Russian Census (2010)

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The emblem of 2010 Russian Census
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Inside a census station in Severodvinsk

The Russian Census of 2010 (Russian : Всеросси́йская пе́репись населе́ния 2010 го́да) was the first census of the Russian Federation population since 2002 and the second after the dissolution of the Soviet Union. Preparations for the census began in 2007 and it took place between October 14 and October 25. [1]

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A 10-ruble coin commemorating the 2010 Census

The census

The census was originally scheduled for October 2010, before being rescheduled for late 2013, citing financial reasons, [2] although it was also speculated that political motives were influential in the decision. However, in late 2009, Prime Minister Putin announced that the Government of Russia had allocated 10.5 billion rubles in order to conduct the census as originally scheduled (in October 2010). [3] [4]

Results

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Population-sex pyramid according to the 2010 census
Largest ethnic groups by districts and cities of district, regional, regional and republican significance Krupneishie natsional'nosti po munitsipal'nym obrazovaniiam Rossiiskoi Federatsii vtorogo poriadka, 2010.png
Largest ethnic groups by districts and cities of district, regional, regional and republican significance

The census recorded the population as 142.9 million, a decrease of 2.3 million (1.6%) since the 2002 census. The population is 73.7% urban (105.3 million) and 26.3% rural (37.5 million). The median age is 38 years. The ethnic composition is dominated by Russians (80.9% of the population).[ citation needed ]

Population of the Russian Federation by ethnic group
According to the 2010 census [5]
#Group name in EnglishGroup name in RussianPopulation% of RF
population
1 Abazins Абазины 43,3410.0303%
2 Abkhazians Абхазы 11,2490.0079%
3 Avars Аварцы 912,0900.6383%
4    Andis     Андийцы 11,7890.0082%
5    Archi     Арчинцы 12%
6    Akhvakhs     Ахвахцы 7,9300.0055%
7    Bagvalal     Багулалы 5%
8    Bezhta     Бежтинцы 5,9580.0042%
9    Botlikh     Ботлихцы 3,5080.0025%
10    Hinukh     Гинухцы 4430.0003%
11    Godoberi     Годоберинцы 4270.0003%
12    Hunzib     Гунзибцы 9180.0006%
13    Dido     Дидойцы 11,6830.0082%
14    Karata     Каратинцы 4,7870.0033%
15    Tindi     Тиндалы 6350.0004%
16    Khwarshi     Хваршины 5270.0004%
17    Chamalal     Чамалалы 24%
18 Aghuls Агулы 34,1600.0239%
19 Adygheans Адыгейцы 124,8350.0874%
20 Azerbaijanis Азербайджанцы 603,0700.422%
21 Aleuts Алеуты 4820.0003%
22 Altaians Алтайцы 74,2380.052%
23    Telengits     Теленгиты 3,7120.0026%
24    Tubalar     Тубалары 1,9650.0014%
25    Chelkans     Челканцы 1,1810.0008%
26 Americans Американцы 1,5720.0011%
27 Arabs Арабы 9,5830.0067%
28 Armenians Армяне 1,182,3880.8274%
29    Cherkesogai     Черкесогаи 6%
30 Assyrians Ассирийцы 11,0840.0078%
31 Afghans Афганцы 5,3500.0037%
32 Balkars Балкарцы 112,9240.079%
33 Bashkirs Башкиры 1,584,5541.1089%
34 Belarusians Белорусы 521,4430.3649%
35 Besermyan Бесермяне 2,2010.0015%
36 Bulgarians Болгары 24,0380.0168%
37 Bosniaks Боснийцы 2560.0002%
38 Britons Британцы 9500.0007%
39 Buryats Буряты 461,3890.3229%
40 Hungarians Венгры 2,7810.0019%
41 Vepsians Вепсы 5,9360.0042%
42 Votes Водь 64%
43 Vietnamese Вьетнамцы 13,9540.0098%
44 Gagauzes Гагаузы 13,6900.0096%
45 Caucasus Jews Горские евреи 7620.0005%
46 Greeks Греки 85,6400.0599%
47    Urums     Греки-урумы 1%
48 Georgian Jews Грузинские евреи 780.0001%
49 Georgians Грузины 157,8030.1104%
50    Adjarians     Аджарцы 2110.0001%
51    Ingiloys     Ингилойцы 980.0001%
52    Lazi     Лазы 1600.0001%
53    Mingrelians     Мегрелы 6000.0004%
54    Svans     Сваны 45%
55 Dargins Даргинцы 589,3860.4124%
56    Kaytaks     Кайтагцы 7%
57    Kubachis     Кубачинцы 1200.0001%
58 Dolgans Долганы 7,8850.0055%
59 Dungans Дунгане 1,6510.0012%
60 Jews Евреи 156,8010.1097%
61 Yazidis Езиды 40,5860.0284%
62 Izhorians Ижорцы 2660.0002%
63 Ingush Ингуши 444,8330.3113%
64 Indians Индийцы 4,0580.0028%
65 Spaniards Испанцы 1,1620.0008%
66 Italians Итальянцы 1,3700.001%
67 Itelmens Ительмены 3,1930.0022%
68 Kabardians Кабардинцы 516,8260.3617%
69 Kazakhs Казахи 647,7320.4533%
70 Kalmyks Калмыки 183,3720.1283%
71 Kamchadals Камчадалы 1,9270.0013%
72 Crimean Karaites Караимы 2050.0001%
73 Karakalpaks Каракалпаки 1,4660.001%
74 Karachays Карачаевцы 218,4030.1528%
75 Karelians Карелы 60,8150.0426%
76 Kereks Кереки 64%
77 Kets Кеты 1,2190.0009%
78    Yughs     Юги 1%
79 Kyrgyz Киргизы 103,4220.0724%
80 Chinese Китайцы 28,9430.0203%
81 Komi Коми 228,2350.0203%
82    Komi-Zyrians     Коми-ижемцы 6,4200.0045%
83    Komi-Permyaks     Коми-пермяки 94,4560.0661%
84 Koreans Корейцы 153,1560.1072%
85 Koryaks Коряки 7,9530.0056%
86 Crimean Tatars Крымские татары 2,4490.0017%
87 Krymchaks Крымчаки 900.0001%
88 Cubans Кубинцы 6760.0005%
89 Kumandins Кумандинцы 2,8920.002%
90 Kumyks Кумыки 503,0600.352%
91 Kurds Курды 23,2320.0163%
92    Kurmandji     Курманч 42%
93 Laks Лакцы 178,6300.125%
94 Latvians Латыши 18,9790.0133%
95    Latgalians     Латгальцы 1,0890.0008%
96 Lezgins Лезгины 473,7220.3315%
97 Lithuanians Литовцы 31,3770.022%
98 Macedonians Македонцы 3250.0002%
99 Mansij Манси 12,2690.0086%
100 Mari Марийцы 547,6050.3832%
101    Mountain Mari     Горные марийцы 23,5590.0165%
102    Lowland Mari     Лугово-восточные марийцы 2180.0002%
103 Moldovans Молдаване 156,4000.1094%
104 Mongols Монголы 2,9860.0021%
105 Mordvins Мордва 744,2370.5208%
106    Mokshas     Мокшане 4,7670.0033%
107    Erzi people     Эрзяне 57,0080.0399%
108 Nagaybaks Нагайбаки 8,1480.0057%
109 Nanai Нанайцы 12,0030.0084%
110 Nganasans Нганасаны 8620.0006%
111 Negidals Негидальцы 5130.0004%
112 Germans Немцы 394,1380.2758%
113    Mennonites     Меннониты 4%
114 Nenets Ненцы 44,6400.0312%
115 Nivkh Нивхи 4,6520.0033%
116 Nogais Ногайцы 103,6600.0725%
117    Karagash     Карагаши 16%
118 Orochs Орочи 5960.0004%
119 Ossetians Осетины 528,5150.3698%
120    Digors     Дигорцы 2230.0002%
121    Irons     Иронцы 48%
122 Pakistanis Пакистанцы 5070.0004%
123 Pamiris Памирцы 3630.0003%
124 Persians Персы 3,6960.0026%
125 Poles Поляки 47,1250.033%
126 Romanians Румыны 3,2010.0022%
127 Rusyns Русины 2250.0002%
128 Russians Русские 111,016,89677.6885%
129    Cossacks     Казаки 67,5730.0473%
130    Pomors     Поморы 3,1130.0022%
131 Rutuls Рутульцы 35,2400.0247%
132 Sami Саамы 1,7710.0012%
133 Selkups Селькупы 3,6490.0026%
134 Serbs Сербы 3,5100.0025%
135 Slovaks Словаки 3240.0002%
136 Slovenes Словенцы 1,0080.0021%
137 Soyots Сойоты 3,6080.0025%
138 Bukharan Jews Среднеазиатские евреи 32%
139 Tabasarans Табасараны 146,3600.1024%
140 Tajiks Таджики 200,3030.1402%
141 Taz Тазы 2740.0002%
142 Talysh Талыши 2,5290.0018%
143 Tatars Татары 5,310,6493.7163%
144    Astrakhan Tatars     Астраханские татары 7%
145    Kryashens     Кряшены 34,8220.0244%
146    Mishar Tatars     Мишари 7860.0006%
147    Siberian Tatars     Сибирские татары 6,7790.0047%
148 Tats Таты 1,5850.0011%
149 Teleuts Телеуты 2,6430.0018%
150 Tofalars Тофалары 7620.0005%
151 Tuvans Тувинцы 263,9340.1847%
152    Tozhu Tuvans     Тувинцы-тоджинцы 1,8580.0013%
153 Turks Турки 105,0580.0735%
154 Meskhetian Turks Турки-месхетинцы 4,8250.0034%
155 Turkmens Туркмены 36,8850.0258%
156 Udis Удины 4,2670.003%
157 Udmurts Удмурты 552,2990.3865%
158 Udege Удэгейцы 1,4960.001%
159 Uzbeks Узбеки 289,8620.2028%
160 Uyghurs Уйгуры 3,6960.0026%
161 Oroks Ороки 2950.0002%
162 Ukrainians Украинцы 1,927,9881.3492%
163 Ulch Ульчи 2,7650.0019%
164 Finns Финны 20,2670.0142%
165    Ingrian Finns     Ингерманландцы 4410.0003%
166 French Французы 1,4750.001%
167 Khakas Хакасы 72,9590.0511%
168 Khanty Ханты 30,9430.0217%
169 Hemshin Хемшилы 2,0470.0014%
170 Croats Хорваты 3040.0002%
171 Tsakhurs Цахуры 12,7690.0089%
172 Romani Цыгане 204,9580.1434%
173 Central Asian Romani Среднеазиатские цыгане 49%
174 Circassians Черкесы 73,1840.0512%
175 Montenegrins Черногорцы 1810.0001%
176 Czechs Чехи 1,8980.0013%
177 Chechens Чеченцы 1,431,3601.0017%
178    Chechen-Akkins     Равнинные аккинцы 760.0001%
179 Chuvans Чуванцы 1,0020.0007%
180 Chuvash Чуваши 1,435,8721.0048%
181 Chukchi Чукчи 15,9080.0111%
182 Chulyms Чулымцы 3550.0002%
183 Shapsugs Шапсуги 3,8820.0027%
184 Shors Шорцы 12,8880.009%
185 Evenks Эвенки 37,8430.0265%
186 Evens Эвены (ламуты) 22,3830.0157%
187 Enets Энцы 2270.0002%
188 Yupik Эскимосы 1,7380.0012%
189 Estonians Эстонцы 17,8750.0125%
190    Setos     Сету 2140.0001%
191 Yukaghirs Юкагиры 1,6030.0011%
192 Yakuts Якуты 478,0850.3346%
193 Japanese Японцы 8880.0006%

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