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Total Population of the World 2014
Figures of the latest total population of the world are based from the data of United States (US) Census Bureau. It is a US government agency responsible for gathering national and international demographic data and economic data. Demographic data includes current total population of the world, USA, and of other nations.
Table of the World's Total Population by Year
As of January 2, 2013, the total population of the world reaches to 7,137,811,670. While the total population of the United States is estimated to be 317,302,524.
As of January 7, 2013, the total population of the world reaches to 7,058,081,098. While the total population of the United States is estimated to be 315,123,517.
On World Population Day (November 7, 2012), the total population of the world reaches at 7,025,523,939 based on US Census Bureau estimate.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the current total population of the the world in year 2011 is more than 6.9 billion people.
As of March 31, 2011, the country having the largest total population in the world is China. According to the Chinese Official Population Clock, the current total population of China is 1,343,170,000 (1.3 billion) and growing.
Picture of the Map of Countries by Population
Today, Wikipedia listed and updated their list of the Top 10 Countries With the Largest Population in the World. Here is their current update.
Current Countries with Largest Total Population of the World 2011
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