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1384.6 - Statistics - Tasmania, 2008  
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Contents >> Population >> Population change >> As at 30 June 2005

From 30 June 2004 to 30 June 2005, Tasmania gained 2,208 people through natural increase, 187 through net interstate migration and 1,045 people through net overseas migration, resulting in an annual increase of 3,440 or 0.7% in Tasmania's population.

ESTIMATED RESIDENT POPULATION, Components of Change, Tasmania - As at 30 June


Population
Natural
increase(a)
Net
interstate
migration
Net
overseas
migration(b)
At end
of period
Change
from
previous
year(c)
Change
from
previous
year(c)
30 June
no.
no.
no.
no.
no.
%

2000
2,089
-2,632
435
471,409
-21
-
2001
2,047
-2,136
101
471,795
386
0.1
2002
2,022
-1,512
307
472,612
817
0.2
2003
1,784
1,895
1,014
477,305
4,693
1.0
2004
1,756
2,475
700
482,236
4,931
1.0
2005
2,208
187
1,045
485,676
3,440
0.7


- nil or rounded to zero
(a) The difference between births and deaths figures based on year of occurrence.
(b) Sum of the net permanent and long-term movement adjusted for changes in traveller intention and multiple movement.
(c) Differences between total growth and the sum of natural increase and net migration during 1996-2001 are due to preliminary intercensal discrepancy.
Source: Australian Demographic Statistics (cat. no. 3101.0).


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