Most Urbanized Countries in the World

List the most urbanized countries in the world. These are countries where majority of its citizens live in urban areas.
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Last updated: April 8, 2021
First submittedMay 1, 2020
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Rank
%
Country
1
100
Vatican City
2
100
Nauru
3
100
Monaco
4
100
Singapore
5
99
Qatar
6
98
Kuwait
7
98
Belgium
8
95
Uruguay
9
95
Malta
10
94
San Marino
Rank
%
Country
11
94
Iceland
12
94
Japan
13
92
Israel
14
92
Argentina
15
91
Netherlands
16
90
Luxembourg
17
90
Chile
18
89
Venezuela
19
89
Australia
20
89
Bahrain
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Level 60
May 1, 2020
Nice quiz - spelling 'Uruguay'
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Level 50
May 4, 2020
Fixed, thank you.
+3
Level 72
May 1, 2020
Good mixture of places including some large ones which I would never have guessed.
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Level 32
May 1, 2020
Belgium really surprised me
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Level 26
May 4, 2020
Great quiz. Australia was the one that surprised me until you look at the populations of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide etc. in contrast to the nations total population.

I still think its surprising given its extremely low population density.

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Level 50
Jun 21, 2020
Australia shocked me too. Also Argentina despite Buenos Aires' huge population.
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Level 47
Oct 23, 2020
Really fun!
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Level 50
Oct 27, 2020
Cheers. Thanks for playing!
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Level 71
Feb 8, 2021
Interesting quiz! I got Australia, but missed all the South American countries. I didn't even think of trying them. Nauru was also a surprise for me although in hindsight it does make sense.
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Level 50
Feb 8, 2021
Yeah. There are some pretty surprising ones in there, especially ones with extremely low population densities.
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Level 56
Feb 11, 2021
Interesting! I never would have guessed a lot of the South America ones, hmmm.