Population trends are defined as the development of the population in a geographical unit over a given period. Population trends are informative from a historical, economic and sociological point of view, as they are a cross-sectional indicator resulting from a wide range of other developments.
Similio offers numerous Population since 2011 comparisons with interactive maps. There is a separate map for each Austrian municipality. Further maps for Population since 2011 are available at the level of political districts, landscapes, regions and at the level of federal provinces.
Follow the federal state links to get to the interactive Population since 2011 maps for the federal states.
Keywords on Population since 2011:
rural exodus, emigration, immigration, urbanisation, suburbanisation, bacon belt, history, development, population, inhabitants, city, country, growth, decline, village death, suburbanisation, economy, jobs.
Population development since 2011
Population since 2011: Description
Population since 2011: Highest values
- Kittsee: +45,00%
- Amlach: +29,00%
- Holzhausen: +27,00%
- Mitterndorf: +26,00%
- Untersiebenbrunn: +23,00%
- Bad Deutsch Altenburg: +23,00%
- Wimpassing: +23,00%
- Aldrans: +22,00%
- Eggendorf: +22,00%
- Königstetten: +21,00%