List of Argentine provinces by population

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Map of each province's population as of 2010

The following table is a list of the 23 provinces and the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires of Argentina, ranked in order of their total population based on data from 2013 estimates, 2010 and 2001 census from the National Institute of Statistics and Census of Argentina.[1]

Rank Province/District Population (2013)[2] Population (2010)[3] Population (2001)[4]
1  Buenos Aires 16,289,599 15,625,084 13,827,203
2  Córdoba 3,489,669 3,308,876 3,066,801
3  Santa Fe 3,341,228 3,194,537 3,000,701
4  Federal District 3,044,076 2,890,151 2,776,138
5  Mendoza 1,841,813 1,738,929 1,579,651
6  Tucumán 1,551,460 1,448,188 1,338,523
7  Salta 1,295,944 1,214,441 1,079,051
8  Entre Ríos 1,295,121 1,235,994 1,158,147
9  Misiones 1,159,445 1,101,593 965,522
10  Chaco 1,117,953 1,055,259 984,446
11  Corrientes 1,049,325 992,595 930,991
12  Santiago del Estero 908,268 874,006 804,457
13 Bandera de la Provincia de San Juan.svg San Juan 721,830 681,055 620,023
14  Jujuy 710,121 673,307 611,888
15  Río Negro 678,797 638,645 552,822
16  Neuquén 601,003 551,266 474,155
17  Formosa 568,331 530,162 486,559
18  Chubut 545,656 509,108 413,237
19  San Luis 463,411 432,310 367,933
20  Catamarca 389,256 367,828 334,568
21  La Rioja 357,516 333,642 289,983
22  La Pampa 336,706 318,951 299,294
23  Santa Cruz 302,420 273,964 196,958
24  Tierra del Fuego 143,987 127,205 101,079


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