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Ranking of the Most Populated Spanish Autonomous Communities
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Ranking of the Most Populated Spanish Autonomous Communities (2004) »

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Spain is one of the most populated countries of the European Union. Just like the rest of the euro area, however, its worldwide demographic weight has decreased in recent years due to high birth rate in other world regions and countries. Within Spain, the most populated Autonomous Communities are Andalusia and Catalonia (both of which have been affected by recent waves of immigration), while the least populated ones are La Rioja and Cantabria. There is another Classora ranking that displays the population density of the different Autonomous Communities of the Spanish State.

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Autonomous Communitycolumns columns Inhabitants  (people)
1SpainSpain43,197,684
2AndalusiaAndalusia7,687,518
3CataloniaCatalonia6,813,319
4Comunidad de MadridComunidad de Madrid5,804,829
5Valencian CommunityValencian Community4,543,304
6GaliciaGalicia2,750,985
7Castilla y LeónCastilla y León2,493,918
8Basque CountryBasque Country2,115,279
9Canary IslandsCanary Islands1,915,540
10Castilla-La ManchaCastilla-La Mancha1,848,881
11Región de MurciaRegión de Murcia1,294,694
12AragonAragon1,249,584
13ExtremaduraExtremadura1,075,286
14Principado de AsturiasPrincipado de Asturias1,073,761
15Balearic IslandsBalearic Islands955,045
16Comunidad Foral de NavarraComunidad Foral de Navarra584,734
17CantabriaCantabria554,784
18La RiojaLa Rioja293,553
19CeutaCeuta74,654
20MelillaMelilla68,016
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