World population expected to surpass 7.9 billion on New Year's Day
The United States Census Bureau showed that there will be 4.3 births and 2 deaths each second worldwide in January.
The global population is expected to exceed 7.9 billion on New Year's Day, according to the United States Census Bureau. That implies the global population has grown by about 1%, or more than 73 million people, from New Year's Day 2022.
According to the Census Bureau, there will be 4.3 births and 2 deaths each second worldwide in January.
The agency also made projections for the US population, forecasting that the national population will be over 334 million on New Year's Day, a rise of nearly 0.5% or 1.57 million people.
The United States may expect one birth every nine seconds and one death every ten seconds in January, as per the bureau.
Furthermore, one person is predicted to be added to the US population every 32 seconds due to foreign migration.
By combining births, deaths, and international migration data, the United States can anticipate adding one new person to its population every 27 seconds, according to the Census Bureau.
China, India, the United States, and Indonesia have the highest populations in the world.