The resident population of Uzbekistan exceeds 34.86 million people
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- The resident population of the Republic of Uzbekistan as of 1 July 2021 amounted to 34.86 million people and, since the beginning of this year, has increased by 301,300 people, or 0.9%, the State Statistics Committee of Uzbekistan said.
In particular, the urban population reached 17.66 million people (50.7% of the total population), rural – 17.19 million people (49.3%).
The analysis showed that in the context of regions, as of July 1, 2021, the largest share in the total population of the republic is observed in Samarkand - 11.4%, Ferghana - 11.1%, Kashkadarya - 9.6% and Andijan - 9.2% regions.
According to preliminary data, as of July 1, 2021, 31.1% of the total resident population in the republic are under working age, 58.0% are of working age and 10.9% are older than working age.
In January-June 2021, 390.7 thousand born children were registered, respectively, the birth rate per 1000 population was 22.7 ppm and, compared to the same period in 2020, increased by 1.1 ppm (in 2020 – 21.6 ppm).
When analyzing the number of births by month, the largest number was observed in June 2020 (74 448 people) and June 2021 (78 888 people). In contrast, the lowest number of births was recorded in April 2020 (55 161 people) and February 2021 (53 759 people).
Over the past period of 2021, 79.7 thousand deaths were registered, respectively, the mortality rate was 4.6 ppm and, compared to the same period in 2020, increased by 0.2 ppm (in 2020 - by 4.4 ppm).
When analyzing mortality by region for the past period of 2021, the largest number of deaths per 1000 population was recorded in the city of Tashkent (6.0 ppm). Conversely, the lowest mortality rate per 1000 inhabitants was noted in Jizzakh and Kashkadarya regions (4.0 ppm).
Of the total number of registered deaths in January-June 2021, 61.4% accounted for diseases of the circulatory system, 9.4% - neoplasms, 5.7% - accidents, poisoning and injuries, 4.9% - diseases of the digestive system, 4.5% - respiratory diseases, 1.9% - infectious and parasitic diseases and 12.2% - other diseases.
Over the past period, the number of registered deaths of children under the age of 1 year amounted to 1.8 thousand, of which 59.2% died from conditions arising in the perinatal period, 18.4% - from respiratory diseases, 11.4% - from congenital anomalies, 2.8% - from infectious and parasitic diseases, 1.8% - from accidents, poisoning and injuries, 0.7% - from diseases of the digestive system, 5.7% - from other diseases.
A high marriage rate (per thousand) in the regions of the republic was noted in the Khorezm region (8.2), the Republic of Karakalpakstan (8.2), as well as in the Bukhara (7.8) region and the city of Tashkent (7.5).
A low marriage rate (in ppm) has developed in certain regions, for example, in Andijan (6.0), Namangan (6.0), Kashkadarya (6.1) and Ferghana (6.4) regions.
The highest divorce rate (per thousand) was observed in the city of Tashkent (2.1), Syrdarya (1.5), Tashkent (1.4) and Navoi (1.3) regions.
Along with this, a low level of divorces (per thousand) was recorded in the Republic of Karakalpakstan (0.7), Kashkadarya (0.8), Surkhandarya (0.8) and Khorezm (0.8) regions.
The migration balance in Kashkadarya region amounted to minus 4.9 thousand people, Tashkent region - minus 4.3, the Republic of Karakalpakstan and Samarkand region - minus 4.2, Surkhandarya region - minus 3.2, Ferghana and Bukhara regions - minus 2.2 thousand people, which indicates a significant excess of the outflow of the population over the arrival. A positive balance of migration was noted in the city of Tashkent (plus 23.0 thousand people).
The largest share of arrivals from abroad to the Republic of Uzbekistan (in% of their total number) is accounted for by arrivals from Kazakhstan (35.9%), Tajikistan (21.6%), the Russian Federation (17.1%) and Kyrgyzstan (6.3%), the smallest - from Turkmenistan (4.0%) and other countries (15.1%).
The largest share of those who left the Republic of Uzbekistan (in% of their total number) is in Kazakhstan (65.6%), the Russian Federation (25.3%) and Israel (2.2%), the smallest - in Kyrgyzstan (1.6%), Tajikistan (1.0%) and other countries (4.3%).