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Statistics

Demographics

The estimated number of inhabitants per municipality.

Natural increase in population refers to the difference between live-born children and dead persons in a given period.

Total number of emigrants refers to the total number of persons who changed residence from one to another municipality in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Number of immigrants is the total number of persons who reported place of residence in one of the municipalities in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Population density is the average population per km2 of area.

Net migration is a difference between the number of immigrants and emigrants within municipalities in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Number of live births is the number of live born children given by mothers residence.

Number of deceased persons is the total number of deceased persons given by residence before death.

Birth rate is the number of live births per thousand inhabitants, per municipality. 

Mortality rate represents ratio between the number of deceased persons and the estimated number of inhabitants per 1000 inhabitants.

Rate of natural increase is difference between the birth rate and the mortality rate.

The Census preliminary results shall contains data on the total number of enumerated persons, the total number of households (excluding collective) and the total number of dwellings (excluding collective).

Economy

Average net wage is the average amount received by the persons in paid employment earned for the work done during regular working hours.

Number of unemployed persons in Bosnia and Herzegovina is the total number of job seekers, registered in the employment services.

Number of unemployed women in Bosnia and Herzegovina is the total number of female job seekers, registered in the employment services.

Number of employed persons in Bosnia and Herzegovina is the total number of employees and owners of legal entities, who are employed for unlimited or limited period of time.

Number of employed woman in Bosnia and Herzegovina is the total number of female employees and owners of legal entities, who are employed for unlimited or limited period of time.

Unemployment rate is percentage of unemployed persons in the total active labor force (active labor force is the sum of employed and unemployed).

Estimated GDP per capita according to formula for estimate GDP used by the Federal Development Planning Institution (see definition for further details).

Labor force is the sum of number employed persons and number unemployed persons.

Percentage of labor force in population is percentage of active population (employed and unemployed persons) in the total number of inhabitants.

Geography

Health

Number of doctors per municipality

Number of inhabitants per doctor is the average number of inhabitants per one doctor in a municipality.

Education

Total number of primary pupils per municipality.

Number of pupils per 1000 inhabitants is the number of primary pupils per 1000 inhabitants, per municipality.

Politics

Number of voters is the total number of persons who voted in local elections, per municipality.

Number of voters is the total number of persons who voted in general elections, per municipality.

Number of registered voters in local elections is the total number of persons who had right to vote at the time of the local elections.

Number of registered voters in general elections is the total number of persons who had right to vote at the time of the general elections.

Voters turnout in general elections is the number of voters compared to the total number of registered voters in general elections, in percentages.

Voters turnout in local elections is the number of voters compared to the total number of registered voters in local elections, in percentages.