Montenegrin Census Results

Monstat has published the results of Montenegro’s recent census — the first census taken since independence. Here are the fast facts:

Population: 625,266 — an increase of 5,156 from 2003.

Ethnicity: 44.9% Montenegrin, 28.77% Serb, 8.65% Bosnian,4.91% Albanian, 3.31% Muslim, 1.01% Roma, 0.91% Croat. 4.87% of respondents refused to state their ethnicity — which is perhaps the most civilized response of all.

Language: 43.88% Serbian, 36.97% Montenegrin, 5.27% Albanian, 5.33% Bosniak, 0.45% Croatian, 2.63% Serbo-Croatian.

Gender: 50.61% female, 49.39% male.  Kotor is the most female city (52.05%), while Danilovgrad is the most male city (52.53%).

Cities: Podgorica (185,937), Nikšić (72,443), Bijelo Polje (46,051), Bar (42,048), Berane (33,970), Herceg Novi (30,864), Pljevlja (30,786), Rožaje (22,964), Kotor (22,601), Ulcinj (19921), Budva (19,218), Danilovgrad (18,472), Cetinje (16,657), Tivat (14,031), and Plav (13,108).

For the full data, read Census of Population, Households and Dwellings in Montenegro 2011.

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