List of Ukrainian oblasts and territories by population

This is a list of all Ukrainian oblasts and territories, in order of descending population (in 2012).[1] Note that since the War in Donbass started in the spring of 2014 1.5 million people from Donetsk Oblast and Luhansk Oblast have either fled to Russia or to other parts of Ukraine.[2][3] Since March 2014 Crimea has been disputed between Russia and Ukraine, with Russia signing a treaty of accession on 18 March 2014 with the self-declared independent Republic of Crimea, absorbing it into the Russian Federation, though this is not recognised by Ukraine or most of the international community.[4]

Population as of November 1st 2015

RankingPrefecturePopulationUrban populationRural population
1Donetsk Oblast4,387,7023,973,317414,385
2Dnipropetrovsk Oblast[5]3,258,7052,724,872533,833
3Kiev (Municipality)[6]2,900,9202,900,920-N/A-
4Kharkiv Oblast[7]2,720,3422,193,027527,315
5Lviv Oblast[8]2,535,4761,545,628989,848
6Odessa Oblast[9]2,387,2821,592,602794,680
7Luhansk Oblast2,263,6761,963,808299,868
8Crimea (Autonomous Republic) !1,963,7701,231,648732,122
9Zaporizhia Oblast[10]1,755,6631,355,126400,537
10Kiev Oblast[11]1,731,6731,077,600654,073
11Vinnytsia Oblast[12]1,604,270813,906790,364
12Poltava Oblast[13]1,440,684892,177548,507
13Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast[14]1,382,721603,858778,863
14Khmelnytskyi Oblast[15]1,296,103729,963566,140
15Zakarpattia Oblast[16]1,259,497466,985792,512
16Zhytomyr Oblast[17]1,249,225734,462514,763
17Cherkasy Oblast[18]1,246,166707,539538,627
18Rivne Oblast[19]1,162,049553,247608,802
19Mykolaiv Oblast[20]1,159,634791,227368,407
20Sumy Oblast[21]1,115,051764,436350,615
21Ternopil Oblast[22]1,066,523475,443591,080
22Kherson Oblast[23]1,063,803651,241412,562
23Chernihiv Oblast[24]1,047,023676,001371,022
24Volyn Oblast[25]1,042,855545,568497,287
25Kirovohrad Oblast[26]974,724612,237362,487
26Chernivtsi Oblast[27]910,001391,491518,510
27Sevastopol (Municipality) !381,685358,02923,656
= Due to war and/or occupation statistical information cannot be gather and therefore is outdated.

References

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  2. Donetsk, Luhansk: The 'People's Republics' one year on, Deutsche Welle (11 May 2015)
  3. Between War and Peace - Life Near the Front in Eastern Ukraine (between minutes 23 and 24 into the documentary), Deutsche Welle (18 May 2015)
  4. Alec Luhn (18 March 2014). "Red Square rally hails Vladimir Putin after Crimea accession". The Guardian. Moscow. Retrieved 24 December 2014.
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