Demographics of the Kingdom of Hungary

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Map of the counties in the Lands of the Crown of St. Stephen (the Kingdom of Hungary proper and Croatia-Slavonia) around 1880
Proportion of Hungarians in Hungary, 1890 census based on the most commonly spoken languages

This article is a list census data of counties in the Kingdom of Hungary during the time period between 1715 and 1910. The list contains only 39 counties of the total 72 counties of pre Trianon Hungary.

Census data of Hungary (proper)[edit]

(The data doesn't include the population of the counties of present-day Hungary)

Abaúj-Torna[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Hungarian 156,668
Slovak 36,067
German 6,520
Russniak 378
Romanian 127
Croatian 63
Serbian 21
Other 2,444


Alsó-Fehér[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Romanian 171,483
Hungarian 39,107
German 7,269


Arad[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Romanian 239,755
Hungarian 124,215
German 38,695
Slovak 5,451
Serbian 2,138


Árva[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Slovak 59,096
Polish 16,131
Hungarian 2,000
German 1,518


Bács-Bodrog[edit]

1715 census

Ethnic group Population (%)
Serbs 97.6%


1720 census

Ethnic group Population %
Serbs 76,000 73%
Bunjevci and Šokci 22,000 21%
Hungarians 5,019 -
Germans 750 -


1820 census

Ethnic group Population %
Serbs, Bunjevci, Šokci 170,942 44%
Hungarians 121,688 31%
Germans 91,016 23%


1910 census (population by language)

Language Population %
Hungarian 363,518 44.75%
German 190,697 23.47%
Serbian 145,063 17.86%
Slovak 30,137 -
Russniak 10,760 -
Croatian 1,279 -
Romanian 386 -
other (mostly Bunjevac and Šokac) 70,545 -

Baranya[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Hungarian 199,659
German 112,297
Serbian 13,048
Croatian 10,159


Bars[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Slovak 97,824
Hungarian 62,022
German 17,366


Beszterce-Naszód[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Romanian 87,564
German 25,609
Hungarian 10,737


Fogaras[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Romanian 84,436
Hungarian 6,466
German 3,236


Hunyad[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Romanian 271,675
Hungarian 52,720
German 8,101
Slovak 1,024


Kis-Küküllő[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Romanian 55,585
Hungarian 34,902
German 20,272


Kolozs[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Romanian 161,279
Hungarian 111,439
German 8,386


Krassó-Szörény[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Romanian 336,082
Hungarian 33,787
German 55,883
Serbian 14,674
Slovak 2,908
Russniak 2,351


Liptó[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Slovak 78,098
Hungarian 4,365
German 2,591


Máramaros[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Ruthenian 159,489
Romanian 84,510
German 59,552
Hungarian 52,964


Moson[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
German 51,997
Hungarian 33,006
Croatian 8,123


Nagy-Küküllő[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
German 62,224
Romanian 60,381
Hungarian 18,474


Nyitra[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Slovak 324,664
Hungarian 100,324
German 27,937


Pozsony[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Slovak 166,017
Hungarian 163,367
German 53,822
Croatian 1,934


Sáros[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Slovak 101,855
Ruthenian 38,500
Hungarian 18,088
German 9,447


Szeben[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Romanian 113,672
German 49,757
Hungarian 10,159


Szepes[edit]

1869 census

Language Population (%)
Slovak 50.4%
German 35%
Ruthenian/Rusyn 13.8%
Hungarian 0.7%


1900 census

Language Population (%)
Slovak 58.2%
German 25%
Ruthenian/Rusyn 8.4%
Hungarian 6%


1910 census

Language Population (%)
Slovak 58%
German 25%
Ruthenian/Rusyn 8%
Hungarian 6%


Szilágy[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Romanian 136,087
Hungarian 87,312
Slovak 3,727


Szolnok-Doboka[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Romanian 189,443
Hungarian 52,181
Slovak 6,902


Temes[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Romanian 169,030
German 165,883
Hungarian 79,960
Serbian 69,905
Slovak 3,080


Torda-Aranyos[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Romanian 125,668
Hungarian 44,630

Torontál[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Serbian 199,750
German 165,779
Hungarian 128,405
Romanian 86,937
Slovak 16,143
Croatian 4,203


Trencsén[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Slovak 284,770
Hungarian 13,204
German 9,029


Turóc[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Slovak 38,432
German 10,993
Hungarian 5,560


Ung[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Ruthenian 61,711
Hungarian 53,824
Slovak 36,364
German 8,383

Zólyom[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Slovak 113,294
Hungarian 16,509
German 2,124

Croatia-Slavonia[edit]

Bjelovar-Križevci[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Croatian 253,687
Serbian 44,533
Hungarian 14,224
German 4,235


Lika-Krbava[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Serbian 104,036
Croatian 100,346


Modruš-Rijeka[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Croatian 152,210
Serbian 74,894


Požega[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Croatian 142,616
Serbian 66,783
Hungarian 16,462
German 13,143
Slovak 3,352
Rusyn 2,888


Syrmia[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Serbian 183,109
Croatian 106,198
German 68,086
Hungarian 29,522
Slovak 13,841
Russniak 4,642


Varaždin[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Croatian 300,033
Serbian 2,384
German 1,172
Hungarian 1,095


Virovitica[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Croatian 137,394
Serbian 46,658
German 40,766
Hungarian 37,656
Slovak 3,691


Zagreb[edit]

1910 census (population by language)

Language Population
Croatian 445,870
Serbian 122,558
Hungarian 6,068
German 6,016

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