Note: In the doughnut chart the first number refers to the child population in millions; the second refers to its share of the total child population.
Source: Duan Chengrong et al., estimation based on the 2010 Population Census conducted by the National Bureau of Statistics
In 2010, the number of migrant children aged 0-17 was 35.81 million, and the number of left-behind children was 69.73 million. Adding these two groups together, the total number of children affected by migration reached 106 million, accounting for 38% of the total child population in China.
The vast majority of children affected by migration came from or lived in rural areas. Of the 35.81 million migrant children, 80.4 per cent or 28.77 million were from rural areas. Of all the left-behind children nationwide, 61.03 million of them were in rural areas, accounting for 87.5 per cent of all left-behind children and 40 per cent of all rural children.上一篇：First page 下一篇：Figure 10.2 Children affected by migration, 2000, 2005 and 2010