Poland population 37,802,701 (live)

The population of Poland is expected to decrease by 50,000 in 2018 and reach 37,800,000 in 2019. Migration (including immigration and emigration) decreases population by 10,000 people yearly. On average there are 342,463 births and 401,378 deaths in Poland per year. The population density of Poland has changed from 116.1 in 1980 to 124.0 in 2016.

Current population 37,802,701 people at present (Friday 14th of December 2018)
Median Age 41.6 years
Life expectancy 78.2 years
Population density 124.4 per km2
Population of Poland from 1960 to 2018 (historical)
Year Population Year change Migrants Median age Fertility rate Density (Ppl/km2) Urban population
2018 37,858,000 -50,000 (-0.1%) -10,000 41.6 1.30 124 22,934,000 (60.6%)
2017 37,908,000 -40,016 (-0.1%) -10,000 41.4 1.31 125 22,951,000 (60.5%)
2016 37,948,016 -38,396 (-0.1%) -10,000 41.1 1.31 124 22,970,314 (60.5%)
2015 37,986,412 -25,323 (-0.1%) -10,000 40.8 1.32 124 22,996,594 (60.5%)
2010 38,042,794 -108,809 (-0.3%) -14,799 39.4 1.41 124 23,165,018 (60.9%)
2005 38,165,445 -16,777 (-0.0%) -35,691 37.9 1.24 125 23,453,429 (61.5%)
2000 38,258,629 -401,642 (-1.1%) -36,694 36.1 1.37 125 23,611,695 (61.7%)
1995 38,594,998 52,346 (0.1%) -17,040 34.7 1.62 126 23,733,222 (61.5%)
1990 38,110,782 149,253 (0.4%) -32,000 33.8 2.06 124 23,350,476 (61.3%)
1985 37,201,885 297,751 (0.8%) -60,995 33.1 2.33 121 22,299,554 (59.9%)
1980 35,574,150 326,933 (0.9%) -23,839 33.0 2.28 116 20,663,601 (58.1%)
1975 34,015,199 336,300 (1.0%) -21,319 32.5 2.27 111 18,803,602 (55.3%)
1970 32,664,300 116,000 (0.4%) -34,181 31.5 2.20 107 17,026,266 (52.1%)
1965 31,444,950 305,500 (1.0%) -28,623 30.3 2.52 103 15,762,096 (50.1%)
1960 29,637,450 326,550 (1.1%) -12,509 29.1 2.98 97 14,193,968 (47.9%)

In 2017 the population of Poland was 37,908,000 and the average age increased from 29.1 in 1960 to 41.4. Urban population has increased from 23,611,695 (61.7%) in 2000 to 22,934,000 (60.6%) in the current year. The population density of Poland has changed from 116.1 in 1980 to 124.0 in 2016.

Estimated Population 2020-2050
Year Population Year change Migrants Median age Fertility rate Density (Ppl/km2) Urban population
2020 37,734,000 -66,000 (-0.2%) -10,000 42.2 1.29 124 22,908,000 (60.7%)
2025 37,285,000 -106,000 (-0.3%) -10,000 43.6 1.32 122 22,895,000 (61.4%)
2030 36,596,000 -162,000 (-0.4%) -10,000 45.1 1.39 120 22,910,000 (62.6%)
2035 35,647,000 -204,000 (-0.6%) -10,000 46.4 1.44 117 22,908,000 (64.3%)
2040 34,584,000 -216,000 (-0.6%) -10,000 47.4 1.49 113 22,901,000 (66.2%)
2045 33,533,000 -206,000 (-0.6%) -10,000 48.2 1.54 110 22,849,000 (68.1%)
2050 32,516,000 -209,000 (-0.6%) -10,000 48.8 1.58 106 22,761,000 (70.0%)

Total Poland population should reach 37,734,000 by 2020 and should decrease to 32,516,000 people by year 2050. The life expectancy at birth should reach 83.0 (80.5 years for male and 85.6 years for females). Population density will go up to 105.8 people per square kilometer.

Poland demographics 2017

The population growth rate is minus 0.13% (40,016 residents, including 397,217 deaths). The demographics of Poland constitutes of 19,577,000 women and 18,281,000 men, which means there are 934 men per 1000 women. As far as age distribution goes, 19.7% of population (7,442,883) is 19 or younger, 63.0% of population (23,846,754) is between age 20 and 64 and 17.4% of population (6,568,363) is over 65.

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