The total population in 2009 was recorded at 87,600. In 2007, the total population was registered at 85,903, of which about 53.04% were females.
(Source: National Statistics, World Bank)
In 2009, there were 88.6 males per 100 females in the country indicating an imbalanced gender ratio.
In 2009, the population aged below 14 years was recorded at 28.3%. The male population aged above 60 years was 8.8% and females were 9.8%.
In 2007, the crude birth rate was registered at 14.44 and the crude death rate was recorded at 5.87. The infant mortality rate was recorded at 21.77 in the year 2007.
The life expectancy at birth for males was 71.78 years and for females it was 80.65 years.
(Source: National Statistics)
International migrant stock till mid 2010 was recorded at 20,900 individuals, comprising 23.6% of the total population.
In the period 2005 to 2010, the average annual growth rate of urban and rural population was 0.9% and 1.3% respectively. In 2007, the urban population comprised 30.5% of the total population.
The various ethnic groups in the country include African, British, Portuguese and Levantine Arab origin. The various religions in the country include Anglican, Protestant and Roman Catholic.