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Statistics Estonia extends the e-census by 24 hours
– news release no 21
Statistics Estonia lengthens the opportunity to participate in the e-census by 24 hours due to a big interest of the population in the e-census. People can participate online in the Population Census until 23:59 on 1 February.
Today is the last day for participating in the e-census
– news release no 20
Today, 31 January is the last day when people can participate online in the current Population and Housing Census. As of 06:00 on 31 January, already 56% of the estimated population of Estonia has participated in the e-census.
Production of industrial output and energy, December 2011
– news release no 19
According to Statistics Estonia, in 2011 the production of industrial enterprises grew 18% compared to the previous year. The growth of production was mainly influenced by the external demand, but the domestic demand also increased continually during the year.
Half of the population of Estonia enumerated in the Population Census
– news release no 18
In the present Population and Housing Census, more than half of the population of Estonia have been enumerated online. The census questionnaires can be completed online only until 31 January late hours.
According to Statistics Estonia, in December 2011 compared to the same month of the previous year the retail sales of goods of retail trade enterprises increased 5% at constant prices. Since February compared to the same month of the previous year, the retail sales have shown a stable growth.
Statistics Estonia: do not leave participating in the e-census for the last moment
– news release no 16
Statistics Estonia reminds that there are only a few days left when the population can participate in the e-census and recommends not leaving it for the last moment. The census can be completed online only until 31 January late hours.
According to the preliminary data of Statistics Estonia, the cereal production was 771,900 tons in 2011, which is 14% more than in the previous year. Compared to the previous year, the production of wheat, barley and rye increased.
According to preliminary data of Statistics Estonia, the production of milk amounted to 694,800 tons in 2011, which is 3% more than in a year before. The number of dairy cows did not change significantly compared to the previous year, but milk production per cow kept increasing.
More than half a million people enumerated in the e-census
– news release no 13
By the midnight of Tuesday, 24 January, more than half a million people had been enumerated online – this is 38% of the estimated population of Estonia. The census can be completed online only until 31 January.
According to Statistics Estonia, by preliminary data, the population number in Estonia was 1,316,500 on 1 January 2012. The decline in the estimated population in 2011 was influenced by the decrease in the number of births as well as by the increase of emigration.
Statistics Estonia: now is the best time to participate in the e-census
– news release no 9
The recommendation of Statistics Estonia is to complete the e-census now, instead on waiting until the end of January when the system load will be higher and could make the enumeration process slower. In the first two weeks, more than 310,000 persons have already been enumerated in the e-census.
According to Statistics Estonia, in November 2011, 184,000 domestic and foreign tourists stayed in accommodation establishments of Estonia. The number of tourists increased 12% compared to November 2010.
200,000 persons already enumerated in the e-census
– news release no 6
By the afternoon of Saturday, 7 January, more than 200,000 persons had been enumerated online. This represents about 15% of the Estonian population. Participation rates are still the highest in Tartu and Harju counties.
According to Statistics Estonia, the consumer price index increased 5.0% in 2011 compared to the average of 2010. The change in the consumer price index was mainly influenced by food and non-alcoholic beverages.
Statistics Estonia: the e-census software will be updated tonight
– news release no 3
Tonight, on 3 January, the e-census software will be updated. As a result, it will not be possible to participate in the e-census between 23:00 and 24:00. The updates are required to eliminate certain problems that have emerged in the first few days of the census.
More than 100,000 persons have been enumerated in the e-census
– news release no 2
By the afternoon of Tuesday, 3 January, 102,620 persons had been enumerated online. This represents more than 8% of all Estonian residents. Participation rates have been the highest in Harju and Tartu counties.
The 2011 Population and Housing Census (PHC 2011), which began in the first minutes of 31 December, has had a flying start – during the first 24 hours, online questionnaires were completed on more than 26,000 persons. The census questionnaires can be completed online until the end of January.