A year ago, when it launched, VoxelWorld ranked the top 100 nations in terms of the percentage of its population living in each of the countries that made up its database.
But since then, it has published a series of updates that show the percentage distribution of countries across the world.
The latest update, released on Monday, shows that the United States remains the most populous nation, with over 75% of its people living there.
The next-closest nation is Russia with just under 75%.
The UK, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand all have under 15% of their populations living in their countries.
That number is lower than the global average, but it’s still much higher than in previous years.
The top 25 countries of the entire world are listed below, with the countries of Latin America listed next to them.
The numbers are based on data from the World Bank and the United Nations Population Division.
The top 25 are rounded to the nearest whole number.1.
United States of America, 27.8%2.
United Kingdom, 18.5%4.
United Arab Emirates, 12.9%.10.
Japan (with two exceptions), 11.9%,12.
Russia (with one exception), 11%.13.
United Nations, 11%14.
United State of Europe, 11.8%,15.
New Zealand, 11%.16.
United Republic of Tanzania, 11%,17.
China (with several exceptions), 10.3%.20.
United states, 9%.22.
United state of europe, 8.9,23.
Japan.8, Canada.8., United States, 8., United Kingdom.7., Russia.6., United Arab countries.6.
Australia.5., France.4., China.4.
United republic of tanzania.3., Germany.2., Japan.1., Italy.0.
The United States is not in the top 10.1, United Kingdom is.0, Germany is.
The US and Germany are tied at the bottom of the list.
The US and UK are the top two nations in the world in terms for the number of people who are currently living in them, but the US is the third-largest country in terms as the number who are living there is the second-largest in the whole world.
Brazil and Italy are the second and third largest countries respectively, at the top of the ranking.
Japan, France, and China are in the bottom three.