The world population is expected to increase to more than 7.9 billion on New Year’s Day; increase of almost 1% from 2022

The world’s population will increase by more than 7.9 billion people on New Year’s Day, 7,942,645,086 to be exact, the US Census Bureau said in a statement this week.

The figure represents an increase of more than 79 million people since January 2022 worldwide.

In January, 4.3 births and two deaths are expected worldwide per second.

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Hong Kong residents gather in front of Victoria Harbor ahead of the New Year's Eve countdown on Saturday, December.  31, 2022 in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong residents gather in front of Victoria Harbor ahead of the New Year’s Eve countdown on Saturday, December. 31, 2022 in Hong Kong.
(AP Photo/Anthony Kwan)

In the US, the population will increase by half a percent to around 334,233,854, with a person born every nine seconds, a person dying every 10 seconds and someone joining the population every 32 seconds through immigration.

The average comes to a net gain of one American every 21 seconds.

Revelers gather in the rain during New Year's Eve celebrations in Times Square on Saturday, Dec.  31, 2022, in New York.

Revelers gather in the rain during New Year’s Eve celebrations in Times Square on Saturday, Dec. 31, 2022, in New York.
(AP Photo / Andres Kudacki)

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The most populous countries are China, India, the USA and Indonesia.

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In the US, California, Texas and Florida have the highest populations.

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