Population of United States 2022 | Religion in United States

Population of United States 2022

The United States of America (US) or USA is a country located in North America. It’s the world’s third-largest country by total area &  also third most populous country in the world. As per the World Population Prospects, 2019 by the United Nations, the population of US in 2021 is 332,702,647 (333 millions or 33 Crores)

Source: World Population Prospects 

United States Population 2022

United States has a population growth rate during 2020-2021 of 0.59%. Its estimated population in 2022 is 334,805,268 (334.81 Million)* equivalent to 4.25% of the total world population. The total Land Area of the United States is 9,147,593 sq. km (3,531,905 sq. mi) & the Population Density of United States is 36 per Km2 (94 people per sq. mi).

Population of US  in 2022 –  335 Million or 35 Crores (Approx)
USA2022 Population
Total Population334,805,268 (335 millions)
Global Rank3rd
Share of World Pop.4.25%
Land Area  9,147,593 sq. km (3,531,905 sq. mi)
Area Rank3rd

Density

Capital City

36 person/km2 (94 per sq. mi)

Washington DC

By total Area: (Land + Water) US stands at 4th number behind Canada & China

United States Demographics
Fertility Rate* in US1.78
Infant mortality rate** in US5.7
Median Age in US38.3 Years
Life Expectancy in US77.8 year
Urban Population of US83 %

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 the United States

The United States has the world’s largest Christian population. Christianity is the largest religion in the United States, with the various Protestant Churches having the most adherents followed by roman Catholics. Jewish, Islam, Hinduism, Buddism are the main minority religions. 28% of people don’t affiliate with any religion.

  • Christians – 93%
    – Protestant – 42%
    – Roman Catholic  – 21%
    – Mormon – 2%
    – Unaffiliated –  28%
  • Jewish (2%)
  • Muslim (1%)
  • Hindu (1%)
  • Buddhist (1%)
  • Other religions (2%)
  • Unanswered (1%)

Source: Wikipedia

Top Cities in US by Population

#CityStatePopulation 
1New York New York8,336,817
2Los Angeles California3,979,576
3Chicago Illinois2,693,976
4Houston Texas2,320,268
5Phoenix Arizona1,680,992
6Philadelphia Pennsylvania1,584,064
7San Antonio Texas1,547,253
8San Diego California1,423,851
9Dallas Texas1,343,573
10San Jose California1,021,795
11Austin Texas978,908
12Jacksonville Florida911,507
13Fort Worth Texas909,585
14Columbus Ohio898,553
15Charlotte North Carolina885,708
16San Francisco California881,549
17Indianapolis Indiana876,384
18Seattle Washington753,675
19Denver Colorado727,211
20Washington District of Columbia705,749
21Boston Massachusetts692,600
22El Paso Texas681,728
23Nashvill Tennessee670,820
24Detroit Michigan670,031
25Oklahoma City Oklahoma655,057
26Portland Oregon654,741
27Las Vegas Nevada651,319
28Memphis Tennessee651,073
29Louisville Kentucky617,638
30Baltimore Maryland593,490
31Milwaukee Wisconsin590,157
32Albuquerque New Mexico560,513
33Tucson Arizona548,073
34Fresno California531,576
35Mesa Arizona518,012
36Sacramento California513,624
37Atlanta Georgia506,811
38Kansas City Missouri495,327
39Colorado Springs Colorado478,221
40Omaha Nebraska478,192
41Raleigh North Carolina474,069
42Miami Florida467,963
43Long Beach California462,628
44Virginia Beach Virginia449,974
45Oakland California433,031
46Minneapolis Minnesota429,606
47Tulsa Oklahoma401,190
48Tampa Florida399,700
49Arlington Texas398,854
50New Orleans Louisiana390,144

Source: US Census

Indian Population in United States

As per the Ministry of External Affairs report 2018, there are 4,460,000 (44.60 Lakhs) Indians residing in the United States. 

  • Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs) – 3,180,000( 31.80 Lakhs)
  • Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) – 1,280,000 (12.80 Lakhs)

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