How Many People Are in the Whole World?

How Many People Are in the Whole World?

How Many People Are in the Whole World?

As of September 2014, there are 7.25 billion people in the world. The population of the world is currently growing at a rate of 1.4 percent per year, which translates to an estimated 80 million people a year.

The most populous country in the world is China, with a population at 1.39 billion people. India is a close second at 1.26 billion people. Worldwide growth rates are currently in a decline and have been since 1963. It is predicted that the global growth rate will shrink to only 1 percent by 2020 and fall to less than half a percent by 2050.