What was the population as of 2016?
World Population by Year
|Year||World Population||Yearly Change|
What is the population of the 7 continents?
List of the seven continents
What is the birth rate of the world’s population in 2016?
18.5 births per 1,000
The average global birth rate was 18.5 births per 1,000 total population in 2016. The death rate was 7.8 per 1,000.
What is the world’s population by continent?
Asia and Africa, together share about 77% of the global population. Europe has a population of around 748 million (9.50%), North America is home to around 597 million (7.58%), South America, the second least populated continent, has about 434 million inhabitants (5.51%).
What percentage of the total world population in mid 2016 lived in Asia?
Asia population is equivalent to 59.76% of the total world population.
What is the population of Asia 2021?
The current population of Asia is 4,699,560,528 as of Friday, December 24, 2021, based on the latest United Nations estimates. Asia population is equivalent to 59.76% of the total world population. Asia ranks number 1 among regions of the world (roughly equivalent to “continents”), ordered by population.
What is the population in 2015?
A new year brings new U.S. and world population totals. According to the U.S. Census Bureau’s annual projections, the United States will enter 2015 with 320,090,857 people while the planet Earth overall will have more than 7.2 billion living souls on it.
What will be the most populated country in 2050?
Projections by countries
|1||India||1 639 176|
|2||China||1 402 405|
|4||United States of America||379 419|