๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡ณ Population Density of Honduras

The current population density of Honduras is 98.6432 people per square kilometer. A 1.56% increase from 2023, when the population density only was 97.1249 people/kmยฒ. In the future, Honduras's population density is projected to increase to 139.0493 people/kmยฒ, by the year 2100. A total increase of the population density of Honduras by 40.96% from today's standard.

Historic Population Density of Honduras (1950-2024)

Honduras has seen an increase of population density since the 1950's. From 14.2833 people/kmยฒ to 98.6432 people/kmยฒ, an increase of 590.62% in total.

Year Population Density (people/kmยฒ) Population
1950 14.2833 1,557,932
1951 14.6894 1,602,228
1952 15.1103 1,648,137
1953 15.5479 1,695,870
1954 16.0015 1,745,344
1955 16.4707 1,796,527
1956 16.9554 1,849,391
1957 17.4561 1,904,009
1958 17.974 1,960,492
1959 18.508 2,018,738
1960 19.0569 2,078,617
1961 19.619 2,139,928
1962 20.196 2,202,854
1963 20.7905 2,267,708
1964 21.4028 2,334,492
1965 22.0352 2,403,465
1966 22.6866 2,474,522
1967 23.3557 2,547,497
1968 24.0477 2,622,982
1969 24.7665 2,701,381
1970 25.5125 2,782,753
1971 26.2895 2,867,501
1972 27.1011 2,956,020
1973 27.9325 3,046,714
1974 28.7561 3,136,539
1975 29.6279 3,231,631
1976 30.5739 3,334,814
1977 31.5485 3,441,122
1978 32.5501 3,550,368
1979 33.5803 3,662,736
1980 34.6369 3,777,990
1981 35.7165 3,895,736
1982 36.8158 4,015,647
1983 37.9356 4,137,783
1984 39.0737 4,261,920
1985 40.2268 4,387,693
1986 41.3991 4,515,568
1987 42.5925 4,645,732
1988 43.8062 4,778,114
1989 45.049 4,913,676
1990 46.3285 5,053,234
1991 47.6455 5,196,888
1992 49.0014 5,344,774
1993 50.3955 5,496,840
1994 51.8266 5,652,934
1995 53.2925 5,812,832
1996 54.7935 5,976,550
1997 56.3298 6,144,112
1998 57.8372 6,308,537
1999 59.3851 6,477,365
2000 61.0294 6,656,725
2001 62.6901 6,837,862
2002 64.3591 7,019,908
2003 66.0275 7,201,880
2004 67.6917 7,383,406
2005 69.353 7,564,613
2006 71.0087 7,745,200
2007 72.6522 7,924,462
2008 74.2778 8,101,777
2009 75.887 8,277,302
2010 77.4789 8,450,932
2011 79.0519 8,622,504
2012 80.6092 8,792,366
2013 82.1521 8,960,657
2014 83.6849 9,127,846
2015 85.2128 9,294,506
2016 86.7374 9,460,798
2017 88.2597 9,626,842
2018 89.7817 9,792,850
2019 91.3034 9,958,829
2020 92.7972 10,121,763
2021 94.2328 10,278,346
2022 95.6494 10,432,860
2023 97.1249 10,593,798
2024 98.6432 10,759,406

Future Population Density of Honduras (2024-2100)

Honduras's positive trend in population density is set to increase even further in the future. Where the population density will grow from 98.6432 people/kmยฒ to 139.0493 people/kmยฒ. An additional increase increase of 40.96% from 2024 to 2100.

Year Population Density (people/kmยฒ) Population
2024 98.6432 10,759,406
2025 100.1519 10,923,967
2026 101.6505 11,087,422
2027 103.1354 11,249,392
2028 104.6046 11,409,646
2029 106.057 11,568,061
2030 107.4914 11,724,522
2031 108.9035 11,878,542
2032 110.2896 12,029,728
2033 111.6512 12,178,241
2034 112.9834 12,323,556
2035 114.2893 12,465,996
2036 115.5695 12,605,632
2037 116.8227 12,742,318
2038 118.0523 12,876,432
2039 119.2542 13,007,530
2040 120.4298 13,135,763
2041 121.5801 13,261,233
2042 122.7038 13,383,793
2043 123.8029 13,503,682
2044 124.8754 13,620,656
2045 125.922 13,734,814
2046 126.9404 13,845,900
2047 127.926 13,953,404
2048 128.885 14,058,002
2049 129.8178 14,159,746
2050 130.7233 14,258,514
2051 131.6017 14,354,329
2052 132.4502 14,446,873
2053 133.2689 14,536,170
2054 134.0594 14,622,394
2055 134.8195 14,705,302
2056 135.548 14,784,762
2057 136.2457 14,860,860
2058 136.9095 14,933,268
2059 137.5405 15,002,097
2060 138.1394 15,067,414
2061 138.7003 15,128,592
2062 139.2209 15,185,379
2063 139.7083 15,238,542
2064 140.1619 15,288,020
2065 140.581 15,333,736
2066 140.9657 15,375,688
2067 141.3118 15,413,444
2068 141.6237 15,447,466
2069 141.904 15,478,042
2070 142.1532 15,505,219
2071 142.3731 15,529,204
2072 142.565 15,550,137
2073 142.7273 15,567,841
2074 142.8593 15,582,232
2075 142.9617 15,593,404
2076 143.0365 15,601,561
2077 143.0881 15,607,189
2078 143.1182 15,610,474
2079 143.128 15,611,546
2080 143.1159 15,610,228
2081 143.0801 15,606,320
2082 143.0186 15,599,606
2083 142.9344 15,590,426
2084 142.8331 15,579,382
2085 142.714 15,566,382
2086 142.5759 15,551,318
2087 142.4183 15,534,132
2088 142.244 15,515,121
2089 142.0521 15,494,194
2090 141.8435 15,471,439
2091 141.6221 15,447,290
2092 141.3863 15,421,571
2093 141.1376 15,394,446
2094 140.8754 15,365,843
2095 140.5962 15,335,390
2096 140.3057 15,303,708
2097 140.0063 15,271,048
2098 139.6962 15,237,226
2099 139.3782 15,202,532
2100 139.0493 15,166,663

Common Questions in Regards to Population Density

What is Population Density?

Population density is a measurement of population per unit of land area. The metric is mostly used in regards to human populations, while sometimes utilized for animal life forms and other organisms. On this page we make use of the population per square kilometer (people/kmยฒ) to illustrate the population density of Honduras.

What useful information can be derived from Population Density?

The population density is a useful metric for understanding and visualize how populated a country, region or territory is, in general. It's also important to understand that most countries are highly populated in specific regions. While the population density only take people per square kilometers, spaced out evenly throughout the total area, into account.

How is Population Density calculated?

Population density indicates the number of people per unit of land area. In this case, the population density is calculated in square kilometers (kmยฒ) of Honduras's area.

Population Density Formula

Population Density = population / land area in kmยฒ

Data Information

Data found on this page is based on the medium fertility variant of the United Nations Revision of World Population Prospects 2022.

Data Sources

The United Nations - Department of Economic and Social Affairs (Population Division)

UN Revision of World Population Prospects 2022

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