By Daryl R. Evans

General Characteristics of Agricultural, Industrial, and Information Age Urban-Rural Demographic Distributions

Information/Data on Russian Urban-Rural Population Distribution

About three-fourths of Russia's people live in urban areas. Approximately 35 cities in Russia have populations over 500,000. Two of the largest cities in the country are St. Petersberg with over 5,000,000 people and Moscow with over 8,000,000.

Conclusions on Russia (Whether Primarily Agricultural, Industrial, or Information Age Re: Urban-Rural Population Distribution)

Because of the major population density of the cities, it is easy to conclude that Russia is in the industrial age.

Traditional Bibliographic Sources on Russian Urban-Rural Population Distribution

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