How many people is alive in 2020?

How many people is alive in 2020?

Our own estimate based on UN data shows the world’s population surpassing 7.7 billion. China is the most populous country in the world with a population exceeding 1.4 billion.

What is 1 percent of the world population 2021?

78 million people is one percent of the total global population of 7.8 billion.

How many people have been born today?

The UN estimates that around 385,000 babies are born each day around the world (140 million a year). This number will remain relatively stable in the 50 years from 2020 to 2070.

How many girls are in the world 2021?

As of 2021, There are 3,970,238,390 or 3,970 million or 3.930 billion males in the world, representing 50.42% of the world population. The population of females in the world is estimated at 3,904,727,342 or 3,905 million or 3.905 billion, representing 49.58% of the world population.

How much boys are in the world?

How many people are there in the world?

View all the 7+ billion people in the world on a single page, one by one, increasing in real time

What is the percentage of literate people in the world?

Of the world population older than 15 years 86% are literate. This interactive map shows how the literacy rates varies between countries around the world. In many countries more than 95% have basic literacy skills. Literacy skills of the majority of the population is a modern achievement as we show below.

How often does the population of the world increase?

Currently, the population of the world is increased by 2.4 people every second. The current population presented above is based on this calculation, updated every second.

What was the population of the world in 2011?

The term “World Population” refers to the human population (the total number of humans currently living) of the world. 7 Billion (2011) According to the United Nations, world population reached 7 Billion on October 31, 2011. The US Census Bureau made a lower estimate, for which the 7 billion mark was only reached on March 12, 2012. 6 Billion (1999)

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