Croatia has a negative natural population growth rate, having completed demographic transition in the 1970s. Life expectancy and literacy rates are reasonably high.
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The census of 1991 was the last one held before the war in Croatia, marked by ethnic conflict between Serbs and Croats. In the ethnic and religious composition of population of Croatia of that time, those two sets of numbers are quoted as important:
There was also a significant drop in people who declared Yugoslav ethnicity.
There were two major sets of population movements during this period - the first one during the earlier stage of the war, around 1991, and the second one during the later stage of the war, around 1995. The first movement peaked at around 200,000 on the Croatian side; the second movement peaked at around 550,000 on the Serbian side.
After the end of the war of the 1990s, as a result of all which took place previously, the ethno-religious structure for the two largest nations were:
Most Croat refugees have since returned to their homes, while two thirds of the Serbs remain in exile; the other third either returned or had remained in Zagreb and other parts of Croatia not directly affected by war.
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