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World population


In demographics, the world population is the total number of humans currently living. As of March 2016, it was estimated at 7.4 billion, an all-time record high.

World Population Clock: 7.4 Billion People (2016) - Worldometers


The world population (the total number of living humans on Earth) was 7.4 billion as of June 2016 according to Worldometers and based on the latest estimates ...

GeoHive - Current World Population


Home > Global Data > Population: General > Population, today ...

World Population Clock - Census.gov


U.S. and World Population Clock RSS icon ... The United States population on July 4, 2015 was: 321,442,019 ... United States Population Growth by Region.

Current Population is Three Times the Sustainable Level - World ...


Global Footprint Network data shows that humanity uses the equivalent of 1.6 planet Earths to provide the renewable resources we use and absorb our waste.<sup>1</sup>  ...

World Population Clock Live - Population of the World Today - The ...


is about 200,000 people larger than yesterday. The world population clock LIVE shows you in real time how fast it's actually going. This development will put ...

Total Population of the World by Decade, 1950–2050 - Infoplease


Year, Total world population (mid-year figures), Ten-year growth rate (%). 1950, 2,556,000,053, 18.9%. 1960, 3,039,451,023, 22.0. 1970, 3,706,618,163, 20.2.

BBC - Earth - How many people can our planet really support?


Mar 14, 2016 ... As it stands now, though, the world's population is over 7.3 billion. According to United Nations predictions it could reach 9.7 billion people by ...

World Population | An Interactive Experience - World Population


Watch population growth appear on the map as dots representing concentrations of one million people. Learn about important milestones in human history and ...

World Population Growth - Our World In Data


A picture of world population in the very long-run fits the pattern of exponential growth (when a population grows exponentially the rate of growth is proportional  ...

There are 6,928,198,253 people living in the world.