Equatorial Guinea Population 2022 (Live)

1,676,798
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The regime that rules Equatorial Guinea is considered one of the very worst in the world in terms of human rights, with human trafficking a growing problem. Despite this, the country's population continues to grow rapidly. Equatorial Guinea is currently growing at a rate of 2.8% per year, which is expected to continue in the years to come.

The current population of Equatorial Guinea is 1,676,798 based on projections of the latest United Nations data. The UN estimates the July 1, 2022 population at 1,674,908.

Equatorial Guinea Growth Rate

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Equatorial Guinea Population 2022 (Live)

Equatorial Guinea Population Clock

Equatorial Guinea Population (as of 9/28/2022)1,676,798
Last UN Estimate (July 1, 2022)1,674,908
Births per Day27
Deaths per Day8
Migrations per Day2
Net Change per Day21
Population Change Since Jan. 15,691

Components of Population Change

One birth every 53 minutes0%
One death every 180 minutes0%
One net migrant every 720 minutes0%
Net gain of one person every 69 minutes0%

Equatorial Guinea Population Clock

Equatorial Guinea has just 28,050 square kilometers of land, ranking 144th in the world, and its population is in line with this. The country also has a low population density of just 24 people per square kilometer (63/square mile), which ranks 187th in the world.

Equatorial Guinea Population Density Map

Equatorial Guinea Population by Year (Historical)

Equatorial Guinea Population by Year (Projections)

Equatorial Guinea Population Pyramid 2022

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Equatorial Guinea Median Age

20.3


Total

19.9


Male

20.7


Female

Equatorial Guinea Population by Age

There are 933,582 people over age 18 in Equatorial Guinea.

Census Years

Equatorial Guinea Population Pyramid

Equatorial Guinea, officially the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, is a small country in Central Africa that has a mainland region and an insular region, which consists of the Bioko islands in the Gulf of Guinea and Annobon, a volcanic island.

There are only two cities in the country with a population of more than 30,000: Bata (estimated at 180,000) and the capital, Malabo (estimated at 165,000).

Equatorial Guinea Demographics

Most people of Equatorial Guinea are of Bantu origin. The Fang are the largest ethnic group and indigenous to the mainland, but migration to Bioko Island in recent years has allowed the Fang population to surpass that of the earlier Bubi inhabitants. 86% of the population is Fang, with 67 separate clans. The Bubi, who account for 7% of the population, are indigenous to Bioko Island.

There are also coastal ethnic groups in Equatorial Guinea, including the Combes, Bujebas, Balengues and Bengas on the mainland and smaller islands and the Fernandinos on Bioko Island. These groups make up 5% of the total population.

There is a fairly large population of Europeans, primarily of Portuguese and Spanish descent, many of whom are mixed with local African ethnicities. Many Spaniards in the country left after it gained independence. There is a population of Asians, mostly from China, as well as some Indians and a group of Israelis.

Interestingly, Equatorial Guinea is the only country in Africa with Spanish as the official language.

Equatorial Guinea - General Info

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