|Sixth Census of Malawi|
|Total population||17,563,749 ( 34.8%)|
|Most populous ||Southern (7,750,629)|
|Least populous ||Northern (2,289,780)|
The 2018 Malawi census was the sixth national census in Malawi, which took place on 3-23 September 2018. The population of Malawi was counted as 17,563,749 – an increase of 4,534,251 (34.8%) over the 2008 census.
Preliminary results from the 2018 census were released to the public in December 2018 and final results in May 2019, from the National Statistical Office of Malawi website. The next Malawian census is set to be held in September 2028.
The 2018 projected population of Malawi was 17,931,637 based on the medium variant of projections based on the 2008 census.The actual enumerated population was 17,563,749 which was about 98% the size of the 2018 projection.
Population counts for regions of Malawi. All figures are for the census de jure population count.
In 2018, 17,506,538 people (99.67%) were born in Malawi, with 57,211 (0.33%) born abroad.
|Birthplace||Responses||Change from 2008|
The 2018 Census asked a question on ethnicity for the first time and the five largest ethnic groups were Chewa (34.4%), Lomwe (18.9%), Yao (13.3%), Ngoni (10.4%), and Tumbuka (9.2%).
Data is for the population that stated their ethnicity.
According to the 2018 Census, 77.3% of the population identified as being Christian, 13.8% as Muslim, 2.1% identified as having no religion, 1.1% as having traditional religions, and 5.6% had other religions.
|Church of Central Africa Presbyterian||2,498,969||14.23|
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