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« on: January 03, 2009, 11:20:10 am »

Insee will release the results of the 2006 census throughout the year, starting in July 2009.

Insee has a schedule here.

As a goodie, Geoclip has updated its interactive map interface with 2006 populations of every commune (for now). It still has 1999 and 1990 populations.

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« Reply #1 on: January 03, 2009, 08:22:37 pm »

This seems like a long time to release results. The US Census works on a 9-18 month release schedule. Is there a specific reason for the time lag?
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« Reply #2 on: January 03, 2009, 11:15:28 pm »

This seems like a long time to release results. The US Census works on a 9-18 month release schedule. Is there a specific reason for the time lag?

They were on strike for 18 months, had 9 months of paid vacation, 1 month of sick leave, 2 months of maternity leave, 11 days of bereavement leave, and 4 days where they had absolutely no idea where or who they were.

The rest was spent compiling results.  Tongue
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« Reply #3 on: January 04, 2009, 01:50:16 am »

It should be noted that the French Census is not a traditional one, but instead it's a mix of a traditional one, a register-based and extrapolated one on a rolling basis. From Germany's 2011 Census page on the methods of the 2011 Censuses in Europe:

Rolling census in France

"In France it is planned to apply a method which is unique in Europe: With a rolling system, data are collected only from part of the population every year. Within a survey cycle of five years, a full census will be conducted in the municipalities with less than 10,000 inhabitants; in municipalities with 10,000 inhabitants and more, only sample surveys will be conducted, covering about 40 percent of the municipalityís inhabitants. As half of the French live in smaller municipalities, some 70 percent of the population will entirely be covered with this method. For the remaining 30 percent, expansions will be required. The first publication of a population figure based on the new method is scheduled for 2008, referring to 2006. Then, annual results will be available."

http://www.zensus2011.de/Statistik-Portal/en/Zensus/en_zensenA.asp
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« Reply #4 on: January 04, 2009, 08:46:42 am »

Population: 63 185 925 up from 60 185 831 in 1999.

Only Champagne-Ardennes has a decline in population, -0.26%. Corse has +13.04% and Languedoc-Roussillon has +10.39%.

There are 2 181 371 Parisians. That's 2 181 371 too much. Wink
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« Reply #5 on: January 04, 2009, 09:02:13 am »
« Edited: January 04, 2009, 09:05:00 am by Tender Branson »

Population: 63 185 925 up from 60 185 831 in 1999.

Only Champagne-Ardennes has a decline in population, -0.26%. Corse has +13.04% and Languedoc-Roussillon has +10.39%.

There are 2 181 371 Parisians. That's 2 181 371 too much. Wink

64 621 007 that is (incl. Overseas Departements) and 62 809 976 without.

http://www.insee.fr/fr/ppp/bases-de-donnees/recensement/populations-legales/france-departements.asp

But really don't know what the difference between "Municipale" and "Totale" is ...
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« Reply #6 on: January 04, 2009, 09:12:35 am »

Population: 63 185 925 up from 60 185 831 in 1999.

Only Champagne-Ardennes has a decline in population, -0.26%. Corse has +13.04% and Languedoc-Roussillon has +10.39%.

There are 2 181 371 Parisians. That's 2 181 371 too much. Wink

64 621 007 that is (incl. Overseas Departements) and 62 809 976 without.

http://www.insee.fr/fr/ppp/bases-de-donnees/recensement/populations-legales/france-departements.asp

But really don't know what the difference between "Municipale" and "Totale" is ...

Total population is the sum of municipal population and people counted in two or more communes (people who reside in one commune, but still hold residence in another one).
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« Reply #7 on: January 04, 2009, 09:15:16 am »

Population: 63 185 925 up from 60 185 831 in 1999.

Only Champagne-Ardennes has a decline in population, -0.26%. Corse has +13.04% and Languedoc-Roussillon has +10.39%.

There are 2 181 371 Parisians. That's 2 181 371 too much. Wink

64 621 007 that is (incl. Overseas Departements) and 62 809 976 without.

http://www.insee.fr/fr/ppp/bases-de-donnees/recensement/populations-legales/france-departements.asp

But really don't know what the difference between "Municipale" and "Totale" is ...

Total population is the sum of municipal population and people counted in two or more communes (people who reside in one commune, but still hold residence in another one).

Ahh, ok. I prefer the number incl. the main residence then: 63 185 925

Is the 1999 number the "main residence" one or the "secondary residence" number ?

Probably main residence, but maybe you know better ... Wink
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« Reply #8 on: January 04, 2009, 09:39:11 am »

Population: 63 185 925 up from 60 185 831 in 1999.

Only Champagne-Ardennes has a decline in population, -0.26%. Corse has +13.04% and Languedoc-Roussillon has +10.39%.

There are 2 181 371 Parisians. That's 2 181 371 too much. Wink

64 621 007 that is (incl. Overseas Departements) and 62 809 976 without.

http://www.insee.fr/fr/ppp/bases-de-donnees/recensement/populations-legales/france-departements.asp

But really don't know what the difference between "Municipale" and "Totale" is ...

Total population is the sum of municipal population and people counted in two or more communes (people who reside in one commune, but still hold residence in another one).

Ahh, ok. I prefer the number incl. the main residence then: 63 185 925

Is the 1999 number the "main residence" one or the "secondary residence" number ?

Probably main residence, but maybe you know better ... Wink

The 1999 number is municipal population and not total population.

Geoclip uses total population, btw.

For reference, this is the population by department in 1999 and 2006.
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« Reply #9 on: January 04, 2009, 11:40:54 am »

The 2006 Canadian figures were released years ago.
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« Reply #10 on: January 04, 2009, 02:44:27 pm »

The 2006 Canadian figures were released years ago.

Snowguy already mentioned that the French are evil, lazy Socialists ... Roll Eyes
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« Reply #11 on: January 16, 2009, 06:26:29 pm »

Here are the top 25 cities

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# Dept. City Municipal Pop Total Pop
1 75 Paris 2 181 371 2 201 578
2 13 Marseille 839 043 847 084
3 69 Lyon 472 305 480 778
4 31 Toulouse 437 715 444 392
5 06 Nice 347 060 350 735
6 44 Nantes 282 853 290 871
7 67 Strasbourg 272 975 276 867
8 34 Montpellier 251 634 254 974
9 33 Bordeaux 232 260 235 878
10 59 Lille 226 014 232 432
11 35 Rennes 209 613 214 813
12 51 Reims 183 837 188 078
13 76 Le Havre 182 580 185 311
14 42 Saint-…tienne 177 480 180 773
15 83 Toulon 167 816 170 041
16 38 Grenoble 156 107 158 746
17 49 Angers 152 337 156 965
18 21 Dijon 151 504 155 340
19 29 Brest 144 548 148 316
20 72 Le Mans 144 016 148 169
21 30 NÓmes 144 092 147 114
22 13 Aix-en-Provence 142 534 145 721
23 63 Clermont-Ferrand 138 992 142 449
24 37 Tours 136 942 140 252
25 974 Saint-Denis 138 314 139 863

Insee map of population density, 2006



Insee map of population growth in the 1982-1999 period



And the same as above, for the 1999-2006 period



Annual population change, 1999-2006, for urban centres.



And a lot more stuff from Insee which I'll post later and that is available on their interwebs site.
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« Reply #12 on: January 16, 2009, 11:58:12 pm »

Any reason why Toulouse is growing so fast?
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« Reply #13 on: January 17, 2009, 01:32:39 pm »
« Edited: January 17, 2009, 01:54:45 pm by B. »

Any reason why Toulouse is growing so fast?

Airbus and maybe ESA (European Space Agency) too are there and they carried with them several more or less big companies of aerospace industry. I live at about 70 kms at the east of the city, and these last year we could have seen the suburbs grow a lot, mainly single homes, malls and tertiary companies too, they say about 1 milion people for the whole agglomeration.
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« Reply #14 on: July 02, 2009, 12:18:24 pm »

More data available online:

http://www.recensement-2006.insee.fr/home.action

Families, socio-professional, education, work, housing etc.
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