How much of the population is vegetarian?

A 2018 study from Economic and Political Weekly by US-based anthropologist Balmurli Natrajan and India-based economist Suraj Jacob suggests that the percentage of vegetarians is about 20%.

What percentage of the world is vegetarian 2019?

The transition from vegetarians to vegans has been so profound that last year (2019), was declared by The Economist ‘The Year of the Vegan’. Right now, the total number of vegans, vegetarians, and all related categories, is close to 14 percent of the world population.

What percentage of the world is vegan 2020?

Vegan Population in the World

(Source). The exact number of vegans worldwide is still uncertain since this number varies depending on the country. However, it’s estimated that approximately less than one percent-to three percent of the world population is currently vegan.

Which country does not eat non veg?

Ethiopia. It’s a country more famous for its coffee than its food, but Ethiopia has a strict culture of religious fasting. This means that for much of the year there’s no meat on the table.

Who is most likely to be vegan?

Vegans are most likely to be females under the age of 35. When did you become vegan? 78% of vegans went vegan between the ages of 16 and 34, with 52% between the ages of 16 and 24. The average (mean) age for turning vegan is 24.1, although the most frequent ages are 19, 20 and 21.

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How many Indian are vegetarian?

Demographics

Country Vegetarians (% of population) Data set year
India 23% – 38% 2018
Ireland 4.3% – 8.4% 2018
Israel 13% 2014
Italy 8.9% 2020