EU member states: total population in 2017 with a forecast for 2050, by country (in million inhabitants)

Total population of the EU member states in 2017 and 2050 This statistic shows the total population of the EU member states in 2017, with a forecast for 2050, sorted by country. In 2017, Germany was the leading EU country in terms of population. In 2050, approximately 83.2 million people will live in Germany, according to the forecast. See the total EU population figures for more information.
The global population

The global population is rapidly increasing. Between 1990 and 2015, it increased by around 2 billion people. Furthermore, it is estimated that the global population will have increased by another 1 billion by 2030. Asia is the continent with the largest population, followed by Africa and Europe. In Asia,the two most populous nations worldwide are located, China and India. In 2014, the combined population in China and India alone amounted to more than 2.6 billion people. for comparison, the total population in the whole continent of Europe is at around 741 million people. As of 2014, about 60 percent of the global population was living in Asia, with only approximately 10 percent in Europe and even less in the United States.

Europe is the continent with the second highest life expectancy at birth in the world, only barely surpassed by Northern America. In 2013, the life expectancy at birth in Europe was around 78 years. Stable economies and developing and emerging markets in European countries provide for good living conditions. Seven of the top twenty countries in the world with the largest gross domestic product in 2015 are located in Europe.
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population mid-2017 (millions)Projected population (millions) – mid-2050
Germany83.183.2
United Kingdom66.277.7
France6572.3
Italy60.557.5
Spain46.644.4
Poland38.432.6
Romania19.613.9
Netherlands17.118.1
Belgium11.312.7
Greece10.79.1
Czech Republic10.610.4
Portugal10.39.2
Sweden10.112.4
Hungary9.89.5
Austria8.89.8
Bulgaria7.15.8
Demnark5.86.3
Finland5.55.9
Slovakia5.45
Ireland4.85.9
Croatia4.13.4
Lithuania2.82.4
Slovenia2.11.9
Latvia1.91.5
Estonia1.31.1
Cyprus1.21.4
Luxembourg0.60.7
Malta0.40.4
population mid-2017 (millions)Projected population (millions) – mid-2050
Germany83.183.2
United Kingdom66.277.7
France6572.3
Italy60.557.5
Spain46.644.4
Poland38.432.6
Romania19.613.9
Netherlands17.118.1
Belgium11.312.7
Greece10.79.1
Czech Republic10.610.4
Portugal10.39.2
Sweden10.112.4
Hungary9.89.5
Austria8.89.8
Bulgaria7.15.8
Demnark5.86.3
Finland5.55.9
Slovakia5.45
Ireland4.85.9
Croatia4.13.4
Lithuania2.82.4
Slovenia2.11.9
Latvia1.91.5
Estonia1.31.1
Cyprus1.21.4
Luxembourg0.60.7
Malta0.40.4
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This statistic shows the total population of the EU member states in 2017, with a forecast for 2050, sorted by country. In 2017, Germany was the leading EU country in terms of population. In 2050, approximately 83.2 million people will live in Germany, according to the forecast. See the total EU population figures for more information.
The global population

The global population is rapidly increasing. Between 1990 and 2015, it increased by around 2 billion people. Furthermore, it is estimated that the global population will have increased by another 1 billion by 2030. Asia is the continent with the largest population, followed by Africa and Europe. In Asia,the two most populous nations worldwide are located, China and India. In 2014, the combined population in China and India alone amounted to more than 2.6 billion people. for comparison, the total population in the whole continent of Europe is at around 741 million people. As of 2014, about 60 percent of the global population was living in Asia, with only approximately 10 percent in Europe and even less in the United States.

Europe is the continent with the second highest life expectancy at birth in the world, only barely surpassed by Northern America. In 2013, the life expectancy at birth in Europe was around 78 years. Stable economies and developing and emerging markets in European countries provide for good living conditions. Seven of the top twenty countries in the world with the largest gross domestic product in 2015 are located in Europe.
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Release date
December 2016
Region
EU
Survey time period
mid-2017

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