Population

Population

Population of Costa Rica by province and city
Population by Province -
Population by City
Estimated population
Population
Total Population : 5,000,696 in 2014
Population by year / time
5,000,696 - 2014
4,872,166 - 2013
4,805,295 - 2012
4,737,680 - 2011
4,669,685 - 2010
4,601,424 - 2009
4,532,711 - 2008
4,463,226 - 2007
4,392,493 - 2006
4,320,130 - 2005
4,246,336 - 2004
4,171,145 - 2003
4,093,840 - 2002
4,013,488 - 2001
3,929,588 - 2000
3,841,734 - 1999
3,750,585 - 1998
3,658,020 - 1997
3,566,605 - 1996
3,478,197 - 1995
3,393,575 - 1994
3,312,307 - 1993
3,233,568 - 1992
3,155,979 - 1991
3,078,551 - 1990
3,001,196 - 1989
2,924,348 - 1988
2,848,141 - 1987
2,772,823 - 1986
2,698,616 - 1985
2,625,561 - 1984
2,553,714 - 1983
2,483,355 - 1982
2,414,832 - 1981
2,348,427 - 1980
2,284,076 - 1979
2,221,800 - 1978
2,162,047 - 1977
2,105,377 - 1976
2,052,076 - 1975
2,002,358 - 1974
1,955,790 - 1973
1,911,212 - 1972
1,867,044 - 1971
1,822,106 - 1970
1,776,076 - 1969
1,729,135 - 1968
1,681,241 - 1967
1,632,500 - 1966
1,583,078 - 1965
1,532,828 - 1964
1,481,890 - 1963
1,431,088 - 1962
1,381,532 - 1961
1,334,044 - 1960
Total Population : 4,266,190 (2005) - Population Density: 193.6 Inhabitants per square mile (2000)
Distribution Urban Area: 43.65%
Distribution Rural Area 56.34%
Average Household Size: 4.1
Costa Rica Population 2021


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