Survey on Nationalities in Border Region between Slovenia and Croatia Presentsed in Ljubljana

There are over 22,000 Slovenes in Croatia, or 0.5 percent of the whole Croatia's population. As much as one third of them live in the border area with Slovenia, where the Slovenes represent 0.9 percent of the population. Croats living in Slovenia, however, make up 2.8 percent of the Slovenia's population (over 54,000 inhabitants); over 18,000 of which live in the border region with Croatia and represent 4 percent of the border population. These are some findings published in the publication of the Institute for Ethnic Studies entitled 'Nationalities in the Border Area between Slovenia and Croatia'. The survey is based on the results of the census conducted in 1991.

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