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Visualise table list Resident population in censuses from 1861 to 2001 Resident population from 2001 Census (legal population) and 1991 Census Number of municipalities with population growth and decrease between 1991 and 2001 by class of demographic amplitude Number of municipalities with population growth and decrease between 1991 and 2001 by class of demographic amplitude Municipalities with particular features by name and values Number of municipalities with population growth and decrease by class of proportional variation of population Number of municipalities with population growth and decrease by class of proportional variation of population Resident population in municipalities with growth and decrease of population Resident population in municipalities with growth and decrease of population Number of municipalities by altimetrical zone Resident population by altimetrical zone of the municipality Number of municipalities by class of demographic amplitude Number of municipalities by class of demographic amplitude. Detail up to 5.000 Number of municipalities by class of demographic amplitude and geographical area. Detail from 5.001 to 20.000 Number of municipalities by class of demographic amplitude and geographical area. Detail from 20.001 to 100.000 Number of municipalities by class of demographic amplitude and geographical area. Detail above 100.000 Number of municipalities by class of demographic amplitude. Resident population by class of demographic amplitude of the municipality Resident population by class of demographic amplitude of the municipality. Detail up to 5.000 Resident population by class of demographic amplitude of the municipality. Detail from 5.001 to 20.000 Resident population by class of demographic amplitude of the municipality. Detail from 20.001 to 100.000 Resident population by class of demographic amplitude of the municipality. Detail above 100.000 Resident population by class of demographic amplitude of the municipality.
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    Table 1 - Resident population with current borders at censuses from 1861 to 2001 (thousands) - North-Eastern Italy (a)   Download file Excel

    CENSUSESRESIDENT POPULATION Average annual variation per 1.000 (b)

     
    31 December 1861 2083 -
    31 December 1871 (c) 4932 -
    31 December 1881 5165 4,6
    10 February 1901 5742 5,6
    10 June 1911 (d) 6550 12,8
    1 December 1921 (e) 8235 22,1
    21 April 1931 8596 4,6
    21 April 1936 (f) 8682 2,0
    4 November 1951 9417 5,2
    15 October 1961 9504 0,9
    24 October 1971 10026 5,3
    25 October 1981 10410 3,8
    20 October 1991 10378 -0,3
    21 October 2001 10635 2,4

    | Trentino-Alto Adige | Veneto | Friuli-Venezia Giulia | Emilia-Romagna |

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    a)

    Source: Istat (1994) Resident population of municipalities - Censuses from 1861 to 1991 (Territorial districts as of 20 October 1991).

    b)

    The increment rate is computed from the compound interest formula, taking as time intervals those between Census dates.

    c)

    In 1866, following the Third Italian Independence war, the Veneto district (then including the Udine district) and the Mantova district municipalities are annexed to Italy. Census data until 1911 are missing for the municipalities annexed after World War 1 and that formed Venezia Giulia and Venezia Tridentina.

    d)

    Some municipalities belonging to the Hapsburg Empire between 1871 and 1911 and being part of the territories annexed to Italy after World War 1 have been ascribed to Italy in computing the values with current borders. They are Pedemonte and Casotto, whose populations have been ascribed to the Vicenza province, and Pontefella and Laglasie San Leopoldo, whose populations have been ascribed to the Udine province. This is an exception to the rule by which the figures of those municipalities which have been annexed after the Reign of Italy establishment should be considered starting from the first census following their annexation. The population registered by the austrian censuses has been ascribed to these municipalities.

    e)

    In 1920, following World War 1, the territories forming Venezia Giulia (including the areas of Gorizia and Gradisca, Carinzia and Carniola, Istria and, finally, Zara) are annexed to Italy in fulfilment of the 1920 Rapallo treaty. The municipality of Fiume, which will be annexed in fulfilment of the 1924 Roma treaty, and the area of Venezia Tridentina (then including the province of Trento) are not included in this annexation.

    f)

    In 1947, following World War 2 some municipalities from the provinces of Goriza and Trieste and the provinces of Fiume, Pola and Zara are transferred to ex-Jugoslavia: 

    Province 

    Resident population as of the 1936 census to ascribe to ex-Jugoslavia 

    GORIZIA

    Entirely transferred municipalities 

    111547 

    Partly transferred municipalities 

    19736 

    TRIESTE 

    Entirely transferred municipalities

    33203 

    Partly transferred municipalities 

    643 

    Fiume 

    Entirely transferred provinces 

    109018 

    POLA 

    294492 

    Zara 

    22000 

    Total 

    590639 

    The resident population - 1936 Census - with current borders - of Friuli-Venezia Giulia can be reconstructed in the following way:

    Region 

    Resident population - 1936 census - with old borders* 

    Population to ascribe to ex-Jugoslavia for 1936

     Variations with other regions

     Resident population - 1936 census - with current borders 

    FRIULI-VENEZIA GIULIA 

    1698927 

    -590639 

    1108288 

    * Source: Istat (2001) Unità amministrative - Variazioni territoriali e di nome dal 1861 al 2000 (Popolazione legale per Comune ai censimenti dal 1861 al 1991 ai confini dell'epoca).

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