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2: Preliminary.

3: Extrapolated assuming the same growth rate as the previous 6 months.

4: Interpolated using geometric mean between beginning of year population for 2013 (9,356,483 from Eurostat) and 2014 (the 2014 pop (9,477,100) is from Azerbaijan's Statistical Committee)

5: Break in series.

6: Extrapolated assuming the same growth rate as the first 6 months.

7: Extrapolated assuming the same growth rate during beg 2013 - mid 2013 as mid 2012 - beg 2013.

8: Adjusted for Syrian refugees.

9: Geometric mean of official estimates of end-year population for 2011 and 2012.

10: Interpolated using the Mid-year population for 2010 (1995,680) and End-year population for 2011 (1798,645), assuming constant growth.

11: Interpolated between 2000 and 2005 assuming constant rate of growth.

12: Calculated from end of year population of 2011 and 2012 using geometric mean.

13: Calculated from end of year population of 2010 and 2011 using geometric mean.

14: Excluding Agalega and St. Brandon. Extrapolated assuming the same growth rate as the previous 6 months.

15: Excluding Agalega and St. Brandon.

16: Adjusted to mid-year population by geometric mean, using official country figure.

17: Calculated backwards from 1995 using UN WPP2010's growth rate for whole Moldova, and decimal points were deleted.

18: Extrapolated assuming the same growth rate as previous year.

19: Extrapolated assuming the same growth rate as July 1st 2011 to January 1st 2012. Preliminary.

20: Estimated using geometric mean of January 1st populations of 2011 and 2012.

21: Estimated using geometric mean of January 1st populations of 2010 and 2011.

22: Interpolated between 2007 and 2009 using geometric mean.

23: There is a discontinuity in 1991 caused by Statistics New Zealand's change from 'de facto' to 'resident' population estimates.

24: Data on Kosovo are excluded. Extrapolated assuming the same growth rate as the previous 6 months.

25: Data on Kosovo are excluded.

26: Data on Kosovo are excluded. Break in series.

27: Break in series: revision of estimates from 2003 excluding residents abroad (>=12 months)

28: Break in series on Jan 1, 2008: average pop in 2007 is part of new series.

29: Preliminary. Break in series.

30: Interpolated between 2004 and 2010 assuming constant rate of growth.

31: Interpolated between 1997-2007.

32: Interpolated between 1990-1997.

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Country or Area | Year | Value | Value Footnotes |
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Country or Area | Year | Value | Value Footnotes |

Afghanistan | 2013 | 30551674 | |

Afghanistan | 2012 | 29824536 | |

Afghanistan | 2011 | 29105480 | |

Afghanistan | 2010 | 28397812 | |

Afghanistan | 2009 | 27708187 | |

Afghanistan | 2008 | 27032197 | |

Afghanistan | 2007 | 26349243 | |

Afghanistan | 2006 | 25631282 | |

Afghanistan | 2005 | 24860855 | |

Afghanistan | 2004 | 24018682 | |

Afghanistan | 2003 | 23116142 | |

Afghanistan | 2002 | 22202806 | |

Afghanistan | 2001 | 21347782 | |

Afghanistan | 2000 | 20595360 |

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