Stats.del, an agency of the Delongo Ministry, conducted a census in November 2017. Below are the official results for how many people lived in the PDRD on 1 November of that year. The results were unveiled on 10 December 2017.
The People's Democratic Republic of Delongo has a population of 993,940,000 people, making it the third most populated country in the world. Since 2016 there has been a net gain of 107,433,000 people. The P.C. Sienfield had a population of 2.2 million, and is now a part of the PDRD, but was not until 1 January 2018.
Provincial Population: 142,000 ▼
Urban Population: 7,750 ▲
Net loss of 28,000 people. This could be due to mass-emigration from remote areas, lack of immigration to remote areas, low birth rates, and above-average median age levels.
Provincial Population: 8,220,000 ▲
Urban Population: 6,940,000 ▲
Large increase resulting from very high refugee and immigrant settlement in the area following the provincial government's "guaranteed jobs" scheme in urban areas.
Provincial Population: 2,630,000 ▲
Urban Population: 1,990,000 ▲
Provincial Population: 8,010,000
Urban Population: 2,980,000 ▲
Decrease caused by political instability. The decrease has been concentrated in urban areas controlled by ther Capitalist State. Dimin and the French Mounts are mostly benefiting from this emigration, however the vast majority of emigrants are leaving the province. Claymore Tri continues to have one of the highest rural-to-urban ratios of all of the provinces with over a million people.
|Triview (Tri City)||103,000||▼|
Provincial Population: 9,400,000
Urban population: 5,700,000
Euylizean Indigenous Territories
Provincial population: 104,000
Urban population: 17,000
Greater New London
Greater New London is a Special Administrative Region of the Delongo Ministry which is maintained by the New London Capital Commission. The NLCC maintains statistics for the area, but census data is permitted to be collected by Stats Delongo.
Special Administrative Region Population: 73,967,000 ▲
Urban Population: 73,967,000 ▲
Net growth due to immigration, rural to urban migration, and growth in city popularity.
The net growth will continue to be concentrated in West New London as the city density begins to grow. The city's suburbia will be eliminated by 2030, so major growth is expected.
|West New London||36,179,000||▲|
|East New London||5,050,000||▲|
|New St. Alban||1,620,00||▲|
|Port Sea (est. 2014)||1,150,000||▲|
Provincial Population: 490,000 ▲
Urban Population: 344,420 ▲
Growth due to immigration as a popular destination for all peoples. Justaling is also home to higher-than-average birth rates, and lower average-ages. Emigration from rural to urban areas has lead to significantly larger urban populations without a provincial population gain.
In a jump which would have been completely unexpected only ten years ago, Allenew has surpassed Justlynn as the most populated city in the province. As recently as 2008 no one lived in Allenew over the winter months due to its extreme cold, however the city's investments in public transit and an underground pedestrian system has allowed the city to grow considerably. The Stats Delongo, Report on Allénew, forecasts exponential growth in the city with the opening of the new Bank of the Former Euylize (Bank FE), which has locations across the PDRD. Other ventures are expected to come to the city making it a major metropolis within twenty years. By 2020, the city will hold at least half a million people. By 2030, the city will hold millions and become the largest city in the Arctic circle (forecasted population: 3,204,000).
Provincial Population: 5,250,000 ▲
Urban Population: 3,102,000 ▲
Growth due to increasing popularity of the region, particularly Central and Northwestern Las Forstain. The region grows as 'cottage country', but fails to see consistent, sustainable populations. Immigration to urban regions benefits the urban areas as emigration in rural regions divide the province into rural and urban strictly.
The surge in the Clifton region comes from its Macau-like destinatorial promotion. This surge should continue into 2025, especially as transit links to South Blix, Nouvelle Montréal Sud, and Kota Fushinee continue to see major investments.
Provincial Population: 137,500,000 ▲
Urban Population: 112,302,000 ▲
Growth caused by immigration, rural migration to cities, and slow-term growth in urban areas from suburban areas. New Adimoore is believed to be in the middle of a substantial population boom from Claymore Tri, Sienfield, and many international immigrants.
New Adimoore has become the second province to surpass the 100 million population mark; the first being Quad Blix. West New Adimoore was forced to merge back with New Adimoore
|Studio Hills (UMA)||26,900,000||▲|
|Matewood Beach (UMA)||7,820,000||▲|
|North Matewood (UMA)||3,600,000||▲|
|New Moore (UMA)||2,350,000||▲|
|Porus Di Li (UMA)||1,534,000||▲|
|The Madoras (UMA)||743,000||▲|
|New Port (UMA)||598,000||▲|
|Rococo Gardens (UMA)||506,000||▲|
|South Reebok (UMA)||478,000||▲|
|New Wall (UMA)||342,000||▲|
|Laketown Views (UMA)||210,000||▲|
|Grant Valley (UMA)||168,000||▲|
|Piru Piru (UMA)||124,000||▲|
|Gulf Side (UMA)||101,000||▲|
|Mount Zius (UMA)||96,000||▲|
|Langley Village (UMA)||67,000||▲|
|Casa Logna (UMA)||48,000||▲|
|Santa Loica (UMA)||42,000||▲|
|Ash Hills (UMA)||37,303||▲|
Provincial Population: 69,383,299 ▲
Urban Population: 41,925,000 ▲
Island Population: 66,710,000 ▲
Ile-Urbaine Population: 44,215,000 (30.7 listed) ▲
not done the total stats yet
Net gain of ???????? is due to high immigration, primarily.
NL = rural Newland (non-Oceanview)
|Tonne City (RM)||1,500,000||▲|
|New Paris (RM)||990,000||▲|
|New Rome (RM)||980,000||▲|
Provincial Population: 2,200,000 ▲
Urban Population: 2,200,000 ▲
Since the signing of the Treaty of l'Anjou-sur-Carsonne, the Province of the City of Sienfield is now a part of the PDRD, however it was not during the time of the 2017 Census. These numbers are official estimates from Statistics Delongo.
|Sky Springs||92,500||▼ 2,000|
|Sky City||10,000||▼ 1,000|
|Garden City||9,500||▼ 1,500|
Provincial Population: 609,076,000 ▲
Urban Population: 545,350,000 ▲
Net gain due to major immigration, rural migration, and global attraction to Blixian cities. Massive growth seen in major cities is beginning to slow. This was to be expected as previous growth records were unsustainable for any region to maintain. New cities are growing quickly however: Kota Fushinee, Qui-Nehai, and Nehai are booming.
Provincial Population: 46,940,000 ▲
Urban Population: 42,808,000 ▲
Net gain due to immigration from Eastern Europe and from retirees from the Urban Matewood Area. Rosécia and Chiclayo continue to be the largest cities, but also the most impoverished, and are mostly reliant on the UMA. Sé is a megacity in its own right, but despite its closeness to the UMA, Rosécia, and Chiclayo, it is more independent. These cities have been largely ignored by Ryanby in favour of Mindon, Beauvoir, Oilman, and Waten. This region is called the Sé Autonomous Region.
In July 2018 Rosécia reached 12 million people, and Sé reached 28 million people.
Provincial population: 1,500,000
Urban population: 1,280,000
Population provinciale (Provincial Population): 41,332,000 ▲
Population urbaine (Urban Population): 26,118,400 ▲
Gain net à cause de l'immigration à Vue Baie, puis il y avait beaucoup de personnes de Sienfield qui maintenant habite à Vue Baie est à la Blixe-quadrilatère.
Net gain due to immigration to Vue Baie. After many years of resistance, VB has finally begun to develop it's areas in the UBA, most notably with the creation of Blixe-Franco, north of les Collines-Anglo. Plans for the city of Soleil are in the works, which will be a massive city intended to attract Jala's French population. Also, L'Anjou-sur-Carsonne surpassed les Collines-Anglo for the first time in its history. The sustainability of being third is doubtful, as CA is re-developed. VB now has five cities surpasing 2 million people (it had four last census). And has eight surpassing one million people (compared to seven last census).
|Nouvelle Montréal (RR)||2,630,000||▲|
|Les Collines-Anglo (AUB)||2,222,000||▲|
|Nouvelle Paris (RR)||2,135,000||▲|
|St. Pierre (RR)||430,000||▲|
|St. Jean (RR)||284,000||▲|
|Lac Pourtoi (RR)||102,000||▲|
|Ville Seine (RR)||81,000||▲|