๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡จ Population Density of Seychelles

The current population density of Seychelles is 236.8993 people per square kilometer. A 0.56% increase from 2023, when the population density only was 235.5799 people/kmยฒ. In the future, Seychelles's population density is projected to decrease to 226.814 people/kmยฒ, by the year 2100. A total increase of the population density of Seychelles by -4.26% from today's standard.

Historic Population Density of Seychelles (1950-2024)

Seychelles has seen an increase of population density since the 1950's. From 83.3829 people/kmยฒ to 236.8993 people/kmยฒ, an increase of 184.11% in total.

Year Population Density (people/kmยฒ) Population
1950 83.3829 38,106
1951 83.8085 38,300
1952 84.4212 38,580
1953 85.1597 38,918
1954 86.0339 39,318
1955 87.0646 39,788
1956 88.2505 40,330
1957 89.5908 40,943
1958 91.046 41,608
1959 92.6565 42,344
1960 94.4584 43,167
1961 96.3698 44,041
1962 98.4004 44,969
1963 100.5777 45,964
1964 102.8939 47,022
1965 105.302 48,123
1966 107.8425 49,284
1967 110.5536 50,523
1968 113.3654 51,808
1969 116.1882 53,098
1970 118.9912 54,379
1971 121.8687 55,694
1972 124.8403 57,052
1973 127.7002 58,359
1974 130.4617 59,621
1975 133.3534 60,943
1976 136.0635 62,181
1977 138.2188 63,166
1978 139.9956 63,978
1979 141.4912 64,662
1980 142.8654 65,290
1981 144.267 65,930
1982 145.372 66,435
1983 146.2987 66,859
1984 147.3654 67,346
1985 148.4311 67,833
1986 149.5066 68,324
1987 150.7582 68,896
1988 152.2659 69,586
1989 153.9223 70,342
1990 155.4858 71,057
1991 157.0098 71,754
1992 158.4617 72,417
1993 159.826 73,040
1994 161.5875 73,846
1995 163.5339 74,735
1996 165.3173 75,550
1997 167.465 76,531
1998 169.9431 77,664
1999 172.5011 78,833
2000 175.186 80,060
2001 177.8162 81,262
2002 180.3796 82,433
2003 182.9147 83,592
2004 185.3709 84,714
2005 187.9278 85,883
2006 190.5755 87,093
2007 193.2702 88,324
2008 196.1575 89,644
2009 199.1904 91,030
2010 202.2068 92,408
2011 205.3107 93,827
2012 208.5536 95,309
2013 211.628 96,714
2014 214.4442 98,001
2015 217.1554 99,240
2016 219.9311 100,508
2017 222.7801 101,810
2018 225.6039 103,101
2019 228.3862 104,372
2020 230.919 105,530
2021 232.977 106,470
2022 234.395 107,118
2023 235.5799 107,660
2024 236.8993 108,263

Future Population Density of Seychelles (2024-2100)

Seychelles's positive trend in population density is set to decrease even further in the future. Where the population density will grow from 236.8993 people/kmยฒ to 226.814 people/kmยฒ. An additional increase decrease of -4.26% from 2024 to 2100.

Year Population Density (people/kmยฒ) Population
2024 236.8993 108,263
2025 238.1696 108,844
2026 239.3807 109,397
2027 240.5098 109,913
2028 241.5853 110,404
2029 242.6204 110,878
2030 243.5821 111,317
2031 244.4934 111,734
2032 245.3906 112,144
2033 246.2396 112,531
2034 247.0503 112,902
2035 247.8381 113,262
2036 248.5919 113,606
2037 249.3304 113,944
2038 250.0383 114,268
2039 250.698 114,569
2040 251.3381 114,862
2041 251.954 115,143
2042 252.5306 115,406
2043 253.0569 115,647
2044 253.5306 115,864
2045 253.9584 116,059
2046 254.3359 116,232
2047 254.6543 116,377
2048 254.9147 116,496
2049 255.1094 116,585
2050 255.2374 116,644
2051 255.2932 116,669
2052 255.2987 116,671
2053 255.2593 116,653
2054 255.1521 116,604
2055 254.9748 116,524
2056 254.7341 116,414
2057 254.4442 116,281
2058 254.0996 116,124
2059 253.721 115,951
2060 253.3184 115,766
2061 252.8589 115,556
2062 252.3589 115,328
2063 251.8501 115,096
2064 251.3118 114,850
2065 250.7582 114,597
2066 250.2079 114,345
2067 249.6302 114,081
2068 249.0295 113,806
2069 248.4333 113,534
2070 247.8293 113,258
2071 247.2177 112,978
2072 246.5963 112,695
2073 245.9639 112,406
2074 245.3348 112,118
2075 244.7144 111,835
2076 244.0952 111,552
2077 243.4508 111,257
2078 242.7877 110,954
2079 242.1422 110,659
2080 241.4891 110,360
2081 240.8129 110,052
2082 240.1455 109,746
2083 239.4672 109,436
2084 238.7812 109,123
2085 238.1072 108,815
2086 237.4103 108,496
2087 236.7068 108,175
2088 235.9978 107,851
2089 235.291 107,528
2090 234.5777 107,202
2091 233.8446 106,867
2092 233.1269 106,539
2093 232.3939 106,204
2094 231.6444 105,862
2095 230.8742 105,510
2096 230.0941 105,153
2097 229.2998 104,790
2098 228.4891 104,420
2099 227.6652 104,043
2100 226.814 103,654

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 Seychelles.

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 Seychelles'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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