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Germany Population clock

23-02-2016 15:07:03

79 734 185

Current population

39 102 195

Current male population (49.0%)

40 631 989

Current female population (51.0%)

98 082
1 152
129 042

Births this year


Births today
Deaths this year

1 516

Deaths today

6 381

Net migration this year

75
-24 579
-289

Net migration today


Population growth this year
Population growth today

As of 1 January 2016, the population of Germany was estimated to be


79 758 764 people. This is a decrease of -0.21 % (-166 244 people)
compared to population of 79 925 008 the year before. In 2015 the
natural increase was negative, as the number of deaths exceeded the
number of live births by 209 404. Due to external migration, the
population increased by 43 160. The sex ratio of the total population
was 0.962 (962 males per 1 000 females) which is lower than global
sex ratio. The global sex ratio in the world was approximately 1 016
males to 1 000 females as of 2015. See also map of the world by sex
ratio of total population.
Below are the key figures for Germany population in 2015:
663 378 live births
872 781 deaths
Natural increase: -209 404 people

Net migration: 43 160 people


39 114 249 males as of 31 December 2015
40 644 515 females as of 31 December 2015

Germany population history


Year

Population

Growth Rate

1960

72 814 900

N/A %

1961

73 377 632

0.77 %

1962

74 025 784

0.88 %

1963

74 714 353

0.93 %

1964

75 318 337

0.81 %

1965

75 963 695

0.86 %

1966

76 600 311

0.84 %

1967

76 951 336

0.46 %

1968

77 294 314

0.45 %

1969

77 909 682

0.80 %

1970

78 169 289

0.33 %

1971

78 312 842

0.18 %

1972

78 688 452

0.48 %

1973

78 936 666

0.32 %

1974

78 967 433

0.04 %

1975

78 673 554

-0.37 %

1976

78 336 950

-0.43 %

1977

78 159 814

-0.23 %

1978

78 091 820

-0.09 %

1979

78 126 350

0.04 %

1980

78 288 576

0.21 %

1981

78 407 907

0.15 %

1982

78 333 366

-0.10 %

1983

78 128 282

-0.26 %

1984

77 858 685

-0.35 %

1985

77 684 873

-0.22 %

1986

77 720 436

0.05 %

1987

77 839 920

0.15 %

1988

78 144 619

0.39 %

1989

78 751 283

0.78 %

1990

79 433 029

0.87 %

1991

80 013 896

0.73 %

1992

80 624 598

0.76 %

1993

81 156 363

0.66 %

1994

81 438 348

0.35 %

1995

81 678 051

0.29 %

1996

81 914 831

0.29 %

1997

82 034 771

0.15 %

1998

82 047 195

0.02 %

1999

82 100 243

0.06 %

2000

82 211 508

0.14 %

2001

82 349 925

0.17 %

2002

82 488 495

0.17 %

2003

82 534 176

0.06 %

2004

82 516 260

-0.02 %

2005

82 469 422

-0.06 %

2006

82 376 451

-0.11 %

2007

82 266 372

-0.13 %

2008

82 110 097

-0.19 %

2009

81 902 307

-0.25 %

2010

81 776 930

-0.15 %

2011

81 797 673

0.03 %

2012

80 425 823

-1.68 %

2013

80 258 537

-0.21 %

2014

80 091 599

-0.21 %

2015

79 925 008

-0.21 %

2016

79 758 764

-0.21 %

The data is given as of 1st of January of an year.

The current population of Germany is 80,684,523 as of Tuesday, February 23,


2016, based on the latest United Nations estimates.

Germany population is equivalent to 1.1% of the total world population.

Germany ranks number 16 in the list of countries by population.

The population density in Germany is 232 per Km 2 (600 people per mi2).

The total land area is 348,520 Km2 (134,564 sq. miles)

77 % of the population is urban (62,260,626 people in 2016)

The median age in Germany is 46.4 years.

Germany Population 2016


Germany is a western-central European country bordered by Poland, Denmark,
the Czech

Republic, Austria, France,Switzerland, Luxembourg, Belgium,

and

the Netherlands. Germany is the most populous country in the European Union with
an estimated 2015 population of 82.5 million, which ranks 16th in the world.

Germany Population 2015


Despite a drop in the country's growth rate, it's 2015 population is now estimated at
82.5 million, which makes Germany the 16th most populous country. It's also the
largest country in the European Union. Germany has a population density of about
226/square kilometer (583/square mile), which ranks 58th in the world.

Germany Demographics
There are four groups considered "national minorities," which means their ancestors
lived in their regions for many centuries. These groups are the Sorbs, Danes,
Frisians, and the Roma and Sinti. There are about 50,000 Danes in the northernmost
region of Germany. The Sorbs, who are a Slavic people, live in the Lustia region.
There are large populations of Frisians in Lower Saxony and the western coast of
Schleswig-Holstein.

About 5 million Germans are living abroad.


The majority of Germans are Christian, either Roman Catholic (30.0%) or Protestant
(29.9%), although 1.6% of the population are also Orthodox Christians. Islam is the
second largest religion in Germany about 4-5% of Germans are adherents.
The largest single group, however, is non-believers, who make up 34.1% of the
population. The number of atheists and agnostics is far higher in Eastern Germany
than in Western Germany, largely because of the Communist East German state's
policy of discouraging religous belief.

The total population in Germany was last recorded at 81.2 million people in
2014 from 72.5 million in 1960, changing 12 percent during the last 50 years.
Population in Germany averaged 79.22 Million from 1960 until 2014, reaching
an all time high of 82.54 Million in 2003 and a record low of 72.54 Million in
1960. Population in Germany is reported by the Eurostat.