Population Of UK 2016

The United Kingdom is made up of England, Scotland, Wales as well as Northern Ireland and is an island country in northwestern Europe. England is home to the capital, London, a universally influential center of culture and finance. England is likewise site of neolithic Stonehenge, Bath’s Roman spa and old colleges at Oxford and Cambridge. It is otherwise called a sovereign state in the European Union.

The UK is encompassed by the Atlantic Ocean, with the North Sea toward its east, the English Channel towards its south. The Irish Sea is situated between Great Britain and Ireland. With a region of 93,800 square miles, the UK is the 80th-biggest sovereign state on the planet and the eleventh biggest in Europe. It is additionally the 21st-most populated nation, with an expected 64.5 million occupants.

POPULATION OF UK IN 2016:

Talking about population, in order to find out the population of UK in 2016, we need to calculate and find out the population of the past 5 years. They are as per the following:

2011 – 63.26 Million.

2012- 63.7 Million.

2013- 64.1 Million.

2014- 64.5 Million.

2015 – 65 Million.

Taking a look at the population of UK from the year 2011-15, it has been noticed that there has been an increment of 1.74 Million in the past 5 years. Therefore, it has been found out that every year the population increases by 0.348 Million. Hence, the population of UK in 2016 is forecasted to be 65 Million +0.348 = 65.348 Million. So, the population of UK in the year 2016 as per estimated data = 65.348 Million.

2016 – 65.348 Million People

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DEMOGRAPHY OF UK:

Somewhere around 2001 to 2011, the population expanded by a yearly rate of roughly 0.7%. This is compared to the 0.3% period between the year 1991-2001 and 0.2% in the decade 1981 to 1991. The 2011 evaluation additionally affirmed that the extent of the population around 0–14 has almost halved (31% in 1911 contrasted with 18 in 2011) and the proportion of older individuals of 65 and over has dramatically multiplied. It has been estimated that the number of people around 100 or over will rise steeply to reach more than 626,000 by 2080. England’s populace in 2011 was seen to be 53 million. It is a standout amongst the most densely populated nations on the planet, with 417 inhabitants for each square kilometer in mid-2014.

POPULATION DENSITY AND GROWTH OF UK:

In mid-2014 migration contributed more to growth of population. From 2012 and mid-2013 natural change contributed the most to populace growth. From the year 2001 and 2011 the populace expanded by a yearly rate of around 0.7%. This is compared to 0.3% every year in the period 1991 to 2001 and 0.2% in the decade 1981 to 1991. It is a standout amongst the most densely populated nations on the planet, with 417 occupants for every square kilometer in mid-2014.

FACTS ABOUT UK:

  1. Do you know that the Queen of the UK is the lawful proprietor of one-sixth of the Earth’s property surface?
  2. In the UK, in the event that you achieve your 100th birthday, you get a personalized card from the Queen.
  3. It spent US$15.8 billion in a computer system that failed.
  4. In the U.K it is legal for kids more than 5 years of age to drink liquor.
  5. Accents change from about every 25 miles or so.

Population Of Four Countries Of UK:

England:

The population of England is measured by a census held every ten years (decennial national census), since 1801. The male population as measured in 2011 census was 26,069,148 and the female population (Total population 53,012,456) was 26,943, 308.This comprises 83.9% of total population of UK. in an area of 130,395 km sq. and thus a population density of 406.55 per sq km. The fertility rate was 1.97. in 2013, the population of England was estimated to be 53,865,800.

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Scotland:

The population of Scotland as measured in the 2011 census was 5,295,000 in an area of 78,772 sq km thus comprising a population density of 67.22/sq km and is 8.4% of total population of UK. In 2013, the population was estimated to be 5,327,700. The population of Scotland experienced a gradual increase between 1960 and 1970. But after 1974, there was a natural decrease in the population predominantly due to higher emigration (mostly to rest of UK) than immigration and increase in death rate than birth rate. The population of children under the age 5 grew by 6% in the period between 2001 and 2011 while those between 5-14 fell by 11% and equal increase in the population of elderly above age of 65 was more than children under age of 15.

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Wales:

Wales accounted for 4.8% of the total population of UK in 2011 with a 5% increase in native population since last census (2001) with population reaching 3,063,456 in an area of 20,779 sq km. Out of this 156, 504,228 are men while 158,559,228 are women. The population density of the country according to the 2011 census is 147.43/sq km. The country has experienced a gradual increase in population after the 1980s mainly due to net positive migration. Prior to this the population of the country was more or less static.The population is estimated to reach 3,082,400 by the year 2011.

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Northern Ireland:

The smallest of the four countries of UK comprises only 2.9% of share in total population. The country has an area of 130.81 sq. km and had a population of 1,810,863 in the year 2011 and a population density of 130.81/sq km. This is an increase of population by 7.5% from the previous census. Most of the population of Northern Ireland consists of Protestants unlike the rest of Republic. Most of the people have British national identity and the northern Irish national identity or both of them. Some have North Irish national identity along with Irish identity. The population of the country is estimated to reach 1,829,700 by the year 2013.

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BELOW ARE LISTED THE 5 MOST POPULATED COUNTIES IN UK:

WEST MIDLAND:

It is a metropolitan province in western England with a 2014 assessed populace of 2,808,356, making it the second most crowded county in England. It appeared as a metropolitan county in 1974 after the Local Government Act 1972.

GREATER MANCHESTER:

Greater Manchester is a metropolitan region in North West England with a populace of 2.7 million. It envelops one of the biggest metropolitan regions in the United Kingdom and involves ten metropolitan boroughs. Greater Manchester was created in 1974 and assigned a City Region in 2011.

GREATER LONDON:

Greater London is an area of England comprising of 33 districts: The 32 London precincts and the City of London. The Greater London Authority is in charge for strategic local government over the locale and comprises of the Mayor of London as well as the London Assembly. It has a population of 8,174,000 according to the recent enumeration.

HAMPSHIRE:

Hampshire, anciently known as the County of Southampton is a region on the southern bank of England in the UK. The district town of Hampshire is Winchester, the previous capital city of England. Hampshire is the most crowded stately region in the United Kingdom (barring the metropolitan areas) with half of the district’s population living inside of the South Hampshire conurbation which incorporates the urban communities of Southampton and Portsmouth. The larger South Hampshire metropolitan range has a population of about 1,547,000

WEST YORKSHIRE:

West Yorkshire is a metropolitan province in England. It is situated in the locale of Yorkshire and the Humber with a populace of around 2.2 million. West Yorkshire appeared as a metropolitan region in 1974 after the passage of the Local Government Act 1972.

West Yorkshire is landlocked and comprises of five metropolitan boroughs and also shares borders with the regions of Derbyshire (toward the south), Greater Manchester (toward the south-west) Lancashire.

BELOW ARE LISTED 5 MOST POPULATED CITIES IN UK

LONDON:

London is the capital and the most crowded city of England and the United Kingdom. Standing on the River Thames, London has been a noteworthy settlement for two centuries. It was established by the Romans, who named it Londinium. London’s antiquated center, the City of London. According to the recent data, the population is around 7,074,265.

 BIRMINGHAM:

Birmingham is a city and metropolitan precinct in the West Midlands, England. It is the biggest and most crowded British city outside London with 1,101,360 inhabitants (2014 est.) and it’s populace increment of 88,400 occupants between the 2001 and 2011 censuses was greater than that of other British local authority

LEEDS:

It is a city in West Yorkshire, England. History of Leeds can go back to the fifth century when the name alluded to a lush region of the Kingdom of Elmet. The fundamental developed region sub-division has a population of 474,632 (2011) and the city of Leeds metropolitan precinct of which it is a part consists of an expected populace of 757,700.

GLASGOW:

Glasgow is the largest city In Scotland. From a small rural area on river Clyde it grew to become the largest seaport in the United Kingdom. With the establishment of the University Of Glasgow, it has become a major center of attraction for Scottish Enlightenment. Due to its location the city is a chief hub of trade with North America and West indies. With the on going industrial revolution there, Glasgow has become one of the most developed hubs for chemicals, textiles and engineering particularly in shipbuilding and marine engineering . As per 2011 census, the population of the town is 2.3 million with 41% Scottish people. The inhabitants of the place are referred to as Glaswegians who follow a very distinct dialect called the Glasgow Patter.The city also known for its sporting events hosted 2014 Commonwealth Games.

SHEFFIELD:

Sheffield is a metropolitan Borough in South Yorkshire, England. Situated on the bank of river Sheaf, the city derives its name from this river only. Sheffield is the third largest English district by the virtue of its population of 1,569,000. The city developed from its industrial roots was internationally recognized in 19th century for huge steel production. Many innovations were made like crucible and stainless steel which begun the Industrial revolution there. The extensive development in the city brought a huge GDP of £9.2 billion in 2007 and since then the economy is experiencing a steady growth of 5% annually. The city in the Valley of river Don has 61% of its area under green space. The city is home to more than 250 parks and an average of 2 million trees which is highest than any other European city. The city also hosts a great Sporting Heritage, and is home to world’s oldest football club.