Countries with negative population growth rate

The world population reached the 1 billion mark in the early 19th century. Now it is approximately 8 billion (2022). In just two centuries, the human population has grown 8 times. With the current growth rate, it may reach the 10 billion mark in the 2050s. However, there are some countries that have a negative population growth rate. Mass Migration, low birth rate, high death rate, low fertility, etc. account for this decrease in population. The following is a list of all the countries with a decreasing population.

Countries with a negative population growth rate

CountryContinentPopulation decline rate (%)
1AlbaniaEurope-0.6
2BelarusEurope-0.4
3 Bosnia and Herzegovina Europe-0.6
4BulgariaEurope-0.6
5CroatiaEurope-0.4
6CubaCaribbean islands, North America-0.1
7GreeceEurope-0.2
8HungaryEurope-0.2
9ItalyEurope-0.5
10JapanAsia-0.3
11LatviaEurope-0.7
12LebanonAsia-0.4
13MoldovaEurope-1.7
14MontenegroEurope-0.1
15North MacedoniaEurope-0.2
16PolandEurope-0.2
17RomaniaEurope-0.6
18RussiaAsia and Europe (transcontinental)-0.2
19SerbiaEurope-0.7
20SingaporeAsia-0.3
21UkraineEurope-0.6
22VenezuelaSouth America-0.3

Disclaimer: The stats will change with time.


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