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  1. The latest estimate of the population of the United Kingdom is 67,961,439 as of 2024, based on the mid-year estimate of the United Nations. The web page shows the historical and projected population trends, growth rates, and density of the UK from 1950 to 2024.

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  2. The first Census in 1801 revealed that the population of Great Britain was 10.5 million. Of this, England's population had grown to 8.3 million, Wales population rested at 0.6 million while Scotland had a population of 1.6 million. [5]

    • 10.79 per 1,000 (2022)
    • 0.53% (2022 est.)
    • 270/km² (700/sq mi) (2020 census)
    • 67,081,234 (30 June 2020)
    • Rebasing and Reconciliation
    • Mid-2022 Population Estimates
    • Population and Migration Statistics Transformation

    The Office for National Statistics (ONS) will conduct reconciliation work for mid-year population estimatesto understand how and why the estimates based on Census 2021 for England and Wales differ from those based on the mid-year estimates rolled forward from the 2011 Census. The insights gained will be used to improve the production of future popu...

    We plan to publish population estimates for England and Wales in Summer 2023. The Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA) also plan to release mid-2022 population estimates in Summer 2023. Details of its release plans can be found in its Population Statistics Work Plan. Mid-2022 population estimates for Scotland will be based primar...

    The census has evolved throughout the decades, providing an insight every 10 years into who we are and how we live. While the census and mid-year population estimates based on the census provide the best picture of society at a moment in time, how the ONS produce population and social statistics is changing. We are using a variety of data sources t...

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  3. Jan 14, 2021 · The UK population reached 66.8 million in mid-2019, up from 66.4 million in mid-2018, but growth rate was slower than any year since mid-2004. The main driver of population growth is long-term immigration, emigration and net migration. The UK population is projected to increase by 7.5 million by mid-2041 and to have an additional 7.5 million people aged 65 years and over by mid-2050.

  4. Feb 25, 2022 · The UK population at mid-year 2020 was estimated to be 67.1 million, an increase of 0.4% since mid-2019. The main driver of population growth was migration, with a net migration of 284,000 people. The population is projected to rise by 3.2% to 69.2 million by mid-2030 and by 3.2% to 70.5 million by mid-2041.

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  6. Apr 3, 2024 · Find out how the UK population has changed over time, from 1871 to 2021, and compare the population of different regions and cities. See charts, tables, and statistics on birth rate, median age, and excess deaths.

  7. Jun 28, 2022 · The population of England and Wales was 59,597,300 on Census Day, 21 March 2021, the largest ever recorded through a census. The population grew by more than 3.5 million (6.3%) since the last census in 2011, with more people in the older age groups and more people than ever before in the East of England.

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