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Here is a list of the 83[1] federal subjects of Russia in order of population according to the 2002 Census. The total of all federal subjects is 145,166,731, which does not include nationals living abroad at the time of census.

Rank Federal subject Population
Russia 145,166,731
1 Federal city of Moscow 10,382,754
2 Moscow Oblast 6,618,538
3 Krasnodar Krai 5,125,221
4 Federal city of Saint Petersburg 4,661,219
5 Sverdlovsk Oblast 4,486,214
6 Rostov Oblast 4,404,013
7 Republic of Bashkortostan 4,104,336
8 Republic of Tatarstan 3,779,265
9 Chelyabinsk Oblast 3,603,339
10 Nizhny Novgorod Oblast 3,524,028
11 Samara Oblast 3,239,737
12 Krasnoyarsk Krai 2,966,042
13 Kemerovo Oblast 2,899,142
14 Perm Krai 2,819,421
15 Stavropol Krai 2,735,139
16 Volgograd Oblast 2,699,223
17 Novosibirsk Oblast 2,692,251
18 Saratov Oblast 2,668,310
19 Altai Krai 2,607,426
20 Irkutsk Oblast 2,581,705
21 Republic of Dagestan 2,576,531
22 Voronezh Oblast 2,378,803
23 Orenburg Oblast 2,179,551
24 Omsk Oblast 2,079,220
25 Primorsky Krai 2,071,210
26 Tula Oblast 1,675,758
27 Leningrad Oblast 1,669,205
28 Udmurt Republic 1,570,316
29 Vladimir Oblast 1,523,990
30 Belgorod Oblast 1,511,620
31 Kirov Oblast 1,503,529
32 Tver Oblast 1,471,459
33 Penza Oblast 1,452,941
34 Khabarovsk Krai 1,436,570
35 Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug 1,432,817
36 Ulyanovsk Oblast 1,382,811
37 Bryansk Oblast 1,378,941
38 Yaroslavl Oblast 1,367,398
39 Tyumen Oblast 1,325,0181
40 Chuvash Republic 1,313,754
41 Arkhangelsk Oblast 1,294,9932
42 Vologda Oblast 1,269,568
43 Kursk Oblast 1,235,091
44 Ryazan Oblast 1,227,910
45 Lipetsk Oblast 1,213,499
46 Tambov Oblast 1,178,443
47 Zabaykalsky Krai 1,155,346
48 Ivanovo Oblast 1,148,329
49 Chechen Republic 1,103,686
50 Smolensk Oblast 1,049,574
51 Tomsk Oblast 1,046,039
52 Kaluga Oblast 1,041,641
53 Kurgan Oblast 1,019,532
54 Komi Republic 1,018,674
55 Astrakhan Oblast 1,005,276
56 Buryat Republic 981,238
57 Kaliningrad Oblast 955,281
58 Sakha Republic 949,280
59 Amur Oblast 902,844
60 Kabardino-Balkar Republic 901,494
61 Murmansk Oblast 892,534
62 Republic of Mordovia 888,766
63 Oryol Oblast 860,262
64 Pskov Oblast 760,810
65 Kostroma Oblast 736,641
66 Mari El Republic 727,979
67 Republic of Karelia 716,281
68 Republic of North Ossetia-Alania 710,275
69 Novgorod Oblast 694,355
70 Sakhalin Oblast 546,695
71 Republic of Khakassia 546,072
72 Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug 507,006
73 Republic of Ingushetia 467,294
74 Republic of Adygea 447,109
75 Karachay-Cherkess Republic 439,470
76 Kamchatka Krai 358,801
77 Tuva Republic 305,510
78 Republic of Kalmykia 292,410
79 Altai Republic 202,947
80 Jewish Autonomous Oblast 190,915
81 Magadan Oblast 182,726
82 Chukotka Autonomous Okrug 53,824
83 Nenets Autonomous Okrug 41,546

Note 1: Data excludes Khanty-Mansi and Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrugs.

Note 2: Data excludes Nenets Autonomous Okrug.

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Notes

  1. ^ Perm Krai was formed on December 1, 2005 as a result of the merger of Perm Oblast and Komi-Permyak Autonomous Okrug. Evenk Autonomous Okrug and Taymyr Autonomous Okrug were merged into Krasnoyarsk Krai in 2007. Ust-Orda Buryat Autonomous Okrug was merged into Irkutsk Oblast in 2008. Zabaykalsky Krai was formed on March 1, 2008 as a result of the merger of Chita Oblast and Agin-Buryat Autonomous Okrug. All population figures, however, are given for 2002.
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