Population growth in Latvia

From 1960 to 2016 the population of Latvia decreased from 2 million to 2 million inhabitants. This is a reduction by -7.6 percent in 56 years. The highest increase Latvia was recorded in 1961 with 1.49%. The biggest decrease in 2010 with -2.06%.

In the same period, the total population of all countries worldwide increased by 145.3 percent.

Growth in worldwide comparison



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Population development in Latvia since 1960

(Data given in 1000 inhabitants)



JahrPopulation
Latvia
VeränderungGeburtenrateSterberate Population
World
Change
19612,153,0001.49 %  3,075 M1.35 %
19622,182,0001.34 %  3,128 M1.72 %
19632,211,0001.34 %  3,193 M2.07 %
19642,241,0001.34 %  3,258 M2.05 %
19652,266,0001.13 %  3,325 M2.05 %
19662,283,0000.76 %  3,395 M2.10 %
19672,301,0000.79 %  3,464 M2.05 %
19682,324,0000.97 %  3,535 M2.03 %
19692,343,0000.84 %  3,609 M2.11 %
19702,359,0000.68 %  3,685 M2.09 %
19712,376,0000.73 %  3,762 M2.10 %
19722,396,0000.81 %  3,839 M2.04 %
19732,416,0000.84 %  3,915 M1.98 %
19742,437,0000.88 %  3,991 M1.96 %
19752,456,0000.78 %  4,066 M1.87 %
19762,471,0000.60 %  4,139 M1.79 %
19772,485,0000.57 %  4,212 M1.75 %
19782,498,0000.52 %  4,286 M1.75 %
19792,506,0000.32 %  4,361 M1.77 %
19802,512,0000.23 %  4,438 M1.75 %
19812,519,0000.31 %  4,516 M1.76 %
19822,531,0000.46 %  4,597 M1.79 %
19832,546,0000.59 %  4,679 M1.78 %
19842,562,0000.63 %  4,760 M1.74 %
19852,579,0000.66 %  4,843 M1.75 %
19862,600,0000.82 %  4,929 M1.77 %
19872,627,0001.03 %  5,017 M1.78 %
19882,653,0001.02 %  5,106 M1.77 %
19892,667,0000.51 %  5,195 M1.74 %
19902,663,000-0.14 %  5,285 M1.74 %
19912,651,000-0.47 %13.0 ‰13.0 ‰5,372 M1.65 %
19922,614,000-1.37 %12.1 ‰13.5 ‰5,456 M1.56 %
19932,563,000-1.95 %10.4 ‰15.3 ‰5,541 M1.56 %
19942,521,000-1.66 %9.6 ‰16.6 ‰5,625 M1.51 %
19952,485,000-1.42 %8.7 ‰15.7 ‰5,710 M1.51 %
19962,457,000-1.12 %8.1 ‰14.0 ‰5,793 M1.45 %
19972,433,000-0.99 %7.7 ‰13.8 ‰5,875 M1.43 %
19982,410,000-0.94 %7.6 ‰14.2 ‰5,957 M1.39 %
19992,390,000-0.81 %8.1 ‰13.7 ‰6,038 M1.36 %
20002,368,000-0.96 %8.6 ‰13.6 ‰6,118 M1.33 %
20012,337,000-1.28 %8.4 ‰14.1 ‰6,198 M1.30 %
20022,310,000-1.16 %8.7 ‰14.1 ‰6,277 M1.28 %
20032,288,000-0.96 %9.2 ‰14.2 ‰6,356 M1.27 %
20042,263,000-1.09 %9.1 ‰14.2 ‰6,436 M1.26 %
20052,239,000-1.07 %9.8 ‰14.6 ‰6,517 M1.25 %
20062,218,000-0.91 %10.3 ‰14.9 ‰6,598 M1.25 %
20072,200,000-0.81 %10.9 ‰15.0 ‰6,680 M1.24 %
20082,177,000-1.05 %11.2 ‰14.2 ‰6,764 M1.25 %
20092,142,000-1.64 %10.3 ‰14.0 ‰6,847 M1.23 %
20102,098,000-2.06 %9.4 ‰14.3 ‰6,931 M1.22 %
20112,060,000-1.80 %9.1 ‰13.9 ‰7,013 M1.19 %
20122,034,000-1.23 %9.8 ‰14.3 ‰7,097 M1.21 %
20132,013,000-1.07 %10.2 ‰14.3 ‰7,183 M1.20 %
20141,994,000-0.94 %10.9 ‰14.3 ‰7,269 M1.20 %
20151,978,000-0.82 %11.1 ‰14.4 ‰7,355 M1.19 %
20161,960,000-0.86 %  7,442 M1.18 %


Birth- and deathrate in Latvia

Population growth is the result of the birth rate, the mortality rate and the migration rate. The example of the year 2015 in the graph: The population in Latvia decreased by about -16,260 inhabitants. In the same year, the death rate was 14.4 per 1000 people (~ 28,700 deaths) and the birth rate was 11.1 per 1000 people (~ 22,100 births). As a result, around 9,660 inhabitants have migrated to other countries.

The development of births and deaths is displayed in the following graph. All data refer to births or deaths per 1000 inhabitants.





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