Demographic trends of the resident population in Italy from 2001 to 2013

Graphs and statistics ISTAT data as of December 31 of each year.



The resident population in Italy to the 2011 Census (October 9, 2011) was composed of 59,433,744 people, while municipal Registries registered 60,785,753. There was, therefore, a negative difference between the population census and the population registry amounted to 1,352,009 units (-2.22%).
The graphs and tables on this page show the data actually recorded in official population registry offices.


Percentage changes in population

Annual variations of Italian population expressed in percentages.


  Statistical data from the National Satistical Institute, ISTAT.


Migration of the population

The chart below shows the migration, in terms of the number of changes of residence, from Italy to abroad and vice versa. The changes of residence are reported as registered (iscritti) and canceled (cancellati) from Italian Municipalities.


 Statistical data from the National Satistical Institute, ISTAT.


Natural movement of the population

The natural movement of a population in a year is determined by the difference between births and deaths also called natural balance. The two lines of the graph below show the relationship between births and deaths in recent years. The performance of the natural balance is viewed from between the two lines.


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