Population projections [tps00002]

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Population projections show how the population size and structure would change if the assumptions made regarding fertility, mortality and migration remained true over the whole projection period. Even though they are hypothetical ‘what-if’ exercises, population projections help the public, statisticians and policymakers understand population dynamics. Population refers to 1st January population for the respective years.

Updated by provider on October 22, 2022 (12:32 AM)

Frequency [FREQ]
Type of projection [projection]
Unit of measure [unit]
Age class [age]
Sex [sex]
Geopolitical entity (reporting) [geo]

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Dimension codes and labels
[FREQ] Frequency
  • [A] Annual
[projection] Type of projection
  • [BSL] Baseline projections
[unit] Unit of measure
  • [PER] Person
[age] Age class
  • [TOTAL] Total
[sex] Sex
  • [F] Females
  • [M] Males
  • [T] Total
[geo] Geopolitical entity (reporting)
  • [AT] Austria
  • [BE] Belgium
  • [BG] Bulgaria
  • [CH] Switzerland
  • [CY] Cyprus
  • [CZ] Czechia
  • [DE] Germany (until 1990 former territory of the FRG)
  • [DK] Denmark
  • [EA19] Euro area - 19 countries (from 2015)
  • [EE] Estonia
  • [EL] Greece
  • [ES] Spain
  • [EU27_2020] European Union - 27 countries (from 2020)
  • [FI] Finland
  • [FR] France
  • [HR] Croatia
  • [HU] Hungary
  • [IE] Ireland
  • [IS] Iceland
  • [IT] Italy
  • [LI] Liechtenstein
  • [LT] Lithuania
  • [LU] Luxembourg
  • [LV] Latvia
  • [MT] Malta
  • [NL] Netherlands
  • [NO] Norway
  • [PL] Poland
  • [PT] Portugal
  • [RO] Romania
  • [SE] Sweden
  • [SI] Slovenia
  • [SK] Slovakia
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