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Map of the counties in the Lands of the Crown of St. Stephen (the Kingdom of Hungary proper and Croatia-Slavonia) around 1880
Proportion of Hungarians in Hungary, 1890 census based on the most commonly spoken languages

This article is about the demographic development of the Kingdom of Hungary during a time period between 1715 and 1910.

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Demographics by county

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"Hungary proper"

Abaúj-Torna

1910 census population by language:

Language Number %
Hungarian 156,668 -
Slovak 36,067 -
German 6,520 -
Russniak 378 -
Romanian 127 -
Croatian 63 -
Serbian 21 -
other 2,444 -

Alsó-Fehér

1910 census population by language:

Language Number %
Romanian 171,483 -
Hungarian 39,107 -
German 7,269 -

Arad

1910 census population by language:

Language Number %
Romanian 239,755 -
Hungarian 124,215 -
German 38,695 -
Slovak 5,451 -
Serbian 2,138 -

Árva

1910 census population by language:

Language Number %
Slovak 59,096 -
Polish 16,131 -
Hungarian 2,000 -
German 1,518 -

Bács-Bodrog

1715 census:

Ethnic group Number %
Serbs, Bunjevci, Šokci - 97.6%

1720 census:

Ethnic group Number %
Serbs 76,000 73%
Bunjevci and Šokci 22,000 21%
Hungarians 5,019 -
Germans 750 -

1820:

Ethnic group Number %
Serbs, Bunjevci, Šokci 170,942 44%
Hungarians 121,688 31%
Germans 91,016 23%

1910 census population by language:

Language Number %
Hungarian 363,518 44.75%
German 190,697 23.47%
Serbian 145,063 17.86%
Slovak 30,137 -
Russniak 10,760 -
Croatian 1,279 -
Romanian 386 -
other (mostly Bunjevac and Šokac) 70,545 -

Baranya

Population by language (1910 census):

Language Number %
Hungarian 199,659 -
German 112,297 -
Serbian 13,048 -
Croatian 10,159 -

Bars

1910 census population by language:

Language Number %
Slovak 97,824 -
Hungarian 62,022 -
German 17,366 -

Békés

Bereg

Beszterce-Naszód

1910 census population by language:

Language Number %
Romanian 87,564 -
German 25,609 -
Hungarian 10,737 -

Bihar

Borsod

Brassó

Csanád

Csík

Csongrád

Esztergom

Fejér

Fogaras

1910 census population by language:

Language Number %
Romanian 84,436 -
Hungarian 6,466 -
German 3,236 -

Gömör-Kishont

Győr

Hajdú

Háromszék

Heves

Hont

Hunyad

1910 census population by language:

Language Number %
Romanian 271,675 -
Hungarian 52,720 -
German 8,101 -
Slovak 1,024 -

Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok

Kis-Küküllő

1910 census population by language:

  • Romanian = 55,585
  • Hungarian = 34,902
  • German = 20,272

Kolozs

1910 census population by language:

  • Romanian = 161,279
  • Hungarian = 111,439
  • German = 8,386

Komárom

Krassó-Szörény

1910 census population by language:

  • Romanian = 336,082 (72.10%)
  • German = 55,883 (11.99%)
  • Hungarian = 33,787
  • Serbian = 14,674
  • Slovak = 2,908
  • Russniak = 2,351

Liptó

1910 census population by language:

  • Slovak = 78,098
  • Hungarian = 4,365
  • German = 2,591

Máramaros

1910 census population by language:

  • Ruthenian = 159,489
  • Romanian = 84,510
  • German = 59,552
  • Hungarian = 52,964

Maros-Torda

Moson

1910 census population by language:

  • German = 51,997
  • Hungarian = 33,006
  • Croatian = 8,123

Nagy-Küküllő

1910 census population by language:

  • German = 62,224
  • Romanian = 60,381
  • Hungarian = 18,474

Nógrád

Nyitra

1910 census population by language:

  • Slovak = 324,664
  • Hungarian = 100,324
  • German = 27,937

Pest-Pilis-Solt-Kiskun

Pozsony

1910 census population by language:

  • Slovak = 166,017
  • Hungarian = 163,367
  • German = 53,822
  • Croatian = 1,934

Sáros

1910 census population by language:

  • Slovak = 101,855 (60.66%)
  • Ruthenian = 38,500 (22.93%)
  • Hungarian = 18,088 (10.77%)
  • German = 9,447 (5.62%)

Somogy

Sopron

Szabolcs

Szatmár

Szeben

1910 census population by language:

  • Romanian = 113,672
  • German = 49,757
  • Hungarian = 10,159

Szepes

1869 census:

  • Slovaks (50.4%)
  • Germans (35%)
  • Ruthenians/Rusyns (13.8%)
  • Hungarians (0.7%)

1900 census:

  • Slovaks (58.2%)
  • Germans (25%)
  • Ruthenians/Rusyns (8.4%)
  • Hungarians (6%)

1910 census:

  • Slovaks (58%)
  • Germans (25%)
  • Ruthenians/Rusyns(8%)
  • Hungarians (6%)

Szilágy

1910 census population by language:

  • Romanian = 136,087
  • Hungarian = 87,312
  • Slovak = 3,727

Szolnok-Doboka

1910 census population by language:

  • Romanian = 189,443
  • Hungarian = 52,181
  • German = 6,902

Temes

1910 census population by language:

  • Romanian = 169,030 (33.75%)
  • German = 165,883 (33.12%)
  • Hungarian = 79,960 (15.97%)
  • Serbian = 69,905 (13.96%)
  • Slovak = 3,080

Tolna

Torda-Aranyos

1910 census population by language:

  • Romanian = 125,668
  • Hungarian = 44,630

Torontál

1910 census population by language:

  • Serbian = 199,750 (32.47%)
  • German = 165,779 (26.95%)
  • Hungarian = 128,405 (20.87%)
  • Romanian = 86,937 (14.13%)
  • Slovak = 16,143
  • Croatian = 4,203

Trencsén

1910 census population by language:

  • Slovak = 284,770
  • Hungarian = 13,204
  • German = 9,029

Turóc

1910 census population by language:

  • Slovak = 38,432
  • German = 10,993
  • Hungarian = 5,560

Udvarhely

Ugocsa

Ung

1910 census population by language:

  • Ruthenian = 61,711
  • Hungarian = 53,824
  • Slovak = 36,364
  • German = 8,383

Vas

Veszprém

Zala

Zemplén

Zólyom

1910 census population by language:

  • Slovak = 113,294
  • Hungarian = 16,509
  • German = 2,124

Croatia-Slavonia

Bjelovar-Križevci

1910 census population by language:

  • Croatian = 253,687
  • Serbian = 44,533
  • Hungarian = 14,224
  • German = 4,235

Lika-Krbava

1910 census population by language:

  • Serbian = 104,036
  • Croatian = 100,346
  • other

Modruš-Rijeka

1910 census population by language:

  • Croatian = 152,210
  • Serbian = 74,894
  • other

Požega

1910 census population by language:

  • Croatian = 142,616
  • Serbian = 66,783
  • Hungarian = 16,462
  • German = 13,143
  • Slovak = 3,352
  • Rusyn = 2,888

Syrmia

1910 census population by language:

  • Serbian = 183,109 (44.20%)
  • Croatian = 106,198 (25.64%)
  • German = 68,086 (16.44%)
  • Hungarian = 29,522
  • Slovakian = 13,841
  • Russniak = 4,642

Varaždin

1910 census population by language:

  • Croatian = 300,033
  • Serbian = 2,384
  • German = 1,172
  • Hungarian = 1,095

Virovitica

1910 census population by language:

  • Croatian = 137,394
  • Serbian = 46,658
  • German = 40,766
  • Hungarian = 37,656
  • Slovak = 3,691

Zagreb

1910 census population by language:

  • Croatian = 445,870
  • Serbian = 122,558
  • Hungarian = 6,068
  • German = 6,016

Sources

  • Révai Nagy Lexikóna

External links


File:Kingdom of Hungary
Map of the counties in the Lands of the Crown of St. Stephen (the Kingdom of Hungary proper and Croatia-Slavonia) around 1880
File:Hungarians in Hungary (1890).png
Proportion of Hungarians in Hungary, 1890 census based on the most commonly spoken languages

This article is about the demographic development of the Kingdom of Hungary during a time period between 1715 and 1910.

Contents

Demographics by county

"Hungary proper"

Abaúj-Torna

1910 census population by language:

Language Number %
Hungarian 156,668 -
Slovak 36,067 -
German 6,520 -
Russniak 378 -
Romanian 127 -
Croatian 63 -
Serbian 21 -
other 2,444 -

Alsó-Fehér

1910 census population by language:

Language Number %
Romanian 171,483 -
Hungarian 39,107 -
German 7,269 -

Arad

1910 census population by language:

Language Number %
Romanian 239,755 -
Hungarian 124,215 -
German 38,695 -
Slovak 5,451 -
Serbian 2,138 -

Árva

1910 census population by language:

Language Number %
Slovak 59,096 -
Polish 16,131 -
Hungarian 2,000 -
German 1,518 -

Bács-Bodrog

1715 census:

Ethnic group Number %
Serbs, Bunjevci, Šokci - 97.6%

1720 census:

Ethnic group Number %
Serbs 76,000 73%
Bunjevci and Šokci 22,000 21%
Hungarians 5,019 -
Germans 750 -

1820:

Ethnic group Number %
Serbs, Bunjevci, Šokci 170,942 44%
Hungarians 121,688 31%
Germans 91,016 23%

1910 census population by language:

Language Number %
Hungarian 363,518 44.75%
German 190,697 23.47%
Serbian 145,063 17.86%
Slovak 30,137 -
Russniak 10,760 -
Croatian 1,279 -
Romanian 386 -
other (mostly Bunjevac and Šokac) 70,545 -

Baranya

Population by language (1910 census):

Language Number %
Hungarian 199,659 -
German 112,297 -
Serbian 13,048 -
Croatian 10,159 -

Bars

1910 census population by language:

Language Number %
Slovak 97,824 -
Hungarian 62,022 -
German 17,366 -

Békés

Bereg

Beszterce-Naszód

1910 census population by language:

Language Number %
Romanian 87,564 -
German 25,609 -
Hungarian 10,737 -

Bihar

Borsod

Brassó

Csanád

Csík

Csongrád

Esztergom

Fejér

Fogaras

1910 census population by language:

Language Number %
Romanian 84,436 -
Hungarian 6,466 -
German 3,236 -

Gömör-Kishont

Győr

Hajdú

Háromszék

Heves

Hont

Hunyad

1910 census population by language:

Language Number %
Romanian 271,675 -
Hungarian 52,720 -
German 8,101 -
Slovak 1,024 -

Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok

Kis-Küküllő

1910 census population by language:

  • Romanian = 55,585
  • Hungarian = 34,902
  • German = 20,272

Kolozs

1910 census population by language:

  • Romanian = 161,279
  • Hungarian = 111,439
  • German = 8,386

Komárom

Krassó-Szörény

1910 census population by language:

  • Romanian = 336,082 (72.10%)
  • German = 55,883 (11.99%)
  • Hungarian = 33,787
  • Serbian = 14,674
  • Slovak = 2,908
  • Russniak = 2,351

Liptó

1910 census population by language:

  • Slovak = 78,098
  • Hungarian = 4,365
  • German = 2,591

Máramaros

1910 census population by language:

  • Ruthenian = 159,489
  • Romanian = 84,510
  • German = 59,552
  • Hungarian = 52,964

Maros-Torda

Moson

1910 census population by language:

  • German = 51,997
  • Hungarian = 33,006
  • Croatian = 8,123

Nagy-Küküllő

1910 census population by language:

  • German = 62,224
  • Romanian = 60,381
  • Hungarian = 18,474

Nógrád

Nyitra

1910 census population by language:

  • Slovak = 324,664
  • Hungarian = 100,324
  • German = 27,937

Pest-Pilis-Solt-Kiskun

Pozsony

1910 census population by language:

  • Slovak = 166,017
  • Hungarian = 163,367
  • German = 53,822
  • Croatian = 1,934

Sáros

1910 census population by language:

  • Slovak = 101,855 (60.66%)
  • Ruthenian = 38,500 (22.93%)
  • Hungarian = 18,088 (10.77%)
  • German = 9,447 (5.62%)

Somogy

Sopron

Szabolcs

Szatmár

Szeben

1910 census population by language:

  • Romanian = 113,672
  • German = 49,757
  • Hungarian = 10,159

Szepes

1869 census:

  • Slovaks (50.4%)
  • Germans (35%)
  • Ruthenians/Rusyns (13.8%)
  • Hungarians (0.7%)

1900 census:

  • Slovaks (58.2%)
  • Germans (25%)
  • Ruthenians/Rusyns (8.4%)
  • Hungarians (6%)

1910 census:

  • Slovaks (58%)
  • Germans (25%)
  • Ruthenians/Rusyns(8%)
  • Hungarians (6%)

Szilágy

1910 census population by language:

  • Romanian = 136,087
  • Hungarian = 87,312
  • Slovak = 3,727

Szolnok-Doboka

1910 census population by language:

  • Romanian = 189,443
  • Hungarian = 52,181
  • German = 6,902

Temes

1910 census population by language:

  • Romanian = 169,030 (33.75%)
  • German = 165,883 (33.12%)
  • Hungarian = 79,960 (15.97%)
  • Serbian = 69,905 (13.96%)
  • Slovak = 3,080

Tolna

Torda-Aranyos

1910 census population by language:

  • Romanian = 125,668
  • Hungarian = 44,630

Torontál

1910 census population by language:

  • Serbian = 199,750 (32.47%)
  • German = 165,779 (26.95%)
  • Hungarian = 128,405 (20.87%)
  • Romanian = 86,937 (14.13%)
  • Slovak = 16,143
  • Croatian = 4,203

Trencsén

1910 census population by language:

  • Slovak = 284,770
  • Hungarian = 13,204
  • German = 9,029

Turóc

1910 census population by language:

  • Slovak = 38,432
  • German = 10,993
  • Hungarian = 5,560

Udvarhely

Ugocsa

Ung

1910 census population by language:

  • Ruthenian = 61,711
  • Hungarian = 53,824
  • Slovak = 36,364
  • German = 8,383

Vas

Veszprém

Zala

Zemplén

Zólyom

1910 census population by language:

  • Slovak = 113,294
  • Hungarian = 16,509
  • German = 2,124

Croatia-Slavonia

Bjelovar-Križevci

1910 census population by language:

  • Croatian = 253,687
  • Serbian = 44,533
  • Hungarian = 14,224
  • German = 4,235

Lika-Krbava

1910 census population by language:

  • Serbian = 104,036
  • Croatian = 100,346
  • other

Modruš-Rijeka

1910 census population by language:

  • Croatian = 152,210
  • Serbian = 74,894
  • other

Požega

1910 census population by language:

  • Croatian = 142,616
  • Serbian = 66,783
  • Hungarian = 16,462
  • German = 13,143
  • Slovak = 3,352
  • Rusyn = 2,888

Syrmia

1910 census population by language:

  • Serbian = 183,109 (44.20%)
  • Croatian = 106,198 (25.64%)
  • German = 68,086 (16.44%)
  • Hungarian = 29,522
  • Slovakian = 13,841
  • Russniak = 4,642

Varaždin

1910 census population by language:

  • Croatian = 300,033
  • Serbian = 2,384
  • German = 1,172
  • Hungarian = 1,095

Virovitica

1910 census population by language:

  • Croatian = 137,394
  • Serbian = 46,658
  • German = 40,766
  • Hungarian = 37,656
  • Slovak = 3,691

Zagreb

1910 census population by language:

  • Croatian = 445,870
  • Serbian = 122,558
  • Hungarian = 6,068
  • German = 6,016

Sources

  • Révai Nagy Lexikóna

External links


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