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First census results launched

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The first results from the 2021 census reveal that the population of Powys increased by 0.2%

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The population of Powys now stands at 133,200 according to the 2021 census. Powys now also has the highest population in Wales of persons over 65 with 27.8% of all Powys residents above 65.


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