By 1950, New York was the most densely populated U.S. city.
By the 1970s, the numbers were reversed: By 1980, the largest U.A.E. city was Washington, D.C., and New York’s number had doubled.
The cities’ numbers also fluctuated wildly: By the early 1980s, Los Angeles and San Francisco were on the cusp of surpassing the number-two and three cities.
The next year, they were both down a few spots.
In 1982, New Yorkers were just getting started.
The next decade saw another dramatic spike in the numbers.
The city’s population was estimated to hit over 9 million by the end of 1991.
It had reached its peak of nearly 9 million in 1983.
By 1994, it was over 10 million.
By 1998, the number had grown to 12 million.
In 1995, the population of the U.K. was 10.2 million, but that was still more than five times New York City’s, according to the UBS Global Data Center.
In 2016, the U.-K.
population was 16.3 million.
The United Kingdom is also the most populated U.-A.e. country in the world.
Its population was over 12.3 billion in 2016, according the United Nations Population Division.
By 2021, the British population was approaching 18.5 billion, a figure that has grown over 40 percent from just a decade ago.
The U.k. is now the world capital of population, overtaking the U