The National Statistical Office has just announced the preliminary results of the 2019 Population and Housing Census. According to the preliminary report of the 2019 Population and Housing Census, as of April 1, 2019, the total population of Vietnam is over 96.2 million, of which The male population is 49.8%, which is 0.2% lower than the female population.
As a result, Vietnam is the 15th most populous country in the world and the third in Southeast Asia. Compared to 2009, Southeast Asia's Vietnamese population rankings have declined to two grades compared to other countries and regions.
In terms of population density, Vietnam is more populous than the rest of the world. The population density in 2019 was 290 people / km2, an increase of 31 people / km2 compared to 2009. Hanoi (2,398 / km2) and TP. Ho Chi Minh City (4,363 people / km2) is the two most populated areas in the country.
In the case of housing, most of Vietnam's households live in solid or semi-permanent housing. According to statistics on the marital status of the population aged 15 and over, 69.2% were married, and 2.1% were divorced and divorced.
The northern central region, mountainous regions and central highlands are the only two regions of the six socio-economic regions with a higher male sex ratio than women. Specifically, the sex ratio of the northern central region and the mountain is 100.9 men / 100 women and the central highland is 101.7 men / 100 men.
However, they are also the two regions with the lowest population share in the population structure by the socio-economic region of the whole country, with the North Midlands and the mountains accounting for 13% and the central highlands accounting for 6.1%
Statistics on 63 provinces and population of the city show that Ho Chi Minh City (more than 8 million people) and Hanoi (about 9 million people) are the two largest cities in the country, according to the statistics. Thanh Hoa, Nghe An, (Dong) is followed by. There are more than 3 million people in their ages.