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The Chinese population has shrunk to half of its peak share from 1957 when it was 45% of Malaya, although in absolute numbers they have multiplied more than threefold.The exact numbers are unknown: there are a million legal foreign workers and perhaps another million unauthorised foreigners.
Sabah based NGOs estimate that out of the 3 million population, 2 million are illegal immigrants.CBR = crude birth rate (per 1000); CDR = crude death rate (per 1000); NC = natural change (per 1000); TFR = total fertility rate (number of children per woman); IMR = infant mortality rate per 1000 births Malaysia's population comprises many ethnic groups.People of Austronesian origin make up the majority of the population, and are known as the Bumiputras. Malays, as Bumiputra, see Malaysia as their land, and since race riots in 1969 Bumiputra have been especially privileged in Malaysia.However, since then racial stability has prevailed, if not full harmony. Bumiputras are divided into Muslim Malays proper, who make up the majority of the Malaysian population at 50.4%; and other bumiputra, who make up 11% of the Malaysian population, and most of whom belong to various Austronesian Malay ethnic groups related to the Muslim Malays.Additionally, according to the World Refugee Survey 2008, published by the US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI), Malaysia hosts a population of refugees and asylum seekers numbering approximately 155,700.Of this population, approximately 70,500 refugees and asylum seekers are from the Philippines, 69,700 from Burma, and 21,800 from Indonesia.
The USCRI named Malaysia as one of the ten worst places for refugees on account of the country's discriminatory practices toward them.
Malaysian officials are reported to have turned deportees directly over to human smugglers in 2007, and Malaysia employs RELA, a volunteer militia, to enforce its immigration law.
The Malaysian population continues to grow at a rate of 2.4% per annum.
According to latest 2010 census, among the three largest Malaysian groups Malays and Bumiputera fertility rates are at 2.8 children per woman, Chinese 1.8 children per woman, and Indians 2.0 children per woman.
Malay fertility rates are 40% higher than Malaysian Indians and 56% higher than Malaysian Chinese.
In 2010, the Malays and Bumiputeras were 60.3%, Chinese 24.6%, and the Indians 7.1% of the total population.