Find Population on Map
Map of the world where you define an area then find out the estimated population inside that area. You can use this tool to find the population inside a radius of any location in the world or define a custom area and find the population in the area.
Population Inside a Area Search Map
InputAdd Radius manually : Radius km OR miles Location :
- Search, zoom and pan the map to find the desired location
- Toggle the Polygon or Radius above the map to start drawing a polygon or a radius circle
- Click on the map to define the outside edge of the polygon. You can move the edges after it has been drawn. You can delete an edge by right clicking
- Once the area is defined, click the [Find Population] button to find the population inside
- After a delay, the estimated population is returned and displayed below the map
- Click the [Full Screen] icon on the map to view the map in full screen
- Click the [Zoom To Fit] button to zoom your map in/out on the area drawn
- Click the [Reset Map] button to start again
Example Population Estimate
Screenshot of radius population estimate for Dublin, Republic or Ireland
- 2nd October 2019 : Version 3.1 - Adding nodes to polygon not longer causes map to re-zoom
- 15th October 2018 : Version 3.0 - Converted to Leaflet maps
- 22nd March 2015 : Version 2.3 - Radius can now be drawn with a manual radius and location
- 15th January 2015 : Version 2.2 - Now displays circle radius in miles as well as km
- 8th November 2014 : Version 2.1 - Added Zoom to Fit button
- 15th July 2014 : Version 2 - Added radius circle search for population
- 15th July 2014 : Version 1.1 - Polygon Search now works clockwise and anticlockwise
- 28th June 2014 : Version 1 - Initial Version. Polygon Search
Comments For This Page
Please allow lat/long in the manual entry box.
On 15th June 2021
The entirety of the USA is only 20 million people according to this... This is definitely wrong.
On 14th June 2021
Agree with most of the comments here, data seems to be outdated.
On 11th June 2021
I did Poland Slovakia and Czechia and is says 6,522,197 what.
By Person on 20th May 2021
Made a polygon including a lot of the rust belt: All of Michigan, Milwaukee, and Chicago. Says that the population of my polygon is less than 1 Million. That isn't right at all.
On 4th May 2021
May I ask, why is there a limit to how many points you can do?
On 11th April 2021
Can you update the system so you can calculate even smaller areas? I'm trying to calculate my neighborhood's population, but it said that the area is too small.
By jrStudios on 9th April 2021
Reset button should now be fixed
By Free Map Tools on 30th March 2021
Reset Map button isn't working?
By Magdalen on 23rd March 2021
Metropolitan populations for Toronto, Buffalo, Rochester combined: 8 million
Population estimated by this map: 636,235
You get what you pay for.
By Graff on 18th March 2021
Calculations for Surrey UK are way off
On 12th March 2021
Example of a serious error. San Carlos de Bariloche in Argentina has a population somewhere around 131,000 but when doing a 25km radius, it is returning a population of 25,142. How can it be off by 106,000??
By Cuyler on 10th March 2021
Many estimates are off by several orders of magnitude (according to 2010 USA census). Something gone wrong?
By Ben D on 5th March 2021
May I know when was this statistics was last updated?
By Jimmy Ho on 15th February 2021
How relevant is the data on this website? If the population is based on census, which year census was it?
By Glaison Francis on 2nd February 2021
On this Samsung android phone, certain advertisements make the map unaccessible to edit the parameters (like radius)
On 30th January 2021
Very cool tool. Using it for research!
On 11th January 2021
I have a suggestion - allow limiting the search to a specific country...
By Jeff on 17th December 2020
December, 2020 - No issues, very good tool even for small towns in MN.
By Paul on 16th December 2020
I agree with all previous comments, needs some HEAVY updating.
On 11th November 2020
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