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Number of Residents in Modiin Maccabim Reut - The City in Numbers Yom Ha'Atzmaut 2018
On Israel's 70th Independence Day, there are 93,566 residents in Modiin Maccabim Reut, compared to 92,220 residents (an increase of 1,346 people) on the previous Independence Day - according to the municipality's population registry (accurate as of 16/4/2018).
The data shows that the number of men and women in the city is almost equal, with 46,926 women and 46,640 men.
The breakdown of the population between ages once again shows how young Modiin Maccabim Reut is:
- Ages 0-21 - 39,847
- Ages 22-40 - 19,143
- Ages 40-60: 25,170
- Ages 60+: 9,406 (compared to 8,775 last year, an increase of 8%).
Overall, 20,738 of the city residents were born in Modiin since 1996 (including Maccabim & Reut) and they make 22% of the city's population!
500 of the city's residents where born in the year Israel was created, and will be celebrating their 70th birthday this year.
There are 2 residents who are 102 years old, 2 who are 101, and 2 who are 100.
At the other end of the age scale, 270 babies were born in the city since January 2018.
The neighborhoods who had the most babies in this period:
- HaKramim - 42
- Avnei Chen / Keizer - 31
- Meso'a - 25
- HaMeginim - 25
- Avnei Chen - 11,372
- Masu'ah - 9,949
- Nechalim - 9,890
- Kramim - 9,608
- Meginim - 8,537
- Prachim - 8,208
In addition, there are 9,148 residents in Reut and Maccabim.
- Jerusalem - 132
- Tel Aviv - 66
- Ramle-Lod - 40
- Lapid - 20
Plus 10 from the south: Eilat, Arad and Be'er-Sheva, and one from Rosh-Pinah in the north, the first to move to Modiin.
During the last 14 years, from January 2003 to December 2017, 3,733 olim have settled directly in Modiin (4% of the city's residents), out of which 260 arrived in 2017.
The leading countries:
- USA - 1,528 olim (almost 50%)
- Former USSR - 391
- France - 378
Overall, the city's Olim came from about 50 different countries, including: Costa Rica, The Philippines, China, Ivory Coast and Iceland.