Top 10 Most Populous Countries in the World
The whole world ended up crowding, becoming increasingly densely populated. The human being has reached over 7 billion so far, and it is estimated that it will increase to 10 billion by 2050. It is nature’s rule to balance every thing in life. Analyze how many countries have high death rates rather than growth due to natural disasters. The population is also affected by human activities such as terrorism and internal and external wars. The fewer people, the more food, the more water and natural resources. The United States Census estimates that the world population reached 7,444,4443,881 inhabitants on January 1, 2018. This same census pointed out the most populous countries in the world. Check out! Coincidentally, Brazil, besides being the fifth in population, is also the fifth largest in territorial area in the world . Top 10 most populous countries in the world in 2018
10. JAPAN: POPULATION OF 126 MILLION
Japan is a developed country with an overpopulation although its extension is small. It is ranked as the 10th most populous country in the world, with its population of 126,168,133 people (2018). In 2010, the population was higher than in 2016, it was 126,804,433. This happened due to a natural disaster that hit Japan and the low birth rate. There are estimates that by 2050 the population of Japan will be 93,673,826 individuals.
9. RUSSIA: POPULATION OF 142 MILLION
Unlike Japan, Russia has no birth control and has the largest land area in the world populated by 142,122,415 inhabitants (2018). Even so, the Russian population is going slowly, according to the 2010 count was 139,390,205 and in 2000 it was 146.709.971. This shows the reduction in the rate of growth in Russia. By 2050 this figure could reduce to 109,187,353.
8. BANGLADESH: POPULATION OF 159 MILLION
Bangladesh is not a well-developed country, but its population is growing rapidly. In 2018, the number of people reached 159,453,001 making it 8th among the most populous countries in the world. In 2010, there were 156,118,464 citizens. 40% of people live below the poverty line. The expected growth rate up to 2050 is 233,587,279 inhabitants.
7. NIGERIA: POPULATION OF 195 MILLION
Nigeria became the most populous country in Africa with a population of 195,300,034 people in 2018. In 2000 the population was 123,178,818 people and in 2010 the number reached 152,217,341. Nigeria suffers from many problems and overpopulation is one of them. People are living in poverty and joblessness. Half the population of Nigeria is Muslim and the other half is Christian. If this growth rate continues, by 2050 the population will increase to 389,615,000.
6. PAKISTAN: POPULATION OF 207 MILLION
Pakistan is also not a well-developed country, but its rate of population growth is rising rapidly. The current population of Pakistan is 207,862,518 people. This amount in 2010 was 184.404.791. Despite being one of the most populous countries in the world, the country faces difficult days. Most people are living below the poverty line. This high rate of population growth makes the situation more difficult for Pakistan. In 2050, the expected growth rate is 276,428,758 people, surpassing Brazil.
5. BRAZIL: POPULATION OF 208 MILLION
Our Brazil is famous for its highlights in the sport, especially soccer and its beaches are well known worldwide . Brazil has a population of 208,846,892 people in 2018 and is expected to reach 260,692,493 people by 2050. Brazil is the 5th most populous country in the world. The population of Brazil in 2000 was 176,319,621 people and reached 201,103,330 people in 2010.
4. INDONESIA: POPULATION OF 262 MILLION
Indonesia is a large Muslim country where the rate of population growth is running out of control. Its current population is 262,787,051 people in 2018, and in 2010 it was 242,968,342. Population growth is expected to reach 313,020,847 people by 2050.
3. UNITED STATES: POPULATION OF 329 MILLION
The United States is the 3rd most populous country in the world with a population of 329,256,528 people in 2018 and is expected to reach up to 439,010,253 by 2050. In 2010, the US population was only 282,338,631 people. This is a country where people are living and enjoying a stable and balanced financial life. Unlike other countries, population growth can demonstrate a better quality of life.
2. INDIA: POPULATION OF 1.29 BILLION
India occupies an extensive area with a dense population that reached in 2011 the number of 1,296,614,000 people. If we analyze, in 2000 they were 1,004,124,224 and in 2010 it reached 1,173,108,018. India is a country of atomic energy but still suffers from poor quality of life with high poverty rates. Most people are living below the poverty line. India is the second most populous country in the world. The population of India reached 1,296,834,598 in 2018, and expects to reach 2050 with up to 1,656,553,632 people. If this estimate comes true, India will become the most populous country in the world. Surpassing China, which has strict birth control (1 child per person). In India, the government is trying to get around problems of overpopulation by reducing the costs of televisions, cell phones, video games and contraceptive methods. One attempt failed the culture of having many children.
1. CHINA: MOST POPULOUS COUNTRY WITH 1.38 BILLION
China is located in Asia. It is claimed as the most populous country in the world. In 2000 the population was 1,268,853,362 people and 18 years later there were 1,384,541,278 drawn eyes. Such a population requires reliable and competent administration. The nation already uses various means to maintain control. Even with birth control (you can only have 1 child in an urban area and 2 in a rural area), you expect by 2050 to reach a population of 1,403,723,332.