By 1940, nearly one third of the territory's population was Catholic, mainly in Asmara where many churches were built.
The territory's population was one of the few in Russia that was expected to show strong growth after the collapse of the USSR.
however, most of the territory's population lived south of the Platte River.
The territory's population represents 1% of the total population of Australia.
Less than half of the territory's population live in the rural Northern Territory.
White settlers, attracted by the success of the bonanza farms, flocked to North Dakota, rapidly increasing the territory's population.
One of his primary responsibilities was to obtain title to Indian lands that would allow future settlement and increase the territory's population, which was a requirement for statehood.
Visible minority and indigenous identity (2016): According to the 2006 Canada Census the majority of the territory's population was of European descent, although it has a significant population of First Nations communities across the territory.
Also, Japanese Americans comprised over 35% of the territory's population, with 157,905 of Hawaii's 423,330 inhabitants at the time of the 1940 census, making them the largest ethnic group at that time;
The territory's population drops at the turn of the 20th and 21st centuries are due to its reduction in size, as Yukon, then Saskatchewan and Alberta were carved out of its territory, and the same with Nunavut a century later.
By 1840, the territory's population had reached 54,477 people.
As of 1 July 2008, there were two classifications of local government in the Northern Territory: The Northern Territory was unusual as a comparatively large share of the territory's population lived in unincorporated areas.
Palmerston's population represents one quarter of the combined Palmerston-Darwin total population, and represents 11.7% of the Territory's population.
However, the indigenous Muslim population remained a majority of the territory's population throughout its history.
The census placed the territory's population at 77,000, substantially more than the 60,000 required for statehood.
A census in the summer of 1791 showed the territory's population to be 35,691.
A special session of the assembly on June 29, 1795, called for a census to be taken the following month to determine if the territory's population had reached the 60,000 threshold required for statehood.
After the territory's population of white males reached 5,000, the territory could form a legislative assembly (the power to summon the assembly rested with the governor).
and a final period, when the territory's population increased and its residents successfully petitioned Congress for statehood in 1816.
Instead of requiring the territory's population to reach 5,000 free adult males, the second phase could be initiated when the majority of territory's free landholders informed the territorial governor that they wanted to do so. In 1810 the requirement for voters to be landholders was replaced with a law granting voting rights to all free adult males who paid county or territorial taxes and had resided in the territory for at least a year.