Washington vs Madagascar (Statistical Comparison)

Published Categorized as UNITED STATES
Washington Size Comparison

Washington is a state located in the Pacific Northwest region of the Western United States of America, whereas Madagascar is an island country in Africa located in the Indian Ocean. Today in this article, we will discuss the comparison between Washington and Madagascar regarding various aspects.


Is Washington bigger than Madagascar?

The total area of Washington is 71,362 sq mi, and the total area of Madagascar is 226,658 sq mi. Washington is smaller than Madagascar by 155,296 sq mi. Washington is around 3.18 times smaller than Madagascar.

Area of Washington State:  71,362 sq mi ( 184,827 km2 )

Area of Washington compared to Madagascar

Area of Madagascar226,658 sq mi ( 587,041 km2 )

Area of Madagascar compared to Washington


According to the United States Census Bureau, the total population of Washington as of 1st July 2021 was estimated to be around 7,738,692.

Population of Washington compared to Madagascar

Based on the World Bank data, the total population of Madagascar as of 2020, was estimated to be around 27,691,019.

Population of Madagascar compared to Washington

Here is some more data comparison between Washington and Madagascar.

The capital city of Washington is Olympia, and the capital city of Madagascar is Antananarivo.

Official Languages

Washington: English
Madagascar: Malagasy, French


Washington: Washingtonian
Madagascar: Malagasy

ISO 3166 Code

Washington: US-WA
Madagascar: MG

Washington Time Zone: 

UTC – 8 (Pacific Standard Time)

Summer (DST):
UTC – 7 (Pacific Daylight Time)

Madagascar Time Zone: 

UTC + 3 (East Africa Time)

Geological Coordinates

Coordinates of Washington:
47° 0′ 0″ N, 120° 0′ 0″ W

Coordinates of Madagascar:
20° 0′ 0″ S, 47° 0′ 0″ E

You may also like to read:

Washington vs Lithuania Comparison

Washington vs Luxembourg Comparison

Washington vs Liberia Comparison

By Aashish Poudel Genuine

Aashish Poudel Genuine is a web developer, writer and currently a student in Cyprus. He has created this site to help people who are willing to come to Cyprus or want to know more about this country.

Leave a comment