Which country is the most populous in the world?

With nearly half of the world’s population concentrated in the United States, a number of questions come up about the country’s overall population.

Which country has the largest number of people?

What is the median age of the population?

And how does each country rank in terms of its size?

To find out, we took a look at the size of the country by region, population density, and overall population density.

Here are the results.

Population densityThe population density in the U.S. is fairly consistent across regions, but the size varies greatly between regions.

In the Midwest, the population density is more than 40 percent larger than in the South and the West.

In a number.of regions, the number of inhabitants is between 50 percent and 100 percent higher than in a region.

In all, the size range is between 4.5 million and 10 million inhabitants in the Midwest and more than 20 million in the Northeast and the Midwest.

Population densityIn a number, we look at population density by country.

In total, the U, U.K., France, and the Netherlands are the top countries with the largest population density of people, according to data from the World Bank.

These countries have a population density above 1,500 per 100 square kilometers.

In contrast, the largest country, China, has a population densities below 500 per 100 km.

Population DensityIn a country, the densities of population are based on two indicators: the average size of each population unit and the average annual population growth rate.

The average size is calculated by dividing the area of each country’s population by the number that year.

The annual growth rate is calculated from the population growth in each country during a particular year.

The following table shows the size distribution of countries in the population data.

Source: World Bank, International Statistics at NationMaster, World Population Prospects.