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2014-06-03Article15.3 million people have a migrant background

Roughly 15.3 million people with a migrant background lived in Germany on 9 May 2011.

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2014-06-02Article58% of all couples with children live in their own home

On the census reference date of 9 May 2011, 45% of all households in Germany lived in their own home.

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2014-05-30ArticleMen twice as often in executive positions as women

According to the census results for reference date 9 May 2011, 6.8% (1.5 million) of the total of 21.4 million men in employment worked as executives (Corrections on June 10, 2014).

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2014-05-28ArticleMore than a third of the households in Germany are single households

The proportion of single households in Germany is 37.2%; thus 17.1% if the population live alone. Among those 13.4 million people, just 17.6% are less than 30 years old. 42.0% of them live in cities with 100,000 or more inhabitants.

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2014-04-10Article2011 Census: just under a quarter of foreigners originate from Turkey

There are just under 6.2 million foreigners in Germany. On census reference date 9 May 2011, Turks accounted for the largest group (1.5 million people or 24.4%), followed by Italians (just under 490,000 people or 7.9%). The Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) also reports that the number of inhabitants with Polish citizenship was roughly 380,000 (6.2%), those with Greek citizenship a good 250,000 (4.1%) and those with Croatian citizenship just under 210,000 (3.4%). These figures are based on the 2011 Census.

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2013-06-27Article2011 census microdata for scientific purposes

The research data centres of the Federal Statistical Office and the statistical offices of the Länder are going to make 2011 census microdata available for researcher’s own analyses.

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2013-05-31Article80.2 million inhabitants lived in Germany on 9 May 2011

According to the 2011 Census results now available, 80.2 million inhabitants lived in Germany on 9 May 2011. About 74 million (92.3%) of the approximately 80.2 million inhabitants had the German citizenship. Just under 6.2 million inhabitants (7.7%) had a foreign citizenship.

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2013-05-31ArticleToday's press conferences held by the statistical offices on the census results

You can access the full range of today`s press releases on the 2011 Census, though only in the German language.

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2013-05-31DownloadUser information on SAFE

The individual data of the 2011 Census are subject to statistical confidentiality according to Article 16 of the Federal Statistics Law. In the 2011 Census, statistical confidentiality is ensured through the SAFE procedure.

2013-05-23ArticleCensus results of great significance: numbers of inhabitants - Part 6: Statistics

We statisticians are also waiting for the results of the 2011 Census. After all, many sets of statistics are based on official numbers of inhabitants.

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