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Map of countries by population for the year 2007
This is a list of countries ordered according to population. The list includes sovereign states and inhabited dependent territories based on the ISO standard ISO 3166-1.

Areas that form integral parts of sovereign states, such as the countries of the United Kingdom, are counted as part of the sovereign states concerned. Not included are other entities, such as the European Union, that are not sovereign states, and dependent territories that do not have permanent populations, such as various countries' claims to Antarcticamarker. The estimated total population of the world is .

Figures used in this chart are based on the most recent estimate or projection by the national census authority where available and generally rounded off. Where national data is unavailable, figures are based on the 2009 July 1 estimate by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs – Population Division. Because the compiled figures are not collected at the same time in every country, or at the same level of accuracy, the resulting numerical comparisons may result in misleading conclusions. Further, the addition of all countries may not equal the world total.

Sovereign states are listed in bold text and dependent territories in italic. States listed that do not have general recognition are in bold and italic.

For a graphical version of this list, see List of countries by population . See also list of countries and dependencies by population density and the list of regional organizations by population.

List

Figures indicated by "UN estimate" are based on the July 1, 2009 estimate by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs – Population Division.

Rank Country / Territory Population Date Last Updated % of World Population Source
1 , % Chinese Population clock
2 , % Indian Population clock
3
||    ,   ||  % || style="font-size: 75%"| Official USA Population clock
4 231,369,500 % Statistics Indonesia estimate
5 , % Official Brazilian population clock
6 , % Official Pakistani Population clock
7 162,221,000 % UN estimate
8 154,729,000 % UN estimate
9 141,909,279 October 1, 2009 % Federal State Statistics Service of Russia

10 127,560,000 October 1, 2009 % Official Japan Statistics Bureau estimate
11 107,550,697 % INEGI estimate National Population Statistics of Mexico
12 92,226,600 Mid-2009 % National Statistics Office medium projection
13 85,789,573 April 1, 2009 % Official preliminary results of the 2009 census
14 81,882,342 March 31, 2009 % Federal Statistical Office
15 79,221,000 July 2008 % Ethiopia Central Statistics Agency
16 , % Official Egyptian Population clock
17 74,196,000 % UN estimate
18 71,517,100 December 31, 2008 % Turkish Statistical Institute estimate
19 66,020,000 % UN estimate
20 65,073,482 January 1, 2009 % Official INSEE estimate
The figure for France without the overseas collectivities is 64,303,482.
21 63,389,730 December 31, 2008 % Official Thai Statistics estimate
22 61,634,599 January 1, 2009 % Eurostat estimate
23 60,200,060 June 2009 % Official ISTAT estimate
24 (Burma) 50,020,000 % UN estimate
25 49,320,500 July 1, 2009 % Statistics South Africa
26 48,333,000 % UN estimate
27 46,011,345 October 1, 2009 % Official UKRSTAT estimate
28 45,967,632 October 1, 2009 % Official INE estimate
29 , % Official Colombian Population clock
30 43,739,000 % UN estimate
31 40,134,425 June 30, 2009 % Official INDEC estimate
32 39,802,000 % UN estimate
33 39,154,490 April 22, 2008 % 2008 Sudanese census
34 38,100,700 % Official Central Statistics Office of Poland
35 34,895,000 % UN estimate
36 , % Official Canadian Population clock
37 32,710,000 % UN estimate
38 , % Official Moroccan Population clock
39 30,747,000 % UN estimate
40 29,331,000 % UN estimate
41 29,132,013 June 30, 2009 % Official INEI estimate
42 , % Official Venezuelan Population clock
43 28,306,700 % Statistic Department of Malaysia
44 28,150,000 % UN estimate
45 27,488,000 % UN estimate
46 25,721,000 % UN estimate
47 24,051,706 October, 2008 % UNFPA
48 23,837,000 % UN estimate
49 23,580,000 % UN estimate
50 23,069,345 June 30, 2009 % Official National Statistics Taiwan estimate
51 22,894,000 % UN estimate
52 , % Official Australian Population clock
53 21,906,000 % UN estimate
54 21,498,616 January 1, 2009 % Eurostat estimate
55 21,075,000 % UN estimate
56 20,238,000 % UN estimate
57 19,625,000 % UN estimate
58 19,522,000 % UN estimate
59 18,498,000 % UN estimate
60 , % Official INE projection (p.36)
61 , % Official Netherlands population clock
62 15,776,492 July 1, 2009 % National Statistics Agency estimate
63 15,757,000 % UN estimate
64 15,290,000 % UN estimate
65 15,263,000 % UN estimate
66 14,805,000 % UN estimate
67 , % Official Ecuadorian population clock
68 14,027,000 % UN estimate
69 13,010,000 % UN estimate
70 12,935,000 % UN estimate
71 12,534,000 % UN estimate
72 12,523,000 % UN estimate
73 11,274,106 June 2009 % Chadian 2009 census
74 11,260,402 January 1, 2009 % Eurostat estimate
75 11,204,000 % UN estimate
76 10,754,528 January 1, 2009 % Eurostat estimate
77 10,627,250 January 1, 2009 % Eurostat estimate
78 10,476,543 March 31, 2009 % Czech Statistical Office
79 10,327,800 July 1, 2008 % National Statistics Institute of Tunisia
80 10,090,000 % UN estimate
81 10,069,000 % UN estimate
82 10,033,000 % UN estimate
83 10,031,208 January 1, 2009 % Eurostat estimate
84 9,998,000 % UN estimate
85 9,879,000 % UN estimate
86 9,850,000 % UN estimate
87 9,671,900 January 1, 2009 % Official statistics of Belarus
88 9,325,429 September 30, 2009 % Statistics Sweden
89 9,133,000 % UN estimate
90 8,935,000 % UN estimate
91 8,896,900 April 1, 2009 % State Statistical Committee of Azerbaijan
92 8,355,260 January 1, 2009 % Eurostat estimate
93 8,303,000 % UN estimate
94 7,761,800 September 30, 2009 % Official Switzerland Statistics estimate
95 7,606,551 January 1, 2009 % Eurostat estimate
96 7,466,000 % UN estimate
97 7,472,700 September 30, 2009 % Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics
98 7,008,900 December 31, 2008 % Hong Kong Census and Statistics Department
99 6,952,000 % UN estimate
100 6,732,000 % UN estimate
101 6,619,000 % UN estimate
102 6,420,000 % UN estimate
103 6,349,000 % UN estimate
104 6,320,000 % UN estimate
105 6,316,000 % UN estimate
106 6,163,000 % UN estimate
107 5,743,000 % UN estimate
108 5,696,000 % UN estimate
109 5,532,531 September 30, 2009 % Statistics Denmark
110 5,482,000 % UN estimate
111 5,416,958 June 31, 2009 % Statistics Slovakia
112 , % Official Finnish Population clock
113 5,110,000 % UN estimate
114 5,073,000 % UN estimate
115 4,987,600 Mid-2009 % Statistics Singapore
116 , % Official Norwegian Population clock
117 4,599,000 % UN estimate
118 4,579,000 % UN estimate
119 4,459,300 April 1, 2009 % Irish Central Statistics Office estimate
120 4,435,056 January 1, 2009 % Eurostat estimate
121 4,422,000 % UN estimate
122 4,385,400 January 1, 2009 % Statistics Georgia
123 4,315,800 June 30, 2009 % "| Population Estimates as at 30 June 2009
124 4,224,000 % UN estimate
125 3,982,000 % UN estimate
126 3,767,000 % UN estimate
127 3,761,646 December 1, 2007 % 2007 Palestinian Bureau Census
128 3,683,000 % UN estimate
129 3,567,500 January 1, 2009 % National Bureau of Statistics of Moldova
130 3,476,608 March 21, 2008 % 2008 Population and Housing Census
131 3,454,000 % UN estimate
132 3,361,000 % UN estimate
133 3,349,872 January 1, 2009 % Eurostat estimate
134 3,291,000 % UN estimate
135 3,230,100 January 1, 2008 % [10716]
136 3,170,000 January 1, 2008 % [10717]
137 2,985,000 % UN estimate
138 2,845,000 % UN estimate
139 2,719,000 % UN estimate
140 2,671,000 % UN estimate
141 2,254,000 September 2009 % Official Statistics of Latvia
142 2,171,000 % UN estimate
143 2,067,000 % UN estimate
144 2,048,620 January 1, 2009 % Eurostat estimate
145 , % Official Slovenian population clock
146 1,950,000 % UN estimate
147 1,705,000 % UN estimate
148 1,611,000 % UN estimate
149 1,475,000 % UN estimate
150 1,409,000 % UN estimate
151 1,340,415 January 1, 2009 % [10718]
152 1,339,000 % UN estimate
153 1,288,000
||  ||  % || style="font-size: 75%"|UN estimate
154 1,185,000 % UN estimate
155 1,134,000 % UN estimate
156 864,000 % UN estimate
157 849,000 % UN estimate
158 793,963 January 1, 2009 % Eurostat estimate
159 791,000 % UN estimate
160 762,000 % UN estimate
161 697,000 % UN estimate
162 676,000 % UN estimate
163 676,000 % UN estimate
164 624,000 % UN estimate
165 541,200 September 30, 2009 % Macau Statistics and Census Service
166 523,000 % UN estimate
167 520,000 % UN estimate
168 513,000 % UN estimate
169 506,000 % UN estimate
170 493,500 January 1, 2009 % Eurostat estimate
171 413,627 January 1, 2009 % Eurostat estimate
172 400,000 % UN estimate
173 342,000 % UN estimate
174 322,100 June 30, 2008 % Statistical Institute of Belize
175 319,246 July 1, 2009 % Statistics Iceland
176 309,000 % UN estimate
177 256,000 % UN estimate
178 240,000 % UN estimate
179 198,000 % UN estimate
180 179,000 % UN estimate
181 178,000 % UN estimate
182 172,000 % UN estimate
183 163,000 % UN estimate
184 111,000 % UN estimate
185 110,000 % UN estimate
186 109,000 % UN estimate
187 107,000 % UN estimate
188 104,000 % UN estimate
189 104,000 % UN estimate
190 98,000 % UN estimate
191 89,300 December 31, 2006 % States of Jersey Statistics Unit[10719]
192 88,000 % UN estimate
193 87,000 % UN estimate
194 86,000 % UN estimate
195 84,000 % UN estimate
196 80,000 % UN estimate
197 67,000 % UN estimate
198 67,000 % UN estimate
199 65,000 % UN estimate
200 62,000 % UN estimate
201 61,811 March 1, 2007 % UN estimate: Series A, Table 2
202 57,000 % UN estimate
203 56,000 % UN estimate
204 52,000 % UN estimate
205 49,006 August 1, 2009 % Official statistics of the Faroe Islands
206 35,593 January 1, 2009 % [10720]
207 33,000 % UN estimate
208 33,000 % UN estimate
209 31,000 % UN estimate
210 30,800 January 1, 2008 % [10721]
211 23,000 % UN estimate
212 20,000 % UN estimate
213 20,000 % UN estimate
214 15,000 % UN estimate
215 10,000 % UN estimate
216 10,000 % UN estimate
217 5,900 % UN estimate
218 4,500 % UN estimate
219 3,000 0.00005% UN estimate
220 1,500 0.00003% UN estimate
221 1,200 0.00003% UN estimate
222 800 0.00002% UN estimate
223 50 0.000001% UN estimate


References

  1. The European Union is a sui generis supranational union whose sovereign members delegate to it by treaty certain powers that are often exercised by sovereign states. Its combined population has been estimated at 499,794,855 on January 1, 2009, and it would be ranked 3rd if it were included in the list (7.4% of world population) - see .
  2. Antarctica has no permanent residents, but a number of governments maintain permanent research stations throughout the continent. The number of people varies from about 1,000 in winter to about 5000 in the summer.
  3. International Programs Center - census.gov
  4. Figure refers to Mainland China only. It excludes the special administrative regions and Taiwan.
  5. For the Conapo estimates, check under Republica Mexicana and press "Ver" for statistics.
  6. Includes 7 French overseas collectivities: French Polynesia (259,596 inh. in Aug. 2007), New Caledonia (244,410 inh. in Jan. 2008), Mayotte (186,452 inh. in July 2007), Saint Martin (35,263 inh. in Jan. 2006), Wallis and Futuna (13,484 inh. in Jul. 2008), Saint Barthélemy (8,450 inh. in Jan. 2007), Saint Pierre and Miquelon (6,125 inh. in Jan. 2006).
  7. Consists of the island groups of Taiwan, the Pescadores, Kinmen, Matsu, etc.
  8. Includes Christmas Island (1,508), Cocos Islands (628), and Norfolk Island (1,828)
  9. Includes Kosovo
  10. includes Somaliland
  11. UN figure for mid-2009 is 7,170,000, which excludes Israeli population living in the West Bank.
  12. Includes Åland Islands
  13. Includes Svalbard (2,701) and Jan Mayen Island
  14. Figure includes the Republic of Abkhazia (216,000) and South Ossetia (70,000)
  15. Includes Transnistria (555,347)
  16. Includes Agalega, Rodrigues and St. Brandon
  17. includes North Cyprus; UN estimate for mid-2009 is 871,000
  18. Excludes the island of Mayotte.
  19. A 2003 U.S State Department report states the following: "Although the 2002 census estimated the population at 1,015,000, credible estimates put the number at closer to 500,000. The opposition claimed that the Government inflated the census in anticipation of the December presidential election." (...) "Opposition leaders charged earlier in the year that census results showing a twofold population increase were flawed and that numbers were inflated to perpetuate election fraud." [1] The official census figures are available here.
  20. Includes Ascension and Tristan da Cunha


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