According to thesciencetutor, Andorra has had an incredibly rapid population increase since the Second World War and the population has multiplied. This has mainly been due to extensive immigration. According to Countryaah data, only 36 percent of residents are Andorran citizens, while 37 percent are Spaniards, 13 percent Portuguese and 7 percent French. About 85 percent of the population lives in urban areas, mainly in and around the capital Andorra la Vella (19,800 residents, 2019) and Les Escaldes (15,000).
The official language and mother tongue of the indigenous population is Catalan. The most common languages among the numerous immigrants are Spanish, French and Portuguese.
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