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7.

2
BILLION
Worldwide population in 2014;
6 billion in less developed
countries and 1.2 billion in
more developed countries.

2.5
The total fertility rate worldwide.
TFRs range from 1.1 children per
woman in Taiwan to 7.6 in Niger.

53%
The percentage of the worlds
population living in urban areas.

38
Since 1970, the global infant
mortality rate declined from
80 infant deaths per 1,000 live
births to 38 per 1,000 live births.

POPULATION REFERENCE BUREAU

2014

WORLD
POPULATION
DATA SHEET

I N F O R M | E M P O W E R | A DVA N C E | w w w. p r b . o r g

MOST POPULOUS COUNTRIES, 2014 AND 2050


2014
COUNTRY

2050
POPULATION (MILLIONS)

COUNTRY

POPULATION (MILLIONS)

China

1,364

India

1,657

India

1,296

China

1,312

United States

318

Nigeria

396

Indonesia

251

United States

395

Brazil

203

Indonesia

365

Pakistan

194

Pakistan

348

Nigeria

177

Brazil

226

Bangladesh

158

Bangladesh

202

Russia

144

Congo, Dem. Rep.

194

Japan

127

Ethiopia

165

COUNTRIES WITH THE HIGHEST AND LOWEST TOTAL FERTILITY RATES


TFR
HIGHEST IN 2013

2013

TFR
1970

LOWEST IN 2013

2013

1970

Niger

7.6

7.4

Taiwan

1.1

3.9

South Sudan

7.0

6.9

Portugal

1.2

3.0

Somalia

6.6

7.2

Singapore

1.2

3.2

Chad

6.6

6.5

Korea, South

1.2

4.5

Congo, Dem. Rep.

6.6

6.2

Moldova

1.2

2.6

Central African Republic

6.2

6.0

Poland

1.2

2.3

Angola

6.2

7.3

Bosnia-Herzegovina

1.3

2.7

Mali

6.1

6.9

Spain

1.3

2.9

Burundi

6.1

7.3

Greece

1.3

2.4

Zambia

6.0

7.4

2.0

Hungary

1.3

Slovakia

1.3

2.4

Romania

1.3

2.9

NOTE: 2013 data refer to latest data available.

2014 Population Reference Bureau

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2014 WORLD POPULATION DATA SHEET

POPULATION CLOCK, 2014

Population

Births per

1,248,958,000

5,989,225,000

143,341,000

13,794,000

129,547,000

Day

392,714

37,792

354,923

273

26

246

Year

56,759,000

12,328,000

44,432,000

Day

155,505

33,775

121,730

108

23

85

Year

86,581,000

1,466,000

85,115,000

Day

237,209

4,017

233,193

Minute

Infant deaths per

165

162

Year

5,507,000

72,000

5,435,000

Day

15,087

197

14,890

10

0.1

10

Minute

2014 Population Reference Bureau

LESS DEVELOPED
COUNTRIES

7,238,184,000

Minute

Natural increase per

MORE DEVELOPED
COUNTRIES

Year

Minute

Deaths per

WORLD

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WO R L D P O P U L AT I O N H I G H L I G H T S
FOCUS ON PROGRESS AND CHALLENGES

Extreme Poverty Rate Falls


in Many Countries.
MDG 1: ERADICATE EXTREME POVERTY AND HUNGER
In 2010, five years ahead of the target date of 2015, the world reached the
United Nations Millennium Development Goal 1: cutting in half the proportion
of people living in extreme poverty. While this global progress is outstanding,
progress in particular countries and regions is not as strong. Globally,
1.2 billion people still live on less than $1.25 a day, and disproportionately
large numbers of them live in southern Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. While
the rate of extreme poverty fell significantly in China and India, their large
populations (more than 2.5 billion combined) mean that they are two of the
top five countries that have the largest share of the global extreme poor.

Percent of Population Living on Less Than $1.25/Day


1988-1992
2008-2012

69

66

62
54

54
47

38

37

22

33

30

20

19

12

SOURCE: World Bank, Poverty Headcount Ratio at $1.25 a Day (PPP),

accessed at http://data.worldbank.org/indicator/SI.POV.DDAY.

Child Mortality Rates Decline


Steadily Across Much of the World.
MDG 4: REDUCE CHILD MORTALITY
The child mortality rate is the number of deaths of children under 5 per 1,000
live births. The United Nations set a target for Millennium Development Goal
4: to reduce by two-thirds, between 1990 and 2015, the under-5 mortality
rate. Across the globe, many countries have made significant progress in
reducing child mortality. For example, child mortality in Bangladesh declined
from 144 child deaths per 1,000 live births to 41, a reduction of 72 percent.
The global rate in 2012 was almost one-half its 1990 rate, declining from
90 deaths per 1,000 live births to 48 in 2012. Despite these gains, many
countries will fall short of the MDG target, and further progress is needed
across much of sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia.

Honduras

China

World

Indonesia

India

Deaths of Children Under 5 per 1,000 Live Births


(2012 data appear inside bars; 1990 data are italicized)
Peru (77%)

18

China (74%)

79

21

Egypt (75%)

86
41

Bangladesh (72%)

144
54

Tanzania (68%)

166

Uganda (61%)
Algeria (60%)
Vietnam (54%)
Yemen (52%)

69
20
23

Kenya (26%)

178

50

33% 65%
Reduction

51
60

125

Burkina Faso (49%)


Papua New Guinea (29%)

Under-Five Mortality Estimates: Rates (September 2013),


accessed at www.childmortality.org.
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102
63

202

89
73

Less Than
33% Reduction

98
164

Somalia (17%)

147

Congo, Dem. Rep. (15%)

146

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66% or
Greater
Reduction

54

14

Angola (23%)

SOURCE: UN Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation,

Uganda

Senegal

213
177
171

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FOCUS ON PROGRESS AND CHALLENGES

1970 Male Female

Age Structure Has Changed Differently Across


Regions Between 1970 and 2014.

2014 Male Female

World

In 1970, just under one-half (48 percent) of the worlds population was younger than 20, a nearly equal percentage
was ages 20 to 64, and only 5 percent was 65 and older. Today, as a result of lower fertility rates and longer life
expectancy, the share of global population under age 20 has dropped to about 35 percent, the population between
ages 20 and 64 represent 58 percent, and ages 65 and older represent 7 percent. Asia, Latin America, and Oceania
all have population age structures similar to the global averages. In 1970, Europe and North America were similar
to the world average today, and their slower growth resulted in a current population much older than the global
average. Africas population is at the other end of the age spectrumAfricas current youthful age structure is much
like the global average in 1970.

80+
75-79
70-74
65-69
60-64
55-59
50-54
45-49
40-44
35-39
30-34
25-29
20-24
15-19
10-14
5-9
0-4
10%

8%

6%

4%

2%

0%

2%

4%

6%

8%

10%

4%

6%

8%

10%

4%

6%

8%

10%

Percent of Population

Africa
80+
75-79
70-74
65-69
60-64
55-59
50-54
45-49
40-44
35-39
30-34
25-29
20-24
15-19
10-14
5-9
0-4
10%

8%

6%

4%

2%
0%
2%
Percent of Population

Asia

4%

6%

8%

10%

80+
75-79
70-74
65-69
60-64
55-59
50-54
45-49
40-44
35-39
30-34
25-29
20-24
15-19
10-14
5-9
0-4
10%

8%

6%

4%

8%

6%

4%

2%
0%
2%
Percent of Population

0%

2%

4%

6%

8%

10%

10%

80+
75-79
70-74
65-69
60-64
55-59
50-54
45-49
40-44
35-39
30-34
25-29
20-24
15-19
10-14
5-9
0-4
10%

8%

6%

4%

Percent of Population

North America

Latin America & Caribbean


80+
75-79
70-74
65-69
60-64
55-59
50-54
45-49
40-44
35-39
30-34
25-29
20-24
15-19
10-14
5-9
0-4
10%

2%

Europe
80+
75-79
70-74
65-69
60-64
55-59
50-54
45-49
40-44
35-39
30-34
25-29
20-24
15-19
10-14
5-9
0-4
10%

4%

6%

8%

10%

80+
75-79
70-74
65-69
60-64
55-59
50-54
45-49
40-44
35-39
30-34
25-29
20-24
15-19
10-14
5-9
0-4
10%

8%

6%

4%

2%
0%
2%
Percent of Population

2%
0%
2%
Percent of Population

Oceania

4%

6%

8%

8%

6%

4%

2%
0%
2%
Percent of Population

SOURCE: United Nations Population Division, World Population Prospects: The 2012 Revision (New York: United Nations, 2013).
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FOCUS ON PROGRESS AND CHALLENGES

Countries Vary in Progress Toward


Reducing Still-High Maternal Mortality.

Maternal Deaths per 100,000 Live Births


(2013 data appear inside bars; 1990 data are italicized)
170

Cambodia (86%)

MDG 5: IMPROVE MATERNAL HEALTH

1,700

320

Rwanda (77%)

1,400

190

Nepal (76%)

790

Ethiopia (70%)

420

1,400

400

Afghanistan (67%)

1,200

190

India (66%)
Peru (64%)

89

33% 74%
Reduction

560
250
560

Nigeria (53%)

1,200
730

Congo, Dem. Rep. (27%)


590

Cameroon (18%)
400

Kenya (17%)
South Africa (9%)

75% or Greater
Reduction

1,100
380

Eritrea (78%)

The maternal mortality ratio is the number of maternal deaths per 100,000 live births.
Globally, this ratio dropped from 380 deaths to 210 deaths per 100,000 live births
between 1990 and 2013. Some countries have made remarkable progress. For example,
maternal mortality in Rwanda declined from 1,400 maternal deaths per 100,000 live
births to 320, a reduction of 77 percent. Even with these drops, many countries have
not yet met the United Nations target for Millennium Development Goal 5: to reduce by
three-quarters, between 1990 and 2015, the maternal mortality ratio. While the ratio has
declined rapidly in some countries, many others have made insufficient progress. The
ratio for all developing countries is 14 times higher than for developed countries230
maternal deaths per 100,000 live births vs. 16, and further efforts are needed to end
these preventable maternal deaths.

1,200

220

Laos (80%)

1,000
720

Less Than
33% Reduction

490

140 150
720

Cte dIvoire (3%)

740

SOURCE: World Health Organization, Trends in Maternal Mortality: 1990 to 2013

(Geneva: WHO, 2014).

As Life Expectancy Rises in the


United States, Gaps Between
Whites and Blacks Are Decreasing.

Life Expectancy at Birth (years)


86
82

Since 1975, life expectancy at birth in the United States has increased by 10 years for black
males, by 7 years for white males and black females, and by only 4 years for white females.
In addition, the gap in life expectancy between white and black females decreased from 6
years to 3 years between 1975 and 2011; while the gap between white and black males
decreased from 7 years to 4 years across this period. However, these remaining gaps
between whites and blacks are one factor contributing to lower life expectancy at birth in
the United States compared with other developed countries. Japan, Switzerland, Sweden,
Norway, and France have life expectancies of 82 years or higher, compared with only
79 years in the United States. And, at 81 years, life expectancy at birth for women in the
United States is considerably lower than it is for women in many other developed countries,
where it has reached 84 years or higher. Hispanic females in the United States have a
higher life expectancy at birth than whites or blacks of either gender.

80
78

72
70
68

81.3

White Females
Hispanic Males

77.3

76
74

83.7

Hispanic Females

84

78.8

71.3

78.2
76.6

Black Females
White Males

72.2

69.5

66
64
62
60

Black Males
62.4
1975

1979

1983

1987

1991

1995

1999

2003

2007

2011

SOURCE: National Center For Health Statistics, Deaths: Final Data for 2011,

National Vital Statistics Report 63, no. 3 (2014).


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2014 WORLD POPULATION DATA SHEET

in 2050.

per woman to 2.8.

P O P U

contraception.

POPULATION, HEALTH, AND ENVIRONMENT


DATA AND HEALTH,
ESTIMATES AND
FOR THE
COUNTRIES ANDDATA
REGIONS
OF ESTIMATES
THE WORLD
POPULATION,
ENVIRONMENT
AND

WORLD
MORE DEVELOPED
LESS DEVELOPED
LESS DEVELOPED (EXCL. CHINA)
LEAST DEVELOPED
AFRICA
SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
NORTHERN AFRICA
Algeria
Egypt
Libya
Morocco
Sudan
Tunisia
Western Saharae
WESTERN AFRICA
Benin
Burkina Faso
Cape Verde
Cte d'Ivoire
Gambia
Ghana
Guinea
Guinea-Bissau
Liberia
Mali
Mauritania
Niger
Nigeria
Senegal
Sierra Leone
Togo
EASTERN AFRICA
Burundi
Comoros
Djibouti
Eritrea
Ethiopia
Kenya
Madagascar
Malawi
Mauritius
Mayotte
Mozambique
Reunion
Rwanda
Seychelles
2014 Population Reference Bureau
Somalia
South Sudan

Population
mid-2014
(millions)
7,238
1,249
5,989
4,625
916
1,136
920
217
39.1
87.9
6.3
33.3
38.8
11.0
0.6
339
10.3
17.9
0.5
20.8
1.9
27.0
11.6
1.7
4.4
15.9
4.0
18.2
177.5
13.9
6.3
7.0
378
10.5
0.7
0.9
6.5
95.9
43.2
22.4
16.8
1.3
0.2
25.1
0.9
11.1
0.1
10.8
11.7

Births
per 1,000
Population
20
11
22
24
33
36
37
28
25
32
21
22
34
19
21
39
37
43
22
37
41
34
38
38
35
42
34
50
39
40
38
37
36
45
34
28
33
28
34
34
40
11
31
43
17
31
19
44
36

Deaths
per 1,000
Population
8
10
7
7
9
10
11
7
6
6
4
6
8
6
6
12
10
11
5
14
10
9
12
13
9
13
9
11
13
8
17
11
9
13
9
9
7
8
9
7
12
8
3
13
5
8
7
12
12

Rate of
Natural
Increase
(%)
1.2
0.1
1.4
1.7
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.2
1.9
2.6
1.7
1.5
2.5
1.3
1.5
2.7
2.7
3.1
1.7
2.3
3.1
2.5
2.7
2.5
2.6
2.9
2.6
3.9
2.5
3.2
2.1
2.6
2.7
3.2
2.5
1.9
2.6
2.1
2.6
2.7
2.9
0.3
2.8
2.9
1.2
2.3
1.1
3.2
2.4

Net
Projected
Migration
Population (millions)
Rate
per 1,000
Population
mid-2030
mid-2050

8,444
9,683
2
1,292
1,309
0
7,152
8,375
-1
5,752
7,063
-1
1,290
1,855
0
1,637
2,428
0
1,360
2,081
-2
277
347
-1
49.9
60.3
-1
113.2
146.0
-7
7.5
8.4
-3
38.2
41.4
-4
55.1
77.1
-3
12.4
13.1
17
0.8
0.8
-1
507
784
-0
15.0
21.5
-2
28.4
46.6
-7
0.6
0.7
1
29.2
42.3
-2
3.1
4.9
-1
37.7
52.6
-0
16.9
23.9
-1
2.5
3.5
-1
6.4
9.4
-2
26.3
45.6
-1
5.6
7.9
-0
33.8
68.0
-0
261.7
396.5
-1
21.8
35.1
-1
8.2
10.5
-0
10.0
14.5
0
561
851
-0
16.4
26.7
-3
1.0
1.3
-4
1.1
1.2
2
9.8
14.3
-0
130.5
165.1
-0
60.0
81.3
-0
34.3
52.8
0
26.0
41.2
-0
1.3
1.2
-5
0.3
0.5
0
38.4
63.5
-5
1.0
1.2
-1
15.8
21.0
2
0.1
0.1
See notes on page 18
-3
16.9
27.1
16
17.3
39.3

2050
Population
as a
Multiple of
2014
1.3
1.0
1.4
1.5
2.0
2.1
2.3
1.6
1.5
1.7
1.3
1.2
2.0
1.2
1.4
2.3
2.1
2.6
1.5
2.0
2.5
1.9
2.1
2.0
2.1
2.9
2.0
3.7
2.2
2.5
1.7
2.1
2.3
2.5
1.8
1.4
2.2
1.7
1.9
2.4
2.4
1.0
2.1
2.5
1.4
1.9
1.1
2.5
3.3

Infant
Mortality Ratea
1970
89
24
100
119
150
139
138
140
128
169
104
118
97
158
168
152
155
163
109
156
120
110
190
144
186
184
110
154
153
111
197
120
134
139
134
112
151
144
98
139
175
66
53
165
53
136
54
154
187

2013*
38
5
42
46
64
62
67
33
26
29
14
29
55
16
37
66
69
70
24
75
55
53
67
94
54
58
72
54
69
43
92
66
57
87
36
55
42
50
47
42
66
12.1
4
85
7
49
11.4
80
78

Total
Fertility Rateb

FOR THE

Percent of Population

1970
2013*
Ages <15
Ages 65+
4.7
2.5
26
8
2.3
1.6
16
17
5.7
2.6
29
6
5.8
3.0
32
5
5.7
4.3
40
4
6.7
4.7
41
4
6.7
5.1
43
3
6.5
3.4
32
5
7.6
2.9
28
6
5.9
3.5
32
6
7.9
2.4
29
5
6.7
2.6
28
5
6.9
5.2
41
3
6.4
2.2
24
7
6.6
2.4
27
3
6.7
5.4
44
3
6.8
4.9
43
3
6.6
5.9
46
2
6.9
2.6
30
5
7.9
4.9
41
3
6.1
5.6
46
2
7.0
4.3
38
5
6.2
5.1
42
3
6.1
5.0
41
3
6.7
4.7
43
3
6.9
6.1
48
3
6.8
4.1
40
3
7.4
7.6
50
3
6.5
5.6
44
3
7.3
5.3
44
3
6.7
4.9
42
3
7.1
4.7
42
3
7.1
4.9
44
3
7.3
6.1
45
2
7.1
4.3
42
3
6.8
3.4
34
4
6.7
4.7
43
2
7.0
4.1
43
3
8.1
4.3
42
3
7.3
4.4
42
3
7.3
5.5
45
3
3.8
1.4
21
8
7.9
4.1
45
2
6.6
5.7
45
3
4.8
2.4
24
9
8.2
4.0
41
3
5.8
2.4
22
8
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7.2
6.6
48
3
6.9
7.0
42
3

Both Sex
1970
58
71
55
51
44
45
44
52
50
52
56
53
52
51
42
41
42
39
52
44
38
49
37
44
39
32
49
36
41
39
35
47
45
44
48
49
41
43
52
45
41
63
62
39
63
44
66
41
36

P O P U

in 2050.
contraception.
to 2.8.
Eritrea
6.5
33
7 per woman
2.6
2
9.8
14.3
2.2
151
42
6.7
4.7
43
2
41
Ethiopia
95.9
28
8
2.1
-0
130.5
165.1
1.7
144
50
7.0
4.1
43
3
43
Kenya
43.2
34
9
2.6
-0
60.0
81.3
1.9
98
47
8.1
4.3
42
3
52
Madagascar
22.4
34
7
2.7
-0
34.3
52.8
2.4
139
42
7.3
4.4
42
3
45
Malawi
16.8
40
12
2.9 ENVIRONMENT
0 POPULATION,
26.0 AND 41.2
2.4 AND
175
66
5.5OF ESTIMATES
41
POPULATION,
HEALTH,
AND
DATA
ESTIMATES
FOR THE
COUNTRIES
AND7.3
REGIONS
THE45WORLD 3FOR THE
HEALTH,
ENVIRONMENT
DATA
AND
Mauritius
1.3
11
8
0.3
-0
1.3
1.2
1.0
66
12.1
3.8
1.4
21
8
63
Net
2050
Mayotte
0.2
31
3
2.8
-5
0.3
0.5
2.1
53
4
7.9
4.1
45
2
62
Total
Projected
Infant
Rate of
Migration
Population
a
Mozambique
25.1
43
13
2.9
0
38.4 (millions)
63.5
2.5
165
85
6.6
45 of Population
3
39
Fertility Rateb5.7
Percent
Population
Mortality Rate
Population
Births
Deaths
Natural
Rate
as a
Reunion
0.9
5
1.2
1.0
1.2
1.4 of
53
7
4.8
2.4
24
9
mid-2014
per17
1,000
per 1,000
Increase
per -5
1,000
Multiple
Both63
Sex
Rwanda
11.1
31
8
2.3
-1
15.8
21.0
1.9
136
49
8.2
4.0
41<15
44
(millions)
Population
Population
(%)
Population
mid-2030
mid-2050
2014
1970
2013*
1970
2013*
Ages
Ages365+
1970
WORLD
Seychelles
0.1
19
7
1.1
2
0.1
0.1
1.1
54
11.4
5.8
2.4
22
66
7,238
20
8
1.2

8,444
9,683
1.3
89
38
4.7
2.5
26
8
58
Somalia
10.8
44
12
3.2
-3
16.9
27.1
2.5
154
80
7.2
6.6
48
3
41
MORE
DEVELOPED
1,249
11
10
0.1
2
1,292
1,309
1.0
24
5
2.3
1.6
16
17
71
South
Sudan
11.7
36
12
2.4
16
17.3
39.3
3.3
187
78
6.9
7.0
42
3
36
LESS
DEVELOPED
5,989
22
7
1.4
0
7,152
8,375
1.4
100
42
5.7
2.6
29
6
55
Tanzania
40
9
3.1
79.4
129.4
2.5
124
49
6.8
5.3
45
3
47
50.8
LESS
DEVELOPED (EXCL. CHINA)
4,625
24
7
1.7
-1
5,752
7,063
1.5
119
46
5.8
3.0
32
5
51
Uganda
38.8
43
9
3.4
-1
63.4
104.1
2.7
113
57
7.1
5.9
48
2
49
LEAST
DEVELOPED
916
33
2.4
1,290
1,855
2.0
150
64
5.7
4.3
40
4
44
Zambia
15.1
45
11
3.4
-1
26.1
49.2
3.3
112
66
7.4
6.0
47
3
49
AFRICA
1,136
36
10
2.5
0
1,637
2,428
2.1
139
62
6.7
4.7
41
4
45
Zimbabwe
14.7
33
9
2.4
6
21.5
30.2
2.1
86
37
7.4
3.8
40
55
SUB-SAHARAN
AFRICA
920
37
11
2.6
0
1,360
2,081
2.3
138
67
6.7
5.1
43
3
44
MIDDLE AFRICA
142
45
15
3.0
-0
225
372
2.6
144
97
6.4
6.1
46
3
43
NORTHERN
AFRICA
217
28
7
2.2
-2
277
347
1.6
140
33
6.5
3.4
32
5
52
Angola
22.4
46
14
3.2
1
36.4
60.8
2.7
179
96
7.3
6.2
48
2
37
Algeria
39.1
25
6
1.9
-1
49.9
60.3
1.5
128
26
7.6
2.9
28
6
50
Cameroon
22.8
39
12
2.7
34.5
54.3
2.4
127
62
6.2
5.1
43
3
46
Egypt
87.9
32
6
2.6
-1
113.2
146.0
1.7
169
29
5.9
3.5
32
6
52
Central African Republic
4.8
47
15
3.2
0
6.7
9.7
2.0
149
116
6.0
6.2
40
4
42
Libya
6.3
21
4
1.7
-7
7.5
8.4
1.3
104
14
7.9
2.4
29
5
56
Chad
13.3
48
15
3.3
-2
21.8
37.4
2.8
153
96
6.5
6.6
49
2
41
Morocco
33.3
22
6
1.5
-3
38.2
41.4
1.2
118
29
6.7
2.6
28
5
53
Congo
4.6
38
10
2.8
-2
6.8
10.6
2.3
93
64
6.3
5.0
42
3
53
Sudan
38.8
34
8
2.5
-4
55.1
77.1
2.0
97
55
6.9
5.2
41
52
Congo,
71.2
46
16
3.0
-0
114.9
193.6
2.7
138
109
6.2
6.6
46
3
44
Tunisia Dem. Rep.
19
6
1.3
-3
12.4
13.1
1.2
158
16
6.4
2.2
24
7
51
11.0
e
Equatorial
Guinea
0.8
36
13
2.2
5
1.1
1.6
2.1
162
89
5.7
4.9
39
40
Western
Sahara
0.6
21
6
1.5
17
0.8
0.8
1.4
168
37
6.6
2.4
27
3
42
Gabon AFRICA
1.7
32
9
2.3
1
2.4
3.3
1.9
124
43
5.1
4.1
38
5
47
WESTERN
339
39
12
2.7
-1
507
784
2.3
152
66
6.7
5.4
44
3
41
Sao Tome and Principe
36
7
2.9
-2
0.3
0.4
2.2
82
44
6.5
4.3
42
4
56
0.2
Benin
10.3
37
10
2.7
-0
15.0
21.5
2.1
155
69
6.8
4.9
43
3
42
SOUTHERN
AFRICA
61
21
1.0
3
68
75
1.2
85
44
5.7
2.4
30
5
53
Burkina Faso
17.9
43
11
3.1
-2
28.4
46.6
2.6
163
70
6.6
5.9
46
2
39
Botswana
2.0
24
17
0.7
2
2.3
2.8
1.4
97
32
6.6
34
4
55
Cape
Verde
0.5
22
5
1.7
-7
0.6
0.7
1.5
109
24
6.9
2.6
30
5
52
Lesotho
1.9
30
21
0.9
-6
2.1
2.7
1.4
127
82
5.8
3.3
36
6
49
Cte
d'Ivoire
20.8
37
14
2.3
1
29.2
42.3
2.0
156
75
7.9
4.9
41
3
44
Namibia
2.3
30
7
2.2
-0
3.0
3.7
1.6
108
39
6.5
3.6
36
4
53
Gambia
1.9
41
10
3.1
-2
3.1
4.9
2.5
120
55
6.1
5.6
46
2
38
South
53.7
20
11
1.0
3
58.7
64.1
1.2
80
42
5.6
2.3
29
5
53
GhanaAfrica
27.0
34
9
2.5
-1
37.7
52.6
1.9
110
53
7.0
4.3
38
49
Swaziland
1.3
30
14
1.6
-1
1.5
1.8
1.4
133
65
6.9
3.4
38
3
48
Guinea
11.6
38
12
2.7
-0
16.9
23.9
2.1
190
67
6.2
5.1
42
37
AMERICAS
972
16
7
0.9
0
1,106
1,217
1.3
68
15
4.0
2.1
24
10
65
Guinea-Bissau
1.7
38
13
2.5
-1
2.5
3.5
2.0
144
94
6.1
5.0
41
3
44
NORTHERN
AMERICA
353
12
8
0.4
3
396
444
1.3
21
5
2.3
1.8
19
14
71
Liberia
4.4
35
9
2.6
-1
6.4
9.4
2.1
186
54
6.7
4.7
43
3
39
Canada
35.5
11
7
0.4
8
41.5
48.4
1.4
19
4.8
2.2
1.6
16
15
72
Mali
15.9
42
13
2.9
-2
26.3
45.6
2.9
184
58
6.9
6.1
48
3
32
United
States
317.7
13
8
0.4
3
354.4
395.3
1.2
20
5.4
2.5
1.9
19
14
71
Mauritania
4.0
34
9
2.6
-1
5.6
7.9
2.0
110
72
6.8
4.1
40
3
49
LATIN
618
18
6
1.2
-1
710
773
1.3
86
18
5.3
2.2
27
7
60
NigerAMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN
18.2
50
11
3.9
-0
33.8
68.0
3.7
154
54
7.4
7.6
50
3
36
CENTRAL
165
21
6
1.5
-2
195
222
1.3
81
16
6.6
2.4
30
6
60
Nigeria AMERICA
177.5
39
13
2.5
-0
261.7
396.5
2.2
153
69
6.5
5.6
44
3
41
Belize
0.4
23
4
1.9
6
0.5
0.6
1.7
64
14
6.3
2.6
36
4
66
Senegal
13.9
40
8
3.2
-1
21.8
35.1
2.5
111
43
7.3
5.3
44
3
39
Costa Leone
Rica
4.8
15
4
1.1
2
5.6
6.1
1.3
61
8.7
4.9
1.8
24
7
67
Sierra
6.3
38
17
2.1
-1
8.2
10.5
1.7
197
92
6.7
4.9
42
3
35
El Salvador
6.4
20
7
1.4
-7
6.9
6.9
1.1
104
17
6.2
2.2
30
7
57
Togo
37
11
2.6
-0
10.0
14.5
2.1
120
66
7.1
4.7
42
3
47
7.0
Guatemala
15.9
31
5
2.6
-1
22.6
31.3
2.0
109
23
6.2
3.8
40
5
52
EASTERN
AFRICA
378
36
9
2.7
0
561
851
2.3
134
57
7.1
4.9
44
3
45
Honduras
8.2
24
5
2.0
-1
10.2
11.7
1.4
112
24
2.8
35
4
53
Burundi
10.5
45
13
3.2
-0
16.4
26.7
2.5
139
87
7.3
6.1
45
2
44
Mexico
119.7
19
6
1.4
-2
137.5
150.8
1.3
75
13
6.7
2.2
28
6
61
Comoros
0.7
34
9
2.5
-3
1.0
1.3
1.8
134
36
7.1
4.3
42
3
48
Nicaragua
6.2
23
5
-6
7.5
8.4
105
17
6.9
2.5
33
5
54
Djibouti
0.9
28
9
1.9
-4
1.1
1.2
1.4
112
55
6.8
3.4
34
4
49
Panama
3.9
20
5
1.5
2
4.8
5.6
1.4
53
14
5.2
2.5
28
7
66
Eritrea
6.5
33
7
2.6
9.8
14.3
2.2
151
42
6.7
4.7
43
2
41
CARIBBEAN
43
18
1.1
-4
47
49
1.1
77
33
4.7
2.3
26
9
62
Ethiopia
95.9
28
8
2.1
-0
130.5
165.1
1.7
144
50
7.0
4.1
43
3
43
Antigua and Barbuda
0.1
14
5
0.8
5
0.1
0.1
1.4
45
16
3.7
1.8
24
7
66
Kenya
43.2
34
9
2.6
-0
60.0
81.3
1.9
98
47
8.1
4.3
42
3
52
Bahamas
0.4
16
5
1.1
2
0.4
0.5
1.3
36
17
3.5
2.0
26
6
66
Madagascar
22.4
34
7
2.7
-0
34.3
52.8
2.4
139
42
7.3
4.4
42
3
45
Barbados
0.3
12
8
0.4
1
0.3
0.3
1.1
46
10
3.1
1.8
20
13
65
Malawi
16.8
40
12
2.9
0
26.0
41.2
2.4
175
66
7.3
5.5
45
3
41
Cuba
11.2
11
8
0.3
-4
10.7
9.3
0.8
45
4.6
4.0
1.7
17
13
70
Mauritius
1.3
-0
1.3
1.2
1.0
66
12.1
3.8
1.4
21
8
63
Curacao
13
8
0.5
4
0.2
0.2
1.2
31
9.8
3.3
2.2
19
15
69
Mayotte
0.2
31
3
2.8
-5
0.3
0.5
2.1
53
4
7.9
4.1
45
2
62
Dominica
0.1
13
8
0.5
-6
0.1
0.1
0.9

21

2.0
22
10

Mozambique
25.1
43
13
2.9
0
38.4
63.5
2.5
165
85
6.6
5.7
45
3
39
Dominican
10.4
21
6
1.5
-3
12.0
13.2
1.3
102
25
6.2
2.5
31
6
58
Reunion Republic
0.9
17
5
1.2
-5
1.0
1.2
1.4
53
7
4.8
2.4
24
9
63
Grenada
16
7
0.8
-2
0.1
0.1
0.9
49
9
4.6
2.0
27
7
64
0.1
Rwanda
11.1
31
8
2.3
-1
15.8
21.0
1.9
136
49
8.2
4.0
41
3
44
Guadeloupe
0.4
13
7
0.6
-7
0.4
0.4
1.0
37
8.1
4.9
2.2
21
15
65
Seychelles
0.1
19
1.1
2
0.1
0.1
1.1
54
11.4
5.8
2.4
22
8
66
2014 Population Reference Bureau
See notes on page 18
2014 WORLD POPULATION DATA SHEET 8
Haiti
28
9
1.9
13.5
16.8
1.6
141
59
5.8
3.4
35
4
47
Somalia
10.8
44
12
3.2
-3
16.9
27.1
2.5
154
80
7.2
6.6
48
3
41
Jamaica
2.7
18
7
1.1
-5
2.9
2.7
1.0
48
21
5.5
2.3
27
8
68
South
Sudan
11.7
36
12
2.4
16
17.3
39.3
3.3
187
78
6.9
7.0
42
3
36

P O P U

in 2050.
contraception.
to 2.8.
Panama
3.9
20
5 per woman
1.5
2
4.8
5.6
1.4
53
14
5.2
2.5
28
7
66
CARIBBEAN
43
18
8
1.1
-4
47
49
1.1
77
33
4.7
2.3
26
9
62
Antigua and Barbuda
0.1
14
5
0.8
5
0.1
0.1
1.4
45
16
3.7
1.8
24
7
66
Bahamas
0.4
16
5
1.1
2
0.4
0.5
1.3
36
17
3.5
2.0
26
6
66
Barbados
0.3
12
8
0.4 ENVIRONMENT
1 POPULATION,
0.3 AND HEALTH,
0.3
1.1 AND
46
10
1.8OF ESTIMATES
65
POPULATION,
HEALTH,
AND
DATA
ESTIMATES
FOR THE
COUNTRIES
AND3.1
REGIONS
THE20WORLD 13FOR THE
ENVIRONMENT
DATA
AND
Cuba
11.2
11
8
0.3
-4
10.7
9.3
0.8
45
4.6
4.0
1.7
17
13
70
Net
2050
Curacao
0.2
13
8
0.5
4
0.2
0.2
1.2
31
9.8
3.3
2.2
19
15
69
Total
Projected
Infant
Rate of
Migration
Population
a
Dominica
0.1
13
8
0.5
-6
0.1 (millions)
0.1
0.9

21

22 of Population
10

Fertility Rateb2.0
Percent
Population
Mortality Rate
Population
Births
Deaths
Natural
Rate
as a
Dominican Republic
10.4
6
1.5
12.0
13.2
1.3 of
102
25
6.2
2.5
31
6
mid-2014
per21
1,000
per 1,000
Increase
per -3
1,000
Multiple
Both58
Sex
Grenada
16
7
0.8
-2
0.1
0.1
0.9
49
9
4.6
2.0
27<15
64
0.1
(millions)
Population
Population
(%)
Population
mid-2030
mid-2050
2014
1970
2013*
1970
2013*
Ages
Ages765+
1970
WORLD
Guadeloupe
0.4
13
7
0.6
-7
0.4
0.4
1.0
37
8.1
4.9
2.2
21
15
65
7,238
20
8
1.2

8,444
9,683
1.3
89
38
4.7
2.5
26
8
58
Haiti DEVELOPED
10.8
28
9
1.9
-3
13.5
16.8
1.6
141
59
5.8
3.4
35
4
47
MORE
1,249
11
10
0.1
2
1,292
1,309
1.0
24
5
2.3
1.6
16
17
71
Jamaica
2.7
18
1.1
-5
2.9
2.7
1.0
48
21
5.5
2.3
27
8
68
LESS
DEVELOPED
5,989
22
7
1.4
0
7,152
8,375
1.4
100
42
5.7
2.6
29
6
55
Martinique
0.4
12
0.4
-10
0.4
0.4
1.1
40
8
4.6
1.9
19
17
66
LESS
DEVELOPED (EXCL. CHINA)
4,625
24
7
1.7
-1
5,752
7,063
1.5
119
46
5.8
3.0
32
5
51
PuertoDEVELOPED
Rico
3.6
11
8
0.3
-13
3.4
3.0
0.8
29
8.1
3.2
1.6
19
16
72
LEAST
916
33
9
2.4
-1
1,290
1,855
2.0
150
64
5.7
4.3
40
4
44
St. Kitts-Nevis
0.1
13
7
0.6
7
0.1
0.1
1.2

17

1.6
22
8

AFRICA
1,136
36
10
2.5
0
1,637
2,428
2.1
139
62
6.7
4.7
41
4
45
St. Lucia
0.2
13
8
0.6
0.2
0.2
1.0
50
20
6.1
1.5
23
9
63
SUB-SAHARAN
AFRICA
920
37
11
2.6
0
1,360
2,081
2.3
138
67
6.7
5.1
43
3
44
St. Vincent and
the Grenadines
0.1
17
8
0.9
-9
0.1
0.1
1.0
64
20
6.0
2.2
25
7
65
NORTHERN
AFRICA
217
28
7
2.2
-2
277
347
1.6
140
33
6.5
3.4
32
5
52
Trinidad and Tobago
1.3
13
10
0.3
-3
1.2
1.0
0.7
46
24
3.6
1.6
20
9
65
Algeria
39.1
25
6
1.9
-1
49.9
60.3
1.5
128
26
7.6
2.9
28
6
50
SOUTH
410
17
1.1
-0
467
503
1.2
89
18
4.9
2.1
26
8
60
Egypt AMERICA
87.9
32
6
2.6
-1
113.2
146.0
1.7
169
29
5.9
3.5
32
6
52
Argentina
42.7
19
7
1.1
-0
50.2
59.4
1.4
53
11.7
3.1
2.3
25
10
66
Libya
6.3
21
4
1.7
-7
7.5
8.4
1.3
104
14
7.9
2.4
29
5
56
Percentag
population
Morocco
33.3
22
6
1.5
-3
38.2
41.4
1.2
118
29
6.7
2.6
28
5
53
Bolivia
10.3
26
7
1.9
0
13.0
15.8
1.5
156
39
6.6
3.2
35
46
Sudan
38.8
34
8
2.5
-4
55.1
77.1
2.0
97
55
6.9
5.2
41
3
52
Brazil
202.8
15
6
0.9
0
223.1
226.3
1.1
96
20
5.0
1.8
24
7
59
Tunisia
19
6
1.3
-3
12.4
13.1
1.2
158
16
6.4
2.2
24
7
51
11.0
Chile
17.7
14
0.9
0
19.6
20.2
1.1
79
7.7
4.0
1.9
22
10
62
Western
0.6
21
6
1.5
17
0.8
0.8
1.4
168
37
6.6
2.4
27
3
42
ColombiaSaharae
19
1.3
-2
55.7
61.3
1.3
78
18
5.6
2.3
28
7
61
47.7
WESTERN
339
39
12
2.7
-1
507
784
2.3
152
66
6.7
5.4
44
3
41
Ecuador AFRICA
16.0
23
5
1.8
-0
19.8
23.4
1.5
101
17
6.1
2.8
31
7
58
Benin
10.3
37
10
2.7
-0
15.0
21.5
2.1
155
69
6.8
4.9
43
3
42
French Guiana
0.3
27
3
2.4
2
0.4
0.6
2.4
47
10
4.7
3.5
34
5
65
Burkina
17.9
43
11
3.1
-2 POPULATION,
28.4
46.6
2.6
70
6.6
5.9
46
2
39
Guyana Faso
0.7
20
7
1.3
-15
0.8
0.8
1.0 AND 163
60
29
5.1
2.5
36
3FOR THE
59
HEALTH,
ENVIRONMENT
DATA AND
ESTIMATES
Cape
Verde
0.5
22
5
1.7
-7
0.6
0.7
1.5
109
24
6.9
2.6
30
5
52
Paraguay
6.9
23
6
-1
8.6
10.1
56
29
5.7
2.8
33
65
Net
2050
Cte
20.8
37
14
2.3
1
29.2
2.0
156
7.9
41
3
44
Peru d'Ivoire
30.8
20
5
1.5
-3
35.9
40.1
1.3
118 Infant 75
16
6.3 Total 4.9
2.4
29
6
53
Projected 42.3
Rate of
Migration
Population
a
b
Gambia
1.9
41
10
3.1
-2
3.1
4.9
2.5
120
55
6.1
5.6
46
2
38
Suriname
0.6
20
7
1.3
0.7
0.7
1.3
46
20
5.7
2.6
28
6
63
Fertility Rate
Percent of Population
Population (millions)
Mortality Rate
Population
Births
Deaths
Natural
Rate
as a
Ghana
27.0
34
2.5
-1
37.7
52.6
1.9 of
110
53
7.0
4.3
38
5
49
Uruguay
3.4
9
0.5
3.6
3.6
1.1
47
9.3
2.9
2.0
22
14
mid-2014
per14
1,000
per 1,000
Increase
per -2
1,000
Multiple
Both69
Sex
(millions)
Population
Population
(%)
Population
mid-2030
mid-2050
2014
1970
2013*
1970
2013*
Ages
Ages6
1970
Guinea
11.6
38
12
2.7
-0
16.9
23.9
2.1
190
67
6.2
5.1
42<15
365+
37
Venezuela
30.2
20
5
1.5
0
36.1
40.5
1.3
54
14.4
5.4
2.4
29
65
ASIA
4,351
18
7
-0
4,907
5,252
1.2
91
34
5.4
2.2
25
7
57
Guinea-Bissau
1.7
38Rate
2.5
-1 Rate
2.5
3.5
2.0
144
94
6.1
5.0
41
3
44197
Population
Birth
Death13
Rate
Natural1.1
Increase Migration
mid-2030
mid-2050
Population
1970
2013*
1970
2013*
<15
65+
Both,
(millions)
(%)
Change
ASIA
(Excl. China)
2,987
21
7
1.4
-0
3,507
3,941
1.3
114
5.9
29
53
Liberia
4.4
35
9
2.6
-1
6.4 (millions)
9.4
2.1
186 Infant Mortality40
54
6.7
4.7
43% of Population 6
3
39
Population
Total Fertility Rate2.5
WESTERN
ASIA
255
22
5
1.7
2
322
387
1.5
122
25
5.8
2.9
30
5
56
Mali
15.9
42
13
2.9
-2
26.3
45.6
2.9
184
58
6.9
6.1
48
3
32
Armenia
3.0
14
9
0.5
-8
3.0
2.8
0.9
66
10
3.2
1.6
19
11
70
Mauritania
4.0
34
2.6
-1
5.6
7.9
2.0
110
72
6.8
4.1
40
3
49
Azerbaijan
9.5
18
6
1.3
0
11.1
12.1
1.3
103
11
4.6
2.2
22
6
65
Niger
18.2
50
11
3.9
-0
33.8
68.0
3.7
154
54
7.4
7.6
50
3
36
Bahrain
1.3
15
2
1.3
20
1.6
1.8
1.4
58
8
2.1
21
2
63
Nigeria
177.5
39
13
2.5
-0
261.7
396.5
2.2
153
69
6.5
5.6
44
3
41
Cyprus
1.2
13
7
0.6
-2
1.3
1.4
1.2
26
6
2.5
1.5
17
12
73
Senegal
13.9
40
8
3.2
-1
21.8
35.1
2.5
111
43
7.3
5.3
44
3
39
NOTES
Georgia
4.8
13
11
0.2
4.8
4.6
1.0
55
11
2.6
1.7
17
14
67
Sierra
Leone
6.3
38
17
2.1
-1
8.2
10.5
1.7
197
92
6.7
4.9
42
3
35
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data-0
inapplicable.
b7.1
of children
born to3a woman during
Iraq
35.1
31
5
2.6
1unavailable or
53.8
80.5
2.3
80
29
7.4 Average number
4.1
40
58
Togo
37
11
10.0
14.5
2.1
120
66
4.7
42
47
7.0
Israel
8.2
21
5
1.6
3or most recent
10.5
13.9data are2.3
1.7
23
3.0
3.8 Data prior4.9
3.0
28
10
72
EASTERN
AFRICA
378
36
9
2.7
561
851
57
3
45
* Denotes
2013 0
year for which
available. 134
c7.1
to 2008 are44
shown in italics.
Jordan
7.6
28
4
2.4 deaths -0
-8
9.9 Rates 26.7
13.1
1.7
71 national87
17
7.9 Data prior6.1
3.5
34
4
60
Burundi
10.5
45
13
3.2
139
2
44
a Infant
per 1,000 live 16.4
births.
shown with2.5
decimals indicate
statistics
d7.3
to 2013 are45
shown in italics.
Kuwait
3.7
18
2
1.7
35
5.1 while those
6.6 without
47 from the sources
8
7.2 The status4.3
2.4
23
2
66
Comoros
0.7
34
9
2.5
-3
1.0
1.3
1.8 are estimates
134
36
3
48
reported
as completely
registered,
e7.1
of Western 42
Sahara is disputed
by Morocc
cited
Rates shown
are based1.1
upon fewer112
than
Lebanon
5.0
13
4
0.9
20
5.2
44 50 annual
9infant
5.0
1.5
20
9
66
Djibouti
0.9
28
9
1.9 on the reverse.
-4
1.1 in italics5.3
1.2
1.4
55
6.8
3.4
34
4
49
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4.1
20
1.8
39
5.4
6.3
1.6
120
9
7.3
2.8
22
3
50
Eritrea
6.5 DC 20009
33
2.6 and, as
2a result, are subject
9.8 to considerable
14.3
2.2 variability.
151
42
6.7
4.7
43
2
41
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2.7
-1
6.6
9.1
2.1
99
20
7.9
4.1
40
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56
4.4
Ethiopia
28
8
2.1
-0
130.5
165.1
1.7
144
50
7.0
43
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2.3
11
1
1.0
2
2.8
3.0
1.3
43
7
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14
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43.2
34
9
2.6
-0
60.0
81.3
1.9
98
47
8.1
4.3
42
3
52
Saudi
Arabia
30.8
22
4
1.8
2
37.4
42.4
1.4
122
16
7.3
2.9
30
3
53
Madagascar
22.4
34
7
2.7
-0
34.3
52.8
2.4
139
42
4.4
42
45
Syria
22.0
24
4
2.1
-11
29.9
36.7
1.7
81
17
7.6
3.0
35
4
59
Malawi
16.8
40
12
2.9
0
26.0
41.2
2.4
175
66
7.3
5.5
45
3
41
Turkey
77.2
16
5
1.1
0
88.3
93.3
1.2
145
10
5.7
2.1
25
8
52
Mauritius
1.3
11
8
0.3
-0
1.3
1.2
1.0
66
12.1
3.8
1.4
21
63
United
9.4
15
1
1.4
22
12.3
15.5
1.6
67
6
6.6
1.8
16
0
MayotteArab Emirates
0.2
31
3
2.8
-5
0.3
0.5
2.1
53
4
7.9
4.1
45
2
62
Yemen
26.0
36
8
2.8
-1
33.6
38.8
1.5
196
68
7.5
4.4
42
41
Mozambique
25.1
43
13
2.9
0
38.4
63.5
2.5
165
85
6.6
5.7
45
3
39
SOUTH
CENTRAL ASIA
1,874
22
7
1.6
-1
2,220
2,516
1.3
133
47
5.7
2.5
31
5
49
Reunion
0.9
17
5
1.2
-5
1.0
1.2
1.4
53
7
4.8
2.4
24
9
63
CENTRAL
67
24
6
1.8
81
93
1.4
95
41
5.1
2.7
29
5
62
Rwanda ASIA
11.1
31
8
2.3
-1
15.8
21.0
1.9
136
49
8.2
4.0
41
3
44
Kazakhstan
17.3
23
8
1.5
-0
20.3
24.5
1.4
81
28
3.5
2.7
25
7
63
Seychelles
0.1
19
7
1.1
2
0.1
0.1
1.1
54
11.4
5.8
2.4
22
8
66
2014 Population Reference Bureau
See notes on page 18
2014 WORLD POPULATION DATA SHEET 9
Kyrgyzstan
5.8
28
7
2.1
-1
7.5
9.4
1.6
105
27
4.9
3.2
31
4
61
Somalia
10.8
44
12
3.2
-3
16.9
27.1
2.5
154
80
7.2
6.6
48
3
41
Tajikistan
8.3
34
7
2.7
-5
11.2
14.8
1.8
129
57
3.8
36
60
South
Sudan
11.7
36
12
2.4
16
17.3
39.3
3.3
187
78
6.9
7.0
42
3
36

ULATION Data Sheet

C E

B U R E A U

40

in 2050.
Kuwait
Lebanon
Oman
Palestinian Territory
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
Syria
Turkey
United Arab Emirates
Yemen
SOUTH CENTRAL ASIA
WORLD
CENTRAL
ASIA
MORE DEVELOPED
Kazakhstan
LESS
DEVELOPED
Kyrgyzstan
LESS
DEVELOPED (EXCL. CHINA)
Tajikistan
LEAST
DEVELOPED
Turkmenistan
AFRICA
Uzbekistan
SUB-SAHARAN
AFRICA
SOUTH
ASIAAFRICA
NORTHERN
Afghanistan
Algeria
Bangladesh
Egypt
Bhutan
Libya
India
Morocco
Iran
Sudan
Maldives
Tunisia
Nepal Saharae
Western
Pakistan AFRICA
WESTERN
Sri Lanka
Benin
SOUTHEAST
Burkina FasoASIA
BruneiVerde
Cape
Cambodia
Cte
d'Ivoire
Indonesia
Gambia
Laos
Ghana
Malaysia
Guinea
Myanmar
Guinea-Bissau
Philippines
Liberia
Singapore
Mali
Thailand
Mauritania
Timor-Leste
Niger
Vietnam
Nigeria
EAST
ASIA
Senegal
China Leone
Sierra
China, Hong Kong SAR f
Togo
China, Macao
SAR f
EASTERN
AFRICA
Japan
Burundi
Korea,
North
Comoros
Korea,
DjiboutiSouth
Mongolia
Eritrea
Taiwan
Ethiopia
EUROPE
Kenya
EUROPEAN
Madagascar UNION
NORTHERN
EUROPE
Malawi
Channel
MauritiusIslands
Denmark
Mayotte
Estonia
Mozambique
Finland
Reunion
Iceland
Rwanda
Ireland
Seychelles
2014 Population Reference Bureau
Latvia
Somalia
Lithuania
South
Sudan

P O P U

contraception.
to 2.8.
3.7
18
2 per woman
1.7
35
5.1
6.6
1.8
47
8
7.2
2.4
23
2
66
5.0
13
4
0.9
20
5.2
5.3
1.1
44
9
5.0
1.5
20
9
66
4.1
20
2
1.8
39
5.4
6.3
1.6
120
9
7.3
2.8
22
3
50
31
4
2.7
-1
6.6
9.1
2.1
99
20
7.9
4.1
40
3
56
4.4
2.3
11
1
1.0 ENVIRONMENT
2 POPULATION,
2.8 AND HEALTH,
3.0
1.3 AND
43
7
2.1OF ESTIMATES
68
POPULATION,
HEALTH,
AND
DATA
ESTIMATES
FOR THE
COUNTRIES
AND6.9
REGIONS
THE14WORLD 1FOR THE
ENVIRONMENT
DATA
AND
30.8
22
4
1.8
2
37.4
42.4
1.4
122
16
7.3
2.9
30
3
53
Net
2050
22.0
24
4
2.1
-11
29.9
36.7
1.7
81
17
7.6
3.0
35
4
59
Total
Projected
Infant
Rate of
Migration
Population
77.2
16
5
1.1
0
88.3 (millions)
93.3
1.2
145
10
5.7
25 of Population
8
52
a
Fertility Rateb2.1
Percent
Population
Mortality Rate
Population
Births
Deaths
Natural
Rate
as a
9.4
1
1.4
12.3
15.5
1.6 of
67
6
6.6
1.8
16
0
mid-2014
per15
1,000
per 1,000
Increase
per22
1,000
Multiple
Both62
Sex
26.0
36
8
2.8
-1
33.6
38.8
1.5
196
68
7.5
4.4
42<15
41
(millions)
Population
Population
(%)
Population
mid-2030
mid-2050
2014
1970
2013*
1970
2013*
Ages
Ages365+
1970
1,874
22
7
1.6
-1
2,220
2,516
133
47
5.7
31
5
49
7,238
20
8
1.2

8,444
9,683
1.3
89
38
4.7
2.5
26
8
58
67
24
6
1.8
-1
81
93
1.4
95
41
5.1
2.7
29
5
62
1,249
11
10
0.1
2
1,292
1,309
1.0
24
5
2.3
1.6
16
17
71
17.3
23
8
1.5
-0
20.3
24.5
81
28
3.5
2.7
25
7
63
5,989
22
7
1.4
0
7,152
8,375
1.4
100
42
5.7
2.6
29
6
55
5.8
28
2.1
7.5
9.4
1.6
105
27
4.9
3.2
31
4
61
4,625
24
7
1.7
-1
5,752
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1.5
119
46
5.8
3.0
32
5
51
8.3
34
7
2.7
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11.2
14.8
1.8
129
57
6.9
3.8
36
3
60
916
33
9
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-1
1,290
1,855
2.0
150
64
5.7
4.3
40
4
44
5.3
22
8
1.4
-1
6.2
6.6
1.2
116
47
6.3
2.4
28
58
1,136
36
10
2.5
0
1,637
2,428
2.1
139
62
6.7
4.7
41
4
45
30.7
22
5
1.8
-1
35.8
38.1
1.2
89
44
6.5
2.4
28
4
63
920
37
11
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0
1,360
2,081
2.3
138
67
6.7
5.1
43
3
44
1,806
22
7
1.5
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2,139
2,422
1.3
134
47
5.8
2.5
31
5
49
217
28
2.2
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277
347
1.6
140
33
6.5
3.4
32
52
31.3
35
8
2.7
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43.5
56.5
1.8
208
74
7.7
5.1
46
2
37
39.1
25
6
1.9
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49.9
60.3
1.5
128
26
7.6
2.9
28
6
50
158.5
20
6
1.5
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185.1
201.9
1.3
165
33
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2.2
29
5
48
87.9
32
2.6
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113.2
146.0
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169
29
5.9
3.5
32
6
52
0.7
22
6
1.5
0
0.9
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1.5
174
47
6.7
2.5
30
5
37
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21
4
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7.5
8.4
1.3
104
14
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29
56
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7
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44
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31
5
49
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6
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41.4
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118
29
6.7
2.6
28
53
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19
5
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139
16
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1.8
24
5
51
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34
8
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97
55
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41
3
52
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23
3
1.9
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0.5
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1.4
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9
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2.3
26
5
44
19
6
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12.4
13.1
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16
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2.2
24
7
51
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22
7
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31.7
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1.3
166
46
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34
5
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21
6
1.5
17
0.8
0.8
1.4
168
37
6.6
2.4
27
3
42
28
8
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74
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38
4
53
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39
12
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152
66
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5.4
44
3
41
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18
6
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22.5
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9
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2.1
26
8
64
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37
10
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21.5
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69
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43
3
42
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19
7
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28
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2.4
27
6
55
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43
11
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28.4
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2.6
163
70
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5.9
46
2
39
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16
3
1.3
1
0.5
0.5
1.3
34
4
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1.6
25
67
0.5
22
5
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0.6
0.7
1.5
109
24
6.9
2.6
30
5
52
14.8
24
6
1.8
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18.4
21.7
1.5
123
45
6.5
2.8
31
6
42
20.8
37
14
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1
29.2
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156
75
7.9
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41
3
44
251.5
20
6
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306.7
365.3
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109
32
5.5
2.6
29
5
52
1.9
41
10
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3.1
4.9
2.5
120
55
6.1
5.6
46
2
38
6.8
26
6
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8.3
9.1
1.3
143
68
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3.2
35
4
46
27.0
34
9
2.5
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37.7
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110
53
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38
5
49
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17
5
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3
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42
7
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26
6
64
11.6
38
12
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16.9
23.9
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190
67
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42
3
37
17
9
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58.7
58.6
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116
49
6.0
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25
5
51
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38
13
2.5
2.5
3.5
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144
94
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41
3
44
100.1
24
6
1.8
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1.6
63
23
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34
4
61
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9
2.6
6.4
9.4
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186
54
6.7
4.7
43
3
39
5.5
9
5
0.5
12
6.5
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1.3
22
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3.2
1.2
16
11
68
15.9
42
13
2.9
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26.3
45.6
2.9
184
58
6.9
6.1
48
3
32
66.4
12
8
0.4
0
66.8
61.0
0.9
69
11
5.6
1.8
18
10
60
4.0
34
9
2.6
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5.6
7.9
2.0
110
72
6.8
4.1
40
3
49
1.2
37
10
2.7
0
1.8
2.9
2.4
186
63
5.9
5.7
42
5
40
18.2
50
11
3.9
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33.8
68.0
3.7
154
54
7.4
7.6
50
3
36
90.7
17
7
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102.0
106.3
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55
15
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24
7
60
177.5
39
13
2.5
261.7
396.5
2.2
153
69
6.5
5.6
44
3
41
1,601
12
7
0.4
0
1,631
1,519
0.9
49
14
4.9
1.5
16
11
64
13.9
40
8
3.2
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21.8
35.1
2.5
111
43
7.3
5.3
44
3
39
1,364.1
12
7
0.5
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1,400.1
1,311.8
1.0
51
15
5.5
1.6
16
10
63
6.3
38
17
2.1
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8.2
10.5
1.7
197
92
6.7
4.9
42
3
35
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8
6
0.2
4
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8.6
1.2
21
1.6
3.3
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11
15
72
37
11
2.6
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10.0
14.5
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120
66
7.1
4.7
42
3
47
7.0
0.6
11
3
0.8
35
0.7
0.8
1.3
31
3
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1.2
11
8
69
378
36
9
2.7
0
561
851
2.3
134
57
7.1
4.9
44
3
45
127.1
8
10
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1
116.6
97.1
0.8
14
1.9
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1.4
13
26
72
10.5
45
13
3.2
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16.4
26.7
2.5
139
87
7.3
6.1
45
2
44
24.9
15
9
0.5
-0
26.7
27.0
1.1
51
26
4.3
2.0
22
9
60
0.7
34
2.5
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1.0
1.3
1.8
134
36
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4.3
42
3
48
50.4
9
5
0.3
0
52.2
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1.0
50
2.9
4.5
1.2
15
12
61
0.9
28
9
1.9
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1.1
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1.4
112
55
6.8
3.4
34
4
49
2.9
28
6
2.3
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3.5
4.3
1.5
112
26
7.6
2.9
28
4
55
6.5
33
7
2.6
2
9.8
14.3
2.2
151
42
6.7
4.7
43
2
41
8
7
0.1
1
23.5
21.0
0.9
27
3.7
3.9
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14
12
68
23.4
95.9
28
8
2.1
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130.5
165.1
1.7
144
50
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4.1
43
3
43
741
11
11
0.0
2
746
726
1.0
27
6
2.3
1.6
16
17
70
43.2
34
9
2.6
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60.0
81.3
1.9
98
47
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4.3
42
3
52
507
10
10
0.0
1
517
514
1.0
25
4
2.4
1.5
16
18
71
22.4
34
7
2.7
-0
34.3
52.8
2.4
139
42
7.3
4.4
42
3
45
102
12
9
0.3
2
111
119
1.2
17
3
2.3
1.8
18
17
72
16.8
40
12
2.9
0
26.0
41.2
2.4
175
66
7.3
5.5
45
3
41
0.2
11
8
0.3
0
0.2
0.2
1.1
24
2.9
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15
16
72
1.3
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1.3
1.2
1.0
66
12.1
3.8
1.4
21
8
63
5.6
10
9
0.1
5
5.9
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1.1
14
3.0
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1.7
17
18
73
0.2
31
3
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0.3
0.5
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53
4
7.9
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45
2
62
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11
12
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0.9
22
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1.5
16
18
70
25.1
43
13
2.9
0
38.4
63.5
2.5
165
85
6.6
5.7
45
3
39
5.5
11
9
0.1
3
5.8
6.1
1.1
13
1.8
1.8
1.8
16
19
70
0.9
17
5
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1.4
53
7
4.8
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24
9
63
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13
7
0.7
5
0.4
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13
1.8
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13
74
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31
8
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49
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4.0
41
3
44
4.6
15
7
0.9
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5.2
5.7
1.2
20
3.3
3.9
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22
12
71
0.1
19
1.1
2
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0.1
1.1
54
11.4
5.8
2.4
8
66
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2014 WORLD POPULATION DATA SHEET 10
2.0
10
14
-0.4
-12
1.6
1.4
0.7
20
3.6
2.0
1.5
14
19
70
10.8
44
12
3.2
-3
16.9
27.1
2.5
154
80
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6.6
48
3
41
2.9
10
14
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-6
2.7
2.5
0.9
23
3.6
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1.6
15
18
71
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36
12
2.4
16
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39.3
3.3
187
78
6.9
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42
3
36

in 2050.
Mongolia
Taiwan
EUROPE
EUROPEAN UNION
NORTHERN EUROPE
Channel Islands
Denmark
Estonia
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Iceland
Ireland
WORLD
Latvia DEVELOPED
MORE
Lithuania
LESS
DEVELOPED
Norway
LESS
DEVELOPED (EXCL. CHINA)
Sweden
LEAST
DEVELOPED
United Kingdom
AFRICA
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SUB-SAHARAN
AFRICA
Austria
NORTHERN
AFRICA
Belgium
Algeria
France
Egypt
Germany
Libya
Liechtenstein
Morocco
Luxembourg
Sudan
Monaco
Tunisia
Netherlands
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Saharae
Switzerland
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Benin EUROPE
Belarus Faso
Burkina
Bulgaria
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Czech
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Moldova
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Federated States of Micronesia
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28
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28
4
55
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7
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1
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27
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14
12
68
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2
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15
16
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5.6
10
9
0.1
5
5.9
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14 Infant 3.0
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17
18
73
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Migration
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a
b
1.3
11
12
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1.2
0.9
22
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16
18
70
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3
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13
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1970
4.6
15
7
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20
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22
12
71
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8
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38
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26
8
58
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14
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20
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19
70
1,249
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10
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2
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5
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16
17
71
2.9
10
14
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23
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1.6
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18
71
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22
7
1.4
0
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100
42
5.7
2.6
29
6
55
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12
8
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8
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11
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1.8
18
16
74
4,625
24
7
1.7
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1.5
119
46
5.8
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32
5
51
9.7
12
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2
10.8
11.4
1.2
11
2.3
1.9
1.9
17
19
74
916
33
9
2.4
-1
1,290
1,855
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150
64
5.7
4.3
40
4
44
64.5
12
9
0.3
3
71.1
77.0
1.2
13
3.9
2.4
1.9
18
17
72
1,136
36
10
2.5
0
1,637
2,428
2.1
139
62
6.7
4.7
41
4
45
190
10
10
0.0
3
196
198
1.0
20
3
2.2
1.7
16
19
71
920
37
11
2.6
0
1,360
2,081
2.3
138
67
6.7
5.1
43
3
44
8.5
9
9
0.0
6
9.0
9.4
1.1
26
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2.3
1.4
14
18
70
217
28
7
2.2
-2
277
347
1.6
140
33
6.5
3.4
32
5
52
11.2
11
10
0.2
4
11.9
12.6
1.1
21
3.8
2.3
1.8
17
18
71
39.1
25
6
1.9
-1
49.9
60.3
1.5
128
26
7.6
2.9
28
6
50
12
9
0.3
1
68.3
72.1
1.1
18
3.6
2.5
2.0
18
18
72
64.1
87.9
32
6
2.6
-1
113.2
146.0
1.7
169
29
5.9
3.5
32
6
52
80.9
8
11
-0.2
5
80.0
76.2
0.9
22
3.3
2.1
1.4
13
21
71
6.3
21
4
1.7
-7
7.5
8.4
1.3
104
14
7.9
2.4
29
5
56
0.04
10
6
0.4
4
0.04
0.04
1.2

3.3

1.5
16
15

33.3
22
1.5
-3
38.2
41.4
118
29
6.7
2.6
28
5
53
0.6
11
7
0.4
19
0.7
0.7
1.3
25
3.5
2.0
1.6
17
14
70
38.8
34
8
2.5
-4
55.1
77.1
2.0
97
55
6.9
5.2
41
3
52
0.04
6
7
-0.1
23
0.04
0.05
1.4

1.4
13
24

19
6
1.3
-3
12.4
13.1
1.2
158
16
6.4
2.2
24
7
51
11.0
16.9
10
8
0.2
1
17.6
17.9
1.1
13
3.8
2.6
1.7
17
17
74
0.6
21
6
1.5
17
0.8
0.8
1.4
168
37
6.6
2.4
27
3
42
8.2
10
8
0.2
6
8.7
9.0
1.1
15
3.6
2.1
1.5
15
18
73
339
39
12
2.7
-1
507
784
2.3
152
66
6.7
5.4
44
3
41
294
12
13
-0.1
1
285
262
0.9
29
8
2.1
1.5
15
14
69
10.3
37
10
2.7
-0
15.0
21.5
2.1
155
69
6.8
4.9
43
3
42
9.5
13
13
-0.1
1
9.3
9.0
1.0
23
4.3
2.3
1.7
15
14
71
17.9
43
11
3.1
-2
28.4
46.6
2.6
163
70
6.6
5.9
46
2
39
7.2
9
14
-0.5
-0
6.5
5.7
0.8
27
7.3
2.2
1.5
14
20
71
0.5
22
5
1.7
-7
0.6
0.7
1.5
109
24
6.9
2.6
30
5
52
10.5
10
10
0.0
-0
10.8
11.1
1.1
20
2.5
1.9
1.5
15
17
70
20.8
37
14
2.3
1
29.2
42.3
2.0
156
75
7.9
4.9
41
3
44
9.9
9
13
-0.4
1
9.7
9.4
0.9
36
5.1
2.0
1.3
14
17
70
1.9
41
10
3.1
-2
3.1
4.9
2.5
120
55
6.1
5.6
46
2
38
4.1
11
11
0.0
-0
3.4
2.1
0.5
47
14
2.6
1.2
16
10
65
27.0
34
9
2.5
-1
37.7
52.6
1.9
110
53
7.0
4.3
38
5
49
38.5
10
10
-0.1
-0
37.5
34.8
0.9
37
4.6
2.3
1.2
15
14
70
11.6
38
12
2.7
16.9
23.9
2.1
190
67
6.2
5.1
42
3
37
20.0
10
12
-0.3
-0
18.7
16.5
0.8
49
8.5
2.9
1.3
16
16
68
1.7
38
13
2.5
-1
2.5
3.5
2.0
144
94
6.1
5.0
41
3
44
143.7
13
13
0.0
2
143.5
134.1
0.9
28
10.3
2.0
1.7
16
13
69
4.4
35
9
2.6
-1
6.4
9.4
2.1
186
54
6.7
4.7
43
3
39
5.4
10
10
0.1
0
5.4
5.0
0.9
26
5.5
2.4
1.3
15
14
70
15.9
42
13
2.9
-2
26.3
45.6
2.9
184
58
6.9
6.1
48
3
32
42.9
11
15
-0.4
1
40.1
33.8
0.7
22
7.0
2.1
1.5
15
15
71
4.0
34
9
2.6
-1
5.6
7.9
2.0
110
72
6.8
4.1
40
3
49
154
9
10
-0.1
-1
153
147
1.0
36
4
2.6
1.3
15
19
70
18.2
50
11
3.9
-0
33.8
68.0
3.7
154
54
7.4
7.6
50
3
36
3.0
12
7
0.5
-6
3.1
2.9
1.0
98
14.4
5.1
1.8
19
12
67
177.5
39
13
2.5
-0
261.7
396.5
2.2
153
69
6.5
5.6
44
3
41
0.1
8
3
0.5
-7
0.1
0.1
0.9

3.4

1.1
15
13

13.9
40
8
3.2
-1
21.8
35.1
2.5
111
43
7.3
5.3
44
3
39
3.8
8
9
-0.1
0
3.7
3.3
0.9
70
5
2.7
1.3
16
16
66
6.3
38
17
2.1
-1
8.2
10.5
1.7
197
92
6.7
4.9
42
3
35
4.2
10
13
-0.3
-1
4.0
3.6
0.8
34
3.6
1.8
1.6
15
19
68
37
11
2.6
-0
10.0
14.5
2.1
120
66
7.1
4.7
42
3
47
7.0
11.0
9
11
-0.1
-4
10.7
9.4
0.9
30
2.9
2.4
1.3
15
20
71
378
36
9
2.7
0
561
851
2.3
134
57
7.1
4.9
44
3
45
61.3
9
10
-0.1
3
63.4
63.5
1.0
29
3.2
2.4
1.4
14
21
71
10.5
45
13
3.2
-0
16.4
26.7
2.5
139
87
7.3
6.1
45
2
44
1.8
15
4
1.1
-2
2.0
1.9
1.0

11

2.0
28
7

0.7
34
9
2.5
-3
1.0
1.3
1.8
134
36
7.1
4.3
42
3
48
2.1
11
9
0.2
1
2.0
1.8
0.9
88
10
3.0
1.5
17
12
66
0.9
28
1.9
-4
1.1
1.2
1.4
112
55
6.8
3.4
34
4
49
0.4
10
8
0.2
7
0.4
0.4
0.9
28
5.7
2.0
1.4
15
16
71
6.5
33
7
2.6
2
9.8
14.3
2.2
151
42
6.7
4.7
43
2
41
0.6
12
10
0.3
-3
0.7
0.8
1.2
40
5.2
2.7
1.7
19
13
70
95.9
28
8
2.1
-0
130.5
165.1
1.7
144
50
7.0
4.1
43
3
43
10.4
8
10
-0.2
-4
9.9
9.1
0.9
58
3.0
3.0
1.2
15
19
67
43.2
34
9
2.6
-0
60.0
81.3
1.9
98
47
8.1
4.3
42
3
52
0.03
10
7
0.3
5
0.04
0.04
1.1

6.4
2.2
1.5
15
18

22.4
34
2.7
-0
34.3
52.8
2.4
139
42
7.3
4.4
42
3
45
7.1
9
14
-0.5
0
6.7
6.4
0.9
59
5.4
2.4
1.4
14
18
68
16.8
40
12
2.9
26.0
41.2
2.4
175
66
7.3
5.5
45
3
41
2.1
10
9
0.1
-0
2.1
2.1
1.0
25
2.9
2.2
1.5
15
17
69
1.3
11
8
0.3
1.3
1.2
66
12.1
3.8
1.4
21
8
63
46.5
9
8
0.1
-4
44.5
42.3
0.9
21
3.1
2.9
1.3
15
18
72
0.2
31
3
2.8
-5
0.3
0.5
2.1
53
4
7.9
4.1
45
2
62
39
18
7
1.1
6
48
60
1.6
43
21
3.4
2.4
24
11
66
25.1
43
13
2.9
0
38.4
63.5
2.5
165
85
6.6
5.7
45
3
39
23.5
13
6
0.7
10
28.6
36.4
1.5
18
3.3
2.9
1.9
19
14
71
0.9
17
5
1.2
-5
1.0
1.2
1.4
53
7
4.8
2.4
24
9
63
0.1
24
5
1.9
-19
0.1
0.1
0.9
63
29
6.9
3.5
34
4
62
11.1
31
8
2.3
-1
15.8
21.0
1.9
136
49
8.2
4.0
41
3
44
0.9
21
8
1.4
-6
0.9
1.0
1.2
44
15
4.5
2.5
29
5
60
0.1
19
7
1.1
2
0.1
0.1
1.1
54
11.4
5.8
2.4
22
8
66
See notes on page 18
2014 WORLD POPULATION DATA SHEET 11
0.3
17
6
1.1
-6
0.3
0.3
1.2
76
5.1
5.1
2.1
25
6
60
10.8
44
12
3.2
-3
16.9
27.1
2.5
154
80
7.2
6.6
48
3
41
0.2
22
5
1.7
-6
0.2
0.3
1.6
45
13.4
4.4
3.1
27
7
66
11.7
36
12
2.4
16
17.3
39.3
3.3
187
78
6.9
7.0
42
3
36

in 2050.
Italy
Kosovoh
Macedoniai
Malta
Montenegro
Portugal
San Marino
Serbia
Slovenia
Spain
WORLD
OCEANIA
Australia
MORE
DEVELOPED
Federated
States of Micronesia
LESS
DEVELOPED
Fiji DEVELOPED (EXCL. CHINA)
LESS
FrenchDEVELOPED
Polynesia
LEAST
Guam
AFRICA
Kiribati
SUB-SAHARAN
AFRICA
Marshall Islands
NORTHERN
AFRICA
Nauru
Algeria
New
EgyptCaledonia
New
LibyaZealand
Palau
Morocco
Papua New Guinea
Sudan
Samoa
Tunisia
SolomonSahara
Islandse
Western
Tonga AFRICA
WESTERN
Tuvalu
Benin
VanuatuFaso
Burkina
Cape Verde
Cte d'Ivoire
Gambia
Ghana
Guinea
Guinea-Bissau
Liberia
Mali
Mauritania
Niger
Nigeria
Senegal
Sierra Leone
Togo
EASTERN AFRICA
Burundi
Comoros
Djibouti
Eritrea
Ethiopia
Kenya
Madagascar
Malawi
Mauritius
Mayotte
Mozambique
Reunion
Rwanda
Seychelles
2014 Population Reference Bureau
Somalia
South Sudan

P O P U

contraception.
to 2.8.
61.3
9
10 per woman
-0.1
3
63.4
63.5
1.0
29
3.2
2.4
1.4
14
21
71
1.8
15
4
1.1
-2
2.0
1.9
1.0

11

2.0
28
7

2.1
11
9
0.2
1
2.0
1.8
0.9
88
10
3.0
1.5
17
12
66
0.4
10
8
0.2
7
0.4
0.4
0.9
28
5.7
2.0
1.4
15
16
71
0.6
12
10
0.3 ENVIRONMENT
-3 POPULATION,
0.7 AND HEALTH,
0.8
1.2 AND
40
5.2
1.7OF ESTIMATES
70
POPULATION,
HEALTH,
AND
DATA
ESTIMATES
FOR THE
COUNTRIES
AND2.7
REGIONS
THE19WORLD 13FOR THE
ENVIRONMENT
DATA
AND
10.4
8
10
-0.2
-4
9.9
9.1
0.9
58
3.0
3.0
1.2
15
19
67
Net
2050
0.03
10
7
0.3
5
0.04
0.04
1.1
Infant 6.4
2.2 Total 1.5
15
18

Projected
Rate of
Migration
Population
7.1
9
14
-0.5
0
6.7 (millions)
6.4
0.9
59
2.4
14 of Population
18
68
Fertility Rateb1.4
Percent
Population
Mortality Ratea5.4
Population
Births
Deaths
Natural
Rate
as a
2.1
9
0.1
2.1
2.1
1.0 of
25
2.9
2.2
1.5
15
17
mid-2014
per10
1,000
per 1,000
Increase
per -0
1,000
Multiple
Both69
Sex
46.5
9
8
0.1
-4
44.5
42.3
0.9
21
3.1
2.9
1.3
15<15
1865+
72
(millions)
Population
Population
(%)
Population
mid-2030
mid-2050
2014
1970
2013*
1970
2013*
Ages
Ages
1970
39
18
7
1.1
6
48
60
1.6
43
21
3.4
2.4
24
11
66
7,238
20
8
1.2

8,444
9,683
1.3
89
38
4.7
2.5
26
8
58
23.5
13
6
0.7
10
28.6
36.4
1.5
18
3.3
2.9
1.9
19
14
1,249
11
10
0.1
2
1,292
1,309
1.0
24
5
2.3
1.6
16
17
71
0.1
24
5
1.9
-19
0.1
0.1
0.9
63
29
6.9
3.5
34
4
62
5,989
22
7
1.4
0
7,152
8,375
1.4
100
42
5.7
2.6
29
6
55
0.9
21
8
1.4
-6
0.9
1.0
1.2
44
15
4.5
2.5
29
60
4,625
24
7
1.7
-1
5,752
7,063
1.5
119
46
5.8
3.0
32
5
51
0.3
17
6
1.1
-6
0.3
0.3
1.2
76
5.1
5.1
2.1
25
6
60
916
33
9
2.4
-1
1,290
1,855
2.0
150
64
5.7
4.3
40
4
44
0.2
22
5
1.7
-6
0.2
0.3
1.6
45
13.4
4.4
3.1
27
7
66
1,136
36
10
2.5
0
1,637
2,428
2.1
139
62
6.7
4.7
41
4
45
0.1
30
9
2.1
-1
0.2
0.2
1.9
114
45
6.1
3.8
35
4
51
920
37
11
2.6
0
1,360
2,081
2.3
138
67
6.7
5.1
43
3
44
0.1
30
4
2.5
-17
0.1
0.1
1.3

26

4.1
40
2

217
28
7
2.2
-2
277
347
1.6
140
33
6.5
3.4
32
5
52
0.01
36
8
2.9
-9
0.1
0.1
1.6

39

4.3
37
1

39.1
25
6
1.9
-1
49.9
60.3
1.5
128
26
7.6
2.9
28
6
50
0.3
17
5
1.2
4
0.3
0.3
1.3
59
5
5.3
2.2
24
8
62
87.9
32
6
2.6
-1
113.2
146.0
1.7
169
29
5.9
3.5
32
6
52
4.3
13
7
0.7
5
4.9
5.5
1.3
17
4.4
3.2
2.0
20
14
71
6.3
21
4
1.7
-7
7.5
8.4
104
14
7.9
2.4
29
5
56
0.02
14
9
0.5
0
0.1
0.1
1.0

11

1.7
20
6

33.3
22
6
1.5
-3
38.2
41.4
1.2
118
29
6.7
2.6
28
5
53
7.6
33
10
2.3
0
10.5
14.2
1.9
106
48
6.2
4.3
39
46
38.8
34
8
2.5
-4
55.1
77.1
2.0
97
55
6.9
5.2
41
3
52
0.2
29
5
2.4
-24
0.2
0.2
1.3
73
7.2
4.7
39
5
55
19
6
1.3
-3
12.4
13.1
1.2
158
16
6.4
2.2
24
7
51
11.0
31
5
2.6
0
0.9
0.4
0.6
98
26
6.9
4.1
39
54
0.6
21
6
1.5
17
0.8
0.8
1.4
168
37
6.6
2.4
27
3
42
27
7
2.0
-19
0.1
0.1
1.2
40
17
5.9
3.9
37
6
65
0.1
339
39
12
2.7
-1
507
784
2.3
152
66
6.7
5.4
44
3
41
0.01
25
9
1.6
0
0.1
0.1
1.8

10

3.2
33
5

10.3
37
10
2.7
-0
15.0
21.5
2.1
155
69
6.8
4.9
43
3
42
0.3
29
5
2.4
0
0.4
0.5
1.8
108
21
6.3
4.4
39
4
52
17.9
43
11
3.1
-2
28.4
46.6
2.6
163
70
6.6
5.9
46
2
39
0.5
22Rate
5
-7 Rate
0.6
0.7
1.5
109
24
6.9
2.6
30
5
52197
Population
Birth
Death Rate
Natural1.7
Increase Migration
mid-2030
mid-2050
Population
1970
2013*
1970
2013*
<15
65+
Both,
(millions)
(%)
Change
20.8
37
14
2.3
1
29.2 (millions)42.3
2.0
156 Infant Mortality75
7.9
41% of Population 3
44
Population
Total Fertility Rate4.9
1.9
41
10
3.1
-2
3.1
4.9
2.5
120
55
6.1
5.6
46
2
38
27.0
34
9
2.5
-1
37.7
52.6
1.9
110
53
7.0
4.3
38
5
49
11.6
38
12
2.7
-0
16.9
23.9
2.1
190
67
6.2
5.1
42
3
37
1.7
38
13
2.5
-1
2.5
3.5
2.0
144
94
6.1
5.0
41
3
44
4.4
35
9
2.6
-1
6.4
9.4
2.1
186
54
6.7
4.7
43
3
39
15.9
42
13
2.9
-2
26.3
45.6
2.9
184
58
6.9
6.1
48
3
32
4.0
34
9
2.6
-1
5.6
7.9
2.0
110
72
6.8
4.1
40
3
49
18.2
50
11
3.9
-0
33.8
68.0
3.7
154
54
7.4
7.6
50
3
36
177.5
39
13
2.5
-0
261.7
396.5
2.2
153
69
6.5
5.6
44
3
41
13.9
40
8
3.2
-1
21.8
35.1
2.5
111
43
7.3
5.3
44
3
39
6.3
38
17
2.1
-1
8.2
10.5
1.7
197
92
6.7
4.9
42
3
35
37
11
2.6
-0
10.0
14.5
2.1
120
66
7.1
4.7
42
3
47
7.0
378
36
9
2.7
0
561
851
2.3
134
57
7.1
4.9
44
3
45
10.5
45
13
3.2
-0
16.4
26.7
2.5
139
87
7.3
6.1
45
2
44
0.7
34
9
2.5
-3
1.0
1.3
1.8
134
36
7.1
4.3
42
3
48
0.9
28
9
1.9
-4
1.1
1.2
1.4
112
55
6.8
3.4
34
4
49
6.5
33
7
2.6
2
9.8
14.3
2.2
151
42
6.7
4.7
43
2
41
95.9
28
8
2.1
-0
130.5
165.1
1.7
144
50
7.0
4.1
43
3
43
43.2
34
9
2.6
-0
60.0
81.3
1.9
98
47
8.1
4.3
42
3
52
22.4
34
7
2.7
-0
34.3
52.8
2.4
139
42
7.3
4.4
42
3
45
16.8
40
12
2.9
0
26.0
41.2
2.4
175
66
7.3
5.5
45
3
41
1.3
11
8
0.3
-0
1.3
1.2
1.0
66
12.1
3.8
1.4
21
8
63
0.2
31
3
2.8
-5
0.3
0.5
2.1
53
4
7.9
4.1
45
2
62
25.1
43
13
2.9
0
38.4
63.5
2.5
165
85
6.6
5.7
45
3
39
0.9
17
5
1.2
-5
1.0
1.2
1.4
53
7
4.8
2.4
24
9
63
11.1
31
8
2.3
-1
15.8
21.0
1.9
136
49
8.2
4.0
41
3
44
0.1
19
7
1.1
2
0.1
0.1
1.1
54
11.4
5.8
2.4
22
8
66
See notes on page 18
2014 WORLD POPULATION DATA SHEET 12
10.8
44
12
3.2
-3
16.9
27.1
2.5
154
80
7.2
6.6
48
3
41
11.7
36
12
2.4
16
17.3
39.3
3.3
187
78
6.9
7.0
42
3
36

in 2050.

P O P U L AT I O N
per woman to 2.8.

R E F E R E N C EP B
O

contraception.

POPULATION,
HEALTH, AND
ENVIRONMENT
AND
ESTIMATES
FORHEALTH,
THE COUNTRIES
ANDENVIRONMENT
REGIONS OF THE WORLD
ENVIRONMENT DATA AND ESTIMATES FOR THE
COUNTRIES
AND
REGIONSDATA
OFPOPULATION,
THE
WORLD
AND
DATA AND ESTIMATES
Infant
Mortality Ratea

970
89
24
00
19
50
39
38
40
28
69
04
18
97
58
68
52
55
63
09
56
20
10
90
44
86
84
10
54
53
11
97
20
34
39
34
12
51
44
98
39
75
66
53
65
53
36
54
54
87

Total
Fertility Rateb

Percent of Population

2013*
1970
2013*
Ages <15
Ages 65+
38
4.7 WORLD2.5
26
8
5
2.3 MORE DEVELOPED
1.6
16
17
42
5.7 LESS DEVELOPED
2.6
29
6
(EXCL.
CHINA) 5
46
5.8 LESS DEVELOPED
3.0
32
64
5.7 LEAST DEVELOPED
4.3
40
4
62
6.7 AFRICA 4.7
41
4
AFRICA
67
6.7 SUB-SAHARAN
5.1
43
3
33
6.5 NORTHERN
3.4 AFRICA32
5
26
7.6 Algeria2.9
28
6
29
5.9 Egypt 3.5
32
6
14
7.9 Libya 2.4
29
5
29
6.7 Morocco
2.6
28
5
55
6.9 Sudan 5.2
41
3
16
6.4 Tunisia2.2
24
7
37
6.6 Western
2.4Saharae 27
3
66
6.7 WESTERN
5.4AFRICA 44
3
69
6.8 Benin 4.9
43
3
Faso
70
6.6 Burkina5.9
46
2
24
6.9 Cape Verde
2.6
30
5
75
7.9 Cte d'Ivoire
4.9
41
3
55
6.1 Gambia
5.6
46
2
53
7.0 Ghana4.3
38
5
67
6.2 Guinea5.1
42
3
94
6.1 Guinea-Bissau
5.0
41
3
54
6.7 Liberia4.7
43
3
58
6.9 Mali 6.1
48
3
72
6.8 Mauritania
4.1
40
3
54
7.4 Niger 7.6
50
3
69
6.5 Nigeria5.6
44
3
43
7.3 Senegal
5.3
44
3
92
6.7 Sierra Leone
4.9
42
3
66
7.1 Togo 4.7
42
3
57
7.1 EASTERN
4.9AFRICA 44
3
87
7.3 Burundi
6.1
45
2
36
7.1 Comoros
4.3
42
3
55
6.8 Djibouti
3.4
34
4
42
6.7 Eritrea4.7
43
2
50
7.0 Ethiopia
4.1
43
3
47
8.1 Kenya 4.3
42
3
42
7.3 Madagascar
4.4
42
3
66
7.3 Malawi5.5
45
3
12.1
3.8 Mauritius
1.4
21
8
4
7.9 Mayotte
4.1
45
2
85
6.6 Mozambique
5.7
45
3
7
4.8 Reunion
2.4
24
9
49
8.2 Rwanda
4.0
41
3
11.4
5.8 Seychelles
2.4
22
8
2014 Population Reference Bureau
80
7.2 Somalia
6.6
48
3
78
6.9 South Sudan
7.0
42
3

Net
2050
Percent of Married Women
Life Expectancy at Birth (years) Rate of
Projected
Migration 15-49 Using
Population
c
Contraception
Population (millions)
Population
Births
Deaths
Natural
Rate
Population
as a
Percent
Both
mid-2014
Sexes Both
per 1,000
Sexes
per
Males
1,000
Increase
Females
per
1,000
All
Modern
per
Multiple
Square
of
Urban
(millions)
1970
Population
2013*
Population
2013*
2013*
(%)
Population
mid-2030
Methods
mid-2050
Methods
Kilometer
2014
58
71
69 8
73
53
63
56
53
7,238
20
1.2

8,444
9,683
1.3
71
79
75
82
77
70
60
23
1,249
11
10
0.1
2
1,292
1,309
1.0
55
69
67 7
71
48
61
55
72
5,989
22
1.4
0
7,152
8,375
1.4
4,625
51
24
67
65 7
69
1.7
-1
46
5,752
54
7,063
46
1.5
63
916
33
2.4
-1
1,290
1,855
2.0
44
61
60 9
62
28
36
30
44
1,136
36
10
2.5
0
1,637
2,428
2.1
45
59
58
60
40
34
28
37
920
37
11
2.6
0
1,360
2,081
2.3
44
57
56
58
37
29
23
41
217
28
2.2
-2
277
347
1.6
52
69
68 7
71
51
53
47
28
39.1
25
1.9
-1
49.9
60.3
1.5
50
71
69 6
73
73
61
52
16
87.9
32
2.6
-1
113.2
146.0
1.7
52
71
69 6
72
43
60
58
88
566.3
21
75
73 4
77
1.7
-7
78
427.5
208.4
1.34
33.3
22
1.5
-3
38.2
41.4
1.2
53
71
69 6
73
59
67
57
75
52
62
60 8
64
33
9

21
38.8
34
2.5
-4
55.1
77.1
2.0
51
19
75
73 6
77
1.3
-3
66
63
12.4
50
13.1
1.2
67
11.0
420.6
21
68
666
70
1.5
17
82
0.8
0.8
1.42
339
41
39
55
54
12
55
2.7
-1
45
507
17
784
11
2.3
55
42
10.3
37
59
58
10
61
2.7
-0
45
13
15.0
21.5
7
2.1
91
17.9
43
11
3.1
-2
28.4
46.6
2.6
39
56
56
57
27
16
15
65
520.5
22
75
715
79
1.7
-7
62
610.6
570.7
1.5
126
20.8
37
14
2.3
1
29.2
42.3
2.0
44
51
50
51
53
18
12
65
41
10
3.1
-2
2.5
381.9
59
57
60
57
93.1
84.9
169
27.0
34
2.5
-1
37.7
52.6
1.9
49
61
60 9
62
51
35
23
113
11.6
38
12
2.7
-0
16.9
23.9
2.1
37
56
55
57
36
6
3
47
38
13
2.5
-1
2.0
441.7
54
53
56
44
142.5
103.5
48
35
2.6
-1
2.1
394.4
60
599
61
47
206.4
199.4
39
15.9
42
13
2.9
-2
26.3
45.6
2.9
32
55
55
54
35
10
10
13
34
2.6
-1
2.04
494.0
62
609
63
41
95.6
87.9
36
58
58
58
22
14
8
14
18.2
50
11
3.9
-0
33.8
68.0
3.7
41
52
52
53
50
15
9
192
177.5
39
13
2.5
-0
261.7
396.5
2.2
39
63
62 8
65
47
18
16
71
13.9
40
3.2
-1
21.8
35.1
2.5
356.3
45
45
46
41
178.2
15
88
38
17
2.1
-1
10.5
1.7
477.0
37
56
56
11
57
2.6
-0
38
15
10.0
13
14.5
2.1
123
378
45
36
60
59 9
62
2.7
24
0
561
39
851
31
2.3
54
44
10.5
45
54
52
13
56
3.2
-0
10
22
16.4
18
26.7
2.5
377
480.7
34
61
59 9
61
2.5
-3
28
191.0
131.3
1.8
335
490.9
28
62
60 9
63
1.9
-4
77
191.1
181.2
1.4
38
416.5
33
63
60 7
65
2.6
2
21
89.8
14.3
7
2.2
56
43
95.9
28
63
62 8
65
2.1
-0
17
130.5
42
165.1
40
1.7
87
52
62
60 9
64
24
46
39
74
43.2
34
2.6
-0
60.0
81.3
1.9
22.4
34
2.7
-0
34.3
52.8
2.4
45
65
63 7
66
33
40
33
38
16.8
40
12
2.9
0
26.0
41.2
2.4
41
55
55
55
16
46
42
142
11
0.3
-0
1.0
631.3
74
70 8
77
42
761.3
391.2
618
31
2.8
-5
2.1
620.2
79
76 3
82
50
0.3
0.5
600
39
53
51
55
31
12
11
31
25.1
43
13
2.9
0
38.4
63.5
2.5
630.9
80
77 5
83
94
671.0
641.2
339
17
1.2
-5
1.4
44
65
638
66
17
52
45
421
11.1
31
2.3
-1
15.8
21.0
1.9
660.1
73
697
78
54
0.1
0.1
198
19
1.1
2
1.1
See notes on page 18
41
55
53
57
38
15
1
17
10.8
44
12
3.2
-3
16.9
27.1
2.5
36
55
54
56
17
4
1
18
11.7
36
12
2.4
16
17.3
39.3
3.3

GNI PPP Infant Carbon Emissions Total


Percent of Popu
Mortality Ratea(million tons) Fertility Rateb
per Capita
($US)
2013
1970d
2013*
1990
2012
1970
2013*
Ages <15
Ag
ASIA 26
14,210
6,127
9,667
89
38
4.7
2.5
ASIA 16
(Excl. China
37,470
3,883
3,606
24
5
2.3
1.6
WESTERN
8,920
2,029
5,510
100
42
5.7
2.6
29 ASIA
Armenia
119
8,060
1,358
46
2,884
5.8
3.0
32
Azerbaijan
150
6420
5.7
4.3
40
1,970
62
Bahrain
139
62
6.7
4.7
41
4,470
188
331
Cyprus
138
67
6.7
5.1
43
3,220
125
193
Georgia
140
3364
6.5
3.4
32
9,600
139
Iraq28
128
2621.5
7.6
2.9
12,990
37.7
Israel
169
2920.7
5.9
3.5
32
10,850
58.7
Jordan
28,110
104
1410.0
7.9
16.7
2.4
29
Kuwait
118
29 6.4
6.7
2.6
28
7,000
14.3
Lebanon
2,370
97
55 1.5
6.93.9
5.2
41
Oman
10,960
158
16 3.6
6.47.5
2.2
24
Palestinian
Terri
168
37 0.0
6.60.0
2.4
27
Qatar
152
3,930
6618
6.7
33
5.4
44
Saudi
155
1,780
69 0.2
6.81.5
4.9
43Arabia
Syria46
163
70 0.2
6.60.5
5.9
1,560
Turkey
109
6,220
24 0.0
6.90.1
2.6
30
United
156
75 1.6
7.91.7
4.9
41 Arab Em
2,900
Yemen
120
55 0.1
6.10.1
5.6
46
1,620
SOUTH
110
53 1.1
7.02.5
4.3
38 CENTRA
3,880
CENTRAL
190
67 0.3
6.20.3
5.1
42 ASIA
1,160
Kazakhstan
144
94 0.1
6.10.1
5.0
41
1,240
Kyrgyzstan
186
54 0.1
6.70.2
4.7
43
790
Tajikistan
184
58 0.1
6.90.2
6.1
48
1,540
Turkmenistan
110
72 0.7
6.80.6
4.1
40
2,850
Uzbekistan
910
154
54 0.2
7.40.4
7.6
50
SOUTH
5,600
22.2
153
6912.4
6.5
5.6
44 ASIA
Afghanistan
2,240
111
43 0.9
7.32.0
5.3
44
Bangladesh
1,750
197
92 0.1
6.70.2
4.9
42
Bhutan
120
1,180
66 0.2
7.10.4
4.7
42
India
134
1,570
5711
7.1
17
4.9
44
Iran45
139
820
87 0.1
7.30.1
6.1
Maldives
134
1,560
36 0.0
7.10.0
4.3
42
Nepal
112
55 0.1
6.80.2
3.4
34
Pakistan
151
1,180
42
6.70.1
4.7
43
Sri Lanka
144
1,350
50 0.8
7.01.8
4.1
43
SOUTHEAST
ASI
2,250
98
47 1.6
8.13.5
4.3
42
Brunei
139
42 0.3
7.30.6
4.4
42
1,350
Cambodia
175
66 0.2
7.30.4
5.5
45
760
Indonesia
66
12.10.4
3.81.2
1.4
21
17,220
Laos45
53
4
7.9
4.1
Malaysia
1,040
165
85 0.3
6.60.8
5.7
45
Myanmar
53
7 0.4
4.81.2
2.4
24
Philippines
1,430
136
49 0.2
8.20.2
4.0
41
Singapore
23,270
54 2014 WORLD
11.40.0 POPULATION
5.80.2 DATA2.4
22
SHEET 13
Thailand
154
80 0.0
7.20.2
6.6
48
Timor-Leste
2,190
187
78
6.9
7.0
42

P O P U L AT I O N

R E F E R E N C E

Pakistan
33
2.6
2
14.3
2.2
151
42
6.70.1
4.7
43
51
42
6.7 Eritrea4.7
43
2
416.5
63
60 7
65
21
89.8
7
56
1,180
Sri Lanka
95.9
28
2.1
-0
130.5
165.1
1.7
144
50 0.8
7.01.8
4.1
43
44
50
7.0 Ethiopia
4.1
43
3
43
63
62 8
65
17
42
40
87
1,350
SOUTHEAST
ASI
43.2
34
2.6
-0
60.0
81.3
1.9
98
47 1.6
8.13.5
4.3
42
98
47
8.1 Kenya 4.3
42
3
52
62
60 9
64
24
46
39
74
2,250
Brunei
22.4
34
2.7
-0
34.3
52.8
2.4
139
42 0.3
7.30.6
4.4
42
39
42
7.3 Madagascar
4.4
42
3
45
65
63 7
66
33
40
33
38
1,350
Cambodia
Malawi
16.8COUNTRIES
40
12 ENVIRONMENT
2.9
0
26.0
41.2
2.4
175
7.30.4
5.5
45
75
66
7.3
5.5
45
3FOR THE
41
55HEALTH, AND
55
55
16AND
46
42
142
760
POPULATION,
DATA
ESTIMATES
FOR
THE COUNTRIES
AND
REGIONS 66
OF0.2
THE WORLD
ENVIRONMENT
DATA
AND
ESTIMATES
AND
REGIONS
OF
THE
WORLD
Indonesia
11
0.3
-0
1.0
66
12.10.4
3.81.2
1.4
21
66
12.1
3.8 Mauritius
1.4
21
8
631.3
74
70 8
77
42
761.3
391.2
618
17,220
Percent
of Married
Women
Laos45
Mayotte
31
3
2.8
-5
0.3
0.5
2.1
53
4
7.9
4.1
53 Infant 4
7.9 Total
4.1
45
2
620.2 Life Expectancy
79
76
82
50

600

at Birth (years)
GNI PPP
Carbon Emissions
c
15-4912
Using Contraception
Malaysia
a
Mozambique
65
85
6.6
45 of Population
3
39
53
51
55
31
11
31
1,040
0.3 tons)6.60.8
25.1
43
13
2.9
0
38.4
63.5
2.5
85(million
5.7
45
Fertility
Rateb5.7
Percent
Mortality Rate
Population
per165
Capita
Myanmar
53
7
4.8 Reunion
2.4
24
9
80
77 5
83
94
67
641.2
339
0.9
1.2
-5
53
7 0.4
4.81.2
2.4
24
Percent
Both63
Sexes
Both17
Sexes
Males
Females
All1.0
Modern
per1.4
Square
($US)
d
Philippines
36
49
8.2 Rwanda
4.0
41<15
44
65
638
66
17
52
45
421
1,430
11.1
31
2.3
-1
15.8
21.0
1.9
136
49
8.20.2
4.0
41
Urban
970
2013*
1970
2013*
Ages
Ages365+
1970
2013*
2013*
2013*
Methods
Methods
Kilometer
2013
19900.2
2012
Singapore
ASIA
89
38
4.7
2.5
26
8
58
71
69 7
73
53
63
56
53
14,210
6,127
9,667
54
11.4
5.8 Seychelles
2.4
22
660.1
73
78
54
0.1
0.1
198
23,270
19
1.1
2
1.1
54
11.40.0
5.80.2
2.4
22
Thailand
ASIA
(Excl. China
54
80
7.2 Somalia
6.6
48
3
41
55
53
57
38
15
1
17
10.8
44
12
3.2
-3
16.9
27.1
2.5
154
80 0.0
7.20.2
6.6
48
24
5
2.3
1.6
16
17
71
79
75
82
77
70
60
23
37,470
3,883
3,606
Timor-Leste
WESTERN
87
78
6.9 South Sudan
7.0
42
3
36
55
54
56
17
4
1
18
2,190
11.7
36
12
2.4
16
17.3
39.3
3.3
187
78
6.9
7.0
42 ASIA
00
42
5.7
2.6
29
6
55
69
67
71
48
61
55
72
8,920
2,029
5,510
Vietnam
Armenia
40
3.1
-1
79.4
129.4
2.5
124
49 1.0
6.82.0
5.3
45
24
49
6.8 Tanzania
5.3
45
3
47
61
60 9
63
30
34
26
54
1,750
50.8
19
46
5.8
3.0
32
5
51
67
65
69
46
54
46
63
8,060
1,358
2,884
EAST
ASIA
Azerbaijan
38.8
43
3.4
-1
63.4
104.1
2.7
113
5720
7.1
5.9
48
13
57
7.1 Uganda
5.9
48
2
49
59
58 9
60
18
30
26
161
1,370
0.2
1.1
50
64
5.7
4.3
40
4
44
61
60
62
28
36
30
44
1,970
62
China
Bahrain
15.1
45
11
3.4
-1
26.1
49.2
3.3
112
66
7.4
6.0
47
12
66
7.4 Zambia4.7
6.0
47
3
49
58
56
41
27
20
3,070
1.0
1.0
39
62
6.7
41
4
45
59
58
60
40
34
28
37
4,470
188
331
China,
Cyprus
14.7
33
2.4
6
21.5
30.2
2.1
86
37
7.4
3.8
40 Hong Ko
86
37
7.4 Zimbabwe
3.8
40
55
60
59 9
61
33
59
57
38
1,560
4.0
3.0
38
67
6.7
5.1
43
3
44
57
56
58
37
29
23
41
3,220
125
193
China,
Georgia
AFRICA 32
142
45
15
3.0
-0
225
372
2.6
144
9764
6.4
6.1
46 Macao S
44
97
6.4 MIDDLE3.4
6.1
46
3
43
52
50
53
42
18
8
21
2,540
5
14
40
33
6.5
5
52
69
68
71
51
53
47
28
9,600
139
Japan
Iraq48
22.4
46
14
3.2
1
36.4
60.8
2.7
179
9621.5
7.3
6.2
79
96
7.3 Angola2.9
6.2
48
2
37
52
50
53
59
18
12
18
6,770
1.2
8.4
28
26
7.6
28
6
50
71
69
73
73
61
52
16
12,990
37.7
Korea,
Israel
22.8
39
12
2.7
-1
34.5
54.3
2.4
127
6220.7
6.2
5.1
43 North
27
62
6.2 Cameroon
5.1
43
3
46
55
54
56
52
23
14
48
2,660
0.5
2.0
69
29
5.9
3.5
32
6
52
71
69
72
43
60
58
88
10,850
58.7
Korea,
Jordan
African Republic
47
15
3.2
0
2.04
149
11610.0
6.0
6.2
40 South
49
116
6.0 Central2.4
6.2
40
4
424.8
50
48
51
39
156.7
99.7
8
600
0.1
0.1
04
14
7.9
29
5
56
75
73
77
78
42
20
28,110
16.7
Mongolia
Kuwait
13.3
48
15
3.3
-2
21.8
37.4
2.8
153
96 0.0
6.5
6.6
49
53
96
6.5 Chad 2.6
6.6
49
2
41
51
50
52
22
5
2
10
2,000
0.1
18
29
6.7
28
5
53
71
69
73
59
67
57
75
7,000
6.4
14.3
Taiwan
Lebanon
93
64
6.3 Congo5.2
5.0
42
534.6
59
57
60
64
45
20
13
4,720
0.3
0.6
38
10
2.8
-2
10.6
2.3
93
64 1.5
6.33.9
5.0
42
97
55
6.9
41
3
52
62
60
64
33
96.8

21
2,370
EUROPE
Oman
Dem. Rep.24
38
109
6.2 Congo,2.2
6.6
46
3
44
50
48
52
34
18
5
30
680
1.1
0.9
71.2
46
16
3.0
-0
114.9
193.6
2.7
138
109 3.6
6.27.5
6.6
46
58
16
6.4
7
51
75
73
77
66
63
50
67
10,960
EUROPEAN
UN
Palestinian
Terri
62
89
5.7 Equatorial
4.9 Guinea 27
39
400.8
53
52
55
39
13
10
28
23,240
1.4
36
13
2.2
5
2.1
162
89 0.0
5.70.0
4.9
39
68
37
6.6
2.4
3
42
68
66
70
82
1.1
1.6
2
NORTHERN
EU
Qatar
24
43
5.1 Gabon5.4
4.1
38
5
471.7
63
62 9
64
86
312.4
193.3
6
17,220
1.3
0.7
32
2.3
1
1.9
124
4318
5.1
4.1
38
52
66
6.7
44
3
41
55
54
55
45
17
11
55
3,930
33
Channel
Islands
Saudi
36
2.9
-2
2.2
82
44 0.2
6.51.5
4.3
42Arabia
82
44
6.5 Sao Tome
4.3 and Principe
42
4
560.2
66
64 7
68
67
380.3
34
197
2,950
0.0
0.0
55
69
6.8
4.9
43
3
42
59
58
61
45
13
70.4
91
1,780
Denmark
Syria30
61
21
11
1.0
3
68
75
1.2
85
4492
5.7
2.4
85
44
5.7 SOUTHERN
2.4 AFRICA46
30
5
53
59
57
60
59
59
59
23
11,840
128
63
70
6.6
5.9
2
39
56
56
57
27
16
15
65
1,560
0.2
0.5
Estonia
Turkey
24
17
0.7
2
1.4
97
32 0.0
6.60.1
2.6
34
97
32
6.6 Botswana
34
4
552.0
47
48
47
532.3
512.8
4
15,500
0.6
1.5
09
24
6.9
2.6
30
5
52
75
71
79
62
61
57
126
6,220
Finland
United
30
21
0.9
-6
1.4
127
82 1.6
5.81.7
3.3
36 Arab Em
27
82
5.8 Lesotho
3.3
36
6
491.9
44
42
45
26
512.1
492.7
63
3,320

0.0
56
75
7.9
4.9
41
3
44
51
50
51
53
18
12
65
2,900
Iceland
Yemen
30
2.2
-0
1.6
108
39 0.0
6.50.9
3.6
36
08
39
6.5
3.6
36
4
53
64
62
67
38
55
53
3
9,590
20
55
6.1 Namibia
5.6
46
2
382.3
59
57 7
60
57
93.0
83.7
169
1,620
0.1
0.1
Ireland
SOUTH
53.7
20
11
1.0
3
58.7
64.1
1.2
80
4291.0
5.6
2.3
29 CENTRA
80
42
5.6
2.3
29
5
53
60
58
61
62
60
60
44
12,240
125.7
10
53
7.0 South Africa
4.3
38
49
61
60
62
51
35
23
113
3,880
1.1
2.5
Latvia
CENTRAL
30
14
1.6
-1
1.4
133
65 0.1
6.90.3
3.4
38 ASIA
33
65
6.9
3.4
38
3
48
49
50
49
21
65
63
73
6,220
90
67
6.2 Swaziland
5.1
42
371.3
56
55
57
36
61.5
31.8
47
1,160
0.3
Lithuania
Kazakhstan
972
16
0.9
0
1,106
1,217
1.3
68
15 0.1
4.00.1
2.1
24
68
15
4.0
2.1
24
10
65
76
73
79
79
74
67
23
27,420
1,698
2,032
44
94
6.1 AMERICAS
5.0
41
3
44
54
537
56
44
14
10
48
1,240
Norway
Kyrgyzstan
353
12
0.4
3
396
444
1.3
21
5 0.1
2.30.2
1.8
19
21
5
2.3
1.8
19
14
71
79
77
81
81
77
69
16
52,810
1,423
1,535
86
54
6.7 NORTHERN
4.7 AMERICA
43
3
39
60
598
61
47
20
19
39
790
Sweden
Tajikistan
35.5
11
0.4
8
41.5
48.4
1.4
19
4.80.1
2.2
1.6
16
19
4.8
2.2
1.6
16
15
72
81
79
84
80
74
72
4
42,590
122.7
137.8
84
58
6.9 Canada
6.1
48
3
32
55
557
54
35
10
10
13
1,540
0.2
United
Turkmenistan
States
1,300.0
1,397.0
317.7
13
0.4
3
354.4
395.3
1.2
20
5.40.7
2.50.6
1.9
19 Kingdom
20
5.4
2.5
19
14
71
79
76
81
81
77
68
33
53,960
10
72
6.8 United1.9
4.1
40
3
49
62
608
63
41
9
8
4
2,850
WESTERN
Uzbekistan
AND
618
18
1.2
-1
710
773
1.3
86
18
5.3
2.2
27 EURO
86
18
5.3 LATIN AMERICA
2.2
27THE CARIBBEAN
7
60
75
71 6
78
78
73
67
30
12,900
275
496
54
54
7.4
7.6
50
3
36
58
58
58
22
14
8
14
910
0.2
0.4
Austria
SOUTH
165
21
1.5
-2
195
222
1.3
81
1612.4
6.6
2.4
30 ASIA
81
16
6.6 CENTRAL
2.4AMERICA44
30
6
60
74
71 6
77
72
71
64
67
13,880
91
143
53
69
6.5
5.6
3
41
52
52
53
50
15
9
192
5,600
22.2
Belgium
Afghanistan
23
1.9
6
1.7
64
14 0.9
6.32.0
2.6
36
64
14
6.3 Belize 5.3
2.6
36
4
660.4
74
71 4
77
45
550.5
520.6
16
8,160
0.1
0.1
11
43
7.3
44
3
39
63
62
65
47
18
16
71
2,240
France
Bangladesh
15
1.1
2
1.3
61
8.70.1
4.90.2
1.8
24
61
8.7
4.9 Costa Rica
1.8
24
7
674.8
80
77 4
82
73
765.6
756.1
93
13,570
0.8
2.2
97
92
6.7
4.9
42
3
35
45
45
46
41
17
15
88
1,750
Germany
Bhutan
20
1.4
-7
1.1
104
17 0.2
6.20.4
2.2
30
04
17
6.2 El Salvador
2.2
30
7
576.4
73
68 7
77
65
736.9
666.9
303
7,490
0.7
1.7
20
66
7.1
4.7
42
3
47
56
56
57
38
15
13
123
1,180
Liechtenstein
India
15.9
31
2.6
-1
22.6
31.3
2.0
109
2311
6.2
3.8
40
09
23
6.2 Guatemala
3.8
40
5
52
72
68 5
76
50
54
44
146
7,130
1.4
3.1
34
57
7.1
4.9
44
3
45
60
59
62
24
39
31
54
1,570
17
Luxembourg
Iran35
24
2.0
-1
10.2
11.7
1.4
112
24 0.1
7.30.1
2.8
12
24
2.8
35
4
538.2
74
71 5
76
52
73
64
73
4,270
0.7
2.2
39
87
7.3 Honduras
6.1
45
2
44
54
52
56
10
22
18
377
820
Monaco
Maldives
119.7
19
1.4
-2
137.5
150.8
1.3
75
1385.7
6.7
2.2
28
75
13
6.7 Mexico4.3
2.2
28
6
61
74
71 6
77
78
73
66
61
16,110
129.9
34
36
7.1
42
3
48
61
59
61
28
19
13
335
1,560
0.0
0.0
Netherlands
Nepal
23
1.9
-6
1.4
105
17 0.1
6.90.2
2.5
33
05
17
6.9 Nicaragua
2.5
33
5
546.2
75
72 5
78
56
807.5
778.4
48
4,440
0.7
1.3
12
55
6.8
3.4
34
4
49
62
60
63
77
19
18
38

Switzerland
Pakistan
20
1.5
2
1.4
53
14 0.8
5.20.1
2.5
28
53
14
5.2 Panama
2.5
28
7
663.9
76
74 5
79
75
52
49
52
19,290
2.7
51
42
6.7
4.7
43
2
41
63
60
65
21
84.8
75.6
56
1,180

EASTERN
Sri Lanka
43
18
1.1
-4
47
49
1.1
77
3323
4.7
2.3
26 EUROP
77
33
4.7 CARIBBEAN
2.3
26
9
62
73
70 8
75
66
61
59
182
11,740
37
44
50
7.0
4.1
43
3
43
63
62
65
17
42
40
87
1,350
0.8
1.8
Belarus
SOUTHEAST
ASI
14
0.8
5
1.4
45
16 1.6
3.73.5
1.8
24
45
16
3.7 Antigua
1.8and Barbuda
24
7
660.1
77
74 5
80
30
0.1
0.1
201
20,070
0.1
0.1
98
47
8.1
4.3
42
3
52
62
60
64
24
46
39
74
2,250
Bulgaria
Brunei
16
1.1
2
1.3
36
17 0.3
3.50.6
2.0
26
36
17
3.5 Bahamas
2.0
26
6
660.4
75
72 5
77
84
0.4
0.5
27
21,540
0.5
0.7
39
42
7.3
4.4
42
3
45
65
63
66
33
40
33
38
1,350
Czech
Cambodia
12
0.4
1
1.1
46
10 0.2
3.10.4
1.8
20 Republic
46
10
3.1 Barbados
1.8
20
13
650.3
75
73 8
78
44
0.3
0.3
660
15,080
0.3
75
66
7.3
5.5
45
3
41
55
55
55
16
46
42
142
760
Hungary
Indonesia
11.2
11
0.3
-4
10.7
0.8
45
4.60.4
4.0
1.7
17
45
4.6
4.0 Cuba 1.4
1.7
17
13
70
78
76 8
80
77
74
739.3
101
18,520
9.1
10.9
66
12.1
3.8
21
8
63
74
70
77
42
76
39
618
17,220
1.2
Moldova
Laos19
13
0.5
4
1.2
31
9.8
3.3
2.2
31
9.8
3.3 Curacao
2.2
19
15
690.2
78
74 8
81
348
53
4
7.9
4.1
45
2
62
79
76
82
50
0.2
0.2
600
Poland
Malaysia

21
Dominica
2.0
22
10
0.1
73
71
76
67
0.1
0.1
94
9,800
13
0.5
-6
0.9

21 0.0
0.0
2.0
22
65
85
6.6
5.7
45
3
39
53
51 8
55
31
12
11
31
1,040
0.3
0.8
Romania
Myanmar
02
25
6.2
2.5
31
6
58
73
70
76
67
72
69
213
11,150
10.4
21
1.5
-3
12.0
13.2
1.3
102
25 2.6
6.26.0
2.5
31
53
7
4.8 Dominican
2.4 Republic
24
9
63
80
77 6
83
94
67
64
339
0.4
1.2
Russia
Philippines
16
0.8
-2
0.9
49
9 0.0
4.60.1
2.0
27 g
49
9
4.6
2.0
27
7
64
70
67
73
39
54
52
324
11,120
36
49
8.2 Grenada
4.0
41
3
440.1
65
63 7
66
17
520.1
450.1
421
1,430
0.2
0.2
Slovakia
Singapore
Guadeloupe
0.4
13
7
0.6
-7
0.4
0.4
1.0
37
8.1
4.9
2.2
37
8.1
4.9
2.2
21
15
65
81
77
84
98

238

0.4
0.5
54
11.4
5.8
2.4
22
8
66
73
69
78
54
198
23,270 2014 WORLD
0.0 POPULATION
0.2 DATA SHEET 1421
2014 Population Reference Bureau
See notes on page 18
Ukraine
Thailand
10.8
28
1.9
-3
13.5
16.8
1.6
141
59 0.3
5.80.6
3.4
35 g
41
59
5.8
35
4
47
63
61
65
53
35
31
387
1,710
54
80
7.2 Haiti 3.4
6.6
48
3
41
55
53 9
57
38
15
1
17

0.0
0.2
SOUTHERN
EUR
Timor-Leste
18
1.1
-5
1.0
48
21 2.2
5.52.0
2.3
27
48
21
5.5
2.3
27
8
68
74
71
76
54
73
68
248
8,480
87
78
6.9 Jamaica
7.0
42
3
362.7
55
54 7
56
17
42.9
12.7
18
2,190

P O P U L AT I O N

R E F E R E N C E

Switzerland
53
14
5.2 Panama
2.5
28
7
663.9
76
74 5
79
75
524.8
495.6
52
19,290
20
1.5
2
1.4
53
14 0.8
5.22.7
2.5
28
EASTERN
77
33
4.7 CARIBBEAN
2.3
26
9
62
73
70 8
75
66
61
59
182
11,740
37
43
18
1.1
-4
47
49
1.1
77
3323
4.7
2.3
26 EUROP
Belarus
45
16
3.7 Antigua
1.8and Barbuda
24
7
660.1
77
74 5
80
30
0.1
0.1
201
20,070
14
0.8
5
1.4
45
16 0.1
3.70.1
1.8
24
Bulgaria
36
17
3.5 Bahamas
2.0
26
6
660.4
75
72 5
77
84
0.4
0.5
27
21,540
16
1.1
2
1.3
36
17 0.5
3.50.7
2.0
26
Czech
Barbados
46
10
3.1
1.8
20
13FOR THE
650.3COUNTRIES
75HEALTH, AND
73 8 ENVIRONMENT
78
44AND

0.3
660
15,080
12
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1
0.3
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46REGIONS 10
3.10.4
1.8
20 Republic
POPULATION,
DATA
ESTIMATES
FOR
THE COUNTRIES
AND
OF 0.3
THE WORLD
ENVIRONMENT
DATA
AND
ESTIMATES
AND
REGIONS
OF
THE
WORLD
Hungary
45
4.6
4.0 Cuba 1.7
17
13
70
78
76 8
80
77
74
739.3
101
18,520
10.9
11.2
11
0.3
-4
10.7
0.8
45
4.69.1
4.0
1.7
17
Percent
of Married
Women
Moldova
Curacao
31 Infant
9.8
3.3 Total
2.2
19
15
690.2 Life Expectancy
78
74
81

348

13
8
0.5
4
0.2
0.2
1.2
31
9.8
3.3
2.2
19
at Birth (years)
GNI PPP
Carbon Emissions
c
15-49Using
Poland
a
Dominica

21

22 of Population
10
0.1
73
71 8
76
67
0.1
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13
0.5
-6
0.1 Contraception
0.9

21(million
2.0
22
Fertility
Rateb2.0
Percent
Mortality Rate
Population
per9,800
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Romania
02
25
6.2 Dominican
2.5 Republic
31
6
73
70 6
76
67
72
69
213
11,150
10.4
1.5
-3
12.0
13.2
102
25 2.6
6.26.0
2.5
31
Percent
Both58
Sexes Both21
Sexes
Males
Females
All
Modern
per1.3
Square
($US)
Russia
49
9
4.6 Grenada
2.0
27<15
640.1
70
67 7
73
39
540.1
520.1
324
11,120
16
0.8
-2
0.9
49 d
9 0.0
4.60.1
2.0
27 g
Urban
970
2013*
1970
2013*
Ages
Ages765+
1970
2013*
2013*
2013*
Methods
Methods
Kilometer
2013
1990
2012
Slovakia
ASIA
37
8.1
4.9 Guadeloupe
2.2
21
15
650.4
81
77 7
84
98
0.4
0.4
238
13
0.6
-7
1.0
37
8.10.4
4.90.5
2.2
21
89
38
4.7
2.5
26
8
58
71
69
73
53
63
56
53
14,210
6,127
9,667
g
Ukraine
ASIA
(Excl.
China
41
59
5.8 Haiti 1.6
3.4
35
4
47
63
61 9
65
53
35
31
387
1,710
10.8
28
1.9
-3
13.5
16.8
1.6
141
59 0.3
5.80.6
3.4
35
24
5
2.3
16
17
71
79
75
82
77
70
60
23
37,470
3,883
3,606
SOUTHERN
EUR
WESTERN
48
21
5.5 Jamaica
2.3
27
8
682.7
74
71 7
76
54
732.9
682.7
248
8,480
18
1.1
-5
1.0
48
21 2.2
5.52.0
2.3
27 ASIA
00
42
5.7
2.6
29
6
55
69
67
71
48
61
55
72
8,920
2,029
5,510
Albania
Armenia
40
8
4.6 Martinique
1.9
19
17
660.4
82
79 7
85
89
0.4
0.4
348
12
0.4
-10
1.1
40
8 0.6
4.60.6
1.9
19
19
46
5.8
3.0
32
5
51
67
65
69
46
54
46
63
8,060
1,358
2,884
Andorra
Azerbaijan
Rico
29
8.1
3.2 Puerto4.3
1.6
19
16
723.6
79
75 8
83
99
843.4
723.0
403
22,730
11
0.3
-13
0.8
29
8.1
3.2
1.6
19
50
64
5.7
40
4
44
61
60
62
28
36
30
44
1,970
20
62
Bosnia-Herzego
Bahrain

17
St. Kitts-Nevis
1.6
22
8
0.1
75
73 7
78
32
0.1
0.1
210
20,400
0.0
13
0.6
7
1.2

17
0.1
1.6
22
39
62
6.7
4.7
41
4
45
59
58
60
40
34
28
37
4,470
188
331
Croatia
Cyprus
50
20
6.1 St. Lucia
1.5
23
9
630.2
75
72 8
77
18
0.2
0.2
321
10,350
0.1
0.1
13
0.6
0
1.0
50
20
6.1
1.5
23
38
67
6.7
5.1
43
3
44
57
56
58
37
29
23
41
3,220
125
193
Greece
Georgia
Grenadines 5
64
20
6.0 St. Vincent
2.2 and the32
25
7
650.1
71
70 8
74
49
0.1
0.1
273
10,610
0.0
0.1
17
0.9
-9
1.0
64
2064
6.0
2.2
25
40
33
6.5
3.4
52
69
68
71
51
53
47
28
9,600
139
Italy
Iraq20
46
24
3.6 Trinidad
1.6and Tobago
20
9
651.3
70
66
74
14
431.2
381.0
262
26,210
4.6
12.8
13
10
0.3
-3
0.7
46
2421.5
3.6
1.6
28
26
7.6
2.9
28
6
50
71
69
73
73
61
52
16
12,990
37.7
Kosovo
Israel
AMERICA 32
89
18
4.9 SOUTH 3.5
2.1
26
8
60
75
726
78
82
75
68
23
12,620
161
316
410
17
1.1
467
503
1.2
89
18
4.9
2.1
26 h
69
29
5.9
6
52
71
69
72
43
60
58
88
10,850
20.7
58.7
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national -0
i
Macedonia
income
Jordan
53
11.7
3.1 Argentina
2.3
25
10
66
77
80
92
55
53
15
30.7
53.6
42.7 of Iraqs19
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50.2 Billion 20
59.4of carbon
1.4
53
11.7
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2.3
25
04
14
7.9
2.4
29
5
56
75
73 7
77
78
42
4
28,110
10.0
16.7
tons
Percentage
in
the
United
States.
Malta
Kuwait
worldwide
in9
population
18
29
6.7
28
5
53
71
69
73
59
67
57
75
7,000
6.4
14.3
56
39
6.6 Bolivia2.6
3.2
35
46
6715.
65 7
69
67
61
34
5,750
5.0
10.3under age
26
1.9
0
13.0 emissions
15.8
1.5
156
39 1.5
6.6
3.2
35
By 2050, Africas population is
2012. Up
Montenegro
Lebanon
97
55
6.9
41
3
52
62
60
64
33
9
from 6.1 billion
21
2,370
1.5
3.9
96
20
5.0 Brazil 5.2
1.8
24
7
59
75
716
79
85
80
77
24
14,750
122.1
202.8
15
0.9
0
223.1
226.3
1.1
96estimated to
2057.0
5.0
1.8
24
increase
to 2.4
1990.
Portugal
Oman
58
16
6.4
24
7
51
75
73
77
66
63
67
10,960
7.5
79
7.7
4.0 Chile 2.2
1.9
22
10
62
79
76 6
82
87
64

23
21,030
9.3
24.8
17.7
14
0.9
0
19.6 tons in50
20.2
1.1
79billion, from 7.7
1.9
22
1.13.6
billion in 4.0
2014.
San28
MarinoTerri
Palestinian
68
37
6.6
2.4
27
3
42
68
66
70
82

2
0.0
0.0
78
18
5.6 Colombia
2.3
28
7
61
75
72 6
79
76
79
73
42
11,890
22.0
19
1.3
-2
55.7
61.3
1.3
78
1815.6
5.6
2.3
47.7
Serbia
Qatar
52
66
6.7
5.4
44
3
41
55
54
55
45
17
11
55
3,930
33
01
17
6.1 Ecuador
2.8
31
7
58
75
72 5
78
63
73
59
57
10,310
4.6
9.5
16.0
23
1.8
-0
19.8
23.4
1.5
101
1718
6.1
2.8
31
Slovenia
Saudi
Guiana
55
69
6.8
43
3
42
59
58
61
45
13
70.6
91
1,780
47
10
4.7 French4.9
3.5
34
5
650.3
79
76 3
83
76
0.4

3
0.2
27
2.4
2
2.4
47
10 0.2
4.71.5
3.5
34Arabia
Spain
Syria
Guyana
63
70
6.6
5.9
46
2
39
56
56
57
27
16
15
65
1,560
0.2
0.5
60
29
5.1
2.5
36
3
59
66
64
69
28
43
40
3
6,550
0.3
0.7
20
7
1.3
-15
0.8
0.8
1.0
60
29
5.1
2.5
36
ENVIRONMENT DATA AND ESTIMATES FOR THE COUNTRIES AND REGIONS OFPOPULATION,
THE WORLD HEALTH, AND ENVIRONMENT DATA AND ESTIMATES
OCEANIA
Turkey
09
24
6.9
2.6
30
5
52
75
71 6
79
62
61
57
126
6,220
56
29
5.7 Paraguay
2.8
33
656.9
73
75
59
798.6
70
17
7,640
0.6
1.4
23
1.7
-1
10.1
1.5
56
29 0.0
5.70.1
2.8
33
Net
2050
Percent
of Married12
Women
Australia
United
Peru 4.9
56
7.9
41
3
44
51
50
51
53
18
65
2,900Infant 16 1.6
1.7Total 2.4
18 Infant 75
16
6.3 Total
2.4
29
6
53
75
72 5(years)
77
75
74
24
11,360
5.8
17.8
30.8 Life Expectancy
20
1.5
-3
35.9
40.1
1.3
118
6.3
29 Arab Em
at Birth
Projected 51
bon Emissions
Rate of
Migration 15-49 Using
Population
GNI
PPP
Carbon
Emissions
c
Contraception
Federated
a
b2.6
a 0.5
b2.6
Yemen
Suriname
20
55
6.1
5.6
46
2
38
59
57
60
57
9
8
169
1,620
0.1
0.1
46
20
5.7
28
6
63
71
69
74
70
48
47
3
15,860
0.7
0.6
20
7
1.3
-2
0.7
0.7
1.3
46
20
5.7
28 of State
Fertility
Rate
Percent
of
Population
Fertility
Rate
Percent
Popu
Mortality
Rate
Population
(millions)
Mortality
Rate
million tons)
Population
Births
Deaths
Natural
Rate
Population
as a
per Capita
(million tons)
Fiji 22 CENTRA
SOUTH
10
53
7.0 Uruguay
4.3
38
5
49
61
60
62
51
35
233.6
113
3,880
1.1
2.5
47
9.3
2.9
2.0
22
14
69
77
74
81
94
77
75
20 of
18,930
3.4
9
0.5
-2
1.1
47
9.31.0
2.92.0
2.0
Percent
Both
mid-2014
Sexes
Both
per14
1,000
Sexes
per
Males
1,000
Increase
Females
per
1,000
All3.6
Modern
per
Multiple
Square
($US)
French
Polynesi
CENTRAL
ASIAAg
Urban
90
970
2012
2013*
1970
2013*
Ages
Ages6
(millions)
1970
Population
2013*
Population
2013*
2013*
(%)
Population
mid-2030
Methods
mid-2050
Methods
Kilometer
2014
2013
1970
2013*
1990
2012
1970
2013*
Ages
90
67
6.2 Venezuela
5.1
42<15
365+
37
56
55 5
57
36
6
3
47
1,160
0.3
0.3
54
14.4
5.4
2.4
29
65
75
72
78
89
70
62
33
17,890
33.0
57.0
30.2
20
1.5
0
36.1
40.5
1.3
54 d
14.4
5.4
2.4
29<15
Guam
91
34
5.4
2.2
25
7
4,351
57
18
71
69
7
1.1
-0
46
4,907
66
5,252
60
1.2
136
10,380
91
1,863
34 0.1
5,023
5.40.1
2.2
25
Kazakhstan
27
9,667
44
94
6.1 ASIA 2013*
5.0
41
3
441970
54
532013*
56
44
14
10
48
1,240
970
2013*
1970
<15
65+
Both,
Both,
2013*
Males,
Females,
2013* Percent
Urban
All
Methods
Modern
Methods
Population
GNI
PPP per
1990
2012
Population
Birth
Rate
Death
Rate
Natural73
Increase
Migration
Rate
mid-2030
mid-2050
Population
1970
2013*
1970
2013*
<15
Kiribati
Density
Capita
($US)
(millions)
(%)
Change
(Excl.
14
40
5.9
2.5
2,987
53
21
69
71
1.4
-0
43
3,507
57
3,941
48
1.3
134
114
9,700
1,192
40 Emissions
2,397
5.9
29% of Population
Kyrgyzstan
83
3,606
86 Infant Mortality
54
6.7
4.7 China) 29
43% of Population 6
3
39
60Life Expectancy67
597
61
47
20
19
39
790
0.1
0.2
Total ASIA
Fertility Rate
%Population
Using Contraception
Carbon
(million
tons)
(millions)
Infant Mortality
Total
Fertility Rate2.5
2013
Marshall
22
25
5.8
2.9
30
5
255
56
22
73
71
76
1.7
70
2
322
54
387
37
1.5
53
22,920
122
25
202
5.8
453
2.9
30 Islands
Tajikistan
29
5,510
84
58
6.9 WESTERN
6.1ASIA
48
3
32
55
555
54
35
10
10
13
1,540
0.1
0.2
Nauru
66
10
3.2
1.6
19
11
70
14
74
71
78
0.5
-8
63
55
26
0.9
101
8,140
66
10 1.2
3.21.2
1.6
19
Turkmenistan
58
2,884
10
72
6.8 Armenia
4.1
40
3
493.0
62
609
63
41
93.0
82.8
4
2,850
0.7
0.6
New
18
1.3
0
11.1
12.1
1.3
103
1117.3
4.6
2.2
22Caledonia
03
11
4.6
2.2
22
6
65
74
71
77
53
51
13
110
16,180
13.9
Uzbekistan
20
62
54
54
7.4 Azerbaijan
7.6
50
3
369.5
58
58 6
58
22
14
8
14
910
0.2
0.4
New21Zealand
15
1.3
20
1.4
58
812.4
6.5
2.1
58
8
6.5 Bahrain
2.1
21
2
63
76
75
78
100
62
31
1,901
36,140
3.2
6.7
SOUTH
ASIA
88
331
53
69
5.6
44
3
411.3
52
52 2
53
50
151.6
91.8
192
5,600
22.2
Palau
13
0.6
-2
1.2
26
6 1.3
2.52.1
1.5
17
26
6
2.5
17
12
73
79
77
81
67
1.3
1.4
125
29,570
Afghanistan
25
193
11
43
7.3 Cyprus1.5
5.3
44
3
391.2
63
62 7
65
47
18
16
71
2,240
0.9
2.0
NOTES
Papua
13
11
0.2
-1
1.0
55
11 4.6
2.61.8
1.7
17 New Gui
55
11
2.6
1.7
17
14
67
75
70
79
54
53
35
69
7,040
Bangladesh
64
139
97
92
6.7 Georgia
4.9
42
3
354.8
45
45
46
41
174.8
154.6
88
1,750
0.1
0.2
Samoa
b7.4
of children
born to3a woman during
declared 53
independence
from Serbia
on
2008.
() Indicates
data 71
or53.8
inapplicable.
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ofBhutan
children
born t
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80
2914.3
4.1
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80
29
4.1
40
58
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66
73
33
80 Feb. 17,
15,220
33.3
21.5
37.7
20
66
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4.7
42
47
56
56 5
57
38
15
13
123
1,180
0.2
0.4
Serbia
notrecent
recognized
Kosovos
independence.
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Israel
21
1.6
3orhas
10.5
13.9data
23
3.0
23
3.0
10
72
82
80
84

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32,140
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4.9
44
3
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59 5
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24
39
31
54
1,570
11
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c3.8
prior3.0
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which
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28
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71
71
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72
74
83
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are34
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Maldives
18
1.7
35
6.6 without
1.8
47 from the sources
813.2
23
47
8
2
66
74
73
75
98
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34
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4.3
42
3
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61
28
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0.0
0.0
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than
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44
9infant
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20
9
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20
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12
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60
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77
19
18
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31
2.7
-1
2.1
99
20 0.8
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40
99
20
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3
56
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43
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64
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39
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1.6
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30.8
22
1.8
2
37.4
42.4
1.4
122
1659.4
7.3
2.9
30
22
16
7.3 Saudi Arabia
2.9
30
3
53
74
73
75
81
24

14
53,780
137.9
0.2
1.5
39
42
4.4
42
45
65
634
66
33
40
33
38
1,350
0.3
0.6
Cambodia
22.0
24
2.1
-11
29.9
36.7
1.7
81
1710.2
7.6
3.0
35
81
17
7.6
35
4
59
74
72
78
54
54
38
119

17.9
0.2
0.5
75
66
7.3 Syria 3.0
5.5
45
3
41
55
554
55
16
46
42
142
760
0.2
0.4
Indonesia
77.2
16
1.1
0
88.3
93.3
1.2
145
1039.8
5.7
2.1
25
45
10
5.7
25
8
52
75
71
78
77
73
46
99
18,760
84.9
0.0
0.1
66
12.1
3.8 Turkey2.1
1.4
21
63
74
705
77
42
76
39
618
17,220
0.4
1.2
Arab Emirates
Laos16
15
1.4
22
12.3
15.5
1.6
67
614.2
6.6
1.8
67
6
6.6
16
0
629.4
77
76 1
78
83
28
24
113
58,090
46.7
1.6
1.7
53
4
7.9 United1.8
4.1
45
2
79
82
50

600

Malaysia
26.0
36
2.8
-1
33.6
38.8
1.5
196
68 2.0
7.56.0
4.4
42
96
68
7.5
42
3
41
63
62
64
29
34
29
49
3,820
0.1
0.1
65
85
6.6 Yemen4.4
5.7
45
39
53
51 8
55
31
12
11
31
1,040
0.3
0.8
CENTRAL ASIA
Myanmar
1,874
22
1.6
-1
2,220
2,516
1.3
133
47
5.7
2.5
31
33
47
5.7
31
5
49
67
65
68
33
54
46
174
5,600
397
973
1.1
2.5
53
7
4.8 SOUTH 2.5
2.4
24
9
63
80
77 7
83
94
67
64
339

0.4
1.2
Philippines
67
24
1.8
-1
81
93
1.4
95
41
5.1
2.7
29
95
41
5.1
2.7
29
5
62
68
65
72
47
53
49
17
9,300
126
127
0.3
0.3
36
49
8.2 CENTRAL
4.0ASIA
41
3
44
65
63 6
66
17
52
45
421
1,430
0.2
0.2
Singapore
17.3
23
1.5
-0
20.3
24.5
1.4
81
2878.5
3.5
2.7
25
81
28
3.5
2.7
25
7
63
70
65
74
55
51
50
6
20,570
79.6
0.1
0.1
54
11.4
5.8 Kazakhstan
2.4
22
8
66
73
69 8
78
54

198
23,270
0.0
0.2
2014 Population Reference Bureau
See notes on page 18
2014 WORLD POPULATION DATA SHEET 15
Thailand
28
2.1
-1
1.6
105
27 3.3
4.91.8
3.2
31
05
27
4.9
3.2
31
4
61
70
66
74
34
36
34
29
3,070
0.1
0.2
54
80
7.2 Kyrgyzstan
6.6
48
3
415.8
55
53 7
57
38
157.5
19.4
17

0.0
0.2
Timor-Leste
34
2.7
-5
11.2
14.8
1.8
129
57 2.2
6.90.8
3.8
36
29
57
6.9 Tajikistan
3.8
36
3
60
67
64
71
26
28
26
58
2,500
0.1
0.2
87
78
7.0
42
368.3
55
54 7
56
17
4
1
18
2,190

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47
8
7.2 Kuwait2.4
23
2
6.4
14.3
44
9
5.0 Lebanon
1.5
20
9
1.5
3.9
20
9
7.3 Oman 2.8
22
3
3.6
7.5
99
20
7.9 Palestinian
4.1 Territory40
3
0.0
0.0
Qatar
43
6.9
2.1
14
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18
337
ENVIRONMENT
DATA
AND
ESTIMATES
22
16
7.3 Saudi Arabia
2.9
30
3
0.2
1.5
Syria 3.0
81
7.6 Total
35
4
0.2 Infant 17
0.5
a
Turkey
45
10
5.7
25 of Population
8
0.0
0.1
Fertility
Rateb2.1
Percent
Mortality Rate
Arab Emirates
67
6
6.6 United1.8
16
0
1.6
1.7
96
68
7.5 Yemen
4.4
42<15
970
2013*
1970
2013*
Ages
Ages365+
0.1
0.1
CENTRAL ASIA
33
47
5.7
31
5
89
38
4.7 SOUTH 2.5
26
8
1.1
2.5
95
41
5.1
2.7
29
5
24
5
2.3 CENTRAL
1.6ASIA
16
17
0.3
0.3
81
28
3.5
2.7
25
7
00
42
5.7 Kazakhstan
2.6
29
6
0.1
0.1
05
27
4.9
3.2
31
4
19
46
5.8 Kyrgyzstan
3.0
32
5
0.1
0.2
29
57
6.9
3.8
36
3
0.1
0.2
50
64
5.7 Tajikistan
4.3
40
4
16
47
6.3
2.4
28
4
0.7
0.6
39
62
6.7 Turkmenistan
4.7
41
89
44
6.5
2.4
28
4
0.2
0.4
38
67
6.7 Uzbekistan
5.1
43
3
ASIA
34
47
5.8
31
5
12.4
22.2
40
33
6.5 SOUTH 2.5
3.4
32
08
74
7.7
5.1
46
2
0.9
2.0
28
26
7.6 Afghanistan
2.9
28
6
65
33
7.0
2.2
29
5
69
29
5.9 Bangladesh
3.5
32
6
0.1
0.2
74
47
6.7
30
5
04
14
7.9 Bhutan2.5
2.4
29
0.2
0.4
29
44
5.5
31
5
18
29
6.7 India 2.4
2.6
28
11
17
39
16
6.4
24
5
97
55
6.9 Iran 1.8
5.2
41
3
0.1
0.1
61
9
7.2
2.3
26
5
58
16
6.4 Maldives
2.2
24
7
0.0
0.0
66
46
6.0
34
5
68
37
6.6 Nepal 2.4
27
3
0.1
0.2
23
74
6.6
3.8
38
4
52
66
6.7 Pakistan
5.4
44
3
0.1
49
9
4.3
2.1
26
8
55
69
6.8 Sri Lanka
4.9
43
3
0.8
1.8
89
28
5.7
2.4
6
63
70
6.6 SOUTHEAST
5.9 ASIA 27
46
2
1.6
3.5
34
4
5.8
25
5
09
24
6.9 Brunei1.6
2.6
30
0.3
0.6
23
45
6.5
2.8
31
6
56
75
7.9 Cambodia
4.9
41
3
0.2
0.4
09
32
5.5
2.6
29
5
20
55
6.1 Indonesia
5.6
46
2
0.4
1.2
43
68
6.0
35
4
10
53
7.0 Laos 3.2
4.3
38
5
42
7
4.9
2.1
26
6
90
67
6.2 Malaysia
5.1
42
3
0.3
0.8
16
49
6.0
2.0
25
5
44
94
6.1 Myanmar
5.0
41
3
0.4
1.2
63
23
6.3
3.0
34
4
86
54
6.7 Philippines
4.7
43
3
0.2
0.2
22
2.0
3.2
1.2
16
11
84
58
6.9 Singapore
6.1
48
3
0.0
0.2
69
11
5.6
1.8
18
10
10
72
6.8 Thailand
4.1
40
3
0.0
0.2
86
63
5.9
5.7
42
5
54
54
7.4 Timor-Leste
7.6
50
3
55
15
6.5 Vietnam
2.1
24
7
53
69
5.6
44
3
1.0
2.0
49
14
4.9
1.5
16
11
11
43
7.3 EAST ASIA
5.3
44
3
0.2
1.1
51
15
5.5
16
10
97
92
6.7 China 1.6
4.9
42
3
1.0
1.0
Hong Kong 11
SAR f
21
1.6
3.3
15
20
66
7.1 China,1.1
4.7
42
3
4.0
3.0
Macao SAR f11
31
3
2.2
8
34
57
7.1 China,1.2
4.9
44
3
5
14
14
1.9
2.1
13
26
39
87
7.3 Japan 1.4
6.1
45
2
1.2
8.4
North
51
26
4.3
22
9
34
36
7.1 Korea,2.0
4.3
42
3
0.5
2.0
South
50
2.9
4.5
15
12
12
55
6.8 Korea,1.2
3.4
34
4
0.1
0.1
12
26
7.6
2.9
28
4
51
42
6.7 Mongolia
4.7
43
2
0.0
0.1
27
3.7
3.9
14
12
44
50
7.0 Taiwan1.1
4.1
43
3
0.3
0.6
27
6
2.3
1.6
16
17
98
47
8.1 EUROPE
4.3
42
3
1.1
0.9
25
4
2.4
1.5
16
18
39
42
7.3 EUROPEAN
4.4 UNION
42
3
0.0
1.4
17
3
2.3
1.8
18
17
75
66
7.3 NORTHERN
5.5 EUROPE
45
3
1.3
0.7
24
2.9
2.1
1.7
16
66
12.1
3.8 Channel
1.4Islands 15
21
8
0.0
0.0
14
2.0
1.7
17
18
53
4
7.9 Denmark
4.1
45
2
92
1283.0
22
2.1
2.2
16
18
0.6
1.5
65
85
6.6 Estonia1.5
5.7
45
3
13
1.8
1.8
16
19
0.0
53
7
4.8 Finland1.8
2.4
24
9
13
1.8
2.8
21
13
0.0
0.9
36
49
8.2 Iceland1.9
4.0
41
3
20
3.3
3.9
22
12
91.0
125.7
54
11.4
5.8 Ireland2.0
2.4
8
2014 Population Reference Bureau
20
3.6
2.0
14
19
0.1
0.3
54
80
7.2 Latvia 1.5
6.6
48
3
23
3.6
2.4
1.6
15
18
98
2,032
87
78
6.9 Lithuania
7.0
42
3

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663.7
74
73 2
75
98
525.1
396.6
205
18
1.7
35
1.8
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80
78 4
82
87
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345.3
478
13
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20
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76
75 2
78
75
325.4
256.3
13
20
1.8
39
1.6
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73
71 4
74
83
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419.1
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31
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78 1 ENVIRONMENT
79
100
38
3.0
206
11
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POPULATION,
DATA
ESTIMATES
FOR
THE COUNTRIES
THE
AND
REGIONS
OF
THE
WORLD
53
74
73 4
75
81
24

14
30.8
22
1.8
2
37.4
42.4
1.4
Percent
of Married38
Women
59
74
72 4(years)
78
54
54
119
22.0 Life Expectancy
24
2.1
-11
29.9
36.7
1.7
at Birth
c
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Using Contraception
52
75
71 5
78
77
46
99
77.2
16
1.1
0
88.3
93.3
1.2
Population
77
76 1
78
83
28
24
113
9.4
1.4
22
12.3
15.5
Percent
Both62
Sexes
Both15
Sexes
Males
Females
All
Modern
per1.6
Square
41
63
62 8
64
29
34
29
49
26.0
36
2.8
-1
33.6
38.8
1.5
Urban
1970
2013*
2013*
2013*
Methods
Methods
Kilometer
49
67
65
68
33
54
46
174
1,874
22
1.6
-1
2,220
2,516
1.3
58
71
69 7
73
53
63
56
53
62
68
65
72
47
53
49
17
67
24
1.8
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81
93
1.4
71
79
75 6
82
77
70
60
23
63
70
65
74
55
51
50
6
17.3
23
1.5
-0
20.3
24.5
1.4
55
69
67 8
71
48
61
55
72
61
70
66
74
34
36
34
29
28
2.1
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1.6
515.8
67
65 7
69
46
547.5
469.4
63
60
67
64
71
26
28
26
58
34
2.7
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61
60 7
62
28
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30
44
58
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61
70
47
48
46
11
22
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59
58 8
60
40
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286.6
37
63
68
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51
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59
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44
57
56 5
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29
23
41
49
67
65
68
32
54
46
266
1,806
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52
69
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51
53
47
28
37
61
59
62
24
21
20
48
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35
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50
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61
52
16
48
70
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71
26
61
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1,101
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20
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72
43
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58
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4
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47
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52
62
60 5
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21
44
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41
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27
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77
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67
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67
69
17
50
43
184
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22
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70
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2
53
65
63
66
35
35
25
244
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41
55
54 8
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17
11
55
64
74
71
77
15
68
53
315
20.7
18
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22.5
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42
59
58 6
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45
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48
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55
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39
56
56 7
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16
15
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67
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126
42
63
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20
51
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82
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44
51
50 6
51
53
18
12
65
52
71
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73
50
62
58
132
251.5
20
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306.7
365.3
1.5
38
59
57 6
60
57
9
8
169
46
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69
34
50
42
29
26
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1.3
496.8
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60 6
62
51
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113
64
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73
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71
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32
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17
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3
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37
56
555
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3
47
51
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31
46
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17
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54
539
56
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14
10
48
61
69
65
72
63
55
37
334
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24
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39
60
596
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47
20
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13
60
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47
79
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129
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12
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0
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49
62
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40
62
61
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30
22
21
81
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10
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0
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58
58
22
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60
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76
32
76
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273
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52
52 7
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58
82
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136
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0
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63
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45
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15
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69
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62
24
39
31
54
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54
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8
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44
54
52
56
10
22
18
377
60
69
65
73
60
71
65
206
24.9
15
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26.7
27.0
1.1
48
61
599
61
28
19
13
335
61
81
78
85
81
80
70
507
50.4
9
0.3
0
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1.0
49
62
605
63
77
19
18
38
55
67
64
72
68
55
50
2
28
2.3
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1.5
412.9
63
606
65
21
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74.3
56
68
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83
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650
8
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1
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63
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17
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40
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70
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32
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11
11
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62
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24
46
39
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10
10
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45
65
63
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33
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12
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2
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119
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41
55
559
55
16
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42
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82
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84
31
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11
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0
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42
76
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618
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77
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10
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5
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600
70
76
71
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68
63
58
29
11
12
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-5
0.9
391.3
53
51
55
31
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31
70
81
78
84
85
77
75
16
11
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3
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77 9
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339
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81
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95
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0.4
3
13
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5
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440.3
65
63 7
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52
45
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81
78
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60
65
61
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15
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5.7
198
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70
74
69
79
68
68
56
31
10
14
-0.4
-12
0.7
412.0
55
53
57
38
151.6
11.4
17
71
74
68
79
67
63
50
45
10
14
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-6
0.9
362.9
55
54
56
17
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18

88,170
26.4
47
813.2
7.2
2.4
23
17,390
44
9 2.5
5.05.8
1.5
20
52,170
16.1
120
9 3.1
7.3
2.8
22
4,900
99
20
7.90.7
4.1
40
123,860
24.7
43REGIONS OF
7 3.2
6.9
2.1
14
AND
THE WORLD
53,780
137.9
122
1659.4
7.3
2.9
30
17.9
81
1710.2
7.6
3.0
35
GNI PPP
Carbon Emissions
18,760
39.8 tons)5.7
84.9
145
10(million
2.1
25
per
Capita
58,090
46.7
67
614.2
6.6
1.8
16
($US)
d
3,820
196
68
7.56.0
4.4
42
2013
19902.0
2012
ASIA 31
5,600
397
973
133
47
5.7
2.5
14,210
6,127
9,667
ASIA 29
(Excl. China
9,300
126
127
95
41
5.1
2.7
37,470
3,883
3,606
WESTERN
20,570
79.6
81
2878.5
3.5
2.7
25 ASIA
8,920
2,029
5,510
Armenia
3,070
105
27 3.3
4.91.8
3.2
31
8,060
1,358
2,884
Azerbaijan
2,500
2.2
0.8
129
5720
6.9
3.8
36
1,970
62
Bahrain
12,920
8.4
15.1
116
47
6.3
2.4
28
4,470
188
331
Cyprus
5,340
34.0
30.0
89
44
6.5
2.4
28
3,220
125
193
Georgia
5,460
271
845
134
47
5.8
2.5
31
9,600
64
139
Iraq46
2,000
0.7
2.4
208
7421.5
7.7
5.1
12,990
37.7
Israel
2,810
4.2
17.7
165
3320.7
7.0
2.2
29
10,850
58.7
Jordan
7,210
0.0
0.1
174
4710.0
6.7
2.5
30
28,110
16.7
Kuwait
5,350
188.3
611.2
129
44
5.5
2.4
31
7,000
6.4
14.3
Lebanon
15,600
164.5
139
1657.6
6.4
1.8
24
2,370
1.5
3.9
Oman
9,890
161
9 0.0
7.20.3
2.3
26
10,960
3.6
7.5
Palestinian
Terri
2,260
166
46 0.2
6.01.1
2.4
34

0.0
0.0
Qatar
4,920
44.1
123
7418.7
6.6
3.8
38
3,930
18
33
Saudi
9,470
49
9 1.0
4.33.8
2.1
26Arabia
1,780
0.2
1.5
Syria27
9,130
116
356
89
28
5.7
2.4
1,560
0.2
0.5
Turkey
68,090
34
4 1.8
5.82.7
1.6
25
6,220
0.0
0.1
United
2,890
123
45 0.1
6.51.2
2.8
31 Arab Em
2,900
1.6
1.7
Yemen
9,260
130.0
109
3240.8
5.5
2.6
29
1,620
0.1
0.1
SOUTH
4,570
143
68 0.1
6.00.5
3.2
35 CENTRA
3,880
1.1
2.5
CENTRAL
22,460
59.0
42
715.4
4.9
2.1
26 ASIA
1,160
0.3
0.3
Kazakhstan

116
49 1.2
6.02.7
2.0
25
1,240
0.1
0.1
Kyrgyzstan
7,820
23.6
63
2311.4
6.3
3.0
34
790
0.1
0.2
Tajikistan
76,850
12.8
22
2.0
3.23.6
1.2
16
1,540
0.1
0.2
Turkmenistan
13,510
88.1
69
1126.1
5.6
1.8
18
2,850
0.7
0.6
Uzbekistan
6,410

186
63 0.2
5.90.1
5.7
42
910
0.4
SOUTH
5,030
6.0
45.0
55
1512.4
6.5
2.1
24 ASIA
5,600
22.2
Afghanistan
14,440
1,149
3,241
49
14 0.9
4.92.0
1.5
16
2,240
Bangladesh
11,850
671.1
2,625.7
51
15
5.50.2
1.6
16
1,750
0.1
Bhutan
54,260
10.5
21
1.67.5
3.3
1.1
11
1,180
0.2
0.4
India
112,180
0.3
0.3
31
311
2.2
1.2
11
1,570
17
Iran13
37,630
298.6
342.3
14
1.90.1
2.1
1.4
820
0.1
Maldives
20.5
51
2666.8
4.3
2.0
22
1,560
0.0
0.0
Nepal
33,440
67.3
166.7
50
2.9
4.5
1.2
15
0.1
0.2
Pakistan
8,810
112
26 2.7
7.63.3
2.9
28
1,180

0.1
Sri Lanka
34.3
71.6
27
3.7
3.9
1.1
14
1,350
0.8
1.8
SOUTHEAST
ASI
30,010
2,077
1,619
27
6 1.6
2.33.5
1.6
16
2,250
Brunei
34,220
1,161
967
25
4 0.3
2.4
1.5
16
1,350
0.6
Cambodia
37,860
233
201
17
3 0.2
2.3
1.8
18
760
0.4
Indonesia

24
2.90.4
2.11.2
1.7
15
17,220
Laos17
44,440
13.6
10.0
14
3.0
2.0
1.7

Malaysia
24,230
22
2.16.9
2.25.3
1.5
16
1,040
0.3
0.8
Myanmar
38,480
14.1
13.1
13
1.8
1.8
1.8
16
0.4
1.2
Philippines
38,870
13
1.80.5
2.80.5
1.9
21
1,430
0.2
0.2
Singapore
35,090
20
3.38.6
3.99.9
2.0
22
23,270
0.0
0.2
2014 WORLD POPULATION DATA SHEET 16
Thailand
21,390
20
3.64.1
2.02.1
1.5
14
0.0
0.2
Timor-Leste
23,080
23
3.66.7
2.43.7
1.6
15
2,190

P O P U L AT I O N

R E F E R E N C E

12
26
7.6 Mongolia
2.9
28
4
552.9
28
67
64 6
72
2.3
-0
68
553.5
504.3
1.52
112
8,810
26 2.7
7.63.3
2.9
28
0.0
0.1
27
3.7
3.9 Taiwan1.1
14
12
68
80
8
76 7
83
0.1
73
1
71
23.5

21.0
0.9
650
27
3.7
34.3
3.9
71.6
1.1
14
23.4
0.3
0.6
27
6
2.3 EUROPE
1.6
16
17
741
70
11
78
74
11
81
0.0
72
2
746
70
726
57
1.0
32
30,010
27
2,077
6
1,619
2.3
1.6
16
1.1
0.9
507
10
10
0.0
1
517
514
1.0
25
4
2.4
1.5
16
25
4
2.4 EUROPEAN
1.5 UNION
16
18
71
80
77
83
72
72
61
116
34,220
1,161
967
0.0
1.4
NORTHERN
102
12
0.3
2 AND
111
119
1.2
17REGIONS OF
3 THE WORLD
2.3
1.8
18
17
3
2.3
1.8 EUROPE
18
17FOR THE
72 COUNTRIES
80HEALTH, AND
78 9 ENVIRONMENT
83
79
80
78 THE COUNTRIES
56
37,860
233
201
1.3
0.7
POPULATION,
DATA
ESTIMATES
FOR
AND
ENVIRONMENT
DATA
AND
ESTIMATES
AND
REGIONS
OF
THE
WORLD
11
0.3
0
1.1
24
2.9
2.1
1.7
15
24
2.9
2.1 Channel
1.7Islands 15
16
720.2
82
79 8
84
31
0.2
0.2
835
0.0
0.0
Percent
of Married
Women
10
0.1
5
6.1
1.1
14
3.0
2.0
1.7
17
14
3.0
2.0 Denmark
1.7
17
18
735.6
80
78 9
82
87
775.9
131
44,440
13.6
10.0
92
128
Total
Life Expectancy at Birth (years)
Infant
GNI PPP
Carbon Emissions
c
15-4963Using
Estonia
a2.1
11
12
-0.1
-5
1.2 Contraception
0.9
22
2.1
1.5
16
22
2.2
16 of Population
18
701.3
76
71
81
68
581.2
29
24,230
6.9 tons)2.25.3
0.6
Fertility
Rateb1.5
Percent
Mortality Rate1.5
Population
per
Capita
(million
5.5
0.1
3
13
1.8
1.8
1.8
16
13
1.8
1.8 Finland1.8
16
19
81
78 9
84
85
77
756.1
16
38,480
14.1
13.1
0.0
Percent
Both70
Sexes
Both11
Sexes
Males
Females
All5.8
Modern
per1.1
Square
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13
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4
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63
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40
65
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0.5
0.7
09
24
6.9 Bulgaria
2.6
30
5
527.2
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79
62
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126
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10
10
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12
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20
55
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5.6
46
2
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59
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11
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53
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2.6
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14
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0.4
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58
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0.3
0.6
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54
54
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0.6
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44
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39
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11 0.0

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68
3
42,540
78.4
101.2
Myanmar
53
7
4.8 Australia
2.4
24
9
63
80
77 6
83
94
67
64
339
0.4
1.2
5.8
17.8
24
1.9
-19
0.9
63
29 0.2
6.90.0
3.5
34
63
29
6.9
3.5
62
70
69
72
22
0.1
70
147
3,840

Philippines
36
49
8.2 Federated
4.0 States of34
41Micronesia 4
3
440.1
65
63 5
66
17
52
450.1
421
1,430
0.2
0.5
0.7
21
1.4
-6
1.2
44
15 0.2
4.50.4
2.5
29
44
15
4.5
2.5
29
5
60
70
67
73
51
29
1.0
47
7,610
Singapore
54
11.4
5.8 Fiji
2.4
22
8
660.9
73
69 8
78
54
0.9
198
23,270
0.0
0.2
1.0
2.0
2014 Population Reference Bureau
See notes on page 18
2014 WORLD POPULATION DATA SHEET 17
Polynesia 25
17
1.1
-6
1.2
76
5.10.2
5.10.3
2.1
25
76
5.1
5.1
6
60
76
73
78
51
0.3

68
Thailand
54
80
7.2 French2.1
6.6
48
3
410.3
55
53 6
57
38
15
10.3
17
0.0
0.2
33.0
57.0
22
1.7
-6
1.6
45
13.4
4.4
3.1
27
13.4
4.4
27
7
66
78
75
81
93
67
58
293
Timor-Leste
87
78
6.9 Guam 3.1
7.0
42
3
360.2
55
54 5
56
17
40.2
10.3
18
2,190
045
2012

P O P U L AT I O N

R E F E R E N C E

29
3.2
2.4 Italy 1.4
14
21
71
82
8010
84
68
6363.4
4163.5
204
34,100
113.9
102.4
61.3
9
-0.1
3
1.0
29
3.2
2.4
1.4
14
4.6
12.8
h
Kosovo

11

2.0
28
7
1.8
69
67 4
71
38
60 2.0
16 1.9
169
8,940
15
1.1
-2
1.0

11

2.0
28
61
316
88
10
3.0 Macedonia
1.5 i
17
12
662.1
75
73 9
77
65
40 2.0
13 1.8
80
11,520
11
0.2
1
0.9
88
10 4.4
3.03.1
1.5
17
30.7
53.6
28
5.7
2.0 Malta 1.4
15
16
710.4
80
78 8
82
100
86 0.4
46 0.4
1,351
26,400
0.6
10
0.2
7
0.9
28
5.7
2.00.7
1.4
15
1.5
5.0
Montenegro
40
5.2
2.7
1.7
19
13FOR THE
700.6COUNTRIES
74HEALTH, AND
7210 ENVIRONMENT
77
64 AND
39
17 THE
45
14,600
0.8
12
0.3
-3
0.7
0.8 COUNTRIES
1.2
40REGIONS OF
5.2
2.70.7
1.7
19
57.0
122.1
POPULATION,
DATA
ESTIMATES
FOR
AND
THE WORLD
ENVIRONMENT
DATA
AND
ESTIMATES
AND
REGIONS
OF
THE
WORLD
58
3.0
3.0 Portugal
1.2
15
19
67
80
7710
83
61
87 9.9
83 9.1
113
25,350
11.5
14.4
10.4
8
-0.2
-4
0.9
58
3.0
3.0
1.2
15
9.3
24.8
Percent
of Married
Women
San Marino
Infant 22.0
6.4
2.2 Total
1.5
15
18
0.03 Life Expectancy
84
82 7(years)
86
94
0.04
541
10
0.3
5
0.04
1.1

6.4
2.2
1.5
15
15.6
at Birth
GNI PPP
Carbon Emissions
c
15-4961Using
a5.4
Serbia
59
2.4
14 of Population
18
687.1
75
7214
77
59
22 6.4
92
12,020
17.6 tons)2.4
13.1
9
-0.5
0
6.7 Contraception
0.9
59
5.4
1.4
14
4.6
Fertility
Rateb1.4
Percent
Mortality Rate9.5
Population
per
Capita
(million
25
2.9
2.2 Slovenia
1.5
15
17
80
77 9
83
50
79
63 2.1
102
27,680
5.1
2.1
0.1
-0
25
2.9
2.24.3
1.5
15
0.2
0.2
Percent
Both69
Sexes
Both10
Sexes
Males
Females
All2.1
Modern
per1.0
Square
($US)
21
3.1
2.9 Spain2013*
1.3
15<15
1865+
72
82
79 8
85
77
6644.5
6242.3
92
31,850
59.7
75.7
46.5
9
0.1
-4
0.9
21 d
3.1
2.9
1.3
15
Urban
970
2013*
1970
Ages
Ages
1970
2013*
2013*
2013*
Methods
Methods
Kilometer
2013
1990
2012
0.3
0.5
43
21
3.4
2.4
24
11
66
77
75
79
70
62
58
5
30,100
112
39
18
1.1
6
48
60
1.6
43
2186
3.4
2.4 ASIA 24
89
38
4.7 OCEANIA
2.5
26
8
58
71
69 7
73
53
63
56
53
14,210
6,127
9,667
0.6
1.4
(Excl. China
18
3.3
2.9
1.9
19
14
71
82
80
84
89
72
68
3
42,540
78.4
101.2
23.5
13
0.7
10
28.6
36.4
1.5
18
3.3
2.9
1.9 ASIA 19
24
5
2.3 Australia
1.6
16
17
79
75 6
82
77
70
60
23
37,470
3,883
3,606
5.8
17.8
63
29
6.9
3.5
34
62
70
69
72
22
0.1
70
147
3,840
24
1.9
-19
0.9
63
29
6.90.0
3.5 WESTERN
34 ASIA
00
42
5.7 Federated
2.6 States of
29Micronesia 4
6
550.1
69
67 5
71
48
61
55 0.1
72
8,920
2,029
5,510
0.5
0.7
Armenia
44
15
4.5
29
5
60
70
67
73
51
29
1.0
47
7,610
21
1.4
-6
1.2
44
15 0.2
4.50.4
2.5
29
19
46
5.8 Fiji 2.5
3.0
32
510.9
67
65 8
69
46
54 0.9
46
63
8,060
1,358
2,884
1.0
2.0
Azerbaijan
Polynesia 25
76
5.1
5.1
6
60
76
73
78
51
0.3
0.3
68
0.2
0.3
17
1.1
-6
1.2
76
5.1
5.1
2.1
25
50
64
5.7 French2.1
4.3
40
4
440.3
61
60 6
62
28
36
30
44
1,970
20
62
33.0
57.0
Bahrain
Guam
45
13.4
4.4
3.1
27
7
66
78
75
81
93
67
58
293

0.2
22
5
1.7
-6
0.2
0.3
1.6
45
13.4
4.4
3.1
27
39
62
6.7
4.7
41
4
45
59
58
60
40
34
28
37
4,470
188
331
0
2012
Cyprus
14
6.1
35
4
51
62
58
66
54
22
18
153
2,780
0.0
0.0
30
2.1
-1
1.9
114
45
6.1
3.8
35
38
67
6.7 Kiribati3.8
5.1
43
3
440.1
57
56 9
58
37
29 0.2
23 0.2
41
3,220
125
193
Emissions (million 45
tons)
Georgia
Marshall

26

4.1
2
0.1
70
67
73
74
45
42
304
4,620
0.0
30
2.5
-17
1.3

2664
0.0
4.1
40
40
33
6.5
3.4Islands 40
32
5
52
69
68 4
71
51
53 0.1
47 0.1
28
9,600
139
Iraq37
Nauru 4.3

39

37
1
0.01
60
58
63
100
36
23
503
0.0
0.0
36
2.9
-9
1.6

3921.5

4.3
28
26
7.6
2.9
28
6
50
71
69 8
73
73
61 0.1
52 0.1
16
12,990
37.7
Israel
59
5
5.3
2.2
24
8
62
77
74
81
62
0.3
0.3
14
0.4
1.2
17
1.2
4
1.3
59
520.7
5.3
2.2
24
69
29
5.9 New Caledonia
3.5
32
6
520.3
71
69 5
72
43
60
58
88
10,850
58.7
Jordan
17
4.4
3.2
2.0
20
14
71
81
80
83
86
75
72
16
30,750
6.5
8.9
13
0.7
5
1.3
17
4.4
3.2
2.0
20
04
14
7.9 New Zealand
2.4
29
5
564.3
75
73 7
77
78
42 4.9
20 5.5
4
28,110
10.0
16.7
Kuwait
Palau 1.7

11

20
6
0.02
72
69 9
75
84
33
30
39
14,540

0.1
14
0.5
0
1.0

11 6.4

1.7
20
18
29
6.7
2.6
28
5
53
71
73
59
67 0.1
57 0.1
75
7,000
14.3
Lebanon
New Guinea39
06
48
6.2
3
46
62
6010
65
13
32
24
16
2,430
33
2.3
0
10.5
14.2
1.9
106
48 0.6
6.20.9
4.3
39
97
55
6.9 Papua4.3
5.2
41
527.6
64
33
9

21
2,370
1.5
3.9
Oman
73
16
7.2
39
5
55
74
73 5
76
20
29
27
68
4,840
29
2.4
-24
1.3
73
16 0.0
7.20.1
4.7
39
58
6.4 Samoa4.7
2.2
24
7
510.2
75
77
66
63 0.2
50 0.2
67
10,960
3.6
7.5
Palestinian
Terri
98
26
6.9
4.1
3
54
70
67
74
20
35
27
22
1,810
31
2.6
0
0.6
98
26 0.0
6.90.1
4.1
39
68
37
6.6 Solomon
2.4 Islands 39
27
420.6
68
66 5
70
82
0.9
0.4
2
0.0
Qatar
40
17
5.9
37
6
65
71
69
73
23
0.1
23
138
5,450
0.0
0.1
27
2.0
-19
1.2
40
1718
5.9
3.9
37
52
66
6.7 Tonga 3.9
5.4
44
3
410.1
55
54 7
55
45
17
11 0.1
55
3,930
33
Saudi
Tuvalu3.2

10

33
5
0.01
70
67
72
51
31
22
436
5,990

25
1.6
0
1.8

10 0.2
1.5
3.2
33Arabia
55
69
6.8
4.9
43
3
42
59
58 9
61
45
13 0.1
7 0.1
91
1,780
Syria39
08
21
6.3
4.4
39
4
52
71
70
73
24
38
37
22
2,840
29
2.4
0
1.8
108
21 0.0
6.30.0
4.4
63
70
6.6 Vanuatu
5.9
46
2
390.3
56
56 5
57
27
16 0.4
15 0.5
65
1,560
0.2
0.5
Turkey
09
24
6.9
2.6
30
5
521970
75
712013*
79Increase
62
61
57Methods
126
1970
2013*
1970
2013*
<15
65+
Both,
Both,
2013*
Males,
Females,
2013* Percent
Urban
Allmid-2030
Methods
Modern
Population
GNI6,220
PPP per
1990
2012
Population
Birth
Rate
Death
Rate
Natural
Migration
Rate
mid-2050
1970
2013*0.0
19700.1
2013*
<15
Density
Capita
($US)
(millions)
(%)
Change
United% Arab
Em
56 Infant Mortality75
7.9
41% of Population 3
44
51 Life Expectancy50
51
53
18
12
65
2,900
1.6 (million Total
1.7Fertility Rate
Total Fertility Rate4.9
%Population
Using Contraception
Carbon Emissions
tons)
(millions)
Infant Mortality
of Populatio
2013
Yemen
20
55
6.1
5.6
46
2
38
59
57
60
57
9
8
169
1,620
0.1
0.1
SOUTH CENTRA
10
53
7.0
4.3
38
5
49
61
60
62
51
35
23
113
3,880
1.1
2.5
CENTRAL ASIA
90
67
6.2
5.1
42
3
37
56
55
57
36
6
3
47
1,160
0.3
0.3
Kazakhstan
44
94
6.1
5.0
41
3
44
54
53
56
44
14
10
48
1,240
0.1
0.1
Kyrgyzstan
86
54
6.7
4.7
43
3
39
60
59
61
47
20
19
39
790
0.1
0.2
Tajikistan
84
58
6.9
6.1
48
3
32
55
55
54
35
10
10
13
1,540
0.1
0.2
Turkmenistan
10
72
6.8
4.1
40
3
49
62
60
63
41
9
8
4
2,850
0.7
0.6
Uzbekistan
54
54
7.4
7.6
50
3
36
58
58
58
22
14
8
14
910
0.2
0.4
SOUTH ASIA
53
69
6.5
5.6
44
3
41
52
52
53
50
15
9
192
5,600
12.4
22.2
Afghanistan
11
43
7.3
5.3
44
3
39
63
62
65
47
18
16
71
2,240
0.9
2.0
Bangladesh
97
92
6.7
4.9
42
3
35
45
45
46
41
17
15
88
1,750
0.1
0.2
Bhutan
20
66
7.1
4.7
42
3
47
56
56
57
38
15
13
123
1,180
0.2
0.4
India
34
57
7.1
4.9
44
3
45
60
59
62
24
39
31
54
1,570
11
17
Iran
39
87
7.3
6.1
45
2
44
54
52
56
10
22
18
377
820
0.1
0.1
Maldives
34
36
7.1
4.3
42
3
48
61
59
61
28
19
13
335
1,560
0.0
0.0
Nepal
12
55
6.8
3.4
34
4
49
62
60
63
77
19
18
38

0.1
0.2
Pakistan
51
42
6.7
4.7
43
2
41
63
60
65
21
8
7
56
1,180

0.1
NOTES
Sri Lanka
44
50
7.0
4.1
43
3
43
63
62
65
17
42
40
87
1,350
0.8
1.8
data unavailable
b 62Average number
during
h Kosovo
independence 1.6
from Serbia on
98
47() Indicates8.1
4.3 or inapplicable.
42
3
52
60 of children
64 born to a woman
24
46 her lifetime.
39
74 declared
2,250
3.5Feb. 17, 2008. SOUTHEAST ASI
Serbia has not recognized Kosovos independence.
c 65Data prior to
2013 or most
recent year42
for which data3 are available.
Brunei
39
42* Denotes7.3
4.4
45
632008 are shown
66 in italics. 33
40
33
38
1,350
0.3
0.6
i The142
Republic. 0.2
former Yugoslav
Rates shown 3with decimals
d 55Data prior to
Cambodia
75
66a Infant deaths
7.3 per 1,000
5.5live births.45
41
552013 are shown
55 in italics. 16
46
42
760
0.4
national statistics
Indonesia
e 74The status of
66
12.1 indicate3.8
1.4 reported
21as completely
8 registered,
63
70Western Sahara
77 is disputed
42by Morocco.
76
39
618
17,220
For additional
notes
and sources, see0.4
page 19. 1.2
while those without are estimates from the sources cited on the
53
4
7.9
4.1
45
2
62
79Special Administrative
76
82
50

600

f
Region.
Data prepared by PRB demographers Carl Haub and Toshiko Kaneda.Laos
reverse. Rates shown in italics are based upon fewer than 50
Malaysia
65
85 annual infant
6.6 deaths and,
5.7 as a result,
45 are subject3to considerable
39
51
55
31 estimated
12 at
11
31
1,040
0.3
0.8
g 53Does not include
the population
of Crimea,
August 2014. Population Reference Bureau. All rights reserved.
Myanmar
53
7 yearly variability.
4.8
2.4
24
9
63
802.3 million. 77
83
94
67
64
339

0.4
1.2
Philippines
36
49
8.2
4.0
41
3
44
65
63
66
17
52
45
421
1,430
0.2
0.2
Singapore
54
11.4
5.8
2.4
22
8
66
73
69
78
54

198
23,270
0.0
0.2
2014 Population Reference Bureau

2014 WORLD POPULATION DATA SHEET 18
Thailand
54
80
7.2
6.6
48
3
41
55
53
57
38
15
1
17

0.0
0.2
Timor-Leste
87
78
6.9
7.0
42
3
36
55
54
56
17
4
1
18
2,190

Acknowledgments, Notes, Sources, and Definitions


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
The authors gratefully acknowledge the valuable assistance
of PRB staff members Jason Bremner, John May, Kelvin
Pollard, Beth Jarosz, Donna Clifton, Saznin Mehta, and
Carolyn Lamere; and PRB interns Sara Ku, Dier Hu, and
Kathleen Kelley; staff of the International Programs Center
of the U.S. Census Bureau; the United Nations (UN)
Population Division; and the Institut national detudes
dmographiques (INED), Paris, in the preparation of this
years World Population Data Sheet.
This publication is funded by the William and Flora Hewlett
Foundation, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, the
U.S. Agency for International Development (IDEA Project,
No. AID-0AA-A-10-00009), and supporters. The contents
are the responsibility of the Population Reference Bureau
and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the
United States government.

SOURCES
The rates and figures, including those from 1970, are
primarily compiled from the following sources: official country
statistical yearbooks, bulletins, and websites; the United
Nations Demographic Yearbook, 2012, and Population and
Vital Statistics Report of the UN Statistics Division; World
Population Prospects: The 2012 Revision of the UN Population
Division; and the International Data Base of the International
Programs Center, U.S. Census Bureau. Other sources include
recent demographic surveys such as the Demographic
and Health Surveys, Reproductive Health Surveys, special
studies, and direct communication with demographers and
statistical bureaus in the United States and abroad. Specific
data sources may be obtained by contacting the authors of
the 2014 World Population Data Sheet. For countries with
complete registration of births and deaths, rates are those
most recently reported. For more developed countries, nearly
all vital rates refer to 2013 or 2012.

NOTES
The Data Sheet lists all geopolitical entities with
populations of 150,000 or more and all members of
the UN. These include sovereign states, dependencies,
overseas departments, and some territories whose status
or boundaries may be undetermined or in dispute. More
developed regions, following the UN classification,
comprise all of Europe and North America, plus Australia,
Japan, and New Zealand. All other regions and countries
are classified as less developed. The least developed
countries consist of 48 countries with especially low
incomes, high economic vulnerability, and poor human
development indicators; 34 of these countries are in subSaharan Africa, 13 in Asia, and one in the Caribbean.
The criteria and list of countries, as defined by the United
Nations, can be found at http://unohrlls.org/about-ldcs/.

DEFINITIONS

Sub-Saharan Africa: All countries of Africa except


the northern African countries of Algeria, Egypt, Libya,
Morocco, Sudan, Tunisia, and Western Sahara. World
and Regional Totals: Regional population totals are
independently rounded and include small countries or areas
not shown. Regional and world rates and percentages are
weighted averages of countries for which data are available;
regional averages are shown when data or estimates are
available for at least three-quarters of the regions population.

Rate of Natural Increase (RNI)

World Population Data Sheets from different years should


not be used as a time series. Fluctuations in values from
year to year often reflect revisions based on new data or
estimates rather than actual changes in levels. Additional
information on likely trends and consistent time series can
be obtained from PRB, and are also available from UN and
U.S. Census Bureau publications and websites.
2014 Population Reference Bureau

Mid-2014 Population
Estimates are based on a recent census, official national
data, or PRB, UN, and U.S. Census Bureau projections.
The effects of refugee movements, large numbers of foreign
workers, and population shifts due to contemporary political
events are taken into account to the extent possible.

Projections are based upon official country projections,


series issued by the UN or the U.S. Census Bureau, or
PRB projections.

Infant Mortality Rate, 1970 & 2013


(or most recent year for which data are available)
The annual number of deaths of infants under age 1 per
1,000 live births. Rates shown with decimals indicate
national statistics reported as completely registered, while
those without are estimates from the sources cited above.
Rates shown in italics are based upon fewer than 50 annual
infant deaths and, as a result, are subject to considerable
yearly variability; rates shown for such countries are
averages for a multiple-year period.

Total Fertility Rate (TFR), 1970 & 2013


(or most recent year for which data are available)
The average number of children a woman would have
assuming that current age-specific birth rates remain
constant throughout her childbearing years (usually
considered to be ages 15 to 49).

Population Under Age 15/Age 65+

GNI PPP per Capita, 2013 (US$)


GNI PPP per capita is gross national income in purchasing
power parity (PPP) divided by mid-year population. GNI PPP
refers to gross national income converted to international
dollars using a purchasing power parity conversion factor.
International dollars indicate the amount of goods and
services one could buy in the United States with a given
amount of money. Data are from the World Bank. Figures in
italics are for 2009-2012.

Carbon Emissions, 1990 & 2012


Fossil fuel and cement production emissions by country.
The world emissions include bunker fuels, or emissions
from fuels used for international aviation and maritime
transport. All values are in million tons per year. The 1990
emissions are based on UN reporting and U.S. Geological
Service. The 2012 emissions are preliminary and based on
BP statistics and U.S. Geological Survey cement data. Data
are from T.A. Boden, G. Marland, and R.J. Andres, Global,
Regional, and National Fossil-Fuel CO2 Emissions (2013),
U.S. Dept. of Energy, Oak Ridge National Laboratory,
Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, accessed at
http://cdiac.ornl.gov/trends/emis/overview_2010.html.

The percentage of the total population in those ages,


which are often considered the dependent ages.

Life Expectancy at Birth, 1970 & 2013


(or most recent year for which data are available)

Birth and Death Rate


The annual number of births and deaths per 1,000 total
population. These rates are often referred to as crude
rates since they do not take a populations age structure
into account. Thus, crude death rates in more developed
countries with a relatively large proportion of high-mortality
older population are often higher than those in less
developed countries with lower life expectancy.

The birth rate minus the death rate, implying the annual
rate of population growth without regard for migration.
Expressed as a percentage.

Net Migration
The estimated rate of net immigration (immigration minus
emigration) per 1,000 population for a recent year based
upon the official national rate or derived as a residual
from estimated birth, death, and population growth rates.
Migration rates can vary substantially from year to year
for any particular country, as can the definition of an
immigrant.

Projected Population, 2030-2050


Projected populations based upon reasonable assumptions
on the future course of fertility, mortality, and migration.


The average number of years a newborn infant can


expect to live under current mortality levels.

Percent Urban
Percentage of the total population living in areas termed
urban by that country or by the UN. Countries define
urban in many different ways, from population centers
of 100 or more dwellings to only the population living in
national and provincial capitals.

Contraceptive Use
The percentage of currently married or in union women
of reproductive age who are currently using any form of
contraception. Modern methods include clinic and supply
methods such as the pill, IUD, condom, and sterilization.
Data are from the most recently available national-level
surveys, such as Demographic and Health Surveys,
Reproductive Health Surveys, Multiple Indicator Cluster
Surveys, regional survey programs, national surveys, and
the UN Population Division World Contraceptive Use 2014.
For more developed countries, data refer to some point
in the 1990s and early 2000s. Data for less developed
countries are primarily from a point in the mid-2000s to a
very recent year. Data prior to 2008 are shown in italics.

PRBs 2014 World Population Data Sheet is available in


English, French, and Spanish at www.prb.org. Also online:
Interactive world map illustrating key demographic
variables by country and region.
Digital visualization and video highlighting key findings
from the data sheet.
World population clock, continuously updating world
population total.
To order PRB publications (discounts available for
bulk orders):
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Data prepared by PRB demographers Carl Haub
and Toshiko Kaneda.
August 2014. Population Reference Bureau.
All rights reserved.
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