1367.2 - State and Regional Indicators, Victoria, Dec 2007  
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Victoria's estimated resident population (ERP) at the end of any given period is the estimated population at the beginning of the period plus the sum of three components: natural increase, net overseas migration and net interstate migration.

In June quarter 2007, Victoria's ERP grew by 17,100 persons or 0.33%. Australia's ERP also grew by 0.33% (68,300 persons) over the same period.

Net overseas migration contributed most to Victoria's population growth in the June quarter 2007 (9,500 persons), while natural increase was 8,300 persons. Net interstate migration was a loss of 700 people. With the exception of March quarter 2006, Victoria has experienced a net loss in population to other Australian states in sixteen of the last seventeen quarters.

Graph: Quarterly Population Growth

Graph: Components Of Population Growth

View underlying table as an Excel spreadsheet: 1367.2 Table 2, Estimated Resident Population and Components of Population Change (file size 11kB).

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