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The world population rankings have been announced: Turkey ranked 18th among 194 countries.

The world population rankings have been announced: Turkey ranked 18th among 194 countries.

09.07.2024 17:32

On July 11th, the United Nations population estimates for 2023 were announced in honor of "World Population Day". According to this, Turkey ranks 18th among 194 countries in terms of population size, with a population of 85,372,377 people, constituting 1.1% of the world's total population.

The Turkish Statistical Institute has shared the 2024 World Population Day data. Turkey, ranking 18th among 194 countries, drew attention with its population density. The country with the highest population is India, with 1,428,627,663 people.



Three countries make up 39% of the world's population



According to United Nations population estimates, India will have the highest population in 2023, with 1,428,627,663 people, followed by China with 1,425,671,352 people and the United States with 339,996,563 people. These three countries make up 39.7% of the world's total population. Turkey ranks 18th among 194 countries in terms of population size, with a population of 85,372,377 people, accounting for 1.1% of the world's total population.



Countries with the highest child population rates are from Africa



According to United Nations population estimates, when the child population rates of countries within the total population of countries are examined, Niger and the Central African Republic have the highest child population rates with 55.5%. Chad follows with 54.2% and Mali with 54.0%. The country with the lowest child population rate is the Republic of Korea with 13.9%. Japan follows with 14.1% and Singapore with 14.2%.



Turkey falls below the average



The child population rate worldwide average was 29.8% in 2023. It was observed that Turkey's child population rate is below the world average with 26.0%.



Turkey's child population rate is higher than EU countries



When the child population rates of the 27 European Union member countries are examined according to United Nations population estimates, it is seen that Ireland has the highest child population rate with 23.3%, followed by Sweden with 21.0% and France with 20.7%. The countries with the lowest child population rates are Italy with 15.1%, Malta with 15.6%, and Portugal with 16.0%. It is seen that Turkey's child population rate of 26.0% is higher than the child population rates of EU member countries.



Highest youth population is in Syria



According to United Nations population estimates, when the youth population rates of countries within the total population of countries are examined, Syria has the highest youth population rate with 24.1%. It is followed by the Central African Republic and East Timor with 22.3% and Eritrea with 22.1%. The country with the lowest youth population rate is Ukraine with 6.8%. It is followed by Qatar with 7.6% and Monaco with 8.5%.



Turkey surpasses European Union countries



When the youth population rates of the 27 European Union member countries are examined according to United Nations population estimates, it is seen that Ireland has the highest youth population rate with 13.1%, followed by Denmark with 12.0% and the Netherlands with 11.9%. The countries with the lowest youth population rates are Malta with 9.0%, Lithuania with 9.4%, and Bulgaria and Slovenia with 9.5%.



Monaco has the highest elderly population



According to United Nations population estimates, when the elderly population rates of countries within the total population of countries are examined, Monaco has the highest elderly population rate with 35.8%. It is followed by Japan with 30.1% and Italy with 24.5%. The country with the lowest elderly population rate is Qatar with 1.6%. It is followed by Uganda with 1.7% and Zambia with 1.8%.



The elderly population rate in Turkey is slightly above the world average



The elderly population rate worldwide average was 10% in 2023. It was observed that Turkey's elderly population rate is slightly above the world average with 10.2%.



Turkey's elderly population rate is lower than European Union member countries.



 
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