June 2008
Background Notes on Countries of the World: Spain;Jun2008, p2
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The article provides an overview of the people of Spain. Its population density is said to be roughly equivalent to New England's. Urban areas are experiencing a significant increase in population because of immigration and rural populations moving to cities. An estimated 70% of its student population attends public schools or universities.


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