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The Oceana Demographic Center (Oceana: Demografni Senter 'Oshenna, IPA: [ˈd̪ɛmoˌgʁafn̪̊i ˈsɛn̪t̪ɛʁ ɔo̯ˈʃɛn̪ʲɑ]) is an initiative to provide more demographic information about the inhabitants of the state of Oceana. It is sponsored by the Government of Oceana and is led by the Oceana State Department of Urban Planning and Development. Its offices are located Oceana Capitol.

Arrow right See also: /2014 for previous censi.

Distribution Edit

Oceanadistricts

Orange: East Hills;
Brown: Oceana Emeralds;
Light Yellow: North Coast;
Light Blue: Northern Wine Region;
Light Grey: Beaver River Mouth
Red: Hurbanova;
Purple: Overbanken;
Light Green: Slowane;
Claret: Scotland;
Pink: Southern Oceana;
Dark Green: Southern Wine Region;
Dark Yellow: Dien Village
Dark Grey: City Archipelago (uninhabited).

Population Oceana: 48,265

Oceana has the lowest percentage of people living in rural areas of Lovia: 43,999 (91,16%) people live in built-up areas, while just 4,266 (8,84%) people live in rural areas.


Ethnicity Edit

Popoce

The largest ethnic groups of Oceana.

Ocepop20

Evolution of the ethnic groups of Oceana during the twentieth century and onwards.

Group Number Percentage Status
Oceana[1] 24,741 51,26 Officially recognized as main ethnicity
Lovian[2] 9,303 19,27 Officially recognized as main ethnicity
Limburgish 3,793 7,86 Officially recognized as a minority
Slovak 3,380 7,00 Officially recognized as a minority
Romanian 2,122 4,40 Officially recognized as a minority
Dutch 1,178 2,44 Officially recognized as a minority
Polish 884 1,83 Officially recognized as a minority
American 636 1,32
British 413 0,86
Russian 386 0,80
Bosnian 379 0,79
Scandinavian 131 0,27
Korean 113 0,23
Ukrainian 104 0,22
Chinese 100 0,21
Other 602 1,25
Total 48,265 100

Religion Edit

Reloce

The largest religious groups of Oceana.

Reloce20

Evolution of the religious groups of Oceana during the twentieth century and onwards.

Group Number Percentage Status
Roman Catholic 31,957 66,21 [3]
Romanian Orthodox Church 1,886 3,91
Other Orthodox Churches 661 1,37
United Protestant Church 2,093 4,34
Protestant Church in the Netherlands 256 0,53
Lutheran 244 0,51
Free Church of Lovia 126 0,26
Other Protestant Churches 201 0,42
Evangelic Churches 693 1,44
Cheondist 96 0,20
Buddhist 110 0,23
Other 283 0,59
Irreligious 9,659 20,01
Total 48,265 100

Languages Edit

First language Edit

Lanoce

The largest languages of Oceana by number of native speakers.

Language Number Percentage Status
English[4] 25,195 52,20 Official State Language (English)
Narasha 'Oshenna 7,760[5] 16,08 Official State Language[6]
Hurbanovan English 5,341[7] 11,07 Official State Language (English)[8]
Limburgish 3,328 6,90 Officially recognized as minority language
Slovak 2,604 5,40 Officially recognized as minority language
Romanian 1,693 3,51 Officially recognized as minority language
Dutch 579 1,20 Officially recognized as minority language
Polish 450 0,93 Officially recognized as minority language
Germanic (other) 230 0,48
Russian 276 0,57
Bosnian 193 0,40
Korean 110 0,23
Chinese 100 0,21
Slavic (other) 89 0,18
Other 317 0,66
Total 48,265 100

Language proficiency Edit

These statistics indicate language knowledge on an advanced level. It also includes the native speakers of a language, so it cannot be used as second language statistics. This list only includes languages spoken by more than 1,000 people.

Language Number Percentage Status
English[9] 45,830 95,00 Used in education
Narasha 'Oshenna 30,995 64,23 Used in education
Hurbanovan English 12,763 26,44
Slovak 5,911 12,25
Limburgish 5,570 11,54
Dutch 4,622 9,58
French 3,986 8,26
Romanian 2,669 5,53
German 2,148 4,45
Russian 1,890 3,92
Spanish 1,287 2,67
Polish 1,133 2,35

References Edit

  1. The Oceana ethnicity consists of those of the original Oceana inhabitants who spoke the Oceana language. They mostly consist of ethnic Slovaks, Polish, and Scots.
  2. The Lovian ethnicity consists of those who did not speak the Oceana language, or those born in Lovia who migrated from other Lovian states to the State of Oceana after the sixties.
  3. Plans for the recognition of the Roman Catholic Church have been discussed but have not yet been accepted.
  4. English includes all English dialects except for Hurbanovan English.
  5. The number of first speakers of the Oceana language might be too high because of political reasons.
  6. Narasha 'Oshenna is official recognized as one of the two State Languages and is protected from extinction and dialect levelling.
  7. The number of first speakers of the Hurbanovan English language might be too low because the language has little prestige.
  8. Hurbanovan English is not separately recognized as a State Language. Because of this, legal protection for the dialect is not possible and all signs should be written in the standard orthography of English.
  9. Includes all English dialects except for Hurbanovan English.

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