As of 2018, Philippines has around 105 million total population.
Philippines is divided into eighteen (18) regions.
Total Population of the Philippines by Region (2015)
|1||National Capital Region||
|2||Cordillera Administrative Region||1722006|
|3||Region I (Ilocos)||5026128|
|4||Region II (Cagayan Valley)||3451410|
|5||Region III (Central Luzon)||11218177|
|6||Region IVa (Calabarzon)||14414774|
|7||Region IVb (Mimaropa)||2963360|
|8||Region V (Bicol)||5796989|
|9||Region VI (Western Visayas)||4477247|
|10||Region VII (Central Visayas)||6041903|
|11||Negros Island Region||4414131|
|12||Region VIII (Eastern Visayas)||4440150|
|13||Region IX (Zamboanga Peninsula)||3629783|
|14||Region X (Northern Mindanao)||4689302|
|15||Region XI (Davao Region)||4893318|
|16||Region XII (Socksargen)||4542276|
|17||Region XIII (Caraga)||2596709|
|18||Autunomous Region in Muslim Mindanao||3781387|
If you sort the table from the biggest to the lowest population, you can see that the most populated region in the Philippines is the Region IVa (Calabarzon) having around 14.4 million people.
While the region with the lowest population in the Philippines is the Cordillera Administrative Region having around 1.72 million people.
Population data for 2016 onwards has not been surveyed and gathered yet.
This will be updated as soon as new data will be released.
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