Slovaks in the Czech Republic

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Slovaks citizens in the Czech Republic as of December 31
Year Pop. ±%
2011 81,253 —    
2012 85,807 +5.6%
2013 90,948 +6.0%
Source: [1][2]

Slovaks in the Czech Republic are the country's second-largest ethnic minority; after the Moravians, who are native to the Czech Republic. The American CIA puts them at 1.9% of the country's total population.[3] Larger numbers of them can be found in the country's east, especially Ostrava and Brno; as the Czech Republic shares a border in the east with Slovakia.


  • Andrej Babiš, Czech politician and businessman of Slovak origin

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