The separation of the two parts of Bulgaria should be easy and simple task – for north – south we have Balkan Mountains, for east – the west – Ya (Yatovata) border. Is it the same with the country’s population? If we divide the population – 7,364,570 people, according to
Working on the ethnic backgrounds in Bulgaria, I decided to make a new map to represent where and how many Roma live in the country. I was curious about why 5% of the population is such a “problem” for the other 95% and I chose a heat map with detail
The topic of spreading the Bulgarian ethnicity and diaspora is on the agenda again . Bulgarian-Mohammedans (Pomaks) are unknown and confused matter for the regular citizen of the country, regardless of his ethnicity. Although they are often defined by themselves and others as a separate ethnic group, these are the
First portion of topic that has long excites me – namely Bulgarian diaspora typed at municipal level the number of Bulgarians in countries where Bulgarian ethnicity is recognized as an official part of the nation. These are countries where Bulgarians live in centuries, or at least the last 200-300 years
From this year’s election, I decided to focus only on I-st round of presidential elections due interesting data and variations in different constituencies. What will become of the II-nd tour for President no longer interests me, I personally do not see difference between the two candidates. And for confused data
As elections approach, again took the files with administrative units to prepare for the new data. And using a script on Mapbox I combined files of regions and municipalities , so to show data for populations at different zoom. use + – or double clicks for zoom in and zoom
This is a map of the working population distributed by municipalities. The percentages in different municipalities vary between 40 and 70%. Things are different with the% of the population to 17 years. The highest rate is 27%, but unfortunately the lowest is near zero – only 3.5% Elderly people are
This is a map of the population since Census 2011. Areas with over 300,000 inhabitants are Sofia city, Blagoevgrad, Plovdiv, Stara Zagora, Burgas and Varna. Below 100,000 is just Vidin. So far nothing new. But why I do these graphs are the ratio between the different age groups in areas.