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Census Croatia: More Croats, Women But Less Catholics

The Central Bureau of Statistics have this morning finally released findings from the last census Croatia undertook back in 2011.

According to the 2011 census, Croatia’s population is 4,284,880, with its largest city Zagreb registering 790,017. The number of Croats who declared themselves as Catholics dropped from 87% to 86%, whilst the number of Croats rose to 90% from 89%.

There are also more women living in Croatia, women (2,218,554), men (2,066,335). Serbs are the largest foreign population living in Croatia (186,633), followed by Italians (17,807) Roma (16,975) and Hungarians (14,048).




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