Census 2011

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The Census of 2011 in Greece was conducted by the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) between May 10 and May 24 of that year.

The results showed that the permanent population of Greece is 10,815,197 inhabitants. This breaks down to 5,512,494 females (51%) and 5,302,703 males (49%). The overall figure is a 1.34% drop from the Census of 2001 figure of 10,934,097.

Ethnic composition

Of the general population 9,903,268 are Greek citizens; 199,101 are citizens of other European Union countries; 708,003 are citizens of countries outside the EU and 4,825 have no citizenship or are of unspecified citizenship.

The foreign citizens are:

  • Albanians (52.7%)
  • Bulgarians (8.3%)
  • Romanians (5.1%)
  • Pakistanis (3.7%)
  • Georgians (3.0%)
  • Ukrainians (1.9%)
  • Britons (1.7%)
  • Cypriots (1.6%)
  • Poles (1.6%)

Marital status

  • 50.3% are married.
  • 39.0% are single.
  • 7.6% are widowed
  • 3.1% are divorced

Families

  • 52.0% consist of married couples with children
  • 30.2% consist of married couples without children
  • 12.9% consist of single mothers with children
  • 2.5% consist of single fathers with children
  • 2.0% consist of cohabiting couples without children
  • 0.4% consist of cohabiting couples with children

Other stats

  • The median age of the general population is 41.9 years.

Largest Municipalities

Pos Municipality Population
1 Athens 664,046
2 Thessaloniki 325,182
3 Patra 213,984
4 Iraklio 173,993
5 Piraeus 163,688
6 Larisa 162,591
7 Volos 144,449
8 Peristeri 139,981
9 Rhodes 115,490
10 Ioannina 112,486