San Fernando, Philippines Metro Area Population 1950-2020

NOTE: All data from 2020 and beyond are UN projections and DO NOT include any impacts of the COVID-19 virus.
Chart and table of population level and growth rate for the San Fernando, Philippines metro area from 1950 to 2020. United Nations population projections are also included through the year 2035.
  • The current metro area population of San Fernando in 2020 is 328,000, a 1.55% increase from 2019.
  • The metro area population of San Fernando in 2019 was 323,000, a 1.25% increase from 2018.
  • The metro area population of San Fernando in 2018 was 319,000, a 1.27% increase from 2017.
  • The metro area population of San Fernando in 2017 was 315,000, a 1.61% increase from 2016.
Data Source: United Nations - World Population Prospects

MLA Citation:
Other Cities in Philippines
City Name Population
Manila 13,923,000
Davao City 1,825,000
Cebu City 980,000
Zamboanga City 917,000
Antipolo 881,000
Cagayan de Oro City 753,000
Dasmarinas 747,000
Bacoor 686,000
General Santos City 653,000
Bacolod 613,000
San Jose del Monte 608,000
including City of Isabela 533,000
Imus 528,000
Calamba 525,000
Angeles City 510,000
Iloilo City 472,000
Lapu-Lapu City 470,000
Santa Rosa 432,000
General Trias 398,000
Mandaue City 395,000
Binan 387,000
Lipa City 385,000
Cabuyao 377,000
Baguio City 373,000
Tarlac 367,000
Butuan 365,000
Iligan 363,000
San Pedro 358,000
Batangas City 355,000
Cotabato 328,000
San Fernando 328,000
San Fernando - Historical Population Data
Year Population Growth Rate
2020 328,000 1.55%
2019 323,000 1.25%
2018 319,000 1.27%
2017 315,000 1.61%
2016 310,000 1.31%
2015 306,000 1.32%
2014 302,000 1.34%
2013 298,000 1.36%
2012 294,000 1.38%
2011 290,000 1.05%
2010 287,000 2.50%
2009 280,000 2.56%
2008 273,000 2.63%
2007 266,000 2.70%
2006 259,000 2.37%
2005 253,000 2.43%
2004 247,000 2.92%
2003 240,000 2.56%
2002 234,000 2.18%
2001 229,000 2.69%
2000 223,000 3.24%
1999 216,000 2.86%
1998 210,000 2.94%
1997 204,000 3.03%
1996 198,000 3.13%
1995 192,000 3.78%
1994 185,000 3.93%
1993 178,000 4.09%
1992 171,000 3.64%
1991 165,000 3.77%
1990 159,000 3.92%
1989 153,000 3.38%
1988 148,000 3.50%
1987 143,000 3.62%
1986 138,000 3.76%
1985 133,000 3.91%
1984 128,000 3.23%
1983 124,000 3.33%
1982 120,000 3.45%
1981 116,000 3.57%
1980 112,000 2.75%
1979 109,000 2.83%
1978 106,000 1.92%
1977 104,000 2.97%
1976 101,000 2.02%
1975 99,000 3.13%
1974 96,000 3.23%
1973 93,000 3.33%
1972 90,000 3.45%
1971 87,000 2.35%
1970 85,000 3.66%
1969 82,000 3.80%
1968 79,000 3.95%
1967 76,000 4.11%
1966 73,000 4.29%
1965 70,000 4.48%
1964 67,000 3.08%
1963 65,000 4.84%
1962 62,000 3.33%
1961 60,000 3.45%
1960 58,000 3.57%
1959 56,000 5.66%
1958 53,000 3.92%
1957 51,000 4.08%
1956 49,000 2.08%
1955 48,000 4.35%
1954 46,000 4.55%
1953 44,000 4.76%
1952 42,000 2.44%
1951 41,000 5.13%
1950 39,000 0.00%