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Stockholm County (Swedish: Stockholms län ) is a county or län (in Swedish) on the Baltic Sea coast of Sweden. It borders Uppsala County and Södermanland County. It also borders Mälaren and the Baltic Sea. The city of Stockholm is the capital of Sweden. Stockholm County is divided by the historic provinces of Uppland (Roslagen) and Södermanland (Södertörn). More than one fifth of the Swedish population lives in the county. Stockholm County is also one of the statistical riksområden (national areas) according to NUTS:SE, Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics within the EU. With more than two million inhabitants, Stockholm is the most densely populated county of Sweden.

Stockholm County

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For further information on history, geography and culture, see Uppland, Södermanland, Roslagen, Södertörn, and Metropolitan Stockholm.

Stockholm County was established in 1714. The City of Stockholm then constituted its own administrative entity under the Governor of Stockholm and was not part of Stockholm County. Though outside Stockholm County, the City of Stockholm was its seat.

On 1 January 1968, Stockholm County was united with the City of Stockholm. At the same time, the borders were redrawn in other directions too; Upplands-Bro Municipality was transferred from Uppsala County and a large part of the modern day Östhammar Municipality was transferred to Uppsala County.

The Gross domestic product (GDP) of the region was 145.6 billion € in 2018, accounting for 30.9% of Swedish economic output. GDP per capita adjusted for purchasing power was 49,500 € or 164% of the EU27 average in the same year. The GDP per employee was 132% of the EU average.

Arms granted in 1968. The arms for the County of Stockholm is a combination of the arms of Uppland, Södermanland and the City of Stockholm. When it is shown with a royal crown it represents the County Administrative Board.

Riksdag

The table details all Riksdag elections held in Stockholm County since the unicameral era began in 1970. Stockholm and the wider county have separate parliamentary constituencies. The latter is named after the county as a whole.

Year Votes V S MP C L KD M SD NyD Left Right
1970 885,010 6.5 42.4 12.6 20.4 1.1 16.0 48.9 49.1
1973 921,509 8.0 38.9 18.5 10.8 1.0 21.8 46.9 51.2
1976 966,277 7.5 37.7 16.4 13.4 0.7 23.5 45.2 53.3
1979 963,497 8.7 37.8 11.2 11.9 0.8 28.7 46.6 51.8
1982 989,138 8.2 39.7 2.2 8.9 5.9 1.0 33.8 47.9 48.5
1985 1,012,325 7.5 38.2 1.7 4.8 16.6 30.5 45.7 51.9
1988 988,575 8.1 34.6 6.4 5.4 15.3 1.8 27.5 49.1 48.3
1991 1,012,456 5.4 29.9 4.5 3.7 11.7 5.0 31.5 7.6 35.3 52.0
1994 1,033,430 6.7 36.4 5.4 3.8 9.7 3.3 32.4 1.3 48.5 49.1
1998 1,026,227 10.8 29.2 4.9 2.2 6.6 10.8 33.8 44.9 52.7
2002 1,075,192 8.6 32.6 5.7 2.3 18.9 7.9 21.8 1.0 46.9 50.9
2006 1,139,679 5.9 24.9 7.1 5.5 9.5 6.0 37.0 1.8 37.9 57.9
2010 1,251,236 5.7 21.7 9.5 6.0 8.4 5.8 37.5 3.7 36.9 57.8
2014 1,341,760 6.0 23.0 9.2 5.0 7.4 4.9 30.5 8.4 38.2 47.8
2018 1,426,237 9.6 23.4 6.0 8.8 7.3 6.1 24.2 12.9 47.8 50.6

The county of Stockholm comprises 26 political municipalities (kommuner):

municipality pop. (2018) area/km2
Botkyrka 93,106 194
Danderyd 33,187 26
Ekerö 28,308 217
Haninge 89,989 458
Huddinge 111,722 131
Järfälla 78,480 54
Lidingö 47,818 31
Nacka 103,656 95
Norrtälje 61,769 2015
Nykvarn 10,923 153
Nynäshamn 28,290 359
Salem 16,786 54
Sigtuna 48,130 328
Sollentuna 72,528 53
Solna 80,950 19
Stockholm 962,154 187
Sundbyberg 50,564 9
Södertälje 97,381 525
Tyresö 48,004 69
Täby 71,397 61
Upplands-Bro 28,756 235
Upplands Väsby 45,543 75
Vallentuna 33,432 358
Vaxholm 12,023 58
Värmdö 44,397 448
Österåker 44,831 312

All 132 built-up places (tätorter) in the county are shown below. These refer to contiguous settlements and may straddle municipal (and occasionally county) boundaries.

Pos Locality Population
1 Stockholm 1,562,136
2 Upplands Väsby 143,582
3 Södertälje 72,704
4 Lidingö 43,318
5 Tumba 41,599
6 Åkersberga 33,944
7 Vallentuna 32,394
8 Märsta 28,445
9 Gustavsberg 22,513
10 Norrtälje 20,322
11 Västerhaninge 17,429
12 Nynäshamn 14,792
13 Ekerö 11,524
14 Jordbro 10,923
15 Kungsängen 10,801
16 Saltsjöbaden 9,521
17 Sigtuna 9,312
18 Bro 8,635
19 Fisksätra 8,255
20 Järna 6,219
21 Vaxholm 5,023
22 Hallstavik 4,645
23 Brunna 3,953
24 Ösmo 3,947
25 Stenhamra 3,624
26 Resarö 3,300
27 Sticklinge udde 3,050
28 Vårsta 2,502
29 Norra Riksten 2,472
30 Svinninge 2,384
31 Fågelvikshöjden 2,323
32 Kopparmora 2,313
33 Pershagen 2,201
34 Stavsnäs 1,871
35 Rosersberg 1,826
36 Dalarö 1,812
37 Djurö 1,441
38 Älmsta 1,361
39 Sorunda 1,292
40 Brunn 1,273
41 Steningehöjden [sv] 1,273
42 Långvik 1,231
43 Lindholmen 1,180
44 Rindö [sv] 1,154
45 Mölnbo 1,075
46 Älgö [sv] 968
47 Kil 979
48 Parksidan 974
49 Ekeby 970
50 Kullö 906
51 Viksäter 898
52 Ingaröstrand 805
53 Älvnäs 801
54 Vidja 771
55 Lugnet and Skälsmara 753
56 Segersäng 753
57 Stora Vika 741
58 Kungsberga 731
59 Hästängen [sv] 694
60 Håbo-Tibble kyrkby 664
61 Gladö Kvarn 660
62 Ölsta 656
63 Bammarboda 648
64 Löwenströmska Lasarettet 633
65 Nyhagen and Översättra [sv] 627
66 Älvsala [sv] 610
67 Ekerö Sommarstad 598
68 Bergshamra 597
69 Arninge [sv] 589
70 Gräddö [sv] 579
71 Rydbo 578
72 Edsbro 573
73 Grödby 558
74 Kallfors [sv] 558
75 Hästhagen 531
76 Väländan 529
77 Svanberga 525
78 Kårsta 512
79 Östra Kallfors 491
80 Spånlöt [sv] 482
81 Spillersboda 479
82 Ängsvik 460
83 Solberga 454
84 Täljö 439
85 Årsta Havsbad [sv] 437
86 Sandviken 421
87 Rånäs 420
88 Grisslehamn 415
89 Tranholmen 405
90 Tuna 403
91 Sundby 400
92 Vattubrinken 399
93 Herräng 398
94 Stava 383
95 Lidatorp and Klövsta 378
96 Sibble 367
97 Tynningö 365
98 Drottningholm 364
99 Nolsjö [sv] 361
100 Norra Lagnö 357
101 Söderby [sv] 357
102 Södersvik 351
103 Ekskogen Älgeby and Långsjötorp [sv] 343
104 Riala 342
105 Rättarboda 339
106 Sättra [sv] 327
107 Koviksudde and Skeviksstrand [sv] 316
108 Betsede [sv] 314
109 Oxnö and Svärdsö [sv] 302
110 Laggarsvik and Linanäs [sv] 301
111 Söderby 297
112 Ekskogen [sv] 291
113 Granby [sv] 290
114 Johannesudd 290
115 Skarpö [sv] 289
116 Nysättra [sv] 274
117 Baldersnäs [sv] 269
118 Finsta 269
119 Muskö 268
120 Norra Vindö [sv] 268
121 Söderby-Karl 265
122 Östorp and Ådran 265
123 Landfjärden 263
124 Nibble 252
125 Brottby 251
126 Stensättra Tomtområde [sv] 250
127 Blidö 242
128 Skebobruk 236
129 Lurudden 226
130 Northern Muskö 226
131 Hilleshög 222
132 Lurudden 226

Foreign background

SCB have collected statistics on backgrounds of residents since 2002. These tables consist of all who have two foreign-born parents or are born abroad themselves. The chart lists election years and the last year on record alone.

Location 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2010 2014 2018 2019
Botkyrka 47.0 47.7 48.2 48.9 49.7 53.2 56.4 59.3 61.6
Danderyd 15.2 15.4 15.6 16.0 15.7 16.6 18.0 20.3 20.5
Ekerö 10.3 10.3 10.5 10.5 11.2 11.9 13.4 16.4 17.2
Haninge 24.4 24.7 25.1 25.4 26.2 29.3 32.3 36.2 37.3
Huddinge 28.1 28.8 29.1 29.8 30.9 34.0 37.2 40.7 41.3
Järfälla 25.4 25.6 26.4 27.0 27.9 32.1 36.4 42.5 44.0
Lidingö 15.6 15.8 15.9 16.0 16.3 17.9 19.4 21.9 22.3
Nacka 21.2 21.2 21.3 21.3 21.6 22.7 23.7 25.9 25.9
Norrtälje 10.4 10.5 10.7 10.8 11.0 12.1 13.3 15.9 16.4
Nykvarn 15.2 15.1 15.2 14.9 15.0 15.1 16.0 17.5 17.9
Nynäshamn 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.2 13.7 16.3 18.8 22.5 23.4
Salem 17.8 18.0 18.2 18.4 18.8 20.8 23.9 28.7 29.7
Sigtuna 26.4 26.7 26.9 27.0 27.6 31.8 37.9 44.9 46.2
Sollentuna 21.3 21.7 22.2 22.4 23.0 25.9 29.3 33.5 34.7
Solna 26.0 26.2 26.7 27.4 27.8 31.8 35.0 39.5 40.4
Stockholm 25.1 25.4 25.8 26.2 27.0 29.2 31.1 33.4 33.8
Sundbyberg 25.2 26.3 27.2 28.2 29.7 34.4 37.9 41.8 42.9
Södertälje 34.8 35.5 36.1 36.8 38.3 44.0 49.6 54.3 55.6
Tyresö 17.9 18.0 18.0 18.2 18.1 19.3 20.2 22.5 23.0
Täby 16.2 16.5 16.6 16.7 17.0 18.2 19.9 22.8 23.3
Upplands-Bro 23.6 24.1 24.3 26.7 25.1 28.3 31.1 37.1 39.0
Upplands Väsby 27.1 27.6 28.0 28.5 28.8 31.4 35.0 40.8 42.5
Vallentuna 13.3 13.6 13.5 13.8 13.9 14.7 16.1 18.6 19.7
Vaxholm 10.8 10.9 10.9 10.6 10.8 11.5 12.7 13.9 13.9
Värmdö 13.8 13.6 13.5 13.2 13.0 14.2 15.2 17.5 17.8
Österåker 14.3 14.2 14.2 14.3 14.3 15.5 17.5 20.7 21.1
Total 24.0 24.3 24.6 25.0 25.6 28.2 30.7 33.8 34.5
Source: SCB

Prior to 1968 the County of Stockholm did not include the City of Stockholm. The City was instead under the Office of the Governor of Stockholm, and the County included the surrounding countryside. The County had its separate Governor of Stockholm County.

The main aim of the County Administrative Board is to fulfill the goals set in national politics by the Riksdag and the Government, to coordinate the interests of the county, to promote the development of the county, to establish regional goals and safeguard the due process of law in the handling of each case. The County Administrative Board is a Government Agency headed by a governor.

See List of Stockholm Governors.

County officials
Governor Sven-Erik Österberg 1 February 2018
Deputy Governor Bo Hansson 1 January 2002
Commissioner of Finance Catharina Elmsäter-Svärd 12 February 2008
Region police chief Mats Löfving
President of the County Council Inger Linge 7 November 2006

The local administration of the county is under Stockholm County Council (Stockholms läns landsting). Its main responsibilities are for the public healthcare system and public transport.

The county council has 149 members elected by proportional representation through elections held in conjunction with the general elections every four years. The county council itself elects the county's executive committee.

The president of the committee also holds the title Commissioner of Finance. The current[update] commissioner is Catharina Elmsäter-Svärd, of the Moderate Party. The members of the executive committee (landstingsstyrelsen) represent both the political majority and the opposition, with responsibility for implementing policies approved by the county council.

Elections

Stockholm County contains two multi-seat constituencies for county council elections. Stockholm Municipality makes up the first constituency while the second makes up the rest of the county.

Council elections 2002-2018

Year Moderate Party Christian Democrats Centre Party Liberals Green Party Social Democratic Party Left Party Sweden Democrats others
Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats
2002 259 597 23,8 37 75 928 6,9 11 24 161 2,2 0 180 043 16,5 26 50 469 4,6 7 374 690 34,3 54 100 306 9,2 14 8 508 0,6 0 16 464 1,7 0
2006 407 322 35,7 55 68 025 6,0 6 45 082 4,0 6 116 564 10,2 16 74 837 6,6 10 312 486 27,4 43 75 231 6,6 10 18 592 1,6 0 22 964 2,0 0
2010 460 871 36,7 57 59 273 4,7 7 47 956 3,8 6 116 858 9,3 15 121 660 9,7 15 321 268 25,6 39 77 578 6,2 10 35 496 2,8 0 13 884 1,1 0
2014 381 667 28,6 43 75 529 5,6 9 58 906 4,4 7 111 676 8,2 13 135 992 10,0 15 358 324 26,4 41 104 479 7,7 12 79 452 5,9 9 49 587 2,7 0
2018 321 783 22,3 34 111 877 7,7 12 115 78 8,0 12 115 746 8,0 12 81 404 5,6 7 379 008 26,2 40 152 784 10,6 16 140 773 9,7 15 25 627 1,8 0

Hospitals

The county council operates most of the hospitals in the county, some of the major facilities are:

Public transport

The county council is responsible for the public transport in Stockholm. The main organizers of the transportation system are two publicly owned companies. Storstockholms Lokaltrafik, SL, handles the bus, tram and train services while the boat traffic is handled by Waxholmsbolaget. The operation and maintenance of the public transport systems is delegated by the companies to several contractors.

The county is also responsible for paratransit services and Närtrafiken, a number of share taxi routes.

Culture and education

Besides the health and transportation services, the county council operates Stockholm County Museum, and two agricultural high schools at Berga and Säbyholm.

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Stockholm County Language Watch Edit This article is about the administrative county For the Riksdag constituency see Stockholm County Riksdag constituency This article needs additional citations for verification Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources Unsourced material may be challenged and removed Find sources Stockholm County news newspapers books scholar JSTOR June 2008 Learn how and when to remove this template message Stockholm County Swedish Stockholms lan ˈstɔ kː h ɔlms ˈlɛːn is a county or lan in Swedish on the Baltic Sea coast of Sweden It borders Uppsala County and Sodermanland County It also borders Malaren and the Baltic Sea The city of Stockholm is the capital of Sweden Stockholm County is divided by the historic provinces of Uppland Roslagen and Sodermanland Sodertorn More than one fifth of the Swedish population lives in the county Stockholm County is also one of the statistical riksomraden national areas according to NUTS SE Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics within the EU With more than two million inhabitants Stockholm is the most densely populated county of Sweden Stockholm County Stockholms lanSwedish countyFlagCoat of armsStockholm County in SwedenLocation map of Stockholm County in SwedenCoordinates 59 20 0 N 18 10 0 E 59 33333 N 18 16667 E 59 33333 18 16667 Coordinates 59 20 0 N 18 10 0 E 59 33333 N 18 16667 E 59 33333 18 16667CountrySwedenFormed1714CapitalStockholmMunicipalities26 BotkyrkaDanderydEkeroHaningeHuddingeJarfallaLidingoNackaNorrtaljeNykvarnNynashamnOsterakerSalemSigtunaSodertaljeSollentunaSolnaStockholmSundbybergTabyTyresoUpplands VasbyUpplands BroVallentunaVarmdoVaxholmGovernment GovernorSven Erik Osterberg S CouncilStockholm County CouncilArea Total6 519 3 km2 2 517 1 sq mi Population 31 December 2019 1 Total2 377 081 Density360 km2 940 sq mi DemonymsStockholmerStockholmiteTime zoneUTC 1 CET Summer DST UTC 2 CEST ISO 3166 codeSE ABNominal GDP 2016 2 US 170 billionNominal GDP per capita 2016 US 75 000 HDI 2018 0 962 3 very highNUTS RegionSE110Websitewww wbr lansstyrelsen wbr se Contents 1 History 2 Economy 3 Heraldry 3 1 Riksdag 4 Municipalities 5 Localities by population 2017 6 Demographics 6 1 Foreign background 7 County Administrative Board 8 County council 8 1 Elections 8 1 1 Council elections 2002 2018 8 2 Hospitals 8 3 Public transport 8 4 Culture and education 9 See also 10 References and notes 11 External linksHistory EditFor further information on history geography and culture see Uppland Sodermanland Roslagen Sodertorn and Metropolitan Stockholm Stockholm County was established in 1714 The City of Stockholm then constituted its own administrative entity under the Governor of Stockholm and was not part of Stockholm County Though outside Stockholm County the City of Stockholm was its seat On 1 January 1968 Stockholm County was united with the City of Stockholm At the same time the borders were redrawn in other directions too Upplands Bro Municipality was transferred from Uppsala County and a large part of the modern day Osthammar Municipality was transferred to Uppsala County Economy EditThe Gross domestic product GDP of the region was 145 6 billion in 2018 accounting for 30 9 of Swedish economic output GDP per capita adjusted for purchasing power was 49 500 or 164 of the EU27 average in the same year The GDP per employee was 132 of the EU average 4 Heraldry EditArms granted in 1968 The arms for the County of Stockholm is a combination of the arms of Uppland Sodermanland and the City of Stockholm When it is shown with a royal crown it represents the County Administrative Board Riksdag Edit The table details all Riksdag elections held in Stockholm County since the unicameral era began in 1970 Stockholm and the wider county have separate parliamentary constituencies The latter is named after the county as a whole Year Votes V S MP C L KD M SD NyD Left Right1970 5 885 010 6 5 42 4 12 6 20 4 1 1 16 0 48 9 49 11973 6 921 509 8 0 38 9 18 5 10 8 1 0 21 8 46 9 51 21976 7 966 277 7 5 37 7 16 4 13 4 0 7 23 5 45 2 53 31979 8 963 497 8 7 37 8 11 2 11 9 0 8 28 7 46 6 51 81982 9 989 138 8 2 39 7 2 2 8 9 5 9 1 0 33 8 47 9 48 51985 10 1 012 325 7 5 38 2 1 7 4 8 16 6 30 5 45 7 51 91988 11 988 575 8 1 34 6 6 4 5 4 15 3 1 8 27 5 49 1 48 31991 12 1 012 456 5 4 29 9 4 5 3 7 11 7 5 0 31 5 7 6 35 3 52 01994 13 1 033 430 6 7 36 4 5 4 3 8 9 7 3 3 32 4 1 3 48 5 49 11998 14 1 026 227 10 8 29 2 4 9 2 2 6 6 10 8 33 8 44 9 52 72002 15 1 075 192 8 6 32 6 5 7 2 3 18 9 7 9 21 8 1 0 46 9 50 92006 16 1 139 679 5 9 24 9 7 1 5 5 9 5 6 0 37 0 1 8 37 9 57 92010 17 1 251 236 5 7 21 7 9 5 6 0 8 4 5 8 37 5 3 7 36 9 57 82014 18 1 341 760 6 0 23 0 9 2 5 0 7 4 4 9 30 5 8 4 38 2 47 82018 19 1 426 237 9 6 23 4 6 0 8 8 7 3 6 1 24 2 12 9 47 8 50 6Municipalities Edit The county of Stockholm comprises 26 political municipalities kommuner municipality pop 2018 20 area km2 21 Botkyrka 93 106 194Danderyd 33 187 26Ekero 28 308 217Haninge 89 989 458Huddinge 111 722 131Jarfalla 78 480 54Lidingo 47 818 31Nacka 103 656 95Norrtalje 61 769 2015Nykvarn 10 923 153Nynashamn 28 290 359Salem 16 786 54Sigtuna 48 130 328Sollentuna 72 528 53Solna 80 950 19Stockholm 962 154 187Sundbyberg 50 564 9Sodertalje 97 381 525Tyreso 48 004 69Taby 71 397 61Upplands Bro 28 756 235Upplands Vasby 45 543 75Vallentuna 33 432 358Vaxholm 12 023 58Varmdo 44 397 448Osteraker 44 831 312Localities by population 2017 EditAll 132 built up places tatorter in the county are shown below 22 These refer to contiguous settlements and may straddle municipal and occasionally county boundaries Pos Locality Population1 Stockholm 1 562 1362 Upplands Vasby 143 5823 Sodertalje 72 7044 Lidingo 43 3185 Tumba 41 5996 Akersberga 33 9447 Vallentuna 32 3948 Marsta 28 4459 Gustavsberg 22 51310 Norrtalje 20 32211 Vasterhaninge 17 42912 Nynashamn 14 79213 Ekero 11 52414 Jordbro 10 92315 Kungsangen 10 80116 Saltsjobaden 9 52117 Sigtuna 9 31218 Bro 8 63519 Fisksatra 8 25520 Jarna 6 21921 Vaxholm 5 02322 Hallstavik 4 64523 Brunna 3 95324 Osmo 3 94725 Stenhamra 3 62426 Resaro 3 30027 Sticklinge udde 3 05028 Varsta 2 50229 Norra Riksten 2 47230 Svinninge 2 38431 Fagelvikshojden 2 32332 Kopparmora 2 31333 Pershagen 2 20134 Stavsnas 1 87135 Rosersberg 1 82636 Dalaro 1 81237 Djuro 1 44138 Almsta 1 36139 Sorunda 1 29240 Brunn 1 27341 Steningehojden sv 1 27342 Langvik 1 23143 Lindholmen 1 18044 Rindo sv 1 15445 Molnbo 1 07546 Algo sv 96847 Kil 97948 Parksidan 97449 Ekeby 97050 Kullo 90651 Viksater 89852 Ingarostrand 80553 Alvnas 80154 Vidja 77155 Lugnet and Skalsmara 75356 Segersang 75357 Stora Vika 74158 Kungsberga 73159 Hastangen sv 69460 Habo Tibble kyrkby 66461 Glado Kvarn 66062 Olsta 65663 Bammarboda 64864 Lowenstromska Lasarettet 63365 Nyhagen and Oversattra sv 62766 Alvsala sv 61067 Ekero Sommarstad 59868 Bergshamra 59769 Arninge sv 58970 Graddo sv 57971 Rydbo 57872 Edsbro 57373 Grodby 55874 Kallfors sv 55875 Hasthagen 53176 Valandan 52977 Svanberga 52578 Karsta 51279 Ostra Kallfors 49180 Spanlot sv 48281 Spillersboda 47982 Angsvik 46083 Solberga 45484 Taljo 43985 Arsta Havsbad sv 43786 Sandviken 42187 Ranas 42088 Grisslehamn 41589 Tranholmen 40590 Tuna 40391 Sundby 40092 Vattubrinken 39993 Herrang 39894 Stava 38395 Lidatorp and Klovsta 37896 Sibble 36797 Tynningo 36598 Drottningholm 36499 Nolsjo sv 361100 Norra Lagno 357101 Soderby sv 357102 Sodersvik 351103 Ekskogen Algeby and Langsjotorp sv 343104 Riala 342105 Rattarboda 339106 Sattra sv 327107 Koviksudde and Skeviksstrand sv 316108 Betsede sv 314109 Oxno and Svardso sv 302110 Laggarsvik and Linanas sv 301111 Soderby 297112 Ekskogen sv 291113 Granby sv 290114 Johannesudd 290115 Skarpo sv 289116 Nysattra sv 274117 Baldersnas sv 269118 Finsta 269119 Musko 268120 Norra Vindo sv 268121 Soderby Karl 265122 Ostorp and Adran 265123 Landfjarden 263124 Nibble 252125 Brottby 251126 Stensattra Tomtomrade sv 250127 Blido 242128 Skebobruk 236129 Lurudden 226130 Northern Musko 226131 Hilleshog 222132 Lurudden 226Demographics EditForeign background Edit SCB have collected statistics on backgrounds of residents since 2002 These tables consist of all who have two foreign born parents or are born abroad themselves 23 The chart lists election years and the last year on record alone Location 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2010 2014 2018 2019Botkyrka 47 0 47 7 48 2 48 9 49 7 53 2 56 4 59 3 61 6Danderyd 15 2 15 4 15 6 16 0 15 7 16 6 18 0 20 3 20 5Ekero 10 3 10 3 10 5 10 5 11 2 11 9 13 4 16 4 17 2Haninge 24 4 24 7 25 1 25 4 26 2 29 3 32 3 36 2 37 3Huddinge 28 1 28 8 29 1 29 8 30 9 34 0 37 2 40 7 41 3Jarfalla 25 4 25 6 26 4 27 0 27 9 32 1 36 4 42 5 44 0Lidingo 15 6 15 8 15 9 16 0 16 3 17 9 19 4 21 9 22 3Nacka 21 2 21 2 21 3 21 3 21 6 22 7 23 7 25 9 25 9Norrtalje 10 4 10 5 10 7 10 8 11 0 12 1 13 3 15 9 16 4Nykvarn 15 2 15 1 15 2 14 9 15 0 15 1 16 0 17 5 17 9Nynashamn 13 0 13 1 13 2 13 2 13 7 16 3 18 8 22 5 23 4Salem 17 8 18 0 18 2 18 4 18 8 20 8 23 9 28 7 29 7Sigtuna 26 4 26 7 26 9 27 0 27 6 31 8 37 9 44 9 46 2Sollentuna 21 3 21 7 22 2 22 4 23 0 25 9 29 3 33 5 34 7Solna 26 0 26 2 26 7 27 4 27 8 31 8 35 0 39 5 40 4Stockholm 25 1 25 4 25 8 26 2 27 0 29 2 31 1 33 4 33 8Sundbyberg 25 2 26 3 27 2 28 2 29 7 34 4 37 9 41 8 42 9Sodertalje 34 8 35 5 36 1 36 8 38 3 44 0 49 6 54 3 55 6Tyreso 17 9 18 0 18 0 18 2 18 1 19 3 20 2 22 5 23 0Taby 16 2 16 5 16 6 16 7 17 0 18 2 19 9 22 8 23 3Upplands Bro 23 6 24 1 24 3 26 7 25 1 28 3 31 1 37 1 39 0Upplands Vasby 27 1 27 6 28 0 28 5 28 8 31 4 35 0 40 8 42 5Vallentuna 13 3 13 6 13 5 13 8 13 9 14 7 16 1 18 6 19 7Vaxholm 10 8 10 9 10 9 10 6 10 8 11 5 12 7 13 9 13 9Varmdo 13 8 13 6 13 5 13 2 13 0 14 2 15 2 17 5 17 8Osteraker 14 3 14 2 14 2 14 3 14 3 15 5 17 5 20 7 21 1Total 24 0 24 3 24 6 25 0 25 6 28 2 30 7 33 8 34 5Source SCB 23 County Administrative Board EditPrior to 1968 the County of Stockholm did not include the City of Stockholm The City was instead under the Office of the Governor of Stockholm and the County included the surrounding countryside The County had its separate Governor of Stockholm County The main aim of the County Administrative Board is to fulfill the goals set in national politics by the Riksdag and the Government to coordinate the interests of the county to promote the development of the county to establish regional goals and safeguard the due process of law in the handling of each case The County Administrative Board is a Government Agency headed by a governor See List of Stockholm Governors County officialsGovernor Sven Erik Osterberg 1 February 2018Deputy Governor Bo Hansson 1 January 2002Commissioner of Finance Catharina Elmsater Svard 12 February 2008Region police chief Mats Lofving 24 President of the County Council Inger Linge 7 November 2006County council EditThe local administration of the county is under Stockholm County Council Stockholms lans landsting Its main responsibilities are for the public healthcare system and public transport The county council has 149 members elected by proportional representation through elections held in conjunction with the general elections every four years The county council itself elects the county s executive committee The president of the committee also holds the title Commissioner of Finance The current update commissioner is Catharina Elmsater Svard of the Moderate Party The members of the executive committee landstingsstyrelsen represent both the political majority and the opposition with responsibility for implementing policies approved by the county council Elections Edit Stockholm County contains two multi seat constituencies for county council elections Stockholm Municipality makes up the first constituency while the second makes up the rest of the county Council elections 2002 2018 Edit Year Moderate Party Christian Democrats Centre Party Liberals Green Party Social Democratic Party Left Party Sweden Democrats othersVotes Seats Votes Seats Votes Seats Votes Seats Votes Seats Votes Seats Votes Seats Votes Seats Votes Seats2002 259 597 23 8 37 75 928 6 9 11 24 161 2 2 0 180 043 16 5 26 50 469 4 6 7 374 690 34 3 54 100 306 9 2 14 8 508 0 6 0 16 464 1 7 02006 407 322 35 7 55 68 025 6 0 6 45 082 4 0 6 116 564 10 2 16 74 837 6 6 10 312 486 27 4 43 75 231 6 6 10 18 592 1 6 0 22 964 2 0 02010 460 871 36 7 57 59 273 4 7 7 47 956 3 8 6 116 858 9 3 15 121 660 9 7 15 321 268 25 6 39 77 578 6 2 10 35 496 2 8 0 13 884 1 1 02014 381 667 28 6 43 75 529 5 6 9 58 906 4 4 7 111 676 8 2 13 135 992 10 0 15 358 324 26 4 41 104 479 7 7 12 79 452 5 9 9 49 587 2 7 02018 321 783 22 3 34 111 877 7 7 12 115 78 8 0 12 115 746 8 0 12 81 404 5 6 7 379 008 26 2 40 152 784 10 6 16 140 773 9 7 15 25 627 1 8 0Hospitals Edit The county council operates most of the hospitals in the county some of the major facilities are Karolinska University Hospital The hospital contains two major facilities one in Solna and one in Huddinge since the merger with Huddinge University Hospital in 2004 Sodersjukhuset Danderyd Hospital Sodertalje Hospital Norrtalje Hospital S t Erik Ocular ClinicPublic transport Edit The county council is responsible for the public transport in Stockholm The main organizers of the transportation system are two publicly owned companies Storstockholms Lokaltrafik SL handles the bus tram and train services while the boat traffic is handled by Waxholmsbolaget The operation and maintenance of the public transport systems is delegated by the companies to several contractors The county is also responsible for paratransit services and Nartrafiken a number of share taxi routes Culture and education Edit Besides the health and transportation services the county council operates Stockholm County Museum and two agricultural high schools at Berga and Sabyholm See also EditStockholm National Area List of metropolitan areas in Sweden Largest metropolitan areas in the Nordic countries List of European regions by GDPReferences and notes Edit Folkmangd efter region civilstand alder kon och ar Statistics Sweden 31 December 2019 Retrieved 25 February 2020 http ec europa eu eurostat documents 2995521 8700651 1 28022018 BP EN 15f5fd90 ce8b 4927 9a3b 07dc255dc42a Sub national HDI Area Database Global Data Lab hdi globaldatalab org Retrieved 13 September 2018 Regional GDP per capita ranged from 30 to 263 of the EU average in 2018 Eurostat Riksdagsvalet 1970 PDF in Swedish SCB Retrieved 27 September 2021 Riksdagsvalet 1973 PDF in Swedish SCB Retrieved 14 September 2021 Riksdagsvalet 1976 PDF in Swedish SCB Retrieved 14 September 2021 Riksdagsvalet 1979 PDF in Swedish SCB Retrieved 14 September 2021 Riksdagsvalet 1982 PDF in Swedish SCB Retrieved 14 September 2021 Riksdagsvalet 1985 PDF in Swedish SCB Retrieved 14 September 2021 Riksdagsvalet 1988 PDF in Swedish SCB Retrieved 14 September 2021 Riksdagsvalet 1991 PDF in Swedish SCB Retrieved 14 September 2021 Riksdagsvalet 1994 PDF in Swedish SCB Retrieved 14 September 2021 Riksdagsvalet 1998 PDF in Swedish SCB Retrieved 14 September 2021 Valresultat Riksdag 2002 in Swedish Valmyndigheten Retrieved 14 September 2021 Allmanna val 17 september 2006 in Swedish Valmyndigheten Retrieved 14 September 2021 Roster Val 2010 in Swedish Valmyndigheten Retrieved 14 September 2021 Roster Val 2014 in Swedish Valmyndigheten Retrieved 14 September 2021 Roster Val 2018 in Swedish Valmyndigheten Retrieved 14 September 2021 Kommuner i siffror Statistiska centralbyran Retrieved 12 January 2017 Land and water area 1 January by region and type of area Year 2012 2015 Statistikdatabasen Retrieved 19 April 2015 Localities 2015 population 2010 2017 area overlap holiday home areas coordinates XLSX Statistics Sweden 28 March 2018 Retrieved 11 August 2018 a b PxWeb valj variabler och varden in Swedish SCB Retrieved 11 August 2020 Mats Lofving ny Regionpolischef at aftonbladet se 1 October 2020 accessed 6 October 2020 in Swedish External links EditWikimedia Commons has media related to Stockholm County Wikivoyage has a travel guide for Stockholm County Stockholm County 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