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SIPRI: Stockholm International Peace Research Institute
SIPRI is an independent international institute dedicated to research into conflict, armaments, arms control and disarmament. Established in 1966, SIPRI provides data, analysis and recommendations, based on open sources, to policymakers, researchers, media and the interested public. Based in Stockholm, SIPRI also has a presence in Beijing, and is regularly ranked among the most respected think tanks worldwide.
United Nations Statistical Division Databases
The Census Knowledge Base, a fundamental part of the resource centre for the 2010 World Population and Housing Census Programme, is a repository of documents relevant for the field of population and housing census taking
US Census Bureau
Includes American Community Survey, Estimates, Projections, Housing, Income, State Median Income, Poverty, Health Insurance, International, Genealogy, Census 2000, Economic Census
UK Census Data
The census in England and Wales from the Office of National Statistics
POPLINE: POPulation information onLINE
The world's largest database on reproductive health, containing citations with abstracts to scientific articles, reports, books, and unpublished reports in the field of population, family planning, and related health issues
International Data Base (IDB)
Country rankings and world population information
US Census Bureau PopClocks
Australian census data
ABS Census website has statistical profiles for geographic areas.
Townsville & Cairns: get started with Census 2011 results
The ABS website has many options for looking at the figures from the 2011 census. These links cover the Statistical Area Level 4 (SA4) for the Cairns and Townsville regions. You can use the Census site to drill down into the level of a few blocks in a neighbourhood (SA1).
Note that these areas do not match Local Government suburbs exactly.
Australian population clock
Photo 1921 Census by commons.wikimedia.org
- one birth every 1:46 min
- one death every 3:40 min
- a net gain of one international migrant every 2:44 min
- an overall total population increase of one person every 1:31 min (ABS)
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