|Unit||# per Ths. pop.|
|Population||2019 Q1||2,080,908||2,076,595||#, NSA||Quarterly|
|Birth Rate||2014||10.3||10.2||# per Ths. pop.||Annual|
|Deaths||2014||18,886||19,334||# per Ths. pop.||Annual|
|Death Rate||2007||9.2||# per Ths. pop.||Annual|
According to the source:
"A dead person is one whose evidence of life permanently disappeared any time after he/she was live-born."
"Deaths per 1000 population is the ratio between the number of deaths in the calendar year and the midyear population of the same year for a given area, multiplied by 1000."
"A dead infant is a child whose evidence of life permanently disappeared any time after he/she was live-born and has not yet completed the first year of age."
"Short-term migrant is a person (irrespective of citizenship) who in the observed year registered temporary residence in the Republic of Slovenia, but is according to the duration and intention of his/her temporary residing in Slovenia not counted among immigrants, i.e. the criterion of one year of actual or intended residing on the territory of Slovenia is not fulfilled."
"An immigrant from abroad is a resident of Slovenia who immigrated from abroad and registered his/her residence in Slovenia."
"A live-born is a child who immediately after birth showed signs of life (breathing, beating of the heart, muscle twitch), even though only for a short period. Duration of pregnancy is not important."
The Institute of Public Health of the Republic of Slovenia has taken over individual date in electronic form since January 2000. The Institute keeps the data in the Mortality Database.
Preliminary basic data is posted in June followed by the final detailed data posted in October.
The information for this page was taken from: http://www.stat.si/StatWeb/Common/PrikaziDokument.ashx?IdDatoteke=8331
As of 2015, the data is territorially classified according to the Nuts 2013 change.