Poland Muslim Population Percentage 2019 By City Demographics Religion

Poland Muslim Population Percentage 2019 By City Demographics Religion

A continuous presence of Islam in Poland began in the 14th century. From this time it was primarily associated with the Tatars, many of whom settled in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth while continuing their traditions and religious beliefs. The first significant non-Tatar groups of Muslims arrived in Poland in the 1970s.


Today, around 0.1% of the population in Poland is Muslim. The majority of Muslims in Poland are Sunni
Although Muslims make up only around 35,000 of a 38 million population, Poles believe that their number is actually 2.6 million, which would make the Polish Muslim population one of the largest in the European Union after France, Germany and the UK.
Also People in Poland believe that the number of Muslims in the country will grow to up to 13% by 2020.

The demographics of Poland constitute all demographic features of the population of Poland, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population.Ethnically, Poland is a very homogeneous country, with 96.7% of population being Polish. 

A number of censuses have assessed this data, including a national census in 2002, and a survey by the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights (HFHR), which confirmed there are numerous autochthonous ethnic groups in Poland. Estimates by INTEREG and Eurominority present a similar demographic picture of Poland but they provide estimates only for the most numerous of these ethnic groups.

Poland is aging rapidly. In 1950, the median age was 25.8: half of the Polish population was younger, half older. Today it is 38.2. If current trends continue, it will be 51 by 2050. As the population is aging, it has also started to decline mainly due to low birth rates and continued emigration which is impacting the economy. The number of children born in Polish families (TFR of 1.31, down from 2 in 1990) is one of the lowest in Eastern Europe.

 


Polish Poland demographics Population by Religion

Region

Population

Catholic

87.20%

Orthodox

1.30%

Protestant

0.40%

Other

0.40%

Islam 0.1%

Unspecified

10.80%

 


Immigrant Population divided by Region

Citizenship

Census 2011[15]

%

Poland

9,903,268

91.6

 Albania

480,824

4.45

 Bulgaria

75,915

0.7

 Romania

46,523

0.43

 Pakistan

34,177

0.31

 Georgia

27,400

0.25

 Ukraine

17,006

0.16

 United Kingdom

15,386

0.14

 Cyprus

14,446

0.13

 Poland

14,145

0.13

 Russia

13,807

0.12

 India

11,333

0.1

 Bangladesh

11,076

0.1

 Germany

10,778

0.09

 Egypt

10,455

0.09

 Moldova

10,391

0.09

 Philippines

9,804

0.09

Other

108,436

1

Total

10,815,197

100


Polish Poland demographics Population by Race

Polish 98%, other 2%; note: the Polish government states there are no ethnic divisions in Poland


Polish Population by City
.

S.No.

Name

Adm.

Population   Estimate 31/12/2015

1

Warszawa

MAZ

1,744,351

2

Kraków

MAL

761,069

3

Lódz

LOD

700,982

4

Wroclaw

DOL

635,759

5

Poznan

WIE

542,348

6

Gdansk

POM

462,249

7

Szczecin

ZAC

405,657

8

Bydgoszcz

KUJ

355,645

9

Lublin

LUB

340,727

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Gibraltar general Election Date: 13 October 2019 

The Gibraltar general election of 2019 to elect all 17 members to the 4th Gibraltar Parliament is scheduled to take place on Thursday 17 October 2019. Chief Minister Fabian Picardo announced the date of the election on Monday 16 September 2019.


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Under section 38(2) of the Gibraltar Constitution Order 2006, the parliament must be dissolved by the Governor four years after its first meeting following the last election (unless the Chief Minister advises the Governor to dissolve parliament sooner). Under section 37 of the Constitution, writs for a general election must be issued within thirty days of the dissolution and the general election must then be held no later than three months after the issuing of a writ. In October 2015, Chief Minister Fabian Picardo announced that the election would take place on 26 November. Following the British tradition, elections in Gibraltar conventionally take place on a Thursday.


Gibraltar general Parties and leaders

 

N/A


Gibraltar past election results 

Party Votes % +/– Seats % +/–
Alliance Gibraltar Socialist Labour Party 70,551 47.8 +13.6 7 41.2 ±0
Liberal Party of Gibraltar 30,399 20.6 +6.0 3 17.6 ±0
Total Alliance 100,950 68.4 +19.6 10 58.8 ±0
Gibraltar Social Democrats 46,545 31.6 -15.2 7 41.2 ±0
Total 147,495 100 17 100
 
Valid votes 15,578 94.6
Invalid/blank votes 897 5.4
Total votes cast 16,475 100
Registered voters/turnout 23,278 70.8

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Polish Parliamentary Election Date: 13 October 2019 

The next Polish parliamentary elections will be held on 13 October 2019. All 460 members of the Sejm and 100 senators will be elected.

Elections in Poland refers to the election process as well as the election results in Poland. Poland has a multi-party political system. On the national level, Poland elects the head of state – the president – and a legislature. There are also various local elections, referendums and elections to the European Parliament.

Poland has a long history of public elections dating back several centuries, beginning with the elections to Sejm in Łęczyca (known as the First Sejm) in 1182. Notably, since the Sejm of 1493, Polish kings were obliged to call regular Sejms and regional elections (sejmiks) every two years. From 1573 until 1795 the state system of elective monarchy in Poland required the royal elections of monarchs as well during the Sejm proceedings.

The first modern and free elections in 20th-century-Poland were held in 1919, two months after Poland regained independence in 1918 from over more than a century of foreign partitions and colonization efforts by Austria, Prussia, and the Russian Empire. After the Second World War, Poland fell into the Soviet sphere of influence as a satellite state and became controlled by the communists, who rigged the elections of 1947 to ensure they controlled the entire Polish government. There were regular elections in Poland from that time on; however, no elections until the groundbreaking elections of 1989, marking the fall of communism, were free. The Polish communists secured a majority of the lower house seats in 1989, but also, for the first time in the Eastern Bloc history, allowed opposition parties to gain representation; therefore the election was semi-free. All subsequent elections, beginning with the 1991 election are considered fair and free.


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The Electoral system of Polish

The 460 members of the Sejm are elected by open party-list proportional representation in multi-member constituencies. Seats are allocated using the D'hondt method, with a 5% threshold for single parties and 8% threshold for coalitions (although requirements waived for national minorities). The Senate is elected using first-past-the-post voting in single-member districts. Candidates for Deputies are nominated either by the electoral committees of the various political parties and or by individual voter committees.

Overall, the Sejm includes 460 MPs. Should a party have 231 or more deputies in Parliament, it has an absolute majority and could thus govern autonomously, without a coalition partner. The constitution can be amended with a supermajority of two-thirds of 307 deputies.


Polish Parties and leaders

 

Name of the Party Name of the Leader
Polish Coalition Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz
Law and Justice Jarosław Kaczyński
The Left Włodzimierz Czarzasty
Confederation Janusz Korwin-Mikke
Civic Coalition Grzegorz Schetyna

Polish past election results 

Parties Sejm Senate
Votes Seats Seats
Law and Justice (Prawo I Sprawiedliwość, PiS) 5,711,687

235 / 460

61 / 100

Civic Platform (Platforma Obywatelska, PO) 3,661,474

138 / 460

34 / 100

Kukiz'15 (K'15) 1,339,094

42 / 460

Modern (Nowoczesna, .N) 1,155,370

28 / 460

United Left (Zjednoczona Lewica, ZL) 1,147,102
Polish People's Party (Polskie Stronnictwo Ludowe, PSL) 779,875

16 / 460

1 / 100

Korwin 722,999
Together (Partia Razem) 550,349
Regional committees
Committee of Zbigniew Stonoga (KWW ZS) 42,731
German Minority (Mniejszość Niemiecka, MN) 27,530

1 / 460

United for Silesia (Zjednoczeni DLA Śląska, ZdŚ) 18,668
JOW Bezpartyjni 15,656
Committee of Grzegorz Braun "God Bless You!" (Szczęść Boże!) 13,113
Congress of the New Right (Kongres Nowej Prawicy, KNP) 4,852
Self-Defence (Samoobrona) 4,266
Social Movement of the Republic of Poland (Ruch Społeczny) 3,941
Citizens to Parliament (Obywatele do Parlamentu, ODP) 1,964
Independents (Niezależni) N/A N/A

4 / 100

Total 15,200,671 460 100

Poland Muslim Population Percentage 2017 By City Demographics Religion

Poland Muslim Population Percentage 2017 By City Demographics Religion

A continuous presence of Islam in Poland began in the 14th century. From this time it was primarily associated with the Tatars, many of whom settled in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth while continuing their traditions and religious beliefs. The first significant non-Tatar groups of Muslims arrived in Poland in the 1970s.


Today, around 0.1% of the population in Poland is Muslim. The majority of Muslims in Poland are Sunni
Although Muslims make up only around 35,000 of a 38 million population, Poles believe that their number is actually 2.6 million, which would make the Polish Muslim population one of the largest in the European Union after France, Germany and the UK.
Also People in Poland believe that the number of Muslims in the country will grow to up to 13% by 2020.

The demographics of Poland constitute all demographic features of the population of Poland, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population.Ethnically, Poland is a very homogeneous country, with 96.7% of population being Polish. 

A number of censuses have assessed this data, including a national census in 2002, and a survey by the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights (HFHR), which confirmed there are numerous autochthonous ethnic groups in Poland. Estimates by INTEREG and Eurominority present a similar demographic picture of Poland but they provide estimates only for the most numerous of these ethnic groups.

Poland is aging rapidly. In 1950, the median age was 25.8: half of the Polish population was younger, half older. Today it is 38.2. If current trends continue, it will be 51 by 2050. As the population is aging, it has also started to decline mainly due to low birth rates and continued emigration which is impacting the economy. The number of children born in Polish families (TFR of 1.31, down from 2 in 1990) is one of the lowest in Eastern Europe.

 


Polish Poland demographics Population by Religion

Region

Population

Catholic

87.20%

Orthodox

1.30%

Protestant

0.40%

Other

0.40%

Islam 0.1%

Unspecified

10.80%

 


Immigrant Population divided by Region

Citizenship

Census 2011[15]

%

Poland

9,903,268

91.6

 Albania

480,824

4.45

 Bulgaria

75,915

0.7

 Romania

46,523

0.43

 Pakistan

34,177

0.31

 Georgia

27,400

0.25

 Ukraine

17,006

0.16

 United Kingdom

15,386

0.14

 Cyprus

14,446

0.13

 Poland

14,145

0.13

 Russia

13,807

0.12

 India

11,333

0.1

 Bangladesh

11,076

0.1

 Germany

10,778

0.09

 Egypt

10,455

0.09

 Moldova

10,391

0.09

 Philippines

9,804

0.09

Other

108,436

1

Total

10,815,197

100


Polish Poland demographics Population by Race

Polish 98%, other 2%; note: the Polish government states there are no ethnic divisions in Poland


Polish Population by City
.

S.No.

Name

Adm.

Population   Estimate 31/12/2015

1

Warszawa

MAZ

1,744,351

2

Kraków

MAL

761,069

3

Lódz

LOD

700,982

4

Wroclaw

DOL

635,759

5

Poznan

WIE

542,348

6

Gdansk

POM

462,249

7

Szczecin

ZAC

405,657

8

Bydgoszcz

KUJ

355,645

9

Lublin

LUB

340,727

Poland Demographics Population Religion Percentage 2017 by City Immigrants

Poland Demographics Population Religion Percentage 2017

The demographics of Poland constitute all demographic features of the population of Poland, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population.Ethnically, Poland is a very homogeneous country, with 96.7% of population being Polish.

A number of censuses have assessed this data, including a national census in 2002, and a survey by the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights (HFHR), which confirmed there are numerous autochthonous ethnic groups in Poland. Estimates by INTEREG and Eurominority present a similar demographic picture of Poland but they provide estimates only for the most numerous of these ethnic groups.

Poland is aging rapidly. In 1950, the median age was 25.8: half of the Polish population was younger, half older. Today it is 38.2. If current trends continue, it will be 51 by 2050. As the population is aging, it has also started to decline mainly due to low birth rates and continued emigration which is impacting the economy. The number of children born in Polish families (TFR of 1.31, down from 2 in 1990) is one of the lowest in Eastern Europe.

 


Polish Poland demographics Population by Religion

Region

Population

Catholic

87.20%

Orthodox

1.30%

Protestant

0.40%

Other

0.40%

Unspecified

10.80%

 


Immigrant Population divided by Region

Citizenship

Census 2011[15]

%

Poland

9,903,268

91.6

 Albania

480,824

4.45

 Bulgaria

75,915

0.7

 Romania

46,523

0.43

 Pakistan

34,177

0.31

 Georgia

27,400

0.25

 Ukraine

17,006

0.16

 United Kingdom

15,386

0.14

 Cyprus

14,446

0.13

 Poland

14,145

0.13

 Russia

13,807

0.12

 India

11,333

0.1

 Bangladesh

11,076

0.1

 Germany

10,778

0.09

 Egypt

10,455

0.09

 Moldova

10,391

0.09

 Philippines

9,804

0.09

Other

108,436

1

Total

10,815,197

100


Polish Poland demographics Population by Race

Polish 98%, other 2%; note: the Polish government states there are no ethnic divisions in Poland


Polish Population by City
.

S.No.

Name

Adm.

Population   Estimate 31/12/2015

1

Warszawa

MAZ

1,744,351

2

Kraków

MAL

761,069

3

Lódz

LOD

700,982

4

Wroclaw

DOL

635,759

5

Poznan

WIE

542,348

6

Gdansk

POM

462,249

7

Szczecin

ZAC

405,657

8

Bydgoszcz

KUJ

355,645

9

Lublin

LUB

340,727

 

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National Parliamentary election Date: 2019

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The next Polish parliamentary elections must be held not later than November 2019. All 460 members of the Sejm and 100 senators will be elected.

Following the 2015 parliamentary elections theLaw and Justice (PiS) party was able form a majority government, after receiving 235 seats to the 138 won by their main competitor, Civic Platform, the first time in the post-communist era that a party had won an outright majority in parliamentary elections. Beata Szydłobecame Prime Minister on 16 November 2015 in a cabinet also including Solidary Poland andPoland Together, which ran on joint lists with Law & Justice.


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Candidate

Vote %

   
   

Electoral system of Poland

The 460 members of the Sejm are elected by open party-list proportional representation in multi-member constituencies. Seats are allocated using the D'hondt method, with a 5% threshold for single parties and 8% threshold for coalitions (although requirements waived for national minorities). The Senate is elected using first-past-the-post voting in single-member districts.Candidates for Deputies are nominated either by the electoral committees of the various political parties and or by individual voter committees.

Overall, the Sejm includes 460 MPs. Should a party have 231 or more deputies in Parliament, it has an absolute majorityand could thus govern autonomously, without a coalition partner. The constitution can be amended with a supermajority of two-thirds, or 307 deputies.

 

Candidates for Parliamentary election 2019

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Poland Parties and leaders

Law and Justice, Civic Platform, Modern (political party), Union of European Democrats, Solidary Poland, Poland Together.


Poland Parliamentary election Results

 

Summary of the 25 October 2015 Polish parliamentary election results[

 

Parties

Sejm

Senate

 

Votes

%

±%

Seats

±

Seats

±

 

 

Law and Justice (Prawo i Sprawiedliwość, PiS)

5,711,687

37.58

Increase7.69

235 / 460

Increase78

61 / 100

Increase 30

 

 

Civic Platform (Platforma Obywatelska, PO)

3,661,474

24.09

Decrease15.09

138 / 460

Decrease69

34 / 100

Decrease34

 

 

Kukiz'15 (K'15)

1,339,094

8.81

 

42 / 460

Increase42

 

 

 

Modern (Nowoczesna, .N)

1,155,370

7.60

 

28 / 460

Increase28

 

 

 

United Left (Zjednoczona Lewica, ZL)

1,147,102

7.55

Decrease11.26

[a]

Decrease67

 

 

 

Polish People's Party (Polskie Stronnictwo Ludowe, PSL)

779,875

5.13

Decrease3.23

16 / 460

Decrease12

1 / 100

Decrease1

 

 

KORWiN

722,999

4.76

 

 

 

 

 

Together (Partia Razem)

550,349

3.62

 

 

 

 

Regional committees

 

 

Committee of Zbigniew Stonoga (KWW ZS)

42,731

0.28

 

 

 

 

 

German Minority (Mniejszość Niemiecka, MN)

27,530

0.18

Decrease0.01

1 / 460

Steady

 

 

 

United for Silesia (Zjednoczeni dla Śląska, ZdŚ)

18,668

0.12

 

 

 

 

 

JOW Bezpartyjni

15,656

0.10

 

 

 

 

 

Committee of Grzegorz Braun "God Bless You!" (Szczęść Boże!)

13,113

0.09

 

 

 

 

 

Congress of the New Right (Kongres Nowej Prawicy, KNP)

4,852

0.03

Decrease1.03

 

 

 

 

Self-Defence (Samoobrona)

4,266

0.03

Decrease0.04

 

 

 

 

Social Movement of the Republic of Poland (Ruch Społeczny)

3,941

0.03

 

 

 

 

 

Citizens to Parliament (Obywatele do Parlamentu, OdP)

1,964

0.01

 

 

 

 

 

Independents (Niezależni)

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

4 / 100

Steady

 

Total

15,200,671

100

 

460

100

 

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Electoral system

The 460 members of the Sejm are elected by open party-list proportional representation in multi-member constituencies. Seats are allocated using the D'hondt method, with a 5% threshold for single parties and 8% threshold for coalitions (although requirements waived for national minorities). The Senate is elected using first-past-the-post voting in single-member districts. Candidates for Deputies are nominated either by the electoral committees of the various political parties and or by individual voter committees.
Overall, the Sejm includes 460 MPs. Should a party have 231 or more deputies in Parliament, it has an absolute majority and could thus govern autonomously, without a coalition partner. The constitution can be amended with a supermajority of two-thirds, or 307 deputies.

Election date

Constitution of Poland requires that the next election should take place on a non-working day, Sunday or national holiday, within the 30-day period before the expiry of the 4-year period beginning from the commencement of the current Sejm's and Senate's term of office.

Since the current Sejm and Senate first sitting took place on 12 November 2015, possible dates are Sundays 13 October, 20 October, 27 October, 3 November and 10 November 2019. The other possible but unlikely dates are public holidays 1 November (All Saints' Day) and 11 November (Independence Day) 2019. The date will be chosen by the President of Poland.

Opinion polling for Polish parliamentary election 2019

Polling Firm/Link Last Date
of Polling
Prawo i Sprawiedliwość (emblem).svg Civic Platform basic logo.svg Logo Kukiz'15.svg Nowoczesna logo.png PSL logo.PNG United Left Koalicja Odnowy Rzeczypospolitej Wolność i Nadzieja.svg Razem-logo.png Others /
Don't know
Lead
Democratic Left Alliance logo.svg Logo TwojRuch.png
                 
TNS Poland / "GW" October 26, 2016 29 14 11 19 3 2 1 3 3 15 10
IBRiS / "Rz" October 22, 2016[1] 30.2 16.7 8.9 20.1 5.1 5.7   1.1 2.9 9.3 10.1
CBOS October 19, 2016 38 15 6 16 4 4   3 2 12 22
Dobra Opinia October 16, 2016 33.9 20.7 8.6 17.5 4.2 6.0   2.2 4.2 2.7 13.2
IBRiS / Onet October 13, 2016 29.3 16.3 6.8 22.9 5.2 5.3   1.4 3.4 9.4 6.4
TNS Poland October 12, 2016 34 15 9 11 3 3 0 3 3 19 19