The census allows the population to be counted and provides an understanding of the country’s population. Monaco’s first census was carried out in 1757.
Censuses have been conducted regularly since the end of the nineteenth century in order to track demographic trends and changes in the Principality’s population.
The last census was undertaken in 2016. It was organised by Monaco City Hall with technical assistance from the Monegasque Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (IMSEE).
The census of the population, carried out on average once every 10 years, allows the population to be counted and provides an understanding of Monaco’s resident population and housing stock. It covers everyone living within the...Read more of Read more
The collected forms have been anonymised and digitised at IMSEE’s offices.At the end of the collection period, the IMSEE team used the database to establish the legal population of the Principality. This figure then serves as t...Read more of Read more
All the statistical tables from the 2016 population census are available for download on this page.Read more of Read more
Active populationIncludes those who have declared that they are working (regardless of their status) and unemployed people seeking work.Active population rateRatio between the active population as defined for the purposes of th...Read more of Read more
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