6 countries where people live the longestVika
The oldest living person in the world - Japanese Sakari Momoi - recently celebrated his 112th birthday. Interestingly, more than 58 thousand people are currently living in Japan, over the age of "one hundred." Find out which countries have the highest percentage of people over the age of 80.
6. Sweden. Sweden has a population of 9.5 million, of which 5 percent are over 80 years old. (Photo: ShutterStock).
5. Greece. In 2002, Greece had 11.2 million inhabitants, of which more than five percent were people over 80. (Photo: ShutterStock).
4. Germany. Germany has 82 million people, five percent of whom are elderly people aged 80 and over. (Photo: ShutterStock).
3. France. France has a population of about 63.5 million. 6 percent of the population of this country are people over 80 years old. (Photo: ShutterStock).
2. Italy. Of the 61 million population of Italy, 6 percent are people over 80 years old. (Photo: ShutterStock).
1. Japan. In 2002, Japan's population was 126.4 million, of which 7 percent are people over 80. (Photo: ShutterStock).