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List of Tunisian governorates by population

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Subject: Sfax Governorate, Kasserine Governorate, Kairouan Governorate, Ariana Governorate, Bizerte Governorate, Gafsa Governorate, Jendouba Governorate, Manouba Governorate, Medenine Governorate, Monastir Governorate
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List of Tunisian governorates by population

This is a table listing of Tunisian Governorates by population estimates of 2007. Tunisia has an estimated population of 10,327,800 as of July 1, 2008 making it the 79th most populated country in the world:

Rank Name Population Density
1 Tunis 990,100 2852
2 Sfax 904,900 116
3 Nabeul 723,800 253
4 Sousse 579,200 209
5 Kairouan 551,900 82
6 Ben Arous 542,700 684
7 Bizerte 536,200 144
8 Monastir 494,900 458
9 Ariana 459,200 905
10 Medenine 443,700 51
11 Kasserine 422,900 51.5
12 Jendouba 420,400 135
13 Sidi Bouzid 403,500 57
14 Mahdia 386,600 129
15 Manouba 352,400 301
16 Gabès 351,500 49
17 Gafsa 329,800 37
18 Beja 303,200 86
19 Kef 257,300 52
20 Siliana 233,300 51
21 Zaghouan 168,100 60
22 Kebili 146,500 7
23 Tataouine 144,200 4
24 Tozeur 100,300 21

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