of China, and the special administrative regions Hong Kong (2002) and Macau (2001); these are not directly comparable as the methodologies used may differ.

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