Demographics of Andorra

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This article is about the demographic features of the population of Andorra, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population.

Andorrans, who are ethnically Catalans, are a minority in their own country; Spanish, French, and Portuguese residents make up 67.7% of the population.

Historical populations
YearPop.±% p.a.
19506,176—    
19608,392+3.11%
197019,545+8.82%
198035,460+6.14%
199054,507+4.39%
200065,844+1.91%
201085,015+2.59%
201578,014−1.70%
Source: Departament d'Estadística d'Andorra[1]

The national language is Catalan, a Romance language in the Western Romance group. It is spoken by more than 12 million people in the nearer territories. Spanish, French, and Portuguese also are spoken.

Andorrans live in seven urbanized valleys that form Andorra's political districts the seven parròquies (parishes):

Vital statistics[edit]

From state sources:[2]

Average population Live births Deaths pop. growth rate Crude birth rate (per 1000) Crude death rate (per 1000) yearly change Fertility rate
1948 5,500 92 58 16.6 10.5
1949 5,800 85 48 14.6 8.2
1950 6,100 94 61 7.99% 15.5 10.1
1951 6,200 104 63 8.00% 16.7 10.1
1952 6,100 98 49 8.34% 16.1 8.0
1953 5,700 101 53 8.46% 17.6 9.3
1954 5,500 96 51 8.43% 17.3 9.2
1955 5,800 108 55 8.32% 18.5 9.4 608
1956 6,200 110 61 8.14% 17.7 9.8
1957 6,300 111 47 7.95% 17.6 7.4
1958 6,800 138 55 7.75% 20.4 8.1
1959 7,200 157 57 7.56% 21.9 7.9
1960 7,800 180 73 7.36% 23.0 9.3 836
1961 8,700 185 61 7.17% 21.3 7.0
1962 9,600 242 72 6.96% 25.1 7.5
1963 10,800 262 75 6.72% 24.2 6.9
1964 11,800 275 77 6.46% 23.3 6.5
1965 12,900 308 75 6.19% 23.9 5.8 1,027
1966 14,000 292 88 5.9% 20.9 6.3
1967 15,000 330 93 5.64% 22.1 6.2
1968 16,400 375 96 5.46% 22.9 5.9
1969 17,700 390 113 5.36% 22.0 6.4
1970 18,900 395 102 5.28% 20.9 5.4 1,146
1971 20,000 414 91 5.28% 20.7 4.5
1972 21,000 487 110 5.21% 23.2 5.2
1973 22,300 475 132 4.98% 21.3 5.9
1974 23,900 545 116 4.54% 22.8 4.8
1975 25,700 515 88 4.04% 20.1 3.4 1,285
1976 26,700 469 143 3.5% 17.6 5.4
1977 27,500 469 122 3.11% 17.1 4.4
1978 29,100 441 140 2.98% 15.2 4.8
1979 30,700 420 110 3.18% 13.7 3.6
1980 33,400 577 153 3.57% 17.3 4.6 1,071
1981 36,600 560 156 3.99% 15.3 4.3
1982 38,900 630 127 4.29% 16.2 3.3
1983 40,800 563 157 4.47% 13.8 3.8
1984 42,200 472 164 4.51% 11.2 3.9
1985 43,700 557 165 4.43% 12.8 3.8 1,707
1986 45,800 547 179 4.3% 11.9 3.9
1987 47,700 527 176 4.18% 11.0 3.7
1988 49,500 572 206 4.07% 11.6 4.2
1989 50,700 634 209 4.0% 12.5 4.1
1990 52,700 628 191 3.93% 11.9 3.6 1,983
1991 56,800 678 217 3.97% 11.9 3.8
1992 60,300 729 219 3.93 12.1 3.6
1993 63,400 723 211 3.56% 11.4 3.3
1994 64,800 704 184 2.79% 10.9 2.8
1995 64,100 702 219 1.83% 11.0 3.4 1,869
1996 64,200 700 197 0.68% 10.9 3.1
1997 64,900 730 197 -0.22% 11.2 3.0
1998 65,600 781 235 -0.4% 11.9 3.6
1999 65,900 823 207 0.43% 12.5 3.1
2000 65,900 747 259 1.93% 11.3 3.9 309
2001 66,100 777 237 3.63% 11.8 3.6
2002 66,700 749 218 4.83% 11.2 3.3
2003 69,700 721 221 5.26% 10.3 3.2
2004 74,600 814 281 4.75% 10.9 3.8
2005 77,700 828 276 3.68% 10.7 3.6 3,165
2006 79,900 843 260 2.65% 10.6 3.3
2007 82,200 826 230 1.81% 10.1 2.8
2008 83,800 875 237 0.87% 10.4 2.8
2009 84,300 838 272 0.2% 9.9 3.2
2010 85,015 828 239 -0.17% 9.7 2.8 639 1.41
2011 78,115 793 275 -2.48% 10.2 3.5 1.38
2012 76,246 737 303 -3.66% 9.7 4.0 1.33
2013 75,902 637 239 -4.3% 9.1 3.4 1.18
2014 72,786 639 276 -4.11% 9.0 3.9 1.21
2015 70,473 659 282 -3.18 9.2 3.9 -2,789 1.23
2016 73,105 634 310 -1.86% 8.7 4.2 1.19
2017 79,474 588 323 7.8 4.3 1.13

CIA World Factbook demographic statistics[edit]

The following demographic statistics are from the CIA World Factbook, unless otherwise indicated.

Population[edit]

85,458 (July 2014 est.)
country comparison to the world: 201

Age structure[edit]

0-14 years: 15.3% (male 6,708/female 6,379)
15-24 years: 9.2% (male 4,078/female 3,766)
25-54 years: 48.7% (male 21,395/female 20,231)
55-64 years: 12.5% (male 5,756/female 4,957)
65 years and over: 14.3% (male 6,145/female 6,043) (2014 est.)

Median age[edit]

Total: 42.4 years
Male: 42.6 years
Female: 42.3 years (2014 est.)

Urbanization[edit]

Urban population: 89% of total population (2008)
Rate of urbanization: -0.2% annual rate of change (2005-10 est.)

Sex ratio[edit]

At birth: 1.07 male(s)/female
Under 15 years: 1.06 male(s)/female
15-64 years: 1.09 male(s)/female
65 years and over: 0.98 male(s)/female
Total population: 1.07 male(s)/female (2009 est.)

Infant mortality rate[edit]

Total: 3.76 deaths/1,000 live births
country comparison to the world: 212
Male: 3.78 deaths/1,000 live births
Female: 3.74 deaths/1,000 live births (2009 est.)

Life expectancy at birth[edit]

Total population: 82.65 years
Country comparison to the world: 7
Male: 80.51 years
Female: 84.92 years (2014 est.)

Total fertility rate[edit]

1.38 children born/woman (2014 est.)
country comparison to the world: 2.10

HIV/AIDS[edit]

Adult prevalence rate: NA%
People living with HIV/AIDS: NA%
HIV/AIDS - deaths: NA%

Nationality[edit]

Noun: Andorran(s)
Adjective: Andorran

Ethnic groups[edit]

Andorrans 33%
Spanish 23% (who are divided into Spanish and Catalan speakers)
Portuguese 21%
French 17%
Arabs 3% (North African immigrants)
Other 3% (1998) (including Britons and Italians)
(These figures correspond to citizenship and not mother tongue or nationality.)

Religions[edit]

Andorra religiosity (Census 2011)
Roman Catholic
90.1%
Protestant
2.1%
Other Christian
1.8%
Other religions
0.7%
No response
2.8%
No religion
2.5%





Languages[edit]

Catalan (official), Spanish, French, Portuguese and English

Literacy[edit]

Definition: NA
Total population: 100%
Male: 100%
Female: 100%

School life expectancy (primary to tertiary education)[edit]

Total: 11 years (2006)

Education expenditure[edit]

2.3% of total GDP (2006)
country comparison to the world: 162

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