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About number and composition population of VINNYTSIA REGION
by All-Ukrainian Population Census 2001 data

   During the All-Ukrainian census of the population besides actual there have been accounted permanent population, which is used in calculations of indices, characterizing socio-economic structure of the population. Permanent population of region, as of 5 December 2001 accounted for 1,763.9 thousand people, including men - 804.7 thousand people, or 45.6%, that of women - 959.2 thousand people, or 54.4%, urban population – 809.1 thousand people, or 45.9%, that of rural population – 954.8 thousand people, or 51.1%.
   Among permanent population citizens of Ukraine totalled 1,757.1 thousand people, citizens of other countries – 4.2 thousand people, including citizens of CIS (Commonwealth Independent States) – 3.9 thousand people. There were about 2.6 thousand persons without citizenship in region and those who haven’t specify their citizenship – 22 personsd. Mostly, citizens of other countries, permanently residing in region, lived in Yampil (0.6%), Murovani Kurylivtsi, Pischanka (0.4%), Bershad, Haisyn, Mohyliv-Podilskyi, Nemyriv (0.3%) districts and Vinnytsia town (0.3%). The less part of citizens of other countries permanently living in Kalynivka district, Kryzhopil district, Lypovets district, Lityn district, Pohrebysche district, Khmilnyk district, Sharhorod district (0.1%).

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   In the chapter:

 Total number of actual population
 Urban and rural population
 Gender structure of the population
 Number of cities
 Permanent population
 Age composition of population
 National composition of population
 Linguistic composition of the population
 Educational standard of the population
 Marital status of the population

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