Panama’s population density went from 26.6 in 1980 to 56.0 in 2018, representing a significant increase. There were 4,226,000 people living in Panama in 2019, and the average age of the population was 32 years old, up from 23 in 1960. Since 2000, when it was 1,884,815 people (62.2%), the urban population has grown to its present level of 2,922,000 people (68.1%).
What are the demographics of Panama?
The population of Panama is comprised of 2,174,000 women and 2,178,000 men, which indicates that there are 1,002 males for every thousand women living in the country. In terms of the population’s distribution throughout the age spectrum, 34.6% of people (1,503,616) are under the age of 19, 56.7% of people (2,465,843) are between the ages of 20 and 64, and 8.8% of people (382,976) are beyond the age of 65.
What is the population of Panama in 2022?
According to an analysis done by Worldometer using the most recent statistics available from the United Nations as of Wednesday, August 31, 2022, the current population of Panama is 4,461,310 people. According to estimates from the UN, the population of Panama in 2020 is predicted to be 4,314,767 by the middle of the year.
What are the key facts of Panama?
On the list of nations (and dependent territories) ordered by population, Panama comes in at position 128. Panama has a population density of 57 persons per square kilometer (148 people per mi 2 ). The entire land area is 74,340 km2 (or square kilometers) (28,703 sq.
What is the Panama population (live) counter?
The Panama Population (Live) counter displays an estimate of the current population of Panama that is provided by Worldometer’s RTS algorithm, which analyzes data gathered from the United Nations Population Division. This estimate is regularly updated.