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key to font size: sqrt (population in million/10) e.g. Russians: 122 million – sqrt(12.2)=349%; Portuguese: 11.6 million – sqrt(1.16)=108%; Icelanders: 0.25 million – sqrt(.025)=16%, but shown as 45% (minimal font size)

Data[edit]

"The Peoples of Europe by Demographic Size, Table 1", Pan & Pfeil (2003).[1]

Rank
(by population size)
People Population
(million people)
1. Russians (Europe and Asia) 122
2. Germans (i.e. German speakers, including Germans, Austrians, German-speaking Swiss, Alsatians, Lorrainers, South Tyroleans, German-speaking Belgians, North Schleswigers etc.) 89.3
3. Italians 57.0
4. Turks (Asia and Europe) 56.5
5. French (i.e. French speakers, including French, Walloons, French-speaking Swiss, Provençals) 55.0
6. English 46.0
7. Ukrainians (including Ruthenians) 43.2
8. Poles 38.4
9. Spaniards (including Andalusians, Aragonese, Asturians, Cantabrians, Canarians, Castilians, Extremadurans, Leonese, Mirandese and Barranquenhos) 31.1
10. Romanians (including Moldovans) 22.5
11. Dutch (including Flemings) 20.7
12. Greeks 13.9
13. Portuguese (including Galicians) 11.6
14. Hungarians 11.6
15. Catalans (including Algherese, Andorrans, Balearics and Valencians) 11.5
16. Belorusians 10.2
17. Czechs (including Moravians) 9.80
18. Swedes 8.00
19. Serbs 7.70
20. Bulgarians (including Pomaks) 6.70
21. Irish 6.10
22. Occitans (including Aranese) 5.95
23. Tatars (including Crimean Tatars) 5.70
24. Scots 5.50
25. Finns 5.34
26. Albanians 5.30
27. Danes 5.10
28. Slovaks 5.00
29. Croats 4.80
30. Norwegians 4.10
31. Romany / Sinti 3.80
32. Lithuanians 3.10
33. Slovenes 1.90
34. Chuvash 1.80
35. Macedonians 1.58
36. Bosniaks 1.56
37. Latvians 1.42
38. Bashkirs 1.35
39. Jews 1.30
40. Mordvins 1.10
41. Estonians 1.00
42. Chechens 0.900
43. Udmurts 0.715
44. Karelians 0.700
45. Basques 0.667
46. Mari 0.644
47. Rhaeto-Romanics (Friulians, Ladins, Romansh) 0.621
48. Montenegrins 0.550
49. Avars 0.544
50. Welsh 0.543
51. Kashubians 0.500
52. Frisians 0.462
53. Bretons 0.450
54. Ossetians 0.400
55. Kabardin 0.386
56. Maltese 0.374
57. Dargins 0.353
58. Aromanians 0.336
59. Komi Zyryan 0.336
60. Luxembourgers 0.308
61. Kumyks 0.277
62. Lezgins 0.257
63. Icelanders 0.250
64. Ingushetians 0.215
65. Gagauz 0.200
66. Circassians (Adygei) 0.174
67. Kalmyks 0.166
68. Karachays 0.150
69. Komi Permyaks 0.147
70. Lak 0.102
71. Tabasarans 0.094
72. Sami 0.093
73. Balkars 0.078
74. Nogais 0.074
75. Sorbs 0.060
76. Greenlanders (Inuit) 0.056
77. Faroese 0.045
78. Rutuls 0.020
79. Tats 0.019
80. Vepsians 0.012
81. Tsakhurs 0.0065
82. Karaim 0.0046
83. Izhorians (Ingrians) 0.0011
84. Cornish 0.0010
85. Manx Gaels 0.0003
86. Livs 0.0001

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Pan, Christoph; Pfeil, Beate S. (2003). "The Peoples of Europe by Demographic Size, Table 1". National Minorities in Europe: Handbook. Wien: Braumueller. p. 11f. ISBN 978-3-7003-1443-1.  (a breakdown by country of these 87 groups is given in Table 5, pp. 17-31.)

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