The number of people from Salamanca living abroad has increased by 2.4% in the last four years. If there were 34,334 in 2019, the population abroad rose on January 1 to 35,196 — more than half live in America, according to data published by the National Institute of Statistics last week. 862 are more than four years old.
The largest increase in expatriates was reported in Argentina. which historically was the country with the most voters in Salamanca in the CERA (Electoral Census of Absent Residents). There were many who migrated during that decade and many of their descendants wanted their status attached to the Spanish in this province. There are 19,589 people from Salamanca residing in the region of South America, which is an increase of 463 (2.4%) compared to 2019. Although it is true that not all of them have passed the right to vote in the general elections. the legal age to exercise the right to vote.
There has also been an increase in the population of Charro origin in the United States. Compared to the 1,282 that INE counted in the 2019 table, it rose to 1,487, 16% more. In terms of percentages, the increase is higher than that recorded in Britain, where, with 971 people in the census, there has been an increase of 20% in four years. Although less, in this law charra’s presence has grown in Cuba, Germany, Brazil, Switzerland, Italy, Belgium, Portugal, Ireland, and other countries.
On the other hand, Gaul, one of the countries that has the most influence on CERA in Salmantica, is beginning to lose it. When the former are municipal, the charros who live in the French region are reduced to 1%. There are 81 less, with which there are now 8,199 published in the Spanish database. But, even higher than the decrease that has been described in the French territory, is the decrease of salmantines in the three American countries, from which a greater number of immigrants have arrived in recent months: Venezuela, Colombia and Peru. The presence of charras in them was reduced to 17.9%, 26% and 8.7%, respectively. It is also decreasing, according to data published by the INE, in Mexico, the United Arab Emirates, China, the Philippines, Nicaragua and Thailand, among others.