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Population, households and population dynamics; from 1899

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Data eigenaar Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek (Rijk)
Bijgewerkt 19-05-2023
Licentie CC-BY (4.0)
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  • Nederlanderschap
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Landelijk dekkend

Dit is een dataset die landelijk dekkend is. De data heeft betrekking op heel Nederland.

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The most important key figures about population, households, birth, mortality, changes of residence, marriages, marriage dissolutions and change of nationality of the Dutch population.

Data available from: 1899

Status of the figures: All data in this publication are final data.

Changes as of 9 april 2021: The figures for the period 1987 to 1994 with regard to 'Emigration including the balance of the administrative corrections' have been corrected. The correction is due to duplications present in some of our source files. The differences are minimal. The figures for 1997 with regard to Emigration, including the balance of the administrative corrections for persons with nationality 'European Union (excluding the Netherlands)', and persons with country of birth 'European Union (excluding the Netherlands)' have been corrected. The correction is due to a calculation error. The topics 'Live born children, relative' and 'Sex ratio' have switched places.

Changes as of 24 March 2020: The table has been revised. The following changes have been made:

Population on January 1:

  • The number of 'Women' in 2012 has been corrected.
  • The figures for 'Migration background Suriname' and 'Migration background (former) Netherlands Antilles' have been changed for 1971 up to and including 1994. The changes are the result of a method change in the past, which was not reflected in the table at the time. The figures now match all other sections of StatLine.

Population development: 'Emigration' has been changed to 'Emigration including administrative corrections', 'Migration balance' has been changed to 'Migration balance including administrative corrections'. Figures on emigration, including the balance of administrative corrections, provide a better picture of actual emigration than figures on emigration excluding these corrections. Due to the change, the figures for 1977 up to and including 2016 have changed.

Live born children: The 2015 figures for 'Live born children from mothers aged 25 to 29, relative' and 'Live born children from mothers aged 30 or older, relative' have been adjusted.

Mortality:

  • The figures for 'Life expectancy at birth: men' and 'Life expectancy at birth: women' for 1950 up to and including 1962, 1972, 1982, 1991, 1999, 2009 and 2011 have been corrected.
  • The figures for 'Mortality <1 year after birth, relative' for 1994 and 2011 have been corrected.
  • The figure for 'Mortality <1 year after birth, relative' for 2011 has been corrected.
  • The figures for 'Deceased by cause of death' have been removed from the table. (For more information: 3. LINKS TO RELEVANT TABLES AND ARTICLES).

Foreign migration by nationality:

  • Various topics related to 'Emigration including administrative corrections' have been added.
  • 'Total immigration' has been corrected for 1993 and 1996.
  • 'Immigration, European Union (excluding the Netherlands)' has been adjusted for 2004 and 2013.
  • 'Emigration excluding administrative corrections, Dutch' has been corrected for 1995 and 2012.
  • 'Emigration excluding administrative corrections, Total non-Dutch' has been corrected for 1995 and 2012.
  • 'Emigration excluding administrative corrections, European Union' has been adjusted for 2004, 2005 and 2013.

Foreign migration by country of birth:

  • Various topics related to 'Emigration including administrative corrections' have been added.
  • 'Total immigration' has been corrected for 1993 and 1996.
  • 'Immigration, European Union (excluding the Netherlands)' has been adjusted for 1987 up to and including 1990 and for 2004.
  • 'Immigration, Suriname and the Netherlands Antilles' has been corrected for 2012.
  • 'Immigration, Netherlands Antilles' has been corrected for 2012.
  • 'Emigration excluding administrative corrections, European Union (excluding the Netherlands)' has been adjusted for 1989, 1999 and 2004.
  • 'Emigration excluding administrative corrections, Indonesia' has been corrected for 1994.
  • 'Emigration excluding administrative corrections, Suriname and the Netherlands Antilles' has been corrected for 1997.
  • 'Emigration excluding administrative corrections, Netherlands Antilles' has been corrected for 1997.
  • 'Emigration excluding administrative corrections, Specific emigration areas' has been corrected for 1995.

Foreign migration by country of origin / destination:

  • 'Total immigration' has been corrected for 1996.
  • 'Immigration, European Union (excluding the Netherlands)' has been adjusted for 2004.
  • 'Immigration, Indonesia, Suriname and the Netherlands Antilles' has been corrected for 2007 and 2010 up to and including 2016.
  • 'Immigration, Suriname and the Netherlands Antilles' has been corrected for 2010 up to and including 2016.
  • 'Immigration, Indonesia' has been corrected for 2013.
  • 'Immigration, Netherlands Antilles' has been corrected for 2010 up to and including 2016.
  • 'Emigration excluding administrative corrections, European Union (excluding the Netherlands)' has been adjusted fo...

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