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

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Input

Add Radius manually : Radius km OR miles Location :

Output

Options

 Find Population 

 Full Screen 

 Zoom To Fit 

 Reset Map 

Instructions

  1. Search, zoom and pan the map to find the desired location
  2. Click the icon or iconicon to start drawing a polygon or a radius circle
  3. 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
  4. Once the area is defined, click the [Find Population] button to find the population inside
  5. After a delay, the estimated population is returned and displayed below the map

Other notes:

  • Click the [Full Screen] button 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

Population esitmate for Dublin, Republic or Ireland

Screenshot of radius population estimate for Dublin, Republic or Ireland

Version History

  • 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

Tried Manhattan and it gave me a population of only half the actual estimated population. What a joke!
On 22nd July 2017

Which Census is this from?
On 21st July 2017

There's a problem, I get the same population of just over 10 million whether I use a 100, 60, 10 or 1km radius circle!
By Stub on 21st July 2017

may not want to allow overlap, also tried the whole world and got under 700 million. that's off by an order of magnitude.
On 18th July 2017

Hi, is the population data based on 2010 census data? Thank you!
By Rose on 13th July 2017

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By Waran on 13th June 2017

If at all possible, there should be population vs age groups so if you want to know how many people within the age range of 15-20 or 21-25 or something
On 5th May 2017

Doesn't seem to like circles with smaller radius, e.g. 1 km. I would also like to know how many households there are in the chosen area, e.g. so we can roughly work out how many people need to be contacted about a new road scheme.
By John Nichol on 7th April 2017

The numbers for my area seem to be very close to what I was expecting (based on US Census).
By Jason on 22nd March 2017

I m sorry to say that this is crap! A 20km radius around Zagreb gives 93,019 People, but there are 10 times more people in the area. Please indicate how you calculate these numbers
By Peter on 7th March 2017

This is a very valuable application. Thank you for your effort
By Jm on 26th February 2017

Shallote
On 20th February 2017

agree with the user directly under this post
On 14th February 2017

This was highly inaccurate and I suggest to never use it
By Max on 8th February 2017

Great Idea! Use it all the time. Please update
By Milky on 4th January 2017

What year are these Statics from?
On 27th December 2016

Inaccurate at all. Tried a few locations in the Middle East and results were way off.
On 28th November 2016

don't know yet
By mitch on 25th November 2016

SWEET! Thank you!
By MikeK on 1st November 2016

Useless tool. Inaccurate population numbers and tools don't work. good idea, horrible execution.
By Jon on 18th October 2016

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