Population Projection Statistics
Releases on Population Projections
Updated Projected Mid-Year Population for the Philippines Based on the 2015 POPCEN Results: 2020-2025
The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) releases the updated 2010 Census-based Population Projections using the results of the 2015 Census of Population (POPCEN 2015). This in response to the demands for the latest population estimates at... Read more about Updated Population Projections Based on the Results of 2015 POPCEN.
The population projections for the 80 provinces and two special areas, Cotabato City (located in Maguindanao but is under SOCKSARGEN) and Isabela City (located in Basilan but is under Zamboanga Peninsula), indicate that by 2045, the metropolis of... Read more about Highlights of the 2010 Census-Based Population Projections.
The Philippine population is projected to reach 142 million by 2045. This signifies about 49 million persons added to the country's population from 2010 to 2045, equivalent to an average annual growth rate of 1.21 percent. All regions are... Read more about Ten Regions Expected to Grow Faster Than the National Average.
By the year 2045, the Philippine population is projected to increase to 142 million according to the latest 2010 Census-based population projections. Around 50 million people would be added in a span of 35 years. This increase in numbers would... Read more about A 142 Million Philippine Population by 2045?.
Philippine Population Would Reach Over 140 Million by the Year 2040 (Final Results from the 2000 Census-based Population Projections)
The Philippine population would continue to grow, increasing from 76.5 million, as of the latest population census conducted in May 2000, to 141.7 million in 2040, according to the Medium Series of the 2000 Census-based population projections.... Read more about Philippine Population Would Reach Over 140 Million by the Year 2040 (Final Results from the 2000 Census-based Population Projections).