|population of spain 1950||0.2||1||3952||35|
|population of spain 1940||1.37||0.1||1434||99|
|population of spain 1930||0.72||0.1||8013||100|
|spain population 1950||0.51||0.2||864||18|
|spain population in 1950||1.48||0.5||1089||100|
|population of spain in 1940||0.83||0.9||4123||53|
|spain population 1940||2||0.2||8419||38|
|spain population in 1940||1.48||0.3||7111||4|
United Nations projections are also included through the year 2100. The current population of Spain in 2019 is 46,736,776, a 0.09% increase from 2018. The population of Spain in 2018 was 46,692,858, a 0.1% increase from 2017. The population of Spain in 2017 was 46,647,428, a 0.03% increase from 2016.How did Spain's population increase during the 20th century?
The population of Spain doubled during the twentieth century as a result of the demographic boom in the 1960s and early 1970s. After that time, the birth rate fell during the 1980s and Spain's population became stalled.What was the population of Spain in 2003?
Spain population estimates Year Population Growth Growth Share (%) 2003 42,596,453 676,868 1.61 0.67 2002 41,919,585 600,158 1.45 0.67 2001 41,319,427 494,673 1.21 0.66 2000 40,824,754 370,284 0.92 0.66 55 more rows ...What was the population of Spain during the Spanish Civil War?
The population growth rate was set to increase in the mid-1900s, but this was interrupted by the Spanish Civil War, which would claim around half a million lives between 1936 and 1939. In spite of the war, the Spanish population continued to grow throughout these years, and reached 28 million by the middle of the century.