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11a3 -- Migration propensity of intermunicipal and intramunicipal migration by age and sex, 1990-2019
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Description of statistic
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Concepts and definitions
Changes in these statistics
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Propensity for intramunicipal migration, per mille
The number of migrants per 1,000 of the respective mean population.
Propensity for intermunicipal migration, per mille
The number of migrants per 1,000 of the respective mean population.
Intramunicipal migration
Intramunicipal migration has been changed to correspond to the regional division of 1 January 2020, that is, migration between united municipalities has been transferred to intramunicipal migration.
Intermunicipal migration
Intermunicipal migration has been changed to correspond to the regional division of 1 January 2020, that is, migration between united municipalities has been transferred to intramunicipal migration.
Mean population
The notion of mean population (or average population) refers to the average of the populations of two consecutive years.