Eurostat Population projections

The latest population projections were released by Eurostat in July 2020. They provide data at national level across 31 European countries, covering the period 2019 to 2100.

These population projections were produced using data for 1 January 2019 as a starting point. They are calculations showing how the population size and structure change given specific assumptions on future developments for fertility; mortality and net migration.

Table codeDescription
proj_19naasfrAssumptions for fertility rates by age and type of projection
proj_19naasmrAssumptions for mortality rates by age; sex and type of projection
proj_19nalexpy0Assumptions for life expectancy at birth by age; sex and type of projection
proj_19nanmigAssumptions for net migration by age; sex and type of projection
proj_19ndbiDemographic balances and indicators by type of projection
proj_19npPopulation on 1st January by age; sex and type of projection


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Additional Info

Dataset ID proj
Data Frequency annual
Temporal Coverage Start 1905-07-10
Temporal Coverage End 1905-09-30
Status Active
Spatial Coverage European Union ; Iceland ; Liechtenstein ; Norway ; Switzerland
Mode Database
Data Type projections
Accessed On 2019-10-08
Category official statistics

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