Gulf Labour Markets, Migration, and Population (GLMM) Programme

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Population aged 15 and above by nationality (Saudi/ non-Saudi), sex and marital status (2012)

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    Saudis     Non-Saudis     Total  
  males females total males females total males females total
Never married 2.764.009 2.213.540 4.977.549 1.010.570 370.320 1.380.890 3.774.579 2.583.860 6.358.439
Married 3.495.842 3.617.699 7.113.541 4.472.799 1.446.609 5.919.408 7.968.641 5.064.308 13.032.949
Divorced 46.427 136.301 182.728 18.053 22.444 40.497 64.480 158.745 223.225
Widower 34.636 399.338 433.974 14.595 56.386 70.981 49.231 455.724 504.955
Total 6.340.914 6.366.878 12.707.792 5.516.017 1.895.759 7.411.776 11.856.931 8.262.637 20.119.568

Source: Manpower Survey, 2012 (Round 1).

 

ANNEXED NOTE

 

1. Technical Notes and Definitions

 

Sampling frame of LFS 2012 Round 1: Population Census 2010.

Sample size: 29 000 households

Reference period: January 25th-February 17th, 2012

Population of reference: all individuals (nationals and non-nationals) residing in the Kingdom during the period of reference.

The ultimate sampling unit is the household.

 

2. Institution which provides data

 

Central Department of Statistics and Information (CDSI), Ministry and Economy and Planning

 

3. Data availability

 

Surveys conducted since 1999 are available on the website of the CDSI (http://www.cdsi.gov.sa/), in published form in PDF format. A selection of tables is also available in PDF or Excel format.

https://www.stats.gov.sa/en/814 (website English version) or https://www.stats.gov.sa/ar/814 (website Arabic version). The technical notes and tables of contents are in Arabic and the tables are in both languages.

Date of access: May 2013.

 

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