Argentina Population 2020 (Live)

45,196,908

According to current projections, Argentina’s population will reach 45.2 million people by the end of 2020 and surpass 50 million in 2033. The Argentinian population will reach its peak population of 57.94 million in 2079 and then slowly decline after.

Argentina’s population is growing at a rate of 0.93%. Argentina’s population density is around 15 persons per square kilometer and while this is expected to increase in the coming decades, it is well below the world average of 50 persons per kilometer.

The fertility rate is 2.24 births per woman, just above the population replacement rate of 2.1 births per woman. The birth rate is 16.736 births per 1,000 people, which has significantly decreased over the past few decades.

The current population of Argentina is 45,196,908, based on projections of the latest United Nations data. The UN estimates the July 1, 2020 population at 45,195,774.

Argentina Growth Rate

Argentina Population 2020 (Live)

Name Population
Buenos Aires13,076,300
Cordoba1,428,214
Rosario1,173,533
Mendoza876,884
San Miguel de Tucuman781,023
La Plata694,167
Mar del Plata553,935
Quilmes518,788
Salta512,686
Santa Fe de la Vera Cruz489,505

The capital and largest city is Buenos Aires, an autonomous city that is the second-largest metro area in South America. Buenos Aires has a population of 3 million, with a metropolitan population of close to 13 million.

92% of Argentina's population live in cities, with the 10 largest metro areas accounting for nearly half of the population.

Argentina Population Density Map

Source:
Year Population Growth Rate Density (km²) Population Rank Density Rank
202045,195,7740.93%16.5132204
201944,780,6770.95%16.3631203
201844,361,1500.97%16.2131203
201743,937,1400.98%16.0532203
201643,508,4601.00%15.9032203
201543,075,4161.04%15.7432203
201040,895,7521.01%14.9432201
200538,892,9311.07%14.2130199
200036,870,7871.15%13.4731197
199534,828,1701.32%12.7331195
199032,618,6511.54%11.9231194
198530,216,2791.61%11.0429193
198027,896,5281.52%10.1929193
197525,865,7761.61%9.4528191
197023,880,5611.51%8.7328191
196522,159,6501.59%8.1028189
196020,481,7791.74%7.4828189
195518,789,4181.98%6.8728189
195017,037,9120.00%6.2328187

Argentina Population by Year (Historical)

Year Population Growth Rate Density (km²) Population Rank Density Rank
202045,195,7740.93%16.5132204
202547,192,1000.87%17.2433207
203049,056,1620.78%17.9334207
203550,758,2000.68%18.5535207
204052,296,7940.60%19.1136207
204553,665,2120.52%19.6137207
205054,867,2560.44%20.0536207
205555,889,5650.37%20.4237207
206056,708,8060.29%20.7239206
206557,314,2690.21%20.9439205
207057,703,7050.14%21.0940203
207557,904,1370.07%21.1641203
208057,934,1080.01%21.1742203
208557,827,306-0.04%21.1343202
209057,596,464-0.08%21.0544203
209557,249,233-0.12%20.9244203

Argentina Population by Year (Projections)

Argentina Population Pyramid 2020

Argentina Population by Age

There are 31,639,940 adults in Argentina.

Argentina Population Pyramid

According to current projections, Argentina’s population will reach 45.2 million people by the end of 2020 and surpass 50 million in 2033. The Argentinian population will reach its peak population of 57.94 million in 2079 and then slowly decline after.

Argentina’s population is growing at a rate of 0.93%. Argentina’s population density is around 15 persons per square kilometer and while this is expected to increase in the coming decades, it is well below the world average of 50 persons per kilometer.

The fertility rate is 2.24 births per woman, just above the population replacement rate of 2.1 births per woman. The birth rate is 16.736 births per 1,000 people, which has significantly decreased over the past few decades.

About Argentina

  1. Argentina Research
  2. Argentina Facts
  3. The National Institute of Statistics and Censuses
  4. UN World Population Prospects (2019 Revision) - United Nations population estimates and projections.

    <p>Total population: Estimated to be consistent with the 1960, 1970, 1980, 1991, 2001 and 2010 censuses, with official population estimates through 2016, and with estimates of the subsequent trends in fertility, mortality and international migration.</p>

  5. GeoNames Gazetteer