The total population of Finland on 1 January 2016 stood at 5,487,300. Its population grew by 15,600 in 2015, of which 12,600 was due to inward migration.
As of 1 January 2016, the core Jewish population of Finland was estimated to be 1,300 (0.02 % of the wider population), and the enlarged Jewish population was estimated at 1,900 (0.03% of the wider population).
An estimated 2200 Finns qualify for Israeli citizenship under the Law of Return.
The Jewish community is concentrated in Helsinki, with a smaller community in Turku.