Indonesia 2010 census

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Population Census 2010
of Indonesia
Lambang Badan Pusat Statistik (BPS) Indonesia.svg
Lambang Badan Pusat Statistik (BPS) Indonesia
General information
Country Indonesia
Date taken 1–31 May 2010
Total population 237,641,326
Percent change Increase 15.37%
Most populous province West Java (43,021,826)
Least populous province West Papua (760,855)

The Indonesia 2010 census was conducted by Statistics Indonesia in May 2010.

Result[edit]

Total population[edit]

It found the total population of Indonesia to be 237,641,334 people. Compared to the population in the year 2000 of 206,264,595 people,[1] this is an increase of 31,376,831 people (15.37% in 10 years or an average of 1.54% per year). The data counts 236,728,379 Indonesian citizens (both settled and nomadic) as well as 73,217 foreign citizens residing in Indonesia for at least six months, and 839,730 unaccounted for.

Sex ratio[edit]

It found the sex ratio for Indonesia is 101, which means that for every 100 females, there are 101 males, the largest ratio is in Papua with 113, and the smallest is in Nusa Tenggara Barat, with 95 men for every 100 women.

Urbanization[edit]

The statistic shows that about 50% of Indonesia's population currently lives in an urban area, the other half lives in a rural area. Classification is based on a score calculated from the density of population, percentage of households working in agriculture, and availability of city facilities such as schools, markets, hospitals, paved roads, and electricity.

Education[edit]

The statistics shows that 5.22% of Indonesia's population have studied postsecondary school, while 9.28% do not go to school at all. Of the primary and secondary schools, about 30% had completed their primary education while 2-% only had some primary education. About 17% each attain a junior or senior high diploma, 1.92% go to vocational school. Of the Indonesians that have attained a postsecondary degree, 1.89% have gained a diploma or equivalent to an associate degree, 3.09% have gained a bachelor's degree, less than half a percent continue onto postgraduate.

Religion[edit]

Religion
Percentage of population as of
2010 Census
Islam 87.18
Protestant 6.96
Catholic 2.91
Hinduism 1.69
Buddhism 0.72
Confucianism 0.05
Unanswered 0.06
Not asked 0.32

Population Distribution[edit]

By island[edit]

Island(s)
Percentage of population as of
2010 Census
Percentage of population as of
2000 Census
Percentage of area of Indonesia
Sumatra 21.31 21.00 25.43
Java 57.49 58.83 6.75
Kalimantan 5.80 5.49 25.43
Sulawesi 7.31 7.25 10.14
Bali & Nusa Tenggara 5.50 5.39 3.87
Maluku & Papua 2.60 2.04 23.45

By province[edit]

Zone
Administrative region
Population as of
2010 Census
Population as of
2000 Census
Numerical change
11 Aceh 4,494,410 3,930,905 Increase563,405
12 North Sumatra 12,982,204 11,649,655 Increase1,332,549
13 West Sumatra 4,846,909 4,248,931 Increase597,978
14 Riau 5,538,367 4,957,627 Increase580,740
15 Jambi 3,092,265 2,413,846 Increase678,419
16 South Sumatra 7,450,394 6,899,675 Increase550,719
17 Bengkulu 1,715,518 1,567,432 Increase148,086
18 Lampung 7,608,405 6,741,439 Increase866,964
19 Bangka Belitung 1,223,296 900,197 Increase323,099
21 Riau Islands 1,679,163 (merged with Riau) Steady
31 Jakarta Special Capital Region 9,607,787 8,389,443 Increase1,318,344
32 West Java 43,053,732 35,729,537 Increase7,324,195
33 Central Java 32,382,657 31,228,940 Increase1,153,517
34 Yogyakarta Special Region 3,457,491 3,122,268 Increase335,223
35 East Java 37,476,757 34,783,640 Increase2,693,117
36 Banten 10,632,166 8,098,780 Increase1,533,386
51 Bali 3 890 757 3 151 162 Increase739,595
52 West Nusa Tenggara 4,500,212 4,009,261 Increase490,951
53 East Nusa Tenggara 4,683,827 3,952,279 Increase731,548
61 West Kalimantan 4 395 983 4 034 198 Increase351,785
62 Central Kalimantan 2,212,089 1,857,000 Increase355,089
63 South Kalimantan 3 626 616 2 985 240 Increase641,376
64 East Kalimantan 3,553,143 2,455,120 Increase1,098,023
71 North Sulawesi 2,270,596 2,012,098 Increase258,498
72 Central Sulawesi 2,635,009 2,218,435 Increase416,574
73 South Sulawesi 8,034,776 8,059,627 Decrease24,951
74 Southeast Sulawesi 2,232,586 1,821,284 Increase411,302
75 Gorontalo 1,040,164 835,044 Increase205,120
76 West Sulawesi 1,158,651 (merge with South Sulawesi) Steady
81 Maluku 1,533,506 1,205,539 Increase328,965
82 North Maluku 1,038,087 785,059 Increase253,028
83 West Papua 760,422 (merge with Papua) Steady
84 Papua 2,833,381 2,220,934 612,447
National total (excluding below) 237,641,326 206,264,595 Increase31,377,731

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Berita resmi statistik:Hasil Sensus Penduduk 2000" (PDF). Statistics Indonesia. June 3, 2002. Retrieved November 18, 2014. 

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