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Population per region by citizenship and sex. Year 2010 - 2022

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Statistics are adjusted to avoid identifying individuals in cells with small values. Data in other cells has been changed so that totals remain unchanged, but in some cases this has not been possible. To avoid identification, some persons are not linked at the level below the municipal level. These persons have been assigned to a DeSO within their municipality. Update 2021-07-02:
Two RegSOs (regional statistical areas) have new designations. RegSO Dala-Järna, with RegSO code 2021R001, has changed its designation to Vansbro västra landsbygd.
RegSO Vansbro västra landsbygd, with RegSO code 2021R003 has changed its designation to Dala-Järna.
This update applies from 2021-07-02.


European citizenship except Swedish

The Nordic countries, European Union and the rest of Europe including Russia and Turkey.