World Population POPULATION DENSITY MAP

Rank Country Population
1. China 1,298,847,624
2. India 1,065,070,607
3. United States 293,027,571
4. Indonesia 238,452,952
5. Brazil 184,101,109
6. Pakistan 159,196,336
7. Russia 143,782,338
8. Bangladesh 141,340,476
9. Nigeria 137,253,133
10. Japan 127,333,002
11. Mexico 104,959,594
12. Philippines 86,241,697
13. Vietnam 82,689,518
14. Germany 82,424,609
15. Egypt 76,117,421
16. Turkey 68,893,918
17. Ethiopia 67,851,281
18. Iran 67,503,205
19. Thailand 64,865,523
20. France 60,424,213
21. United Kingdom 60,270,708
22. Congo, Dem.
 Rep. of
58,317,930
23. Italy 58,057,477
24. Korea, South 48,598,175
25. Ukraine 47,732,079
26. Myanmar
  (Burma)
42,720,196
27. South Africa 42,718,530
28. Colombia 42,310,775
29. Spain 40,280,780
30. Sudan 39,148,162
31. Argentina 39,144,753
32. Poland 38,626,349
33. Tanzania 36,588,225
34. Canada 32,507,874
35. Morocco 32,209,101
36. Algeria 32,129,324
37. Kenya 32,021,856
38. Afghanistan 28,513,677
39. Peru 27,544,305
40. Nepal 27,070,666
41. Uzbekistan 26,410,416
42. Uganda 26,404,543
43. Saudi Arabia 25,795,938
44. Iraq 25,374,691
45. Venezuela 25,017,387
46. Malaysia 23,522,482
47. Taiwan 22,749,838
48. Korea, North 22,697,553
49. Romania 22,355,551
50. Ghana 20,757,032
Rank City1 Population
1. Shanghai, China 13,278,500
2. Mumbai (Bombay), India 12,622,500
3. Buenos Aires, Argentina 11,928,400
4. Moscow, Russia 11,273,400
5. Karachi, Pakistan 10,889,100
6. Delhi, India 10,400,900
7. Manila, Philippines 10,330,100
8. São Paulo, Brazil 10,260,100
9. Seoul, South Korea 10,165,400
10. Istanbul, Turkey 9,631,700
11. Jakarta, Indonesia 8,987,800
12. Mexico City, Mexico 8,705,100
13. Lagos, Nigeria 8,682,200
14. Lima, Peru 8,380,600
15. Tokyo, Japan 8,294,200
16. New York City, U.S. 8,091,700
17. Cairo, Egypt 7,609,700
18. London, UK 7,593,300
19. Teheran, Iran 7,317,200
20. Beijing, China 7,209,900
 

Total Population of the World by Decade, 1950–2050

Year Total world population
(mid-year figures)
Ten-year growth
rate (%)
1950 2,556,000,053 18.9%
1960 3,039,451,023 22.0
1970 3,706,618,163 20.2
1980 4,453,831,714 18.5
1990 5,278,639,789 15.2
2000 6,082,966,429 12.6
20101 6,848,932,929 10.7
20201 7,584,821,144 8.7
20301 8,246,619,341 7.3
20401 8,850,045,889 5.6
20501 9,346,399,468 —
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, International Database.

 

State July 2003
pop.
rank % change
2000–2003
Alabama 4,500,752 23 1.2
Alaska 648,818 47 3.5
Arizona 5,580,811 18 8.8
Arkansas 2,725,714 32 2.0
California 35,484,453 1 4.8
Colorado 4,550,688 22 5.8
Connecticut 3,483,372 29 2.3
Delaware 817,491 45 4.3
DC 563,384 50 -1.5
Florida 17,019,068 4 6.5
Georgia 8,684,715 9 6.1
Hawaii 1,257,608 42 3.8
Idaho 1,366,332 39 5.6
Illinois 12,653,544 5 1.9
Indiana 6,195,643 14 1.9
Iowa 2,944,062 30 0.6
Kansas 2,723,507 33 1.3
Kentucky 4,117,827 26 1.9
Louisiana 4,496,334 24 0.6
Maine 1,305,728 40 2.4
Maryland 5,508,909 19 4.0
Massachusetts 6,433,422 13 1.3
Michigan 10,079,985 8 1.4
Minnesota 5,059,375 21 2.8
Mississippi 2,881,281 31 1.3
Missouri 5,704,484 17 2.0
Montana 917,621 44 1.7
Nebraska 1,739,291 38 1.6
Nevada 2,241,154 35 12.2
New Hampshire 1,287,687 41 4.2
New Jersey 8,638,396 10 2.7
New Mexico 1,874,614 36 3.1
New York 19,190,115 3 1.1
North Carolina 8,407,248 11 4.4
North Dakota 633,837 48 -1.3
Ohio 11,435,798 7 0.7
Oklahoma 3,511,532 28 1.8
Oregon 3,559,596 27 4.0
Pennsylvania 12,365,455 6 0.7
Rhode Island 1,076,164 43 2.7
South Carolina 4,147,152 25 3.4
South Dakota 764,309 46 1.3
Tennessee 5,841,748 16 2.7
Texas 22,118,509 2 6.1
Utah 2,351,467 34 5.3
Vermont 619,107 49 1.7
Virginia 7,386,330 12 4.3
Washington 6,131,445 15 4.0
West Virginia 1,810,354 37 0.1
Wisconsin 5,472,299 20 2.0
Wyoming 501,242 51 1.5
Total U.S. 290,809,777 — 3.3
Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census. Web: www.census.gov.