Usually resident population (demography)

Definition: 

Usually resident population – all inhabitants whose permanent place of residence is the respective administrative territory.

The following persons shall be considered to be usual residents of the respective administrative territory: those who have lived in their place of usual residence for at least 12 consecutive months before January 1 of the respective year, as well as those who arrived in their place of usual residence with the intention of staying there for at least one year.

Number of population from 1 January 2001 to 1 January 2011 has been re-calculated according to the results of Population and Housing Census 2011, taking into account non-registered emigration.

Starting with 1 January 2012 the number of population is determined according to new methodology, using logistic regression model. Data from more than 40 different national administrative registers were used in the model.