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Hostility Towards Census Workers in Greece Leads to Mass Resignations

The Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) is currently conducting the 2021 Census of the Greek population. Citizens’ hostility has led to mass resignations of census workers. In Patras, the capital of the Prefecture of Achaia, and one of Greece’s most populous...

Greek Population Has Declined by Up to Half a Million in a Decade

The census taking place in a few weeks will show that the Greek population of the country will be up to half a million fewer than at the time of the last census, conducted in 2011. These are the showings...

Population of North Cyprus More than Doubles since it was Declared a ‘State’

The population in the occupied north of Cyprus has reached 351,000, according to Turkish Cypriot media reports. The 1983 population of the north; the year the ‘TRNC’ was declared a ‘state’, was said to be 155,521. Turkish Cypriot daily Yeni Duzen...

Dropping Numbers for Greeks in Australia According to 2016 Census

Data from the Australian population census of 2016 show that fewer people speak Greek than at the last census of 2011. According to the data, 237,000 people spoke Greek at home, while in 2011 252,000 people responded positively to this...

Population in Greece Shrinks by 0.68%

The latest Greek Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) report says that the total population in Greece is 10,783,748 people. The figure is based on the last census that was completed on January 1, 2016, showing that the total population has decreased by 0.68...

Census Data Show Greek Australians Earn Far Below Country’s Average

New data published in Australia show according to the latest census that most Greek Australians earn far below the country's average. More specifically, they earn between $200 and $300 a week while the average Australian earns between $400 and $600. Figures become even...

“Omonoia” Proceeds With Census of Greek Minority in Albania

The organization of the Greek minority in Albania “Omonoia” announced the conduction of a census that will depict the dynamics of the Greek presence in the country. The Census Committee, chaired by the President of Omonoia Mr. Vassilis Bolanos, held...