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1.4. Population

Demographic data including at a minimum population figures for the entire city for the past 5 years. Also look for data on population forecasts. Ideally demographic data is available at a more finegrained level as well: broken down by age group, gender, and most importantly population numbers for each local subdivision.

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Title Type Author(s) Year
Population Sg Webpage Koh Ambassador-At-Large et al.
Resident Population by Age Group and Sex, 2015 Dataset
Population and Population Structure Dataset Department of Singapore Statistics 2020
Singapore: Total population from 2014 to 2024(in million inhabitants) Data visualisation Plecher and 2020
Population in Brief Conference Paper Group and Manpower 2019
Population trend Report Singapore Department of Statistics 2019
An Empirical Evaluation of OLS Hedonic Pricing Regression on Singapore Private Housing Market Map Mo Zheng 2014
The National Population and Talent Division (NPTD) Poster 2 and 2013 2013
Singapore’s population policy Presentation Slide share 2011

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Discussion and questions


Population’, ‘Households and Housing’, ‘Family Formation and Dissolution’, ‘Fertility’ and ‘Mortality are major demographics facets that the document or report is looking at


Three founding are discovered. Firstly, size, age, floor level, population density level, latitude and construction status are core attributes resulting from the regression. Hence population density is important to understand the population distribution in the city per square kilometre thats why i chose her map to be part of the data.


Poster showing the outlook or growth of the Singapore population


Singapore's population from past to present through various phases of baby boom and economic growth until now when there is an aging population and potential for increase and decline in population if the right policies are formulated


Key indicators of population in Singapore


There is need to close the gap between the young median and aging population to allow sustainability in Singapore considering they have a really viable economy that needs young age to keep on improving

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