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UN World Population Prospects 2022 Report: 7.94 Billion People, 8 Billion in Nov 2022, Lifespan Averages 71 Years Old, Australian & New Zealanders Live Longest at 84.2 Years

5th August 2022 | Hong Kong

The United Nations has released the World Population Prospects 2022 Report, with global population in 2022 at 7.94 billion, forecast to reach 8 billion on 15th of November 2022 and 9.68 billion in 2050 (28 years later).  India is expected to overtake China as the world’s largest population with 1.5 billion in 2023.   In 2022, the world’s top 5 most populous countries are China (1.42 billion), India (1.41 billion), United States (337 million), Indonesia (275 million) and Pakistan (234 million).  Africa & Asia represent 76.9% of world’s population (6.109 billion of 7.94 billion),  while Americas & Europe represent 22.3% of world’s population (1.77 billion of 7.94 billion).  Global average life expectancy (death) is around 71 years (Male: 68.4, Female: 73.8) with women living 5 years longer than men.  In Asia, the average life is 76.5 years, while in Central & South Asia, it is 67.7 years.  In Europe & North America, the average life is 77.2 years.  Australians & New Zealanders live the longest with 84.2 years, in Eastern & South-Eastern Asia is 76.5 years, in Central & Southern Asia is 67.7 years, In Europe & North America is 77.2 years.  9.7% of the world’s population are over 65 years old.  The regions with the most age 65 years old & above population are Europe & North America (18.7%) and Australia & New Zealand (16.9%).  View: Full Report

“ 7.94 Billion People, 8 Billion in Nov 2022, Lifespan Averages 71 Years Old, Australian & New Zealanders Live Longest at 84.2 Years “

 


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Key Findings:

  • 2022 Global population at 7.94 billion
  • Forecast: 8 billion on 15th of Nov 2022, 9.68 billion in 2050 (28 years later)
  • India is expected to overtake China as the world’s largest population with 1.5 billion in 2023
  • Top 5: China (1.42 billion), India (1.41 billion), United States (337 million) 4. Indonesia (275 million) 5. Pakistan (234 million).  
  • Africa & Asia represent 76.9% of world’s population (6.109 billion of 7.94 billion)
  • Americas & Europe represent 22.3% of world’s population (1.77 billion of 7.94 billion). 

Lifespan: How long would you live

  • Global average life expectancy (death) is around 71 years (Male: 68.4, Female: 73.8) with women living 5 years longer than men. 
  • In Asia the average life is 76.5 years, while in Central & South Asia, it is 67.7 years. 
  • In Europe & North America, the average life is 77.2 years. 
  • Australians & New Zealanders live the longest with 84.2 years (Male: 82.7, Female: 85.6)
  • In Eastern & South-Eastern Asia: 76.5 years (Male: 73.6, Female: 79.6)
  • In Central & Southern Asia: 67.7 years (Male: 65.9, Female: 69.6)
  • In Europe & North America: 77.2 years (Male: 73.9, Female: 80.4)

Population over 65 years old

  • 9.7% of the world’s population are over 65 years old.  
  • The regions with the most age 65 years old & above population are Europe & North America (18.7%) and Australia & New Zealand (16.9%).  
  • In Asia, Eastern & South-Eastern Asia have 12.7% of population age 65 years old & above and Central & Southern Asia have 6.4% of population age 65 years old & above. 

 

2022 Population

Top 10 Largest Population in 2022
  1. China – 1.42 billion
  2. India – 1.41 billion
  3. United States – 337 million
  4. Indonesia – 275 million
  5. Pakistan – 234 million
  6. Nigeria – 216 million
  7. Brazil – 215 million
  8. Bangladesh – 170 million
  9. Russia – 145 million
  10. Mexico – 127 million

 

Population by Region – 2022 (2030, 2050)

Global Population by Region in 2022
  • World: 7.94 billion (8.51 billion, 9.68 billion)
  • Sub-Saharan Africa: 1.15 billion (1.4 billion, 2 billion)
  • Northern Africa & Western Asia: 549 million (617 million, 771 million)
  • Central & Southern Asia: 2.07 billion (2.24 billion, 2.57 billion)
  • Eastern & South-Eastern Asia: 2.34 billion (2.37 billion, 2.31 billion)
  • Latin America & Caribbean: 658 million (695 million, 749 million)
  • Australia / New Zealand: 31 million (34 million, 38 million)
  • Oceania (excludes AU / NZ): 14 million (15 million, 20 million)
  • Europe & North America: 1.12 billion (1.12 billion, 1.12 billion)

India is expected to overtake China as the world’s largest population of 1.5 billion in 2023.   In 2022, the world’s top 5 most populous country are China (1.42 billion), India (1.41 billion), United States (337 million), Indonesia (275 million) and Pakistan (234 million).  Africa & Asia represent 76.9% of world’s population (6.109 billion of 7.94 billion),  while Americas & Europe represent 22.3% of world’s population (1.77 billion of 7.94 billion). 

 

Population 2050 (28 Years Later)

  1. India – 1.66 billion
  2. China – 1.31 billion
  3. United States – 375 million
  4. Nigeria – 375 million
  5. Pakistan – 366 million
  6. Indonesia – 317 million
  7. Brazil – 231 million
  8. Congo – 215 million
  9. Ethiopia – 213 million
  10. Bangladesh – 204 million

 

Population 1990 (32 Years Ago)

  1. China – 1.14 billion
  2. India – 861 million
  3. United States – 246 million
  4. Indonesia – 181 million
  5. Brazil – 149 million
  6. Russia – 148 million
  7. Japan – 123 million
  8. Pakistan – 114 million
  9. Bangladesh – 106 million
  10. Nigeria – 94 million

 

Population by Average Life Expectancy – 2021  (Males, Females)

Life Expectancy by Region in 2022
  • World: 71 Years (68.4, 73.8) 
  • Sub-Saharan Africa:  59.7 Years (57.8, 61.6)
  • North Africa & Western Asia: 72.1 Years (69.7, 74.8)
  • Central & Southern Asia: 67.7 Years (65.9, 69.6)
  • Eastern & South-Eastern Asia: 76.5 Years (73.6, 79.6)
  • Latin America & Caribbean: 72.2 Years (68.8, 75.8)
  • Australia / New Zealand: 84.2 Years (82.7, 85.6)
  • Oceania (excludes AU / NZ): 67.1 Years (64.6, 70.1)
  • Europe & North America: 77.2 Years (73.9, 80.4)

Global average life expectancy (death) is around 71 years (Male: 68.4, Female: 73.8) with women living 5 years longer than men.  In Asia the average life is 76.5 years, while in Central & South Asia, it is 67.7 years.  In Europe & North America, the average life is 77.2 years.  Australians & New Zealanders live the longest with 84.2 years (Male: 82.7, Female: 85.6).  In Eastern & South-Eastern Asia: 76.5 Years (Male: 73.6, Female: 79.6.  In Central & Southern Asia: 67.7 Years (Male: 65.9, Female: 69.6). In Europe & North America: 77.2 Years (Male: 73.9, Female: 80.4)

 

% of Population Over Age 65 – 2022 (2030, 2050)

Population of Age over 65 in 2022
  • World: 9.7% (11.7%, 16.4%)
  • Sub-Saharan Africa: 3% (3.3%, 4.7%)
  • North Africa & Western Asia: 5.5% (7%, 12.5%)
  • Central & Southern Asia: 6.4% (8.1%, 13.4%)
  • Eastern & South-Eastern Asia: 12.7% (16.3%, 25.7%)
  • Latin America & Caribbean: 9.1% (11.5%, 18.8%)
  • Australia / New Zealand: 16.6% (19.4%, 23.7%)
  • Oceania (excludes AU / NZ): 3.9% (5.1%, 8.2%)
  • Europe & North America: 18.7% (22%, 26.9%)

9.7% of the world’s population are over 65 years old.  The regions with the most age 65 years old & above population are Europe & North America (18.7%) and Australia & New Zealand (16.9%).  In Asia, Eastern & South-Eastern Asia have 12.7% of population age 65 years old & above and Central & Southern Asia have 6.4% of population age 65 years old & above. 




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