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Figure 1: Average estimates of Roma population in selected Member States (2012) In absolute figures (top graph) and as percentage of total population (lower graph)

Figure 1: Average estimates of Roma population in selected Member States (2012) In absolute figures (top graph) and as percentage of total population (lower graph)

Figure 1: Average estimates of Roma population in selected Member States (2012)
In absolute figures (top graph) and as percentage of total population (lower graph)

Around 6 million Roma, or about half of the estimated Roma population in Europe, live in the
European Union. Bulgaria, Slovakia, Romania and Hungary are the Member States with the highest
percentages of Roma within their populations. International Roma Day, which falls on 8 April,
provides an opportunity to discuss the situation of Roma, the largest ethnic minority in Europe.

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