The population of Europe between 1990 – 2020. In one of my previous articles, I examined the change in population in the countries of the former USSR during the period 1990-2019. Today I propose to familiarize yourself with a similar indicator in European countries.
Changes in the population of Europe between 1990 – 2020
Data for analysis were taken from the site of Eurostat, Rosstat and some other databases. The output is such a picture:
As we see, the largest population growth is in Luxembourg (+ 64.0%) , followed by Cyprus (+ 57.5%) and Turkey (+ 56.4%) . It should be said that the basis of population growth is migration flows from countries of Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa. And among countries with population outflows, the leader is Latvia (-29.2%) .
In Russia and Ukraine, there is also an outflow of the population. But, if you are interested in analysis from the plane of migration attractiveness of certain countries and natural growth, then take into account the events of 2014 – for Russia, the annexation of Crimea meant (+ 1.3%) in population, while for Ukraine it was an outflow equal (-5.1%) . Thus, in Russia (-2.4%) , Ukraine (-9.9%) .