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CENSUS OFPOPULATIONAND HOUSING2011Final ReportNational Statistics Office, Malta,2014

Published by theNational Statistics OfficeLascaris VallettaMaltaTel.: ( 356) 25 99 70 00Fax: ( 356) 25 99 72 05e‐mail: nso@gov.mtwebsite: http://www.nso.gov.mtCIP DataCensus of Population and Housing 2011: Final Report. ‐ Valletta: National Statistics Office, 2014xliv, 335p.ISBN: 978‐99957‐29‐47‐9For further information, please contact:Methodology and Research UnitNational Statistics OfficeLascarisValletta VLT 2000MaltaTel: ( 356) 25 99 78 29Our publications are available from:External Cooperation and CommunicationNational Statistics OfficeLascarisValletta VLT 2000Tel.: ( 356) 25 99 72 19Fax: ( 356) 25 99 72 05Printed at the Government Printing Press

CONTENTSPageForewordCommentaryConcepts and DefinitionsPopulationxixiiixxxvi11.Overview of total population by locality: Censuses since 190132.Total population by sex, average age and locality73.Total population by sex and age: Total124.Total population by sex and age: District135.Total population by sex and age: Locality196.Total population by type of residence, sex and age group877.Total population in the European Union by sex888. Total population in the European Union by age group909. Population density in the European Union9210. Population density in Malta by locality9311. Dependency ratio and old‐age dependency ratio in the European Union9612. Dependency ratio and old‐age dependency ratio in Malta by locality9813. Mothers by average age at first birth, district and age group10114. Population aged 16 and over by marital status, district and sex10215. Population aged 16 and over by marital status, district and age group10416. Average age at first marriage of persons ever married by age group, district and sex10617.107Average age at first birth of mothers by age at first marriage (in groups) and current age groupCitizenship10918.Total population by type of citizenship, sex and locality11119.Average age of total population by type of citizenship and locality11520.Non‐Maltese population by citizenship, district and sex11621.Non‐Maltese population by citizenship, sex and age group11722.Total population by country of birth, district and sex11823.Total population by country of birth, sex and age group119Surnames12124. Most common surnames by locality12325. Localities by most common surnames12426. Total population by type of citizenship, type of surname (single/double‐barrel) and locality130

PageMigration13327. Population aged 1 and over by place of residence one year prior to Census, sex and age group13528. Population aged 1 and over by place of residence one year prior to Census and current locality13629. Immigrants to Malta within one year prior to Census by top three districts of residence, sex and age group14030. Immigrants to Malta within one year prior to Census by citizenship, sex and age group141Education14331. Literacy and illiteracy among population aged 10 and over by sex and age group14532. Literacy and illiteracy among population aged 10 and over by locality14633. Population aged 10 and over by sex and languages spoken14934. Population aged 10 and over by age group and languages spoken15035. Population aged 10 and over by district and languages spoken15136. Maltese population aged 10 and over by sex and languages spoken15237. Maltese population aged 10 and over by age group and languages spoken15338. Maltese population aged 10 and over by district and languages spoken15439. Non‐Maltese population aged 10 and over by sex and languages spoken15540. Non‐Maltese population aged 10 and over by age group and languages spoken15641. Non‐Maltese population aged 10 and over by district and languages spoken15742. Population aged 15 and over by highest level of education successfully completed, district and sex15843. Population aged 15 and over by highest level of education successfully completed, sex and age group16044. Population aged 15 and over by highest qualification attained, district and sex16145. Population aged 15 and over by highest qualification attained, sex and age group162Labour Status16346.Population aged 15 and over by labour status, district and sex16547.Population aged 15 and over by labour status, sex and age group16748.Population aged 15 and over by labour status, district and age group16849.Employed persons aged 15 and over by sex and main occupation17150.Employed persons aged 15 and over by age group and main occupation17251.Employed persons aged 15 and over by district and main occupation17452.Employed persons aged 15 and over by sex and economic activity of main job17553.Employed persons aged 15 and over by age group and economic activity of main job17654.Employed persons aged 15 and over by district and economic activity of main job17755.Unemployed persons aged 15 and over by sex and last main occupation17856.Unemployed persons aged 15 and over by age group and last main occupation17857.Unemployed persons aged 15 and over by district and last main occupation17958.Unemployed persons aged 15 and over by sex and economic activity of last main job179

PageLabour Status contd59. Unemployed persons aged 15 and over by age group and economic activity of last main job18060. Unemployed persons aged 15 and over by district and economic activity of last main job18161. Employed persons aged 15 and over by location of place of work and main occupation18262. Employed persons aged 15 and over by location of place of work and economic activity of main job18363. Employed persons aged 15 and over by sex and location of place of work18464. Employed persons aged 15 and over by age group and location of place of work18665. Employed persons aged 15 and over by district of residence and location of place of work186Health18766. Total population by sex, long‐term illness and/or health condition and age18967. Total population by long‐term illness and/or health condition, district and sex19268. Total population by long‐term illness and/or health condition, district and age group19369. Type of disability/difficulty among total population by sex19570. Type of disability/difficulty among total population by age group19671. Type of disability/difficulty among total population by district19772. Type of disability/difficulty among total population by highest level of education successfully completed19773. Type of disability/difficulty among total population by highest qualification attained198Private households19974. Private households by size, average age and sex of reference person: District20175. Private households by size, average age and sex of reference person: Locality20276. Private households by district and household composition21077. Private households by marital status of reference persons (aged 16 and over) and householdcomposition78. Private households by labour status of reference persons (aged 15 and over) and householdcomposition21021179. Distribution of families in private households by type of family nucleus21280. Reference persons in private households by district, sex and age group21381. Reference persons in private households (aged 16 and over) by marital status, sex and age group21482. Reference persons in private households (aged 15 and over) by labour status, sex and age group21583. Reference persons in private households by sex, long‐term illness and/or health condition andtype of disability/difficulty21684. Reference persons in private household (aged 15 and over) by highest level of education successfullycompleted, sex and age group217

PageDwelling stock21985.Dwelling stock by occupancy status and locality22186.Dwelling stock by type and locality22787.Dwelling stock by state of repair and locality229Occupied dwellings23388.Occupied dwellings by type and locality23589.Occupied dwellings by state of repair and locality23790.Occupied dwellings by type, district and state of repair23991. Occupied dwellings by period of construction and locality24092. Occupied dwellings by type, district and period of construction24293. Occupied dwellings by state of repair, district and period of construction24394.244Occupied dwellings by age group of reference person, district and type of dwelling95. Occupied dwellings by tenure status and locality24696. Occupied dwellings by type, district and tenure status24997. Occupied dwellings by period of construction, district and tenure status25198. Occupied dwellings by state of repair, district and tenure status25299. Occupied dwellings by age group of reference person, type of dwelling and tenure status253100. Occupied dwellings by age group of reference person, district and tenure status255101.Rented occupied dwellings by type of landlord, district and tenure status257102. Rented occupied dwellings by tenure status, annual rent paid and locality258103. Rented occupied dwellings by annual rent paid, tenure status and type of dwelling261104. Rented occupied dwellings by annual rent paid, tenure status and district263105. Rented occupied dwellings by annual rent paid, tenure status and age group of reference person265106. Rented occupied dwellings by annual rent paid, tenure status and type of landlord267107. Rented occupied dwellings by annual rent paid, tenure status, and period of contract268108. Rented occupied dwellings by type of landlord, tenure status and period of construction270109. Occupied dwellings by type, district and number of rooms271110.Occupied dwellings by period of construction, district and number of rooms272111.Occupied dwellings by tenure status, district and number of rooms273112.Occupied dwellings by type, district and number of members274113.Occupied dwellings by number of members, type of dwelling and number of rooms275114.Occupied dwellings by age group of reference person, type of dwelling and number of members277115.Occupied dwellings by age group of reference person, type of dwelling and number of rooms279116.Occupied dwellings by number of members, district and number of rooms281117.Occupied dwellings by availability of amenities and locality282118.Occupied dwellings by availability of amenities, district and type of dwelling284119.Occupied dwellings by availability of amenities, district and number of members286120.Occupied dwellings by availability of amenities, district and age group of reference person287

PageOccupied dwellings contd121a.Occupied dwellings by availability of household appliances/facilities and locality: Heating and cooling289121b.Occupied dwellings by availability of household appliances/facilities and locality: Energy and ICT292121c.Occupied dwellings by availability of household appliances/facilities and locality: Essentials295122a.Occupied dwellings by availability of household appliances/facilities, district and type of dwelling:Heating and cooling298Occupied dwellings by availability of household appliances/facilities, district and type of dwelling:Energy and ICT300Occupied dwellings by availability of household appliances/facilities, district and type of dwelling:Essentials302Occupied dwellings by availability of household appliances/facilities, district and number of members:Heating and cooling304Occupied dwellings by availability of household appliances/facilities, district and number of members:Energy and ICT305Occupied dwellings by availability of household appliances/facilities, district and number of members:Essentials306Occupied dwellings by availability of household appliances/facilities, district and age group of referenceperson: Heating and cooling307Occupied dwellings by availability of household appliances/facilities, district and age group of referenceperson: Energy and ICT309Occupied dwellings by availability of household appliances/facilities, district and age group of referenceperson: Essentials311125.Occupied dwellings by ownership/rental of garage/s and locality313126.Occupied dwellings by availability of ownership/rental of garage/s, district and type of dwelling316127.Occupied dwellings by availability of ownership/rental of garage/s, district and number of Holiday dwellings319128.Occupied dwellings by availability of holiday dwelling and locality321129.Holiday dwellings by location and type323130.Holiday dwellings by location and state of repair323131.Holiday dwellings by location and period of construction323132.Holiday dwellings by location and tenure status323133.Holiday dwellings by location and number of rooms324134.Holiday dwellings by state of repair and type of dwelling324135.Holiday dwellings by tenure status and type of dwelling324Unoccupied dwellings325136. Unoccupied dwellings by type and locality327137. Unoccupied dwellings by state of repair and locality329138. Unoccupied dwellings by state of repair, district and type of dwelling331139. Unoccupied dwellings by occupancy status, district and type of dwelling333140. Unoccupied dwellings by state of repair, district and occupancy status335

PageCharts1.Population growth: 1842‐2011xiii2.Population density by countryxiv3.Persons aged 1 and over by place of residence one year prior to Censusxv4.Geographical distribution by sex and districtxv5.Age distribution by sexxvi6.Population and households by size7. Distribution of private households by typexviiixviii8. Persons aged 16 and over by marital status and age groupxix9. Maltese and non‐Maltese population by districtxx10.Illiteracy rates by age groupxxi11. Illnesses and disabilities by age groupxxiii12. Localities with highest percentage of double‐barrel surnamesxxiv13. Dwelling stock: 1911‐2011xxiv14. Dwelling stock by occupancy status and districtxxv15. Dwelling stock by state of repair and districtxxvi16. Dwelling stock by occupancy status and type of dwellingxxvii17.Type of occupied dwellings by regionxxviii18. State of repair of occupied dwellingsxxix19. Occupied dwellings by period of constructionxxix20. Tenure status of occupied dwellingsxxx21. Distribution of ground rent by districtxxxi22. Distribution of rent (unfurnished) by districtxxxi23. Distribution of rent (furnished) by districtxxxii24. Distribution of emphyteusis by districtxxxii25. Availability of appliances/amenitiesxxxiii26.Ownership/rental of garage/s by districtxxxiv27.Unoccupied dwellings by occupancy status and state of repairxxxv28.Localities by district (map available in print version only)529.Population count (map available in print version only)630.Gender ratio by locality931.Average age by locality1032.Average age of population (map available in print version only)1133. Gender ratio in the European Union8934. Population density (map available in print version only)9535. Dependency and old‐age dependency ratios by country9736.Old‐age dependency ratio (map available in print version only)10037. Marital status by district10338. Non‐Maltese population per thousand Maltese11339. Maltese population by percentage (map available in print version only)11440. Percentage distribution of persons residing in the same locality one year prior to Census139

Page41. Literacy rate (map available in print version only)14842. Highest level of education successfully completed by district15943.166Labour status of persons residing in private households44. Location of place of work18545. Average age of reference person (map available in print version only)20846. Distribution of private households (map available in print version only)20947. Occupied dwellings (map available in print version only)22348. Dwellings used seasonally or as a secondary residence (map available in print version only)22449. Completely vacant dwellings (map available in print version only)22550. Unoccupied dwellings in percentage form (map available in print version only)22651. Dwelling stock by state of repair and locality23152.248Occupied dwellings owned freehold in percentage form (map available in print version only)53. Availability of household appliances (heating and cooling)29154. Availability of household appliances (energy and ICT)29455. Availability of household appliances (essentials)29756.315Ownership/rental of garage/s by locality

FOREWORDThe 2011 Census of Population and Housing was the seventeenth official one to be carried out inMalta since 1842.This publication incorporates detailed results, compilations and cross‐analyses of the data collectedthrough the Census carried out across the Maltese Islands on 20 November 2011. It providesdefinitive statistics on the demographic and social condition of residents and households, includinginformation on housing and amenities at a national, regional and local level. The Census is avaluable exercise because information is collected on the whole population at a point in time. It iscomprehensive as all resident persons are required by law to participate.The population of Malta as recorded in the Census stood at 417,432, nearly double the count acentury ago. Private households numbered nearly 153,000. Although only six years elapsedbetween this Census and the last one carried out in 2005, noteworthy socio‐demographic indicatorsemerged. The average age was 40.5 years, indicating a continuation of the trend towards an ageingpopulation. Also evident was the direction towards smaller private households and an increase insingle‐person households.Every census exercise is specific and exhibits its own special characteristics. The 2011 Census waspart of a European Union‐wide Round, since all Member States conducted their own nationalcensuses. In fact its legal basis is twofold: the Maltese Census Act of 1948 and Regulation 763/2008of the European Parliament and of the Council. This Regulation establishes common rules for theprovision of comprehensive data on population and housing every ten years by the EU MemberStates. In view of this, the data from the 2011 Census are comparable across the EU.There were many contributors to the 2011 Census. Primary among these is the resident populationof these Islands who co‐operated with the census field officers in the completion and collection ofthe questionnaires. In addition, I would like to acknowledge the support of many individuals andorganisations who worked closely with the NSO. Furthermore, the hard work and dedication of NSOstaff, led by my deputy Mr Silvan Zammit, deserve special mention and thanks. Their effort wasinstrumental to seeing this most complex statistical project through to a successful conclusion.Michael Pace RossCensus OfficerJanuary 2014xi

COMMENTARYPOPULATIONPopulation growthOver a century, the population of Malta nearly doubled, from 211,564 in 1911 to 417,432 in 2011,although the rate of change in the population varied along the years and was affected by severalfactors, such as world wars and migration flows.Although a direct comparison with past censuses may not be strictly possible, the trends inpopulation growth rates are evident. In fact, the rate of increase in the population decreased inrecent years, compared to the sharp increase observed at the start of the century.Chart 1. Population growth: 1842‐2011450400population count 48193119211911190118911881187118611851184250yearIn a European Union context, Malta remains the smallest country, placing behind Luxembourg andCyprus, the only countries with less than a million inhabitants. The average population size of the EUMember States stands at 18.6 million.Geographical distribution and densityClassified by district, the most thickly inhabited was the Northern Harbour District, with 120,449residents, or 28.9 per cent of the entire population, compared with 31,375 residents in Gozo andComino, the latter being the smallest district.In terms of population size, the largest locality was Birkirkara with 21,749 residents, followed byMosta and St Paul’s Bay, with 19,750 and 16,395 residents respectively. Altogether, the largestthree localities in Malta garner a 13.9 per cent share of the total population. In contrast, the shareof Gozo and Comino is 7.5 per cent.Conversely, the smallest locality was Mdina, with 239 residents, followed by Għasri and San Lawrenzwith 431 and 610 persons respectively.xiii

Chart 2. Population density by country1,400population umUnited KingdomGermanyItalyLuxembourgCzech RepublicDenmarkPolandEU aLatviaEstoniaSwedenFinland0countryAs opposed to population size, Malta by far ranked first among all EU Member States in terms ofpopulation density, with an average 1,325 persons per square kilometre, compared with the EUaverage of 117 persons per square kilometre. The second most densely populated country withinthe EU was the Netherlands, with 495 persons per square kilometre.The high density rate was even more pronounced when analysed at regional and locality level.Mainland Malta was more densely populated than Gozo, with an average 1,566 persons per squarekilometre compared with Gozo’s 457 persons per square kilometre. In terms of districts, theNorthern Harbour District (5,014 persons/km2) and Southern Harbour District (3,035 persons/km2)were the most densely populated and also the smallest ones in terms of land‐area, with 24.0 km2and 26.2 km2 respectively.On the other hand, the three most densely populated localities were Senglea (17,146 persons/km2),Tas‐Sliema (10,511 persons/km2) and Fgura (10,019 persons/km2). In terms of land‐area, Senglea isthe smallest locality with 0.16km2, compared with 1.14 km2 and 1.30 km2 for Fgura and Tas‐Sliemarespectively, which ranked 48th and 49th. In contrast, the largest three localities are Rabat (26.60km2), Mellieħa (22.64 km2) and Siġġiewi (19.88 km2), with Rabat being larger than the entireNorthern Harbour (24.02 km2) or Southern Harbour (26.17 km2) districts.MigrationA total of 4,178 residents, comprising 2,291 males and 1,887 females, had been living in anothercountry one year prior to the Census, with the majority being British (1,203 or 28.8 per cent),followed by Somalis (249 persons) and Italians (213 persons).Internal migration also continued to increase in occurrence. Although more than 95 per cent ofthose who lived in Malta one year prior to the Census resided in the same dwelling where they hadbeen enumerated, nearly 6,000 persons moved to another dwelling in the same locality. More than10,000 moved to another dwelling in another locality.xiv

Chart 3. Persons aged 1 and over by place of residence one year prior to CensusIn anotherdwelling inanother localityin Malta3%In the samedwelling95%Abroad1%In anotherdwelling in thesame locality inMalta1%Although different results were observed at locality level, the internal migration flow was mostintense in the Northern Harbour District, followed by the Southern Harbour District.SexIn 2011, the population of Malta comprised more females (209,807) than males (207,625). Thistrend was quite in‐line with the gender distribution observed in the other EU Member States,although the gap between the two sexes in Malta is narrowing gradually.On a regional basis, gender distribution reflected the national proportions, while in Gozo andComino, the male population segment was less pronounced than its female counterpart. Indeed,the South Eastern District was the only region with a majority of males over females.Chart 4. Geographical distribution by sex and district70population count outhEasternWesterndistrictmales femalesxvNorthernGozo andComino

At a locality level, Mdina had the largest share of females, with 55.2 per cent of its residents,followed by Ħal Luqa (52.8 per cent) and Tas‐Sliema (52.5 per cent). On the contrary, a number oflocalities had more male residents. In Birżebbuġa 54.2 per cent were males, followed by Paola (51.5per cent) and Ħad‐Dingli (51.2 per cent).In Gozo, most localities (nine out of 14) had a predominance of male residents, although thedifference was often marginal. In spite of this, the largest differences in terms of gender ratios wereobserved in Victoria (51.5 per cent), Fontana (51.2 per cent) and Xewkija (51.2 per cent), where alarger share of females was observed, as opposed to Żebbuġ which exhibited the only significantdifference in favour of males (51.2 per cent).AgeOn Census Day the average age of the population stood at 40.5 years, indicating that the upwardshift in the age composition of the population continued to materialise. This varied from 41.6 forfemales to 39.4 for males. On a regional basis, persons residing in Gozo and Comino were slightlyolder (41.7 years) than their Maltese counterparts (40.4 years).The average age observed for some localities was characterised by a number of external factors,such as the presence of homes for the elderly and other institutional households.In the Census, persons aged 65 and over represented 16.3 per cent of the total population comparedto 14.8 per cent of persons aged 14 or less. Mdina was the oldest locality (52.4 years) followed byFloriana (48.4 years) and Ħal Luqa (48.2 years). The localities with the youngest average age werePembroke, Xgħajra and Mtarfa (all less than 35).Chart 5. Age distribution by sex7population count ('000)6543210159 13 17 21 25 29 33 37 41 45 49 53 57 61 65 69 73 77 81 85 89 93 97 101agemalesfemalestotalAlthough the average age of the resident population has been increasing over the past years, Maltais still relatively young compared to other EU Member States. In fact, Malta’s old‐age dependencyratio stands at 23.7 per cent, compared to 26.8 per cent across the EU.xvi

Characteristics of Institutional householdsA total of 152,980 private households and 255 institutional households were recorded in the census.People living in private households were enumerated at 408,783, while 8,649 persons were countedin institutional households.Both the private‐household population and the institutional‐household population increased overpast censuses. The rise in population in institutional households compared to previous censuses wasalso characterised by the enumeration of open centres and refugee homes in 2011.In general, the majority of persons residing in institutional households were found in homes for theelderly (41.2 per cent), followed by refugee homes and open centres (20.9 per cent) and convents(19 per cent).Population in institutional households by typeType of institutionNumber%Prison/Rehabilitation centre6207.2Refugee home/Open 41.2School450.5Hotel, Hostel, Aparthotel and Guest house240.3Establishment for the disabled2272.6Children and young people's home1061.2660.88,649100.0Home for the elderlyOtherTotalVarious institutional households exhibit a different socio‐economic profile than other privatehouseholds. In particular, a larger share of females was found in institutional households (55.6 percent), whereas the average age of individuals residing in these establishments stood at 59.5,compared to 40.1 for persons in private households.Institutional households are unevenly spread across the island, with the largest population found inthe Southern Harbour (26.6 per cent) and South Eastern districts (23 per cent). In fact, nearly a thirdof the total population enumerated in institutional households was located in Birżebbuġa and ĦalLuqa, with a total of 2,718 persons.Household CompositionThe trend towards smaller private households continued, with an average household size of 2.7persons. This was partly characterised by a rise in single‐member households, which totalled 34,637,or 22.6 per cent of private households, with the majority having a reference person aged between30 and 64 (11.5 per cent of all households).xvii

Chart 6. Population and households by size120population count ('000)100806040200123456 household sizemembershouseholdsIn addition, the majority of households had two members (27.9 per cent) and the reference personswere mostly males (74.1 per cent), with an average age of 53.3. This contrasts with 42,951households (or 28.1 per cent) with at least four members.On the other hand, female reference persons were relatively older than their male counterparts,with an average age of 56.5.In the majority of households (65 per cent) there were no children residing on a regular basis. Insuch cases, reference persons were married in slightly more than half the households (53.2 percent), followed by single (20.5 per cent) and widowed (16 per cent).Households withoutdependent childrenHouseholds withdependent childrenhousehold compositionChart 7. Distribution of private households by typeOne‐person household, under 301.7One‐person household, 30‐6411.5One‐person household, 65 9.5Two adults, no dependent children ‐ both under 6512.9Two adults, no dependent children ‐ at least one aged 65 12.9Other households without dependent children16.5Single‐parent household, one or more dependent children3.6Two adults, one dependent child9.7Two adults, two dependent children10.2Two adults, three or more dependent children2.8Other households with dependent children8.702468%1012141618In the case of households with children, the vast majority of reference persons were married (82.5per cent), followed by separated (8.3 per cent) and single (4.7 per cent). Furthermore, of theremaining households with children, single‐parent households with one or more dependent childrenamounted to 5,456, or 3.6 per cent of all households.xviii

If families in private households are considered, a total of 118,960 family nuclei emerge, with themajority comprising a married couple with at least one child aged 25 or less (51,187 or 43 per cent),followed by a married couple without children (31,422 or 26.4 per cent).A total of 3,975 persons in an opposite‐sex consensual union were enumerated while another 168persons were in a same‐sex consensual union. The number of lone‐parent households totalled19,587, o

112. Occupied dwellings by type, district and number of members 274 113. Occupied dwellings by number of members, type of dwelling and number of rooms 275 114. Occupied dwellings by age group of reference person, type of dwelling and number of members 277 115.

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