Bhutan Population

The Bhutanese population

Living-statistics for the population of Bhutan. The Bureau (NSB), the main statistical office and guardian of official statistics in Bhutan! Bhutan's population facts and statistics. Bhutan in population statistics in maps and diagrams. The Bhutan population growth rate, historical and current data.

People of Bhutan (2018 and historical)

Bhutan's present population is 817,205 on Monday 9 July 2018, according to the latest United Nations estimations. The Bhutanese population corresponds to 0.01% of the population. The Bhutanese population is 164th in the country (and dependency) census. Population in Bhutan is 21 per km2 (56 persons per mi2).

Bhutan's average population is 26 years old. Bhutan's population diagram (1950 - 2018) shows the population as a whole on 1 July of each year, from 1950 to 2018.

1st year: from 1 July of the specified year. Population: Whole population ( "both genders and all age groups") in the county on 1 July of the year indicated, as assessed by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division. Perspectives of the world population: Annual Percent Change: 2018: Percent increase in the overall population compared to last year (from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2018).

In all other years: year on year percent variation over the last year on the assumption of a homogenous variation over the previous five-year time frame, expressed by means of reversal joining. Annually change: 2018: last year's complete population changes (increase or reduction in the number of persons) (from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2018).

In all other years: mean year on year numeric variation over the previous five-year cycle. This is the mean yearly number of migrants less the number of emigrés in the previous five years (from 1 July to 30 June of the first and last year) or in the following five years (for 2016 data).

Media Age: The population is divided into two groups of the same number: half of the population is older than the specified media age, and the other half is younger. or TFR, it is measured as the number of kids per wife. This is the mean number of babies that an ordinary female will have during her reproduction time ( "15-49 years old"), on the basis of the actual fertilization rate of each group in the population, and on the assumption that she is not mortally ill.

Tightness (P/Km²): Population per km² (Km²). City population as a proportion of the population. Municipal population: Inhabitants of areas categorized as municipal according to the criterion of the state. Proportion of the population of the country: Overall population of the state as a percent of the overall world population as of July 1 of the given year.

world' s population: Entire world population on 1 July of the given year. Bhutan's place in the global ranking by population (from the highest to the lowest population) as of July 1 of the given year.

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