Country Population by Gender 1985-2005

Footnotes:
1: De facto population. Final figure, incomplete or questionable reliability. For urban/rural distribution data refer to the settled population based on the 1979 Population Census; an estimated 1.5 million nomads are not included.
2: De facto population.
3: De jure population. Final figure, incomplete or questionable reliability.
4: De jure population.
5: De jure population. Including armed forces stationed in the area.
6: De facto population. Population statistics are compiled from registers.
7: De jure population. Population statistics are compiled from registers.
8: De facto population. Final figure, incomplete or questionable reliability.
9: De facto population. The methodology used for calculating the number of the de facto and de jure population in the 2001 census data differs as follows from the methodology used in previous censuses: the duration that defines a person as being ' temporary present '.
10: De jure population. For resident population only.
11: Including Christmas Island, Cocos (Keeling) Islands, and Norfolk Island.
12: De facto population. Data exclude visitors.
13: De facto population. Provisional figure with questionable reliability.
14: De jure population. Excluding the institutional population.
15: De facto population. Census data have not been adjusted for underenumeration.
16: De facto population. Final figure, incomplete or questionable reliability. Data include persons in remote areas military personnel outside the country merchant seamen at sea civilian seasonal workers outside the country and other civilians outside the country and exclude nomads foreign military civilian aliens temporarily in the country transients on ships and Indian jungle population.
17: De jure population. Data include persons in remote areas military personnel outside the country merchant seamen at sea civilian seasonal workers outside the country and other civilians outside the country and exclude nomads foreign military civilian aliens temporarily in the country transients on ships and Indian jungle population.
18: De facto population. Final figure, incomplete or questionable reliability. Unrevised data.
19: De facto population. Provisional figure.
20: De jure population. Including emigrants.
21: De facto population. Final figure, incomplete or questionable reliability. Excluding foreign diplomatic personnel and their dependants.
22: Estimate from sample survey, de facto population. For 1996 based on results of a sample survey.
23: De facto population. Excluding foreign diplomatic personnel and their dependants.
24: Estimate from sample survey, de facto population. Excluding foreign diplomatic personnel and their dependants.
25: De jure population. Because of rounding totals are not in all cases the sum of the parts.
26: Refers to Guernsey, and Jersey.
27: De facto population. Final figure, incomplete or questionable reliability. For statistical purposes the data for China do not include those for the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (Hong Kong SAR) Macao Special Administrative Region (Macao SAR) and Taiwan province of China.
28: For statistical purposes, the data for China do not include Hong Kong and Macao, Special Administrative Regions (SAR) of China.
29: De jure population. For statistical purposes the data for China do not include those for the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (Hong Kong SAR) Macao Special Administrative Region (Macao SAR) and Taiwan province of China.
30: Including the island of Mayotte.
31: De facto population. Beginning 1980 excluding an estimated figure of 50740 persons for the Island of Mayotte not covered by census.
32: De facto population. Census result excluding Mayotte.
33: De jure population. Excluding Niue shown separately which is part of Cook Islands but because of remoteness is administered separately.
34: De jure population. Data refer to government controlled areas.
35: De jure population. Excluding Faeroe Islands and Greenland.
36: De facto population. Excluding nomadic Indian tribes.
37: De facto population. Final figure, incomplete or questionable reliability. Excluding nomadic Indian tribes.
38: De facto population. Figures for male and female do not add up to the total since only the figures for the total were revised.
39: De facto population. Excluding dependencies of which South Georgia had an estimated population of 499 in 1964 (494 males 5 females).
40: De facto population. Excluding dependencies of which South Georgia (area 3 755 km2) had an estimated population of 499 in 1964 (494 males 5 females). The other dependencies namely the South Sandwich group (surface area 337 km2) and a number of smaller islands are presumed to be uninhabited.
41: Including Åland Islands.
42: De jure population. Provisional figure.
43: De jure population. Excluding Overseas Departments namely French Guiana Guadeloupe Martinique and Reunion shown separately. De jure population but excluding diplomatic personnel outside the country and including members of alien armed forces not living in military camps and foreign diplomatic personnel not living in embassies or consulates.
44: De jure population. Data refer to 1 January.
45: De jure population. All data shown pertaining to Germany prior to 3 October 1990 are indicated separately for the Federal Republic of Germany and the former German Democratic Republic based on their respective territories at the time indicated.
46: De facto population. Excluding families of military personnel visitors and transients.
47: De facto population. Mid-year population excludes armed forces stationed outside the country but includes alien armed forces stationed in the area.
48: De facto population. Census data including armed forces stationed outside the country but excluding alien armed forces stationed in the area.
49: De facto population. Including Carriacou and other dependencies in the Grenadines.
50: De jure population. Including dependencies: Marie-Galante la Désirade les Saintes Petite-Terre St. Barthélemy and French part of St. Martin.
51: De jure population. Mid-year estimates have been adjusted for underenumeration at latest census.
52: De facto population. Data for the period 1991 - 1994 have been adjusted on the basis of the Population Census of 1991.
53: De facto population. Data refer to the Vatican City State.
54: De facto population. Provisional figure. Data refer to the Vatican City State.
55: As of 1 July 1997, Hong Kong became a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of China.
56: De jure population. Data for 1996 and before refer to defacto population and after 1996 dejure population.
57: De jure population. For 2001 data refer to Hong Kong resident population at the census moment which covers usual residents and mobile residents. Usual residents refer to two categories of people: (1) Hong Kong permanent residents who had stayed in Hong Kong for at least three months during the six months before or for at least three moregardless of whether they were in Hong Kong or not at the census moment; and (2) Hong Kong non-permanent residents who were in Hong Kong at the census moment. Mobile Residents they are Hong Kong permanent residents who had stayed in Hong Kong for at least one month but less than three months during the six months before or for at least one month but less than three months during the six months after the census mome regardless of whether they were in Hong Kong or not at the census moment.
58: De facto population. Including data for the Indian-held part of Jammu and Kashmir the final status of which has not yet been determined.
59: De facto population. Final figure, incomplete or questionable reliability. Including data for the Indian-held part of Jammu and Kashmir the final status of which has not yet been determined.
60: De facto population. For 1990 figures provided by Indonesia include East Timor.
61: Estimate from sample survey, de facto population.
62: De facto population. The figure includes an estimated population of 459 557 persons in urban and 1 857 659 persons in rural areas that were not directly enumerated and a population of 566 403 persons in urban and 1 717 578 persons in rural areas that decline the participation. Also included are 421 399 non permanent residents (the homeless the crew of ships carrying national flag boat/floating house people remote located tribesmen and refugees.)
63: De jure population. Final figure, incomplete or questionable reliability. Data relate to the Iranian Year which begins on 21 March and ends on 20 March of the following year.
64: De facto population. For the 1997 population census data exclude population in three autonomous provinces in the north of the country.
65: De facto population. Including data for East Jerusalem and Israeli residents in certain other territories under occupation by Israeli military forces since June 1967.
66: De jure population. Including data for East Jerusalem and Israeli residents in certain other territories under occupation by Israeli military forces since June 1967.
67: De facto population. Excluding diplomatic personnel outside the country and foreign military and civilian personnel and their dependants stationed in the area.
68: De facto population. Data refer to Japanese nationals in Japan only.
69: De facto population. Excluding data for Jordanian territory under occupation since June 1967 by Israeli military forces. Excluding foreigners including registered Palestinian refugees.
70: De facto population. Unrevised data.
71: De facto population. Including Christmas Fanning Ocean and Washington Islands.
72: De facto population. Excluding alien armed forces civilian aliens employed by armed forces foreign diplomatic personnel and their dependants and Korean diplomatic personnel and their dependants outside the country.
73: De facto population. Final figure, incomplete or questionable reliability. Excluding alien armed forces civilian aliens employed by armed forces foreign diplomatic personnel and their dependants and Korean diplomatic personnel and their dependants outside the country.
74: De facto population. Including diplomats and their families abroad but excluding foreign diplomats foreign military personnal and their families in the country.
75: Estimate from sample survey, de facto population. For 1997 based on Lao expenditure and consumption survey 1997/98.
76: De facto population. Final figure, incomplete or questionable reliability. From year 2000-2004 calculated base on Population census 1995 structure and growth rate at year 2000.
77: Estimate from sample survey, de jure population.
78: De facto population. Data refer to Libyan nationals only.
79: De facto population. Final figure, incomplete or questionable reliability. Data refer to Libyan nationals only.
80: As of 20 December 1999, Macao became a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of China.
81: The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
82: De facto population. Provisional figure with questionable reliability. Data refer to national projections.
83: De jure population. Excluding Malaysian citizens and permanent residents who were away or intended to be away from the country for more than six months. Excluding Malaysian military.
84: De jure population. Including civilian nationals temporarily outside the country.
85: De jure population. Including foreigners residing in Malta for 12 months before the census date and excluding foreign diplomatic personnel.
86: De facto population. Including nomads estimated at 224 095.
87: Including Agalega, Rodrigues, and Saint Brandon.
88: De jure population. In the 2003 census the total population includes.
89: De facto population. Around 1996 - 1997 volcanic activity on Montserrat escalated forcing people to relocate.
90: De facto population. Final figure, incomplete or questionable reliability. Mid-year estimates have been adjusted for underenumeration at latest census.
91: De facto population. Census results have been adjusted for underenumeration estimated at 5.1 per cent.
92: De facto population. The number of males and / or females excludes persons whose sex is not stated (18 urban 19 rural).
93: De jure population. Data including estimated population from household listing from Village Development Committees and Wards which could not be enumerated at the time of census.
94: De jure population. Series not strictly comparable due to differences of definitions of ''urban''.
95: De jure population. Census result based on compilation of continuous accounting and sample surveys.
96: De jure population. Including persons on the Central Register of Population (containing persons belonging to the Netherlands population but having no fixed municipality of residence).
97: De jure population. Final figure, incomplete or questionable reliability. Comprising Bonaire Curaçao Saba St. Eustatius and Dutch part of St. Martin.
98: De jure population. Comprising Bonaire Curaçao Saba St. Eustatius and Dutch part of St. Martin.
99: De facto population. Including the islands of Huon Chesterfield Loyalty Walpole and Belep Archipelago.
100: De facto population. For 1991 excluding diplomatic personnel and armed forces stationed outside country the latter numbering 1936 at 1966 census; also excluding alien armed forces within the country.
101: De jure population. Including Campbell and Kermadec Islands (population 20 in 1961 surface area 148 km2) as well as Antipodes Auckland Bounty Snares Solander and Three Kings island all of which are uninhabited.
102: De facto population. Other estimate. Data refer to national projections.
103: Including Svalbard and Jan Mayen Islands.
104: De jure population. Including residents temporarily outside the country.
105: De facto population. Excluding data for the Pakistan-held part of Jammu and Kashmir the final status of which has not yet been determined.
106: De facto population. Final figure, incomplete or questionable reliability. Excluding data for the Pakistan-held part of Jammu and Kashmir the final status of which has not yet been determined.
107: De facto population. Total population does not include Palestinian population living in those parts of Jerusalem governorate which were annexed by Israel in 1967.
108: De facto population. Comprising eastern part of New Guinea the Bismarck Archipelago Bougainville and Buka of Solomon Islands group and about 600 smaller islands.
109: De facto population. Census data exclude adjustment for underenumeration.
110: De facto population. Final figure, incomplete or questionable reliability. Excluding Indian jungle population.
111: De facto population. Excluding Indian jungle population.
112: De jure population. Final figure, incomplete or questionable reliability. Unrevised data.
113: De facto population. Excluding civilian aliens within country but including civilian nationals temporarily outside country.
114: De jure population. Including the Azores and Madeira Islands.
115: De facto population. Including the Azores and Madeira Islands.
116: De facto population. Provisional figure. Including the Azores and Madeira Islands.
117: De jure population. Data do not include information for Transnistria and the municipality of Bender.
118: De jure population. Beginning with 1998 estimates of Kosovo and Metohia computed on the basis of natural increases from year 1997.
119: De jure population. The census figure refers to the final results of the population census held in the Republic of Serbia in 2002 which was not carried out on the territory of Kosovo and Metohia.
120: De jure population. From 2002 without data for Kosovo and Metohia.
121: De jure population. Provisional figure. From 2002 without data for Kosovo and Metohia.
122: De jure population. Data exclude adjustment for underenumeration estimated at 2.4 per cent.
123: De facto population. Census results have been adjusted for underenumeration estimated at 9 per cent.
124: De facto population. Census result excluding transients afloat and non-locally domiciled military and civilian services personnel and their dependants and visitors.
125: De facto population. Comprising the Solomon Islands group (except Bougainville and Buka which are included with Papua New Guinea shown separately) Ontong Java Rennel and Santa Cruz Islands.
126: Estimate from sample survey, de facto population. Based on results of a Socio Economic Survey.
127: De facto population. Excluding Bophuthatswana Ciskei Transkei and Venda.
128: De facto population. For 1991 excluding Bophuthatswana Transhei and Venda.
129: De facto population. For 1996 census results have been adjusted for underenumeration estimated at 6.8 per cent.
130: De facto population. Including the Balearic and Canary Islands and Alhucemas Ceuta Chafarinas Melilla and Penon de Vélez de la Gomera.
131: De facto population. Including the Balearic and Canary Islands and Alhucemas Ceuta Chafarinas Melilla and Penon de Vélez de la Gomera.
132: De jure population. Unrevised data.
133: De facto population. Provisional figure. The Population and Housing Census 2001 did not cover the whole area of the country due to the security problems; the Census was complete in 18 districts only; in three districts it was not possible to conduct it; and in four districts it was pa.
134: De jure population. Provisional figure. Data for the total population include 17 diplomats.
135: De jure population. Provisional figure. The previous census was conducted only 16 months earlier (on 31 Mar 2003) but it was repeated because all of its data were destroyed in a fire before they could be fully processed analyzed and reported.
136: De facto population. Data exclude adjustment for underenumeration.
137: De facto population. Final figure, incomplete or questionable reliability. Including Palestinian refugees.
138: De facto population. Including Palestinian refugees.
139: De facto population. Comprising 7 sheikdoms of Abu Dhabi Dubai Sharjah Ajaman Umm al Qaiwain Ras al Khaimah and Fujairah and the area lying within the modified Riyadh line as announced in October 1955.
140: De facto population. Final figure, incomplete or questionable reliability. Comprising 7 sheikdoms of Abu Dhabi Dubai Sharjah Ajaman Umm al Qaiwain Ras al Khaimah and Fujairah and the area lying within the modified Riyadh line as announced in October 1955.
141: De facto population. Key Statistics table 1 for the Urban/Rural classification: England and Wales available on CD based on the usually resident population.
142: De jure population. Excluding armed forces overseas and civilian citizens absent from country for an extended period of time.
143: De facto population. Mid-year estimates have been adjusted for underenumeration at latest census.
144: De facto population. Data refer to resident population in Uruguay according to Census Phase 1 carried out between the months of June and July 2004.

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Country or AreaSubgroupYearSourceUnitValueValue Footnotes
AfghanistanMale1985UNPD_World Population Prospects_2006 (International estimate)Number6399147
AfghanistanFemale1985UNPD_World Population Prospects_2006 (International estimate)Number5933958
AfghanistanMale1990UNPD_World Population Prospects_2006 (International estimate)Number6567417
AfghanistanFemale1990UNPD_World Population Prospects_2006 (International estimate)Number6091918
AfghanistanMale1995UNPD_World Population Prospects_2006 (International estimate)Number9463212
AfghanistanFemale1995UNPD_World Population Prospects_2006 (International estimate)Number8792425
AfghanistanMale2000UNPD_World Population Prospects_2006 (International estimate)Number10743556
AfghanistanFemale2000UNPD_World Population Prospects_2006 (International estimate)Number9993697
AfghanistanMale2002UNSD_Demographic Yearbook Database_Sep2007 (Official national estimate)Number104535001
AfghanistanFemale2002UNSD_Demographic Yearbook Database_Sep2007 (Official national estimate)Number98443001
AfghanistanMale2005UNPD_World Population Prospects_2006 (International estimate)Number12984526
AfghanistanFemale2005UNPD_World Population Prospects_2006 (International estimate)Number12082881
AlbaniaMale1985UNSD_Demographic Yearbook Database_Sep2007 (Official national estimate)Number15260002
AlbaniaMale1985UNPD_World Population Prospects_2006 (International estimate)Number1524925
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