Population density - Israel



Population density of Israel
Value & RankThe Population density of Israel is 371 (capita per square kilometer) with a global rank of 25.
Israel compared to other CountriesThe Population density of Israel is similar to that of Tuvalu, Netherlands, Marshall Islands, India, Burundi, Haiti, Philippines, Comoros, Belgium, Japan with a respective Population density of 415, 406, 392, 376, 374, 360, 359, 343, 342, 336 (capita per square kilometer) and a global rank of 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30.10 years growthIsrael's Population density had a positive growth of 15.2 (%) in the last 10 years from (2003 to 2013).
Last 10 years averageIsrael had an average Population density of 350 (capita per square kilometer) in the last 10 years from (2003 to 2013).
Israel during the Great RecessionIsrael's Population density had a positive growth of 6.12% during the Great RecessionIsrael since the end of the Great RecessionIsrael's Population density had a positive growth of 2.96% since the end of the Great RecessionIsrael during the 2006 Israel / Lebanon WarIsrael's Population density had a positive growth of 1.78% during the 2006 Israel / Lebanon WarIsrael since the end of the 2006 Israel / Lebanon WarIsrael's Population density had a positive growth of 9.26% since the end of the 2006 Israel / Lebanon War
YearPopulation density (capita per square kilometer) - Israel
1991238
1992247
1993253
1994260
1995267
1996274
1997281
1998287
1999295
2000303
2001310
2002316
2003322
2004328
2005334
2006340
2007346
2008352
2009360
2010360
2011374
2012365
2013371
Population density of Israel
Country NameGlobal RankPopulation density (capita per square kilometer)
Tuvalu20415
Netherlands21406
Marshall Islands22392
India23376
Burundi24374
Israel25371
Haiti26360
Philippines27359
Comoros28343
Belgium29342
Japan30336
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Data Source:
CIA - The World Factbook
Compiled from multiple sources