Ask us if anyone actually lives here.
Um, the short answer is yes. We have a population of 57,000. Yes, the whole population. The capital city, Nuuk, has about 16,000 people — this is where I grew up. Greenland is small but far from last place when it comes to countries ranked by population.
A few that come after us: the Faroe Islands, Palau, Vatican City, and dead last, the tiny South Pacific post-Bounty-mutiny nation of the Pitcairn Islands (population: 56). A few that come before us: everybody else.