Geneva - Historic Population

Historic Population

The historical population is given in the following chart:

Historic Population Data
Year Total Population German Speaking French Speaking Catholic Protestant Other Jewish Islamic No religion given Swiss Non-Swiss
1850 37,724 11,123 26,446 29,203 8,521
1870 60,004 27,092 35,064 39,012 24,507
1888 75,709 10,806 61,429 32,168 41,605 1,330 654 47,482 28,227
1900 97,359 11,703 77,611 44,958 49,875 1,918 1,055 58,376 38,983
1910 115,243 14,566 86,697 53,248 55,474 4,267 2,170 67,430 47,813
1930 124,121 18,717 93,058 49,531 66,016 4,584 2,224 92,693 31,428
1950 145,473 20,603 111,314 58,556 74,837 6,164 2,642 118,863 26,610
1970 173,618 19,657 111,553 90,555 65,393 22,591 3,128 959 6,164 115,107 58,511
1990 171,042 9,610 112,419 79,575 34,492 39,227 2,444 4,753 29,747 98,812 72,230
2000 177,964 7,050 128,622 66,491 26,020 34,972 2,601 8,698 41,289 99,935 78,029

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