What was the population according to 2011 census?
2011 Census of India
|15th Census of India|
|Total population||1,210,193,422 ( 17.70%)|
|Most populous state||Uttar Pradesh (199,812,341)|
Why is Nagaland population decreasing?
Nagaland’s population decreased during 2001–11 after growing at abnormally high rates during the past few decades. This is the first time since independence that a state in India has witnessed an absolute decline in population.
What was the population of England and Wales in 2011?
Data shows that from March 2001 to March 2011, there were 6.6 million births and five million deaths in England and Wales, leading to an increase in the population of 1.6 million. The Office for National Statistics said this accounted for around 44% of the total increase in population size, with the remainder being due to migration.
What is the population of the United Kingdom?
The population makeup of UK is: England (84.25), Scotland (8.2%), Wales (4.7%), and Northern Ireland (2.8%). White British is the predominant race in UK. United Kingdom is also the 7thmost densely populated country in the Europe.
When did the 2011 census come out in the UK?
Mid-2011 population estimates based on the 2011 Census, and which take into account population change between 27 March and 30 June, were published on 25 September 2012 for England and Wales. These will be published in due course for the rest of the UK.
What was the ethnicity of the UK in 2011?
2011 Census Table DC2205EW (Country of birth, ethnic group, sex) was used to produce Table 1. Figure 1 looks at the ethnicity of the non-UK born population of England and Wales by period of arrival in the UK using the same breakdown as previous analyses (those arriving before 1981; between 1981 and 2000; 2001 to 2006 and 2007 and 2011).