Latin America and the Caribbean population 653,060,400 (live)

The population of Latin America and the Caribbean is expected to grow by 6,412,000 in 2018 and reach 656,832,000 in 2019. Migration (including immigration and emigration) decreases population by 334,368 people yearly.

Current population 653,060,400 people at present (Saturday 26th of May 2018)
Median Age 32.5 years
Population of Latin America and the Caribbean from 1960 to 2018 (historical)
Year Population Year change Migrants Median age Fertility rate Density (Ppl/km2) Urban population
2018 650,546,000 6,412,000 (1.0%) -334,368 32.5 524,234,000 (80.6%)
2017 644,134,000 6,501,459 (1.0%) -334,368 32.3 517,466,000 (80.3%)
2016 637,632,541 6,605,771 (1.0%) -334,368 32.0 510,618,522 (80.1%)
2015 631,026,770 6,726,470 (1.1%) -334,368 31.7 503,687,630 (79.8%)
2010 596,447,611 7,124,907 (1.2%) -366,623 30.3 467,765,063 (78.4%)
2005 560,649,388 7,111,501 (1.3%) -499,537 29.0 431,140,575 (76.9%)
2000 524,800,864 7,505,828 (1.4%) -1,125,467 27.7 394,889,045 (75.2%)
1995 485,880,425 8,081,057 (1.7%) -977,261 26.6 354,446,085 (72.9%)
1990 445,014,438 8,183,024 (1.8%) -665,674 25.7 313,446,151 (70.4%)
1985 404,237,616 8,183,655 (2.0%) -759,513 25.0 272,779,616 (67.5%)
1980 363,533,215 7,947,590 (2.2%) -702,811 24.4 233,524,715 (64.2%)
1975 324,584,062 7,602,435 (2.3%) -646,709 24.0 197,006,281 (60.7%)
1970 287,355,463 7,136,671 (2.5%) -455,089 23.7 163,853,790 (57.0%)
1965 252,705,969 6,693,849 (2.7%) -390,823 23.6 134,535,081 (53.2%)
1960 220,429,883 6,129,933 (2.7%) -291,141 23.7 108,621,854 (49.3%)

In 2017 the population of Latin America and the Caribbean was 644,134,000 and the average age increased from 23.7 in 1960 to 32.3. Urban population has increased from 394,889,045 (75.2%) in 2000 to 524,234,000 (80.6%) in the current year.

Estimated Population 2020-2050
Year Population Year change Migrants Median age Fertility rate Density (Ppl/km2) Urban population
2020 662,995,000 6,163,000 (0.9%) -291,141 33.1 537,461,000 (81.1%)
2025 691,783,000 5,477,000 (0.8%) -246,788 34.6 568,462,000 (82.2%)
2030 716,952,000 4,726,000 (0.7%) -248,062 36.0 596,169,000 (83.2%)
2035 738,173,000 3,930,000 (0.5%) -241,264 37.5 620,290,000 (84.0%)
2040 755,438,000 3,138,000 (0.4%) -240,028 38.9 640,930,000 (84.8%)
2045 768,771,000 2,360,000 (0.3%) -239,504 40.2 658,281,000 (85.6%)
2050 778,229,000 1,585,000 (0.2%) -239,504 41.4 672,284,000 (86.4%)

Total Latin America and the Caribbean population should reach 662,995,000 by 2020 and should increase to 778,229,000 people by year 2050.

Latin America and the Caribbean demographics 2017

The demographics of Latin America and the Caribbean constitutes of 328,900,000 women and 321,391,000 men, which means there are 977 men per 1000 women.