Population of Republic of Armenia
The Armenians are a nation and ethnic group originating in the Caucasus and in the Armenian Highlands.
Historically, the name Armenian was first used by neighboring countries of ancient Armenia. It is traditionally derived from Armenak or Aram (the great-grandson of Haik's great-grandson, and another leader who is, according to Armenian tradition, the ancestor of all Armenians). However, Armenians call themselves Hay (pronounced Hye; plural: Hayer). The word has traditionally been linked to the name of the legendary founder of the Armenian nation, Haik, which is also a popular Armenian name.
The population of Armenia is about 3.5 million people. However, Armenian Diaspora worldwide, comparatively large in the United States, Argentina, France, the Levant, totals more than 10 million.
Over 95 % of the population of Armenia is ethnic Armenians; the rest of the population is represented by Russians, Yezidis, Kurds, Greeks, and Assyrians.
Infant mortality rate of Armenia Population is about 21.7 per 1000 people, while birth rate varies around 12.3 per 1000 people.