The Slovak Republic is a country of 5,4 million people. In addition to Slovak nationals, a wide range of minority groups live in the country. The largest groups are Hungarians (8.5%) and the Roma minority. The official number of Roma in the last census (2011) was 105,738 (2%). However, the Atlas of Roma Communities 2013 reveals there are more than 400,000 Roma living in Slovakia, making up 7,45 % of the whole population. The other minority groups include Czechs, Ukrainians, Croatians, Germans, Poles, Bulgarians, Moravians and Jews.