According to the [http://www.ukrcensus.gov.ua/eng/ 2001 Ukrainian census], the majority of the city's population are [[Ukrainians]]. The rest are [[Russians]] (28%), [[Bulgarians]] (4%) and [[Romanians]] (2%).
== Demographics ==
As of 1920, the population was estimated at 35,000. 8,000 were [[Romanian people|Romanian]], 8,000 were [[Jewish people|Jewish]], and 5,000 were [[German people|German]]. Additional populations included Turks, [[Greek people|Greeks]], [[Bulgarian people|Bulgarians]] and [[Russian people|Russians]].ref== Government ==
Serving as the [[administrative center]] of the [[Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi Raion]] ([[Raion|district]]), Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi itself is a [[...|city of oblast subordinance]], thus being subject directly to the oblast authorities rather to the raion administration housed in the city itself. The city also administers two towns [[Serhiyivka]] and .
== People from Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi ==
* [[Elena Cernei]], Romanian opera singer
* [[Nicolae Văcăroiu]], former [[Prime Minister of Romania]] and the former [[President of Romania]] (interim)
* [[Porfiriy Stamatov]] (1840–1925), Minister of Justice of [[Bulgaria]] (1881)