The world’s 20 largest countries

We all know the world’s two largest countries, right? China and India. But which is third largest? The U.S.? Brazil? Do you know for sure? Check out the data below, estimated by the U.S. Census Bureau and presented on the CIA website. If you wonder where a particular country ranks, check it out here. Tomorrow I’ll give you a list of the world’s 20 smallest nations. The smallest of all has only an estimated 48 people. (Drop by sometime and count them yourself!)

20 largest countries

RankCountryPopulation
1China1,336,718,015
2India1,189,172,906
3United States313,232,044
4Indonesia245,613,043
5Brazil203,429,773
6Pakistan187,342,721
7Bangladesh158,570,535
8Nigeria155,215,573
9Russia138,739,892
10Japan126,475,664
11Mexico113,724,226
12Philippines101,833,938
13Ethiopia90,873,739
14Vietnam90,549,390
15Egypt82,079,636
16Germany81,471,834
17Turkey78,785,548
18Iran77,891,220
19Democratic Republic of the Congo71,712,868
20Thailand66,720,153

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One Response to The world’s 20 largest countries

  1. Uncle B says:

    Asian total is stunning! Eurasian population astounding! China already received with open arms in even Siberia, with petroleum products sales in Yuan are strongly in place. Science and technology, education and engineering already passing American schools on the Eurasian continent, where birth control is practiced and still they are very prolific.

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