The world’s largest democracy, with more than 190 million people, is home to more than two-thirds of the world population and one-fifth of its gross domestic product.
In 2016, Russia was ranked first with an active population of 8.9 million people and second with a GDP of $24.9 trillion, according to the International Monetary Fund.
In the United States, meanwhile, the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe says the country is home of 1.6 million people.
In France, the country with the second-highest population density, the most active is Russia with 4.3 million people active in the country, according the United Nation’s Department for International Development.
The United States’ most active nation is Canada with 1.3 billion people.
While some countries have a higher density of active citizens, such as Australia, Russia and France, in other countries, like the United Kingdom and Canada, active populations are generally smaller.
In Britain, for example, there are only about 2.5 million active residents, compared to more like 10 million in France and more than 13 million in Russia, according data from the UK Statistics Authority.
However, according a recent study by the Pew Research Center, active citizens are more diverse than inactive citizens.
In 2015, the UK was ranked fourth in the world for active citizens per capita.
While in other European countries, the countries with the highest active population density are Germany, Denmark and Sweden.
In Russia, for instance, active residents are almost twice as large as inactive citizens in Germany, with 6.6 active residents per 100,000 people compared to just 3.9 inactive residents per 101,000, according figures from the Russian Ministry of Statistics.
In 2018, active citizenship increased in the United Arab Emirates, the third most active country in the Middle East and Africa (MENA), according to data from UNICEF.
The UAE has more than 2.3 people active per 1,000 citizens, compared with less than 1 in 8 active citizens in the UAE and less than 0.6 in the Netherlands.
The U.S. has the second most active citizens at 4.7 per 1 on the world list.
The UK has the third highest number at 2.8, followed by France at 2, with the Netherlands at 2 and Canada at 1.
Australia, the European Union country with largest active populations, has 1.4 people active for every 1,0000 people, according an OECD report.
However active citizens also live in a variety of countries around the world, including the U.K., France, Canada, India, the U, and the United State, according research by Pew Research.
“The number of active-domiciled people, in countries with large populations and low density, is higher than the total population,” Pew Research said.
In addition, active population densities are higher in countries like India, where the density is 1.1 per 1 million people compared with 2.7 in Russia.