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DYNAMIC SERIES

Population
 Age composition of population by sex (2007-2017)
Number of resident population (2007-2017)
Number of resident population by sex (2007-2017)
 Average age of population as of January 1, 2013
 Average age of population as of January 1, 2014
 Average age of population as of January 1, 2015
 Average age of population as of January 1, 2016
 Average age of population as of January 1, 2017
 Average age of population as of January 1, 2018
 Life expectancy at birth, by sex
 Number of resident population aged 20-29 by regions as of 1 January 2017
 Number of resident population aged 20-29 by regions as of 1 January 2018
 Number of resident population by sex as of January 1, 2008
 Number of resident population by sex as of January 1, 2009
 Number of resident population by sex as of January 1, 2010
 Number of resident population by sex as of January 1, 2011
 Number of resident population by sex as of January 1, 2012
 Number of resident population by sex as of January 1, 2013
 Number of resident population by sex as of January 1, 2014
 Number of resident population by sex as of January 1, 2015
 Number of resident population by sex as of January 1, 2016
 Number of resident population by sex as of January 1, 2017
 Number of resident population by sex as of January 1, 2018
 Sex ratio by age groups
 Share of urban and rural population in total number of population by regions (2011-2017)
 Women and men ratio by urban and rural regions as January 1, 2013
 Women and men ratio by urban and rural regions as January 1, 2014
 Women and men ratio by urban and rural regions as January 1, 2015
 Women and men ratio by urban and rural regions as January 1, 2016
 Women and men ratio by urban and rural regions as January 1, 2017
 Women and men ratio by urban and rural regions as January 1, 2018
Birth rate
 Natural increase of population
 Mortality
Marriages and divorces
Population migration

 

Population

Section "Population" presents gender-based statistics representing number and age of population, the absolute and relative indices of natural population movement - the number of births and deaths, including causes of death, the number of marriages and divorces, common, private, and standard indices of the intensity of demographic processes, indices of the mechanical movement -migration.

Data on the number of population is based on the current estimation. The current total population has been estimated based on the population census data.

Data on births, deaths, marriages and divorces are based on statistical information from the registries of births, deaths, marriages and divorces maintained by civil status registration agencies.

Registered births refer only to live births.

Age data are specified for the permanent (resident) population. The permanent population consists of those individuals permanently residing in the country, including those who are temporarily on leave.

Several indicators in this Section are broken down by regions, urban and rural areas.

Total ratio of fertility and mortality is the ratio of the number of live births and deaths observed within the calendar year to the average annual number of permanent population (calculated per 1000 of population).

Rate of natural increase of population is the difference between the general ratios of fertility and mortality (birth and death rates).

Life expectancy at birth is the number of years, which on average one person would have to live, on condition that during the lifetime of the generation born in that particular year the mortality rate in each age group would be the same as in the year for which the given index is calculated.

Total fertility rate is the number of children that an average woman would give birth to during her reproductive age (15-49 years), on condition that during fertility period the fertility rate at each age level would be the same as in the year for which the given index is calculated.

Marriage and divorce rates are the ratio of the number of registered marriages and divorces to the average annual resident population (calculated per 1000 of population).

Ratios of causes of deaths are the ratios of the number of deaths with known causes to the average annual resident population (calculated per 100.000 of population of respective sex).
Standardized death rates are those standardized by direct method, i.e. obtained for each class of causes of death as the arithmetic mean of the indices for the five-year age groups, age-weighted according to the unified age structure adopted by European standard of age structure.

Mortality rate of able-bodied population by main cause of death is calculated as a quotient from division of total number of deaths of able-bodied population caused by the specified cause of death per average annual number of population of the same age.

Infant mortality rate is calculated as the overall amount of the following two multiples: (i) the ratio of newborn deaths under 1 year from the generation born in the reported year to the total number of births during the same period; (ii) the ratio of number of deaths under 1 year from the generation born in the preceding reported year to the total number of births during the same period (calculated in pro mil).

Maternity mortality rate is calculated as the ratio of women died of complications of pregnancy, childbirth and during the postpartum period per 100 000 of survivors.

Migration - is the flow of people (migrants) across the borders of the territory (country, regions internally) related to the change domicile (permanent residence). Migration is distinguished as internal (within a country) and external (outside of country). The data on migration obtained from authorities of the state statistics resulted from processing of statistics coming from statistical records of arrival and departure documents issued by the bodies of internal affairs.