×

People > Completeness of total death reporting > % of reported total deaths to estimated total deaths: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Completeness of total death reporting (% of reported total deaths to estimated total deaths). Completeness of total death reporting is the number of total deaths reported by national statistics authorities to the United Nations Statistics Division's Demography Yearbook divided by the number of total deaths estimated by the United Nations Population Division.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
=1 Ethiopia 100% 2007
=1 Swaziland 100% 2007
=1 Turkey 100% 2010
=1 Mauritius 100% 2010
=1 Barbados 100% 2007
=1 Rwanda 100% 2009
=1 Belize 100% 2005
=1 Fiji 100% 2004
=1 Senegal 100% 2010
=1 Syria 100% 2010
=1 Mexico 100% 2009
=1 Cambodia 100% 2004
=1 Czech Republic 100% 2010
=1 Cuba 100% 2009
=1 Armenia 100% 2010
=1 Tonga 100% 2006
=1 Russia 100% 2010
=1 Romania 100% 2010
=1 Austria 100% 2010
=1 Japan 100% 2009
=1 Iran 100% 2008
=1 Chile 100% 2008
=1 Puerto Rico 100% 2008
=1 Iraq 100% 2006
=1 Grenada 100% 2001
=1 Uruguay 100% 2010
=1 Egypt 100% 2010
=1 Iceland 100% 2008
=1 Burma 100% 2008
=1 Namibia 100% 2007
31 Republic of Macedonia 99.91% 2010
32 Honduras 99.9% 2006
33 Slovakia 99.82% 2010
34 Switzerland 99.75% 2010
35 Belarus 99.71% 2010
36 Germany 99.51% 2010
37 Norway 99.44% 2010
38 Malaysia 99.14% 2009
39 Tunisia 99.13% 2008
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 99% 2008
40 Finland 98.87% 2010
41 Croatia 98.72% 2010
42 Portugal 98.71% 2010
43 Malta 98.65% 2009
44 Netherlands 98.57% 2010
45 Argentina 98.54% 2009
46 Belgium 98.52% 2010
High income OECD countries average (profile) 98.5% 2008
47 Saint Lucia 98.49% 2005
48 Hungary 98.42% 2010
49 Sweden 98.3% 2010
50 European Union 98.14% 2009
51 Canada 97.92% 2008
52 Ireland 97.92% 2010
53 Brunei 97.85% 2008
54 Mongolia 97.8% 2010
55 Italy 97.73% 2010
56 France 97.6% 2010
57 Costa Rica 97.58% 2010
58 United States 97.54% 2008
59 South Korea 97.54% 2009
60 Saudi Arabia 97.52% 2008
NATO countries average (profile) 97.35% 2010
61 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 97.25% 2005
62 Georgia 97.18% 2010
63 Poland 96.99% 2010
64 Bulgaria 96.9% 2010
65 China 96.89% 2009
66 Denmark 96.71% 2010
67 Slovenia 96.66% 2010
68 Israel 96.44% 2010
European Union average (profile) 96.41% 2010
69 Australia 96.27% 2009
70 United Kingdom 96.26% 2010
71 New Zealand 95.89% 2009
Eastern Europe average (profile) 95.82% 2010
Eurozone average (profile) 95.68% 2010
72 Latvia 95.65% 2010
73 Estonia 94.52% 2010
74 Trinidad and Tobago 94.09% 2005
75 Hong Kong 94.03% 2009
76 Spain 93.77% 2010
77 Sri Lanka 93.7% 2010
78 Lithuania 93.43% 2010
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 93.4% 2007
79 North Korea 93.24% 2008
80 Ukraine 92.97% 2010
81 Bosnia and Herzegovina 92.82% 2010
82 The Bahamas 92.32% 2008
83 Chad 91.92% 2001
84 Luxembourg 91.8% 2008
85 Guatemala 91.73% 2008
86 Montenegro 91.48% 2009
87 Moldova 91.23% 2010
88 United Arab Emirates 91.22% 2006
89 Greece 91.11% 2010
90 Algeria 91.09% 2010
91 Kyrgyzstan 90.87% 2009
92 Burkina Faso 90.04% 2008
93 Panama 89.82% 2009
94 Serbia 88.71% 2010
95 Jamaica 88.26% 2009
96 New Caledonia 88.03% 2009
97 Kazakhstan 87.99% 2009
98 Suriname 87.72% 2009
99 Brazil 87.51% 2009
100 Venezuela 87.08% 2008
101 Lebanon 87.08% 2010
102 French Polynesia 86.3% 2008
103 Vietnam 86.24% 2007
104 Libya 85.99% 2002
105 Albania 84.87% 2008
106 Ecuador 83.95% 2009
107 Philippines 83.75% 2005
108 South Africa 82.27% 2009
109 Uzbekistan 82.14% 2001
110 Jordan 82.07% 2008
111 Guam 80.73% 2008
112 Pakistan 80.48% 2007
113 Guyana 80.46% 2007
114 El Salvador 79.21% 2008
115 Bahrain 79.07% 2009
116 Azerbaijan 78.82% 2010
117 Thailand 78.77% 2009
118 Qatar 77.64% 2010
119 Maldives 77.52% 2008
120 Colombia 77.44% 2009
121 Singapore 74.26% 2009
122 Zambia 73.29% 2006
123 Kuwait 72.5% 2008
124 Cyprus 71.97% 2010
125 Tajikistan 71.95% 2008
126 Malawi 71.39% 2008
127 Paraguay 71.38% 2008
128 Macau 69.83% 2009
129 Oman 69.68% 2009
130 Aruba 68.64% 2007
131 Nicaragua 68.44% 2008
132 Federated States of Micronesia 62.43% 2003
133 Peru 59.14% 2008
134 Samoa 54.86% 2004
135 Morocco 54.38% 2001
136 Dominican Republic 54.36% 2009
137 Botswana 43.45% 2007
138 Kenya 42.22% 2009
139 Channel Islands 36.2% 2007
140 Bolivia 30.64% 2007
141 Ghana 15.82% 2002
142 Yemen 15.66% 2007
143 Papua New Guinea 13.95% 2003
144 Haiti 9.11% 2003
145 Niger 3.24% 2007

Citation

"Countries Compared by People > Completeness of total death reporting > % of reported total deaths to estimated total deaths. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", The United Nations Statistics Division's Population and Vital Statistics Report and the United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/People/Completeness-of-total-death-reporting/%-of-reported-total-deaths-to-estimated-total-deaths

People > Completeness of total death reporting > % of reported total deaths to estimated total deaths: Countries Compared Map

NationMaster

Interesting observations about People > Completeness of total death reporting > % of reported total deaths to estimated total deaths

Follow us on Facebook to get interesting stats: