The global population is estimated to be at 7.8 billion people on New Year's Day, the U.S. Census Bureau reported.
This indicates an increase of 74 million people since New Year's Day, a growth rate of 0.9%, the bureau said, according to a report.
In the coming year, the agency said 4.3 births and two deaths can be anticipated around the globe every second.
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The United States's population rose by roughly 707,000 people in 2021, and the total number of American residents is predicted to sit at 332.4 million come Saturday, according to available data.
This number is indicative of a 0.2% growth rate in the U.S. from last New Year's Day to New Year's Day 2022, according to a report.
In 2022, the U.S. population will increase by one person every 40 seconds, subtracting net migration and deaths, the bureau said.
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A birth will occur every nine seconds, and a death will take place every 11 seconds, the bureau estimated.