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Top 20 Largest Countries by Population (live)
1 China
    11 Mexico
 
2 India
    12 Philippines
 
3 USA
    13 Ethiopia
 
4 Indonesia
    14 Vietnam
 
5 Brazil
    15 Egypt
 
6 Pakistan
    16 Germany
7 Nigeria
    17 Iran
 
8 Bangladesh
    18 Turkey
 
9 Russia
  19 Congo
 
10 Japan
  20 Thailand
 


     





World Population sections:

World Population: Past, Present, and Future

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The chart above clearly illustrates how world population has changed in history.

At the dawn of agriculture, about 8000 B.C., the population of the world was approximately 5 million. Over the 8,000-year period up to 1 A.D. it grew to 200 million (some estimate 300 million or even 600, suggesting how imprecise population estimates of early historical periods can be), with a growth rate of under 0.05% per year.

A tremendous change occurred with the industrial revolution: whereas it had taken all of human history until around 1800 for world population to reach one billion, the second billion was achieved in only 130 years (1930), the third billion in less than 30 years (1959), the fourth billion in 15 years (1974), and the fifth billion in only 13 years (1987).

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World Population Milestones

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8 Billion (2024)

According to the most recent United Nations estimates, the human population of the world is expected to reach 8 billion people in the spring of 2024.

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)

According to the United Nations, the 6 billion figure was reached on October 12, 1999 (celebrated as the Day of 6 Billion). According to the U.S. Census Bureau instead, the six billion milestone was reached on July 22, 1999, at about 3:49 AM GMT. Yet, according to the U.S. Census web site, the date and time of when 6 billion was reached will probably change because the already uncertain estimates are constantly being updated.

Previous Milestones

Summary Table

 
1 - 1804 (1803 years): 0.2 to 1 bil.
1804 - 2011 (207 years): from 1 billion to 7 billion
Year
1
1000
1500
1650
1750
1804
1850
1900
1927
1950
1960
1974
1980
1987
1999
2011
2020
2024
2030
2040
2050
2062
2100
Pop, (billions)
0.2
0.275
0.45
0.5
0.7
1
1.2
1.6
2
2.55
3
4
4.5
5
6
7
7.7
8
8.4
9
9.5
10
10.8

 

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Growth Rate

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Population in the world is currently growing at a rate of around 1.14% per year. The average population change is currently estimated at around 80 million per year.

Annual growth rate reached its peak in the late 1960s, when it was at 2% and above. The rate of increase has therefore almost halved since its peak of 2.19 percent, which was reached in 1963.

The annual growth rate is currently declining and is projected to continue to decline in the coming years. Currently, it is estimated that it will become less than 1% by 2020 and less than 0.5% by 2050.

This means that world population will continue to grow in the 21st century, but at a slower rate compared to the recent past. World population has doubled (100% increase) in 40 years from 1959 (3 billion) to 1999 (6 billion). It is now estimated that it will take a further 43 years to increase by another 50%, to become 9 billion by 2042.

The latest United Nations projections indicate that world population will nearly stabilize at just above 10 billion persons after 2062.


Top 20 Countries 2013-2100

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By 2030 India's population is expected to surpass China's, to become the largest country in the world.
Nigeria's population is expected to surpass the U.S. population in 2045 to become the third-most populous country in the world, starting to rival China by the end of the century, with almost 1 billion people in 2100.

World Population by Region

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World Population Density (people/km2)

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Population density map of the world showing not only countries but also many subdivisions (regions, states, provinces).


Courtesy of Junuxx at en.wikipedia [CC-BY-SA-3.0 or GFDL], via Wikimedia Commons


World Population by Religion

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According to a recent study (based on the 2010 world population of 6.9 billion) by The Pew Forum, there are:


World Population by Country

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Country
2013 Population
(as of July 1, 2013)
% of World Pop. Change/Yr (curr.) Area (km²) Density (p/km²)
1
China
1,385,566,537 19.35% 0.61% 9,596,931 144
2
India
1,252,139,596 17.48% 1.24% 3,287,267 381
3
United States of America
320,050,716 4.47% 0.81% 9,629,061 33
4
Indonesia
249,865,631 3.49% 1.21% 1,904,565 131
5
Brazil
200,361,925 2.80% 0.85% 8,514,083 24
6
Pakistan
182,142,594 2.54% 1.66% 796,095 229
7
Nigeria
173,615,345 2.42% 2.78% 923,766 188
8
Bangladesh
156,594,962 2.19% 1.19% 143,998 1087
9
Russian Federation
142,833,689 1.99% -0.21% 17,075,157 8
10
Japan
127,143,577 1.78% -0.08% 377,873 336
11
Mexico
122,332,399 1.71% 1.21% 1,958,196 62
12
Philippines
98,393,574 1.37% 1.71% 300,000 328
13
Ethiopia
94,100,756 1.31% 2.55% 1,104,300 85
14
Viet Nam
91,679,733 1.28% 0.95% 331,689 276
15
Germany
82,726,626 1.16% -0.11% 357,022 232
16
Egypt
82,056,378 1.15% 1.63% 1,001,445 82
17
Iran (Islamic Republic of)
77,447,168 1.08% 1.30% 1,648,198 47
18
Turkey
74,932,641 1.05% 1.22% 783,560 96
19
Democratic Republic of the Congo
67,513,677 0.94% 2.72% 2,344,876 29
20
Thailand
67,010,502 0.94% 0.30% 513,117 131
21
France
64,291,280 0.90% 0.55% 551,501 117
22
United Kingdom
63,136,265 0.88% 0.57% 242,900 260
23
Italy
60,990,277 0.85% 0.21% 301,317 202
24
Myanmar
53,259,018 0.74% 0.84% 676,580 79
25
South Africa
52,776,130 0.74% 0.78% 1,221,048 43
26
Republic of Korea
49,262,698 0.69% 0.53% 99,538 495
27
United Republic of Tanzania
49,253,126 0.69% 3.02% 945,085 52
28
Colombia
48,321,405 0.67% 1.29% 1,138,904 42
29
Spain
46,926,963 0.66% 0.44% 505,995 93
30
Ukraine
45,238,805 0.63% -0.62% 603,699 75
31
Kenya
44,353,691 0.62% 2.67% 580,363 76
32
Argentina
41,446,246 0.58% 0.86% 2,780,321 15
33
Algeria
39,208,194 0.55% 1.84% 2,381,739 16
34
Poland
38,216,635 0.53% 0.01% 323,251 118
35
Sudan
37,964,306 0.53% 2.11% 2,505,895 15
36
Uganda
37,578,876 0.52% 3.33% 241,039 156
37
Canada
35,181,704 0.49% 1.00% 9,969,313 4
38
Iraq
33,765,232 0.47% 2.89% 438,316 77
39
Morocco
33,008,150 0.46% 1.41% 446,551 74
40
Afghanistan
30,551,674 0.43% 2.39% 652,089 47
41
Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)
30,405,207 0.42% 1.49% 912,056 33
42
Peru
30,375,603 0.42% 1.26% 1,285,196 24
43
Malaysia
29,716,965 0.41% 1.61% 329,848 90
44
Uzbekistan
28,934,102 0.40% 1.35% 447,398 65
45
Saudi Arabia
28,828,870 0.40% 1.85% 2,149,644 13
46
Nepal
27,797,457 0.39% 1.15% 147,181 189
47
Ghana
25,904,598 0.36% 2.13% 238,532 109
48
Mozambique
25,833,752 0.36% 2.47% 801,593 32
49
Dem. People s Republic of Korea
24,895,480 0.35% 0.53% 120,538 207
50
Yemen
24,407,381 0.34% 2.30% 527,967 46
51
Australia
23,342,553 0.33% 1.31% 7,742,140 3
52
Madagascar
22,924,851 0.32% 2.79% 587,034 39
53
Cameroon
22,253,959 0.31% 2.52% 475,441 47
54
Syrian Arab Republic
21,898,061 0.31% 0.67% 185,180 118
55
Romania
21,698,585 0.30% -0.26% 238,391 91
56
Angola
21,471,618 0.30% 3.09% 1,246,683 17
57
Sri Lanka
21,273,228 0.30% 0.81% 65,610 324
58
Cote d Ivoire
20,316,086 0.28% 2.31% 322,462 63
59
Niger
17,831,270 0.25% 3.85% 1,266,965 14
60
Chile
17,619,708 0.25% 0.88% 756,633 23
61
Burkina Faso
16,934,839 0.24% 2.84% 274,000 62
62
Netherlands
16,759,229 0.23% 0.27% 41,528 404
63
Kazakhstan
16,440,586 0.23% 1.04% 2,725,110 6
64
Malawi
16,362,567 0.23% 2.85% 118,484 138
65
Ecuador
15,737,878 0.22% 1.57% 283,560 56
66
Guatemala
15,468,203 0.22% 2.51% 108,889 142
67
Mali
15,301,650 0.21% 3.01% 1,240,205 12
68
Cambodia
15,135,169 0.21% 1.75% 181,034 84
69
Zambia
14,538,640 0.20% 3.21% 752,634 19
70
Zimbabwe
14,149,648 0.20% 2.81% 390,756 36
71
Senegal
14,133,280 0.20% 2.90% 196,722 72
72
Chad
12,825,314 0.18% 2.98% 1,283,944 10
73
Rwanda
11,776,522 0.16% 2.74% 26,338 447
74
Guinea
11,745,189 0.16% 2.54% 245,859 48
75
South Sudan
11,296,173 0.16% 4.02% 644,317 18
76
Cuba
11,265,629 0.16% -0.06% 110,861 102
77
Greece
11,127,990 0.16% 0.03% 131,958 84
78
Belgium
11,104,476 0.16% 0.44% 30,528 364
79
Tunisia
10,996,515 0.15% 1.10% 163,609 67
80
Czech Republic
10,702,197 0.15% 0.42% 78,866 136
81
Bolivia (Plurinational State of)
10,671,200 0.15% 1.64% 1,098,538 10
82
Portugal
10,608,156 0.15% 0.04% 91,982 115
83
Somalia
10,495,583 0.15% 2.87% 637,642 16
84
Dominican Republic
10,403,761 0.15% 1.23% 48,511 214
85
Benin
10,323,474 0.14% 2.69% 112,622 92
86
Haiti
10,317,461 0.14% 1.38% 27,750 372
87
Burundi
10,162,532 0.14% 3.16% 27,834 365
88
Hungary
9,954,941 0.14% -0.21% 93,032 107
89
Sweden
9,571,105 0.13% 0.65% 449,960 21
90
Serbia
9,510,506 0.13% -0.47% 88,361 108
91
Azerbaijan
9,413,420 0.13% 1.11% 86,600 109
92
Belarus
9,356,678 0.13% -0.49% 207,599 45
93
United Arab Emirates
9,346,129 0.13% 2.52% 83,600 112
94
Austria
8,495,145 0.12% 0.37% 83,858 101
95
Tajikistan
8,207,834 0.11% 2.43% 143,101 57
96
Honduras
8,097,688 0.11% 2.00% 112,088 72
97
Switzerland
8,077,833 0.11% 1.02% 41,284 196
98
Israel
7,733,144 0.11% 1.30% 22,145 349
99
Papua New Guinea
7,321,262 0.10% 2.14% 462,844 16
100
Jordan
7,273,799 0.10% 3.50% 89,342 81
101
Bulgaria
7,222,943 0.10% -0.76% 110,912 65
102
China, Hong Kong SAR
7,203,836 0.10% 0.74% 1,099 6555
103
Togo
6,816,982 0.10% 2.57% 56,785 120
104
Paraguay
6,802,295 0.09% 1.70% 406,763 17
105
Lao People s Democratic Republic
6,769,727 0.09% 1.86% 236,803 29
106
El Salvador
6,340,454 0.09% 0.66% 21,041 301
107
Eritrea
6,333,135 0.09% 3.20% 117,600 54
108
Libya
6,201,521 0.09% 0.90% 1,759,297 4
109
Sierra Leone
6,092,075 0.09% 1.88% 71,740 85
110
Nicaragua
6,080,478 0.08% 1.44% 130,000 47
111
Denmark
5,619,096 0.08% 0.40% 43,094 130
112
Kyrgyzstan
5,547,548 0.08% 1.35% 199,897 28
113
Slovakia
5,450,223 0.08% 0.09% 49,033 111
114
Finland
5,426,323 0.08% 0.34% 338,152 16
115
Singapore
5,411,737 0.08% 2.02% 683 7923
116
Turkmenistan
5,240,072 0.07% 1.27% 488,084 11
117
Norway
5,042,671 0.07% 1.00% 385,143 13
118
Costa Rica
4,872,166 0.07% 1.37% 51,100 95
119
Lebanon
4,821,971 0.07% 3.04% 10,400 464
120
Ireland
4,627,173 0.06% 1.13% 70,273 66
121
Central African Republic
4,616,417 0.06% 1.98% 622,998 7
122
New Zealand
4,505,761 0.06% 1.02% 270,535 17
123
Congo
4,447,632 0.06% 2.55% 341,994 13
124
Georgia
4,340,895 0.06% -0.39% 69,700 62
125
State of Palestine
4,326,295 0.06% 2.51% 6,020 719
126
Liberia
4,294,077 0.06% 2.58% 111,370 39
127
Croatia
4,289,714 0.06% -0.39% 56,538 76
128
Mauritania
3,889,880 0.05% 2.45% 1,025,542 4
129
Panama
3,864,170 0.05% 1.62% 75,516 51
130
Bosnia and Herzegovina
3,829,307 0.05% -0.14% 51,197 75
131
Puerto Rico
3,688,318 0.05% -0.16% 8,875 416
132
Oman
3,632,444 0.05% 7.89% 309,513 12
133
Republic of Moldova
3,487,204 0.05% -0.78% 33,851 103
134
Uruguay
3,407,062 0.05% 0.34% 175,017 19
135
Kuwait
3,368,572 0.05% 3.61% 17,818 189
136
Albania
3,173,271 0.04% 0.30% 28,748 110
137
Lithuania
3,016,933 0.04% -0.46% 65,300 46
138
Armenia
2,976,566 0.04% 0.18% 29,800 100
139
Mongolia
2,839,073 0.04% 1.49% 1,566,817 2
140
Jamaica
2,783,888 0.04% 0.52% 10,991 253
141
Namibia
2,303,315 0.03% 1.87% 824,379 3
142
Qatar
2,168,673 0.03% 5.90% 11,000 197
143
TFYR Macedonia
2,107,158 0.03% 0.07% 25,713 82
144
Lesotho
2,074,465 0.03% 1.08% 30,355 68
145
Slovenia
2,071,997 0.03% 0.24% 20,256 102
146
Latvia
2,050,317 0.03% -0.57% 64,599 32
147
Botswana
2,021,144 0.03% 0.87% 581,792 3
148
Gambia
1,849,285 0.03% 3.18% 11,295 164
149
Guinea-Bissau
1,704,255 0.02% 2.39% 36,125 47
150
Gabon
1,671,711 0.02% 2.36% 267,688 6
151
Trinidad and Tobago
1,341,151 0.02% 0.28% 5,130 261
152
Bahrain
1,332,171 0.02% 1.66% 694 1920
153
Estonia
1,287,251 0.02% -0.28% 45,100 29
154
Swaziland
1,249,514 0.02% 1.49% 17,364 72
155
Mauritius
1,244,403 0.02% 0.37% 2,040 610
156
Cyprus
1,141,166 0.02% 1.08% 9,251 123
157
Timor-Leste
1,132,879 0.02% 1.66% 14,874 76
158
Fiji
881,065 0.01% 0.73% 18,274 48
159
Réunion
875,375 0.01% 1.16% 2,510 349
160
Djibouti
872,932 0.01% 1.52% 23,200 38
161
Guyana
799,613 0.01% 0.54% 214,950 4
162
Equatorial Guinea
757,014 0.01% 2.77% 28,051 27
163
Bhutan
753,947 0.01% 1.60% 47,001 16
164
Comoros
734,917 0.01% 2.40% 1,861 395
165
Montenegro
621,383 0.01% 0.05% 13,812 45
166
Western Sahara
567,315 0.01% 3.21% 265,970 2
167
China, Macao SAR
566,375 0.01% 1.78% 26 21784
168
Solomon Islands
561,231 0.01% 2.09% 28,897 19
169
Suriname
539,276 0.01% 0.88% 163,814 3
170
Luxembourg
530,380 0.01% 1.35% 2,586 205
171
Cape Verde
498,897 0.01% 0.83% 4,033 124
172
Guadeloupe
465,800 0.01% 0.50% 1,705 273
173
Malta
429,004 0.01% 0.30% 316 1358
174
Brunei Darussalam
417,784 0.01% 1.35% 5,765 72
175
Martinique
403,682 0.01% 0.24% 1,102 366
176
Bahamas
377,374 0.01% 1.45% 13,878 27
177
Maldives
345,023 <0.01% 1.89% 298 1158
178
Belize
331,900 <0.01% 2.38% 22,966 14
179
Iceland
329,535 <0.01% 1.14% 103,012 3
180
Barbados
284,644 <0.01% 0.50% 430 662
181
French Polynesia
276,831 <0.01% 1.07% 4,000 69
182
New Caledonia
256,496 <0.01% 1.32% 18,575 14
183
Vanuatu
252,763 <0.01% 2.21% 12,189 21
184
French Guiana
249,227 <0.01% 2.48% 90,006 3
185
Mayotte
222,152 <0.01% 2.71% 374 594
186
Sao Tome and Principe
192,993 <0.01% 2.58% 964 200
187
Samoa
190,372 <0.01% 0.76% 2,831 67
188
Saint Lucia
182,273 <0.01% 0.83% 539 338
189
Guam
165,124 <0.01% 1.27% 549 301
190
Channel Islands
162,018 <0.01% 0.50% 195 831
191
Curaçao
158,760 <0.01% 2.17% 444 358
192
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
109,373 <0.01% 0.01% 388 282
193
United States Virgin Islands
106,627 <0.01% 0.10% 347 307
194
Grenada
105,897 <0.01% 0.38% 344 308
195
Tonga
105,323 <0.01% 0.43% 650 162
196
Micronesia (Fed. States of)
103,549 <0.01% 0.16% 702 148
197
Aruba
102,911 <0.01% 0.45% 180 572
198
Kiribati
102,351 <0.01% 1.54% 726 141
199
Seychelles
92,838 <0.01% 0.55% 455 204
200
Antigua and Barbuda
89,985 <0.01% 1.03% 442 204
201
Isle of Man
85,888 <0.01% 0.72% 572 150
202
Andorra
79,218 <0.01% 0.77% 468 169
203
Dominica
72,003 <0.01% 0.42% 751 96
204
Bermuda
65,341 <0.01% 0.19% 53 1233
205
Cayman Islands
58,435 <0.01% 1.55% 264 221
206
Greenland
56,987 <0.01% 0.26% 2,191,808 <0
207
American Samoa
55,165 <0.01% -0.04% 199 277
208
Saint Kitts and Nevis
54,191 <0.01% 1.12% 261 208
209
Northern Mariana Islands
53,855 <0.01% 0.44% 464 116
210
Marshall Islands
52,634 <0.01% 0.21% 181 291
211
Faeroe Islands
49,469 <0.01% -0.03% 1,399 35
212
Sint Maarten (Dutch part)
45,233 <0.01% 1.97% 34 1330
213
Monaco
37,831 <0.01% 0.79% 1 25390
214
Liechtenstein
36,925 <0.01% 0.73% 160 231
215
Turks and Caicos Islands
33,098 <0.01% 2.05% 430 77
216
San Marino
31,448 <0.01% 0.60% 61 516
217
Gibraltar
29,310 <0.01% 0.07% 6 4885
218
British Virgin Islands
28,341 <0.01% 1.13% 151 188
219
Palau
20,918 <0.01% 0.79% 459 46
220
Cook Islands
20,629 <0.01% 0.53% 236 87
221
Caribbean Netherlands
19,130 <0.01% 2.44% 328 58
222
Anguilla
14,300 <0.01% 1.19% 91 157
223
Wallis and Futuna Islands
13,272 <0.01% -0.62% 200 66
224
Nauru
10,051 <0.01% 0.19% 21 479
225
Tuvalu
9,876 <0.01% 0.18% 26 380
226
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
6,043 <0.01% 0.01% 242 25
227
Montserrat
5,091 <0.01% 0.88% 102 50
228
Saint Helena
4,129 <0.01% -0.57% 122 34
229
Falkland Islands (Malvinas)
3,044 <0.01% 0.27% 12,176 <0
230
Niue
1,344 <0.01% -2.85% 260 5
231
Tokelau
1,195 <0.01% 1.93% 12 100
232
Holy See
799 <0.01% 0.03% <1 1816
233
WORLD
7,162,119,434 100.00% 1.15% 136,806,987,966 52

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World Population: Gender, Age, Fertility Rate, Immigration

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How many people have ever lived on earth?

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It was written during the 1970s that 75% of the people who had ever been born were alive at that moment. This was grossly false.

Assuming that we start counting from about 50,000 B.C., the time when modern Homo sapiens appeared on the earth (and not from 700,000 B.C. when the ancestors of Homo sapiens appeared, or several million years ago when hominids were present), taking into account that all population data are a rough estimate, and assuming a constant growth rate applied to each period up to modern times, it has been estimated that a total of approximately 106 billion people have been born since the dawn of the human specie, making the population currently alive roughly 6% of all people who have ever lived on planet Earth.

Others have estimated the number of human beings who have ever lived to be anywhere from 45 billion to 125 billion, with most estimates falling into the range of 90 to 110 billion humans.

World Population clock: sources and methodology

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The world population counter displayed on Worldometers takes into consideration data from two major sources: the United Nations and the U.S. Census Bureau.

  1. The United Nations Population Division of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs every two years calculates, updates, and publishes estimates of total population in its World Population Prospects series. These population estimates and projections provide the standard and consistent set of population figures that are used throughout the United Nations system.

    The World Population Prospect: the 2012 Revision provides the most recent data available (released on June 13, 2013). Estimates and projected world population and country specific populations are given from 1950 through 20100. According to the United Nations, world population has reached 7 billion on October 31, 2011.

    Data underlying the population estimates are national and sub national census data and data on births, deaths, and migrants available from national sources and publications, as well as from questionnaires. For all countries, census and registration data are evaluated and, if necessary, adjusted for incompleteness by the Population Division as part of its preparations of the official United Nations population estimates and projections.

  2. The International Programs Center at the U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division also develops estimates and projections based on analysis of available data (based on census, survey, and administrative information) on population, fertility, mortality, and migration for each country or area of the world.

    For most countries adjustment of the data is necessary to correct for errors, omissions, and inconsistencies in the data. Finally, since most recent data for a single country is often at least two years old, the current world population figure is necessarily a projection of past data based on assumed trends. As new data become available, assumptions and data are reevaluated and past conclusions and current figures may be modified.

    For information about how these estimates and projections are made by the U.S. Census Bureau, see the Population Estimates and Projections Methodology.

Why Worldometers clocks are the most accurate

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The above world population clock is based on the estimates of the United Nations and will show the same number wherever you are in the world and whatever time you set on your PC. Worldometers is the only website to show live counters that are based on UN data and that do not follow the user's PC clock.

Visitors around the world visiting a PC clock based counter, such as the the United Nations' one on http://7billionactions.org and http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/7-billion see different numbers depending on where they are located, and therefore have seen the clock reaching 7 billion whenever their locally set PC clocks reached 4:21:10 AM on October 31, 2011. As a test, try changing the date to yesterday on your computer clock, and watch what happens to http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/7-billion. With 39 time zones around the world, every visitor is seeing a different number right now on the United Nations clock. Look instead at Worldometers.

Obviously, the UN data is based on estimates and can't be 100% accurate, so in all honesty nobody can possibly say with any degree of certainty on which day world population reaches 7 billion (or any other exact number), let alone at what time. But once an estimate is done (based on the best data and analysis available), the world population clock should be showing the same number at any given time anywhere around the world.




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