The first Ukrainian census was carried out by State Statistics Committee of Ukraine on 5 December 2001, twelve years after the last Soviet Union census in 1989 and was so far the only census held in independent Ukraine.
The total population recorded was 48,457,100 persons, of which the urban population was 32,574,500 (67.2%), rural: 15,882,600 (32.8%), male: 22,441,400 (46.3%), female: 26,015,700 (53.7%). The total permanent population recorded was 48,241,000 persons.
There were 454 cities nine of them with population over 500,000. The census recorded over 130 nationalities.
The next Ukrainian census was planned to be held in 2020.But in April 2020 Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers Oleh Nemchinov confirmed that in 2020 there will not be a census in Ukraine and probably also not in 2021 because the census was considered "an expensive pleasure." Nemchinov stated in December 2020 that the next Ukrainian census was planned for 2023.
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Note: listed are those nationalities which comprise more than 0.25% of regional population. Numbers are given in thousands.
The demographics of Ukraine include statistics on population growth, population density, ethnicity, education level, health, economic status, religious affiliations, and other aspects of the population of Ukraine.
The demographics of Belarus is about the demographic features of the population of Belarus, including population growth, population density, ethnicity, education level, health, economic status, religious affiliations, and other aspects of the population.
Grodno Region or Grodno Oblast or Hrodna Voblasts is one of the regions of Belarus. It is located in the northwestern part of the country.
Bukovina is a historical region, variously described as in Central or Eastern Europe. The region is located on the northern slopes of the central Eastern Carpathians and the adjoining plains, today divided between Romania and Ukraine.
The Poles come from different West Slavic tribes living on territories belonging later to Poland in the early Middle Ages.
Chernivtsi Oblast is an oblast (province) in western Ukraine, consisting of the northern parts of the regions of Bukovina and Bessarabia. It has an international border with Romania and Moldova. The oblast is also the smallest in Ukraine.
Mogilev Region or Mogilev Oblast or Mahilyow Voblasts, is a region (oblast) of Belarus with its administrative center at Mogilev (Mahilyow).
Astrakhan Oblast (Russian: Астраха́нская о́бласть, Astrakhanskaya oblast;, is a federal subject of Russia located in southern Russia. Its administrative center is the city of Astrakhan. As of the 2010 Census, its population was 1,010,073.
Kharkiv Oblast is an oblast (province) in eastern Ukraine. The oblast borders Russia to the north, Luhansk Oblast to the east, Donetsk Oblast to the south-east, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast to the south-west, Poltava Oblast to the west and Sumy Oblast to the north-west. The area of the oblast is 31,400 km², corresponding to 5.2% of the total territory of Ukraine. Population: 2,658,461 (2020 est.)
Kramatorsk is a city of oblast significance located at the northern portion of Donetsk Oblast, in eastern Ukraine. Since October 11, 2014 Kramatorsk has been the provisional seat of Donetsk Oblast, following the events surrounding the War in Donbass. Similar status, for Luhansk oblast, has Sievierodonetsk. Their previous cities are still de jure administrative centres. Population: 152,120 (2020 est.)
Kostiantynivka is an industrial city in the Donetsk Oblast (province) of eastern Ukraine, on the Kryvyi Torets River. Administratively, it is incorporated as a city of oblast significance. It also serves as the administrative center of Kostiantynivka Raion (district), though it does not belong to it. It's also known as Kostyantynivka or Konstantinovka. It developed in the Soviet era into a major centre for the production of iron, zinc, steel and glass. Its population is approximately 69,817 (2020 est.) .
The Taurida Governorate or the Government of Taurida, was a historical governorate of the Russian Empire. It included the Crimean Peninsula and the mainland between the lower Dnieper River and the coasts of the Black Sea and Sea of Azov. It was formed after the Taurida Oblast was abolished in 1802 in the course of Paul I's administrative reform of the South-Western territories that had been annexed from the Crimean Khanate. The governorate's centre was the city of Simferopol. The province was named after the ancient Greek name of Crimea - Taurida.
Pokrovsk Raion, formerly Krasnoarmiisk Raion is a raion (district) within Donetsk Oblast in eastern Ukraine. Its administrative center is Pokrovsk, which is incorporated separately as a city of oblast significance and does not belong to the raion. Its area is 1,316 km2 (508 sq mi) and its population is approximately 29,449 (2020 est.) .
Druzhkivka is a city of oblast significance in Donetsk Oblast (province) of Ukraine. Population: 55,984 (2020 est.) ; 64,557 (2001). The area of the city is 46 km².
Myrnohrad, formerly Dymytrov, is a city of oblast significance in Donetsk Oblast (province) of Ukraine. Population: 47,460 (2020 est.) .
Kirovske or Khrestivka is a city of oblast significance in Donetsk Oblast (province) of Ukraine. Population: 27,503 (2020 est.) ; 28,291 (2013 est.) ; 30,910 (2001).
As of 2014, the total population of the Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol was at 2,248,400 people. This is down from the 2001 Ukrainian Census figure, which was 2,376,000.
The population of Post-World War II Poland became nearly completely ethnically homogeneous as a result of the German-Nazi Holocaust, the radically altered borders, and the deportations ordered by the Soviet authorities, who wished to remove the sizeable Polish minorities from the Baltics (Lithuania) and Eastern Europe.
A variety of social, cultural, ethnic, and linguistic factors contributed to the sparking of unrest in eastern and southern Ukraine, and the subsequent eruption of the Russo-Ukrainian War, in the aftermath of the early 2014 Ukrainian revolution. Following Ukrainian independence from the Soviet Union in 1991, resurfacing historical and cultural divisions and a weak state structure hampered the development of a unified Ukrainian national identity. In eastern and southern Ukraine, Russification and ethnic Russian settlement during centuries of Russian rule caused the Russian language to attain primacy, even amongst ethnic Ukrainians. In Crimea, ethnic Russians have comprised the majority of the population since the deportation of the indigenous Crimean Tatars by Soviet Union leader Joseph Stalin following the Second World War. This contrasts with western and central Ukraine, which were historically ruled by a variety of powers, such as the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth and the Austrian Empire. In these areas, the Ukrainian ethnic, national, and linguistic identity remained intact.
The Aleksandropolsky Uyezd was a county of the Erivan Governorate of the Caucasus Viceroyalty of the Russian Empire. It bordered the governorate's Echmiadzinsky and Novobayazetsky Uyezds to the south, the Borchalinsky Uyezd of the Tiflis Governorate to the north and east, the Kazakhsky Uyezd of the Elisabethpol Governorate to the southeast, and the Kars Oblast to the west. It included most of the Shirak Province and southern parts of the Lori Province of present-day northern Armenia. Its administrative center was Aleksandropol (Gyumri).