Here we have some population stats from the third quarter of this year that some of you may find interesting.*
At the end of the third quarter of this year, precisely 318,200 people resided in Iceland. This is 300 more than at the end of the second quarter. There were 160,000 men and 158,200 women. Foreign citizens numbered 21,500. A total of 201,900 people lived in the Greater Reykjavík Area.
A total of 1,300 children were born during the second quarter, while 490 people died. In that same period, 510 more people moved away from than to Iceland. Most Icelandic nationals who moved away went to Denmark. Of the 1,900 Icelanders who moved away during the second quarter, 650 moved to Denmark and 540 to Norway. The greatest number of foreign nationals who moved away went to Poland, or 230 of 640 in total.
* shamelessly filched from RÚV.