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Population statistics 2015

Last week, the Department of Provincial Administration officially published the Population numbers as of December 31st 2015. The reason why I said officially - the numbers were actually already available before January 18th, when I downloaded them and added them into my XML structure. I even added them in several WikiData items already. Sadly, the actual population data is only linkable at province and district level, the one for the whole country needs a POST call and thus cannot be linked, so can only be reached from the DOPA website itself.

As usual, this population number only includes the registered Thai residents, and since often Thais are still registered at other places than their actual residence, these numbers are to be taken with care. The census data however is supposed to list the actual residence, and also includes foreigners. Anyway, according to this statistics

  • Thailand has a population of 65,729,098, of which 32,280,886 are male and 33,448,212 female.
  • Compared to 2014, the population has increased by 604,382 or 0.9%.
  • Bangkok remains the most populous province with 5,696,409 citizen, followed by Nakhon Ratchasima with 2,628,818 and Ubon Ratchathani with 1,857,429 (Chiang Mai is only the 5th).
  • The least populated provinces are Ranong with 187,536 and Samut Songkhram with 194,376 citizen.


Only other thing which I noticed during the download - the subdistrict municipality Klet Kaeo (เทศบาลตำบลเกล็ดแก้ว) in Chonburi province now has received its own geocode 2060, which is not yet listed in the CCAATT list.


This post first appeared on Changwat, Amphoe, Tambon, please read the originial post: here

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