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The current metro area population of Swansea in 2021 is 313,000, a 0.64% increase from 2020. The metro area population of Swansea in 2020 was 311,000, a 0.32% increase from 2019.What is the ethnic makeup of Swansea?
Ethnicity: Swansea had a minority ethnic group (non-White) population of around 14,300 in 2011 - 6.0% of the total population. 12 . Country of birth: In 2011, 78% of Swansea's population were born in Wales, with 17,200 (7.2%) residents born outside the UK.What is the land area of Swansea?
Swansea is the second largest city in Wales and the regional commercial centre for South West Wales. Land area: 379.7 sq. kilometres - approximately 69.5% rural and 30.5% urban.What is the average household size in Swansea?
Households: 108,200 households live in Swansea (mid-2017), increasing by 8,500 (+8.5%) over the previous ten years, with a current average household size of 2.23 people (Wales 2.28).