Number of Resident Population in Latvia

 

 

All residents

Urban areas**

Rural areas**

Males

Females

1897.,9.II*

1929387

584039

1345348

946036

983351

1920*

1596131

403402

1192729

721927

874204

1925*

1844805

633617

1211188

859957

984848

1930*

1900045

693902

1206143

886078

1013967

1935.,12.II

1905936

709321

1196615

890658

1015278

1959.,15.I

2079948

1100018

979930

913511

1166437

1970.,15.I

2351903

1463872

888031

1073060

1278843

1979.,17.I

2502816

1697026

805790

1151463

1351353

1989.,12.I

2666567

1888526

778041

1238806

1427761

2000.,31.III

2377383

1618144

759239

1094964

1282419

 

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*) 1935. According to borders as of February 12, 1935.
**) Residents of urban and rural areas in accordance with the administrative division of the corresponding year.

 

More in database section Population Census.

 

Data on other European countries Eurostat datubase section Census (data code: cens_n2001)

 


Results of the 2000 Population and Housing Census in Latvia

 

In the data collection there are published summary data on the number, sex and age, ethnicity, citizenship, language skills and their usage, education, main source of livelihood, families, number of born children of residents, as well as data characterizing dwellings of residents of the 2000 Population Census in Latvia. The major part of indicators is broken down by city, town, district, region and pagasts. The most important data are given in comparison with the data of previous Population Censuses. Graphs and maps have been used to illustrate the data.

The publication can be purchased at the CSB Information centre.

 

 


2000 Round of Population and Housing Censuses in ESTONIA, LATVIA AND LITHUANIA (PDF) 

This publication has been prepared in co-operation among the Statistical Office of Estonia, Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia and Statistics Lithuania. It includes the most essential data of the latest population and housing censuses carried out within the 2000 round of population and housing censuses according to the Recommendations of the United Nations and Eurostat, the Statistical Office of the European Communities.
Tables, charts and maps show common reality of this region - three newly independent states on the coast of the Baltic Sea. At the same time it reflects individual features of every country, every nation.