COUNTRIES WITH LARGEST POPULATION 2013. As the world population continues to rise, many are wondering which countries have the largest population. Here is a list of the top 10 counties with the largest population for 2013.
COUNTRIES WITH LARGEST POPULATION 2013
China – China is by far the country that holds the largest population as the Asian country holds 1,347,350,000 people. That astounding number is 19 percent of the world’s population.
India – India is second on the countries with largest population list 2013 as they have 1,210,193,422 people in the country. India makes up 17 percent of the world’s population.
United States – Although drastically lower than India and China, the third on the largest population list is the United States which has a population of 315,157,540. The U.S. has nearly 4.5 percent of the world’s overall population.
Indonesia – Indonesia has a population of 231,641,326 and carries a total of 3.3 percent of the world’s population.
Brazil – Brazil is the largest South American country and holds 193,946,886 people. Although it has the highest population in South America, it only holds 2.75 percent of the world’s overall population.
Pakistan – Having 181,774,000 people in the country, Pakistan is sixth on the list for countries with largest population 2013 and has 2.5 percent of the world’s population.
Nigeria – Nigeria is carrying 2.3 percent of the world’s overall population as it has a total of 166,629,000 people in the country.
Bangladesh – With 2.16 percent of the world’s population residing in Bangladesh, it is number eight on the countries with largest population 2013 with 152,518,015 people.
Russia – As large as Russia is, it has 143,300,000 people in the country. Russia makes up just 2 percent of the world’s population.
Japan – Japan is one of the smallest countries, yet holds one of the largest populations. Japan has a population of 127,520,000 which makes up 1.8 percent of the world’s population.
There you have the COUNTRIES WITH LARGEST POPULATION 2013 list.