Brunei Population 1950-2019

Chart and table of Brunei population from 1950 to 2019. United Nations projections are also included through the year 2100.
  • The current population of Brunei in is 0, a NAN% decline from .
  • The population of Brunei in was 0, a NAN% decline from .
  • The population of Brunei in was 0, a NAN% decline from .
  • The population of Brunei in was 0, a NAN% decline from .
Data Source: United Nations - World Population Prospects

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Country Name 2019 Population
United States 329,064,917
Japan 126,860,301
Germany 83,517,045
United Kingdom 67,530,172
France 65,129,728
Italy 60,550,075
South Korea 51,225,308
Spain 46,736,776
Argentina 44,780,677
Poland 37,887,768
Canada 37,411,047
Saudi Arabia 34,268,528
Australia 25,203,198
Taiwan 23,773,876
Chile 18,952,038
Netherlands 17,097,130
Belgium 11,539,328
Greece 10,473,455
Portugal 10,226,187
Sweden 10,036,379
UAE 9,770,529
Hungary 9,684,679
Austria 8,955,102
Switzerland 8,591,365
Israel 8,519,377
Hong Kong 7,436,154
Singapore 5,804,337
Denmark 5,771,876
Finland 5,532,156
Norway 5,378,857
Oman 4,974,986
Ireland 4,882,495
New Zealand 4,783,063
Panama 4,246,439
Kuwait 4,207,083
Croatia 4,130,304
Uruguay 3,461,734
Puerto Rico 2,933,408
Qatar 2,832,067
Lithuania 2,759,627
Slovenia 2,078,654
Latvia 1,906,743
Bahrain 1,641,172
Trinidad and Tobago 1,394,973
Estonia 1,325,648
Cyprus 1,198,575
Macao 640,445
Luxembourg 615,729
Malta 440,372
Bahamas 389,482
Iceland 339,031
Barbados 287,025
New Caledonia 282,750
French Polynesia 279,287
Channel Islands 172,259
Guam 167,294
Curacao 163,424
Aruba 106,314
Seychelles 97,739
Antigua and Barbuda 97,118
Isle of Man 84,584
Andorra 77,142
Cayman Islands 64,948
Bermuda 62,506
Northern Mariana Islands 57,216
Greenland 56,672
Faroe Islands 48,678
Sint Maarten (Dutch part) 42,388
Monaco 38,964
Turks and Caicos Islands 38,191
Liechtenstein 38,019
San Marino 33,860
Gibraltar 33,701
British Virgin Islands 30,030
Palau 18,008
Brunei - Historical Population Data
Year Population Growth Rate