Indonesia 2000 census

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The Indonesia 2000 census or Indonesia Census 2000 was carried out with the fix-date 2000-06-30 and counted 203 million people, a revised figure of 206 264 595 people with estimates was deemed as official. In some provinces, notably then secessionist Aceh, estimates had to be made, and the census was criticized internationally for significant underreporting.

The census also asked for ethnicity. 101 ethnic groups were identified, but there are probably thousands.[1]

Between the year 2000 and 2010, there were various surveys conducted, including the 2007 nationwide Socio-economic survey.

The latest census conducted in Indonesia was the Indonesia 2010 Census, in which preliminary results have been trickling in.

Province rankings[edit]

2000 Indonesian province Population Rankings
Rank Province Population
1 West Java 35,729,537
2 East Java 34,783,640
3 Central Java 31,228,940
4 North Sumatra 11,649,655
5 Jakarta 8,389,443
6 Banten 8,098,780
7 South Sulawesi 8,059,627
8 South Sumatera 6,899,675
9 Lampung 6,741,439
10 Riau 4,957,627
11 West Sumatra 4,248,931
12 West Kalimantan 4,034,198
13 West Nusa Tenggara 4,009,261
14 East Nusa Tenggara 3,952,279
15 Aceh 3,930,905
16 Bali 3,151,162
17 Special Region of Yogyakarta 3,122,268
18 South Kalimantan 2,985,240
19 East Kalimantan 2,455,120
20 Jambi 2,413,846
21 Papua 2,220,934
22 Central Sulawesi 2,218,435
23 North Sulawesi 2,012,098
24 Central Kalimantan 1,857,000
25 South East Sulawesi 1,821,284
26 Bengkulu 1,567,432
27 Maluku 1,205,539
28 Bangka Belitung 900,197
29 Gorontalo 835,044
30 North Maluku 785,059
-- Total 206,264,595

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