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    • The Global Catholic Population | Pew Research Center
      • The largest share (39%) were in Latin America and the Caribbean. Rapid growth has occurred in sub-Saharan Africa, which today is home to about 171 million Catholics (16%), up from an estimated 1 million (less than 1%) in 1910.
      www.pewforum.org/2013/02/13/the-global-catholic-population/
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  2. Jul 29, 2020 · Europe has a population of around 748 million (9.50%), North America is home to around 597 million (7.58%), South America, the second least populated continent, has about 434 million inhabitants (5.51%).

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    • UN (World Population Prospects 2019)
  3. The states and territories included in the United States Census Bureau 's statistics for the United States (population, ethnicity, religion, and most other categories) include the 50 states and the District of Columbia ( Washington, D.C. ). Separate statistics are maintained for the five permanently inhabited territories of the United States ...

    • Africa. After Asia, Africa is the largest and most populous of the seven continents. It is perhaps the most diverse in terms of cultures, languages, and people groups, some of which are still untouched by Westernization and modernity.
    • Asia. This continent is the largest of the seven, with 30% of the earth’s land mass and 60% of its population. It is connected to the main land mass of Europe, with the border defined somewhat by the Ural Mountains that run through Russia and the Bosphorus that cuts through Turkey.
    • Europe. Of all the seven continents, Europe has the second-smallest landmass (after Australia), but its people and culture have done more to shape the entire world than those from any other continent.
    • North America. In terms of land mass, North America is the third-largest of the seven continents. It also has just three countries including Canada, the United States of America, and Mexico.
  4. Continent Population (2020) Area (Km²) Density (P/Km²) World Population Share; 1: Asia: 4,641,054,775: 31,033,131: 150: 59.54%: 2: Africa: 1,340,598,147: 29,648,481: 45: 17.20%: 3: Europe: 747,636,026: 22,134,900: 34: 9.59%: 4: North America: 592,072,212: 21,330,000: 28: 7.60%: 5: South America: 430,759,766: 17,461,112: 25: 5.53%: 6: Australia/Oceania: 43,111,704: 8,486,460: 5: 0.55%: 7: Antarctica: 0: 13,720,000: 0: 0.00%

  5. Countries in the world by population (2021) This list includes both countries and dependent territories. Data based on the latest United Nations Population Division estimates. Click on the name of the country or dependency for current estimates (live population clock), historical data, and projected figures. See also: World Population. #.

    #
    Country (or Dependency)
    Population (2020)
    Yearly Change
    1
    1,439,323,776
    0.39 %
    2
    1,380,004,385
    0.99 %
    3
    331,002,651
    0.59 %
    4
    273,523,615
    1.07 %