Population by age and sex. Year 1860 - 2018
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1861
The population by age is not consistent with the total population. The reason is that the population by age was calculated based on the annual data on births, deaths and emigrants which not summed up to the total population. The age distribution was considered to be correct.
1862
The population by age is not consistent with the total population. The reason is that the population by age was calculated based on the annual data on births, deaths and emigrants which not summed up to the total population. The age distribution was considered to be correct.
1863
The number of persons aged 90 year refers to the number of persons 90 years and older. 91-year-olds relates to persons of unknown age. The population by age does not match the total population. The reason is that the population by age was calculated based on the annual data on births, deaths and emigrants which didn´t sum to the total population. The age distribution was judged to be correct.
Read, for example, the Swedish comment on Table 24 in Bidrag till Sveriges Officiela Statistik A) Befolkningsstatistik (BISOS A) 1868, page XIX. From 1876, were the difference between the estimated age distribution and the summary population distributed by age. See Swedish comment to Table 24 on page XIX of BISOS A 1876.
1864
The number of persons aged 90 year refers to the number of persons 90 years and older. 91-year-olds relates to persons of unknown age. The population by age does not match the total population. The reason is that the population by age was calculated based on the annual data on births, deaths and emigrants which didn´t sum to the total population. The age distribution was judged to be correct.
Read, for example, the Swedish comment on Table 24 in Bidrag till Sveriges Officiela Statistik A) Befolkningsstatistik (BISOS A) 1868, page XIX. From 1876, were the difference between the estimated age distribution and the summary population distributed by age. See Swedish comment to Table 24 on page XIX of BISOS A 1876.
1865
The number of persons aged 90 year refers to the number of persons 90 years and older. 91-year-olds relates to persons of unknown age. The population by age does not match the total population. The reason is that the population by age was calculated based on the annual data on births, deaths and emigrants which didn´t sum to the total population. The age distribution was judged to be correct.
Read, for example, the Swedish comment on Table 24 in Bidrag till Sveriges Officiela Statistik A) Befolkningsstatistik (BISOS A) 1868, page XIX. From 1876, were the difference between the estimated age distribution and the summary population distributed by age. See Swedish comment to Table 24 on page XIX of BISOS A 1876.
1866
The number of persons aged 90 year refers to the number of persons 90 years and older. 91-year-olds relates to persons of unknown age. The population by age does not match the total population. The reason is that the population by age was calculated based on the annual data on births, deaths and emigrants which didn´t sum to the total population. The age distribution was judged to be correct.
Read, for example, the Swedish comment on Table 24 in Bidrag till Sveriges Officiela Statistik A) Befolkningsstatistik (BISOS A) 1868, page XIX. From 1876, were the difference between the estimated age distribution and the summary population distributed by age. See Swedish comment to Table 24 on page XIX of BISOS A 1876.
1867
The number of persons aged 90 year refers to the number of persons 90 years and older. 91-year-olds relates to persons of unknown age. The population by age does not match the total population. The reason is that the population by age was calculated based on the annual data on births, deaths and emigrants which didn´t sum to the total population. The age distribution was judged to be correct.
Read, for example, the Swedish comment on Table 24 in Bidrag till Sveriges Officiela Statistik A) Befolkningsstatistik (BISOS A) 1868, page XIX. From 1876, were the difference between the estimated age distribution and the summary population distributed by age. See Swedish comment to Table 24 on page XIX of BISOS A 1876.
1868
The number of persons aged 90 year refers to the number of persons 90 years and older. 91-year-olds relates to persons of unknown age. The population by age does not match the total population. The reason is that the population by age was calculated based on the annual data on births, deaths and emigrants which didn´t sum to the total population. The age distribution was judged to be correct.
Read, for example, the Swedish comment on Table 24 in Bidrag till Sveriges Officiela Statistik A) Befolkningsstatistik (BISOS A) 1868, page XIX. From 1876, were the difference between the estimated age distribution and the summary population distributed by age. See Swedish comment to Table 24 on page XIX of BISOS A 1876.
1869
The number of persons aged 90 year refers to the number of persons 90 years and older. 91-year-olds relates to persons of unknown age. The population by age does not match the total population. The reason is that the population by age was calculated based on the annual data on births, deaths and emigrants which didn´t sum to the total population. The age distribution was judged to be correct.
Read, for example, the Swedish comment on Table 24 in Bidrag till Sveriges Officiela Statistik A) Befolkningsstatistik (BISOS A) 1868, page XIX. From 1876, were the difference between the estimated age distribution and the summary population distributed by age. See Swedish comment to Table 24 on page XIX of BISOS A 1876.
1870
The number of persons aged 90 year refers to the number of persons 90 years and older. 91-year-olds relates to persons of unknown age.
1871
The number of persons aged 90 year refers to the number of persons 90 years and older. 91-year-olds relates to persons of unknown age. The population by age does not match the total population. The reason is that the population by age was calculated based on the annual data on births, deaths and emigrants which didn´t sum to the total population. The age distribution was judged to be correct.
Read, for example, the Swedish comment on Table 24 in Bidrag till Sveriges Officiela Statistik A) Befolkningsstatistik (BISOS A) 1868, page XIX. From 1876, were the difference between the estimated age distribution and the summary population distributed by age. See Swedish comment to Table 24 on page XIX of BISOS A 1876.
1872
The number of persons aged 90 year refers to the number of persons 90 years and older. 91-year-olds relates to persons of unknown age. The population by age does not match the total population. The reason is that the population by age was calculated based on the annual data on births, deaths and emigrants which didn´t sum to the total population. The age distribution was judged to be correct.
Read, for example, the Swedish comment on Table 24 in Bidrag till Sveriges Officiela Statistik A) Befolkningsstatistik (BISOS A) 1868, page XIX. From 1876, were the difference between the estimated age distribution and the summary population distributed by age. See Swedish comment to Table 24 on page XIX of BISOS A 1876.
1873
The number of persons aged 90 year refers to the number of persons 90 years and older. 91-year-olds relates to persons of unknown age. The population by age does not match the total population. The reason is that the population by age was calculated based on the annual data on births, deaths and emigrants which didn´t sum to the total population. The age distribution was judged to be correct.
Read, for example, the Swedish comment on Table 24 in Bidrag till Sveriges Officiela Statistik A) Befolkningsstatistik (BISOS A) 1868, page XIX. From 1876, were the difference between the estimated age distribution and the summary population distributed by age. See Swedish comment to Table 24 on page XIX of BISOS A 1876.
1874
The number of persons aged 90 year refers to the number of persons 90 years and older. 91-year-olds relates to persons of unknown age. The population by age does not match the total population. The reason is that the population by age was calculated based on the annual data on births, deaths and emigrants which didn´t sum to the total population. The age distribution was judged to be correct.
Read, for example, the Swedish comment on Table 24 in Bidrag till Sveriges Officiela Statistik A) Befolkningsstatistik (BISOS A) 1868, page XIX. From 1876, were the difference between the estimated age distribution and the summary population distributed by age. See Swedish comment to Table 24 on page XIX of BISOS A 1876.
1875
The number of persons aged 90 year refers to the number of persons 90 years and older. 91-year-olds relates to persons of unknown age. The population by age does not match the total population. The reason is that the population by age was calculated based on the annual data on births, deaths and emigrants which didn´t sum to the total population. The age distribution was judged to be correct.
Read, for example, the Swedish comment on Table 24 in Bidrag till Sveriges Officiela Statistik A) Befolkningsstatistik (BISOS A) 1868, page XIX. From 1876, were the difference between the estimated age distribution and the summary population distributed by age. See Swedish comment to Table 24 on page XIX of BISOS A 1876.
1956
The total population were corrected in connection with the censuses in 1930, 1950 and 1960. The population by age were not corrected.
1957
The total population were corrected in connection with the censuses in 1930, 1950 and 1960. The population by age were not corrected.
1958
The total population were corrected in connection with the censuses in 1930, 1950 and 1960. The population by age were not corrected.
1959
The total population were corrected in connection with the censuses in 1930, 1950 and 1960. The population by age were not corrected.

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2019-02-21
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Unit
Population:
number
Reference time
Population:
31 December each year
Data type
Population:
Stock
Day adjusted
Population:
No
Seasonally adjusted
Population:
No
Creation date
2019-10-17
Responsible authority
Statistics Sweden
Matrix
BE0101C£