The 10 Most Populated Countries In The World

It can allow you to learn about other cultures, and other people’s beliefs.
It can teach you about different cultures, different ways of life, while taking you to new places.

The people in these countries have specific things to consider:

– Culture (religion, culture, family, customs, traditions)
– History
– Beliefs and Religion

They have to consider these things before they visit, and this is how the [Original] paragraph is written.

We were discussing a little bit, but I think something that comes to mind is that this is really important.

While this may not be a direct answer to your question, hopefully it will lead you on a path that helps you to understand how the world works.

And that’s a list of the 10 most populous countries in the world.

The 10 Most Populated Countries In The World

Figures were compiled by worldometers which provides a more objective, transparent and complete count of the world’s population.

China, United States, India, Indonesia, Brazil, Pakistan, Nigeria, Mexico, Bangladesh, Indonesia.

10. Mexico – 128 Million

Mexico is the tenth most populated country in the world, and has a rich history that spans over many centuries.

Mexico has become the tenth most populated country in the world. It got there through being a safe, relatively stable, bilingual and ethnically diverse place with people who love baseball, tacos, and people who don’t.

Mexico has a total of approximately 1,972,550 square meters and has approximately 1.63% of the world’s population.

The city is relatively young and has a population of about 70.000 inhabitants.

Mexico City, The capital of Mexico, is the largest capital city in Mexico and the third largest in Latin America. It has a population of over 22 million and is by far the most populated city in the country.

9. Russia – 146 Million 

The next country we are going to look at is India. The population in this country is more than 1.2 billion and the total land area covers more than
2,723,069 km2.

Russia’s population density is roughly the same as that of nine people per km2.

The Russian population is equivalent to approximately 1.89 percent of the world’s total population. It is made up of about 140 different ethnicities. The country is made up of about 7 time zones with different daylight hours. The average Russian is between 34 and 39 years old.

As of 2011, the vast majority of the residents of Russia live in urban areas. The estimated population of urban areas in Russia is 76.9%, and rural areas has a population of 23.1% (2011 figures).

Russia’s population is expected to decline in the next decade. Most experts are predicting a total population of over 140 million people by 2030.

There have been policies put in place to encourage women to have more babies, and not more breast-feeding.

If we want to become a super power, we have to be smart.

8. Bangladesh – 167 Million

In world, Bangladesh is the 8th-most populated country.

It is the 25th largest country in the world. Its land area is the largest in Africa, with a population density of around 1,250 people per square kilometer.

Dhaka is a capital of Bangladesh with a population of 14 Million.

Bangladesh is second largest state in the world after Russia.

Bangladesh population has reached almost 160 million, and is projected to reach 186 million by the year 2050.

Bangladesh is expected to reach a population of 166 million and 181 million by 2020 and 2030.

7. Nigeria – 202 Million

Nigeria is a country in Africa with about 200 million people.

As cities continue to grow, the quality of life for citizens decreases.

Nigerian cities have a population of more than one million.


Here are some more examples for which the original may be considered less clear than the paraphrase. I haven’t heard the original in any of these cases; this is purely based on how I read the sentence.

The United Arab Emirates had a population of seven million in the early
2000s, and the number is dropping.

Lagos is the capital of Ondo State in Nigeria. It is the major economic and cultural centre of the Ondo State of Nigeria. It has about 20.2 million people.

The average age of people in Nigeria is 17.9 years old and it will be hard to find any country with fewer people.

Nigeria is located in Africa, has a total area of 910,770 km2, and its population is equivalent to 2.61% of the world’s total population.

The following examples are shown here for illustration.

Nigeria will continue to have a large population with about 264 million people in 2060 according to a report by the United Nation’s Population Division.

In this context, it will be useful to remember that Nigeria is in the middle of a demographic transition. It is a very young country with a rapid population growth that shows a high fertility rate and low mortality rate, in comparison to the rest of the world.

6. Brazil – 211 Million

Brazil is the sixth most populous country in the world, with a current population of 210 million people.

It is the largest country in South America with a population density of 24.66 people per km2.

The largest city in Brazil is Sao Paulo, with 11.9 million residents. The capital of Brazil is Brasilia.

Brazil is about the size of the US with about the same population.

São Paulo is the tenth largest city in the world by population and the seventh-largest metropolitan area in the world, with more than 20 million people at the time of the census.

After the economic boom of the seventies and eighties more Brazilian families decided to wait for a bit longer to have children, which has resulted in a dramatic decrease in birth rates in Brazil.

The average population is the average number of people in one house divided by the number of houses, or 1.77 per woman.

While Brazil’s population is expected to decrease by 5.3 million people by 2050, the number of elderly people is also expected to increase by almost 2.5 million.

5. Pakistan – 216 Million

Pakistan is ranked at number five on the list of the most populated countries, and on the list of countries with the highest population density.

A country with an area of 770.8 thousand square kilometers and most people live in its major cities.

These cities are Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Faisalabad, Quetta, Peshawar, Sukkur, Gujranwala, Nawabshah and Sui.

Karachi is known as Asia’s most liberal city and is home to the famous Malir Bridge. The beautiful city of Lahore is the capital of Punjab province and is one of Pakistan’s most populated cities.

Currently Pakistan has a median age of 22 years. The population of Pakistan in 2017 was equivalent to 2.81% of the total world population.

Pakistan will see its growth rate drop below 1% by 2050. Which means that it will lose its status as a middle-income country by that year and will need to seek loans and financial aid.

It’s expected that the population will grow to more than 245 million by 2030.

4. Indonesia – 270 Million

Indonesia is in fourth place in the world in population.

Albania is a mountainous country bordered by the Adriatic Sea and Ionian Sea, and the Mediterranean Sea lies to the east.

Indonesia has an area of 1,811,570 km2, or an average size of about 3.5 million km2.

In Indonesia, most people (around 60%) live in the eastern part of the country.

The population of Indonesia is relatively young. Around 40% of the population is below 18 years of age.

It has more than 1 million people in 11 cities, and its capital city has more than 10 million people.

The population of Indonesia is estimated to increase to 246 million by mid-century. Population density is increasing, and that will stress the systems that are used and the ways they are managed. The country is the fourth-fastest growing country in the world and its population will continue to increase even as the population of other countries does so as well, to the point that a couple of centuries from now the population of Southeast Asia and Africa will be higher than that of the Americas.

3. United States – 329 Million

The United States has over 328 million people. It is the third most populated country ever.

And, if that’s not enough, we can look at the total land area in each country as a percentage of the world’s total land area.


And again, the US is big.

It has a population density of 34.47 people per square kilometer and 81.1% live in urban areas.

The most populated state in the United States is California, with over 39 million residents. It’s followed by Texas, with over 28 million.

The United States is the world’s largest country, with more than 320 million people.

The United States is expected to become 450 million people by the year 2050.

2. India – 1.37 Billion

It is the second most populous country in the world and has a population of 1.37 billion people.

The country has grown quite a bit in the last 40 years, adding around 181.5 million people from 2001 to 2011.

Its population is now equivalent to 17.71% of the total world population and has a very high population density of 461 people per kilometer square.

With the exception of Nigeria, the majority of the population of each country lives in urban areas.

Roughly 34.5% of India’s population are located in its major cities, like Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, etc.

The US state of Arizona has a population of 5.8 million people.

In India, the average age is 27.1.

The Indian government is working to implement a population control policy to keep the country’s population growth in check.

1. China – 1.43 Billion

China is a huge country and most of the country is not urbanized.

It holds almost 20% of the world’s population within its borders, and that’s nearly 6.5 million people.

Has a total land area of 9,387,211 km2 and a population density of 153 per square kilometer.

Most of the Chinese population is found in the big cities like Shanghai and Beijing and its median age is 37 years old.

The capital, Beijing, has approximately 11,716,620 residents and the second biggest city, Shanghai, holds around 22,315,474.

Since 2008, China has experienced slow growth, and its economic system is still dominated by the state. In 2019, its economic system will enter a new stage of structural reform. In 2020, the Chinese economy is expected to be in a state of structural rebalancing, and the Chinese economy will gradually become a more independent and efficient system of innovation and development.

People are predicted to continue living longer and have fewer children, and the population will begin to decrease by 2030 onwards.

But for now, I guess I will just have to wait and see what happens. But India is hot on its tail to become the most populated country in the world.


Hopefully, you’ve enjoyed reading our list of the 10 most populated countries in the world.

Now, let’s jump to our next number!

This year was expected to be dominated by Europe, but the US came up with a few surprises. It also looks like more countries are getting in on the online dating action with Tinder. We have to say though, we don’t really know the quality and the quantity of the people in America who are using this app.

In addition, it is important to note that the *migration* of the citizens of these nations from their native regions will likely continue over the coming years.
The *death* rate of each of these countries is also something to watch over the coming years.

In this world, it’s the most populous country in the world, with over a billion people living within its borders.

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