In 2009, the total population was 70,382, of which 34,910 were females.
In 2009, there were 103.7 males per 100 females, reflecting a balanced gender ratio in the country.
The population below 14 created 29.5% of the total population. In 2009, 15.1% women, and 11.7% men were aged above 60.
Average life expectancy rate
Theaverage life expectancy in 2010 was estimated to be 75.6 years. The average life expectancy of males was estimated to be 72.6 years, while females were expected to live to about 78.6.
Migration and urbanisation
International migrant stock till mid 2010 was recorded at 0.8 thousand people making up 0.3% of the population.
The latest figures reveal that the urban population in the country grew at an annual rate of 0.2%. For the same period, the rural population declined at a slower rate of 1.7% per year.
The various ethnic groups in the country include people of African, European, Syrian and Carib Amerindians descent. The various religions in the country include Roman Catholics, Protestant Islams, Jehovah's Witnesses, Nazarenes, Baha'is, Rastafarians, Anglicans, people of the Church of Christs, and Brethren Christians.
Human development index
The country is not included in the Human Development Index 2010 conducted by the United Nations.