Saturday, July 05, 2014

Spain’s mass exodus

MORE than half-a-million people left Spain in 2013, many of them foreigners, with 79,306 Spanish nationals making up the numbers.

But the Canary Islands actually showed a slight increase in population of 0.46%.

Figures from the Migration Study, conducted by the National Statistics Institute (INE), reveal that 547,890 people left the country last year.

This means Spain’s population has dropped for the second year running. In 2013, the drop stood at 220,130, closing the year with a total population of just over 46½ million.

Spain’s mass exodus


Fluent in Spanish and having spent 16 years on the island, Pamela Stocks has now been translating, researching and publishing information on customs and events in Tenerife for 25+ years. This takes a considerable amount of time and effort, for which she receives no payment whatsoever. If you find this work useful or interesting, please buy her a coffee. Buy Pamela Stocks a Coffee

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