You can find on this page the Poland population map to print and to download in PDF. The Poland population density map presents the number of inhabitants in relation to the country size and the structure of the population of Poland in Europe.
The Poland population density map shows the number of inhabitants in relation to Poland size. This demographic map of Poland will allow you to know demography and structure of the population of Poland in Europe. The Poland density map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Poland ranks number 38 in the list of countries (and dependencies) by population. The population density in Poland is 124 per Km2 (320 people per mi2). The total land area is 306,230 Km2 (118,236 sq. miles). 60.2 % of the population is urban (22,781,639 people in 2020) as its mentioned in Poland population density map. The median age in Poland is 41.7 years.
Poland is the sixth most populated country in the EU, and the ninth most populated one in Europe. After experiencing a minor decline in population from the mid to late 2000s, Poland populace has gradually risen annually. Based on current trends, it is estimated that Poland will suffer a population decrease of roughly 4 million in 2050 (see Poland population density map), an estimate that is highly plausible due to the ongoing financial crisis in Europe.
According to the estimates of Polish Central Statistical Office (GUS), at the end of 2007 Poland had a population of 38,115,000, which translates into average population density of 122 people/km² (urban 1105 per 1 km², rural 50 per 1 km²). 61.5% of Polish population lives in the urban areas, a number which is slowly diminishing as you can see in Poland population density map. Poland is the 33rd most populous country in the world (9th in Europe, with 5.4% of European population). Total population of Poland is almost stagnant (population growth was 0,08%). Average life expectancy was 70.5 for men and 78.9 for women. In 2009 it is expected to be 73.1 for men and 79.5 for women. Population distribution is uneven. From ethnic perspective, Poland is very homogeneous, with 96.7% of population being Polish.