Ranked lists of Spanish autonomous communities

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This article includes several ranked indicators for Spain's autonomous communities, as well as for the autonomous cities of Ceuta and Melilla.

By area[edit]

Spanish autonomies by area.[1]

# Autonomous community Area (km2)  % Comparable country
1  Castile and León 94,223 18.6%  Hungary
2  Andalusia 87,268 17.2%  Azerbaijan
3  Castile–La Mancha 79,463 15.7%  Czech Republic
4  Aragon 47,719 9.4%  Dominican Republic
5  Extremadura 41,634 8.2%   Switzerland
6  Catalonia 32,114 6.3%  Maryland
7  Galicia 29,574 5.8%  Belgium
8  Valencian Community 23,255 4.6%  Djibouti
9  Murcia 11,313 2.2%  The Gambia
10  Asturias 10,604 2.1%  Jamaica
11  Navarre 10,391 2.1%  Jamaica
12  Madrid 8,028 1.6%  Kosovo
13  Canary Islands 7,447 1.5%  Cyprus
14  Basque Country 7,234 1.4%  Brunei
15  Cantabria 5,321 1.05%  Trinidad and Tobago
16  La Rioja (Spain) 5,045 1.0%  Trinidad and Tobago
17  Balearic Islands 4,992 0.99%  Trinidad and Tobago
18  Ceuta 18.5 0.0038%  Saint Barthélemy
19  Melilla 12.3 0.0028%  Saba
Total:   Spain 505,992 100%  Thailand

By length of coastline[edit]

Spanish autonomies by length of coastline.[2]

# Autonomous community Length (km) Comparable country
1 Canary Islands 1,583  Kenya
2 Galicia 1,498  Algeria
3 Balearic Islands 1,428  Senegal
4 Andalusia 945  Hong Kong
5 Catalonia 699  Wales
6 Valencian Community 518  The Gambia
7 Asturias 401  U.S. Virgin Islands
8 Cantabria 284  Antigua and Barbuda
9 Region of Murcia 274  Brunei
10 Basque Country 246  Grenada
11 Ceuta 26  Jordan
12 Melilla 12  Gibraltar
Aragon 0
Castile and León 0
Castile–La Mancha 0
Extremadura 0
La Rioja 0
Community of Madrid 0
Navarre 0
Total:   Spain 7,880  Saudi Arabia

By population[edit]

Map of each community's population as of 2011

Spanish autonomies by population (January 1, 2011).[3]

Rank Region Population (2011) Population (2001) Comparable country
1  Andalusia 8,371,268 7,357,558  United Arab Emirates
2  Catalonia 7,519,838 6,343,110  Bulgaria
3  Madrid 6,421,878 5,423,384  El Salvador
4  Valencian Community 5,009,930 4,162,776  Norway
5  Galicia 2,772,927 2,695,880  Mongolia
6  Castile and León 2,540,251 2,456,474  Jamaica
7  Basque Country 2,185,405 2,082,587  Namibia
8  Castile-La Mancha 2,106,349 1,760,516  Namibia
9  Canary Islands 2,082,655 1,694,477  Lesotho
10  Murcia 1,462,125 1,197,646  Trinidad and Tobago
11  Aragon 1,344,502 1,204,215  Trinidad and Tobago
12  Extremadura 1,104,521 1,058,503  Timor-Leste
13  Balearic Islands 1,100,503 841,669  Timor-Leste
14  Asturias 1,075,179 1,062,998  Timor-Leste
15  Navarre 640,125 555,829  Montenegro
16  Cantabria 592,543 535,131  Macau
17  La Rioja 321,171 276,702  Iceland
18  Ceuta 83,517 71,505  Isle of Man
19  Melilla 81,323 66,411  Isle of Man
Total  Spain 46,704,314 40,847,371  Ukraine

By population density[edit]

Spanish autonomies by population density.[4]

Rank Region Population density (2010) Comparable country
1  Melilla 5,466.14  Hong Kong
2  Ceuta 4,153.56  Gibraltar
3  Madrid 805.08  Guernsey
4  Basque Country 301.32  El Salvador
5  Canary Islands 284.3  American Samoa
6  Catalonia 233.29  Pakistan
7  Balearic Islands 220.33  Germany
8  Valencia 219.74  Cayman Islands
9  Murcia 129.27  Denmark
10  Cantabria 111.7  Slovakia
11  Asturias 102.19  Cuba
12  Andalusia 95.55  Dominica
13  Galicia 94.29  Spain
14  La Rioja 63.95  Burkina Faso
15  Navarre 61.33  Ecuador
16  Aragon 28.22  Laos
17  Castile and León 27.16  Kyrgyzstan
18  Extremadura 26.56  Kyrgyzstan
19  Castile-La Mancha 26.42  Bahamas
Total  Spain 92  Serbia

By economy[edit]

By GRP[edit]

GRP (nominal)[edit]

Spanish autonomies by gross regional product (nominal) in 2010 international dollars.[5]

# Autonomous community Int$ (MM, 2010) Comparable country
1 Catalonia 262,388  Massachusetts
2 Community of Madrid 252,407  Finland
3 Andalusia 189,978  Czech Republic
4 Valencian Community 135,310  Ukraine
5 Basque Country 88,692  Slovakia
6 Castile and León 75,937  Puerto Rico
7 Galicia 73,752  Puerto Rico
8 Canary Islands 54,737  Belarus
9 Castile–La Mancha 47,611  Bulgaria
10 Aragon 43,294  Tunisia
11 Region of Murcia 36,225  Lithuania
12 Balearic Islands 35,304  Costa Rica
13 Asturias 30,645  Ghana
14 Navarre 24,654  Latvia
15 Extremadura 24,130  Latvia
16 Cantabria 18,000  Paraguay
17 La Rioja 10,432  Brunei
18 Ceuta 2,194  Lesotho
19 Melilla 2,037  Sierra Leone
Total:   Spain 1,408,711  Canada

GRP (PPP) per capita per international dollars[edit]

Spanish autonomies by gross regional product per capita at purchasing power parity (PPP) in 2010 international dollars.[6]

# Autonomous community Int$ (2010)  Comparable country
1 Basque Country 40,457  Netherlands
2 Navarre 38,736  Ireland
3 Community of Madrid 38,712  Ireland
4 Catalonia 34,952  Taiwan
5 La Rioja 32,326  Israel
6 Aragon 32,152  Israel
7 Balearic Islands 31,876  Israel
8 Cantabria 30,315  The Bahamas
9 Castile and León 29,682  The Bahamas
10 Ceuta 28,372  New Zealand
11 Asturias 28,271  New Zealand
12 Melilla 26,915  Bahrain
13 Valencian Community 26,441  Greece
14 Galicia 26,283  Czech Republic
15 Canary Islands 25,512  Malta
16 Region of Murcia 24,101  Barbados
17 Castile–La Mancha 22,766  Seychelles
18 Andalusia 22,487  Seychelles
19 Extremadura 21,742  Slovakia
Average:   Spain 29,810  Bahamas

GRP (PPP) per capita per euro[edit]

# Autonomous community Euro (2012)[7]  Percentage change
to the
national average[7]
1 Basque Country 30,829 +35,4%
2 Community of Madrid 29,385 +29,0%
3 Navarre 29,071 +27,7%
4 Catalonia 27,248 +19,7%
5 Aragon 25,540 +12,2%
6 La Rioja 25,508 +12,0%
7 Balearic Islands 24,393 +7,1%
8 Cantabria 22,341 -1,9%
9 Castile and León 22,289 -2,1%
10 Asturias 21,035 -7,6%
11 Galicia 20,723 -9,0%
12 Valencian Community 19,964 -12,3%
13 Canary Islands 19,568 -14,1%
14 Ceuta 19,335 -15,1%
15 Region of Murcia 18,520 -18,7%
16 Castile–La Mancha 17,698 -22,3%
17 Melilla 16,981 -25,4%
18 Andalusia 16,960 -25,5%
19 Extremadura 15,394 -32,4%
Average:   Spain 22,772 ---

By economic activity[edit]

By employment rate[edit]

By unemployment rate[edit]

Spanish autonomies by unemployment rate, according to the Bank of Spain (1st quarter 2012)[8] and EPA (Encuesta de Población Activa, June 2012)[9][10]

# Autonomous community Un. rate (%) 
Bank of Spain
Un. rate (%) 
EPA
Comparable country
1 Andalusia 33.2 33.92  Yemen
2 Canary Islands 32.3 33.14  Macedonia
3 Extremadura 32.1 33.38  Macedonia
4 Ceuta 30.4 39.47  Equatorial Guinea
Melilla 30.27
5 Balearic Islands 28.0 21.27  Honduras
6 Valencian Community 27.3 27.10  Bosnia and Herzegovina
7 Castile–La Mancha 27.2 28.72  Bosnia and Herzegovina
8 Region of Murcia 27.0 26.19  Bosnia and Herzegovina
9 Catalonia 22.2 21.95  Lithuania
10 Asturias 20.4 21.03  East Timor
11 Galicia 20.2 21.07  East Timor
12 La Rioja 20.1 22.71  East Timor
13 Castile and León 19.3 19.76  Sudan
14 Community of Madrid 18.7 18.86  Sudan
15 Cantabria 18.6 17.38  Sudan
16 Aragon 18.4 18.64  Sudan
17 Navarre 16.3 16.41  Georgia
18 Basque Country 13.6 14.56  Slovakia
Average:   Spain 24.4 24.63  Nigeria

By economic growth[edit]

Spanish autonomies by real GRP growth rate (2010–2011).[11]

# Autonomous community Growth (%)
2010–2011
Growth (%)
2008–2010
Growth (%)
2008–2011
Comparable country
(period 2010–2011)
1 Canary Islands 2.1 -4.5 -0.81   Switzerland
2 Balearic Islands 1.8 -4.5 -0.93  Barbados
3 Navarre 1.5 -2.4 -0.33  Denmark
4 Basque Country 1.3 -3.3 -0.67  Egypt
5 Castile and León 1.3 -2.0 -0.24  Egypt
6 Community of Madrid 0.9 -2.6 -0.60  Dominica
7 La Rioja 0.8 -4.8 -1.35  Croatia
8 Catalonia 0.8 -3.4 1  Germany
9 Cantabria 0.7 -3.9 -1.07  Italy
10 Valencian Community 0.4 -6.4 -2.07  Azerbaijan
11 Ceuta 0.4 -1.3 -0.33  Azerbaijan
12 Asturias 0.3 -5.0 -1.57  Azerbaijan
13 Aragon 0.3 -4.4 -1.38  Azerbaijan
14 Galicia 0.3 -3.3 -1.02  Azerbaijan
15 Melilla 0.2 -0.6 -0.13  Azerbaijan
16 Andalusia 0.2 -4.3 -1.40  Azerbaijan
17 Castile–La Mancha 0.0 -4.8 -1.61  Tunisia
18 Region of Murcia 0.0 -4.9 -1.68  Tunisia
19 Extremadura -0.3 -3.2 -1.16  Sudan
Average:   Spain 0.7 -3.8 -1.05  Italy

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ranking of Spain's autonomous communities by area. classora.com
  2. ^ Ranking of Spain's autonomous communities by length of coastline. classora.com
  3. ^ [1]
  4. ^ [2]
  5. ^ National Statistics Office (Spain's GSP and GDP), National Statistics Office. GDP Figures of Spanish autonomous communities and provinces 2000–2010.
  6. ^ National Statistics Office (Spain's GRP and GDP per capita), International Monetary Fund's September 2011 database (Spain's implied PPP conversion rate, GDP (PPP) per capita for world countries).
  7. ^ a b Producto Interior Bruto regional. Año 2012 - Instituto Nacional de Estadistica, 2013
  8. ^ Unemployment rate by autonomous communities. Bank of Spain.
  9. ^ Paro en España (Unemployment rate in Spain). El País.
  10. ^ Ranking of Spain's autonomous communities by unemployment rate. classora.com
  11. ^ Regional accounts report, p. 2–5. National Statistic Institute (Instituto Nacional de Estadística, INE).