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Population by ethnic affiliation, municipalities, Slovenia, census 1991
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Census of population, households and dwellings 1991.
Data of the Census 1991 are shown by the territorial division of Slovenia on 31 March 2002. At the comparision of the data of Census 1991 and Census 2002 there are differences in definitions of observation units, methods of data collection and used clasifications.
Data are territorially classified according to the Decree on the Standard Classification of Territorial Units description and explanations, level SKTE 5. Data on changes of individual municipalities are available at the link. In the list Slovene municipalities [by alphabet] and description on their territorial changes since 1995 the type of change is described together with the date when the described territorial change was taken into account in the territorial classification of units for statistical purposes and the Official Journal in which the mentioned territorial changes were published. In the list of municipalities the last valid situation regarding the names of municipalities is stated.
Ethnic affiliation is being a member of a nation or an ethnic group. In accordance with the constitutional principles of the equality of nations and ethnic groups, a person has the right to declare his or her ethnic affiliation [Constitution of the Republic of Slovenia, 1974].

At the 1991 Census for children younger than 15 the answer about ethnic affiliation was given by their parents, adopters or guardians. For persons who were absent at the time of the interviewer's visit the answer on ethnic affiliation was provided by an adult member of the household.