France: Total population from 2012 to 2022 (in millions)

Total population of France 2022 This statistic shows the total population of France from 2012 to 2017, with projections up until 2022. In 2017, the total population of France amounted to 64.8 million people. See the population of Italy for comparison.
France's population

Although the total French population has annually increased, population growth has been in a slump from 2006 to 2012. However, the decrease of population growth is seemingly irrelative to births in the country, primarily because France’s fertility rate has remained relatively steady over the past decade, based on information from 2011.

Yearly population growth could potentially be attributed to a positive lifestyle in the country and a steady economic growth. France is ranked in the top 30 countries with the highest Human Development Index , also known as HDI, which is determined based on life expectancy at birth, literacy rate, education levels and gross national income per capita. France, in this case, was ranked 12th out of the top 20 countries with the highest life expectancy in 2011.

From an economic standpoint, France has remained stable, despite several complications within the European Union. Since the 2008 financial crisis, France’s unemployment rate has increased and has experienced several swings year-to-year up until 2014. However, despite fluctuating unemployment rates, GDP growth has very slightly been on the rise on a yearly basis, ever since experiencing a dramatic drop in 2009. Additionally, the GDP itself has continuously been fluctuating since 2008), after enduring a continuous increase in the years prior.
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Inhabitants in millions
201263.38
201363.7
201464.03
201564.3
201664.56
201764.8
2018*65.1
2019*65.4
2020*65.7
2021*66
2022*66.3
Inhabitants in millions
201263.38
201363.7
201464.03
201564.3
201664.56
201764.8
2018*65.1
2019*65.4
2020*65.7
2021*66
2022*66.3
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This statistic shows the total population of France from 2012 to 2017, with projections up until 2022. In 2017, the total population of France amounted to 64.8 million people. See the population of Italy for comparison.
France's population

Although the total French population has annually increased, population growth has been in a slump from 2006 to 2012. However, the decrease of population growth is seemingly irrelative to births in the country, primarily because France’s fertility rate has remained relatively steady over the past decade, based on information from 2011.

Yearly population growth could potentially be attributed to a positive lifestyle in the country and a steady economic growth. France is ranked in the top 30 countries with the highest Human Development Index , also known as HDI, which is determined based on life expectancy at birth, literacy rate, education levels and gross national income per capita. France, in this case, was ranked 12th out of the top 20 countries with the highest life expectancy in 2011.

From an economic standpoint, France has remained stable, despite several complications within the European Union. Since the 2008 financial crisis, France’s unemployment rate has increased and has experienced several swings year-to-year up until 2014. However, despite fluctuating unemployment rates, GDP growth has very slightly been on the rise on a yearly basis, ever since experiencing a dramatic drop in 2009. Additionally, the GDP itself has continuously been fluctuating since 2008), after enduring a continuous increase in the years prior.
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Release date
April 2018
Region
France
Survey time period
2012 to 2017
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Values have been rounded to provide a better understanding of the statistic.

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