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About number and composition population of CHERNIVTSI REGION
by data All-Ukrainian Population Census '2001

   According to the data of the All-Ukrainian census total number actual population of the Chernivtsi region, accounted for 922.8 thousand persons.
Chernivtsi region is characterized by high population density. The population density was 114 persons per sq. km. The least population density is in Putyla district, where it makes up 29 persons per sq. km. The Kitsman' and Novoselytsia districts are the most densely populated, there this index makes up more than 119 persons per sq. km.
    Changes in actual population by districts of region, have taken place since 1989, are shown in the table:
 Town
district
Actual population
thousand persons
2001
as % to 1989
2001 year 1989 year

Towns:

     

Chernivtsi

240.6 256.6 93.8

Novodnistrovs'k

10.3 10.5 98.4

Districts:

     

Vyzhnytsia district

60.0 59.4 101.0

Hertsa district

32.2 29.5 109.3

Hlyboka district

72.7 68.1 106.7

Zastavna district

56.3 58.2 96.8

Kel'mentsi district

48.4 52.0 93.0

Kitsman' district

72.9 74.2 98.2

Novoselytsia district

87.5 86.5 101.1

Putyla district

25.4 24.6 103.1

Sokyriany district

48.9 52.2 93.8

Storozhynets' district

95.3 90.2 105.7

Khotyn district

72.3 76.0 95.1

Total of region

922.8 938.0 98.4













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   In the chapter:

 Total number of actual population
 Urban and rural population
 Sex composition of population
 Number of cities
 Permanent population
 Age composition of population
 National composition of population
 Linguistic composition of the population
 Educational standard of the population
 Marital status of the population


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