France population map

Map of France population. France population map (Western Europe - Europe) to print. France population map (Western Europe - Europe) to download. The current population of France is 65,346,543 as of Saturday, January 2, 2021, based on Worldometer elaboration of the latest United Nations data. France 2020 population is estimated at 65,273,511 people at mid year according to UN data as its shown in France population map. France population is equivalent to 0.84% of the total world population. The total population of France has been increasing for years now, reaching 67 million inhabitants in 2020. France is the second most populous country in Europe after Germany. Like most Western nations, France is struggling with an aging population.

Map of France population

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France ranks number 22 in the list of countries (and dependencies) by population. The population density in France is 119 per Km2 (309 people per mi2). The total land area is 547,557 Km2 (211,413 sq. miles). 81.5 % of the population is urban (53,217,966 people in 2020) as its mentioned in France population map. The median age of French citizens has been increasing since the seventies. In 2050, the median age in France is expected to reach 45.9 years, compared to 36.2 years back in 1995. France has one of the highest life expectancies in Europe. Even though its birth rate seems pretty high compared to other European nations, this does not appear to be enough to slow down the growing trend of the French median age.
Since a few years, the population growth in France has been decreasing. In 2007, the population grew by about 0.62 percent as you can see in France population map. Ten years later, in 2017, this number only reached 0.37 percent. However, unlike the majority of European countries, France appears to have a steady fertility rate of 1.9 children per woman. This phenomenon allows France to be ranked as the most fertile country in Europe. But this cannot hide the facts that the population is getting older every year.