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    Post  franco Sat Mar 06, 2021 8:51 pm

    Has anyone seen this Rosstat article?

    I checked out their website and I cannot locate it.
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    Post  Karl Haushofer Sat Mar 06, 2021 11:19 pm

    miketheterrible wrote:
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    kvs wrote:Because the Finnish media knows more about Russia than Russians.   And because the foaming at the mouth anti-Russian Finnish media
    would never, ever lie about Russia.

    The only thing sketchy here is this troll and his pimping of Finnish propaganda.

    The Finnish media claims that this information was released by Rosstat. Either the Finnish media is lying, or the Rosstat figures are misplaced or this is actually true. Which is it?

    Did they provide the rosstat source?

    Because they didn't lose 100,000 in 1 month.  That's impossible really.

    Plus, they haven't done a census since 2010 so it's guesstimating and bs.

    No, the Finnish media did not link the actual source but instead it claimed that according to Rosstat Russia lost 100,000 people in just one month.
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    Post  Karl Haushofer Sat Mar 06, 2021 11:27 pm

    Russia population shrinks by 113,000 in January: http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/2/9/405403/World/International/Russia-population-shrinks-by-,-in-January.aspx
    Russia's population shrank by over 113,000 in January, official data showed Friday, more than double its rate of decline over the same month last year, as the country is battered by the pandemic. The Rosstat statistics agency released figures showing that in January Russia saw 219,769 deaths and 106,603 births, meaning its population shrunk by 113,116. wrote:


    So this could be true. The 113,000 figure is a difference between births and deaths in January with 113,000 more deaths than births in that month. This figure doesn't include emigration and immigration but I guess with covid-19 those figures were pretty much zero.

    This is not good. Russia cannot continue to have deaths outpacing births by more than 100,000 even annually, let alone monthly!
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    Post  PhSt Sat Mar 06, 2021 11:58 pm

    Karl Haushofer wrote:Russia population shrinks by 113,000 in January: http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/2/9/405403/World/International/Russia-population-shrinks-by-,-in-January.aspx



    So this could be true. The 113,000 figure is a difference between births and deaths in January with 113,000 more deaths than births in that month. This figure doesn't include emigration and immigration but I guess with covid-19 those figures were pretty much zero.

    This is not good. Russia cannot continue to have deaths outpacing births by more than 100,000 even annually, let alone monthly!


    So this could be true.. but didn't provide the Rosstat link.. Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes

    I saw a report from Rosstat just a few minutes ago stating that Russia had 200,000 births this February. But I wont provide the link. This could be true Cool
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    Post  kvs Sun Mar 07, 2021 12:01 am

    The "Finnish" troll with his Fibbish propaganda is deliberately mixing an annual contraction with a contraction in a single month.
    According to him and his excrement source the Russian population is now contracting at 1.2 million per year.

    Clearly the spooge fest is on.

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    Post  kvs Sun Mar 07, 2021 12:02 am

    franco wrote:Has anyone seen this Rosstat article?

    I checked out their website and I cannot locate it.

    No such Rosstat report exists since the claim is absurd on its face.

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    Post  magnumcromagnon Sun Mar 07, 2021 1:14 am

    kvs wrote:The "Finnish" troll with his Fibbish propaganda is deliberately mixing an annual contraction with a contraction in a single month.
    According to him and his excrement source the Russian population is now contracting at 1.2 million per year.

    Clearly the spooge fest is on.


    Just check the history of Karl SchlongFluffer's posts, it's pretty obvious by now.

    https://www.russiadefence.net/spa/Karl%20Haushofer
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    Post  franco Tue Apr 06, 2021 2:42 pm

    MOSCOW, April 6. /TASS/. The population of indigenous small peoples living in Russia has grown by over 20% in the past 30 years, Head of the Federal Agency for Nationalities Igor Barinov said on Tuesday.

    "The general result of the state policy on indigenous small peoples is that their population has grown by more than 20% in the past 30 years," he said at the 2nd forum of indigenous small peoples of Russia’s North, Siberia and Far East.

    Today there are 47 indigenous small peoples living in Russia. Their overall population stands at over 300,000 people. These peoples are mostly living in the North, Siberia and the Far East and enjoy a special status and preferences from the state, he said.

    The 2nd forum of indigenous small peoples of Russia’s North, Siberia and Far East is running in Salekhard on April 4-8. The participants in the forum are discussing regions’ interaction within the framework of the activity of such organizations as the Northern Forum, the Arctic Council, the University of the Arctic and also the Association of Indigenous Small Peoples of the North, Siberia and the Far East. The forum is paying special attention to the issues of reindeer breeding in the North.

    The first forum of indigenous small peoples of Russia’s North, Siberia and Far East took place in Salekhard in 2017.

    NOTE: believe the small refers to the number of people as opposed to their physical stature Smile Translators dunno No There are over a hundred indigenous peoples in Russia of which the Tatars would be the largest.

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    Post  franco Tue Apr 06, 2021 3:26 pm

    Sevastopol became the leader of Russia in terms of population growth

    It is reported that against the background of a general decrease in the country's population by 711 thousand people (the demographic pit of the 90s + above mortality from coronavirus + a decrease in the number of migrants due to the same coronavirus - all this gives a disappointing result - total demographic losses are 0.5 %) in our Sevastopol recently the population has grown by almost 17%. Now the official figure is 513 thousand, although it seems to be underestimated (the governor of the city himself expressed doubts that there are less than half a million inhabitants in the city) - even last year they wrote that the real population of the city is 550-650 thousand people in terms of bread consumption, and in the summer with tourists from 750 thousand to a million.
    At this rate, the figures of 650-750 thousand people are certainly far from being the limit for Sevastopol and the forecasts that in the foreseeable future the population of the city will exceed 1,000,000 people look very realistic.
    The explosive population growth in the city, on the one hand, will be accompanied by large-scale infrastructural changes, but it will also generate a lot of transport, logical and communal difficulties, since even at the current stage the city is struggling to cope with the growing population.


    Full article: https://colonelcassad.livejournal.com/6680795.html

    @JohninMK - it's no wonder the old man is so grouchie Wink

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    Post  flamming_python Tue Apr 06, 2021 5:45 pm

    franco wrote:MOSCOW, April 6. /TASS/. The population of indigenous small peoples living in Russia has grown by over 20% in the past 30 years, Head of the Federal Agency for Nationalities Igor Barinov said on Tuesday.

    "The general result of the state policy on indigenous small peoples is that their population has grown by more than 20% in the past 30 years," he said at the 2nd forum of indigenous small peoples of Russia’s North, Siberia and Far East.

    Today there are 47 indigenous small peoples living in Russia. Their overall population stands at over 300,000 people. These peoples are mostly living in the North, Siberia and the Far East and enjoy a special status and preferences from the state, he said.

    The 2nd forum of indigenous small peoples of Russia’s North, Siberia and Far East is running in Salekhard on April 4-8. The participants in the forum are discussing regions’ interaction within the framework of the activity of such organizations as the Northern Forum, the Arctic Council, the University of the Arctic and also the Association of Indigenous Small Peoples of the North, Siberia and the Far East. The forum is paying special attention to the issues of reindeer breeding in the North.

    The first forum of indigenous small peoples of Russia’s North, Siberia and Far East took place in Salekhard in 2017.

    NOTE: believe the small refers to the number of people as opposed to their physical stature Smile Translators dunno No There are over a hundred indigenous peoples in Russia of which the Tatars would be the largest.  

    They're referring to the Russian term; 'indigenous small-numbered peoples of the north'; which basically refers to any indigenous peoples of the Artic zone, Siberia or the Far East in Russia who number less than 50,000

    It definitely doesn't include Tatars who number several million and live mostly on the Volga basin. Nor does it include Yakuts who are also a northern people but number half a million and have a perfectly self-sustaining culture and society.

    The small-numbered indigenous peoples sometimes have their own autonomous regions as they're called, sometimes not, either way the law provisions for them separately and they're given economic preferences in certain areas as well as support for maintaining their culture and language out of federal funds.

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    Post  PapaDragon Tue Apr 06, 2021 11:56 pm

    flamming_python wrote:.....They're referring to the Russian term; 'indigenous small-numbered peoples of the north'; which basically refers to any indigenous peoples of the Artic zone, Siberia or the Far East in Russia who number less than 50,000...

    Arctic Natives basically

    I have been reading about this and their lives will be additionally made much easier once railway infrastructure up there is fully built because it will bring the prices in local stores on par with rest of the country

    Right now a lot of it is delivered by air which makes stuff more expensive from the get go (it will also remove the need for part of federal subsidies that went into price management)

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    Post  kvs Wed Apr 07, 2021 12:51 am

    PapaDragon wrote:
    flamming_python wrote:.....They're referring to the Russian term; 'indigenous small-numbered peoples of the north'; which basically refers to any indigenous peoples of the Artic zone, Siberia or the Far East in Russia who number less than 50,000...

    Arctic Natives basically

    I have been reading about this and their lives will be additionally made much easier once railway infrastructure up there is fully built because it will bring the prices in local stores on par with rest of the country

    Right now a lot of it is delivered by air which makes stuff more expensive from the get go (it will also remove the need for part of federal subsidies that went into price management)


    Much like in Canada.
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    Post  flamming_python Thu Apr 08, 2021 3:24 am

    PapaDragon wrote:
    flamming_python wrote:.....They're referring to the Russian term; 'indigenous small-numbered peoples of the north'; which basically refers to any indigenous peoples of the Artic zone, Siberia or the Far East in Russia who number less than 50,000...

    Arctic Natives basically

    I have been reading about this and their lives will be additionally made much easier once railway infrastructure up there is fully built because it will bring the prices in local stores on par with rest of the country

    Right now a lot of it is delivered by air which makes stuff more expensive from the get go (it will also remove the need for part of federal subsidies that went into price management)


    Not just them, but also some native peoples of the Far East and lower Siberia; for whom the situation is not so great frequently, some of them have a life expectancy in the range of the 50s, a couple even in the high 40s.

    A lot of it is to do with alcohol dependency for which they're not adapted in the same way as Europeans, also the collapse of the Soviet-era social net and collective reindeer herding and farm systems (albeit they have been restored to some extent over the past years), dangerous and inhospitable climatic conditions in areas of scarce infrastructure, and also sometimes some stuff like coal mining nearby that affects health. And some of them were just fucked over in the Soviet era too.

    But it's great to hear that at least they're not dying out as such, given time their life expectancy could reach the Russian average too.

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