Infographic of Selected Demographic Statistics Estimates, Malaysia was the 9th booklet published annually by the Department of Statistics, Malaysia. This infographic contains selected demographic statistics including population estimates, life expectancy, living quarters, households and selected vital statistics indicator for the current year (2017) at Malaysia level.
Release Date : Tuesday 15, August 2017 1200
Release Date : Tuesday 08, August 2017 1200
- 129.4 thousand live births in second quarter 2017
- 41.7 thousand deaths in second quarter 2017
A Baby Born In 2017 Are Expected To Live Up To 74.8 Years.
Release Date : Monday 31, July 2017 1200
The Current Population Estimates, Malaysia, 2017 consist of the current population estimates for the period of 2016 to 2017 based on the Population and Housing Census 2010 (Census 2010), considering three major components of population changes i.e. births, deaths and migration.
Release Date : Friday 14, July 2017 1200
Statistics on Causes of Death, Malaysia, 2014 is an annual publication which presents statistics on the principal causes of death in Malaysia for the year 2014.
There were 150.3 thousand deaths recorded in 2014. This total increased by 5.7 per cent (8.1 thousand) as compared to 2013 (142.2 thousand). The crude death rate increased to 4.9 compared to 4.7 per 1,000 population in 2013.
Release Date : Monday 05, December 2016 1200
The Population Projections (Revised), Malaysia, 2010-2040, presents population projections which have been revised for the year 2010–2040 based on the current changes in births, deaths and migration components. The main population statistics are presented by demographic characteristics such as sex, age and ethnic group.
Release Date : Friday 04, November 2016 1200
The total number of live births recorded in 2015 was 521,136 with a decrease of 1.4 per cent compared to 2014 (528,612). The crude birth rate declined from 17.2 (2014) to 16.7 (2015) per 1,000 population.
Release Date : Friday 28, October 2016 1500
A total number of households in Census 2010 were 6.35 million compared to 4.80 million households in Census 2000. This indicates a 32 per cent increase in the number of households, or an average annual increase of 3.2 per cent during the period of 2000 and 2010.
Release Date : Wednesday 29, January 2014 1201