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Czech Republic Population

As per the preliminary statistical balance on the 31st of March in 2007, Czech Republic population was 10.3 million. The population count is largely influenced by constant cross - border migration from the neighboring countries.
By natural process there were 26,900 births between the months of January to March in 2007. During the same time period there were 26,600 deaths registered in Czech Republic. A gap of 325 has been noted between live births and death. The infant mortality rate among the population in Czech Republic has decreased over the year and is now 3 per 1,000 live births.

The population of the Czech Republic is on the rise especially because of increasing fertility rate and decreasing mortality rate due to advancement in medical treatment. As per the census of 2001, 90.4% of the 10.28 million ethnically and linguistically belong to the background of the Czech. This apart, there is an interesting mix of the 3.7% of Moravian, 0.5% of Polish, 0.1% of Hungarians, 0.1% of Roma, 1.9% of Slovaks, Magyars, 0.4% of Germans, Greeks, 0.1% of Silesian, and Vietnamese. As per the estimates of 2005, the sex ratio of the Czech Republic population is around 0.95 males per female and the literacy rate is 99.9 % as per 1999 estimate.

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