Statistics Poland’s Day

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Every year on March 9, we celebrate the Day of Polish Statistics, established by the Committee of Statistics and Econometrics of the Polish Academy of Sciences. This date commemorates the session of the Four-Year Sejm of 1789, during which it was decided to conduct the first general census on the territory of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

In the reborn Poland, censuses were conducted in 1921 and 1931. In the post-war period, censuses of population and housing were carried out in 1950, 1960, 1970, 1978, 1988, 2002, 2011 and 2021. In 1946, a summary census was conducted. 

You can read more about the history of the Censuses:

Statistics Poland is an institution conducting social and economic statistical research focused on the search for new methodological solutions and modernizing technical facilities. We provide You with up-to-date data, taking care of their reliability and the highest quality. We see changes in the world around us and change with it - we observe the socio-economic situation, analyze data ecosystems that we all use as consumers.

We improve our skills and develop experimental statistics. We work, among others on the implementation of solutions using artificial intelligence. We fokus our activities on satisfying the information needs of users of statistical data and modernizes the databases available to each user.

We encourage you to read the prepared infographics: