Net Migration in Iceland in 2021: 6th Largest on Record

27 Jan 2022 Net migration of people in Iceland last year was the sixth largest on record.

Vík í Mýrdal.

Majority of Residents in Mýrdalur Are Foreign Citizens

17 Jan 2022 Foreign citizens make up more than half of the population of the municipality Mýrdalur, South Iceland.

Immigrants Represent 15.5 Percent of Iceland’s Population

20 Oct 2021 Data published by Statistics Iceland yesterday show that January 1, this year, the number of immigrants living in Iceland was 57,126.

Count the people.

Population of Iceland Nearly 370,000

4 May 2021 Statistics Iceland has just released new population figures.

Population of Iceland: 368,590

1 Feb 2021 The population of Iceland by the end of 2020 was 368,590.

All the Latest Information on Iceland’s Population

2 Nov 2020 The population of Iceland increased by 1,320 during the third quarter of the year.

Immigrants Represent 15.2 Percent of Population

24 Sep 2020 At the beginning of the year, 55,354 immigrants resided in Iceland.

Population of Iceland: nearly 357,000

18 Dec 2019 According to a new report by Statistics Iceland, the population of Iceland on January 1 this year was 356,991, compared with 348,450 a year earlier.

More than 50,000 Immigrants in Iceland

2 Dec 2019 There were 50,272 immigrants in Iceland on January 1 this year, or 14.1 percent of the population.

Foreign Citizens 13.4 Percent of Iceland’s Population

4 Nov 2019 At the end of September, the population of Iceland was 362,860 – 186,220 men and 176,640 women.

Quarter of Reykjanesbær Population from Abroad

4 Aug 2019 The ratio of foreign citizens residing in Reykjanesbær, Southwest Iceland, is the highest it’s ever been, or about 26 percent.

Students at Finnbogastaðaskóli school at play, years ago.

School with Only One Student Left

31 Jul 2018 Finnbogastaðaskóli school in Árneshreppur district, the West Fjords, may not be operated this coming school year.

In  2017, 4.071 children were born in Iceland.

Iceland has highest rate of children born out of wedlock than anywhere else in Europe

25 May 2018 Only 28.8 percent of children were born in wedlock in Iceland in 2017. This is reported by the Iceland bureau of statistics.

Summer net migration to Iceland almost 1,000

2 Nov 2016 950 more people moved to Iceland than moved away in the third quarter of 2016. This, combined with the number of births and deaths in Iceland in the period July-September 2016, brings the total population of Iceland up to 337,610.

Almost one in ten in Iceland foreign-born

25 Oct 2016 At 1 January this year, there were 31,812 foreign nationals living in Iceland – representing 9.6% of the total population – according to new figures from Statistics Iceland.




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