The slovak revolt of 1848–1849 was both more and less of a success than the Czech. The Slovaks’ aim was low—limited provincial autonomy—and so their failure was less of a blow. In one important respect, population growth, the development of Slovakia after 1848–1849 was remarkably similar to that of the Czech Lands, and yet significantly different. There also appears to have been much more local movement from Slovakia to Budapest than from the Czech Lands to Vienna. Even so, the population growth-rate in Slovakia was short of that in the Czech Lands. A difference between Slovakia and the Czech Lands was in the extent and rate of urban growth. The earliest figure available for Slovakia shows the proportion there as 19 percent in 1869; and the rise by 1910 was to no more than 23 percent.