...As of June 30, the settlements had 304,569 residents, an increase of 2.3 percent since January.
Most of the growth was in the most religious communities, including the ultra-Orthodox settlements. Modi'in Ilit gained 1,879 residents, a 4.5 percent increase. Beitar Ilit gained 1,074 residents, a 3.1 percent jump. [see the NYTimes report]
Excluding these two communities, the growth rate in the other Jewish settlements was 1.75 percent.
Generally, growth rates are higher in the second half of the year, because many families move over the summer. [and since the summer is over for another month, high growth will continue]
Among local councils, Har Adar (near Jerusalem) saw 5.7 percent growth, and Alfei Menashe (near the Sharon region, north of Tel Aviv) reported a 2.7 percent increase. [those two are secular though] Kedumim recorded 2.1 percent; Emanuel, 1.2 percent; and Kiryat Arba, 0.9 percent.
...The report also noted a 4.4 percent increase - 425 people - in settlers living outside municipal areas.
However, these figures do not include all of the residents of unauthorized outposts, as some are regarded as residents of adjoining settlements. The highest growth rates by percentage were in small settlements such as Itamar, Elon Moreh and Kfar Tapuah.
This graph has no input from the Yesha Council or any of the local/regional councils: