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Poland's population predictions


hague1cmaeron 14 | 1,377
27 May 2010 #1
Hi All. Just wandering about the amount of Poles of foreign extraction that reside in the country. Since i don't live in the country myself, i would like to get predictions from those that do or have a reasonably good idea.

So the following totals please.

Brits?:

Germans (not those that have been here since WWII)?:

Irish?:

Americans?:

Australians?:

And any other nationality you can think of:)

And if you could make a future estimate, that would be interesting as well, say up to the year 2025.
pgtx 30 | 3,156
27 May 2010 #2
Since i don't live in the country myself, i would like to get predictions from those that do or have a reasonably good idea.

after 2012 it will be 0 everywhere... we all are going to die...
OP hague1cmaeron 14 | 1,377
27 May 2010 #3
pgtx

after 2012 it will be 0 everywhere... we all are going to die...

No silliness please:)
ShawnH 8 | 1,507
27 May 2010 #4
From en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poles - Poland WIKI

Poland 38,860,000 [2]
United States 10,024,711 [3]
Brazil 1,800,000 [4]
Israel 1,250,000 [5]
Germany 1,055,700 [6]
Canada 984,565 [7]
United Kingdom Est. over 500,000 [1][8]
Argentina 500,000 [9]
Belarus 400,000 [10]
Lithuania 235,000 [11]
Russia 173,000
Australia 150,900
Ukraine 144,130 [12]
Norway 120,000 [13]
Italy 100,000 [14]
France 90,000-100,000
Spain 78,305 [15]
Ireland 77,478
Latvia 52,446 [16]
Czech Republic 52,000
Mexico 50,000 [17]
Kazakhstan 47,293 [18]
Austria 21,000 [19]
Iceland 10,540 [20]
Turkey 1,000 [21]
Armenia 300 [22]
OP hague1cmaeron 14 | 1,377
27 May 2010 #5
NO, i think you did not quite understand me, I MEANT FOREIGNERS LIVING IN POLAND:)
ShawnH 8 | 1,507
27 May 2010 #6
You are right. I misunderstood. There must be some results of a recent Polish Census available, no?
OP hague1cmaeron 14 | 1,377
27 May 2010 #7
I've tried looking and have not been able to find anything.
pgtx 30 | 3,156
27 May 2010 #8
i found only some statistics from 2009...

Cudzoziemcy w Polsce
OP hague1cmaeron 14 | 1,377
27 May 2010 #9
i found only some statistics from 2009...

Interesting, although that is not a lot of info. According to that the highest number of registered working foreigners in Poland are from the Ukraine, 3500. Does not sound terribly accurate in terms overall population though.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
27 May 2010 #10
Brits?: 0.00

Germans (not those that have been here since WWII)?: 0.00

Irish?: 1.00 :)

Americans?: 0.00

Australians?: 0.00

And any other nationality you can think of: 0.00

Unless this is some kind of law of averages prediction table, it is pointless, as for someone to give you even a guess for the whole of Poland, they would have to know all of Poland or at least every major city.
olito 6 | 53
27 May 2010 #11
And any other nationality you can think of:)

According to the Mexican Embassy in Warsaw, we are more or less 200 Mexicans in Poland, the majority concentrated in Warsaw and Kraków. In Wrocław we are less than 20. The majority because of having a Polish husband/wife and just a few students. The weather, language and low salaries seem to be a good "demotivator" to migrate here by free will.
zetigrek
27 May 2010 #12
And any other nationality you can think of:)

We have lots of Ukrainians if you mean work imigartion.

hague1cmaeron if you want to work in Poland you are always welcome.
pgtx 30 | 3,156
27 May 2010 #13
ou mean work imigartion.

all of the past years statistics were based on legal workers...
olito 6 | 53
27 May 2010 #14
Brits?

According to BBC's Brits Abroad section, there are around 6.000 UK nationals in PL

news.bbc.co.uk/2/shared/spl/hi/in_depth/brits_abroad/html
nierozumiem 9 | 118
27 May 2010 #15
From a bit of Googling:

According to US State Department numbers, from 1999, there were 39,300 US Citizens living in Poland.

According to the 2002 Polish census there were 1,541 "ethnic Americans" living in Poland. Another website, refering to the same 2002 census, puts the total number of US Citizens living in Poland at about 30,000 dual US-Polish citizens, and 1000 US Citizens.

I suppose that there are several ways to interpert this information.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polish_census_of_2002
zetigrek
27 May 2010 #16
According to the 2002 Polish census there were 1,541 "ethnic Americans" living in Poland. Another website, refering to the same 2002 census, puts the total number of US Citizens living in Poland at about 30,000 dual US-Polish citizens, and 1000 US Citizens.

What about american army in poland?
convex 20 | 3,978
27 May 2010 #17
Soldiers and their dependents aren't residents. And there aren't many soldiers stationed here. I'm guessing most Americans living here also have a Polish passport and are not reported.
espana 17 | 910
28 May 2010 #18
According to the Mexican Embassy in Warsaw, we are more or less 200 Mexicans in Poland,

The main exports of Mexico include , swine flu, chicanos illegal immigrants, and drugs.
convex 20 | 3,978
28 May 2010 #19
Holy sh*t, it's Spain without all the debt. Never looked at it that way.
OP hague1cmaeron 14 | 1,377
28 May 2010 #20
hague1cmaeron if you want to work in Poland you are always welcome.

I fear that my qualifications are of a type that are not readily convertible to anything of a practical nature:)

According to BBC's Brits Abroad section, there are around 6.000 UK nationals in PL

hague1cmaeron if you want to work in Poland you are always welcome.

Fantastic that is the type of thing i was after, well done that was brilliant.
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
28 May 2010 #21
Holy sh*t, it's Spain without all the debt. Never looked at it that way.

Spain is a most magnificent nation.
Chicago Pollock 7 | 504
28 May 2010 #22
According to the 2002 Polish census there were 1,541 "ethnic Americans" living in Poland. Another website, refering to the same 2002 census, puts the total number of US Citizens living in Poland at about 30,000 dual US-Polish citizens, and 1000 US Citizens.

I'm sure most Americans living in Poland are Ex-Pat Poles who've managed to get an American Passport.
OP hague1cmaeron 14 | 1,377
28 May 2010 #23
looks as though people really don't have much of an idea.
milky 13 | 1,657
14 Oct 2010 #24
On Polish news today, there a worries for the future employment of teachers due to the shrinking population. In the last 10 years alone Poland has a million less children. Looks like Poland better get its act together or it will be in the sh1t in the near future.
1jola 14 | 1,879
14 Oct 2010 #25
Looks like Poland better get its act together or it will be in the sh1t in the near future.

The current government is - raising taxes, taking away tax breaks, next year you will work a week more!, and they just won the war on drugs. President Komorowski's chancellery has 80 cars.
wildrover 98 | 4,451
14 Oct 2010 #26
[quote=milky]In the last 10 years alone Poland has a million less children.

Is that really true....?

Or is it just that all the young Poles went to the UK and had their kids....?
southern 75 | 7,096
14 Oct 2010 #27
Since polish girls shag around with Arabs and Blacks it comes as no surprise.
Filios1 8 | 1,336
14 Oct 2010 #28
I can attest to that. Polish girls are probably the biggest ****** on the face of the planet, the way they go around with the 3rd world scum that travels to Poland. It's embarassing, and I'm not even fully Polish. Even Czech prostitutes have more class and dignity than some of the "intelligent university-going" Polish girls I come into contact with.
southern 75 | 7,096
14 Oct 2010 #29
the way they go around with the 3rd world scum that travels to Poland.

Is it so bad?
Des Essientes 7 | 1,291
14 Oct 2010 #30
the way they go around with the 3rd world scum that travels to Poland

You know who are the real scum? racist morons such as Filios


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