Népszámlálás 2011. Erdélyi magyar népesedés a XXI. század első évtizedében. Demográfiai és statisztikai elemzés

The study is divided into two parts. The first part presents the results of the census in 2011 and the changes occurred between 2002 and 2011 in the case of ethnic minorities. The main objective of this part is to describe the evolution of Hungarians by region, type of settlement and spatial ethnic structure both in terms of absolute numbers and percentages. We sought to identify contextual factors that determine the evolution of Hungarians (in absolute numbers and percentage) without resorting to demographic analysis. Demographic analysis is presented in the second part of the study. Research done after the census in 2002 highlights a consolidated model, which can describe the demographic processes of ethnic minorities. Besides natural growth and net migration, the model also takes into account the phenomenon of assimilation and looks at changes in identification occurred from one census to the next.