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1959, and 62 percent in 1977, reflecting an absolute increase in urban
population from 26,300,000 to 160,800,- 000. Apart from natural growth, the
increase in the urban population was determined partly by migration from the
villages to the ...
DEMOGRAPHY In the absence of large-scale immigration or emigration, the rate
of growth of the Soviet population as a whole is attributable almost entirely to
natural increase (i.e., the excess of births over deaths). Regional population
One-third of the inland population is concentrated in Madrid, accentuating the
semi-deserted character of the central areas. The population within the coastal
regions is more evenly distributed, although 18 percent is concentrated in the ...
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