Àwọn Króátì

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Croats
Hrvati
Àpapọ̀ iye oníbùgbé
7-9 million (est)[1]
Regions with significant populations
 Croatia 3,977,171[2]
 Bósníà àti Hẹrjẹgòfínà 659,718 (2009) [3]
 Àwọn Ìpínlẹ̀ Aṣọ̀kan 420,763 (2007) [4]
 Tsílè 380,000 [5]
 Argẹntínà 250,000 [5]
 Jẹ́mánì 227,510 [5]
 Austria 150,719 [6]
 Austrálíà 118,046 (2006) [7]
 Kánádà 110,880 [8]
 Sérbíà 70,602 [9]
 Brasil 45,000 (est) [5]
 Swítsàlandì 40,484(2006) [10]
 Sloféníà 35,642 (2002) [11]
 Fránsì 30,000(est) [12]
 Húngárì 25,730 [13]
 Itálíà 21,360 [14]
 Gúúsù Áfríkà 8,000 [15]
 Montenegro 6,811 (2000) [16]
 Románíà 6,786 [17]
 Swídìn 6,063 [18]
 Dẹ́nmárkì 5,400 [19]
 Norway 3,909 [20]
 Slofákíà 890 [21]
 Bẹ́ljíọ̀m 810 [22]
Èdè

Croatian

Ẹ̀sìn

Predominantly Roman Catholic

Ẹ̀yà abínibí bíbátan

Other Slavic nations, especially South Slavs

Àwọn Króátì (Kroatíà: Hrvati) ni awon eya eniyan Guusu Slafiki ti won unsaba gbe ni Kroatia, Bosnia ati Herzegovina ati awon awon orile-ede to sunmo won. Awon Kroati bi egbegberun 4 ni won ungbe ni Kroatia, ati idiye bi egbegberun 4.5 kakiri ibi to ku lagbaye.[1][23]



Itokasi[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Daphne Winland (2004), "Croatian Diaspora", in Melvin Ember, Carol R. Ember, Ian Skoggard, Encyclopedia of Diasporas: Immigrant and Refugee Cultures Around the World. Volume I: Overviews and Topics; Volume II: Diaspora Communities, 2 (illustrated ed.), Springer, p. 76, ISBN 0306483211, 9780306483219, http://books.google.com/books?id=7QEjPVyd9YMC, "It is estimated that 4.5 million Croatians live outside Croatia (...)" 
  2. 2001 Census. Also The Statistical Yearbook 2009. Stanovništvu -population, page 13, Državni zavoda za statistiku, Republic of Croatia
  3. CIA World Factbook: Bosnia and Herzegovina 14.3% of a total population of 4,613,414 (July 2009 not including "Refugees and internally displaced persons" because they put Bosnian Croats together with other types.
  4. S0201. Selected Population Profile in the United States, Population Group: Croatian (109-110), Data Set: 2007 American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates, Survey: American Community Survey.
  5. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named croata
  6. Census 2001 "Tabelle 5: Bevölkerung nach Umgangssprache und Staatsangehörigkeit", page 60 "131,307 Croatians + 19,412 Burgenland Croats = 150,719. In the Austrian census, Burgenland Croats are separate from the main Croat group."
  7. 2006 Census of Population and Housing. Australia (you have to look around for an excel file. The one I found was labelled as "20680-Ancestry by Country of Birth of Parents - Australia")
  8. Ethnic Origin (247), Single and Multiple Ethnic Origin Responses (3) and Sex (3) for the Population of Canada
  9. 2002 Census in Serbia
  10. 2006 Figures page 68, Petra-P12, gives a 40,484 number. as of 2004 page 12 2.1.1. Ständige ausländische Wohnbevölkerung nach Nationalität 2001 - 2004, gives a 44,035 number
  11. Slovenian census 2002
  12. La Croatie. Population et religions Embassy of Croatia in France "Diaspora. Plus de 2 millions de Croates (originaires de Croatie et de Bosnie-Herzégovine) vivent à l'étranger Dans la deuxième moitié du XIXe siècle de nombreux Croates ont émigré sur d'autres continents. Leurs descendants sont aujourd'hui 1,3 million aux États-Unis, 150 000 au Canada, 250 000 en Australie. Plus récemment, beaucoup sont partis vers l'Europe occidentale, principalement l'Allemagne où ils sont 280 000, l'Autriche 40 000, la Suisse 35 000, la France quelque 30 000."
  13. Hungary census
  14. Foreingers in Italy
  15. Croatians in South Africa and their clubs
  16. Montenegrian census page 14 Population by national or ethnic affiliation - Review for Republic of Montenegro and municipalities
  17. Census in Romania
  18. By Ancestry 2008 "1.1.2 Population by country of birth 1900–2006" in page 6 says 6,063 and "1.1.3 Population by citizenship 1900–2006" in page 10 says 2,763
  19. Denmark – People Groups
  20. Statistics Norway - Persons with immigrant background by immigration category and country background. 1 January 2010
  21. From the lives of Croatian faithful outside of Croatia
  22. Croatians in Belgium
  23. Hrvatski Svjetski Kongres, Croatian World Congress, "4.5 million Croats and people of Croatian heritage live outside of the Republic of Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina", also quoted here