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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: Oceana Demographic Center/2012 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: 43,280

  • Hurbanova: 37,121 (85,8%)
    • Built-up areas: 34,827 (80,5%)
    • Rural areas: 2,294 (5,3%)
      • Dien Village: 672 (1,6%)
      • Overbanken-Forest: 256 (0,6%)
      • Slowane: 22 (0,1%)
      • Scotland: 85 (0,2%)
      • Southern Oceana: 198 (0,5%)
      • Southern Wine Region: 1,061 (2,6%)
  • East Hills: 6,159 (14,2%)
    • Built-up area: 5,026 (11,6%)
    • Rural areas: 1,133 (2,6%)
      • Beaver River Mouth: 475 (1,1%)
      • Oceana Emeralds: 176 (0,4%)
      • North Coast: 201 (0,5%)
      • Northern Wine Region: 281 (0,6%)

Oceana has the lowest percentage of people living in rural areas of Lovia: 39,853 (92,1%) people live in built-up areas, while just 3,427 (7,9%) people live in rural areas.


Ethnicity Edit

Popoce

The largest ethnic groups of Oceana.

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

Group Number Percentage Status
Oceana[1] 20,781 48,0 Officially recognized as main ethnicity
Lovian[2] 9,282 21,4 Officially recognized as main ethnicity
Limburgish 3,388 7,8 Officially recognized as a minority
Slovak 3,194 7,4 Officially recognized as a minority
Romanian 2,241 5,2 Officially recognized as a minority
Dutch 1,192 2,8 Officially recognized as a minority
American 609 1,4
Polish 532 1,2 Officially recognized as a minority
Bosnian 486 1,1
British 369 0,9
Russian 279 0,6
Ukrainian 154 0,4
Scandinavian 127 0,3
Korean 120 0,3
Chinese 108 0,2
Other 418 1,0
Total 43,280 100

Religion Edit

Reloce

The largest religious groups of Oceana.

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

Group Number Percentage Status
Roman Catholic 29,216 67,5 None[3]
Romanian Orthodox Church 2,082 4,8
Other Orthodox Churches 838 1,9
United Protestant Church 2,155 5,0
Protestant Church in the Netherlands 304 0,7
Lutheran 232 0,5
Free Church of Lovia 94 0,2
Other Protestant Churches 147 0,3
Evangelic Churches 311 0,7
Cheondist 106 0,2
Buddhist 93 0,2
Other 214 0,5
Irreligious 7,488 17,3
Total 43,280 100

Languages Edit

First language Edit

Lanoce

The largest languages of Oceana by number of native speakers.

Language Number Percentage Status
English[4] 22,225 51,4 Official State Language (English)
Hurbanovan English 6,554 15,1 Official State Language (English)[5]
Narasha 'Oshenna 4,789[6] 11,1 Official State Language[7]
Limburgish 3,141 7,3 Officially recognized as minority language
Slovak 2,478 5,7 Officially recognized as minority language
Romanian 1,910 4,4 Officially recognized as minority language
Dutch 615 1,4 Officially recognized as minority language
Bosnian 294 0,7
Polish 226 0,5 Officially recognized as minority language
Germanic (other) 219 0,5
Russian 194 0,4
Slavic (other) 153 0,4
Korean 117 0,3
Chinese 108 0,2
Other 257 0,6
Total 43,280 100

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[8] 40,817 94,3 Used in education
Narasha 'Oshenna 22,998 53,1 Used in education
Hurbanovan English 10,195 23,6
Slovak 5,471 12,6
Limburgish 5,080 11,7
Dutch 4,336 10,0
French 3,762 8,7
Romanian 2,699 6,2
German 1,865 4,3
Russian 1,286 3,0

Bardeyow Edit

Of the 198 inhabitants of the Southern Oceana district, 74 live in Bardeyow. According to the 2013 census, the racial make-up of Bardeyow was 74 white (100%); ethnically there were 56 Oceana (75,7%), 12 Slovaks (16,2%), and 6 Lovians (8,1%). The first-language distribution was recorded as 39 Oceana (52,7%), 27 English (36,5%), and 8 Slovak (10,8%). The distribution of religious affiliations was 72 Roman Catholic (97,3%) and 2 with no religious affiliation (2,7%).

Boynitz Edit

Of the 176 inhabitants of the Southern Emeralds district, 176 live in Boynitz. According to the 2013 census, the racial make-up of Boynitz was 176 white (100%); ethnically there were 94 British people (53,4%), 75 Oceana (42,6%), and 7 Lovians (4%). The first-language distribution was recorded as 118 English (67%) and 58 Oceana (33%). The distribution of religious affiliations was 94 Free Churchers (53,4%), 75 Roman Catholic (42,6%), and 7 with no religious affiliation (4%).

Bytack Edit

Of the 1,061 inhabitants of the Southern Wine Region district, 238 live in Bytack. According to the 2013 census, the racial make-up of Bytack was 238 white (100%); ethnically there were 174 Oceana (73,1%), 42 Slovaks (17,6%), 16 Lovians (6,7%), and 6 Russians (2,5%). The first-language distribution was recorded as 206 English (86,6%), 17 Slovak (7,1%), 9 Oceana (3,8%), and 6 Russian (2,5%). The distribution of religious affiliations was 191 Roman Catholic (80,3%), 6 other Orthodox-Christian (2,5%), 2 United Protestant (0,8%), and 39 with no religious affiliation (16,4%).

Cold Hill Edit

Of the 281 inhabitants of the Northern Wine Region district, 31 live in Cold Hill. According to the 2013 census, the racial make-up of Cold Hill was 31 white (100%); ethnically there were 18 Oceana (58,1%), 9 Slovaks (29%), and 4 Lovians (12,9%). The first-language distribution was recorded as 22 English (71%), 6 Oceana (19,4%), and 3 Slovak (9,7%). The distribution of religious affiliations was 24 Roman Catholic (77,4%), 4 United Protestant (12,9%) and 3 with no religious affiliation (9,7%).

Dien Village Edit

Of the 672 inhabitants of the Dien Village district, 672 live in Dien Village. According to the 2013 census, the racial make-up of Dien Village was 672 white (100%); ethnically there were 381 Oceana (56,7%), 175 Slovaks (26%), 74 Lovians (11%), 34 Dutch people (5,1%), and 8 Limburgish people (1,2%). The first-language distribution was recorded as 429 English (63,8%), 106 Oceana (15,8%), 100 Slovak (14,9%), 29 Dutch (4,3%), and 8 Limburgish (1,2%). The distribution of religious affiliations was 567 Roman Catholic (84,4%), 28 Dutch Protestant (4,2%), 23 United Protestant (3,4%), and 54 with no religious affiliation (8%).

Downtown Hurbanova Edit

Of the 34,827 inhabitants of the Hurbanova district, 12,709 live in Downtown Hurbanova. According to the 2013 census, the racial make-up of Downtown Hurbanova was 12,402 white (97,6%), 117 asian-pacific (0,9%), 108 black (0,8%), and 82 undefined (0,6%); ethnically there were 6,706 Oceana (52,8%), 1,955 Lovians (15,4%), 1,078 Limburgish people (8,5%), 923 Romanians (7,3%), 832 Slovaks (6,5%), 279 Dutch people (2,2%), 171 British people (1,3%), 163 Americans (1,3%), 127 Russians (1%), 116 Poles (0,9%), 94 Bosnians (0,7%), 80 Koreans (0,6%), 45 Scandinavians (0,4%), 33 Chinese people (0,3%), and 107 others (0,8%). The first-language distribution was recorded as 5,170 English (40,7%), 2,871 Hurbanovan English (22,6%), 1,403 Oceana (11%), 926 Limburgish (7,3%), 921 Slovak (7,2%), 835 Romanian (6,6%), 140 Dutch (1,1%), 99 Russian (0,8%), 86 other Germanic (0,7%), 77 Korean (0,6%), 76 Polish (0,6%), 33 Chinese (0,3%), 8 Bosnian (0,1%), and 64 other (0,5%). The distribution of religious affiliations was 9,582 Roman Catholic (75,4%), 879 Romanian Orthodox (6,9%), 269 United Protestant (2,1%), 87 other Orthodox-Christian (0,7%), 84 Lutheran (0,7%), 71 Dutch Protestant (0,6%), 69 Cheonidst (0,5%), 54 Evangelic-Christian (0,4%), 33 other Protestant (0,3%), 24 Buddhist (0,2%), 48 other (0,4%), and 1,509 with no religious affiliation (11,9%).

Drake Town Edit

Of the 34,827 inhabitants of the Hurbanova district, 11,808 live in Drake Town. According to the 2013 census, the racial make-up of Drake Town was 11,644 white (98,6%), 68 black (0,6%), 56 asian-pacific (0,5%), and 40 undefined (0,3%); ethnically there were 5,421 Oceana (45,9%), 2,411 Lovians (20,4%), 1,304 Limburgish people (11%), 687 Slovaks (5,8%), 670 Romanians (5,7%), 415 Dutch people (3,5%), 283 Bosnians (2,4%), 154 Ukrainians (1,3%), 108 Americans (0,9%), 107 Russians (0,9%), 66 British people (0,6%), 42 Poles (0,4%), 31 Koreans (0,3%), 20 Chinese people (0,2%), 12 Scandinavians (1,3%), and 77 others (0,1%). The first-language distribution was recorded as 5,889 English (49,9%), 2,011 Hurbanovan English (17%), 1,284 Limburgish (10,9%), 671 Oceana (5,7%), 612 Slovak (5,2%), 584 Romanian (4,9%), 211 Dutch (1,8%), 204 Bosnian (1,7%), 147 other Slavic (1,2%), 49 Russian (0,4%), 36 other Germanic (0,3%), 31 Korean (0,3%), 21 Polish (0,2%), 20 Chinese (0,2%), and 38 other (0,3%). The distribution of religious affiliations was 8,052 Roman Catholic (68,2%), 642 Romanian Orthodox (5,4%), 596 other Orthodox-Christian (5%), 451 United Protestant (3,8%), 159 Evangelic-Christian (1,3%), 91 Dutch Protestant (0,8%), 62 Lutheran (0,5%), 51 other Protestant (0,4%), 28 Cheonidst (0,2%), 14 Buddhist (0,1%), 30 other (0,3%), and 1,632 with no religious affiliation (13,2%).

Dubnitz Edit

Of the 201 inhabitants of the North Coast district, 162 live in Dubnitz. According to the 2013 census, the racial make-up of Dubnitz was 162 white (100%); ethnically there were 88 Poles (54,3%), 39 Oceana (24,1%), 11 Slovaks (6,8%), 11 Lovians (6,8%), 8 Romanians (4,9%), and 5 Limburgish people (3,1%). The first-language distribution was recorded as 89 English (54,9%), 30 Polish (18,5%), 22 Oceana (13,6%), 8 Slovak (4,9%), 8 Romanian (4,9%), and 5 Limburgish (3,1%). The distribution of religious affiliations was 133 Roman Catholic (82,1%), 8 Romanian Orthodox (4,9%), 7 United Protestant (4,3%) and 14 with no religious affiliation (8,6%).

East Hills Edit

Of the 6,159 inhabitants of the East Hills canton, 5,026 live in the canton's built-up area. According to the 2013 census, the racial make-up of East Hills was 4,904 white (97,6%), 84 black (1,7%), 12 asian-pacific (0,2%), and 26 undefined (0,5%); ethnically there were 2,011 Oceana (40%), 1,420 Lovians (28,3%), 902 Slovaks (17,9%), 233 Poles (4,6%), 161 Limburgish people (3,2%), 108 Romanians (2,1%), 43 Americans (0,9%), 41 Dutch people (0,8%), 28 British people (0,6%), 20 Bosnians (0,4%), 11 Russians (0,2%), 8 Chinese people (0,2%), 4 Koreans (0,1%), 3 Scandinavians (0,1%), and 33 others (0,7%). The first-language distribution was recorded as 2,994 English (59,6%), 922 Oceana (18,3%), 569 Slovak (11,3%), 150 Limburgish (3%), 128 Hurbanovan English (2,5%), 91 Romanian (1,8%), 82 Polish (1,6%), 18 Dutch (0,4%), 14 other Germanic (0,3%), 11 Bosnian (0,2%), 8 Chinese (0,2%), 6 other Slavic (0,1%), 5 Russian (0,1%), 4 Korean (0,1%), and 24 other (0,5%). The distribution of religious affiliations was 3,266 Roman Catholic (65%), 392 United Protestant (7,8%), 103 Romanian Orthodox (2%), 53 Evangelic-Christian (1,1%), 30 other Orthodox-Christian (0,6%), 21 other Protestant-Christian (0,4%), 18 Lutheran (0,4%), 8 Buddhist (0,2%), 4 Dutch Protestant (0,1%), 4 Cheondist (0,1%), 19 other (0,4%), and 1,108 with no religious affiliation (22%).

Heighnow Edit

Of the 281 inhabitants of the Northern Wine Region district, 47 live in Heighnow. According to the 2013 census, the racial make-up of Heighnow was 47 white (100%); ethnically there were 21 Oceana (44,7%), 20 Slovaks (42,6%), and 6 Lovians (12,8%). The first-language distribution was recorded as 23 English (48,9%), 16 Oceana (34%), and 8 Slovak (17%). The distribution of religious affiliations was 41 Roman Catholic (87,2%), 2 United Protestant (4,3%) and 4 with no religious affiliation (8,5%).

Millstreet Edit

Of the 34,827 inhabitants of the Hurbanova district, 5,025 live in Millstreet. According to the 2013 census, the racial make-up of Millstreet was 4,968 white (98,9%), 36 black (0,7%), 8 asian-pacific (0,2%), and 13 undefined (0,3%); ethnically there were 2,097 Oceana (41,7%), 1,892 Lovians (37,7%), 204 Limburgish people (4,1%), 185 Romanians (3,7%), 173 Americans (3,4%), 126 Dutch people (2,5%), 106 Slovaks (2,1%), 67 Scandinavians (1,3%), 29 Bosnians (0,6%), 15 Chinese people (0,3%), 15 Russians (0,3%), 8 Poles (0,2%), 4 British people (0,1%), and 104 others (2,1%). The first-language distribution was recorded as 3,403 English (67,7%), 722 Hurbanovan English (14,4%), 401 Oceana (8%), 183 Limburgish (3,6%), 82 Romanian (1,6%), 79 other Germanic (1,6%), 55 Dutch (1,1%), 29 Bosnian (0,6%), 15 Chinese (0,3%), 15 Russian (0,3%), and 41 other (0,8%). The distribution of religious affiliations was 2,345 Roman Catholic (46,7%), 487 United Protestant (9,7%), 103 Romanian Orthodox (2%), 64 Lutherans (1,3%), 46 other Orthodox-Christian (0,9%), 42 other Protestant (0,8%), 29 Dutch Protestant (0,6%), 22 Evangelic-Christian (0,4%), 15 Buddhist (0,3%), 30 other (0,6%), and 1,842 with no religious affiliation (36,7%).

Newmouth Edit

Of the 475 inhabitants of the Beaver River district, 241 live in Newmouth. According to the 2013 census, the racial make-up of Newmouth was 241 white (100%); ethnically there were 94 Oceana (39%), 82 Slovaks (34%), 45 Lovians (18,7%), 14 Dutch people (5,8%), and 6 others (2,5%). The first-language distribution was recorded as 149 English (61,8%), 57 Slovak (23,7%), 24 Oceana (10%), 7 Dutch (2,9%), and 4 other Germanic (1,7%). The distribution of religious affiliations was 175 Roman Catholic (72,6%), 14 Dutch Protestant (5,8%), 9 United Protestant (3,7%), 4 Lutheran (1,7%), and 39 with no religious affiliation (16,2%).

Newport Edit

Of the 34,827 inhabitants of the Hurbanova district, 2,284 live in Newport[9]. According to the 2013 census, the racial make-up of Newport was 2,016 white (88,3%), 105 asian-pacific (4,6%), 92 black (4%), and 71 undefined (3,1%); ethnically there were 1,164 Oceana (51%), 412 Lovians (18%), 291 Limburgish people (12,7%), 117 Romanians (5,1%), 104 Americans (4,6%), 35 Dutch people (1,5%), 27 Slovaks (1,2%), 23 Chinese people (1%), 18 Bosnians (0,8%), 11 Russians (0,5%), and 82 others (3,6%). The first-language distribution was recorded as 1,062 English (46,5%), 360 Oceana (15,8%), 322 Hurbanovan English (14,1%), 282 Limburgish (12,3%), 102 Romanian (4,7%), 23 Chinese (1%), 18 Bosnian (0,8%), 12 Slovak (0,5%), 11 Russian (0,5%), 10 Dutch (0,4%), and 82 other (3,6%). The distribution of religious affiliations was 1,480 Roman Catholic (64,8%), 244 United Protestant (10,7%), 117 Romanian Orthodox (5,1%), 29 other Orthodox-Christian (1,3%), 23 Buddhist (1%), 9 Dutch Protestant (0,4%), 8 Evangelic-Christian (0,4%), 82 other (3,6%), and 292 with no religious affiliation (12,8%).

Orwnitz Edit

Of the 201 inhabitants of the North Coast district, 39 live in Orwnitz. According to the 2013 census, the racial make-up of Orwnitz was 39 white (100%); ethnically there were 26 Poles (66,7%), 5 Oceana (12,8%), 3 Slovaks (7,7%), 3 Lovians (7,7%), and 2 Romanians (5,1%). The first-language distribution was recorded as 20 English (51,3%), 15 Polish (38,5%), 2 Oceana (5,1%) and 2 Romanian (5,1%). The distribution of religious affiliations was 33 Roman Catholic (84,6%), 2 Romanian Orthodox (5,1%) and 4 with no religious affiliation (10,3%).

Overbanken-Forest Edit

Of the 256 inhabitants of the Overbanken-Forest district, 256 live in Overbanken-Forest. According to the 2013 census, the racial make-up of Overbanken-Forest was 241 white (94,1%), and 15 asian-pacific (5,9%); ethnically there were 141 Oceana (55,1%), 53 Lovians (20,7%), 16 Americans (6,3%), 9 Chinese people (3,5%), 8 Poles (3,1%), 7 Dutch people (2,7%), 5 Koreans (2%), 4 Limburgish people (1,6%), 4 Slovaks (1,6%), 2 Russians (0,8%), and 7 others (2,7%). The first-language distribution was recorded as 116 English (45,3%), 91 Hurbanovan English (35,5%), 18 Oceana (7%), 9 Chinese (3,5%), 5 Korean (2%), 4 Limburgish (1,6%), 2 Polish (0,8%), 2 Russian (0,8%), 2 Slovak (0,8%), 1 Dutch (0,4%), and 6 other (2,3%). The distribution of religious affiliations was 144 Roman Catholic (56,3%), 22 United Protestant (8,6%), 9 Buddhist (3,5%), 8 Evangelic-Christian (3,1%), 5 Cheondist (2%), 2 other Orthodox-Christian (0,8%), 3 other (1,2%), and 63 with no religious affiliation (24,6%).

Overbanken-Neighborhood Edit

Of the 34,827 inhabitants of the Hurbanova district, 3,001 live in Overbanken-Neighborhood. According to the 2013 census, the racial make-up of Overbanken-Neighborhood was 3,001 white (100%); ethnically there were 1,338 Oceana (44,6%), 764 Lovians (25,5%), 306 Limburgish people (10,2%), 216 Romanians (7,2%), 178 Dutch people (5,9%), 144 Slovaks (4,8%), 42 Bosnians (1,4%), 6 British people (0,2%), 5 Poles (0,2%), and 2 Americans (0,1%). The first-language distribution was recorded as 1,529 English (50,9%), 412 Oceana (13,7%), 388 Hurbanovan English (12,9%), 278 Limburgish (9,3%), 194 Romanian (6,5%), 92 Dutch (3,1%), 77 Slovak (2,6%), and 31 Bosnian (1%). The distribution of religious affiliations was 1,909 Roman Catholic (63,6%), 216 Romanian Orthodox (7,2%), 209 United Protestant (7%), 42 other Orthodox-Christian (1,4%), 7 Evangelic-Christian (0,2%), and 618 with no religious affiliation (20,6%).

Righow Edit

Of the 1,061 inhabitants of the Southern Wine Region district, 509 live in Righow. According to the 2013 census, the racial make-up of Righow was 509 white (100%); ethnically there were 400 Oceana (78,6%), 53 Lovians (10,4%), 23 Slovaks (4,5%), 17 Limburgish people (3,3%), 8 Romanians (1,6%), 4 Dutch people (0,8%), 2 Poles (0,4%), and 2 others (0,4%). The first-language distribution was recorded as 372 English (73,1%), 107 Oceana (21%), 11 Limburgish (2,2%), 9 Slovak (1,8%), 8 Romanian (1,6%), and 2 other (0,4%). The distribution of religious affiliations was 405 Roman Catholic (79,6%), 8 Romanian Orthodox Christian (1,6%), 4 Dutch Protestant (0,8%), 2 United Protestant (0,4%), 2 other (0,4%), and 88 with no religious affiliation (17,3%).

Scotland Edit

Of the 85 inhabitants of the Scotland district, 85 live in Scotland. According to the 2013 census, the racial make-up of Scotland was 85 white (100%); ethnically there were 56 Oceana (65,9%), 17 Lovians (20%), 8 Limburgish people (9,4%), and 4 Romanians (4,7%). The first-language distribution was recorded as 33 English (38,8%), 25 Oceana (29,4%), 15 Hurbanovan English (17,6%), 8 Limburgish (9,4%), and 4 Romanian (4,7%). The distribution of religious affiliations was 56 Roman Catholic (65,9%), 5 United Protestant (5,9%), 4 Romanian Orthodox Christian (4,7%), and 20 with no religious affiliation (23,5%).

Skelington Edit

Of the 198 inhabitants of the Southern Oceana district, 124 live in Skelington. According to the 2013 census, the racial make-up of Skelington was 124 white (100%); ethnically there were 64 Oceana (51,6%), 38 Dutch people (30,6%), 19 Lovians (15,3%), and 3 Slovaks (2,4%). The first-language distribution was recorded as 46 English (37,1%), 41 Dutch (33,1%), and 37 Oceana (29,8%). The distribution of religious affiliations was 66 Roman Catholic (53,2%), 40 Dutch Protestant (32,3%), and 18 with no religious affiliation (14,5%).

Slowane Edit

Of the 22 inhabitants of the Slowane district, 22 live in Slowane. According to the 2013 census, the racial make-up of Slowane was 22 white (100%); ethnically there were 17 Oceana (77,3%), 4 Dutch people (18,2%), and 1 Lovian (4,5%). The first-language distribution was recorded as 8 English (36,4%), 6 Oceana (27,3%), 6 Hurbanovan English (27,3%), and 2 Dutch (9,1%). The distribution of religious affiliations was 17 Roman Catholic (77,3%), and 5 with no religious affiliation (22,7%).

Sternaw Edit

Of the 281 inhabitants of the Northern Wine Region district, 203 live in Sternaw. According to the 2013 census, the racial make-up of Sternaw was 203 white (100%); ethnically there were 156 Oceana (76,8%), 36 Lovians (17,7%), 5 Slovaks (2,5%), 4 Poles (2%), and 2 Limburgish people (1%). The first-language distribution was recorded as 134 English (66%), 66 Oceana (32,5%), 2 Limburgish (1%), and 1 Slovak (0,5%). The distribution of religious affiliations was 168 Roman Catholic (82,8%), 8 United Protestant (3,9%) and 27 with no religious affiliation (13,3%).

Topolcane Edit

Of the 1,061 inhabitants of the Southern Wine Region district, 182 live in Topolcane. According to the 2013 census, the racial make-up of Topolcane was 182 white (100%); ethnically there were 137 Oceana (75,3%), 28 Lovians (15,4%), and 17 Slovaks (9,3%). The first-language distribution was recorded as 137 English (75,3%), 34 Oceana (18,7%), and 11 Slovak (6%). The distribution of religious affiliations was 125 Roman Catholic (68,7%), 9 United Protestant (4,9%), and 48 with no religious affiliation (26,4%).

Tshadsa Edit

Of the 475 inhabitants of the Beaver River district, 87 live in Tshadsa. According to the 2013 census, the racial make-up of Tshadsa was 87 white (100%); ethnically there were 30 Slovaks (34,5%), 22 Oceana (25,3%), 20 Lovians (23%), and 15 Dutch people (17,2%). The first-language distribution was recorded as 57 English (65,5%), 22 Slovak (25,3%), 7 Dutch (8%), and 1 Oceana (1,1%). The distribution of religious affiliations was 52 Roman Catholic (59,8%), 12 Dutch Protestant (13,8%), 4 United Protestant (4,6%), and 19 with no religious affiliation (21,8%).

Vrabelvrutke Edit

Of the 1,061 inhabitants of the Southern Wine Region district, 132 live in Vrabelvrutke. According to the 2013 census, the racial make-up of Vrabelvrutke was 132 white (100%); ethnically there were 114 Oceana (86,4%), 10 Lovians (7,6%), and 8 Slovaks (6,1%). The first-language distribution was recorded as 86 English (65,2%), 41 Oceana (31,1%), and 5 Slovak (3,8%). The distribution of religious affiliations was 120 Roman Catholic (90,1%) and 12 with no religious affiliation (9,1%).

Westwall Edit

Of the 475 inhabitants of the Beaver River district, 147 live in Westwall. According to the 2013 census, the racial make-up of Westwall was 147 white (100%); ethnically there were 74 Oceana (50,3%), 58 Slovaks (39,5%), 13 Lovians (8,8%), and 2 Dutch people (1,4%). The first-language distribution was recorded as 106 English (72,1%), 36 Slovak (24,5%), 3 Oceana (2%), and 2 Dutch (1,4%). The distribution of religious affiliations was 118 Roman Catholic (80,3%), 6 United Protestant (4,1%), 2 Dutch Protestant (1,4%), and 21 with no religious affiliation (14,3%).

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. 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.
  6. The number of first speakers of the Oceana language might be too high because of political reasons.
  7. Narasha 'Oshenna is official recognized as one of the two State Languages and is protected from extinction and dialect levelling.
  8. Includes all English dialects except for Hurbanovan English.
  9. Includes both Newport-Forest and Newport-Neighborhood.

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