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Census map: EU-born migrants as share of population

28 Apr 2014

This map depicts the share that EU-born residents make up of the total foreign-born population in each country.

The UK also had the 2nd largest population born in the EU (excl. the UK), again following Germany, with 2.7 million EU-born residents in 2011. In terms of the EU-born percentage within the total population, the UK occupied an average position within the EU with 4.2% of residents born in other EU countries. The highest EU-born population share in 2011 was again in Luxembourg (12%).

Depicts the share that EU-born migrants make up of the total foreign-born population in each country.

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