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Demographics of the Southern Cross Republic
Population: 1,008,187 (January 2012)
Growth rate: 0.32% (2012)
Birth rate: 8.1 births/1,000 population (2011)
Death rate: 4.4 deaths/1,000 population (2011)
Life expectancy: 80.02 years (2012)
–male: 77.70 years (2012)
–female: 82.34 years (2012)
Fertility rate: 1.82 children born/woman (2012)
Infant mortality rate: 5.6
Age structure
0-14 years: 15.7% (male 77,283/female 81,042)
15-64 years: 66.1% (male 329,874/female 336,538)
65-over: 18.2% (male 77,616/female 105,874) (2012)
Sex ratio
At birth: 0.95 male(s)/female (2012)
Under 15: 0.95 male(s)/female
15-64 years: 0.73 male(s)/female
65-over: 0.94 male(s)/female
Nationality
Nationality: noun: South Crosser(s)
adjective: South Crossic
Language
Spoken: Portuguese

This article is about the demographic features of the population of the Southern Cross Republic, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population.

Total population

The total population of the Southern Cross Republic on January 1, 2012 was 1,008,187. South Crossic Statistics Institute estimated that the 1,011,413 milestone was reached January 1, 2013.

Vital statistics

Registered births and deaths

Average population Live births Deaths Natural change Crude birth rate (per 1000) Crude death rate (per 1000) Natural change (per 1000) Fertility rates
1912 519,975 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX7.5 XXX
1913 523,875 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX7.3 XXX
1914 527,699 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX7.1 XXX
1915 531,446 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX7.0 XXX
1916 535,166 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX7.4 XXX
1917 539,126 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX8.8 XXX
1918 543,870 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX11.6 XXX
1919 550,179 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX11.1 XXX
1920 556,286 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX10.8 XXX
1921 562,294 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX12.4 XXX
1922 569,266 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX12.2 XXX
1923 576,211 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX9.0 XXX
1924 581,397 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX7.2 XXX
1925 585,583 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX6.3 XXX
1926 589,272 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX5.8 XXX
1927 592,690 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX5.5 XXX
1928 595,950 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX5.6 XXX
1929 599,287 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX5.4 XXX
1930 602,523 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX6.0 XXX
1931 606,142 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX6.3 XXX
1932 609,961 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX6.2 XXX
1933 613,743 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX5.8 XXX
1934 617,303 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX6.1 XXX
1935 621,069 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX6.3 XXX
1936 624,982 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX6.5 XXX
1937 629,044 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX7.0 XXX
1938 633,447 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX6.7 XXX
1939 637,691 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX6.6 XXX
1940 641,900 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX6.8 XXX
1941 646,265 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX7.0 XXX
1942 650,789 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX7.2 XXX
1943 655,475 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX7.0 XXX
1944 660,063 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX7.1 XXX
1945 664,749 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX15.3 XXX
1946 674,920 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX13.7 XXX
1947 684,163 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX14.1 XXX
1948 693,810 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX11.4 XXX
1949 701,719 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX10.0 XXX
1950 708,734 XXXXXX6,804 XXXXXX9.6 XXX
1951 715,538 XXXXXX4,436 XXXXXX6.2 XXX
1952 719,974 XXXXXX4,392 XXXXXX6.1 XXX
1953 724,366 XXXXXX7,388 XXXXXX10.2 XXX
1954 731,755 XXXXXX8,854 XXXXXX12.1 XXX
1955 740,609 XXXXXX6,295 XXXXXX8.5 XXX
1956 746,904 XXXXXX4,631 XXXXXX6.2 XXX
1957 751,535 XXXXXX4,810 XXXXXX6.4 XXX
1958 756,345 XXXXXX4,992 XXXXXX6.6 XXX
1959 761,337 XXXXXX5,482 XXXXXX7.2 XXX
1960 766,819 XXXXXX4,601 XXXXXX6.0 XXX
1961 771,420 XXXXXX4,706 XXXXXX6.1 XXX
1962 776,126 XXXXXX4,734 XXXXXX6.1 XXX
1963 780,860 XXXXXX4,685 XXXXXX6.0 XXX
1964 785,545 XXXXXX4,870 XXXXXX6.2 XXX
1965 790,414 XXXXXX4,901 XXXXXX6.2 XXX
1966 795,315 XXXXXX4,851 XXXXXX6.1 XXX
1967 800,166 XXXXXX4,801 XXXXXX6.0 XXX
1968 804,967 XXXXXX4,910 XXXXXX6.1 XXX
1969 809,877 XXXXXX4,940 XXXXXX6.1 XXX
1970 814,817 XXXXXX4,970 XXXXXX6.1 XXX
1971 819,787 XXXXXX4,919 XXXXXX6.0 XXX
1972 824,706 XXXXXX4,948 XXXXXX6.0 XXX
1973 829,654 XXXXXX4,895 XXXXXX5.9 XXX
1974 834,549 XXXXXX5,007 XXXXXX6.0 XXX
1975 839,556 XXXXXX4,869 XXXXXX5.8 XXX
1976 844,425 XXXXXX4,898 XXXXXX5.8 XXX
1977 849,323 XXXXXX5,011 XXXXXX5.9 XXX
1978 854,334 XXXXXX4,870 XXXXXX5.7 XXX
1979 859,204 XXXXXX4,983 XXXXXX5.8 XXX
1980 864,187 XXXXXX4,926 XXXXXX5.7 XXX
1981 869,113 XXXXXX4,867 XXXXXX5.6 XXX
1982 873,980 XXXXXX4,807 XXXXXX5.5 XXX
1983 878,787 XXXXXX4,921 XXXXXX5.6 XXX
1984 883,708 XXXXXX4,860 XXXXXX5.5 XXX
1985 888,568 XXXXXX4,798 XXXXXX5.4 XXX
1986 893,366 XXXXXX4,914 XXXXXX5.5 XXX
1987 898,280 XXXXXX4,940 XXXXXX5.5 XXX
1988 903,221 XXXXXX4,877 XXXXXX5.4 XXX
1989 908,098 XXXXXX4,813 XXXXXX5.3 XXX
1990 912,911 XXXXXX4,838 XXXXXX5.3 XXX
1991 917,749 XXXXXX4,956 XXXXXX5.4 XXX
1992 922,705 XXXXXX4,798 XXXXXX5.2 XXX
1993 927,503 XXXXXX4,823 XXXXXX5.2 XXX
1994 932,326 XXXXXX4,662 XXXXXX5.0 XXX
1995 936,988 XXXXXX4,779 XXXXXX5.1 XXX
1996 941,767 XXXXXX4,709 XXXXXX5.0 XXX
1997 946.476 XXXXXX4,543 XXXXXX4.8 XXX
1998 951,019 XXXXXX4,660 XXXXXX4.9 XXX
1999 955,679 15,67311,0864,587 16.411.64.8 XXX
2000 960,266 15,94011,3314,609 16.611.84.8 1,98
2001 964,875 16,49912,0614,438 17.112.54.6 1,95
2002 969,313 15,80011,4384,362 16.311.84.5 1,95
2003 973,675 16,94112,5604,381 17.412.94.5 1,94
2004 978,056 15,55111,0524,499 15.911.34.6 1,93
2005 982,555 15,91711,5944,323 16.211.84.4 1,90
2006 986,878 15,49411,5463,948 15.711.74.0 1,88
2007 990,826 14,56510,9983,567 14.711.13.6 1,86
2008 994,393 13,3259,9443,381 13.410.03.4 1,86
2009 997,774 13,1719,5793,592 13.29.63.6 1,85
2010 1,001,366 12,7189,3133,405 12.79.33.4 1,83
2011 1,004,771 12,6609,2443,416 12.69.23.4 1,82
2012 1,008,187 12,4009,1743,226 12.39.13.2 1,82
2013 1,011,413 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXX

Note: the 2010 South Crossic Census gave a population figure of 1,001,366.

Total fertility rate

Southern Cross Republic has one of the lowest fertility rates in South America. South Crosser women had as many as 3.6 children on average in the late 19th century; more than ten children was not unusual. Later, it has decreased dramatically from 2.7 in the late 1960s to 2.1 in the early 1980s, however it has increased to almost 1.9 today.

Ethnicity

Southern Cross Republic is a fairly linguistically and religiously homogeneous country. Ethnically, the South Crosser people are mainly a combination of the Portuguese people, which turn are mainly combination of the Paleolithic Celtic and Iberian tribes, Lusitanians and others, with a fair amount of Galicians, Italians mainly Naepolitans, Germans mainly Swabians and some minor elements, essentially Asians, and Jews.

Furthermore the demographic development is characterized by three trends: increasing longevity, decreasing birth rates and an increasing percentage of population from foreign extraction.

Today, many South Americans (especially Paraguayans, Bolivians and Argentines), as well as Brazilians, are making Southern Cross Republic their home. Portuguese is spoken throughout the country, with some villages where they are spoken Galician, Italian and German.

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