Nearly 85% of the Denmark population is urban, with 38% of the total population concentrated in the four largest cities namely, Copenhagen, Alborg, Odense, and Arhus. Toward the end of the 19th century Denmark, like all industrialized European nations, experienced a prominent migration of people from the countryside to the towns and larger cities. At present, Denmark has a very low population growth rate.
The majority of people in Denmark speak in Danish language. But there is a small group of people in Denmark near the German border who speak in German. English is the most widely spoken foreign language in Denmark by the inhabitants of Denmark .
A citizen of Denmark is known as Danes. The whole population of Denmark includes people from varied religion. As per the official statistics of Denmark, from January 2006, 83.0% of Danes are members of the Lutheran state church, the Danish People's Church, which is also known as the Church of Denmark. 4% of the Danish population adheres to Islam, and other religions in Denmark, include non-Lutheran Christian appellations.
The population of Denmark is not distributed evenly. The average population density of the east of the Great Belt, Denmark is 254 people per km². On the other hand, the average density in the west of the country is 91 per km².