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26.9.2014 Population by marital status, detailed data, Slovenia, 1 January 2014 – final data
  Data series on live births published in the SI-STAT Data Portal are completed with data for 2014.
   
26.9.2014 International Day of Older Persons 2014
  In the first half of 2014, 17.5% of Slovenia’s population was aged 65+; most of them were women.
   
26.9.2014 First names and family names, birthdays, Slovenia, 1 January 2014 - final data
  The population of Slovenia has 52,274 different names.
   
12.8.2014 International Youth Day 2014
  17% of Slovenia’s population is young; 9% of young women and more than 5% of young men are already married.
   
30.7.2014 Population, Slovenia, 1 April 2014 – final data
  On 1 April 2014 Slovenia had a population of 2,060,868 or 217 less than three months earlier.
   
30.7.2014 Demographic events, Slovenia, 1st quarter 2014 – provisional data
  In the first quarter of 2014 both natural increase and net migration were negative: –133 and –84, respectively.
   
29.7.2014 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 2013 – final data
  In 2013, 78% of the total increase (2,264 persons) came from natural increase.
   
29.7.2014 Migration changes, Slovenia, 2013 – final data
  In 2013, nearly 7,800 Slovenian citizens emigrated from Slovenia, as did 5,600 foreign citizens.
   
29.7.2014 Acknowledgment and ascertainment of paternity and adoptions of children, Slovenia, 2013 - final data
  In 2013, 75% of acknowledgments of paternity were given before the child was born.
   
9.7.2014 World Population Day 2014
  The global total fertility rate is expected to drop from 5 live births per woman in 1950-1955 to 2.5 live births per woman in 2010-2015 and to 2.2 live births per woman in 2045-2050, which means that population growth will slow down.
   
26.6.2014 Marriages and divorces, Slovenia, 2013 - final data
  In 2013, 6.254 couples were married which is the second lowest number of marriages since the independence of Slovenia.
   
26.6.2014 Deaths, Slovenia, 2013 - final data
  In 2013, 19,334 people died in Slovenia; the most since 2003.
   
26.6.2014 Births, Slovenia, 2013 - final data
  Among 21,111 children born in 2013, the most boys were named Luka and the most girls were named Sara.
   
5.6.2014 Population by settlements, detailed data, Slovenia, 1 January 2014 – final data
  On 1 January 2014 there were 20 settlements with men only, and 12 with women only.
   
16.5.2014 Population, detailed data, Slovenia, 1 January 2014 – final data
  On 1 January 2014 the population in the Zasavska statistical region was on average the oldest and in the Osrednjeslovenska region the youngest.
   
29.4.2014 Population, Slovenia, 1 January 2014 – final data
  On 1 January 2014 Slovenia had a population of 2,061,085 or 0.1% more than one year earlier.
   
29.4.2014 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 4th quarter 2013 – provisional data
  In the 4th quarter of 2013 the most internal migrations were recorded (33,139).
   
7.4.2014 EUROPOP2013 population projections for Slovenia
  In 2080 the population of Slovenia will be 52,000 less than in 2013. About 28% of the population will be aged 65 or over (17% in 2013).
   
21.3.2014 Mother’s Day 2014
  Half of women aged 29 are mothers. At age 25-39 more mothers are employed than unemployed. The lowest share of mothers in this age group had university education.
   
6.3.2014 Socioeconomic characteristics of population, detailed data, Slovenia, 1 January 2013 – final data
  Detailed data on activity status and education of population as of 1 January 2013 are published in the SI-STAT database.
   
6.3.2014 International Women’s Day 2014
  Women in Slovenia are on average older than men, they live longer, they decide to have children later in their lives, they are ever more educated and on average earn less than men.
   
30.1.2014 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 3rd quarter 2013 – provisional data
  In the third quarter of 2013 natural increase and net migration were positive: the former by 1,283 and the latter by 266 persons.
   
30.1.2014 Population, Slovenia, 1 October 2013 – final data
  On 1 October 2013 Slovenia had a population of 2,060,663, which is 1,549 more than three months earlier.
   
20.12.2013 Socioeconomic characteristics of international migrants, Slovenia, 2012 – final data
  In 2012 tertiary educated emigrants from Slovenia outnumbered tertiary educated immigrants to Slovenia.
   
20.12.2013 Socioeconomic characteristics of population, Slovenia, 1 January 2013 – final data
  On 1 January 2013 there were 30% pensioners among population aged 15 or more.
   
12.12.2013 International Migrants Day 2013
  In the past five years international migration has increased Slovenia’s population by 3,000 people with tertiary education.
   
3.12.2013 Population by settlements, detailed data, Slovenia, 1 July 2013 – final data
  On 1 July 2013, Slovenia had a population of 2,059,114. They lived in 5,971 settlements, while 61 settlements were unpopulated.
   
18.11.2013 Population, detailed data, Slovenia, 1 July 2013 – final data
  On 1 July 2013 more than a half of all Slovenian municipalities had fewer than 5,000 residents.
   
29.10.2013 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 2nd quarter 2013 - provisional data
  In the first half of 2013, 592 (5.5%) fewer children were born than in the first half of 2012.
   
29.10.2013 Population, Slovenia, 1 July 2013 – final data
  On 1 July 2013 Slovenia had a population of 2,059,114, which is 657 more than three months earlier.
   
29.10.2013 Deaths, detailed data, Slovenia, 2012 - final data
  Data series on deaths published in the SI-STAT database are completed with data for 2012.
   
28.10.2013 Births, detailed data, Slovenia, 2012 - final data
  Data series on live births published in the SI-STAT Data Portal are completed with data for 2012.
   
10.10.2013 Marriages and divorces, detailed data, Slovenia, 2012 - final data
  Data series on marriages and divorces published in the SI-STAT database are completed with data for 2012.
   
3.10.2013 Migration changes, detailed data, Slovenia, 2012 – final data
  Data on migration changes in 2012, published in the First Release of 30 July 2013, were supplemented by more detailed data. We are publishing them in the SI-STAT database.
   
26.9.2013 International Day of Older Persons 2013
  At the end of 2012, 17.1% of the Slovenia’s population was over 64 years old; one in three older people lived alone and were at risk of poverty. There were around 1,600 older persons in employment.
   
20.9.2013 First names and family names, birthdays, Slovenia, 1 January 2013 - final data
  Among the 51,000 different names of the population of Slovenia the most common ones are Marija and Franc. The most common family name is Novak.
   
10.9.2013 Population by marital status, detailed data, Slovenia, 1 January 2013 – final data
  On 1 January 2013, out of every 100 residents of Slovenia, aged 15 or more, 39 were single, 46 married, 8 widowed and 7 were divorced.
   
8.8.2013 International Youth Day 2013
  17.5% of Slovenia’s population is young; 10% of young women and 5% of young men are already married, two thirds of young people have normal weight and the most common cause of death for young people is external.
   
30.7.2013 Migration changes, Slovenia, 2012 – final data
  In 2012 emigration of Slovenian citizens was the highest in independent Slovenia.
   
30.7.2013 Population, Slovenia, 1 April 2013 – final data
  On 1 April 2013 Slovenia had a population of 2,058,457, which is 364 less than three months earlier.
   
30.7.2013 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 1st quarter 2013 – provisional data
  In the first quarter of 2013 natural increase was negative and net migration was positive, the former by –497 persons and the latter by 133 persons.
   
30.7.2013 Acknowledgment and ascertainment of paternity and adoptions of children, Slovenia, 2012 – final data
  In 2012, 12,108 acknowledgements of paternity and 70 adoptions (half from abroad) were registered in Slovenia.
   
9.7.2013 World Population Day 2013
  Every minute 255 children are born and 107 people die in the world. In 2013, the world population is expected to grow by about 78 million.
   
27.6.2013 Deaths, Slovenia, 2012 - final data
  In 2012, 19,257 people died in Slovenia: 9,412 men and 9,845 women. 36 infants died before reaching one year of age.
   
27.6.2013 People, Families, Dwellings
  People, Families, Dwellings is a new publication which presents the main findings of the 2011 Register-based Census.
   
27.6.2013 Marriages and divorces, Slovenia, 2012 – final data
  For the first time after 2002 more than 7,000 couples were married in 2012. The number of divorces was slightly higher than a year before.
   
27.6.2013 Live births, Slovenia, 2012 - final data
  In 2012, 21,938 children were born, 9 fewer than a year before.
   
26.6.2013 The EU is only halfway towards gender equality
  According to the gender equality index, Slovenia is slightly above the European average. Women and men are the most equal in Sweden.
   
20.6.2013 Socioeconomic characteristics of population, detailed data, Slovenia, 1 January 2012 – final data
  Detailed data on activity status and education of population as of 1 January 2012 are published in the SI-STAT database.
   
13.6.2013 Fathers’ Day 2013
  According to the register-based population census, on 1 January 2011 76% of fathers lived in families with a wife and children, 16% with a partner and children, and 8% alone with children (without a wife or a partner).
   
4.6.2013 Population by settlements, detailed data, Slovenia, 1 January 2013 – final data
  On 1 January 2013, Slovenia had a population of 2,058,821. They lived in 5,973 settlements, while 59 settlements were unpopulated.
   
16.5.2013 Population, detailed data, Slovenia, 1 January 2013 – final data
  On 1 January 2013 the population in the Zasavska statistical region was on average the oldest and in the Osrednjeslovenska region the youngest.
   
10.5.2013 International Day of Families 2013
  At the start of 2011 there were 567,347 families in Slovenia and 81% of the population lived in them. Each family had on average almost 3 members. There were around 180,000 families with children younger than 18 years. Financial problems are the greatest for single-parent families.
   
29.4.2013 Population, Slovenia, 1 January 2013 – final data
  On 1 January 2013 Slovenia had a population of 2,058,821 or 0.2% more than one year earlier.
   
29.4.2013 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 4th quarter 2012 – provisional data
  In the 4th quarter of 2012 natural increase and net migration were positive, the former by 580 persons and the latter by 118 persons.
   
8.4.2013 Socioeconomic characteristics of population, Slovenia, 1 January 2012 – final data
  On 1 January 2012, 30% of Slovenia’s population aged 15 or more was retired.
   
8.4.2013 Socio-economic Characteristics of International Migrants, detailed data, Slovenia, 2011 - final data
  In 2011 net migration of Slovenia’s population with higher education was positive.
   
21.3.2013 Mother’s Day 2013
  There are just over 663,000 mothers in Slovenia. On average each gave birth to two children. 80% of mothers living in families with at least one child younger than 15 years are employed.
   
6.3.2013 International Women’s Day 2013
  In December 2012 about 26% of directors-general and board members in medium-sized and large enterprises were women.
   
30.1.2013 Population, Slovenia, 1 October 2012 - final data
  On 1 October 2012 Slovenia had a population of 2,058,123, which means that the population increased by 0.1% in the third quarter of 2012.
   
30.1.2013 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 3rd quarter 2012 - provisional data
  According to provisional data, in the third quarter of 2012 natural increase and net migration were positive, the former by 1,432 persons and the latter by 429 persons.
   
21.12.2012 Socio-economic Characteristics of International Migrants, detailed data, Slovenia, 2011 - final data
  In 2011, most of the foreign nationals immigrated to Slovenia to find employment. Most of the emigrated employed Slovene citizens were professionals.
   
14.12.2012 International Migrants Day 2012
  Almost 417,000 residents of Slovenia (every fifth) are first, second or third generation immigrants. More than half of immigrants are first generation immigrants, i.e. people whose first residence was outside Slovenia.
   
3.12.2012 Population by settlements, detailed data, Slovenia, 1 July 2012 - final data
  On 1 July 2012, 2,056,262 population of Slovenia lived in 5,972 settlements, while 60 settlements were unpopulated. Nearly half of all settlements had fewer than 100 residents each.
   
29.11.2012 Deaths, detailed data, Slovenia, 2011
  Data on deaths in 2011, published in the First Release of 28 June 2012, were completed with more detailed data. We are publishing them in the SI-STAT database.
   
20.11.2012 Migration changes, detailed data, Slovenia, 2011 - final data
  Data on migration changes in 2011, published in the First Release of 30 July 2012, were supplemented by more detailed data. We are publishing them in the SI-STAT database.
   
16.11.2012 Population, detailed data, Slovenia, 1 July 2012 - final data
  In the first half of this year the number of population increased in most municipalities, the most in municipality Škofljica.
   
6.11.2012 Natural and migration changes of population by municipalities and regions, detailed data, Slovenia, 2011 - final data
  Data series on migration changes of population and total increase (since 1995) is completed with data for 2011.
   
29.10.2012 Population, Slovenia, 1 July 2012 - final data
  On 1 July 2012 Slovenia had a population of 2,056,262, i.e. 735 more than on 1 April 2012. At half-year foreign citizens represented 4.3% of Slovenia's population.
   
29.10.2012 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 2nd quarter 2012 – provisional data
  According to provisional data, in the second quarter of 2012 natural increase was positive; after more than a year and a half net migration was negative.
   
26.10.2012 Births, detailed data, Slovenia, 2011 - final data
  Data series on live births published in the SI-STAT database are completed with data for 2011.
   
18.10.2012 Migration, detailed data, Slovenia, 1 January 2011 - final data
  Detailed data on migration characteristics of population are published in the SI-STAT database.
   
28.9.2012 European Year for Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations 2012
  In 2011, 24% of people in Slovenia aged 50-69 participated in education, most of them attended computer courses (17%) and foreign language courses (11%). At least one public performance was attended by 44% of people of that age and more than 50% participated in various social activities.
   
28.9.2012 Children’s Week 2012
  Children represent 17% of Slovenia’s population. Three quarters of them live with both parents. Every 16th boy is named Luka or Jan and every 18th girl is named Sara or Nika.
   
26.9.2012 Population by marital status, detailed data, Slovenia, 1 January 2012 – final data
  On 1 January 2012, out of every 100 residents of Slovenia, aged 15 or more, 39 were single, 46 married, 8 widowed and 7 were divorced.
   
25.9.2012 First names and family names, birthdays, Slovenia, 1 January 2012 - final data
  People in Slovenia have more than 50,000 different first names and more than 100,000 different family names. Most of the population celebrates birthday on 1 January.
   
7.9.2012 World Suicide Prevention Day 2012
  Every year about a million people in the world commit suicide. In 2011, 436 people in Slovenia took their own lives. They were on average 57 years old.
   
4.9.2012 Marriages and divorces, detailed data, Slovenia, 2011 - final data
  Data series on marriages and divorces published in the SI-STAT database are completed with data for 2011.
   
29.8.2012 Acknowledgment and ascertainment of paternity and adoptions of children, Slovenia, 2011 - final data
  In 2011, 12,421 acknowledgements of paternity and 54 adoptions were registered in Slovenia.
   
9.8.2012 International Youth Day 2012
  95% of young people aged 15-19 are in education and 46% of young people aged 20-24 are in employment; at that age around 75% of young people live with at least one parent. Three quarters of young people aged 25-29 are in employment and still more than 50% of them live with their parents.
   
30.7.2012 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 1st quarter 2012 – provisional data
  According to provisional data, in the first quarter of 2012 after three years negative natural increase was recorded  (–345). Also total increase was negative, by 126 people.
   
30.7.2012 Population, Slovenia, 1 April 2012 - final data
  On 1 April 2012 Slovenia had a population of 2,055,527, which is 31 more than three months before.
   
30.7.2012 Migration changes, Slovenia, 2011 – final data
  After the negative net migration in 2010, in 2011 the number of immigrants was higher than the number of emigrants.
   
9.7.2012 World Population Day 2012
  Each year around 130 million children are born worldwide, which means that on average a woman of childbearing age gives birth to 2.6 children. In Slovenia around 22,000 children were born in 2011, which means that in Slovenia on average a woman of childbearing age gives birth to 1.56 children
   
28.6.2012 Marriages and divorces, Slovenia, 2011 - final data
  In 2011, 6,671 couples were married and 2,298 couples were divorced in Slovenia.
   
28.6.2012 Deaths, Slovenia, 2011 – final data
  In 2011, 18,699 people died in Slovenia; 9,235 men and 9,464 women. 64 infants died before reaching one year of age.
   
28.6.2012 Live births, Slovenia, 2011 - final data
  In 2011, 21,947 children were born alive. For the first time after 2003 fewer children were born than a year before.
   
20.6.2012 Activity, detailed data, Slovenia, 1 January 2011 - final data
  Data of the register-based census 2011 on activity status that have already been published in the SI-STAT database are completed with detailed data on employed persons.
   
20.6.2012 Households and families, Slovenia, 1 January 2011 – final data
  Detailed data on households and families are published in the SI-STAT database.
   
15.6.2012 Father's Day 2012
  In 2010, fathers in Slovenia were on average 3 years older than mothers. Three quarters of fathers were present at childbirth and more than 80% of fathers took up to 15 days of paternity leave.
   
5.6.2012 Population by settlements, detailed data, Slovenia, 1 January 2012 - final data
  On 1 January 2012 there were 6,031 settlements in Slovenia; 60 of them were unpopulated, while a third of Slovenia’s population lived in one of the 16 settlements with 10,000 or more inhabitants.
   
16.5.2012 Population, detailed data, Slovenia, 1 January 2012 - final data
  The population of municipality Hodoš/Hodos increased by a fifth in 2011, which is the largest increase among Slovenian municipalities.
   
11.5.2012 International Day of Families 2012
  More than half of Slovenia’s population lives in families of parents (one or both) and children. In every 25th two-parent family not all children are common biological children of both parents.
   
30.4.2012 Population, Slovenia, 1 January 2012 - final data
  On the first day of the year Slovenia had a population of 2,055,496, which is 0.3% more than one year earlier.
   
30.4.2012 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 4th quarter 2011 - provisional data
  According to provisional data, in the last quarter of 2011 natural increase and positive net migration were recorded.
   
29.3.2012 Population projections for Slovenia, 2010-2060 - final data
  According to Eurostat’s EUROPOP2010 population projections, Slovenia will have a population of nearly 2,058,000 in 2060, with just under a third of the population aged 65 or more.
   
22.3.2012 Mother’s Day 2012
  There are just over 663,000 mothers in Slovenia, half of them older than 53, many of them already grandmothers, and only 5% younger than 30.
   
6.3.2012 International Women’s Day 2012
  Women in Slovenia live longer than men, are better educated than men, but earn less than men and are less represented in the highest positions in the economy and in scientific and academic institutions.
   
21.2.2012 Activity, detailed data, Slovenia, 1 January 2011 - final data
  Detailed data on activity status of population are published in the SI-STAT database.
   
31.1.2012 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 3rd quarter 2011 - provisional data
  According to provisional data, in the third quarter of 2011 natural increase and positive net migration were recorded. After two quarters of decline, the number of people who immigrated to Slovenia increased again.
   
31.1.2012 Population, Slovenia, 1 October 2011 - final data
  On 1 October 2011 Slovenia had a population of 2,054,741. In the third quarter of 2011 the population increased by 0.1%.
   
30.12.2011 Migration, Slovenia, 1 January 2011 – final data
  Every ninth resident of Slovenia is an immigrant. Two thirds of foreign-born population are citizens of the Republic of Slovenia.
   
29.12.2011 Educational attainment, Slovenia, 1 January 2011 - final data
  Every sixth resident aged 15 or more has tertiary education. The number of women with higher education is one third higher than the number of men with the same level of education.
   
28.12.2011 Activity, Slovenia, 1 January 2011 – final data
  For each employed person in Slovenia there are 1.45 persons who are unemployed, inactive or younger than 15 years of age. Every third woman aged 15 or more is a pension recipient.
   
15.12.2011 International Migrants Day 2011
  At the beginning of 2010 15.1% of persons in employment in Slovenia were foreign-born.
   
30.11.2011 International Day of Persons with Disabilities 2011
  In September 2011 the registered unemployment rate for persons with disabilities in Slovenia was around 35%. In 2010, disabled people in full-time employment were receiving on average 75% of the average gross earnings.
   
29.11.2011 Deaths, detailed data, Slovenia, 2010
  Data series on deaths, published in the SI-STAT database are completed with data for 2010.
   
22.11.2011 Population by settlements, detailed data, Slovenia, 1 July 2011 - final data
  In mid-2011 nearly a quarter of the 6,031 settlements in Slovenia had between 100 and 199 residents, with less than a tenth of Slovenia’s population living there.
   
17.11.2011 Socio-economic Characteristics of Population (1 January 2010) and of International Migrants (2010), detailed data, Slovenia - final data
  In 2010, compared to the previous year, the number of foreign citizens who immigrated to Slovenia due to employment as well as the number of foreign citizens who immigrated to the country for some other reason declined.
   
17.11.2011 Universal Children’s Day 2011
  On 1 January 2011, 17.1% of Slovenia’s population was underage. 75% of preschool children were attending kindergartens, 99.3% of elementary school children successfully finish the nine-year basic education and 94% of 15-17-year-olds are enrolled in upper secondary education.
   
15.11.2011 Population, detailed data, Slovenia , 1st July 2010 - final data
  On 1 July 2011 Slovenia’s largest municipality, Ljubljana, had a population 875 times the size of that in the smallest municipality, Hodoš/Hodos.
   
28.10.2011 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 2nd quarter 2011 - provisional data
  According to provisional data, in the second quarter of 2011 natural increase and positive net migration were recorded. For the second consecutive quarter in 2011 internal migration was up and international migration was down over the same period of 2010.
   
28.10.2011 Population, Slovenia, 1 July 2011 - final data
  In mid-2011 Slovenia had a population of 2,052,496. In the second quarter of this year the population increased by 0.1%.
   
28.10.2011 7 billion people in the world
  According to United Nations estimates, on 31 October 2011 the world population will reach 7 billion.
   
26.10.2011 Births, detailed data, Slovenia, 2010 - final data
  Data series on live births published in the SI-STAT database are completed with data for 2010.
   
3.10.2011 Migration changes, detailed data, Slovenia, 2010 - final data
  Data on migration changes in 2010, published in the First Release of 25 July 2011, were supplemented by more detailed data. We are publishing them in the SI-STAT database.
   
3.10.2011 Data on marriages and divorces, detailed data, Slovenia, 2010 - final data
  Data series on marriages and divorces published in the SI-STAT database are completed with data for 2010.
   
29.9.2011 International Day of Older Persons
  At the end of 2010, 16.5% of the population of Slovenia were 65 or more years old and 27.7% of them were living alone. Compared to the previous year, the number of retired persons went up by 4.1%. The period of receiving pensions is getting longer.
   
8.9.2011 World Suicide Prevention Day 2011
  In 2010, 416 people in Slovenia committed suicide, i.e. 30% less than in 2000. However, this is still more than one suicide every day.
   
30.8.2011 First names and family names, Birthdays, Slovenia, 1. 1. 2011 - final data
  Among the 49,107 different names of the population of Slovenia the most common ones are Marija and Franc. The most common family name is Novak.
   
26.8.2011 Natural and migration changes of population by manicipalities and regions, detailed data, Slovenia, 2010 - final data
  Data series on natural and migration changes of population and total increase (since 1995) is completed with data for 2010.
   
10.8.2011 International Youth Day 2011
  In Slovenia, almost all 15-year-olds are attending school, 96% of 18-year-olds are living with at least one parent, about 16% of 24-year-old women have already given birth to at least one child and about a third of 29-year-olds are living with a spouse or a partner.
   
29.7.2011 Population, Slovenia, 1 April 2011 - final data
  On 1 April 2011 Slovenia had a population of 2,051,277, which is 1,088 more than three months before.
   
29.7.2011 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 1st quarter 2011 – provisional data
  According to provisional data, in the first quarter of 2011 net migration and natural increase were positive (998 and 90 persons, respectively). Quarterly net migration of citizens of Slovenia was positive for the first time since the beginning of 2008.
   
27.7.2011 Acknowledgment of paternity, Slovenia, 2010 - final data
  In 2010, 12,265 acknowledgements of paternity were registered in Slovenia. 64% of children were acknowledged by their fathers before they were born.
   
25.7.2011 Migration changes, Slovenia, 2010 – final data
  After the accession to the EU, Slovenia annually recorded significantly more immigrants to the country than emigrants from it. However, in 2010 this trend changed as 521 people more emigrated from Slovenia than immigrated to it.
   
7.7.2011 World Population Day 2011
  According to United Nations forecasts, this year the world population will exceed 7 billion. By 2100 the population is expected to grow by another three billion. According to American demographer Carl Haub, so far 108 billion people have lived on planet Earth.
   
30.6.2011 Population by marital status, detailed data, Slovenia, 1 January 2011 – final data
  On 1 January 2011, out of every 100 residents of Slovenia, aged 15 or more, 39 were single, 47 married, 8 widowed and 6 were divorced.
   
30.6.2011 Households and families, Slovenia, 1 January 2011 – final data
  On 1 Jan. 2011 in Slovenia every third household was a one-person household; every fourth family was a lone parent family, as was revealed by the data on households and families that have now been for the first time obtained from the administrative sources.
   
30.6.2011 Fertility, Slovenia, 1 January 2011 - final data
  In Slovenia 663,127 women experienced motherhood; the majority of them gave birth to two children.
   
28.6.2011 Deaths, Slovenia, 2010 - final data
  In 2010, 18,609 people died in Slovenia; 9,292 men and 9,317 women. Men who died were on average 8.6 years younger than women.
   
28.6.2011 Live births, Slovenia, 2010 - final data
  In 2010, the highest number of births after 1990 was recorded – 22,343 children were born alive.
   
22.6.2011 Marriages and divorces, Slovenia, 2010
  In 2010, 6,528 couples got married and 2,430 couples got divorced in Slovenia.
   
17.6.2011 Population projections for Slovenia, 2010-2060 - final data
  According to Eurostat’s EUROPOP2010 population projections, Slovenia will have a population of nearly 2,058,000 in 2060, with just under a third of the population aged 65 or more.
   
15.6.2011 Father’s Day
  In Slovenia fathers are ever more active in taking care of and educating their children, using paternity leave and being present at childbirth. They also acknowledge paternity more frequently, since Slovenia has the lowest share of marriages in the EU.
   
13.5.2011 Population, detailed data, Slovenia, 1 January 2011 - final data
  The mean age of the population of Slovenia on 1 January 2011 was 41.7 years. The share of children (0-14 years) was 14.2%, and the share of people aged 65 or more was 16.5%.
   
29.4.2011 Population, Slovenia, 1 January 2011 - final data
  On the first day of this year Slovenia had a population of 2,050,189. That is 0.2% more than a year before.
   
29.4.2011 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 4th quarter 2010 - provisional data
  According to provisional data, in the last quarter of 2010 natural increase was 718 and net migration was 520. For the second consecutive year the natural increase was positive in all quarters.
   
23.3.2011 Mother’s Day 2011
  In Slovenia the number of live births has been increasing since 2004; in 2009 it was higher than when Slovenia won independence in 1991. The lowest number of live births after World War II was recorded in 2003; however, after 2004 the number started to rise.
   
3.3.2011 International Women’s Day 2011
  On average, women in Slovenia live much longer than men, give birth at an increasingly later age, are more and more educated, and are less paid than men.
   
3.2.2011 The Elderly in Slovenia
  On 29 September 2010, the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia issued a new brochure (in the Slovenian language) from the field of demography statistics entitled The Elderly in Slovenia. The publication is now available in its English version.
   
31.1.2011 Population, Slovenia, 1 October 2010 - final data
  On 1 October 2010 Slovenia had a population of 2,048,951, which is 310 less than three months previously.
   
31.1.2011 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 3rd quarter 2010 – provisional data
  According to provisional data, in the third quarter of 2010, net migration was negative again after three and a half years. Therefore, although the natural increase was rather high, the total increase was negative.
   
30.12.2010 Register-based census 2011 - new achievement of Slovenian statistics
  In 2011, the Census of Population, Households and Dwellings, the largest statistical survey, will be for the first time performed as a register-based survey. The biggest advantages are no burden of people providing the data and lower costs.
   
22.12.2010 Socio-economic Characteristics of Population (1 January 2009) and of International Migrants (2009), detailed data, Slovenia - final data
  At the beginning of 2009, 2,032,362 people lived in Slovenia. 12% of them were foreign born.
   
14.12.2010 International Migrants Day 2010
  According to United Nations estimates, migration is increasing. In 2010 every tenth person in Europe was not living in the country of birth, while in Slovenia every eighth person is an immigrant.
   
3.12.2010 Population by settlements, detailed data, 1 July 2010 - final data
  In the first half of 2010 the number of population decreased in one third of all settlements and stayed the same in a quarter. The newly-established settlement Kerinov Grm in municipality Krško had a population of three.
   
16.11.2010 Life expectancy by educational attainment
  Life expectancy increases with higher education, which is more pronounced among men than women.
   
15.11.2010 Population, detailed data, Slovenia, 1 July 2010 - final data
  On 1 July 2010 Slovenia had a population of 2,049,261, which is 0.1% more than six months earlier.
   
5.11.2010 Register-based census 2011
  The 2011 Census of Population, Households and Dwellings will be the first census conducted by the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia without fieldwork data collection, but by integrating data from many administrative and statistical sources.
   
5.11.2010 Names in Figures
  New publication from the Brochures collection presents in charts and short comments names of Slovene population on the first day of 2010.
   
29.10.2010 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 2nd quarter 2010 – provisional data
  According to provisional data, in the second quarter of 2010, compared to the first quarter, the value of total increase was reduced by half, but remained positive. Its value was 773 people.
   
29.10.2010 Population, Slovenia, 1 July 2010 - final data
  In the second quarter of 2010 the population of Slovenia increased by 773. For the first time since we have been preparing population data by the changed methodology, the number of foreign citizens decreased.
   
25.10.2010 Births and deaths, detailed data, Slovenia, 2009
  Data series on live births and deaths, published in the SI-STAT database are completed with data for 2009.
   
19.10.2010 Migration changes, detailed data, Slovenia, 2009 - final data
  Data on migration changes in 2009, published in the First Release of 30 August 2010, were supplemented by more detailed data. We are publishing them in the SI-STAT database.
   
12.10.2010 Data on marriages and divorces, detailed data, Slovenia, 2009 - final data
  Data series on marriages and divorces published in the SI-STAT database are completed with data for 2009.
   
8.10.2010 The Demographic Portrait of Slovenia, 2008
  Our new publication from the Brochures collection presents in short comments and charts data on numerous demographic events that have a large impact on our everyday lives – births, deaths, marriages, divorces, migration.
   
30.9.2010 International Day of Older Persons 2010
  The number and share of older people are increasing in all countries. The age group of the oldest people (aged 80+) is growing fastest, by 3.8% per year, representing more than a tenth (11%) of older people in the world.
   
29.9.2010 The Elderly in Slovenia
  The Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia issued a new brochure from the field of demography statistics entitled The Elderly in Slovenia. The published data are mostly presented in charts and with short comments.
   
28.9.2010 Acknowledgment of paternity, Slovenia, 2009
  In 2009, 11,709 acknowledgements of paternity occurred in Slovenia. 59.2% of children were acknowledged by their fathers before they were born.
   
10.9.2010 Natural and migration changes of population by municipalities and regions, detailed data, Slovenia, 2009 - final data
  Data series on natural and migration changes of population and total increase (since 1995) is completed with data for 2009.
   
8.9.2010 World Suicide Prevention Day 2010
  Every year about a million people in the world commit suicide, i.e. every 40 seconds a person takes his/her life. In 2009, 448 people in Slovenia committed suicide, on average one in 20 hours, which ranks Slovenia 4th among EU-27 Member States.
   
30.8.2010 First names and family names, birthdays, Slovenia, 1 January 2010 - final data
  Half of the Slovene population has one of the top 50 names. Two thirds of names appear only once.
   
30.8.2010 Migration changes, Slovenia, 2009 - final data
  In 2009, 30,296 people immigrated to Slovenia and 18,788 emigrated from it. Net migration was 11,508 persons, which is 38% less than a year before.
   
10.8.2010 International Youth Day 2010
  According to UN estimates, every fifth person in the world is young: almost 85% of young people live in developing countries (of whom 60% in Asia), 10% in Europe. However, the share of young people is decreasing.
   
30.7.2010 Population, Slovenia, 1 April 2010 - final data
  On 1 April 2010 Slovenia had a population of 2,048,488. In the first quarter of 2010 Slovenia’s population increased by 0.1%.
   
30.7.2010 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 1st quarter 2010 - provisional data
  In the first quarter of 2010 total increase was 1,512 persons. 40% of its value was on account of natural increase and 60% on account of net migration.
   
9.7.2010 World Population Day 2010
  World population is drawing close to 7 billion. Slovenia contributes only 0.4% of the total EU-27 population.
   
30.6.2010 Live births, Slovenia, 2009 - final data
  In 2009, the highest number of births after 1991 was recorded – 21,856 children were born alive; i.e. 39 more than a year before.
   
30.6.2010 Deaths, Slovenia, 2009 – final data
  In 2009, 18,750 deaths were recorded in Slovenia or 2.4% more than in 2008. Among them there were 52 deaths of infants under one year of age.
   
29.6.2010 Marriages and divorces, Slovenia, 2009
  In 2009, 6,542 marriages (2.4% less than in 2008) and 2,297 divorces (2.3% more than in 2008) took place in Slovenia.
   
16.6.2010 Population, Slovenia, 1 January 2010 - final data
  On 1 January 2010 Slovenia had a population of 2,046,976, which is 0.2% more than in mid-2009.
   
15.6.2010 Fathers Day 2010
  The share of fathers who are present at the birth of their children is increasing. Fathers are also more and more involved in taking care of the children. Families of single fathers with children are still rare in Slovenia.
   
19.5.2010 Population by settlements, detailed data, Slovenia, 1 January 2010 - final data
  At the beginning of 2010 the population of Slovenia lived in 5,970 settlements, while 59 settlements were unpopulated, which is two less than six months previously.
   
13.5.2010 Population, detailed data, Slovenia, 1 January 2010 - final data
  Detailed data on the population by different age groups and sex are published in the SI-STAT database. The data series is completed with data as of 1 January 2010.
   
30.4.2010 Population, Slovenia, 1 January 2010
  On the first day of 2010 Slovenia had a population of 2,046,976, which is 0.7% more than one year earlier.
   
30.4.2010 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 4th quarter 2009 – provisional data
  In the fourth quarter of 2009 natural increase remained positive and according to provisional data represented 44% of total increase. The value of total increase in the observed quarter was 1,075 persons.
   
23.3.2010 Mother’s Day 2010
  In Slovenia more and more women experience motherhood: about a century ago some 20% of women did not have children, while today the share is around 7%. Among girls born in independent Slovenia – who are now teenagers – only 61 are mothers.
   
5.3.2010 International Women's Day 2010
  In terms of the gender empowerment measure, Slovenia is 15th among EU-27 Member States and 34th in the world. Every fifth woman in Slovenia has tertiary education, but female earnings are on average still around EUR 110 lower than male earnings.
   
19.2.2010 Women managers in Slovenia
  As regards the gender empowerment measure, Slovenia is 34th in the world with 10% representation of women in politics.
   
11.2.2010 Population, Slovenia, 2008 - REVISED DATA
  We are publishing data on population for the entire year 2008; the data were revised in accordance with the changed statistical definition of population. Revised data are official.
   
29.1.2010 Population, Slovenia, 30 September 2009
  In the third quarter of 2009 the population of Slovenia grew by 3,566 or by 0.2%.
   
29.1.2010 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 3rd quarter 2009 – PROVISIONAL DATA
  In the third quarter of 2009 natural increase represented 40% of total increase. Natural increase was positive for the tenth consecutive quarter, while the value of net migration was the lowest after the fourth quarter of 2007.
   
30.12.2009 Birthdays of people in Slovenia
  January 1 is not only the start of a new year; it is also the birthday of the greatest number (more than 7,800) of people in Slovenia.
   
29.12.2009 Socio-economic Characteristics of Population (31 December 2007) and of International Migrants (2008), detailed data, Slovenia
  On 31 December 2007 there were 2,010,269 people living in Slovenia, 11.2% of whom were born outside the country.
   
22.12.2009 Eurostat's Population Projections for Slovenia by sex, EUROPOP2008 and cohesion regions 2008-2030, convergence scenario
  At the end of November 2009 Eurostat prepared and published for EU Member States and for Norway and Switzerland population projections (by sex) at regional level (cohesion regions) for the 2008–2030 period, convergence scenario.
   
22.12.2009 Migration changes, detailed data, Slovenia, 2008
  Data series on migration changes published in the SI-STAT database are completed with data for 2008.
   
16.12.2009 International Migrants Day 2009
  In the past 50 years as a rule every year more people immigrated to Slovenia than emigrated from it. In mid-2009 every eighth person in Slovenia was born abroad.
   
14.12.2009 Data on births and deaths, detailed data, Slovenia, 2008
  Data series on births and deaths published in the SI-STAT database are completed with data for 2008.
   
14.12.2009 Population, Slovenia, 30 June 2009
  Detailed data on population of Slovenia with commentary as of 30 June 2009 are published in the Rapid Reports.
   
26.11.2009 Data on marriages and divorces, detailed data, Slovenia, 2008
  Data series on marriages and divorces published in the SI-STAT database are completed with data for 2008.
   
18.11.2009 Population by settlements, detailed data, Slovenia, 30 June 2009
  In mid-2009 there were 6,028 settlements in Slovenia. Every fifteenth resident of Slovenia lived in a settlement with a population of less than 100.
   
16.11.2009 Population, detailed data, Slovenia, 30 June 2009
  Detailed data on the population by different age groups and sex are published in the SI-STAT database. The data series is completed with data as of 30 June 2009.
   
13.11.2009 International Students Day 2009
  In 2008, 17,221 students graduated from vocational colleges and higher education institutions, two thirds of them women. In the academic year 2008/09, there were 114,391 students in Slovenia, almost half of people aged 19-24.
   
12.11.2009 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 2nd quarter 2009 – provisional data
  The second quarter of 2009 was the ninth consecutive quarter in which natural increase was recorded. Compared to the second quarter of 2008 net migration was halved.
   
9.11.2009 Young people in Slovenia
  A new brochure entitled Young People in Slovenia was published, bringing data on young people in Slovenia, mostly in charts and short comments.
   
30.10.2009 Population, Slovenia, 30 June 2009
  In the second quarter of 2009 the population of Slovenia increased by 0.2% and reached 2,042,335
   
21.10.2009 Selected demographic data and indicators by cohesion and statistical regions, Slovenia, data series 1995 - 2008
  In the SI-STAT database data series and indicators series on natural and migration changes by cohesion and statistical regions are published.
   
14.10.2009 Natural and migration changes of population by municipalities, detailed data, Slovenia, 2008
  Data series on natural and migration changes of population by municipalities (since 1995) is completed with data for 2008.
   
6.10.2009 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 1st quarter 2009 – provisional data
  In the first quarter of 2009 more live births, deaths, immigrants from abroad and emigrants abroad and less internal migration were recorded than in the first quarter of 2008.
   
2.10.2009 Children’s Week 2009
  As regards statistical regions, people in Jugovzhodna Slovenija are on average the youngest; the share of children is 18.5%. In the Obalno-kraška region the share of children is only 14.7%. Among municipalities, Osilnica has the lowest share of children (only 9%) and Gorenja vas–Poljane the highest (25%).
   
30.9.2009 Migration changes, Slovenia, 2008
  In 2008, 30,693 people immigrated to Slovenia, 12,109 people emigrated abroad and 106,248 people changed their settlement of residence on the territory of Slovenia. Net migration was 18,584. The data on migration for 2008 are published according to the new definition of population.
   
29.9.2009 Acknowledgment of paternity, Slovenia, 2008
  In 2008, 11,552 acknowledgements of paternity occurred in Slovenia. 92.8% of children were acknowledged by their fathers before they completed the first month of age.
   
22.9.2009 Population by settlements, detailed data, Slovenia, 31 December 2008
  At the end of 2008 almost half of all settlements had a population of less than 100.
   
8.9.2009 World Suicide Prevention Day 2009
  Suicide is the most frequent violent death in Slovenia and one of the three leading causes of death for young people under 25 in the world.
   
19.8.2009 Deaths, Slovenia, 2008
  18,308 deaths were recorded in Slovenia in 2008 or by 1.5% less than in 2007. Among them there were 52 deaths of infants under one year of age.
   
4.8.2009 Marriages and divorces, Slovenia, 2008
  In 2008, 6,703 marriages and 2,246 divorces took place in Slovenia; there were 5.2% more marriages  and 14.1% less divorces than in 2007.
   
31.7.2009 Population, Slovenia, 31 March 2009
  At the end of March 2009 Slovenia’s population was 2,038,733, 0.3% more than at the end of 2008.
   
28.7.2009 EUROPOP2008 population projections for Slovenia, 2008–2060, low, baseline and high variant, convergence scenario
  The Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia prepared and released a new publication entitled Slovenia’s Population Today and Tomorrow, 2008–2060, EUROPOP2008 population projections for Slovenia.
   
15.7.2009 Population according to the 2008 statistical definition of population, detailed data, Slovenia, 30 June 2008
  Detailed data on the population by different age groups and sex are published in the SI-STAT database. The data series is completed with data as of 30 June 2008.
   
9.7.2009 World Population Day 2009
  There are 6.8 billion people in the world and according to demographic projections by 2050 the number should increase to 9.1 billion. The EU-27 has almost 500 million people and according to Eurostat projections by 2050 the number should increase to 506 million. Slovenia has just over 2 million people and by 2050 the number should drop to 1.88 million.
   
30.6.2009 First names and family names, Birthdays, Slovenia, 2008
  Marija, Ana, Maja, Irena, Mojca are the most frequent female and Franc, Janez, Anton, Ivan and Jožef are the most frequent male names among the population of Slovenia. Among newborns in 2008 the most popular names were Lana and Luka again.
   
29.6.2009 Live births, Slovenia, 2008
  In 2008, the highest number of live births in the independent Slovenia was recorded: exactly 21.817 children were born alive, i.e. almost two thousand more than a year before.
   
18.6.2009 Data on births and deaths, detailed data, Slovenia, data series, - CORRECTION
  Due to  mistakes data on deaths by age and sex in 2005 in the  table Deaths by age and sex, Slovenia, annually in the SI-STAT Data Portal, the data (originally published in the E-Release on 13 Dec. 2006) are published again.
   
18.6.2009 Population, detailed data, Slovenia, 31 December 2001- CORRECTION
  Due to mistakes in the table Population by selected age groups and sex, municipalities, Slovenia, as of 31 December 2001 in the data for women, data are published in the SI-STAT Data Portal once again. Data were originally published in the publication Rapid Reports, No.171/2002 and in E-Release.
   
17.6.2009 Population, Slovenia, 31 December 2008
  Detailed data on population of Slovenia with commentary as of 31 December 2008 are published in the Rapid Reports.
   
15.6.2009 Fathers Day 2009
  Ever more fathers are present at childbirth: in 2007 over 71%, in 1992 only slightly more than 9%. In 2008, paternity leave was used by 15,800 fathers and childcare leave by 1,125 fathers.
   
3.6.2009 Complete life table for the population of Slovenia, 2007
  For a boy born in Slovenia in 2007 the life expectancy at birth was 74.6 years while for a girl it was 81.8 years.
   
29.5.2009 Maja, Maj
  Most children named Maja and Maj are born in the month of May.
   
13.5.2009 International Day of Families, Slovenia
  According to 2002 population census data, 78% of the population in Slovenia lived in 556,000 families, which had on average 3.06 members. Most (37%) of the families had 1 child, almost 33% had 2 children, just over 7% had 3 or more children, and close to 21% were without children.
   
30.4.2009 Population, detailed data, Slovenia, 31 December 2008
  Detailed data on the population by different age groups and sex are published in the SI-STAT database. The data series is completed with data as of 31 December 2008.
   
30.4.2009 Population, Slovenia, 31 December 2008
  At the end of 2008 Slovenia had a population of 2,032,362. In comparison with the end of 2007, the population has grown by 1.1%. We are publishing data according to a changed statistical definition of population for the first time.
   
24.4.2009 Population pyramid, Slovenia
  An interactive graphical presentation of sex and age structure of population of Slovenia 1971-2061 is prepared on our website.
   
23.4.2009 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 4rd quarter 2008 – provisional data
  In the fourth quarter of 2008 Slovenia’s population increased by 0.1% or by 3,054 persons. Again the population increased mostly on account of positive net migration of foreigners.
   
27.3.2009 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 3rd quarter 2008 – provisional data
  In the third quarter of 2008 Slovenia’s population increased by 0.7% or by 14,341 persons. The population growth in the third quarter of 2008 was mostly the result of positive net migration of foreigners.
   
20.3.2009 Mother's Day 2009
  Mothers in figures: among 19,554 mothers who gave birth in 2007, 1.5% were teenagers, over 47% were at least 30 years old, 2.2% had 40 years or more, 19 had their eighth child or more, and 15 gave birth at home. Around 70% of women aged over 14 have given birth at least once.
   
4.3.2009 International Women's Day 2009
  According to the latest data, average women in Slovenia are 3.4 years older than men, in 94% of cases have upper secondary school education, in 75% of cases decide to continue studies at tertiary level, have their first child at age 28, earn 5% less per hour than men and live 9.1 years longer.
   
19.2.2009 International mother language day
  According to the 2002 population census, Slovene is the mother tongue of nearly 88% of the population of Slovenia; for 0.4% of people in Slovenia Hungarian is the mother tongue and for 0.2% of the people in Slovenia it is Italian, followed by languages of other former Yugoslav republics.
   
12.2.2009 Population by settlements, detailed data, Slovenia, 30 June 2008
  In mid-2008 almost a quarter of the total population of Slovenia lived in the seven largest settlements with more than 20,000 residents. The population of Ljubljana represented 12.9% of the total population of Slovenia.
   
30.1.2009 Population, Slovenia, 30 September 2008
  At the end of September 2008 there were 2,053,740 people living in the Republic of Slovenia, 1,024,361 men and 1,029,479 women. In the first nine months of 2008 the population grew by 1.4%.
   
29.1.2009 Intercultural dialogue in Slovenia
  Our new handy publication Intercultural Dialogue in Slovenia can be used as a starting point for thinking about diversity and acceptance of diversity, as a basis for constructive dialogue in both the narrow and broader sense, or as a challenge for further research.
   
29.12.2008 Socio-economic Characteristics of Population (31 December 2006) and of International Migrants (2007), detailed data, Slovenia
  On 31 December 2006 there were 2,010,377 people living in Slovenia, 11.3% of them were born outside the country.
   
22.12.2008 Migration changes, detailed data, Slovenia, 2007
  Data series on migration changes already published in the SI-STAT database are completed with data for 2007.
   
16.12.2008 International Migrants Day
  According to United Nations estimates, in the 1960-2005 period the number of migrants in the world more than doubled; from 75 million to 191 million in 2005. Slovenia has, mainly after 2004, recorded a trend of increasing immigration from abroad.
   
15.12.2008 Data on births and deaths, detailed data, Slovenia, 2007
  Data series on births and deaths published in the SI-STAT database are completed with data for 2007.
   
1.12.2008 3 December, International Day of Persons with Disabilities
  Disabled persons represent the largest minority in the world as according to UN data around 10% of the world’s population (more than 650 million people) are disabled. There are around 170,000 disabled persons in Slovenia and around 230,000 people with long-term illnesses.
   
28.11.2008 Data on marriages and divorces, detailed data, Slovenia, 2007
  Data series on marriages and divorces published in the SI-STAT database are completed with data for 2007.
   
19.11.2008 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 2nd quarter 2008 – provisional data
  In the first quarter of 2008 Slovenia’s population increased by 0.5% or by 10,769 persons. The population growth in the second quarter of 2008 was mostly the result of positive net migration of foreigners.
   
14.11.2008 Population, detailed data, Slovenia, 30 June 2008
  Detailed data on the population by different age groups and sex are published in the SI-STAT database. The data series is completed with data as of 30 June 2008.
   
7.11.2008 Slovenia’s Population is Ageing – New Solidarity Relations between Generations are Needed
  This brochure shows individual relations between generations and in this way stresses the need for a good strategy on active ageing of the population in Slovenia. It provides for quality ageing in the society as well as an intergenerational solidarity relationship that increases in its quality.
   
30.10.2008 Population, Slovenia, 30 June 2008
  In mid-2008 there were 2,039,399 people living in Slovenia, 1,012,277 men and 1,027,122 women. In the second quarter of 2008, the population of Slovenia grew by 0.5%.
   
10.10.2008 Natural and migration changes of population by municipalities, detailed data, Slovenia, 2007
  Data series on natural and migration changes of population by municipalities (since 1995) is completed with data for 2007.
   
10.10.2008 Wrong data about the decline in the population of municipality Maribor in Eurostat's publication "Statistics in Focus"
  The Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia explains Eurostat’s incorrect use of the data on the number of population in the municipality of Maribor for 1998 and improper interpretation of the decrease in the number of population in 1999–2004.
   
29.9.2008 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 1st quarter 2008 – provisional data
  In the first quarter of 2008 Slovenia’s population increased by 2,764. The growth was the result of positive net migration of foreigners and slight growth of natural increase. Net migration of citizens was negative again.
   
29.9.2008 1 October, International Day of Older Persons
  In 2007, 69 old people’s homes in Slovenia took care of 13,856 residents (10,359 women and 3,497 men), which is more than 4% of people aged 65+ living in Slovenia.
   
1.9.2008 Migration changes, Slovenia, 2007
  In 2007 Slovenia’s population rose by 14,250 persons on account of positive net migration.
   
28.8.2008 Population by settlements, detailed data, Slovenia, 31 December 2007
  At the end of 2007 in Ljubljana lived 12.8% of the total Slovenian population; in 2,872 Slovenian settlements each with less than 100 people there lived only 7% of the total Slovenian population.
   
22.8.2008 Deaths, Slovenia, 2007
  In 2007, 18,584 deaths were recorded in Slovenia or by 2.2% more than in 2006. Among them there were 55 deaths of infants under one year of age.
   
4.8.2008 Marriages and divorces, Slovenia, 2007
  In 2007, 6,373 marriages took place in Slovenia, which is five more than a year before, and 2,617 divorces took place, which is 12.1% more than a year before.
   
31.7.2008 Population, Slovenia, 31 March 2008
  At the end of March 2008 Slovenia had a population of 2,028,630; 1,003,331 men and 1,025,299 women. In the first quarter of 2008 Slovenia`s population grew by 2,764 (0.1%).
   
30.6.2008 Live births, Slovenia, 2007
  19,823 live births in Slovenia in 2007 – the most in the past fifteen years
   
13.6.2008 Eurostat's Population Projections for Slovenia, 2008–2060, EUROPOP 2008, convergence scenario
  At the end of March 2008 Eurostat prepared population projections, convergence scenario, (by sex) for 2008-2060 for EU Member States, Norway and Switzerland.
   
13.6.2008 Fathers in Slovenia
  At the 2002 Population Census almost 61% of families in Slovenia were two-parent families with children and less than 5% were single fathers with children.
   
15.5.2008 Population, detailed data, Slovenia, 31 December 2007
  Detailed data on the population by different age groups and sex are published in the SI-STAT database. The data series is completed with data as of 31 December 2007.
   
9.5.2008 May 15 – International Day of Families
  As regards families, at the last population census conducted in 2002, 48.6% of families had one child, 42.5% of families had two children and 8.9% of families had three or more children. 18.8% of families were single-parent families, among them 86% mothers with children and 14% fathers with children.
   
30.4.2008 Population, Slovenia, 31 December 2007
  At the end of 2007 there were 2,025,866 people living in Slovenia or 0.8% more than at the end of 2006. For the first time the number of men exceeded one million.
   
30.4.2008 New definition of population
  The introduction of the new definition of population will bring a change in the number, structure and territorial distribution of population. According to first preliminary calculations, compared to the present population definition the number of people in Slovenia will reduce by 15,597 or by 0.8%.
   
28.3.2008 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 3rd quarter 2007 – provisional data
  Between the end of June and the end of September 2007 the population in Slovenia grew by 4,929 persons; 86.1% of the growth was the result of positive net migration and 13.9% of natural increase.
   
21.3.2008 Mother’s Day
  There are around 670,000 mothers in Slovenia. Among women over 40 about 10% have never given birth.
   
6.3.2008 Women in Slovenia
  The position of women in Slovenia is slightly better than in the EU: in our country the female employment rate is 61.8%, while in the EU it is 57.2%. In the EU Member States the female employment rate varies between 73.4% in Denmark and 35% in Malta.
   
19.2.2008 21 February, International Mother Language Day
  Due to a modest number of speakers, 96% of the world’s almost 7,000 languages are spoken by only 4% of the world’s population. At the 2002 Population Census, Slovene was the mother tongue of 87.9% of the people living in Slovenia.
   
31.1.2008 Population, Slovenia, 30 September 2007
  At the end of September 2007 there were 2,024,335 people living in Slovenia, 1,024,893 women and 999,442 men.
   
28.12.2007 Birthdays on 1 January
  In 2007 on the first day of the year 7,811 people celebrated their birthday, which is the greatest number of birthdays on any day of the year.
   
27.12.2007 Socio-economic Characteristics of Population (31 December 2005) and of International Migrants (2006), Slovenia
  On 31 December 2005, there were 2,003,358 people living in Slovenia, 11.1% of them were born outside the country.
   
20.12.2007 Migration changes, detailed data, Slovenia, 2006
  Data series on migration changes already published in the SI-STAT database are completed with data for 2006.
   
18.12.2007 Disabled persons, the elderly and other persons with special needs in Slovenia
  The booklet presents with basic data the situation of disabled persons, the elderly and other persons with special needs in Slovenia; some data refer to the five-year or ten-year period, while others highlight more recent years.
   
14.12.2007 International Migrants Day
  In 2006, 20,016 people immigrated to Slovenia and 13,749 emigrated from it. Most often they immigrated to Slovenia due to employment or seasonal work, most frequently in construction.
   
13.12.2007 Data on births and deaths, detailed data, Slovenia, 2006
  Data series on births and deaths published in the SI-STAT database are completed with data for 2006.
   
10.12.2007 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 2nd quarter 2007 – provisional data
  Total increase was despite the natural increase above all the result of the positive net migration of foreigners.
   
28.11.2007 Data on marriages and divorces, detailed data, Slovenia, 2006
  Data series on marriages and divorces published in the SI-STAT database are completed with data for 2006.
   
15.11.2007 Population, detailed data, Slovenia, 30 June 2007
  Detailed data on the population by different age groups and sex are published in the SI-STAT database. The data series is completed with data as of 30 June 2007.
   
30.10.2007 Population, Slovenia, 30 June 2007
  In mid-2007 there were 2,019,406 people living in the Republic of Slovenia, 1,024,281 women and 995,125 men.
   
22.10.2007 Facts About Women and Men in Slovenia
  With statistical data this brochure (in Slovene only) shows the position of women and men in Slovenia; the data tell about some major differences and similarities between women and men in our country.
   
28.9.2007 1 October – International Day of Older Persons
  Slovenia belongs among countries with ever older population: at the end of 2006 almost 320,000 people in Slovenia were over 65 years old, which is 15.9% of total population.
   
27.9.2007 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 1st quarter 2007 – provisional data
  In the first quarter of 2007 the number of population in Slovenia increased by 3,220. The growth was the result of positive net migration of foreigners, while net migration of citizens and natural increase were negative.
   
31.8.2007 Migration changes, Slovenia, 2006
  In 2006 the most intensive migration changes since 1994 were recorded in Slovenia. 20,016 people immigrated to the country and 13,749 people emigrated abroad. Net migration in 2006 was 6,267 persons.
   
10.8.2007 Deaths, Slovenia, 2006
  In 2006 the lowest number of deaths after 1979 was recorded; 18,180 people died. Among them there were 64 deaths of infants under one year of age.
   
10.8.2007 On 12 August, International Youth Day
  Even though the number of population in Slovenia is (slightly) growing, the number and share of young people are falling. Many of them are unemployed, they are more vulnerable at the workplace than older people, but most of them think they are healthy.
   
3.8.2007 Marriages and divorces, Slovenia, 2006
  In 2006 the number of marriages in Slovenia again exceeded 6 thousand; 6,368 marriages took place or 9.4% more than in 2005. 2,334 divorces took place or 13.4% less than a year before.
   
31.7.2007 Population, Slovenia, 31 March 2007
  At the end of March 2007 there were 2,013,597 people living in the Republic of Slovenia, 1,023,798 women and 989,799 men.
   
10.7.2007 World Population Day
  According to United Nations data, there are 6.7 billion people in the world, which is 0.2 billion more than in 2006: in the past year the world population increased by a hundred Slovenias.
   
29.6.2007 Live births, Slovenia, 2006
  18,932 live births in 2006 – the most in the past decade.
   
15.6.2007 Fathers in Slovenia
  Ever more fathers are present at birth: in 1991 the share was 9.2%, while by 2005 it has grown to 68.3%. However, in Osrednjeslovenska and Goriška regions only two out of ten mothers give birth without fathers being present while in Koroška, Pomurska and Spodnjeposavska regions the share is a half.
   
15.6.2007 Citizens of the Republic of Slovenia and foreigners with registered permanent residence in the Republic of Slovenia, 31 December 2006
  In the SI-STAT database the special table with the data on the citizens of the Republic of Slovenia and foreigners with registered permanent residence in the Republic of Slovenia is being published. These data are prepared according to the Financing of Municipalities Act.
   
31.5.2007 Census Atlas of Slovenia 2002
  The Census Atlas with 102 thematic maps presenting 2002 Census of Population, Households and Housing data by settlements has been issued. Short and to the point texts complement this unique publication.
   
15.5.2007 Population, detailed data, Slovenia, 31 December 2006
  Detailed data on the population by different age groups and sex are published in the SI-STAT database. The data series is completed with data as of 31 December 2006.
   
10.5.2007 Families in Slovenia
  At the 2002 Population Census the most frequent type of family in Slovenia was married couples with children (53%), followed by married couples without children (21%), mothers with children, unmarried couples with children, fathers with children and unmarried couples without children.
   
26.4.2007 Population, Slovenia, 31 December 2006
  At the end of 2006 there were 2,010,377 people living in the Republic of Slovenia.
   
12.4.2007 Census 2002, recalculation of the data by municipalities as of 1 January 2007, detailed data
  We are publishing basic census data recalculated to the municipalities as of 1 January 2007 (i.e. 210 municipalities) on the special Census website among Population Census results 2002 (results by municipalities) and in the SI-STAT database.
   
28.3.2007 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 3rd quarter 2006 – provisional data
  Between the end of June and the end of September 2006 the population in Slovenia grew by 3,098; 77.7% of the growth was the result of positive net migration and 22.3% of natural increase.
   
9.3.2007 Birth names and family names, birthdays, detailed data, Slovenia, June 2006
  The names that have been popular in all decades after 1920 are Ana, Barbara, Katarina, Janez, Andrej and Marko. Marija and Franc, which are the most popular names in Slovenia, are more typical for older generations.
   
31.1.2007 Population, Slovenia, 30 September 2006
  At the end of September 2006 there were 2,011,614 people living in the Republic of Slovenia.
   
24.1.2007 Natural and migration changes of population, detailed data, Slovenia, 1995-2005
  Data series on migration changes already published in the SI-STAT database are completed with data for 2005. At the same time also the series of data and indicators on natural and migration changes of population by municipalities for 1995-2005 are completed.
   
27.12.2006 Socio-economic Characteristics of Population and of International Migrants, Slovenia
  On 31 December 2004, there were 1,997,590 people living in Slovenia, of whom 11% were born outside of the country. Most of the foreign immigrants in 2005 came to Slovenia with the purpose of work and employment.
   
13.12.2006 Data on births and deaths, detailed data, Slovenia, data series
  Data series on births and deaths already published in the SI-STAT database are completed with data for 2005.
   
28.11.2006 Data on marriages and divorces, detailed data, Slovenia, 2005
  Data series on marriages and divorces published in the SI-STAT database are completed with data for 2005.
   
28.11.2006 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 2nd quarter 2006 – provisional data
  Between the end of March and the end of June 2006 the population in Slovenia grew by 4,122; 99.7% of the growth was the result of positive net migration and only 0.3% of natural increase.
   
21.11.2006 Natural and migration changes of population by municipalities, detailed data, Slovenia, 2005
  Data on natural and migration changes of population by municipalities are published in the SI-STAT database. The data series is completed with data for 2005.
   
15.11.2006 Population, detailed data, Slovenia, 30 June 2006
  Detailed data on the population by different age groups and sex are published in the SI-STAT database. The data series is completed with data as of 30 June 2006.
   
30.10.2006 Population, Slovenia, 30 June 2006
  At the end of June 2006 there were 2,008,516 people living in the Republic of Slovenia.
   
29.9.2006 1 October – International Day of Older Persons
  At the end of 2005, 15.5% of the population in Slovenia was 65 years old or more; on the global scale the share is 7.4%.
   
28.9.2006 Natural and migration changes of population, Slovenia, 1st quarter 2006 – provisional data
  The population of Slovenia is growing only on account of positive net migration.
   
13.9.2006 Migration changes, Slovenia, 2005
  Compared to the previous years, in 2005 more intensive migration changes of population were recorded in Slovenia. This was mainly the result of immigration of foreigners; among them for the first time a greater number of citizens of other EU member states.
   
4.9.2006 Deaths, Slovenia, 2005
  In 2005, 18,825 people died, which is 1.6% more than in 2004. Among all deaths there were 75 deaths of infants under one year of age.
   
11.8.2006 Marriages and divorces, Slovenia, 2005
  In 2005, the number of marriages dropped below 6 thousand in Slovenia for the first time ever (5,769); 2,647 divorces took place or 10% more than in 2004.
   
31.7.2006 Population, Slovenia, 31 March 2006
  At the end of March 2006 there were 2,004,394 people living in the Republic of Slovenia.
   
21.7.2006 Census of the population, households, housings and agricultural holdings in the Republic of Slovenia in 1991
  In the SI-STAT database basic data on population, households and families collected with the 1991 Census are published by municipalities. Data of the 1991 Census are shown by the territorial breakdown of Slovenia as of 31 March 2002.
   
29.6.2006 Live births, Slovenia, 2005
  For the first time after the year 2000, in 2005 more than 18,000 live births were registered: exactly 18,157 children were born alive.
   
9.6.2006 Migration change, Slovenia, data series, including the data for 2004
  In the SI-STAT database the data series on international and internal migration in Slovenia are published.
   
15.5.2006 Population, Slovenia, 31st December 2005
  Detailed data on the population by different age groups and sex are published in the SI-STAT database. The data series is completed with data as of 31 December 2005.
   
11.5.2006 International Day of the Family: families in Slovenia
  The number of families is increasing, but families are smaller. The most common type of family is a married couple with children. An average family with children has 3.4 members.
   
28.4.2006 Population, Slovenia, 31 december 2005
  At the end of 2005 there were 2,003,358 people living in the Republic of Slovenia. In the last quarter of 2005 the number of citizens (excluding citizens temporarily residing abroad) and the number of foreigners with permanent residence in Slovenia increased, but because at the same time the number of foreigners with registered temporary residence declined considerably, the total number of population decreased.
   
28.3.2006 Natural and migration changes of population, 2nd and 3rd quarter 2005
  In the second and third quarters of 2005 the number of live births exceeded the number of deaths. The number of immigrants from abroad was high because of seasonal work. Total increase was positive, mainly because of high positive net migration.
   
8.3.2006 Data on marriages, data series, data for 2004 included
  In the SI-STAT database more detailed data series on marriages in Slovenia are published.
   
15.2.2006 Population by different age groups and sex, municipalities, statistical regions, data series
  Detailed data on population by different age groups and sex are published in the SI-STAT database. The data series is completed with data as of 30 June 2005.
   
7.2.2006 Data on births, Slovenia, data series
  In the SI-STAT database more detailed data series on births in Slovenia are published.
   
2.2.2006 Data on divorces, data series, data for 2004 included
  In the SI-STAT database more detailed data series on divorces in Slovenia are published.
   
31.1.2006 Population, 30th September 2005
  At the end of the third quarter of 2005 there were 2,003,584 people living in the Republic of Slovenia. Compared to June data, the number of population on 30 September 2005 increased by 2,470 people or 0.1%.
   
4.1.2006 Data on deaths, data series, data for 2004 included
  In the SI-STAT database more detailed data series on deaths in Slovenia are published.
   
28.10.2005 Population, 30 june 2005
  In the middle of 2005 the number of population of Slovenia exceeded 2 million (2,001,114) for the second time ever. The major reason for this was positive net migration of foreigners. On the Slovenian territory the number of population was higher only on 30 June 1991.
   
4.10.2005 Children in Slovenia
  At the end of 2004 there were almost 286 thousands children under the age of 15 living in Slovenia, which was 14.4% of total population.
   
30.9.2005 1 October – International Day of Older Persons
  The share of older people (65+), which stagnated in the 1980s at around 10%, has been increasing since 1987 and last year exceeded 15%.
   
12.9.2005 Migration changes and total increase, 2004
  In 2004, net migration of population of Slovenia from abroad was 1,902, while total increase was 1,340.
   
23.8.2005 Deaths and natural increase, 2004
  In 2004 there were 18 523 deaths registered in Slovenia, which is by 5% less than in 2003. Natural increase was, despite a higher number of live-births and lower number of deaths, still negative.
   
10.8.2005 Young people in Slovenia
  August 12th is the World Youth Day (15 - 29 years) - 55% of young people are in education in Slovenia.
   
27.7.2005 Population, 31 march 2005
  At the end of the first quarter of 2005 the population of Slovenia was 1,998,079, which is 0.02% more than at the end of the previous year.
   
27.7.2005 Marriages and divorces, 2004
  In 2004, 6,558 couples were married, which is 2.9% less than a year before. In the same year 2,411 divorces were registered.
   
22.7.2005 Life expectancy at birth, 1999–2003
  In the 1999-2003 period life expectance at birth was 72,2 for men and 80,0 for women.
   
7.7.2005 World Population Day
  In the past 100 years total world population grew from 1.6 billion to 6.1 billion.
   
30.6.2005 Live births, 2004
  In 2004 the number of live births in Slovenia increased in comparison with previous year. 17,961 children were born, i.e. 640 more than a year before.
   
30.6.2005 Birthdays and the population clock
  Most people in Slovenia celebrate their birthdays on 1 January and the fewest at the end of the year. The population clock etimates current number of population.
   
24.6.2005 Population by different age groups and sex, municipalities, statistical regions, Slovenia, data series
  In SI−STAT database are published series of data on population of Slovenia and population groups by different territorial units.
   
16.6.2005 Eurostat's Population Projections for Slovenia, 2004-2050
  According to the baseline variant of Eurostat’s population projections, the number of people living in Slovenia will rise from the present 1.99 million to 2.02 million in 2014, but then it will slowly decline to 1.89 million in 2050.
   
16.6.2005 Fathers in Slovenia
  Average age of father at Census2002, who lived together with children, was 46.4 years, average age of father of the child, born in 2003, was 32.0 years.
   
12.5.2005 Families in Slovenia
  According to 2002 Census data there were 555,945 families in Slovenia. An average family had 3.1 members and 86.7% of population was included in the families.
   
21.4.2005 Population, 31 December 2004
  At the end of 2004 the population of Slovenia was 1,997,590, which is 0.06% more than at the end of the previous year.
   
24.3.2005 Mother’s Day
  The 2002 Census data show that almost 74% of women aged 15 or more are mothers. On average, each mother has 2.1 children and her mean age is 52.3 years.
   
7.3.2005 Women in Slovenia
  On the occasion of 8 March, the International Women''s Day, we prepared a brief presentation of data on women in Slovenia with the chronology of important events in the history of women in Slovenia.
   
31.1.2005 Family names in Slovenia
  Citizens of Slovenia have 81,235 different family names. The most frequent family name is Novak. 41,575 citizens of Slovenia have a unique family name or a combination of family names.
   
17.1.2005 Population, 30 september 2004
  At the end of the third quarter of 2004 the population of Slovenia was 1,998,697, which is 0.08% more than at mid-year.
   
9.11.2004 Deaths and natural increase, 2003
  In 2003 there were 19 451 deaths registered in Slovenia, which is 4% more than a year before. In comparison with 2002, in 2003 the natural decrease has doubled and was -2 130.
   
19.10.2004 Population, 30 June 2004
  Compared to the end of the previous quarter, in the second quarter of 2004 the number of population in Slovenia grew by 634. This time too the increase was the result of positive net migration of foreigners.
   
1.9.2004 Migration, marriages, divorces, 2003
  In 2003, 9,279 people immigrated to Slovenia and 5,867 people emigrated from Slovenia, which gives the highest positive net migration after 1996. In 2003 only 6,756 marriages were registered – the lowest number ever.
   
26.7.2004 Population, 31 march 2004
  Compared to the previous quarter, in the first quarter of 2004 the number of population in Slovenia did not change much; it decreased by 63.
   
30.6.2004 Statistics of names
  In the database of names of Slovene citizens, users can see the frequency of selected men's and women's names in individual birth periods and statistical regions of residence.
   
22.6.2004 Live births, 2003
  The number of live births in Slovenia continued to decrease in 2003 when 17,321 children were born, which is 180 fewer than in 2002.
   
9.6.2004 Census 2002: new data by settlements
  Settlements with at least 50 inhabitants are presented with demographic data as well as with data on education and activity of population.
   
22.4.2004 Population, 31 December 2003
  In the last quarter of 2003 the number of population in Slovenia decreased by 1,486 compared to the previous quarter.
   
15.4.2004 Census 2002: most frequent names for women and men
  Men in Slovenia have 17,000 names and women have 20,000 names; the most frequent women’s name is Maria and the most frequent men’s name is Franc.
   
15.4.2004 Census 2002: new data on buildings and dwellings
  In Slovenia there are 463,000 buildings with dwellings, of that almost a third in urban settlements, and close to 778,000 dwellings, of that 92.4% in private property of natural persons.
   
30.3.2004 New, additional results of the 2002 Census
  Published for the first time are data on the usually spoken language, data showing the connection between ethnic affiliation, religion and language, data on informal education, data on transport to work and school, etc.
   
29.1.2004 Population, September 2003
  At the end of September, the population of Slovenia was 1,997,919: 978,519 men and 1,019,400 women.
   
27.10.2003 Population, 30. June 2003
  At the end of June, the population of Slovenia was 1,996,773: 977,436 men and 1,019,337 women.
   
   
 
 
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