Locked content In 25 years Polish population will shrink by 2.8 mln

During about 25 years the population in Poland will decline by about 2.8 million, Polish Central Statistical Office GUS reported. In comparison, during the last 25 years, the population grew by 360,000. The reasons for the expected decline are mortality and the end of the demographic boom. The numbe...

Locked content GUS – Polish Population growth remains slow

The situation concerning the population of Poland remains difficult and in the near future, we should not expect any significant changes that could guarantee stable demographic development, GUS reported today in an assessment of the demographic situation of the country. “We can observe a chang...

Locked content GUS: Poland’s population declines by over 27,000 y/y

By end-June, Poland’s population totaled 38,422,000, dropping by 15,000 compared to six months before, and by 27,000 year-on-year, according to preliminary calculations of the Central Statistical Office (GUS). GUS figures show that some 191,000 children were born in the first six months of 201...

Locked content GUS: Poland is slowly depopulating

The Central Statistical Office (GUS) predicts that in 2050, 277,600 infants will be born in Poland, a figure 41,400 fewer than the 319,000 infants that were born in the nation in 2014. The forecasted fall is so large due to the likelihood that there will not be enough women to give birth to more chi...

Locked content Population to shrink by 4.5 mln by 2050

Poland’s population will contract by 4.5 million within the next 36 years, according to a forecast from the Central Statistical Office (GUS). The current population figure is 38.5 million. The forecast takes into account such factors as demographic and family-oriented policies, though there is no ce...