San Marino Population in 2020

Current Population in San Marino (live)

33,939

San Marino Land Area

60 km2
(23 mi2

Population Density (/km2)

565.65 /km2
(218.40 /mi2

Overview on Population Growth in San Marino

Current Population in San Marino today, Tuesday, 4 August 2020 is 33,939 and is projected to reach 34,017 at 1 July 2021 according to United Nations data.

Historical Population Estimates in San Marino

Date Total Population Females (%) Males (%) Population Growth Net Migration Migration Rate Fertility Rate Life Expectancy Birth Rate Death Rate
2020 33,931 16,799 (49.51%) 17,139 (50.51%) 0.397%
2019 33,860 16,762 (49.50%) 17,102 (50.51%) 0.397%
2018 33,785 16,722 (49.50%) 17,062 (50.50%) 0.397%
2017 33,671 16,667 (49.50%) 17,004 (50.50%) 0.397%
2016 33,504 16,580 (49.49%) 16,923 (50.51%) 0.397%
2015 33,272 16,468 (49.50%) 16,802 (50.50%) 1.270%
2014 32,948 16,303 (49.48%) 16,638 (50.50%) 1.270%
2013 32,553 16,111 (49.49%) 16,443 (50.51%) 1.270%
2012 32,105 15,893 (49.50%) 16,210 (50.49%) 1.270%
2011 31,661 15,670 (49.49%) 15,985 (50.49%) 1.270%
2010 31,229 15,456 (49.49%) 15,765 (50.48%) 1.254%
2009 30,816 15,261 (49.52%) 15,564 (50.51%) 1.254%
2008 30,434 15,069 (49.51%) 15,365 (50.49%) 1.254%
2007 30,063 14,888 (49.52%) 15,180 (50.49%) 1.254%
2006 29,700 14,706 (49.52%) 14,988 (50.46%) 1.254%
2005 29,324 14,523 (49.53%) 14,801 (50.47%) 1.311%
2004 28,940 14,333 (49.53%) 14,609 (50.48%) 1.311%
2003 28,562 14,144 (49.52%) 14,417 (50.48%) 1.311%
2002 28,175 13,954 (49.53%) 14,221 (50.47%) 1.311%
2001 27,812 13,772 (49.52%) 14,046 (50.50%) 1.311%
2000 27,462 13,596 (49.51%) 13,864 (50.48%) 1.151%
1999 27,145 13,434 (49.49%) 13,707 (50.50%) 1.151%
1998 26,840 13,283 (49.49%) 13,568 (50.55%) 1.151%
1997 26,562 13,136 (49.45%) 13,427 (50.55%) 1.151%
1996 26,252 12,967 (49.39%) 13,286 (50.61%) 1.151%
1995 25,928 12,802 (49.38%) 13,123 (50.61%) 1.442%
1994 25,582 12,634 (49.39%) 12,954 (50.64%) 1.442%
1993 25,209 12,444 (49.36%) 12,764 (50.63%) 1.442%
1992 24,822 12,248 (49.34%) 12,582 (50.69%) 1.442%
1991 24,460 12,061 (49.31%) 12,393 (50.67%) 1.442%
1990 24,125 11,898 (49.32%) 12,226 (50.68%) 1.132%
1989 23,817 11,752 (49.34%) 12,081 (50.72%) 1.132%
1988 23,551 11,605 (49.28%) 11,943 (50.71%) 1.132%
1987 23,295 11,478 (49.27%) 11,819 (50.74%) 1.132%
1986 23,046 11,351 (49.25%) 11,695 (50.75%) 1.132%
1985 22,798 11,224 (49.23%) 11,570 (50.75%) 1.209%
1984 22,549 11,095 (49.20%) 11,451 (50.78%) 1.209%
1983 22,299 10,969 (49.19%) 11,326 (50.79%) 1.209%
1982 22,037 10,839 (49.19%) 11,204 (50.84%) 1.209%
1981 21,765 10,697 (49.15%) 11,064 (50.83%) 1.209%
1980 21,459 10,538 (49.11%) 10,915 (50.86%) 1.580%
1979 21,127 10,370 (49.08%) 10,752 (50.89%) 1.580%
1978 20,760 10,190 (49.08%) 10,574 (50.93%) 1.580%
1977 20,397 10,006 (49.06%) 10,391 (50.94%) 1.580%
1976 20,083 9,851 (49.05%) 10,235 (50.96%) 1.580%
1975 19,831 9,721 (49.02%) 10,108 (50.97%) 0.621%
1974 19,664 9,637 (49.01%) 10,024 (50.98%) 0.621%
1973 19,566 9,590 (49.01%) 9,971 (50.96%) 0.621%
1972 19,494 9,549 (48.98%) 9,941 (51.00%) 0.621%
1971 19,389 9,501 (49.00%) 9,892 (51.02%) 0.621%
1970 19,221 9,420 (49.01%) 9,804 (51.01%) 1.869%
1969 18,977 9,298 (49.00%) 9,682 (51.02%) 1.869%
1968 18,668 9,144 (48.98%) 9,524 (51.02%) 1.869%
1967 18,307 8,960 (48.94%) 9,349 (51.07%) 1.869%
1966 17,918 8,771 (48.95%) 9,148 (51.05%) 1.869%
1965 17,513 8,570 (48.94%) 8,938 (51.04%) 2.516%
1964 17,099 8,368 (48.94%) 8,733 (51.07%) 2.516%
1963 16,679 8,155 (48.89%) 8,514 (51.05%) 2.516%
1962 16,255 7,951 (48.91%) 8,304 (51.09%) 2.516%
1961 15,837 7,747 (48.92%) 8,089 (51.08%) 2.516%
1960 15,432 7,554 (48.95%) 7,886 (51.10%) 2.263%
1959 15,060 7,370 (48.94%) 7,691 (51.07%) 2.263%
1958 14,705 7,197 (48.94%) 7,510 (51.07%) 2.263%
1957 14,379 7,038 (48.95%) 7,341 (51.05%) 2.263%
1956 14,069 6,894 (49.00%) 7,178 (51.02%) 2.263%
1955 13,789 6,762 (49.04%) 7,027 (50.96%) 1.517%
1954 13,529 6,636 (49.05%) 6,896 (50.97%) 1.517%
1953 13,299 6,522 (49.04%) 6,775 (50.94%) 1.517%
1952 13,099 6,425 (49.05%) 6,670 (50.92%) 1.517%
1951 12,922 6,346 (49.11%) 6,578 (50.91%) 1.517%
1950 12,781 6,276 (49.10%) 6,498 (50.84%) N/A

Population Forecast in San Marino

Date Total Population Females (%) Males (%) Population Growth Net Migration Fertility Rate Life Expectancy Birth Rate Death Rate
2020 33,931 16,799 (49.51%) 17,139 (50.51%) 0.3970%
2021 34,017 16,833 (49.48%) 17,177 (50.50%) 0.1860%
2022 34,085 16,868 (49.49%) 17,208 (50.49%) 0.1860%
2023 34,142 16,904 (49.51%) 17,249 (50.52%) 0.1860%
2024 34,200 16,931 (49.51%) 17,272 (50.50%) 0.1860%
2025 34,257 16,960 (49.51%) 17,292 (50.48%) 0.1860%
2026 34,296 16,984 (49.52%) 17,314 (50.48%) 0.0910%
2027 34,332 17,008 (49.54%) 17,333 (50.49%) 0.0910%
2028 34,368 17,024 (49.53%) 17,341 (50.46%) 0.0910%
2029 34,382 17,044 (49.57%) 17,351 (50.47%) 0.0910%
2030 34,413 17,054 (49.56%) 17,358 (50.44%) 0.0910%
2031 34,423 17,058 (49.55%) 17,360 (50.43%) 0.0170%
2032 34,434 17,072 (49.58%) 17,365 (50.43%) 0.0170%
2033 34,446 17,079 (49.58%) 17,357 (50.39%) 0.0170%
2034 34,442 17,084 (49.60%) 17,361 (50.41%) 0.0170%
2035 34,436 17,084 (49.61%) 17,349 (50.38%) 0.0170%
2036 34,435 17,086 (49.62%) 17,347 (50.38%) -0.0550%
2037 34,423 17,084 (49.63%) 17,335 (50.36%) -0.0550%
2038 34,399 17,081 (49.66%) 17,314 (50.33%) -0.0550%
2039 34,377 17,078 (49.68%) 17,300 (50.32%) -0.0550%
2040 34,350 17,065 (49.68%) 17,276 (50.29%) -0.0550%
2041 34,304 17,051 (49.71%) 17,249 (50.28%) -0.1540%
2042 34,264 17,041 (49.73%) 17,221 (50.26%) -0.1540%
2043 34,207 17,018 (49.75%) 17,192 (50.26%) -0.1540%
2044 34,147 17,000 (49.78%) 17,154 (50.24%) -0.1540%
2045 34,083 16,970 (49.79%) 17,108 (50.20%) -0.1540%
2046 34,009 16,937 (49.80%) 17,061 (50.17%) -0.2620%
2047 33,924 16,905 (49.83%) 17,020 (50.17%) -0.2620%
2048 33,834 16,862 (49.84%) 16,964 (50.14%) -0.2620%
2049 33,738 16,820 (49.85%) 16,914 (50.13%) -0.2620%
2050 33,640 16,779 (49.88%) 16,856 (50.11%) -0.2620%
2051 33,530 16,728 (49.89%) 16,798 (50.10%) -0.3480%
2052 33,411 16,676 (49.91%) 16,737 (50.09%) -0.3480%
2053 33,298 16,629 (49.94%) 16,674 (50.08%) -0.3480%
2054 33,174 16,568 (49.94%) 16,608 (50.06%) -0.3480%
2055 33,058 16,508 (49.94%) 16,551 (50.07%) -0.3480%
2056 32,934 16,453 (49.96%) 16,486 (50.06%) -0.3760%
2057 32,809 16,388 (49.95%) 16,417 (50.04%) -0.3760%
2058 32,686 16,329 (49.96%) 16,356 (50.04%) -0.3760%
2059 32,563 16,273 (49.97%) 16,295 (50.04%) -0.3760%
2060 32,439 16,214 (49.98%) 16,233 (50.04%) -0.3760%
2061 32,321 16,152 (49.97%) 16,173 (50.04%) -0.3650%
2062 32,202 16,088 (49.96%) 16,112 (50.03%) -0.3650%
2063 32,080 16,028 (49.96%) 16,051 (50.03%) -0.3650%
2064 31,968 15,972 (49.96%) 15,993 (50.03%) -0.3650%
2065 31,854 15,916 (49.97%) 15,936 (50.03%) -0.3650%
2066 31,743 15,855 (49.95%) 15,885 (50.04%) -0.3360%
2067 31,634 15,806 (49.97%) 15,830 (50.04%) -0.3360%
2068 31,529 15,750 (49.95%) 15,776 (50.04%) -0.3360%
2069 31,423 15,695 (49.95%) 15,732 (50.07%) -0.3360%
2070 31,327 15,649 (49.95%) 15,687 (50.08%) -0.3360%
2071 31,228 15,594 (49.94%) 15,631 (50.05%) -0.3010%
2072 31,136 15,543 (49.92%) 15,583 (50.05%) -0.3010%
2073 31,036 15,492 (49.92%) 15,545 (50.09%) -0.3010%
2074 30,940 15,448 (49.93%) 15,497 (50.09%) -0.3010%
2075 30,861 15,406 (49.92%) 15,454 (50.08%) -0.3010%
2076 30,773 15,350 (49.88%) 15,411 (50.08%) -0.2640%
2077 30,689 15,306 (49.87%) 15,382 (50.12%) -0.2640%
2078 30,605 15,271 (49.90%) 15,335 (50.11%) -0.2640%
2079 30,524 15,223 (49.87%) 15,301 (50.13%) -0.2640%
2080 30,451 15,191 (49.89%) 15,270 (50.15%) -0.2640%
2081 30,380 15,147 (49.86%) 15,234 (50.14%) -0.2080%
2082 30,318 15,114 (49.85%) 15,207 (50.16%) -0.2080%
2083 30,254 15,085 (49.86%) 15,170 (50.14%) -0.2080%
2084 30,194 15,046 (49.83%) 15,144 (50.16%) -0.2080%
2085 30,135 15,017 (49.83%) 15,122 (50.18%) -0.2080%
2086 30,086 14,984 (49.80%) 15,099 (50.19%) -0.1560%
2087 30,030 14,960 (49.82%) 15,074 (50.20%) -0.1560%
2088 29,984 14,932 (49.80%) 15,052 (50.20%) -0.1560%
2089 29,944 14,908 (49.79%) 15,035 (50.21%) -0.1560%
2090 29,897 14,883 (49.78%) 15,015 (50.22%) -0.1560%
2091 29,866 14,864 (49.77%) 14,994 (50.20%) -0.1020%
2092 29,829 14,851 (49.79%) 14,986 (50.24%) -0.1020%
2093 29,799 14,828 (49.76%) 14,970 (50.24%) -0.1020%
2094 29,781 14,815 (49.75%) 14,961 (50.24%) -0.1020%
2095 29,751 14,804 (49.76%) 14,947 (50.24%) -0.1020%
2096 29,727 14,789 (49.75%) 14,941 (50.26%) -0.0380%
2097 29,715 14,783 (49.75%) 14,937 (50.27%) -0.0380%
2098 29,704 14,769 (49.72%) 14,931 (50.27%) -0.0380%
2099 29,690 14,773 (49.76%) 14,930 (50.29%) -0.0380%
2100 29,691 14,769 (49.74%) 14,924 (50.26%) -0.0380%

Historical Population Estimates and Forecast Charts in San Marino

Population Growth Rate Charts in San Marino

Terminology

Total population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship. The values shown are midyear estimates.
Annual population growth rate for year t is the exponential rate of growth of midyear population from year t-1 to t, expressed as a percentage .
Fertility rate, total (births per woman): the number of children that would be born to a woman if she were to live to the end of her childbearing years and bear children in accordance with age-specific fertility rates of the specified year.
Net migration is the number of immigrants minus the number of emigrants, including citizens and noncitizens, for 1 year period. It is the net total of migrants during the period, that is, the total number of immigrants less the annual number of emigrants, including both citizens and noncitizens.
Life expectancy at birth indicates the number of years a newborn infant would live if prevailing patterns of mortality at the time of its birth were to stay the same throughout its life. It reflects the overall mortality level of a population, and summarizes the mortality pattern that prevails across all age groups in a given year.
Crude death rate indicates the number of deaths per 1,000 midyear population. It indicates the number of deaths occurring during the year, per 1,000 population estimated at midyear. Subtracting the crude death rate from the crude birth rate provides the rate of natural increase, which is equal to the rate of population change in the absence of migration.
Crude birth rate indicates the number of live births per 1,000 midyear population. It indicates the number of live births occurring during the year, per 1,000 population estimated at midyear. Subtracting the crude death rate from the crude birth rate provides the rate of natural increase, which is equal to the rate of population change in the absence of migration.

Population in all Cities of San Marino

City Population
San Marino 4,500
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