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POPULATION AND HOUSING CENSUS IN THE
Резюме: The eighth population census commenced on December 31, 1926. It was carried out on the appointed day in all 2 650 administrative municipalities, consisting of 93 cities,
4 265 villages and 1 391 other settlements, or a total of 5 749 settlements. There were 36 347 agent-enumerators, of which 9 687 in the cities and 26 660 in the villages. Agent supervisors were 5 013 - 1 232 in urban areas and 3 781 in villages. On the average, one agent enumerator was responsible for 131 persons, 117 in the cities, and 163 in the villages.
The ninth population census commenced on December 31, 1934. It was carried out simultaneously in 921 administrative municipalities, consisting of 97 cities, 4 260 villages and 1 395 settlements or a total of 5 752 settlements. There were 45 112 agent enumerators, of which 12 543 in the cities and 32 569 in the villages. Agent-controllers were 6 151 of which 1 581 in towns and 4 570 in villages. One agent-enumerator counted an average of 135 persons, 104 in the cities and 147 in the villages.
For the proper course of the censuses and for the active and responsible participation of the population in this nationwide event, an advertising campaign was carried out, which aimed to achieve higher activity and lifting the spirits of Bulgarian population. The advertising materials were disseminated in thousands of copies in all parts of the Kingdom.
Editions of the enumeration of the population and housing censuses in 1926 and 1934 have been digitized and are available of free access in the digital library of the NSI. Digital collections contain 2 691 pages of statistical information.
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