Population of Argentina 2022 | Religion in Argentina

Population of Argentina 2022

Argentina, officially the Argentine Republic, is a country in the southern half of South America. It is the second-largest country by area after Brazil, & the third-largest populated country in South America. As per the World Population Prospects, 2019 by the United Nations, the population of Argentina in 2021 is 45,500,777 (45.5 million or 4.5 Crore)

Source: World Population Prospects 2019

Argentina Population 2022

Argentina has a population growth rate during 2020-2021 of 0.93 %. Its estimated population in 2021 is  46,010,234 (46 million)* equivalent to 0.58% of the total world population. The total Land Area of Argentina is 2,736,690 sq.km (1,056,640 sq. mi) & the Population Density of Argentina is 17 per Km2 (43 people per mi2).

Population of  Argentina in 2022 –  46 million or 4.6 Crore (Approx)
Argentina2022 Population
Total Population46,010,234 (46 million or 4.6 crore)
Global Rank32nd
Share of World Pop.0.58%
Land Area 2,736,690 sq.km (1,056,640 sq. mi)
Area Rank8
Pop. Density17 persons/sq.km
Capital CityBuenos Aires
Argentina Demographics
Fertility Rate*2.27
Infant mortality rate**9
Median Age 31.5
Life Expectancy77.9 Years
Urban Population92.8%

Source: United Nation World  Populations Prospects 

*Fertility rate, average number of children born to women during their reproductive years.

**Infant mortality rate is the number of deaths per 1,000 live births of children under one year of age.

 

 

Religion in Argentina

Religion in Argentina

  • Christian 79.6 %
    – Roman Catholic – 62.9 %
    – Protestant – 13.0 %
    – Evangelical – 2.3 %
    – Jehovah’s Witness and Mormon – 1.4 %
  • No religion 18.9 %
  • Irreligion 9.7 %
  • Atheist – 6.0 %
  • Agnostic – 3.2 %
  • Other religions – 1.2%

Source: Wikipedia

Top Cities in Argentina by Population

#CityRegionPopulation
1Buenos Aires(Autonomous city)30,54,000
2CórdobaCórdoba15,19,000
3RosarioSanta Fe14,29,000
4MendozaMendoza10,82,000
5San Miguel de TucumánTucumán8,68,000
6La PlataBuenos Aires8,36,000
7Mar del PlataBuenos Aires6,33,000
8SaltaSalta6,25,000
9Santa FeSanta Fe5,30,000
10San JuanSan Juan5,13,000
11ResistenciaChaco4,09,000
12Santiago del EsteroSantiago del Estero4,06,000
13CorrientesCorrientes3,83,000
14PosadasMisiones3,55,000
15San Salvador de JujuyJujuy3,38,000
16NeuquénNeuquén3,09,000
17Bahía BlancaBuenos Aires3,07,000
18ParanáEntre Ríos2,74,000
19FormosaFormosa2,58,000
20San LuisSan Luis2,18,000

Source: Census 2015