According to the US Census Bureau, the world population is expected to top 7.9 billion on New Year’s Day

The world population is expected to top 7.9 billion by New Year’s Day, the US Census Bureau said. This means that the world population will have grown by almost 1% or more than 73 million people since the 2022 New Year.

The Census Bureau also forecasts that there will be 4.3 births and 2 deaths per second worldwide in January.

The US Census Bureau forecasts that the world population will top 7.9 billion people on New Year's Day.
The US Census Bureau forecasts that the world population will top 7.9 billion people on New Year’s Day.

U.S. Census Bureau


The bureau has also made estimates for the US population, projecting that the national population will be over 334 million by New Year’s Day — an increase of nearly 0.5%, or 1.57 million more people.

In January, the US can expect 1 birth every 9 seconds and 1 death every 10 seconds, according to the bureau.

Additionally, international migration is expected to add one person to the US population every 32 seconds.

So by combining births, deaths and international migration numbers, the US can expect to add a new person to its population every 27 seconds, the Census Bureau said.

Real-time counts of both world and US population can be followed here.


https://www.cbsnews.com/news/world-population-new-years-day-2023-us-census-bureau/ According to the US Census Bureau, the world population is expected to top 7.9 billion on New Year’s Day

Rick Schindler

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