Demographic history of the Republic of Macedonia


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This article presents the Demographic history of the Republic of Macedonia through census results. See Demographics of the Republic of Macedonia for a more detailed overview of the current demographics from 2002 census.

Contents

1948 census

1953 census

  • TOTAL = 1,394,514
  • Macedonians = 860,699 (66%)
  • Albanians = 162,524 (12.4%)
  • Turks = 203,928 (15.6%)
  • Roma = 20,462 (1.6%)
  • Serbs = 35,112 (2.7%)
  • Croats = 2,771
  • Montenegrins = 2,526 (0.18%)
  • Muslims = 1,591
  • Others = 56,981 (1.07%)

1961 census

1971 census

1981 census

Ethnic map of the Republic of Macedonia, according to the 1981 census

1991 census

  • TOTAL = 2,033,964
  • Macedonians = 1,328,187 (65.3%)
  • Albanians = 441,987 (21.73%)
  • Turks = 77,080 (3.79%)
  • Roma = 52,103 (2.56%)
  • Aromanians = 7,764 (0.38%)
  • Serbs = 42,755 (2.1%)
  • Muslims = 31,356 (1.54%)
  • Greeks = 474 (0.02%)
  • Bulgarians = 1,370 (0.07%)
  • Others = 50,888 (2.6%)

1994 census

  • TOTAL = 1,936,877
  • Macedonians = 1,288,330 (66.5%)
  • Albanians = 442,914 (22.86%)
  • Turks = 77,252 (4%)
  • Roma = 43,732 (2.25%)
  • Aromanians = 8,467(0.44%)
  • Serbs = 39,620 (2.04%)
  • Others = 34,960 (1.8%)

2002 census

Ethnic groups in the Republic of Macedonia, according to the 2002 census.

See also

References

  • Nasevski, Boško; Angelova, Dora. Gerovska, Dragica (1995). Македонски Иселенички Алманах '95. Skopje: Матица на Иселениците на Македонија.
  • Statistical Yearbook of the Republic of Macedonia 2004 (CD version)
  • 2002 Macedonian Census

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