Population density - Iraq



Population density of Iraq
Value & RankThe Population density of Iraq is 74.3 (capita per square kilometer) with a global rank of 116.
Iraq compared to other CountriesThe Population density of Iraq is similar to that of Sierra Leone, Croatia, Kenya, Honduras, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Morocco, Ukraine, Brunei, Côte d'Ivoire, Georgia with a respective Population density of 80.1, 79.0, 77.6, 76.7, 75.6, 73.9, 73.4, 73.3, 70.9, 70.8 (capita per square kilometer) and a global rank of 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121.10 years growthIraq's Population density had a positive growth of 22.0 (%) in the last 10 years from (2004 to 2014).
Last 10 years averageIraq had an average Population density of 67.9 (capita per square kilometer) in the last 10 years from (2004 to 2014).
Iraq during the Great RecessionIraq's Population density had a positive growth of 7.48% during the Great RecessionIraq since the end of the Great RecessionIraq's Population density had a positive growth of 8.03% since the end of the Great RecessionIraq during the Iraq WarIraq's Population density had a positive growth of 20.5% during the Iraq WarIraq since the end of the Iraq WarIraq's Population density had a positive growth of 7.19% since the end of the Iraq War
YearPopulation density (capita per square kilometer) - Iraq
199141.1
199242.3
199343.6
199445.0
199546.5
199647.9
199749.5
199851.1
199952.7
200054.3
200155.9
200257.6
200359.2
200460.9
200562.5
200664.0
200765.6
200867.1
200968.8
201070.6
201169.4
201271.0
201372.7
201474.3
Population density of Iraq
Country NameGlobal RankPopulation density (capita per square kilometer)
Sierra Leone11180.1
Croatia11279.0
Kenya11377.6
Honduras11476.7
Bosnia and Herzegovina11575.6
Iraq11674.3
Morocco11773.9
Ukraine11873.4
Brunei11973.3
Côte d'Ivoire12070.9
Georgia12170.8
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Data Source:
CIA - The World Factbook
Compiled from multiple sources