Spain’s total land area is 505 944 km2, with a population density of 92.5 inhabitants/km2. The proportion of the population living in urban areas is 80%.
What kind of population is Spain?
The current population of Spain is 46,775,978 as of Friday, September 3, 2021, based on Worldometer elaboration of the latest United Nations data. Spain 2020 population is estimated at 46,754,778 people at mid year according to UN data. Spain population is equivalent to 0.6% of the total world population.
What is the population distribution of Spain?
The 2019 population density in Spain is 94 people per Km2 (243 people per mi2), calculated on a total land area of 498,800 Km2 (192,588 sq.
What is the age structure of Spain?
Spain: Age distribution from 2010 to 2020
|Characteristic||0-14 years||15-64 years|
How did Spain get its name?
(of Norman origin): habitational name from Épaignes in Eure, recorded in the Latin form Hispania in the 12th century. It seems to have been so called because it was established by colonists from Spain during the Roman Empire.
What is the majority race in Spain?
Spain Demographics Profile
|Population||50,015,792 (July 2020 est.)|
|Ethnic groups||Spanish 86.4%, Moroccan 1.8%, Romanian 1.3%, other 10.5% (2018 est.) note: data represent population by country of birth|
|Religions||Roman Catholic 68.9%, atheist 11.3%, agnostic 7.6%, other 2.8%, non-believer 8.2%, unspecified 1.1% (2019 est.)|
Where do the majority of people live in Spain?
The two largest are Madrid and Barcelona, which have populations of 6,155,116 and 5,179,243, respectively. Other notable large cities are Valencia, Seville, Bilbao, and Malaga – all of which have populations slightly above or below one million.
What are the top 10 most densely populated countries?
Here is a ranking of the top 10 most densely populated countries in the world:
- Macau (Population density: 21,055/km²)
- Monaco (Population density: 19,150/km²)
- Singapore (Population density: 8,109/km²)
- Hong Kong (Population density: 6,677/km²)
- Gibraltar (Population density: 5,620/km²)