United States Population (2022) - Worldometer (2023)

  • The current population ofThe USAes335.708.050for Wednesday, December 7, 2022 according to the Worldometer production of the latest United Nations data.
  • The United StatesThe population for 2020 is estimated at331.002.651people in the middle of the year according to UN data.
  • The United Statespopulation corresponds4,25%againentire world population.
  • UEnumber of rows3on the list ofCountries (and dependencies) by population.
  • The population density in the United States is 36 per km.2(94 people per mile2).
  • the sumTerrathe area is 9,147,420 km2 (3,531,837 sq mi)
  • 82,8%of the population isurban(273,975,139 people in 2020)
  • Losmiddle Agesis in the United States38.3 years.

United States population (2020 and historical)

Againpopulation% annually
change
Yearly
change
migrants (liquid)middle Agesfertility rateDensity (W/Km2)Urban
bang %
urban populationcountry participation
Welt-Pop
world populationFOR US.
world position
2020 331.002.651 0,59% 1.937.734 954.806 38.3 1,78 36 82,8% 273.975.139 4,25% 7.794.798.739 3
2019 329.064.917 0,60% 1.968.652 954.806 37,7 1,85 36 82,5% 271.365.914 4,27% 7.713.468.100 3
2018 327.096.265 0,62 % 2.011.509 954.806 37,7 1,85 36 82,2% 268.786.714 4,29% 7.631.091.040 3
2017 325.084.756 0,64% 2.068.761 954.806 37,7 1,85 36 81,9% 266.243.516 4,31% 7.547.858.925 3
2016 323.015.995 0,67% 2.137.685 954.806 37,7 1,85 35 81,7% 263.743.312 4,33% 7.464.022.049 3
2015 320.878.310 0,76 % 2.373.367 992.343 37.6 1,88 35 81,4% 261.287.811 4,35% 7.379.797.139 3
2010 309.011.475 0,93 % 2.803.593 1.085.751 36,9 2.06 34 80,7% 249.297.076 4,44% 6.956.823.603 3
2005 294.993.511 0,93 % 2.656.520 1.066.979 36.1 2.04 32 80,0% 235.892.407 4,51% 6.541.907.027 3
2000 281.710.909 1,22% 3.309.4331.771.991 35.2 2,00 31 79,1% 222.927.913 4,59% 6.143.493.823 3
1995 265.163.745 1,01% 2.608.687 892.751 34,0 2.03 29 77,4% 205.240.402 4,62% 5.744.212.979 3
1990 252.120.309 0,95% 2.324.097 673.371 32,8 1,91 28 75,4% 190.156.233 4,73% 5.327.231.061 3
1985 240.499.825 0,94 % 2.204.694 676.492 31.4 1,80 26 74,6% 179.400.645 4,94% 4.870.921.740 3
1980 229.476.354 0,93 % 2.079.021 754.176 30,0 1,77 25 73,8% 169.422.683 5,15% 4.458.003.514 3
1975 219.081.251 0,90% 1.913.582 577.869 29,0 2.03 24 73,7% 161.450.209 5,37% 4.079.480.606 3
1970 209.513.341 0,96% 1.955.933 311.211 28.4 2.54 23 73,6% 154.262.109 5,66% 3.700.437.046 3
1965 199.733.676 1,36% 2.602.621 367.146 28.6 3.23 22 71,9% 143.624.659 5,98% 3.339.583.597 3
1960 186.720.571 1,69% 3.007.047 424.979 29,7 3,58 20 70,0% 130.757.407 6,15% 3.034.949.748 3
1955 171.685.336 1,57% 2.576.188 173.553 30.3 3.31 19 67,2% 115.375.863 6,19% 2.773.019.936 3

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Data processing by the United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division.World Population Prospects: The 2019 Revision🇧🇷 (medium fertility variant).

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US population forecast

1.081.252

Againpopulation% annually
change
Yearly
change
migrants (liquid)middle Agesfertility rateDensity (W/Km2)Urban
bang %
urban populationcountry participation
Welt-Pop
world populationFOR US.
world position
2020 331.002.651 0,62 % 2.024.868 954.806 38.3 1,78 36 82,8% 273.975.139 4,25% 7.794.798.739 3
2025 340.399.601 0,56 % 1.879.390 922.456 39.1 1,78 37 84,4% 287.421.363 4,16% 8.184.437.460 3
2030 349.641.876 0,54% 1.848.455 982.310 39,9 1,78 38 86,1% 301.000.560 4,09% 8.548.487.400 3
2035 358.690.999 0,51% 1.809.825 1.046.821 40,9 1,78 39 87,5% 313.969.203 4,04% 8.887.524.213 3
2040 366.572.154 0,44% 1.576.231 1.062.465 41.6 1,78 40 88,9% 325.949.179 3,98% 9.198.847.240 3
2045 373.343.348 0,37 % 1.354.239 1.073.911 42.2 1,78 41 90,2% 336.913.503 3,94% 9.481.803.274 3
2050 379.419.102 0,32% 1.215.151 42,7 1,78 41 91,5% 347.346.215 3,90% 9.735.033.990 4

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Home page:United States demographics

hope of life

79.11 years

(Life expectancy at birth, both sexes)
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infant mortality

5.5

(infant mortality per 1,000 live births)
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Deaths under 5 years

7,0

(per 1,000 live births)
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Top US Cities by Population

(includes municipalities, districts, metropolitan areas, etc.)

# NAME OF THE CITY POPULATION
1 New York 8.175.133
2 The angel 3.971.883
3 Chicago 2.720.546
4 Brooklyn 2.300.664
5 Houston 2.296.224
6 Queens 2.272.771
7 Philadelphia 1.567.442
8 Phoenix 1.563.025
9 Manhattan 1.487.536
10 Saint Anthony 1.469.845
11 San Diego 1.394.928
12 O Bronx 1.385.108
13 Dallas 1.300.092
14 San Jose 1.026.908
fifteen Austin 931.830
sixteen Jacksonville 868.031
17 San Francisco 864.816
18 colon 850.106
19 Fort Worth 833.319
20 Indianapolis 829.718
21 Charlotte 827.097
22 Seattle 684.451
23 Denver 682.545
24 The step 681.124
25 Detroit 677.116
26 Boston 667.137
27 Memphis 655.770
28 New South Memphis 641.608
29 Portland 632.309
30 Oklahoma City 631.346
31 Las Vegas 623.747
32 Baltimore 621.849
33 Washington, D.C. 601.723
34 Milwaukee 600.155
35 Boston del Sur 571.281
36 Albuquerque 559.121
37 Tucson 531.641
38 Nashville 530.852
39 Fresno 520.052
40 Sacrament 490.712
41 Kansas City 475.378
42 Langer Strand 474.140
43 low hill 471.825
44 island states 468.730
45 Atlanta 463.878
46 Colorado Springs 456.568
47 Virginia Beach 452.745
48 Raleigh 451.066
49 Omaha 443.885
50 Miami 441.003
51 Oakland 419.267
52 Minneapolis 410.939
53 Tulsa 403.505
54 wichita 389.965
55 Nova Orleans 389.617
56 Arlington 388.125
57 Cleveland 388.072
58 Bakersfield 373.640
59 sheltered bay 371.657
60 Tampa 369.075
61 aurora borealis 359.407
62 Anaheim 350.742
63 west of raleigh 338.759
64 Santa Ana 335.400
Sixty-five Body of Christ 324.074
66 Banco 322.424
67 San Louis 315.685
68 Lexington-Fayette 314.488
69 Stockton 305.658
70 Pittsburgh 304.391

also see

  • United States demographics
    • middle Ages (Historical Chart)
    • total fertility rate (Historical Chart)
    • Urban population vs. rural(Historical Chart)
  • Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the United States
  • The largest cities in the United States
  • population of North America
  • world population
  • world map
  • World population by country

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LosPopulation of the United States (live)The counter displays a continuously updated estimate of the current population of the United States of America, provided byWorldometer RTS algorithm, which processes data collected by the United Nations Population Division.

LosUnited States population (1950 - 2019)The graph represents the total population as of July 1 of each year from 1950 to 2019.

LosAnnual population growth rateThe graph represents the annual percentage changes in population recorded on July 1 of each year from 1951 to 2019. This number may differ from% annual variationis shown in the historical table showing the equivalent percentage change for the past year, assuming smooth change over the previous five year period.

The definition

Again: on July 1 of the year indicated.

population: Total population (both sexes and all ages) in the country on July 1 of the year indicated, estimated by the Population Division of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations.World Population Prospects: The 2019 Revision🇧🇷 The UN variant of mean fertility is used for forecast years.


% annual variation: For 2019: percentage change of the total population in the last year (from 1 July 2018 to 30 June 2019). For all other years: Equivalent annual percentage change for the most recent year, assuming homogeneous change over the last five years, calculated by reverse compounding.

annual change: For 2019: Absolute change in the total population (increase or decrease in the number of persons) in the last year (from July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019). For all other years: average annual numerical change over the previous five-year period.

migrants (liquid): The annual average of immigrants minus the number of emigrants in the previous five-year period (from July 1 to June 30 of the beginning and ending year) or the following five-year period (for 2016 data). A negative number means there are more emigrants than immigrants.

middle Ages: Age that divides the population into two numerically equal groups: half of the people are older than the given median and the other half are younger. This parameter provides information about the age distribution.

fertility rate: (total fertility rate or TGF), is expressed in children per woman. It is calculated as the average number of children an average woman will have during her reproductive years (ages 15 to 49) based on the currentfertility ratefrom all age groups in the country and assuming it is not subject to mortality.

Density (W/Km2): (population density) population per square kilometer (Km²).

urban population %: Urban population as a percentage of the total population.

urban population: Population living in areas classified as urban according to the criteria used by each country.

Participation of the country in world pop: Country's total population as a percentage of the total world population on July 1 of the given year.

world population: Total world population on July 1 of the year indicated.

world position: Position of the United States in the list of all countries in the world ordered by population (from largest to smallest population) on July 1 of the year indicated.

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