Population of Slovakia 1950-2020, by gender

This statistic shows the total population of men and women in Slovakia from 1950 until 2020. The modern-day country of Slovakia was part of the larger country of Czechoslovakia until 1993, and these statistics relate only to the population within the modern boundaries of Slovakia. The population of Slovakia has grew rather steadily from 1950 to 1995, and both the number of females and males increased at a similar level, although the number of women outnumber men by 50 to 100 thousand between 1950 and 1985. From this point onwards both populations begin to stop growing, the gap between men and women widens to 160 thousand people, and both populations plateau in the 2000s, before growing slightly again in the 2010s.

Population of Slovakia from 1950 to 2020, by gender

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1950 to 2019

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