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Country or Area CodeCountry or AreaYear(s)VariantValue
4Afghanistan2100Const. mortality (Medium) 40 190
4Afghanistan2100Constant-fertility scenario 845 843
4Afghanistan2100High variant 92 331
4Afghanistan2100Instant replacement 52 175
4Afghanistan2100Low variant 35 950
4Afghanistan2100Medium variant 59 249
4Afghanistan2100No change (Const. Fer., Mor., Zero migration) 595 430
4Afghanistan2100Zero migration (Medium) 60 857
4Afghanistan2095Const. mortality (Medium) 42 397
4Afghanistan2095Constant-fertility scenario 695 470
4Afghanistan2095High variant 90 552
4Afghanistan2095Instant replacement 51 744
4Afghanistan2095Low variant 38 529
4Afghanistan2095Medium variant 60 449
4Afghanistan2095No change (Const. Fer., Mor., Zero migration) 503 756
4Afghanistan2095Zero migration (Medium) 62 087
4Afghanistan2090Const. mortality (Medium) 44 579
4Afghanistan2090Constant-fertility scenario 572 022
4Afghanistan2090High variant 88 678
4Afghanistan2090Instant replacement 51 362
4Afghanistan2090Low variant 41 117
4Afghanistan2090Medium variant 61 525
4Afghanistan2090No change (Const. Fer., Mor., Zero migration) 426 168
4Afghanistan2090Zero migration (Medium) 63 179
4Afghanistan2085Const. mortality (Medium) 46 689
4Afghanistan2085Constant-fertility scenario 470 681
4Afghanistan2085High variant 86 676
4Afghanistan2085Instant replacement 51 113
4Afghanistan2085Low variant 43 624
4Afghanistan2085Medium variant 62 422
4Afghanistan2085No change (Const. Fer., Mor., Zero migration) 360 498
4Afghanistan2085Zero migration (Medium) 64 079
4Afghanistan2080Const. mortality (Medium) 48 636
4Afghanistan2080Constant-fertility scenario 387 497
4Afghanistan2080High variant 84 482
4Afghanistan2080Instant replacement 50 991
4Afghanistan2080Low variant 45 897
4Afghanistan2080Medium variant 63 028
4Afghanistan2080No change (Const. Fer., Mor., Zero migration) 304 946
4Afghanistan2080Zero migration (Medium) 64 685
4Afghanistan2075Const. mortality (Medium) 50 275
4Afghanistan2075Constant-fertility scenario 319 231
4Afghanistan2075High variant 82 001
4Afghanistan2075Instant replacement 50 859
4Afghanistan2075Low variant 47 778
4Afghanistan2075Medium variant 63 218
4Afghanistan2075No change (Const. Fer., Mor., Zero migration) 257 988
4Afghanistan2075Zero migration (Medium) 64 877
4Afghanistan2070Const. mortality (Medium) 51 471
4Afghanistan2070Constant-fertility scenario 263 195
Source

World Population Prospects: The 2012 Revision

Source:  United Nations Population Division

The United Nations World Population Prospects: The 2012 Revision contains estimates since 1950 and projections until 2100 for every country in the world, including estimates and projections of 60 demographic indicators such as birth rates, deaths rates, infant mortality rates and life expectancy. A sample set of summary indicators are provided as part of UNdata. More detailed data by age and sex are available from the Population Division web site and on CD-ROM/DVD.

Citation:
United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division, World Population Prospects: The 2012 Revision, New York, 2013.
Last update in UNdata: 20 Aug 2013
Next update in UNdata: 2015 release