The 2001 Census indicates a 3 per cent reduction in the number of Park residents between 1991  (26,267) and 2001 (25,482). The Park population is now comparable with that of the 1970s.
The diagram below shows the number of people within different age groups in the Park population. This information is displayed as a population pyramid.
Since 1991 the percentage population in the age group 20 - 29 has decreased in the Park from 12% to the present figure of 8.9%. This is considerably lower than the figure for Wales of 11.5%. There has also been a significant increase in the percentage population in the age group 50 - 59, increasing from 12.5% in 1991 to 16% in 2001.
|Aged 0 - 9||10.8||12.2|
|Aged 10 - 19||11.0||13.2|
|Aged 20 - 29||8.9||11.5|
|Aged 30 - 39||12.0||14.1|
|Aged 40 - 49||13.0||13.1|
|Aged 50 - 59||16.0||13.3|
|Aged 60 - 69||13.0||10.1|
|Aged 70 - 79||9.5||8.1|
|Aged 80 - 89||4.6||6.5|
|Aged 90 +||1.0||0.7|
 The 1991 census results for the Snowdonia National Park area have been estimated by the National Park Authority and should therefore only be taken as indicative.
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Source: National Statistics website: www.statistics.gov.uk