Subregions in Oceania by population (2018)

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# Region Population
(2018)
Yearly
Change
Net
Change
Density
(P/Km²)
Area
(Km²)
Migrants
(net)
Fert.
Rate
Med.
Age
Urban
Pop %
World
Share
1 Australia and New Zealand 29,521,845 1.25 % 365,4664 7,945,610 200,800 1.91031472 37 89.4 % 0.4 %
2 Melanesia 10,515,806 1.89 % 195,30020 529,590 -7,065 3.67272208 22 18.8 % 0.1 %
3 Polynesia 691,565 0.76 % 5,19485 8,090 -6,989 2.97113312 26 43 % 0 %
4 Micronesia 531,996 0.85 % 4,466168 3,170 -4,747 3.00271032 26 67.7 % 0 %

World Population by Region in 1950

#RegionPopulation
(1950)
World
Share
1 Asia 1,404,061,590 55.4 %
2 Europe 549,375,019 21.7 %
3 Africa 228,670,019 9 %
4 Northern America 172,602,624 6.8 %
5 Latin America and the Caribbean 168,917,693 6.7 %
6 Oceania 12,647,776 0.5 %

World Population by Region in 2050

#RegionPopulation
(2050)
World
Share
1 Asia 5,256,927,499 53.8 %
2 Africa 2,527,556,761 25.9 %
3 Latin America and the Caribbean 779,841,201 8 %
4 Europe 715,721,014 7.3 %
5 Northern America 434,654,823 4.4 %
6 Oceania 57,121,455 0.6 %
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