United States of America population 330,242,093 (live)

The population of United States of America is expected to grow by 2,408,000 in 2018 and reach 330,348,000 in 2019. Migration (including immigration and emigration) increases population by 900,000 people yearly. On average there are 4,124,991 births and 2,731,739 deaths in United States of America per year. Rate of natural increase is approximately 0.43 percent per year. The population density of United States of America has changed from 24.8 in 1980 to 35.3 in 2016.

Current population 330,242,093 people at present (Saturday 15th of December 2018)
Median Age 39.1 years
Life expectancy 79.5 years
Population density 35.7 per km2
Population of United States of America from 1960 to 2018 (historical)
Year Population Year change Migrants Median age Fertility rate Density (Ppl/km2) Urban population
2018 327,932,000 2,408,000 (0.7%) 900,000 39.1 1.87 36 269,337,000 (82.1%)
2017 325,524,000 2,396,487 (0.7%) 900,000 38.9 1.86 36 266,799,000 (82.0%)
2016 323,127,513 2,230,895 (0.7%) 900,000 38.7 1.85 35 264,279,530 (81.8%)
2015 320,896,618 2,333,162 (0.7%) 900,000 38.5 1.84 35 261,906,193 (81.6%)
2010 309,348,193 2,576,664 (0.8%) 900,000 37.6 1.93 34 249,866,722 (80.8%)
2005 295,516,599 2,711,301 (0.9%) 1,006,738 36.8 2.06 32 236,200,507 (79.9%)
2000 282,162,411 3,122,411 (1.1%) 1,041,308 36.1 2.06 31 223,069,137 (79.1%)
1995 266,278,000 3,152,000 (1.2%) 1,722,415 35.6 1.98 29 205,718,394 (77.3%)
1990 249,623,000 2,804,000 (1.1%) 903,362 35.2 2.08 27 187,966,119 (75.3%)
1985 237,924,000 2,099,000 (0.9%) 685,748 34.7 1.84 26 177,239,105 (74.5%)
1980 227,225,000 2,170,000 (1.0%) 680,452 34.0 1.84 25 167,551,171 (73.7%)
1975 215,973,000 2,119,000 (1.0%) 785,362 33.2 1.77 24 159,070,594 (73.7%)
1970 205,052,000 2,375,000 (1.2%) 588,099 32.5 2.48 22 150,922,373 (73.6%)
1965 194,303,000 2,414,000 (1.2%) 309,893 31.9 2.91 21 139,663,053 (71.9%)
1960 180,671,000 3,020,000 (1.6%) 365,855 31.8 3.65 20 126,462,473 (70.0%)

In 2017 the population of United States of America was 325,524,000 and the average age increased from 31.8 in 1960 to 38.9. Urban population has increased from 223,069,137 (79.1%) in 2000 to 269,337,000 (82.1%) in the current year. The population density of United States of America has changed from 24.8 in 1980 to 35.3 in 2016.

Estimated Population 2020-2050
Year Population Year change Migrants Median age Fertility rate Density (Ppl/km2) Urban population
2020 332,770,000 2,422,000 (0.7%) 950,001 39.4 1.89 36 274,459,000 (82.5%)
2025 344,672,000 2,321,000 (0.7%) 1,000,000 40.1 1.90 38 287,260,000 (83.3%)
2030 355,471,000 2,036,000 (0.6%) 1,000,000 40.8 1.90 39 299,328,000 (84.2%)
2035 364,821,000 1,774,000 (0.5%) 1,000,000 41.4 1.91 40 310,302,000 (85.1%)
2040 373,095,000 1,582,000 (0.4%) 1,000,000 41.9 1.91 41 320,391,000 (85.9%)
2045 380,694,000 1,500,000 (0.4%) 1,000,000 42.2 1.91 42 329,886,000 (86.7%)
2050 388,267,000 1,519,000 (0.4%) 1,000,000 42.5 1.91 43 339,338,000 (87.4%)

Total United States of America population should reach 332,770,000 by 2020 and should increase to 388,267,000 people by year 2050. The life expectancy at birth should reach 84.4 (83.1 years for male and 85.7 years for females). Population density will go up to 42.6 people per square kilometer.

United States of America demographics 2017

The population growth rate is 0.74% (2,396,487 residents, including 2,663,669 deaths). The demographics of United States of America constitutes of 165,583,000 women and 162,348,000 men, which means there are 981 men per 1000 women. As far as age distribution goes, 25.3% of population (83,065,176) is 19 or younger, 58.9% of population (193,119,155) is between age 20 and 64 and 15.8% of population (51,780,463) is over 65.

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