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Population Of Qatar
Qatar’s population is growing at a rapid pace, due in large part to the influx of migrant workers and other foreigners.
The majority of the population is made up of low-income earners, with only a small percentage of Qatari nationals.
Qatari nationals make up around 380,000 of the population.
The population has been growing steadily in recent years and is projected to continue to grow in the future.
The country’s hosting of the World Cup in 2022 is likely to result in a further increase in population.
The country is facing a number of challenges as a result of this population growth.
Despite these challenges, Qatar remains an attractive destination for many people from around the world.
Total population of qatar
Sources include: World Bank
Main Cities by Population in Qatar
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What is the total population of Qatar 2022?
The total population of Qatar in 2022 is estimated to be 2.97 million, making it the 158th most populous country in the world. The vast majority of the population is made up of expatriates, with only 313,000 Qatari citizens. The official religion is Islam.
How many non Qataris live in Qatar?
As of Tuesday, November 1, 2022, the current population of Qatar is 2,994,272. Out of this population, 88% are non-Qataris. This means that there are currently 2,624,638 non-Qataris living in Qatar. The majority of these non-Qataris come from Arab countries (40%), followed by Pakistan (18%), India (18%), Iran (10%), and other countries (14%). These non-Qataris play an important role in the country's economy, with many of them being economically active.