A new database compiled by The Huffington, the Huffington Post’s parent company, finds that the United States has the highest number of people behind prison bars worldwide.
The list is comprised of data from the United Nations’ International Centre for Prison Studies, which includes data on the country’s prison population.
The United States, ranked by a whopping 4,914 people behind the bars, is followed by Mexico, with 2,869 people behind a prison.
While the U.S. ranks first among all nations, Mexico, which is the largest country in the world, is the only country with fewer than 100 people behind Bars.
The data also shows that people in China are incarcerated more often than those in other countries.
People who are incarcerated in China tend to be those who are involved in drug trafficking, human trafficking, and terrorism.
Mexico, however, is one of the countries with the highest percentage of people who are behind bars.
According to the data, more than 90 percent of Mexicans behind bars have a criminal record.
The number of Mexican prisoners has grown by more than 20 percent since 2013.
In the past two years, the number of Mexicans incarcerated in U. S. prisons has more than tripled, according to The Huffington post.