The final data of the population census that was released today showed that the population of BiH is split into the following: 50.11% Bosniaks, 30.78% Serbs and 15.43% Croats.
When it comes to ethnic structure of the population in BiH, 50.11% are Bosniaks, this represents a 7% increase in comparison to 1991.
30.78% of the population is Serb, which is 1% less in comparison to the census from 1991.
According to the census results, 15.43% of the population is Croat, 2% less compared to the census from 1991.
The percentage of the population that is yet to give data on the national basis is 0.7%.
4% of Bosniaks, 22.4% of Croats and 3.60% of Serbs live in FBiH.
81.51% of Serbs, 2.41% of Croats and 13.99% of Bosniaks live in Republika Srpska.
42.36% of Bosniaks, 20.66% of Croats and 34.58% of Serbs live in District Brcko.
Data on religious affiliation was also released at today’s presentation of the census results from 2013. 50.7% of the population is Muslim, 30.75% of the population is Orthodox and 15.19% of the population is Catholic.
The largest city is Sarajevo with 275,524 citizens in four municipalities. Next is Banja Luka with 185,042 citizens, then Tuzla with 110,979 citizens, Zenica with 110,663 citizens, Bijeljina with 107,715 citizens and Mostar with 105,977 citizens.
From the total number of citizens, 59.4% are women and 49.06% are men.
Source: (S. H./Klix.ba/Photo: Radiosarajevo.ba)