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List of countries by urban population

This is a list of countries by urban population.

Contents

  • List 1
  • See also 2
  • Sources 3
  • References 4

List

Rank Country / Territory Urban Population Date Source
  World 3,842,500,000 2014
1  People's Republic of China[1] 711,820,000 2012 [2]
2  India 443,450,000 2014
3  United States 256,701,885 2011
4  Brazil 160,879,708 2010 [3]
5  Indonesia 122,824,688 2011
6  Japan 116,486,531 2011
7  Russia 106,548,716 2014 [4]
8  Mexico 89,660,257 2011
9  Philippines 77,610,181 2012
10  Nigeria 64,009,394 2011
11  Pakistan 60,484,799 2011
12  Germany 56,132,300 2010
13  United Kingdom 56,105,091 2011
14  France 52,585,594 2011
15
 Turkey
51,672,518 2011
16  South Korea 46,381,918 2012 [5]
17  Iran 46,368,984 2011
18  Italy 41,534,944 2011
19  Argentina 37,705,099 2011
20  Egypt 35,935,354 2011
21  Spain 35,752,347 2011
22  Colombia 35,332,746 2011

See also

Sources

Urban population (most recent) by country

References

  1. ^ Figure refers to Mainland China only. It excludes the special administrative regions and Taiwan.
  2. ^ China's urbanization rate reaches 52.57 pct in 2012
  3. ^ First data of the 2010 Census
  4. ^ Federal State Statistics Service Population 2014-01-01.xls
  5. ^ http://news.naver.com/main/read.nhn?mode=LSD&mid=sec&sid1=101&oid=008&aid=0003080752
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