Projected Population Change in European Countries, 2017 to 2050

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Projected population change in European countries, 2017 to 2050

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The “population growth rate” is the rate at which the number of individuals in a population increases in a given time period, expressed as a fraction of the initial population. Projected population growth rate in European countries, 2017 to 2050:

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Population (thousands) 2017 2050 Change
Albania 2,930 2,825 -3.58%
Austria 8,735 9,108 +4.27%
Belarus 9,468 8,340 -11.91%
Belgium 11,429 12,773 +11.76%
Bosnia and Herzegovina 3,507 3,217 -8.27%
Bulgaria 7,084 5,532 -21.91%
Croatia 4,189 3,865 -7.73%
Cyprus 1,179 1,393 +18.15%
Czech Republic 10,618 10,210 -3.84%
Denmark 5,733 5,576 -2.74%
Estonia 1,309 924 -29.41%
Finland 5,523 5,476 -0.85%
France 64,979 69,485 +6.93%
Germany 82,114 71,542 -12.87%
Greece 11,159 10,036 -10.06%
Hungary 9,721 8,490 -12.66%
Iceland 335 407 +21.49%
Ireland 4,761 6,334 +33.04%
Italy 59,359 61,416 +3.47%
Kosovo 1,900 2,223 +17.00%
Latvia 1,949 1,250 -35.86%
Lithuania 2,890 1,802 -37.65%
Luxembourg 583 865 +48.37%
Macedonia (FYROM) 2,083 1,991 -4.42%
Malta 430 396 -7.91%
Moldova 4,051 2,262 -44.16%
Montenegro 628 578 -7.96%
Netherlands 17,035 17,907 +5.12%
Norway 5,305 6,365 +19.98%
Poland 38,170 32,739 -14.23%
Portugal 10,329 9,934 -3.82%
Romania 19,679 18,061 -8.22%
Russia 143,989 129,909 -9.78%
Serbia 7,040 5,870 -16.62%
Slovakia 5,447 4,851 -10.94%
Slovenia 2,079 1,597 -23.18%
Spain 46,354 52,491 +13.24%
Sweden 9,910 12,012 +21.21%
Switzerland 8,476 9,540 +12.55%
Ukraine 44,222 37,149 -15.99%
United Kingdom (UK) 66,181 71,154 +7.51%

 

Source:
International Data Base,
International Programs Center,
U.S. Census Bureau,
U.S. Dept. of Commerce,
The World Factbook,
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA),
The World Almanac and Book of Facts

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Triinu Lepa
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Triinu Lepa

Hi! I was wondering, what is the exact data source for the Baltic states (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania)? The most recent projections by Eurostat have been much more optimistic.

Aleksandar
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Aleksandar

Hello,

On your map Serbia has 8790 population in 2017, while in your table below it has 7040.
One should be corrected.

Regards,
Aleksandar

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