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GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

Ministry of Planning and Sustainable Development


Central Statistical Office

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO


2011 POPULATION
AND HOUSING CENSUS

DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

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Preface
The 2011 Census Demographic Report is the first volume of a series to be published, giving
the results of the 2011 Population and Housing Census, which was conducted by the Central
Statistical Office of Trinidad and Tobago (CSOTT) during the period 9th January -31st May 2011.
Trinidad and Tobago has maintained an unbroken tradition of conducting decennial Censuses
dating back to 1851. The census was originally scheduled for 16th May - 30th June 2010, but was
postponed when Parliament was prorogued before the Census Order the legal authority for the
conduct of the Census was passed.
The 2011 Population and Housing Census was conducted as part of the CARICOM Secretariats
regionally co-ordinated approach to census taking for the 2010 Round of Population and Housing
Censuses. The Central Statistical Office of Trinidad and Tobago has actively participated
as a member of the Regional Census Co-ordinating Committee (RCCC) of CARICOM, in the
formulation of the regional strategy to promote the use of uniform concepts and definitions and a
common core of questions for the purpose of producing comparable, high-quality data, which can
be useful for monitoring social and demographic developments across the region.
A census is the largest, most demanding data gathering exercise that a National Statistical
Organization will ever undertake. The 2011 Population and Housing Census confronted many
challenges throughout all stages of its implementation and successfully overcame them all, to
realize the high quality, information-rich product that is the 2011 Census Demographic Report
Volume 1.
The difficulties in enumerating crime hotspots and gated communities distributed throughout
Trinidad and Tobago, led to the extension of the field enumeration exercise. However, this
challenge also fostered the creativity and tenacity of the Field Data Collection Team and allowed
the 2011 census to achieve 89% response rate.
To facilitate an accurate and comprehensive enumeration exercise, Trinidad and Tobago was
sub-divided into 2824 Enumeration Districts, each of which represents an enumerators workload
of approximately 150 200 households. To manage the data collection exercise, the fourteen
municipalities in Trinidad and the island of Tobago were combined into eight (8) Zones managed by
eight Zone Co-ordinators. The Zone Co-ordinators were supported by Technical Area Supervisors

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each of whom managed 5-6 Supervisors, who in turn supervised the work of 5-6 Enumerators.
Field Editors were also used to improve data quality during the data collection phase.
This time around, the CSO employed Scanning Technology using Cardiff Teleform Application
Software, instead of the method of direct data entry, which was used in the 2000 Census. The
CSO acquired expertise in the use of scanning technology through its collaboration with the FAO
for the 2004 Agriculture Census. The Data processing of the 450 000 questionnaires collected
was undertaken by a Data Processing team consisting of an Information Technology Specialist,
Database Administrator, Network Specialist, Network Technician, Scanning Supervisors, Verifier
Supervisors, Scanning Operators Data Verifiers and Data-entry Staff.
The 2011 Population and Housing Census Demographic Report provides a total count of the
population of Trinidad and Tobago as at 12:00 am on January 9th, 2011 (Census Moment). Two
population totals are referenced in the Report. The first count is the De Facto Count of the
Population of Trinidad and Tobago, which is a stock taking of all persons present in the country
at the Census Moment, whether they usually reside in Trinidad and Tobago or were visitors found
staying in Hotels and Rooming Establishments and on board Ships-in-harbour. The De Facto
population total excludes persons who usually reside in Trinidad and Tobago but were out of the
country at the census moment and were expected to return within six months. The second count
is known as the De Jure Count of the Population of Trinidad and Tobago. This total refers to
persons whose usual residence is Trinidad and Tobago. It excludes persons whose usual place
of residence is outside of Trinidad and Tobago ( Visitors staying in Hotels and Other Rooming
Establishments and on board Ships-in-harbour) who were present at the census moment. The De
Jure Count however includes in the total population, those persons who usually reside in Trinidad
and Tobago who were not present in the country during the reference period of the census but
who were expected to return within six months of the reference period. The tables presented in
the report are based on the De Jure Total Population, that is only persons whose usual place of
residence was Trinidad and Tobago.
The 2011Population and Housing Census Demographic Report has been produced in the record
time of eighteen months after completion of the data collection phase. This volume provides
an expanded range of 23 statistical tables covering demographic variables such as age, sex,
religion, ethnicity, education, internal migration, marital status, fertility, household size, household
composition and international migration. This should certainly be well appreciated by data users
and researchers. The Census Questionnaire included 61 questions organized under 13 sections.

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The Census Demographic Report covers information collated from the following sections:
Characteristics, Internal Migration, Education, Marital Status, Fertility, and International Migration.
Subsequent volumes in the series will report on the other sections such as Disability, Chronic
Illness, Health, Economic Activity, Information and Communication Technology and Housing.
This Report provides a wealth of information which can be utilized to inform evidence-based
decision making for both private and public data users, as well as to formulate policies which
would assist in improving the quality of life and standard of living for the people of Trinidad and
Tobago.

Dave Clement Carol Salim


Director of Statistics Census Administrator
Census Officer

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Contents
PREFACE
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

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KEY CONCEPTS AND DEFINITIONS

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EXPLANATORY NOTES

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SUMMARY OF MEASURES - TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

NATIONAL POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS

Population growth/size/trends

Age/sex composition

Sex ratio and excess/deficit

Indicators of Aging Populations

Ethnic composition

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Religious composition

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Educational attainment and qualification

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International migrants

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Intercensal Emigration 2000-2011

Foreign-Born Population

POPULATION DENSITY AND CONCENTRATION


Index of Concentration

Index of Dissimilarity (Age Structure)

Index of Population Re-distribution

Internal Migration

MARITAL STATUS

Proportion ever married

Singulate Mean Age at First Marriage (SMAM)

FERTILITY

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HOUSEHOLDS AND THEIR CHARACTERISTICS


Household Stock by Intercensal Growth

Household Size and Intercensal Change

HOUSEHOLD HEADSHIP

TABLES

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TOTAL POPULATION - NON INSTITUTIONAL, COLLECTIVE


LIVING AND STREET DWELLERS BY MUNICIPALITY 2011 (DE
FACTO)

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TOTAL POPULATION - NON-INSTITUTIONAL, COLLECTIVE


LIVING AND STREET DWELLERS BY MUNICIPALITY 2011 (DE
JURE)

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TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY

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2b

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX,


AGE GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY

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TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, SINGLE YEARS OF AGE AND


MUNICIPALITY

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NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND


MUNICIPALITY

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INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND


MUNICIPALITY

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POPULATION IN COLLECTIVE LIVING QUARTERS BY TYPE AND


SHIPS IN HABOUR, BY SEX AND MUNICIPALITY

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NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP,


ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY

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NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP,


RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY

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NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY ETHNIC GROUP AND


RELIGION, TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

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NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND


RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD

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DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY SEX , AGE GROUP OF


HEAD AND MUNICIPALITY

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DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY SIZE, AVERAGE


HOUSEHOLD SIZE AND MUNICIPALITY

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HOUSEHOLD SIZE BY CURRENT ACTIVITY STATUS OF HEAD


AND MUNICIPALITY

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DISTRIBUTION OF SINGLE PERSON HOUSEHOLDS BY SEX,


AGE GROUP OF OCCUPANT AND MUNICIPALITY

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NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION 14 YEARS OLD AND OVER


BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND MARITAL STATUS, TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

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FEMALE POPULATION 14 - 54 YEARS OLD, BY AGE GROUP AND


UNION STATUS, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

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NUMBER OF LIVE BORN CHILDREN EVER HAD FOR FEMALES


14 - 54 YEARS OLD BY AGE GROUP, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

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INTERNAL MIGRANTS BY SEX, USUAL PLACE OF RESIDENCE


AND PLACE OF RESIDENCE TEN YEARS AGO

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USUAL RESIDENTS BORN ABROAD BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND


COUNTRY OF BIRTH

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NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP,


EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND MUNICIPALITY

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NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP,


HIGHEST QUALIFICATION AND MUNICIPALITY

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PERSONS WHO EMIGRATED BY AGE GROUP, SEX, COUNTRY


OF DESTINATION AND MUNICIPALITY

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PERSONS WHO EMIGRATED BY AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL


ATTAINMENT AND COUNTRY OF DESTINATION

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CHARTS
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POPULATION PYRAMIDS 2011-1960

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TOTAL POPULATION BY MUNICIPALITY 2011 AND 2000

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TOTAL POPULATION BY AGE GROUP 2011 AND 2000

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TOTAL NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS BY MUNICIPALITY 2011 AND


2000

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ADMINISTRATIVE AREAS TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

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POPULATION DENSITY BY ADMINISTRATIVE AREAS, TRINIDAD


AND TOBAGO 2011

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POPULATION DISTRIBUTION BY ADMINISTRATIVE AREAS,


TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO 2011

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MAPS

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LIST OF APPENDICES
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TIME SERIES OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS 1964-2008

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FERTILITY RATES AND AGE SPECIFIC BIRTH RATES 2000-2008

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PARITY PROGRESSION RATES TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO 2011,


2000 AND 1990

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TIME SERIES OF TOTAL POPULATION 1851 - 2020

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ABRIDGED LIFE TABLE MALE: 2011

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ABRIDGED LIFE TABLE FEMALE: 2011

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Acknowledgements
The Central Statistical Office of Trinidad and Tobago, a Division of the Ministry of Planning and
Sustainable Development, wishes to extend deepest appreciation to the people of the Republic
of Trinidad and Tobago, for welcoming and receiving, into their homes, business establishments
and institutions, the Census field data collection team. Their assistance advice and protection
as they canvassed their Enumeration Districts, and their cooperation in taking valuable time to
respond to 61 questions over an average interview time of 45 minutes must be acknowledged.
The information shared will be used by the stakeholders in the National Statistics System to
inform about ourselves and enable a better understanding of the nations progress since the last
census taking in 2000.Thank You, Trinidad and Tobago.
The Statistics Act Chapter 19:02 of the revised laws of Trinidad and Tobago, authorizes the C.S.O.
to conduct any census or survey to inform on the socio-economic conditions of the people. The Act
appoints the Director of Statistics as the Census Officer. In order to plan and execute such a large
-scale project as a Population and Housing Census, the Census Officer and the Census Planning
and Management Team must seek the cooperation, collaboration, contribution and synergy of
large numbers of individuals and institutions from all walks of life. It is not possible to publicly
recognize in this space everyone who has contributed to the success of the 2011 Population and
Housing Census. We take the opportunity presented to recognize some, whose intervention and
effort were particularly timely and valuable to the realization of the objectives of this project.
The special contribution of Senator, Dr. The Honourable, Bhoendradatt Tewarie, Minister of
Planning and Sustainable Development and other Ministers of Government responsible for
National Statistics is acknowledged. Senator Dr. The Honourable Emily Dick Forde and Senator,
the Honourable Mary King were all involved at different stages of the project, and provided
oversight, maintained direct interest in achieving project milestones and ensured that the project
was always properly resourced.
The CSO gratefully acknowledges the invaluable contributions of the members of the Cabinet
Appointed Technical Advisory Committee who played a significant role in the design of the census
questionnaire and other instruments. The Committee comprised representatives of Ministries of
Government, Non-Governmental Organizations, The UN System in Trinidad and Tobago and the
Academic Community. These initiatives were also supported by the Internal Census Working

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Group of the CSO, which comprised experienced statisticians and other highly trained technical
staff.
We owe a debt of gratitude to our International and Regional Partners, who collaborated with us
through every step of the journey and provided timely support through their global network. The
UNFPA and UNECLAC contributed technical assistance in the form of national training workshops
facilitated by international and local consultants and expert consultancies, to evaluate, critique and
guide the CSO in the development of the census methodologies, and in the strategic planning.
We publicly recognize Ms. Leah Marie Richards, Ms. Tammy Yates, Ms. Nicole Darmanie and Ms.
Aurora Noguera Ramkissoon, Mr. Sylvan Roberts, Ms. Sinovia Moonie, Mr. Carlos Ellis and Mr.
Mario Hernandez.
We are truly appreciative of the support provided by the Regional Statistics Program of the
CARICOM Secretariat led by Dr. Philomen Harrison. Funding support for training workshops
directly related to various aspects of the census process resulted in harmonization of approaches
and methodologies and the sharing of knowledge and best practice through a process of SouthSouth cooperation.
Deserving of acknowledgement are the Chief Statisticians, Directors of Statistics and experienced
Statisticians of the CARICOM region who worked in a true spirit of collaboration to develop the
regional strategy for the harmonization and coordination of census taking for the 2010 Round of
Censuses.
A significant contribution was made by the Family Development and Childrens Research Centre
of the University of the West Indies St. Augustine. Mr. David Thomas of UWI FDCRC an expert
sampling statistician assisted in the design of the Post Enumeration Survey (PES) , the training
of staff and estimation of the census undercount. Also making a significant contribution was Dr.
Godfrey St. Bernard, of the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies (SALISES)
who provided expert advice throughout the project and guided staff in the Demographic Analysis
of Census results.
An extensive communications campaign planned and facilitated by GISL with concept and designs
from Collier Morrison and Belgrave Ltd helped to keep the census campaign in the forefront and
made the enumerators jobs that much easier. The talented story teller, Paul Keens Douglas in
his inimitable style communicated census messages to the community and became the voice of

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the census. We wish to acknowledge as well, all who took part in the census jingle and slogan
competition.
The Field Staff of the Census and Surveys Division of the CSO played a critical role in the
management of the data collection exercise and brought their wealth of experience to bear
in dealing with difficult respondents and helping the enumerators cope with the extension of
the project. The Geographic Information Systems section who updated and produced all the
Enumeration District maps in good time for the field enumeration deserve our acknowledgment.
Public Officers of several Ministries and Departments of Government accepted the challenge
to work on the field exercise and served in management, supervisory responsibilities as well as
serving as training facilitators.
Sincere thanks go out to The Principal of Talparo Government Primary School, The Principals of
the various Secondary Schools throughout Trinidad & Tobago for the provision of facilities for the
training of the census field enumeration team.
Sincere appreciation is also extended to the Chief Executive Officer of the Point Fortin Borough
Corporation, The Chief Executive Officer of the Penal Regional Corporation, The Permanent
Secretary in the Ministry of Sports & Youth Affairs, The Director of the Sports Company of Trinidad
& Tobago, The Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Community Development and The Director
of Culture in the Ministry of the Arts & Multiculturalism, The managers of the various Community
Centers throughout Trinidad & Tobago, The Sangre Grande Civic Centre, The Principal of the
University of Trinidad & Tobago Valsayn Campus, The Manager of El Reposo Sangre Grande,
The Permanent Secretary in Ministry of Food Production, Land and Marine Affairs, The Permanent
Secretary in Ministry of Works & Infrastructure all of whom assisted by providing Census Area
Offices which were the Regional operation command centres while the census data collection
exercise was in the field. The Chief Executive Officer of the Port of Spain City Corporation must
also be acknowledged for providing meeting space and for other assistance.
Special thanks is also extended to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for facilitating the enumeration
of Trinidad and Tobago diplomatic missions abroad and foreign diplomatic missions resident
in Trinidad and Tobago. The Ministry of National Security must be publicly recognised for the
tremendous support provided to the field staff in the enumeration of the crime hotspots. Special
acknowledgement is extended to Superintendant Lennard Gay (deceased), Inspector Jawahir,
Ag. Inspector Charles, Inspector Dann, Sargeants John, Lawrence, Manwaring and Nobbee.

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The CSO must publicly recognize the contribution of the Zone Coordinators Mr. Joel Holgar
Hackshaw, Zone 1(Diego Martin); Mr. Roger Jones, Zone 2 (San Juan/Laventille), Mr. Sterling
Chadee, Zone 3 (Tunapuna Piarco), Messrs. David Williams and Louis Gomez, Zone 4 (Arima/
Sangre Grande); Mr. Roger Jugmohan, Zone 5 (Mayaro Rio Claro/Princes Town); Mr. Adhar
Beepath, Zone 6 (San Fernando/ Penal Debe/ Siparia/ Point Fortin); Ms. Shirley Christian Maharaj,
Zone 7 (Couva/Tabquite/Talparo) and Mr. Otis Noel, Zone 8 (Tobago) and their teams of Technical
Area Supervisors, Field Supervisors, Field Enumerators and Field Editors who supported them.
The contribution of Mr. Clifford Lewis in Zone 3 and Ms. Marva Williams in Zone 1 during the preenumeration period is also recognised. These individuals worked tirelessly to see the exercise to
its completion. The names of close to 4000 persons are too numerous to mention here.
Undoubtedly however, the success of the 2011 Population and Housing Census was mainly due
to the assembly of the finest group of statistics professionals in Trinidad and Tobago, to undertake
the technical activities related to the planning, management processing analysis and reporting
of the census. These dedicated and committed persons have put their personal lives on hold
for several years and have remained ever focused on the goals of delivering an accurate and
objectively collected census product. They rode every project storm, and overcame all obstacles
to see the project through all its stages. Special acknowledgment is extended to Ms. Carol Salim,
Ms. Caron London, Ms. Cynthia La Fortune, Mr. Basook Mahadeo, Mr. Chester Dalrymple, Ms.
Petronella Simone Stewart, Mr. Jeffery Charles, Ms. Ingrid Diaram, Mr. Victor Pinder, Ms. DixieAnn De Souza, Mr. Aubrey Mendonca, Mr. Ian Rameshwar and Ms. Donna Berment and other
members of the Technical section for the contribution of their expertise.
Sincere thanks are extended to, Julianna Lawrence, Brent Marchan, Mohanee Sinanan-Mitchell,
Claire Phillips and Stephan Samuell of the Demographic Analysis Committee of the Central
Statistical Office for their contribution to the analysis of the census results.
The contribution of the Administration Section led by Mr. Leon Lucillio, is acknowledged. They
ensured that the support services, logistics and accounting arrangements were in place so that
the project milestones could be achieved within reasonable time. Special thanks are extended to
Ms. Esther Mc Ewen, and all the staff of the administration section who contributed in any way to
the completion of the census project.
The contribution of four persons were outstanding and must be publicly recognized. Ms. Carol
Salim, the Census Administrator, managed all the technical functions of the planning, conduct,

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processing, analysis and reporting of the census. Her many years of experience in censuses
and as a senior statistician at the CSO were critical to the successful completion of the project.
Messrs Basook Mahadeo and Chester Dalrymple who have worked on five censuses now, made
an invaluable contribution through their institutional memory and knowledge of census processes.
Special recognition is due to Ms. Dixie-Ann De Souza who managed the entire Data Processing
with limited IT support. She brought her tremendous technical expertise in developing scanning
applications and solutions to this project. This Census Demographic Report would definitely
not have been achieved without her contribution. Finally, Mr. Mike Stroot retired Programmer
of the US Census Bureau and external consultant to the project made a significant contribution
by developing the validation and error checking programs, cleaning the data, programming the
imputations and producing the final data tables.

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Key Concepts And Definitions


POPULATION AND HOUSING CENSUS
A Population and Housing Census can be described as a form of national stocktaking. It is a
complete count of the population and living quarters in a country at a given point in time Census
Day.
POPULATION CENSUS
A Population Census provides detailed benchmark data on the size of the population, age
structure, educational attainment, labour force and other socio-economic characteristics of all
persons in a country at a specified time.
HOUSING CENSUS
A Housing Census provides detailed benchmark data on the living quarters and household
amenities in a country at a specified time.
CENSUS DAY
Census Day was the 9th January, 2011. This is simply the reference date for the collection of all
data.
CENSUS MOMENT
Census Moment can be described as a well-defined reference point in time and is one of the
essential features of population and housing censuses. Each person and/or each set of living
quarters is enumerated as closely as possible in respect to census moment. The census moment
was 12:00am on the 9th January, 2011.
ENUMERATION DISTRICT (ED)
An Enumeration District (ED) is a defined geographical area comprising approximately one
hundred and fifty to two hundred (150 200) households. Some EDs may be less than 150
or greater than 200 households depending on terrain, remoteness, population density or other
special features. The country is divided into EDs to facilitate a precise and organized approach to
the collection of data for Surveys or Censuses.

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UNITS OF ENUMERATION
In the case of the population census, the primary unit of enumeration is the person. There are
two frameworks in which individuals are identified:
(a) Households and (b) Collective Living Quarters.
The household is the general framework in which most individuals are identified, since the majority
of the population live in households. The second framework comprises collective living quarters
which are intended for habitation by large groups of individuals or several households. Such
quarters can be (i) hotels, rooming houses and other lodging houses; (ii) Institutions like hospitals,
orphanages, prisons etc. (iii) camps which represent temporary accommodation for groups with
common interests or goals e.g. workers camps and (iv) other - which includes population on Ships
in Harbour.
In the case of the Housing Census, the household is one of three (3) units of enumeration,
the other two being living quarters (private dwelling units and collective living quarters) and
buildings.
TOTAL POPULATION
In the broadest sense, the total population may comprise either all usual residents of the country
or all persons present in the country at the time of the Census. The total of all usual residents is
generally referred to as the de jure population and the total of all persons present in Trinidad and
Tobago at the time of the census as the de facto population.
Various population groups are enumerated:
(i)

Persons living in private households (Non- Institutional Population)

(ii)

Persons living in non-private dwellings, group dwellings and institutions (Collective


Living Quarters)

(iii)

Persons with no fixed place of abode (Street Dwellers)

(iv)

Persons, including crew on ships in port at the time of the census

(v)

Foreign military, naval, diplomatic personnel and their respective families located in the
country at the time of the census

(vi)

Usual residents of Trinidad and Tobago on diplomatic postings, farm (labour) programmes
and students in foreign countries

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NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION
The non-institutional population comprises households found in private dwellings.
COLLECTIVE LIVING POPULATION
The collective living population ( see definition of Collective Living Quarters below ) comprises
persons found in :(i)

Hotels and Guest Houses

(ii)

Institutions such as hospitals, nursing homes, correctional and penal institutions, military
institutions, monasteries, convents, retirement homes, hostels, boarding schools, student
dormitories, orphanages.

(iii)

Workers Camps

(iv)

Ships in harbour

COLLECTIVE LIVING QUARTERS (NON PRIVATE DWELLINGS)


Collective living quarters include structurally separate and independent places of abode intended
for habitation by large groups of individuals or several households and are occupied at the time
of the census. Such quarters usually have certain common facilities such as cooking and toilet
installations, lounge rooms which are shared by the occupants.
They may be classified as follows:
(i)

Hotels, rooming houses and other lodging houses


Hotels are defined as permanent structures that provide lodging on a fee basis and which
cater for six (6) or more paying guests, boarders or lodgers. Hotels, motels, inns, boarding
houses and lodging houses and so forth fall within this category.

(ii) Institutions
Institutions are any set of premises in a permanent structure or structures designed to
house usually large groups of persons who are bound by a common public objective or
a common personal interest. Such sets of living quarters usually have certain common
facilities shared by the occupants.
The following fall within this category.
hospitals, nursing homes, correctional and penal institutions, military institutions,
monasteries, convents, retirement homes, hostels, boarding schools, student dormitories,
orphanages.

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Inmates in institutions are included in their respective households if as at Census Night


they were inmates in the institutions for less than six (6) months.
Note: This information was collected from the household in which these inmates
normally reside.
(iii) Camps
Camps are sets of premises originally intended for the temporary accommodation of
persons with common activities or interests. Included in this category are military camps
and camps established for the housing of workers involved in construction, agriculture or
other types of enterprise.
(iv)

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INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION
The Institutional Population comprises those persons who, at census night, were living in institutions
for six (6) months and more. The Institutional Population is a sub-group of the population found in
Collective Living Quarters and can be identified in the diagram above. (See definition of Collective
Living Quarters above).
ENUMERATED POPULATION
The enumerated population refers to all household members for whom a census questionnaire
was completed. Tabulations on the enumerated population, therefore, present aggregations of the
various responses given to the census questions.
UNENUMERATED POPULATION
This relates to the population in households that existed during the census but for whom no
information was obtained, due to No Contacts, Refusals, Closed or Not Visited. No Contact
means that the enumerator visited the household but did not make contact with any household
member. Refusals are recorded when the household refused to respond to the census questions.
A dwelling unit is described as Closed when it has been ascertained that the unit is occupied but
the occupants were temporarily away for a period of less than six (6) months. Not Visited means
that the household was not visited by the census interviewers.
PLACE OF ENUMERATION
The place of enumeration is the geographic locality at which the individual was enumerated at the
time of the census.
STREET DWELLERS
Street dwellers are persons who are destitute, without fixed place of abode and without immediate
social and economic support (Ministry of the People and Social Development Social Displacement
Unit.)
For the purpose of the 2011 Population and Housing Census, Street Dwellers refer to persons
who were found sleeping or preparing to sleep on the sidewalk and pavements of streets or on
the ground of open plots of land adjoining a street.

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HOUSEHOLD
A private household consists of one (1) person or two (2) or more persons living together (sleeping
most nights of a week) and sharing at least one of the main daily meals. In general, a household
will comprise a father, mother and children living together.
A member of the household is not necessarily a relative of the main family. For example, a boarder
or a domestic employee who sleeps in most nights of the week and shares at least one of the daily
meals is also included as a member of the household.
The concept of the household and family is not the same. It is possible to encounter more than
one family constituting a single household once they share common living arrangements.
Other living arrangements are:
(i)

Where a person has recently moved in with a group of persons, as long as he/she intends
to make his/her home with them and spent Census Night in the household, that person
is considered as a member of the household. However, anyone who moves into the
household after Census Night is NOT counted as a member of that household.

(ii)

A Boarding House, which caters for less than six (6) boarders/lodgers, is classified as a
private household.

(iii)

If a building is divided into flats or other separate dwellings, each such separate dwelling
constitutes at least one separate household. A tenant or sub-tenant, if he makes his own
arrangements for eating, also forms a separate household.

(iv)

If within the institution (non-private dwelling) there are separate quarters for all or any
members of the staff, with separate housekeeping arrangements, such quarters form
separate dwelling units occupied by private households.

(v)

A domestic employee including her family, if any, who sleeps in the house or in an outbuilding on the premises is a member of the household. However, if the domestic employee
maintains separate eating arrangements on the premises, she constitutes an independent
household. Additionally, a domestic employee who does not sleep on his/her employers
premises is NOT counted as a member of the household where he/she works.

(vi)

A boarder or lodger who eats and sleeps with the household, during most nights of a
week, is considered a member of that household.

(vii)

A person who rents a room from his/her landlord/landlady and does not share any meals
with him/her constitutes a separate household that is a single-person household.

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(viii)

A person who sleeps most nights away from his/her family is enumerated at the place
where he/she usually sleeps. He/she may be a boarder or lodger in a household, or
constitute a separate household. However, a person who because of the nature of his/her
job (e.g. watchmen, medical personnel, care-givers or shift workers), spends most nights
away from his/her home is enumerated at the same place as the other members of his
household, that is, at his/her place of usual residence.

(ix)

A foreign visitor or guest who spends Census Night in the household is counted as a
member of the household for the de facto population count but is excluded from the de jure
population count.

(x)

Students who are studying abroad and students studying locally who spend most nights
away from home because of rental arrangements are counted as members of the
household.

Hence, from the definition of a household and the rules given, one person may comprise a
household. Any person living alone in a house or part of a house constitutes a separate household.
The concepts of sharing at least one daily meal and sharing common living arrangements are
used as indicators for identifying household membership
HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD
For census purposes every household has a Head. The head of the household is the person,
male or female, who carries the main responsibility in the affairs of the household. In any event,
the person recognized by the respondents as the head is accepted as such for census
purposes.
In the case of a group of unrelated persons sharing a dwelling on an equal basis, that member of
the group who the others acknowledge as such would be taken as the head.
A person running a guesthouse or similar establishment that caters for less than six (6) guests
is considered the head of that household as long as he/she lives at the guesthouse or similar
establishment.
RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD
Relationship to Head of Household, where members of the households are classified in terms
of their relationship to the Head, facilitates analyses on family size and structure and kinship
patterns.

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The following distinctions are made:


(i) Head
(ii)

Spouse of head
Is defined as the husband or wife of the head of the household, who is a member of the
household.

(iii)

Partner of head
Is defined as the common-law partner of the head of the household, who is a member of
the household.

(iv)

Child of head and spouse/partner


This refers to the child of the Spouse/Partner of the head AND the head, or the child of the
common-law partner of the head AND the head, who is a member of the household. This
does not include adopted children.

(v)

Child of head only

(vi)

Child of spouse/partner only

(vii) Adopted child of head and spouse/partner


This refers to the adopted child of the spouse/partner of the head and the head, who is a
member of the household. The adoption may or may not be legal.
(viii)

Spouse/partner of child
Is defined as the spouse/partner of either the child of the head or the child of the spouse/
partner of the head, who is a member of the household.

(ix)

Grandchild of head/spouse/partner
Is defined as the grandchild of either the head, the spouse or partner of the head, who is
a member of the household.

(x) Parent of head/spouse/partner


Is defined as the parent of either the head, the spouse or partner of the head, who is a
member of the household.

(xi)

Other relative of head/spouse/partner


This refers to cousins, uncles, grandparents, great grandparents, in-laws etc., of the head,
the spouse or partner of the head of the household who are members of the household.

(xii)

Domestic Employee
This refers to a domestic employee, for example maid, gardener or other employee who
is a member of the household.

(xiii)

Other Non-relative:
Is categorised as a boarder or lodger who is a member of the household.

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SEX
This is reported for each person (male or female) and depends on the respondents answer.
AGE
Age is the interval of time between the date of birth and the date of the census (9th January, 2011)
expressed in completed years.
ETHNIC GROUP
Broadly defined, ethnicity pertains to people of the same race sharing a common history and
distinctive cultural characteristics.
Indigenous refers to people of Amerindian descent, commonly known as Caribs and Arawaks.
RELIGION
Religion may be defined as an affiliation with an organized group having specific religious or
spiritual tenets.
MARITAL STATUS
Marital status is the personal legal status of each individual enumerated in relation to the
marriage laws of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. The question on marital status is
addressed to all persons fourteen (14) years old and over.
The following categories are identified:
(i)

Never Married

A person who has never been married, either formally (that is in accordance with the
marriage laws of the country) or through customary marriage ceremonies which are
prescribed under Hindu or Muslim rites.

(ii) Married

Applies to persons who have gone through a legal marriage ceremony. Also included in
this category are persons married according to Hindu or Muslim rites, whether or not such
marriages have been legally registered.

A person, living apart from, though not legally separated from his/her married partner is to
be recorded as married.

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(iii) Widowed

This category applies to all persons, married legally or through customary Hindu or Muslim
rites, whose partners have died and who have not re-married.

(iv)

Legally Separated

A person who is married but not living with his/her spouse and has obtained a separation
by means of legal proceedings.

(v) Divorced

A person, having formally dissolved his/her marriage through legal proceedings, and has
not remarried.

MIGRATION
Place of Birth
The place of birth is the geographical location in which the mother of the individual resided at the
time of the persons birth.
Foreign Born
This is defined as any person not born in Trinidad and Tobago.
Foreign Born Duration of Residence
This is the interval of time up to the date of the census expressed in completed years during which
each foreign born person has lived in Trinidad and Tobago at the time of the census.
Place of Usual Residence
Usual residence is defined as the place where the person lives at the time of the census, and has
been there for some time, or intends to stay there for some time.
Place of Residence at a specified time in the past
This refers to the place in which the individual resided at a specified time preceding the census.
National circumstances such as hurricanes, civil unrest etc. may make it possible for the time
reference to be easily remembered.
Place of previous residence
This is the locality or foreign country in which the individual resided prior to returning to or migrating
to the persons present place of usual residence.

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EDUCATION
School Attendance
This is defined as regular attendance at any accredited educational institution or programme,
public or private, for organized learning at any level of education at the time of the census. It is
important to distinguish attendance from enrolment since a person can be enrolled in school but
not necessarily attending.
A full time student is one whose main activity is attending school, university, or some other
educational institution.
A part time student can be defined as one, whose main activity is other than attending school or
being engaged in the learning process.
Distance learning is defined as any form of organized educational experience in which teaching
and learning take place with teachers at a distance from the learners for most of the time. It
incorporates all levels of education and training using forms of technology that range from the
simple medium of print to the more advanced medium of technology involving satellites, teleconferencing, networks, television, radio broadcast and other mechanisms.
Highest Level of Educational Attainment.
This refers to the highest level completed within the most advanced level attended in the
educational system. This concept relates to non-vocational education, i.e attainment at Primary,
Secondary, Post secondary and University.
The concept is also applicable to Secondary Schools where vocational and trade subjects were
incorporated within the system. It should be noted that in cases where the respondents were
educated abroad, the equivalent is to be recorded.
UNION STATUS
Apart from marriage, women are found living in non-legal unions i.e. not legally married to the
partner with whom they are living.
Married and living with spouse
Common law and living with partner

Currently in a union

Visiting

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No longer living with spouse


No longer living with common-law partner

Currently not in a union

Never had a spouse nor common-law partner


A woman is regarded as having a visiting relationship if there was a birth within the twelve (12)
month period preceding the census and the partner is not a member of the household.
CHILDREN EVER BORN
This refers to all children born alive (excluding foetal deaths) during a womans lifetime, whether
currently residing with her, elsewhere in Trinidad and Tobago or abroad. Also included are the
children born alive, but died.
Please note that children born dead (still births) are not to be included here.
LIVE BIRTH
A Live Birth means the complete expulsion or extraction from its mother of a product of conception,
irrespective of the duration of pregnancy; which, after such separation, breathes or shows any
other evidence of life, such as beating of the heart, pulsation of the umbilical cord, or definite
movement of voluntary muscles, whether or not the umbilical cord has been cut or the placenta is
attached; each product of such a birth is considered live born.
STILL BIRTH
A Still Birth is defined as death prior to the complete expulsion or extraction from its mother of a
product of conception, provided that the product is one of twenty-eight weeks gestation or over;
the death is indicated by the fact that after such separation the product does not breathe or show
any other evidence of life, such as beating of the heart, pulsation of the umbilical cord, or definite
movement of voluntary muscles.
CENSUS NIGHT
Census Night refers to 12:00am on the 9th January 2011. This is the reference period for the
population count.

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MUNICIPALITY
The major divisions into which Trinidad and Tobago is divided for administrative purposes.
LIST OF MUNICIPALITIES
Code

TRINIDAD

Code

TOBAGO

10

City of Port of Spain

91

St George

20

City of San Fernando

92

St Mary

30

Borough of Arima

93

St Andrew

40

Borough of Chaguanas

94

St Patrick

50

Borough of Point Fortin

95

St David

60

Diego Martin

96

St Paul

70

San Juan / Laventille

97

St John

80

Tunapuna / Piarco

90

Couva / Tabaquite / Talparo

11

Mayaro / Rio Claro

12

Sangre Grande

13

Princes Town

14

Penal / Debe

15

Siparia

POPULATION DENSITY
Population Density relates to the number of persons per square kilometre in a clearly defined
geographic area. It is computed by dividing the population in the specified area by its land area
(in square kilometres).
POPULATION CONCENTRATION
Population Concentration is measured based on the calculation of the index of concentration.
This index compares the extent to which the percentage distribution of a given population across
specific geographic regions/spatial units deviate from having a distribution that is consistent with
the respective share of the total land area covered by each geographic region/spatial unit.
An Index of Concentration of zero is indicative of a situation in which each region has a
percentage of the total population consistent with its relative share of the total land area. An index
of Concentration near to 100 is indicative of a population that is concentrated in one region/spatial
unit only.

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INDEX OF DISSIMILARITY
This index is a simple summary measure which provides a basis for comparing two percentage
distributions whether they reflect age groups, occupational status, educational characteristics, or
ethnicity, among other attributes. It measures the extent to which one percentage distribution is
not consistent with another. One of the two distributions is usually deemed to be the standard. In
the context of a percentage distribution of a population by age group, it measures the extent to
which cases in the reference population have to be redistributed to other age groups to match the
distribution that is reflected by the percentage distribution characterizing the standard population.
The theoretical range is between 0 and 100.

Zero would denote that the two percentage

distributions are identical and 100 would imply that the two percentage distributions are totally
dissimilar. It should be noted that two populations with contrasting characteristics can have the
same index of dissimilarity.
INDEX OF POPULATION REDISTRIBUTION
This index is based on the Index of Dissimilarity measuring the extent of change in the
percentage distribution of a specific population between two dates. The two percentage
distributions can be predicated on any given attribute of interest.
AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE
This is calculated by dividing the Total Non-Institutional Population by the Total Number of
Households
SEX RATIO
The sex ratio is normally defined as the number of males per 100 females and is computed as
follows:Total Male Population
Total Female Population

x 100

AGE DEPENDENCY RATIO


The age dependency ratio is defined as the percentage of persons in the dependent ages- less
than 15 years and over 64 years- in relation to those of working age.
Population under 15 years of age + Population 65 years old and over.
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MEDIAN AGE
The Median Age is the age that divides the population into two equal groups, that is, half the
population is younger than the median age and half is older.
PROPORTION OF AGED PERSONS
The proportion of aged persons has been regarded as an indicator of a young or old population.
This is measured by the population sixty five (65) years old and over as a proportion of the total
population.
AGING INDEX
The Aging Index is the ratio of the number of persons sixty five (65) and over to the number of
persons zero (0) to fourteen (14) years.
Population 65 years old and over
Population 0-14 years

x 100

SINGULATE MEAN AGE AT MARRIAGE


The Singulate Mean Age at Marriage (SMAM) is an indirect estimate of the mean number of years
lived by members of a population before marriage based on age-determined proportions of the
population deemed to have ever been married in a specified period.
POST ENUMERATION SURVEY
The Post Enumeration Survey is designed to produce estimates of both coverage and content
errors. The Survey is normally conducted immediately after the conduct of the census.
COVERAGE RATE
The Coverage Rate is the matched population between the Census and the Post Enumeration
Survey (PES) relative to the PES population estimate. It is the complement of the Omission Rate.
OMISSION RATE
The Census Omission Rate is the missed population relative to the PES population estimate.

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FERTILITY
Synthetic Cohort Fertility Measures
Total Fertility Rate (TFR) is a synthetic cohort fertility measure that is determined on the basis of
age-specific birth rates in a specific period and permits efforts to gauge current fertility variation
across different periods.
The TFR is an estimate of the number of children a cohort of 1000 women would bear if they all
went through their reproductive years exposed to the age-specific birth rates in effect in a specific
period.
The Gross Reproduction Rate (GRR) is the number of female children born to a woman throughout
her productive life.
Period Fertility Measure
The General Fertility Rate (GFR) is the number of live births that occur in a year per 1000 women
of childbearing ages, 15 49 years.
Real Cohort Fertility Measures
Parity Progression Ratios (PPRs) assume the form of a probability associated with having another
child given that one has already had a certain number of children. Reference is usually made to
older women, say those aged 45-49 years as they would have more or less completed their
fertility cycle.
a0 is the proportion of women in the cohort assuming motherhood. It is also the probability of
women in the cohort becoming mothers.
an is the proportion of women in the cohort who have had n births and go on to have at least n+1
births. It is also the probability that women in the cohort having n births and proceeding to have
at least n+1 births.
The results permit assessments of the proportion of women from the cohort who remain childless
as well as the estimation of the cohort fertility rate (CFR) of a real cohort.

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Explanatory Notes
De Facto Population - 1,332,901. This refers to all persons present in the country on 9th January
2011, including Visitors staying in Hotels and Rooming Establishments and in Private Dwellings
and persons on Ships in Harbour. This total excludes all persons whose place of usual residence
is Trinidad and Tobago but were abroad on that day.
Total Population - 1,328,019. This refers to all persons whose usual residence is Trinidad and
Tobago. The total includes,

Household or Non institutional population usually resident in the country and were present
on Census Night

Household or Non institutional population usually resident in the country who were abroad
for less than six months on Census Night.

Population in Institutions and in Workers Camps

Street Dwellers.

T&T Students studying abroad.

Excluded from this count:


Foreign students studying in Trinidad and Tobago

Foreign diplomats residing in Trinidad and Tobago.

Non-Institutional Population (De Facto) - 1,325,569. This total represents the population found
in private dwellings on Census Night, including visitors and persons for whom usual residence is
abroad. Those Visitors who reside abroad will only be counted in the De Facto population.
Non-Institutional Population - 1,322,546. This represents only the household population found
in private dwellings for whom usual residence is Trinidad and Tobago.
Population in Collective Living Quarters - 6,495. The subsets denoted as living collectively are
shown in Data Table 6. Note: Visitors staying in Hotels and rooming establishments and who were
present in the country on Census Night are only counted in the De Facto count of the population
and are excluded from the total population count. Also, persons in Institutions and for whom usual
residence is not Trinidad and Tobago are also excluded e.g. foreign students and refused leave
to land persons in Detention Centres.

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The Total Population has been adjusted for No contact, Non-response, Refusals and Undercoverage (see Key Concepts and Definitions). Estimates for Under-coverage were measured by
the Post Enumeration Survey (PES).
Adjustment factors were applied at the level of the Municipalities for Trinidad and at the level of
the Parishes for Tobago.
Imputations were made for missing ages except for the Street Dwellers.
Discrepancies between totals and component totals in the Data Tables may be due to rounding.

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Summary of Measures
Trinidad and Tobago
POPULATION COMPOSITION

2011

2000

1990

Median Age

32.6

28.1

24.1

Age Dependency Ratio

41.9

48.0

65.8

9.0

7.1

6.2

100.7

100.6

99.8

0.3

0.3

-0.1

Proportion of Aged Persons


Sex Ratio
Excess/Deficit
POPULATION CHANGE
Population Growth Rate
Index of Dissimilarity (age structure)
Index of Population Redistribution
POPULATION CONCENTRATION
Population Density
Index of Population Concentration

2000-2011

1990-2000

1980-1990

0.5

0.4

1.2

10.7

10.3

3.1

2011

2000

1990

259.0

246.0

236.7

0.4

0.4

ENTRY INTO MARRIAGE

2011

2000

1990

Proportion ever married

51.1

51.2

53.4

Singulate Mean Age at Marriage (SMAM) - Males

31.8

31.4

29.9

Singulate Mean Age at Marriage (SMAM) - Females

29.2

28.1

27.1

2011

2000

1990

2.5

3.1

4.1

12.8

10.0

8.3

2000-2011

1990-2000

1980-1990

1.5

2011

2000

1990

3.3

3.6

4.1

FERTILITY INDICATORS
Cohort Fertility Rates
Index of Childlessness
GROWTH IN HOUSEHOLD STOCK
Average Annual Growth in number of Households
CHARACTERISTICS OF HOUSEHOLD STOCK
Average Household Size
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POPULATION GROWTH/SIZE/TRENDS
The total population of Trinidad and Tobago based on the 2011 Population and Housing Census
was 1,328,019. This population is referred to as all usual residents and did not include visitors
to the country. The sub-populations included in this figure were persons in private dwellings
referred to as the non-institutional population, persons in institutions and workers camps, and
street dwellers. When the sizes of non-institutional and street-dweller populations enumerated in
2011 were compared with corresponding sizes for census 2000, Table 1.1 shows that there were
increases of 5.7% from 1,250,652 (2000) to 1,322,546 (2011) and 13.4% from 471 (2000) to 534
(2011) respectively. With respect to the size of populations enumerated in institutions and workers
camps, a steep decline of 57.8% from 11,714 (2000) to 4,939 (2011) was observed between the
two censuses.
Table 1.1:
Comparison of Total Population, 2011 and 2000: Trinidad and Tobago
Population
Non institutional persons found in private
dwellings

2011

2000

Change (%)

1,322,546

1,250,652

5.7

4,939

11,714

(57.8)

534

471

13.4

1,328,019

1,262,366

5.2

Institutions and Workers Camps - usual


residents
Street Dwellers
Total

Usual residents in institutions would include only those who have spent six(6) months or more in
institutions and whose usual residence is Trinidad and Tobago. Persons who spent less than 6
months would have been counted in their respective households, foreign students and persons
who were in the Detention Centre having been refused leave to land by Immigration authorities
would have been excluded from these census counts.
Table 1.2 gives the size of the population from 1851 to 2011 and the computed growth rates.
There was a steady growth in the population from as far back as 1851, which is also illustrated
in Chart 1.1. The largest increase of 3.0% per annum was recorded between 1871 and 1881,
while the smallest increase of 0.4% per annum was observed between 1990 and 2000. Between
2000 and 2011, the annual rate of population growth was 0.5%, negligibly larger than that of the
previous intercensal period and reinforced the fact that the rate of population growth in Trinidad
and Tobago has been lower since 1990 when compared to periods before 1990.

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For the intercensal period 2000-2011, the change in population size was 65,653. Between the
last census in June of 2000 to the 9th January 2011, the total number of live births was estimated
to be 196,093 while the total number of deaths was estimated to be 104,417 implying a natural
increase of 91,676 persons. Net migration calculated as the difference in intercensal growth and
the natural increase has therefore been estimated as (26,023).
Table 1.2:
Trends and Growth Rates in Total Population, 1851-2011: Trinidad & Tobago
Census Year

Duration of
the intercensal
period
(in years)

Trinidad
& Tobago
Population

Intercensal
Change
(Absolute)

Intercensal
Change
(Percentage)

Population
Growth Rate
per Annum

1851

na

82978

na

na

na

1861

10.0

99848

16870

20.3

1.9

1871

10.0

126692

26844

26.9

2.4

1881

10.0

171179

44487

35.1

3.0

1891

10.0

218381

47202

27.6

2.4

1901

10.0

273899

55518

25.4

2.3

1911

9.9

333552

59653

21.8

2.0

1921

10.1

365913

32361

9.7

0.9

1931

10.0

412783

46870

12.8

1.2

1946

15.0

563222

150439

36.4

2.1

1960

14.0

834350

271128

48.1

2.8

1970

10.0

945210

110860

13.3

1.2

1980

10.1

1079791

134581

14.2

1.3

1990

10.0

1213733

133942

12.4

1.2

2000

10.1

1262366

48633

4.0

0.4

2011

10.6

1328019

65653

5.2

0.5

Source: Central Statistical Office (CSO)


Note: na = not applicable

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Chart 1.1:
Trend in Total Populations 1851- 2011: Trinidad & Tobago

Chart 1.2:
Population Growth Rates per Annum by Intercensal Period 1851-2011:
Trinidad & Tobago

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Table 1.3 shows the changes in census population by municipalities in Trinidad and Parishes
in Tobago. Declines were observed in the Cities of Port-of-Spain and San Fernando and Diego
Martin Region. Minimal growth was seen in all the other areas except San Juan/Laventille where
no change was reported. The Borough of Chaguanas in Trinidad and the Parish of St George in
Tobago experienced the highest growth.
Table 1.3:
Population Growth by Municipalities in Trinidad and Parishes in Tobago 2000-2011.
Municipality

Total Population
2000

Trinidad & Tobago

Trinidad
City of Port of Spain
City of San Fernando
Borough of Arima
Borough of Chaguanas
Borough of Point Fortin
Couva/Tabaquite/Talparo
Diego Martin
Mayaro/Rio Claro
Penal/Debe
Princes Town
San Juan/Laventille
Sangre Grande
Siparia
Tunapuna/Piarco

Tobago
St Andrew
St David
St George
St John
St Mary
St Patrick
St Paul

1262366

1208282
49031
55419
32278
67433
19056
162779
105720
32143
83609
91947
157295
65680
81917
203975

54084
15830
7504
5364
2998
2965
14011
5412

2011
1328019

1267145
37074
48838
33606
83516
20235
178410
102957
35650
89392
102375
157258
75766
86949
215119

60874
6875
3297
17536
6048
8733
2825
15560

Population Growth
per Annum
2000-2011
0.5
0.4
-2.6
-1.2
0.4
2.0
0.6
0.9
-0.3
1.0
0.6
1.0
0.0
1.3
0.6
0.5
1.1
1.0
1.4
2.3
-0.6
1.0
1.0
1.0

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AGE/SEX COMPOSITION
Chart 1.3 shows a comparison of the age/sex pyramids of 2000 and 2011 which reflects the
changing age structures of the national population. The structure of the 2011 population has been
superimposed on the structure of the 2000 population. In the youngest age group (0-4 years)
there was growth in the percentage distribution of both the male and female populations. The
widening of the top of the pyramid in 2011 is consistent with the aging of the population of Trinidad
and Tobago.
Table 1.4 shows that increases in population size were also observed in each of the five-year age
groups between 20 and 34 years, as well as, all groups over 45 years. Irrespective of sex, there
were declines in the size of populations in each of the five-year age groups between 5 years and
19 years and between 35 years and 44 years. The declines in the age groups 10-14 years and
15-19 years were quite noteworthy. A further examination of the age composition showed that the
population in age groups classified as the dependent group (i.e. all persons aged 0-14 years and
65+ years) decreased from 32.4% of the population in 2000 to 29.6% in 2011. The working-age
population classified as persons 15-64 years increased from 67.6% in 2000 to 70.4% in 2011.
Chart 1.3:
Age/Sex Composition Trinidad & Tobago, 2000 (blue, red) and 2011

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1328019

94121

91330

87963

98378

114240

123517

105580

92538

86163

96113

87184

73215

58647

44639

30289

20750

23351

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80 +

Both
Sexes

All
Ages

9384

9286

14209

21582

29645

36719

43981

48685

43491

46862

53897

62268

57407

49709

44953

46379

47847

666305

Male

2011
Both
Sexes

13966

11463

16079

23055

29002

36496

43203

47429

42672

45677

51683

61250

56833

48670

43010

44952

46274

7737

7938

11110

14553

18207

23230

31900

38037

45482

51303

46067

48957

56881

69774

65367

52913

43595

633051

Male

10811

9062

12289

15868

18902

23268

30533

36785

44889

51270

46126

47648

55099

68703

64037

51594

42431

629315

Female

13523

14291

20354

27573

30100

34348

43313

52447

66053

79552

96359

111181

104107

114379

127438

146883

131832

1213733

Both
Sexes

5223

6557

9859

13289

14741

16764

21461

26066

33431

39882

48024

55711

52076

58221

64495

74088

66500

606388

Male

1990

Note: The 2011 Not Stated Population was re-distributed.

18548

17000

23399

30421

37109

46498

62433

74822

90371

102573

92193

96605

111980

138477

129404

104507

86026

661714 1262366

Female

2000

8300

7734

10495

14284

15359

17584

21852

26381

32622

39670

48335

55470

52031

56158

62943

72795

65332

607345

Female

8459

10261

16204

25252

27286

32157

37111

40323

48386

57206

72324

88805

112473

133833

121064

120448

128199

1079791

Both
Sexes

3129

4379

7506

11856

14004

16468

18294

19693

24144

28577

36631

44537

56596

67208

60657

60882

65079

539640

Male

1980

Table 1.4:
Age/Sex Composition of the Census Population, 2011, 2000, 1990 and 1980: Trinidad & Tobago

5330

5882

8698

13396

13282

15689

18817

20630

24242

28629

35693

44268

55877

66625

60407

59566

63120

540151

Female

Chart 1.4:
Age/Sex Composition of Total Population, 2011: Trinidad

Chart 1.5:
Age/Sex Composition of Total Population, 2000: Trinidad

A comparison of the pyramids for Trinidad in 2000 and 2011 showed that the classic pyramid
shape seemed to be slowly disappearing and the resemblance of a bi-modal distribution may be
developing where two age ranges were becoming dominant, 20-34 years and 45-55 years.

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Chart 1.6:
Age/Sex Composition of Total Population, 2011: Tobago

Chart 1.7:
Age/Sex Composition of Total Population, 2000: Tobago

As in the case of the pyramids for Trinidad and Tobago, in 2000 and 2011, corresponding pyramids
for Tobago reveal a similar expansion at the top of the pyramids which is indicative of aging among
the population of Tobago with the passage of time.

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Sex Ratio and Excess/Deficit


With reference to the population of Trinidad and Tobago in 1980 and 1990, Table 1.5 shows that the
census data were consistent with a slight preponderance of females over males in the respective
populations, this being especially evident among persons 35 - 54 years and 65 years or older in
1980 and among persons 45 years or older in 1990. Based on the 2000 census, however, Table
1.5 is indicative of a sex ratio that is consistent with a slight preponderance of males over females
in the entire population. This was particularly the case in every five-year age group below the
age of 55 years. For persons in five-year age groups between the ages of 55 and 79 years and
those 80 years or older, females outnumbered males. A similar trend existed based on the 2011
census, where the number of males was greater than the number of females in all five-year age
groups under 65 years. For persons in five-year age groups between the ages of 65 and 79 years
and those 80 years or older, females also outnumbered males. These observations revealed
highly consistent patterns of variation in the age-determined sex composition of the population of
Trinidad and Tobago across the four census years.
Table 1.5:
Sex Ratio and Excess/Deficit by Age Group, 1980, 1990, 2000 and 2011:
Trinidad and Tobago

2011
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
All Ages
0-4
5-9
10 - 14
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 - 29
30 - 34
35 - 39
40 - 44
45 - 49
50 - 54
55 - 59
60 - 64
65 - 69
70 - 74
75 - 79
80 +

Note:
where

10

Sex Ratio
2000
1990

1980

Excess/ Deficit
2000
1990

2011

1980

100.7

100.6

99.8

99.9

0.3

0.3

-0.1

0.0

103.4
103.2
104.5
102.1
101.0
101.7
104.3
102.6
101.9
102.6
101.8
100.6
102.2
93.6
88.4
81.0
67.2

102.7
102.6
102.1
101.6
103.2
102.7
99.9
100.1
101.3
103.4
104.5
99.8
96.3
91.7
90.4
87.6
71.6

101.8
101.8
102.5
103.7
100.1
100.4
99.4
100.5
102.5
98.8
98.2
95.3
96.0
93.0
93.9
84.8
62.9

103.1
102.2
100.4
100.9
101.3
100.6
102.6
99.8
99.6
95.5
97.2
105.0
105.4
88.5
86.3
74.4
58.7

1.7
1.6
2.2
1.1
0.5
0.8
2.1
1.3
1.0
1.3
0.9
0.3
1.1
-3.3
-6.2
-10.5
-19.6

1.4
1.3
1.0
0.8
1.6
1.4
-0.1
0.0
0.7
1.7
2.2
-0.1
-1.9
-4.3
-5.0
-6.6
-16.6

0.9
0.9
1.2
1.8
0.0
0.2
-0.3
0.3
1.2
-0.6
-0.9
-2.4
-2.1
-3.6
-3.1
-8.2
-22.8

1.5
1.1
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.3
1.3
-0.1
-0.2
-2.3
-1.4
2.4
2.6
-6.1
-7.4
-14.6
-26.0

Excess/Deficit = (M-F)/(M+F) x 100


M=# of male and F = # of female

Sex Ratio:

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M/F x 100

Chart 1.8:
Sex Ratio by Municipality, 2011 and 2000

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Indicators of Aging Populations


Table 1.6 shows that the age dependency ratio for Trinidad and Tobago decreased from 48 in
2000 to 42 in 2011. This ratio looks at the proportion of dependents, that is, the combined child
population comprising all age groups of persons less than 15 years and the aged population of
persons 65 and older in relation to the working-age population defined as the 15-64 age groups.
The decline in this ratio meant that every 100 members of the working-age population were carrying
42 dependents in census 2011 instead of 48 as was seen in census 2000. The improvement in
the age dependency ratio in 2011 was due to a growth in the working-age population (15-64
years) and a decline in the dependent population.
When the age dependency ratio is examined by Municipality, five (5) municipalities showed ratios
below the national average. In descending order they were Tunapuna/Piarco; Princes Town;
Couva/Tabaquite/Talparo; Penal/Debe and Chaguanas. Areas with ratios above the national
average (also in descending order) were Port of Spain; Diego Martin; Tobago, San Juan/Laventille;
San Fernando, Sangre Grande, Point Fortin, and Arima. The other areas had age dependency
ratios which were similar to the national average.
Table 1.6 shows persons age 65 years or older as a percentage of the total population as an
indicator of a young or old population. The indicator shows that in 2011, persons age 65 years or
older relative to the total population rose to 9.0% from 5.6% in 1980. A population in which this
indicator assumes magnitudes ranging between 5 and 10 is regarded as neither young nor old
but is in an intermediate stage.
Another indicator that examines the age composition of a population is the aging index. (Table
1.6). This index, which measures the persons 65 years and older relative to the population under
15 years of age, more than doubled from 16.3 as measured by the 1980 census data to 43.5
based on the 2011 census. A population with a ratio above 30 may be described as old. In
Trinidad, the municipalities with aging indices above the national average were the Cities of Port
of Spain and San Fernando and the Regions of Couva/ Tabaquite/ Talparo, Arima and Mayaro/
Rio Claro. In the island of Tobago, aging indices above the national average were recorded for the
Parishes of St George and St John.
The median is another measure used to describe the age composition of the population. In 2011,
Table 1.6 reveals that the median age was 32.6 years which meant that half of the population was
younger than 32.6 years while the other half was older than 32.6 years. Countries with median
ages over 30 are described as old. In 2000, a younger median age of 28 years was reported and
this can be interpreted as an intermediate stage between young and old.
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Table 1.6:
Indicators of Aging Populations by Municipality, 2011 and 2000
Municipality/Parish

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

TRINIDAD
City of Port of Spain
City of San Fernando
Borough of Arima
Borough of Chaguanas
Borough of Point Fortin
Couva/Tabaquite/Talparo
Diego Martin
Mayaro/Rio Claro
Penal/Debe
Princes Town
San Juan/Laventille
Sangre Grande
Siparia
Tunapuna/Piarco

Census
Year

Median
Age

Age
Dependency
Ratio

Proportion
of Aged
Persons

Aging Index

2011

32.6

41.9

9.0

43.5

2000

28.1

48.0

7.1

27.9

1990

24.1

65.8

6.2

18.6

1980

21.6

66.1

5.6

16.3

2011

32.6

41.8

8.9

43.6

2000

28.1

47.8

7.0

27.9

2011

36.6

49.9

14.8

81.2

2000

31.9

55.2

13.0

57.5

2011

34.8

45.1

12.2

64.3

2000

30.8

47.6

9.6

42.3

2011

33.3

43.0

9.8

48.7

2000

28.6

47.6

7.5

30.2

2011

32.4

36.9

6.8

33.7

2000

27.5

42.8

4.8

18.9

2011

31.0

44.1

8.9

40.9

2000

27.4

55.6

8.9

33.2

2011

32.4

38.4

7.3

62.0

2000

27.6

44.8

5.5

36.2

2011

34.5

47.6

12.3

43.4

2000

30.2

50.2

8.9

31.0

2011

30.4

42.8

7.4

43.6

2000

25.9

53.6

5.7

24.3

2011

33.3

37.6

8.1

36.0

2000

28.2

43.0

5.9

21.4

2011

31.5

40.3

7.9

32.9

2000

26.8

48.6

6.2

19.7

2011

31.8

45.2

9.4

33.4

2000

27.7

51.3

8.0

23.8

2011

30.5

44.2

7.7

37.9

2000

26.2

54.1

6.7

23.3

2011

32.3

42.2

9.2

42.4

2000

27.9

50.8

7.7

24.2

2011

33.0

40.3

8.7

44.6

2000

28.3

43.6

5.9

29.4

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Table 1.6:
Indicators of Aging Populations by Municipality, 2011 and 2000
Municipality/Parish

TOBAGO
St Andrew
St David
St George
St John
St Mary
St Patrick
St Paul

Census
Year

Median
Age

Age
Dependency
Ratio

Proportion
of Aged
Persons

2011

32.0

45.9

9.3

41.8

2000

28.1

52.1

7.8

29.3

2011

33.0

46.3

9.9

38.2

2000

28.9

49.6

7.7

27.1

2011

30.6

46.9

8.5

35.6

2000

26.3

56.0

7.9

26.1

2011

31.2

46.0

8.7

45.5

2000

27.3

55.8

7.6

30.0

2011

31.2

48.8

9.3

47.3

2000

28.7

62.6

10.1

30.1

2011

30.7

44.6

8.1

36.1

2000

24.8

61.9

7.9

28.1

2011

33.4

44.7

9.9

35.9

2000

29.8

45.1

7.2

28.2

2011

29.7

45.6

8.3

39.6

2000

26.0

59.2

8.2

35.8

Chart 1.9:
Age Sex Composition Selected Indicators, Trinidad and Tobago:
1980, 1990, 2000 and 2011

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ETHNIC COMPOSITION
In 2011, Chart 1.10 shows that East Indians and Africans were again the two largest ethnic groups
in Trinidad and Tobago. East Indians accounted for 35.4% of the total population while Africans
accounted for 34.2%. In the 2000 census, the respective percentages were 40% and 37.5%. The
difference between the groups narrowed from 2.5% in 2000 to 1.2% in 2011.
The next largest group was described as Mixed representing 22.8% of the population and
disaggregated into the African/East Indian 7.7% and Mixed Other 15.1%. This group increased
from 20.5% in 2000. All other ethnic groups totalled 1.4% although there was a relatively large not
stated category consisting of 6.2%.
When the ethnic composition was compared across the two islands, a completely different
landscape was observed in Tobago as compared to Trinidad (Chart 1.11). Chart 1.12 shows that
85.2 % of the population was African followed by the Mixed group comprising 8.5%.
Chart 1.10:
Percentage Distribution of Total Population by Ethnic Group, 2011
Trinidad and Tobago

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Chart 1.11:
Percentage Distribution of Total Population by Ethnic Group,
2011 Trinidad

Chart 1.12:
Percentage Distribution of Total Population by Ethnic Group, 2011 Tobago

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RELIGIOUS COMPOSITION
In 2011, according to Table 1.7, Roman Catholicism was again the largest religious denomination
with 285,671 followers, having declined from a membership of 289,711 in 2000, a decrease of
1.4%. Other religious denominations that experienced decreases in their membership in 2011
were Hinduism, Anglican, Presbyterian/Congregational and Methodist. The number of persons
claiming affiliation to Pentecostal/Evangelical/Full Gospel more than doubled from 76,327 in 2000
to 159,033 in 2011, an increase of 108.4%. Interestingly, the category None rose by 33.5% and
the Not Stated constituted quite a large number of persons. Chart 1.13 gives a distribution of the
population by religious affiliations based on the 2011 Population and Housing Census.
Table 1.7:
Religious Composition, 2011, 2000: Trinidad and Tobago
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

2011

2000

% Change

Anglican

74994

86792

-13.6

Baptist

90953

79899

13.8

240100

250760

-4.3

Islam

65705

64648

1.6

Jehovahs Witness

19450

17948

8.4

8648

10396

-16.8

159033

76327

108.4

32972

36710

-10.2

285671

289711

-1.4

54156

44147

22.7

Other

115225

120666

-4.5

None

28842

21598

33.5

146798

15170

867.7

Hinduism

Methodist
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Roman Catholic
Seventh Day Adventist

Not Stated

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Chart 1.13:
Percentage Distribution of Total Population by Religious Groups, 2011
Trinidad and Tobago

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND QUALIFICATIONS


According to the 2011 Population and Housing Census, Data Table 20 shows that 29.8% of the
population had attained primary-level education. Proportions amounting to 43.5% had attained
secondary and post-secondary, with 6.2% attaining tertiary non-university level education and
8.4% tertiary university-level education. When educational attainment is disaggregated by sex,
males outnumbered females up to the primary and secondary levels. At the tertiary level females
outnumbered males.
As illustrated in Chart 1.14, 38.7% of the population 15 years or older had no qualifications.
Included in this proportion are some persons who may not have written examinations to receive
qualifications. The chart also show that 4.3% reported school leaving as the highest qualification
attained and 2.1% claimed to have attained CXC Basic as their highest educational qualification.
While 25.1% achieved GCE O level/CXC General or A Levels as their highest educational
qualification, 9.3% were granted Diplomas, 5.0% achieved either a Bachelors or a Masters
degree and 0.2% matriculated to the doctoral level.

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Chart 1.15 shows the percentage distribution of the population 15 years or older in 5 year age
groups by status with regard to having educational qualifications. From the age group 20-24
years to the 40- 44 years, more than half the population in each age group had some form of
qualification. In the 45-49 year age group, there was almost an even split with respect to those
having qualifications and those not having any qualifications. In older age groups, from 50 years
or older, more than half the population in each age group had no educational qualifications.
Chart 1.14:
Percentage Distribution of the Population 15 years or older by
Highest Qualification Ever Attained, 2011: Trinidad and Tobago

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Chart 1.15:
Percentage Distribution for Population 15 years and over by Qualifications and Age
Group, 2011 Trinidad and Tobago

Note. This does not include the Not Stated category of 202,020

INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS
Intercensal Emigration 2000-2011
An emigrant is defined as a person who leaves one country to take up residence in another.
In Trinidad and Tobago, there were 15,455 persons who migrated to other countries during
the period 2000-2011. Migration is one of the components of population change and has been
notoriously difficult to measure accurately. The 2011 census attempted to account for migration
during the period since the 2000 census by asking household heads about migratory movements
of former household members. However, in cases where entire households migrated, no data
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During the period 1960-1980 it is estimated that Trinidad and Tobago had lost approximately
175,000 of its nationals (National Census Report; Trinidad and Tobago; 1990). The trend
in destination countries of choice continued to be the United States, Canada and the United
Kingdom. Together, these three countries received over 81% of Trinidad and Tobagos emigrants
amounting to 12,594 during the period 2000-2011 with the United States alone accommodating
59%, or 9,177 as shown in Chart 1.17.

Chart 1.17:
Intercensal Emigrants by Country of Destination, 2000-2011
Trinidad and Tobago

Tables 22 and Table 23 in the Data Tables provide information on emigrants across all age groups.
Emigrants 15-19 years and those 20-24 years constituted almost 30% of all nationals emigrating
from Trinidad and Tobago during the intercensal period. Chart 1.18 below shows emigrants in
older age groups constitute smaller proportions of all emigrants. The 1990 National Census
Report reported that the 65 and older age groups represented 23.2% of those emigrating. The
data from the 2011 census suggested a reversal in this trend, as they represented only 1.0% of
the emigrating population. However, the Not Stated category for age was quite substantial.

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Chart 1.18:
Percentage Distribution of Emigrants by Age Group, 2000-2011:
Trinidad and Tobago

Table 1.8 revealed that most emigrants moved from Tunapuna/Piarco (3019), San Juan/
Laventille (2091) and Diego Martin (1669) during the intercensal period. Females constitute a
relatively larger share among emigrants from Trinidad and Tobago during the intercensal period,
a proportion amounting to 56.6%. The largest number of female emigrants came from Tunapuna/
Piarco.

However, when female emigrants were examined as a percentage of the resident

female population in any given municipality, Diego Martin lost the largest proportion of its female
population due to emigration.

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Table 1.8
Intercensal Emigrants by Sex and Municipality, 2000 2011: Trinidad and Tobago
Municipality

Total

Males

Females

Not Stated

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

15455

6421

8745

289

TRINIDAD

14596

6050

8270

276

City of Port of Spain

664

289

368

City of San Fernando

546

222

312

12

Borough of Arima

480

202

263

15

Borough of Chaguanas

875

357

494

24

Borough of Point Fortin

222

89

119

14

Couva/ Tabaquite/ Talparo

1459

610

830

19

Diego Martin

1669

718

936

15

Mayaro / Rio Claro

236

80

139

17

Penal Debe

937

393

526

18

Princes Town

1018

412

569

37

San Juan / Laventille

2091

917

1157

17

Sangre Grande

533

217

306

10

Siparia

847

356

454

37

3019

1187

1797

35

859

371

475

13

Tunapuna / Piarco
TOBAGO

Foreign-Born Population
The total number of foreign born residents was 48,781 based on the 2011 Population and Housing
Census compared to 41,753 in 2000, an increase of 16.8%. Despite this increase, foreign-born
persons as a percentage of the total population were virtually unchanged, moving from 3.3% in
2000 to 3.7% in 2011. Between the 2000 and 2011 censuses, there was no marked change in the
distribution of foreign-born residents by country of birth as illustrated in Chart 1.19 and Chart 1.20.
Immigrants from the Caribbean countries constituted 55.6% of the total foreign born residents
in 2011 having declined from 65.5% in 2000. With respect to the foreign-born population, there
were apparent reductions in the proportions born in Caribbean countries such as Grenada, St,
Vincent and the Grenadines and Barbados in the intercensal period, In contrast, the proportions
from the United States and Guyana increased during the period; the latter being observed to
have increased from 12.6% of the total foreign-born population in 2000 to 19.7% in 2011. A large
number of persons 8.7% in 2011 compared to 1.9% in 2000 did not state their country of birth.

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Chart 1.19:
Percentage Distribution of Foreign-Born Population by Country of Birth-2011:
Trinidad and Tobago

Chart 1.20:
Percentage Distribution of Foreign-Born Population by Country of Birth-2000:
Trinidad and Tobago

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2. POPULATION DENSITY AND CONCENTRATION


Population densities for Trinidad and Tobago based on Population and Housing Censuses in
2000 and 2011 are presented in Table 2.1. Trinidad and Tobago has a landmass of 5,127 square
kilometres (1,980 square miles). Based on the 2011 census, the population density of the twin
island state was 259 persons per square kilometre, up from 246 persons per square kilometre
in 2000 suggesting that Trinidad and Tobago became slightly more densely populated over the
intercensal period.
Notably, the City of Port of Spain which has one of the smallest land areas (12 Sq.km) in Trinidad
continued to be the most densely populated municipality, having approximately 3,090 persons per
square kilometre in 2011. This is indicative of a decrease in population density when compared
with the 2000 census having approximately 4,086 persons per square kilometre. This reduction
resulted from the decrease in the overall population residing in the Capital City.
The second and third most densely populated areas were the Borough of Arima and the City of
San Fernando with 2,801 and 2,570 persons per square kilometre respectively. This pattern was
different from that which occurred in the 2000 Census when the City of San Fernando was found
to be more densely populated than the Borough of Arima.
The municipalities with the lowest population densities were Mayaro/Rio Claro, 44 persons per
square kilometre and Sangre Grande, 82 persons per square kilometre. Both areas combined
however, occupy more than one third of the total land area of Trinidad and Tobago but only
comprise 8.4 percent of the national population. Interestingly, the municipalities of Mayaro/ Rio
Claro, Sangre Grande, Princes Town and Siparia all revealed population densities that were
below 200 persons per square kilometre in both the 2011 and 2000 censuses.
The Parish of St Andrew continued to be the most populous area in Tobago in 2011. Based on
the 2011 census, most Parishes maintained the same ranking with regard to their population
densities when compared with 2000 except for St Mary which had the lowest population density in
2000 but was replaced by St John in 2011. Incidentally, both of these Parishes occupy the largest
(St Mary) and second largest (St John) land area in Tobago. (Refer to Population Density Map
2 at the back of the report)

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Table 2.1:
Population Density, Trinidad and Tobago, 2000 and 2011
Municipality/Parish

Density
(Per Sq km)
2011

Density
(Per Sq km)
2000

5127

259

246

1328019

1262366

4827

263

250

1267145

1208282

City of Port of Spain

12

3090

4086

37074

49031

City of San Fernando

19

2570

2917

48838

55419

Borough of Arima

12

2801

2690

33606

32278

Borough of Chaguanas

59

1416

1143

83516

67433

Borough of Point Fortin

25

809

762

20235

19056

Couva/Tabaquite/Talparo

723

247

225

178410

162779

Diego Martin

126

817

839

102957

105720

Mayaro/Rio Claro

814

44

41

35650

33480

Penal/ Debe

246

363

340

89392

83609

Princes Town

620

165

148

102375

91947

San Juan/ Laventille

239

658

658

157258

157295

Sangre Grande

927

82

69

75766

64343

Siparia

495

176

165

86949

81917

Tunapuna/ Piarco

510

422

400

215119

203975

TOBAGO

300

203

180

60874

54084

St Andrew

21

835

754

17536

15830

St David

38

230

197

8733

7504

St George

43

160

125

6875

5364

St John

55

51

55

2825

2998

St Mary

56

59

53

3297

2965

St Patrick

38

409

369

15560

14011

St Paul

49

123

110

6048

5412

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

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(Sq km)

Population
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2000

Index of Concentration
The Index of Concentration compares the percentage distribution of the entire population across
municipalities in Trinidad and Tobago with the share of the total land area constituting the
respective municipalities. An Index of Concentration of zero (0) is indicative of a situation in which
each municipality has a percentage of the total population consistent with its relative share of the
total land area. Conversely an index of one hundred (100) is indicative of the entire population
being concentrated in one municipality.
Table 2.2:
Selected Indices: Trinidad and Tobago
Trinidad and Tobago
2011/2000

2000/1990

Index of Concentration

0.35

0.37

Index of Dissimilarity (Age Structure)

10.7

10.3

Index of Re-distribution

3.07

Note: The Index of Dissimilarity 2011 was calculated using a comparison


between the 2000 and 2011 population by age groups.
The Index of Dissimilarity 2000 was calculated using a comparison
between the 1990 and 2000 population by age groups.

Table 2.2 shows that based on the censuses of 2000 and 2011, the index of concentration was
0.37 (2000/1990) and 0.35 (2011/2000) being marginally lower in 2011.

Thus, there does not

appear to be much if any change in the extent to which the distribution of the population across
municipalities match the share of total land area comprising the respective municipalities. In fact,
the spread reflected based on the 2011 data seems more equitable when assessed in accordance
with the land area of the respective municipalities.
Index of Dissimilarity (Age Structure)
A cursory examination of Table 2.2 shows the index of dissimilarity for the age distributions of
populations based on two sets of censuses, the first being 2000 compared with 1990 and the
second being 2011 compared with 2000. For the former, the index is 10.3 and for the latter it is
10.7. The theoretical range for the index of dissimilarity lies between 0 and 100, with 0 denoting
that the two populations are identical, 40 being the upper limit for an acceptable level of similarity
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a high level of similarity between the population age structures for two sets of censuses. This
suggests a greater degree of dissimilarity between the age structures of the population in 2011
when compared with 2000 than was observed to be the case with respect to the age structure of
the population in 2000 relative to that of 1990.
Index of Population Re-distribution
With reference to the 2011 census, the Index of Re-distribution measures the extent to which the
distribution of the national population across municipalities has departed from being identical with
the corresponding distribution based on the 2000 census. With a magnitude of 3.07, the observed
index suggests that in 2011, the distribution of the national population across municipalities
did not depart much if at all from the distribution that was observed in 2000 due to intercensal
demographic changes due principally to fertility, mortality and migration.
Internal Migration
Internal Migration is an important component in assessing changing population sizes due to
migration across municipal boundaries. Within any national context, an internal migrant is defined
as someone who changes his or her region of usual address and takes up residence in another
region, with the region of destination becoming the new usual residence (2000 National Census
Report). The 2011 census attempted to measure the extent of movement between municipalities
within the intercensal period. Table 2.3 shows that approximately 1,554 persons whose usual
residence was Tobago in the 2000 census took up residence in Trinidad at the time of the 2011
census. The census data also reveal that approximately 2,794 persons who were resident in
Trinidad in 2000 became residents of Tobago in 2011. Further analysis show that relative to
the 2000 population the Borough of Arima and the City of Port of Spain recorded the highest
percentages of out-migrants at 17% each, during the intercensal period. Interestingly, Sangre
Grande, Tobago and Mayaro/Rio Claro were the areas where persons were least likely to move.
These areas recorded the highest percentages of non-movers, 82% in the region of Sangre
Grande, 80% in Tobago and 79% in Mayaro/Rio Claro. The Boroughs of Chaguanas and Arima
recorded the highest percentages of in-migrants during the period at 14% and 13% respectively.
The municipality of Penal/ Debe also welcomed 13% in-migrants.

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Table 2.3:
Movement Between Municipalities During The Intercensal Period, 2000 - 2011

MUNICIPALITY

NONMOVERS

INMIGRANTS

OUTMIGRANTS

TRINIDAD
City of Port of Spain

24479

2716

7943

City of San Fernando

31241

4186

7054

Borough of Arima

20076

4215

5478

Borough of Chaguanas

50646

12026

7499

Borough of Point Fortin

11654

2204

2681

121138

16237

12176

Diego Martin

70514

6410

6357

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

25261

1839

2963

Penal/Debe

57799

11359

10598

Princes Town

66545

10794

9456

106356

11487

15343

Sangre Grande

53698

5496

3595

Siparia

61966

6289

7173

129328

18063

16245

42825

2794

1554

Couva/Tabaquite/Talparo

San Juan/Laventille

Tunapuna/Piarco
TOBAGO

Note: Persons in the 0 9 age group as at January 9th 2011 and persons who moved to
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3. MARITAL STATUS
Marital status is the personal status of each individual in relation to the marriage laws or customs
of the country (UN Principles and Recommendations, Revision 2, 2008). The 2011 Census
recognized the following marital status categories, never married, married, widowed, legally
separated and divorced. In Trinidad and Tobago, marriages according to the Hindu or Muslim
marriage ordinances are recognized legally. It should be noted that a legally married person who
has not had the marriage dissolved, is still regarded as married whether or not he or she was
living with the person to whom he or she is married.
Proportion Ever Married
Table 3.1 provides data collected for persons 14 years or older and shows that 48.9 % of the
population had never been married, 41.2% were married, 5.3% were widowed, and 4.7% were
either divorced or legally separated. It also shows that males were more likely than females to
have been never married or be married while females were more likely than males to have been
widowed or be divorced/legally separated.
Table 3.1:
Percentage Distribution of the Population by Marital Status and sex
(14 Years and over) 2011
Marital Status

Total

Male

Female

1067020

532380

534640

Never Married

48.9

51.8

46.0

Married

41.2

41.4

40.9

Widowed

5.3

2.4

8.0

Divorced and Legally Separated

4.7

4.3

5.1

Total

Note: Not Stated was re-distributed among marital status categories

Singulate Mean Age at First Marriage (SMAM)


The singulate mean age at first marriage (SMAM) is an indicator of the mean age at first marriage
among those who marry by some pre-defined age limit. This was estimated to be 29.2 years and
31.8 years for females and males respectively in 2011, up from 28.1 years for females and 31.4
years for males in 2000, thus representing a marginal increase. This method assumes that no first
marriage occurs after age 50 or before age 15. (Refer to Data Table 15)

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4. FERTILITY
The cohort fertility rate measures the number of children born alive to specific real cohorts of
women by the end of their childbearing period. For the cohort of women aged 45-49 years at the
time of the 2011 Population and Housing Census, the cohort fertility rate was estimated to be 2.5
live born children per woman on average. These women would have been born in the early to
mid-1960s. Table 4.1 permits a comparison of the completed fertility levels of such women relative
to those who would have been at the end of their childbearing period at the time of the 1990 and
2000 Population and Housing Censuses. The latter set of women would have been born in the
early to mid-1940s and early to mid-1950s respectively and exhibit cohort fertility rates indicative
of a steady decline in fertility from 4.1 live born children per woman for those on the verge of
completing their childbearing lifetime in 1990 to 3.1 and 2.5 for those completing their childbearing
lifetime in 2000 and 2011 respectively.

Table 4.1:
Selected Fertility Rates, 2011, 2000 and 1990

Cohort Fertility Rate
Proportion who remained
childless

2011

2000

1990

2.5

3.1

4.1

12.8

10.0

8.3

Table 4.1 shows the Index of Childlessness which measures the proportion of women who
remained childless at the end of their childbearing period. Between 1990 and 2011, the prevalence
of childlessness increased considerably from 8.3% to 12.8% among women attaining ages
consistent with the termination of their childbearing lifetime. In spite of an increasingly larger
female cohort aged 45-49 years, a smaller proportion of these women had children with the
passage of successive intercensal periods.

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5. HOUSEHOLDS AND THEIR CHARACTERISTICS


Household Stock and Intercensal Growth
For statistical purposes, a household has a special meaning. It is defined as a group of persons
who usually eat together and share common living arrangements. The 2011 census revealed
that 1,322,546 persons lived in 401,382 private households as compared to the 2000 census
which showed that 1,250,652 persons lived in 343,180 private households. The remaining 5,473
persons in the total population lived in institutions or were street dwellers. The total number of
households increased 17% over the intercensal period.
All the municipalities showed increases in the number of households with the exception of the
City of Port of Spain and the City of San Fernando. The increases were most evident in the
Borough of Chaguanas, Sangre Grande and Tobago. This is a reversal of earlier public housing
programmes that predominantly provided homes in the major urban areas. The data clearly show
a more dispersed pattern of housing allocations, whether public or private. Table 5.1 below shows
the annual rate of growth in both population and households by municipality. It indicates that the
rate of growth in households has outpaced the rate of growth in population since the 2000 census,
resulting in a decline in the size of an average household.
Table 5.1 shows intercensal growth in household stock between the censuses of 2000 and 2011.
Specifically, the number of households in Trinidad increased by 16.2% while the number in Tobago
increased by 32.6%, being more than twice the number that was observed for Trinidad.

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Table 5.1
Changes in Non-institutional Population and Household Characteristics, 2000-2011,
Trinidad and Tobago

Number of
Occupied Private
Households

Non-Institutional
Population

Municipality

Average
Household
Size

Average
Annual
Rate of
Growth
in
Population

Average
Annual Rate
of Growth
in
Households

2011

2000

2011

2000

2011

2000

2000-2011

2000-2011

1,322,546

1,250,652

401,382

343,180

3.3

3.6

0.5%

1.5%

1,261,812

1,197,426

381,257

328,000

3.3

3.7

0.5%

1.4%

City of Port of Spain

35,914

46,021

12,333

14,487

2.9

3.2

-2.3%

-1.5%

City of San
Fernando

48,635

55,042

15,110

16,016

3.2

3.4

-1.2%

-0.6%

Borough of Arima

33,404

32,114

9,779

8,400

3.4

3.8

0.4%

1.4%

Borough of
Chaguanas

83,489

67,248

24,644

17,819

3.4

3.8

2.0%

3.1%

Borough of Point
Fortin

20,161

18,941

6,680

5,715

3.0

3.3

0.6%

1.5%

Couva/Tabaquite/
Talparo

178160

162,259

51,817

41,941

3.4

3.9

0.9%

2.0%

Diego Martin

102,340

103,930

32,404

29,352

3.2

3.5

-0.1%

0.9%

Mayaro/Rio Claro

35,649

33,474

10,351

8,852

3.4

3.8

0.6%

1.5%

Penal/Debe

89,342

83,579

26,067

21,779

3.4

3.8

0.6%

1.7%

Princes Town

102,369

91,901

29,661

23,492

3.5

3.9

1.0%

2.2%

San Juan/Laventille

157,021

156,966

49,404

45,926

3.2

3.4

0.0%

0.7%

Sangre Grande

75,605

64,187

22,706

16,622

3.3

3.9

1.5%

2.9%

Siparia

86,898

81,825

26,125

22,393

3.3

3.7

0.6%

1.5%

212,825

199,939

64,176

55,206

3.3

3.6

0.6%

1.4%

60,734

53,226

20,125

15,180

3.0

3.5

1.2%

2.7%

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

TRINIDAD

Tunapuna/Piarco

TOBAGO

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Household Size and Intercensal Change


Table 5.1 shows that in Trinidad and Tobago, there was an average of 3.3 persons in each
household at the time of the 2011 census, down from 3.6 in 2000. While the average size declined
from 3.7 to 3.3 in Trinidad, the growth of single-person households drove the decline in household
size in Tobago to 3.0 in 2011, from 3.5 in 2000.
Within the regions of Trinidad and Tobago, average household sizes ranged between 2.9 and 3.5.
Princes Town, Mayaro/Rio Claro and Couva/Tabaquite/Talparo had the largest average household
sizes at 3.5, 3.4 and 3.4 respectively, while the smallest average household sizes were observed
in the City of Port of Spain (2.9) and the Borough of Point Fortin (3.0). Chart 5.1 shows that the
average size of households in rural municipalities still tended to be higher than that of households
in more urbanized municipalities.
Chart 5.1:
Average Household Size in Trinidad and Tobago by Municipality 2011 & 2000

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There are many factors that contribute to the determination of household size. The industrialization
of Trinidad and Tobago has brought with it the first-world phenomenon of growth in the number
of persons who live alone. Other contributing factors are the declining fertility rates and the
increased number of divorces since 2000. Based on the 2011 census, the number of singleperson households has risen to 76,698 from 46,259 in 2000, (an increase of 68%). The number
of single-person households represented 19% of all households in Trinidad and Tobago in 2011.
Table 5.2
Single-Person Households by Municipality

Number of
Households

Number
of SinglePerson
Households

SinglePerson
Households
as a %
of Total
Households

% SinglePerson
Households
(Column %)

City of Port of Spain

12333

3431

28%

4%

City of San Fernando

15110

2886

19%

4%

9779

1549

16%

2%

Borough of Chaguanas

24644

3812

15%

5%

Borough of Point Fortin

6680

1755

26%

2%

Couva/ Tabaquite/ Talparo

51817

7808

15%

10%

Diego Martin

32404

6985

22%

9%

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

10351

1816

18%

2%

Penal/ Debe

26067

3628

14%

5%

Princes Town

29661

4721

16%

6%

San Juan / Laventille

49404

11299

23%

15%

Sangre Grande

22706

4630

20%

6%

Siparia

26126

4985

19%

6%

Tunapuna/ Piarco

64176

11946

19%

16%

Tobago

20126

5447

27%

7%

TOTAL

401384

76698

19%

100%

Borough of Arima

As seen in Table 5.2 above, single-person households comprised 28% of all households in
the City of Port of Spain. It can be observed in Chart 5.2 that the largest number of singleperson households was found in Tunapuna/Piarco. Tunapuna/Piarco also has the tallest bar
which indicates it has the largest number of households in Trinidad and Tobago. The Borough

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of Point Fortin, on the other hand, has the lowest bar suggesting that it has the lowest number of
households. The colour coding reveals the disaggregation by household size for each municipality.
Table 12 in the Data Tables Section of this report provides additional data on the distribution of
all households by municipality. In Princes Town, just 16 % of all households were single-person
as compared to one quarter having five or more persons. The reverse was true of the Borough
of Point Fortin, where 5+ person households accounted for one fifth of all households and single
person households constituting just 26%.
Chart 5.2:
Number of Households by Size, 2011: Municipalities in Trinidad and Tobago

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With respect to single-person households, men accounted for the majority, some 65% of all
persons living alone. However, women outnumbered men among persons 65 years or older living
alone. The predominance of men over women among persons living alone is a phenomenon that
is evident across all municipalities as seen in Chart 5.3. In Sangre Grande and Mayaro/Rio Claro,
7 out of every 10 single-person households were occupied by a male.
Chart 5.3:
Single-Person Households by Sex of Occupant and Municipality, 2011

Among single-person households, Table 5.3 and Chart 5.4 indicate that larger numbers of
occupants were 45-64 years than any of the other age groups 15-24 years, 25-44 years or 65
years or older; this being the case irrespective of sex. Among persons 45-64 years living alone,
the largest number consisted of persons 50-54 years. The older working population, the 45-64
year age group, represented 41% of the single-person households whilst the younger working
population, the 25-44 year age group, accounted for 30% of single-person households.
Persons 15-24 years living alone constituted only 3% of the total number of single-person
households, while the number of males living alone was 1.8 times the number of females living
alone. For persons living alone, the preponderance of males over females persisted among those
aged 15-24 years, 25-44 years and 45-64 years. However, the male predominance was reduced
somewhat in the 45-64 age group and females were more predominant that males among persons
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Table 5.3:
Single-Person Households by Sex and Age Group 2011, Trinidad and Tobago

Total 15 - 24 years

Both Sexes

25 -44 years

45 - 64 years

65+ years

76,699

2,379

22,852

31,705

19,763

Male

49,601

1,748

16,937

21,653

9,263

Female

27,098

631

5,915

10,052

10,500

Chart 5.4:
Single-Person households by sex and selected age groups

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6. HOUSEHOLD HEADSHIP
With respect to the sex of household heads, Table 6.1 shows headship status for all households
in Trinidad and Tobago and all municipalities based on the 2011 census. Even though twice
as many household heads were men, the proportion of households headed by females was
substantial, at 33%. Table 6.1 below also shows the prevalence of male-headed and femaleheaded households for each municipality. In the City of Port of Spain, San Juan/Laventille, the
City of San Fernando and in Diego Martin, there was a greater prevalence of female-headed
households than in the other municipalities, notably Penal/Debe, Mayaro/Rio Claro and Couva/
Tabaquite/Talparo, where male-headed households tended to be markedly more predominant.
This phenomenon may be more of an urban feature since the prevalence of femaleheaded
households in the City of Port of Spain was nearly twice that of Penal/Debe.
Table 11 in the Data Tables Section of this report, gives the breakdown of heads of households
by age group. In Trinidad and Tobago, 2 out of every 3 households are headed by a male. Table
6.2 indicates that in all the age groups from 20-24 years to 55-59 years, the ratio of male-headed
to female-headed households was above the national average. Noteworthy is the case of the
80 years or older group, which is the only instance of female-headed households outnumbering
male-headed households. Most of the males heading households were between the ages of 4549 years while the majority of female heads were 50-54 years.
Table 6.1:
Household Heads - Summary by Municipality and Sex 2011, Trinidad and Tobago
Municipality

Total

TRINIDAD
City of Port of Spain
City of San Fernando
Borough of Arima
Borough of Chaguanas
Borough of Point Fortin
Couva/ Tabaquite/ Talparo
Diego Martin
Mayaro/ Rio Claro
Penal/ Debe
Princes Town
San Juan / Laventille
Sangre Grande
Siparia
Tunapuna/ Piarco
TOBAGO
TOTAL

Male Headed

% Male
Headed

Female
Headed

% Female
Headed

12,333
15,111
9,780
24,644
6,679
51,818
32,404
10,351
26,067
29,661
49,404
22,706
26,125
64,176

6,756
9,437
6,235
17,078
4,323
38,308
20,449
7,726
19,682
21,729
29,835
15,755
18,315
41,372

55%
62%
64%
69%
65%
74%
63%
75%
76%
73%
60%
69%
70%
64%

5,577
5,674
3,545
7,565
2,356
13,510
11,955
2,625
6,385
7,932
19,569
6,952
7,810
22,804

45%
38%
36%
31%
35%
26%
37%
25%
24%
27%
40%
31%
30%
36%

20,125
401,384

12,865
269,865

64%
67%

7,260
131,519

36%
33%

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Table 6.2:
Household Heads by Age Group and Sex 2011, Trinidad and Tobago
Age Group

Both Sexes

Male

Female

Sex Ratio (M/F)

401383

269863

131520

2.1

15 - 19 years

730

476

254

1.9

20 - 24 years

6867

4583

2284

2.0

25 - 29 years

21934

15388

6546

2.4

30 - 34 years

31939

23487

8452

2.8

35 - 39 years

36816

26925

9891

2.7

40 - 44 years

40072

29023

11049

2.6

45 - 49 years

49869

35520

14349

2.5

50 - 54 years

49816

34348

15467

2.2

55 - 59 years

44641

30074

14567

2.1

60 - 64 years

37892

24746

13146

1.9

65 - 69 years

29611

18266

11345

1.6

70 - 74 years

21086

11910

9177

1.3

75 - 79 years

14634

7758

6876

1.1

80+ years

15476

7359

8117

0.9

TOTAL

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Table 6.3 takes a look at the households that responded to current economic activity status. It
indicates that 63% of household heads were engaged in paid employment, while 37% were not
working.
The table below demonstrates that in households with 4 persons, 73% of the heads were
engaged in paid employment whereas for single person households, 56% of respondents were
economically active. However, in the case of single-person households in which the occupants
were 65 years or older, just 36% of such occupants were not economically active.
Table 6.3
Household Heads by Size and Earning Status 2011, Trinidad and Tobago
Household Heads
Total

Paid
Employment

% Paid
Employment

Not Working

% Not Working

I person

66,032

37,126

56%

28,906

44%

2 persons

74,368

42,822

58%

31,546

42%

3 persons

73,526

48,922

67%

24,604

33%

4 persons

70,849

51,715

73%

19,134

27%

5+ persons

87,170

55,242

63%

31,928

37%

371,945

235,827

63%

136,118

37%

TOTAL

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TABLE 1a
TOTAL POPULATION - NON INSTITUTIONAL, COLLECTIVE LIVING AND STREET DWELLERS BY
MUNICIPALITY 2011 (DE FACTO)
MUNICIPALITY

Non
Institutional
Population

Collective
Living
Population

Street
Dwellers

Ships in
Harbour

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

1,332,901

1,325,569

6,495

534

303

TRINIDAD

1,271,201

1,264,625

5,760

513

303

City of Port of Spain

37,522

36,093

1,036

307

86

City of San Fernando

48,976

48,767

164

45

Borough of Arima

33,677

33,475

186

16

Borough of Chaguanas

83,692

83,666

13

13

Borough of Point Fortin

20,318

20,210

79

25

Couva/ Tabaquite/ Talparo

178,828

178,384

249

192

Diego Martin

103,390

102,756

606

28

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

35,683

35,682

Penal/ Debe

89,550

89,500

49

Princes Town

102,507

102,501

San Juan / Laventille

157,827

157,467

324

36

Sangre Grande

75,863

75,702

149

12

Siparia

87,075

87,024

50

216,293

213,398

2,854

40

TOBAGO

61,700

60,944

735

21

St.Andrew

Tunapuna/ Piarco

17,654

17,492

146

16

St.David

8,821

8,749

72

St.George

6,886

6,867

18

St.John

2,911

2,838

73

St.Mary

3,309

3,308

16,054

15,628

426

6,064

6,061

St.Patrick
St.Paul

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TABLE 1b
TOTAL POPULATION - NON INSTITUTIONAL, COLLECTIVE LIVING AND STREET DWELLERS BY
MUNICIPALITY 2011 (DE JURE)
MUNICIPALITY

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

Total Population

Non Institutional
Population

Collective Living
Population

Street Dwellers

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

1,328,019

1,322,546

4,939

534

1,267,144

1,261,811

4,821

513

City of Port of Spain

37,074

35,914

854

307

City of San Fernando

48,838

48,635

158

45

Borough of Arima

33,606

33,404

186

16

Borough of Chaguanas

83,516

83,489

13

13

Borough of Point Fortin

20,235

20,161

70

Couva/ Tabaquite/ Talparo

178,410

178,160

247

Diego Martin

102,957

102,340

590

28

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

35,650

35,649

Penal/ Debe

89,392

89,342

49

Princes Town

102,375

102,369

San Juan / Laventille

157,258

157,021

201

36

Sangre Grande

75,766

75,605

149

12

Siparia

86,949

86,898

50

215,119

212,825

2,254

40

TOBAGO

60,874

60,735

118

21

St.Andrew

17,536

17,440

79

16

St.David

8,733

8,733

St.George

6,875

6,856

18

St.John

2,825

2,825

St.Mary

3,297

3,296

15,560

15,539

21

6,048

6,045

TRINIDAD

Tunapuna/ Piarco

St.Patrick
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TABLE 2a
TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
AGE GROUP

MUNICIPALITY

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

1,328,019

94,075

91,285

87,920

98,330

114,184

123,454

105,528

92,493

1,267,144

89,241

86,808

83,733

93,636

109,169

118,102

100,851

88,436

City of Port of Spain

37,074

2,288

2,266

2,188

2,392

2,790

3,147

2,577

2,146

City of
San Fernando

48,838

3,123

3,143

2,970

3,278

3,878

4,370

3,823

3,217

Borough of Arima

33,606

2,326

2,325

2,146

2,272

2,822

3,057

2,769

2,300

Borough of
Chaguanas

83,516

5,802

5,698

5,342

6,172

6,965

8,230

7,432

6,647

Borough of Point
Fortin

20,235

1,597

1,455

1,338

1,536

1,863

2,014

1,494

1,248

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

178,410

12,684

12,072

11,618

13,050

15,307

17,250

14,823

13,140

Diego Martin

102,957

6,840

6,857

6,772

7,342

8,113

8,867

7,397

6,591

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

35,650

2,719

2,678

2,644

2,971

3,401

3,213

2,617

2,342

Penal/ Debe

89,392

5,917

5,705

5,522

6,342

7,702

8,725

7,347

6,493

Princes Town

102,375

7,572

6,919

6,848

8,021

9,323

9,994

8,228

7,108

San Juan /
Laventille

157,258

11,952

11,435

10,764

11,471

13,413

15,034

12,648

10,494

Sangre Grande

75,766

5,918

5,847

5,629

6,020

7,021

6,863

5,836

5,306

Siparia

86,949

6,270

5,903

5,654

6,447

8,038

8,065

6,613

5,478

215,119

14,231

14,506

14,298

16,324

18,532

19,273

17,248

15,927

TOBAGO

60,874

4,834

4,477

4,187

4,694

5,015

5,351

4,677

4,057

St.Andrew

17,536

1,368

1,287

1,155

1,302

1,403

1,435

1,378

1,235

St.David

8,733

712

696

641

715

738

787

662

604

St.George

6,875

555

490

522

590

553

608

515

470

St.John

2,825

234

199

231

230

247

226

194

167

TRINIDAD

Tunapuna/ Piarco

St.Mary
St.Patrick
St.Paul

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ALL
AGES

3,297

285

230

235

313

305

299

245

206

15,560

1,191

1,108

966

1,065

1,189

1,394

1,269

1,040

6,048

488

466

438

480

581

602

413

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TABLE 2a
TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
AGE GROUP

MUNICIPALITY

40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

Not
Stated

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

(19)

86,121

96,066

87,141

73,179

58,618

44,617

30,274

20,740

23,340

652

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

82,299

91,490

83,185

70,108

56,126

42,728

28,825

19,678

22,096

631

TRINIDAD

2,028

2,332

2,520

2,395

2,150

1,703

1,214

997

1,558

385

City of Port of Spain

2,856

3,373

3,386

2,908

2,532

2,020

1,404

1,057

1,454

45

City of
San Fernando

2,125

2,398

2,129

1,979

1,632

1,227

835

532

716

16

Borough of Arima

5,966

6,211

5,408

4,523

3,429

2,495

1,562

838

783

13

Borough of
Chaguanas

1,119

1,464

1,315

1,129

863

524

445

342

486

Borough of Point
Fortin

12,379

13,728

11,949

9,907

7,414

5,440

3,367

2,163

2,115

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

6,349

7,347

6,887

5,736

5,104

4,283

3,250

2,452

2,715

56

Diego Martin

2,464

2,706

2,230

1,705

1,310

933

798

470

445

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

6,241

7,199

6,229

5,016

3,675

2,991

1,978

1,165

1,143

Penal/ Debe

6,747

7,715

6,512

5,346

3,952

3,227

2,062

1,340

1,456

Princes Town

9,711

10,465

9,844

8,458

6,726

5,025

3,767

2,777

3,238

36

San Juan /
Laventille

4,914

5,237

4,653

3,857

2,839

2,120

1,528

995

1,171

12

Sangre Grande

5,459

6,415

5,862

5,029

3,758

2,848

1,980

1,431

1,699

Siparia

13,940

14,901

14,261

12,121

10,741

7,889

4,637

3,119

3,117

52

Tunapuna/ Piarco

3,822

4,576

3,955

3,070

2,492

1,889

1,449

1,062

1,244

21

TOBAGO

1,088

1,314

1,124

916

780

609

438

329

358

16

St.Andrew

570

643

499

433

294

235

172

155

178

St.David

457

492

448

316

258

192

158

103

146

St.George

163

230

190

159

92

76

74

51

62

St.John

179

267

208

137

120

89

61

54

63

St.Mary

998

1,148

1,069

842

741

528

421

269

325

St.Patrick

368

482

417

267

207

160

126

102

112

St.Paul

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TABLE 2a
TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
AGE GROUP

MUNICIPALITY

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

47,806

46,339

49,667

57,358

62,214

666,305

44,915

53,851

46,822

635,928

45,352

44,018

42,721

47,305

54,799

59,637

51,558

44,884

City of Port of Spain

18,008

1,180

1,142

1,106

1,166

1,348

1,584

1,272

1,035

City of
San Fernando

23,791

1,620

1,523

1,510

1,636

1,924

2,214

1,911

1,616

Borough of Arima

16,595

1,139

1,197

1,092

1,191

1,434

1,490

1,411

1,146

Borough of
Chaguanas

41,677

2,924

2,878

2,742

3,128

3,481

4,109

3,700

3,408

Borough of Point
Fortin

10,097

796

773

666

748

949

1,038

725

636

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

90,795

6,420

6,225

5,861

6,717

7,653

8,929

7,608

6,714

Diego Martin

50,718

3,498

3,488

3,493

3,731

4,032

4,393

3,711

3,237

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

18,530

1,367

1,373

1,404

1,537

1,707

1,656

1,336

1,253

Penal/ Debe

45,456

3,026

2,906

2,807

3,177

3,905

4,405

3,895

3,320

Princes Town

52,382

3,823

3,506

3,538

4,055

4,755

5,105

4,337

3,664

San Juan /
Laventille

77,878

6,137

5,696

5,497

5,743

6,543

7,354

6,396

5,191

Sangre Grande

38,921

3,020

2,893

2,890

3,070

3,544

3,512

3,040

2,781

Siparia

44,375

3,188

3,051

2,961

3,277

4,097

4,115

3,417

2,805

106,704

7,214

7,369

7,155

8,130

9,428

9,733

8,798

8,078

TOBAGO

30,377

2,455

2,321

2,194

2,362

2,559

2,577

2,293

1,938

St.Andrew

8,545

673

657

596

649

727

666

651

584

St.David

4,495

357

370

332

355

402

405

333

314

St.George

3,411

278

254

278

302

268

291

266

203

St.John

1,487

108

114

122

110

134

122

104

75

TRINIDAD

Tunapuna/ Piarco

48

ALL
AGES

St.Mary

1,670

147

116

126

157

156

139

131

88

St.Patrick

7,643

631

562

499

541

585

652

596

505

St.Paul

3,125

260

247

241

247

287

302

213

170

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 2a
TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
AGE GROUP

MUNICIPALITY

40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

Not
Stated

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

(19)

43,454

48,643

43,943

36,688

29,620

21,564

14,197

9,278

9,376

569

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

41,596

46,346

41,919

35,147

28,317

20,659

13,503

8,783

8,836

550

TRINIDAD

991

1,134

1,239

1,137

1,100

845

516

407

489

316

City of Port of Spain

1,387

1,610

1,636

1,434

1,203

917

627

431

550

42

City of San
Fernando

1,031

1,184

1,016

982

780

597

380

228

283

14

Borough of Arima

2,987

3,101

2,729

2,230

1,630

1,210

733

404

270

13

Borough of
Chaguanas

563

701

678

601

447

236

195

141

201

Borough of Point
Fortin

6,436

7,088

6,047

5,070

3,869

2,639

1,570

1,013

934

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

3,120

3,639

3,361

2,745

2,508

2,050

1,521

1,050

1,091

53

Diego Martin

1,260

1,470

1,248

935

688

450

405

221

220

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

3,294

3,706

3,192

2,591

1,840

1,416

953

554

466

Penal/ Debe

3,530

4,050

3,335

2,807

2,054

1,580

998

623

617

Princes Town

4,792

5,236

4,955

4,223

3,400

2,455

1,730

1,224

1,275

35

San Juan /
Laventille

2,538

2,705

2,512

1,990

1,522

1,083

756

491

563

11

Sangre Grande

2,807

3,300

3,085

2,624

1,944

1,382

966

661

694

Siparia

6,859

7,422

6,888

5,779

5,333

3,798

2,152

1,336

1,183

51

Tunapuna/ Piarco

1,858

2,297

2,024

1,541

1,303

906

694

494

541

19

TOBAGO

509

654

560

413

418

272

208

150

145

14

St.Andrew

286

331

283

216

149

117

96

69

79

St.David

242

234

238

164

123

94

74

45

57

St.George

86

109

111

107

62

42

37

24

20

St.John

87

135

112

68

76

42

25

32

33

St.Mary

465

572

507

417

364

277

195

126

150

St.Patrick

183

263

213

156

112

62

58

49

57

St.Paul

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49

TABLE 2a
TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
MUNICIPALITY

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

ALL
AGES

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

661,714

46,268

44,946

43,005

48,664

56,826

61,239

51,677

45,671

631,216

43,889

42,790

41,012

46,331

54,371

58,466

49,293

43,552

City of Port of Spain

19,066

1,107

1,123

1,082

1,226

1,442

1,563

1,304

1,111

City of San
Fernando

25,047

1,504

1,620

1,460

1,642

1,955

2,156

1,912

1,601

Borough of Arima

17,012

1,187

1,129

1,054

1,081

1,388

1,567

1,358

1,154

Borough of
Chaguanas

41,839

2,878

2,821

2,600

3,044

3,484

4,121

3,733

3,238

Borough of Point
Fortin

10,138

801

682

672

788

914

976

769

612

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

87,614

6,264

5,847

5,758

6,333

7,654

8,321

7,215

6,427

Diego Martin

52,239

3,342

3,369

3,279

3,611

4,082

4,474

3,686

3,355

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

17,120

1,352

1,306

1,241

1,434

1,694

1,557

1,281

1,088

Penal/ Debe

43,935

2,891

2,799

2,715

3,165

3,796

4,320

3,451

3,172

Princes Town

49,992

3,750

3,413

3,310

3,966

4,568

4,888

3,891

3,443

San Juan /
Laventille

79,379

5,816

5,739

5,267

5,728

6,870

7,680

6,252

5,303

Sangre Grande

36,845

2,898

2,954

2,739

2,949

3,478

3,351

2,796

2,525

Siparia

42,574

3,081

2,853

2,693

3,170

3,941

3,950

3,195

2,673

108,415

7,017

7,137

7,143

8,195

9,104

9,541

8,450

7,850

TOBAGO

30,498

2,379

2,156

1,993

2,333

2,455

2,774

2,384

2,119

St.Andrew

8,990

694

630

559

653

676

769

727

652

St.David

4,238

355

326

309

360

336

381

329

290

St.George

3,464

277

236

244

287

285

317

250

267

St.John

1,338

126

85

109

120

113

104

90

92

TRINIDAD

Tunapuna/ Piarco

50

AGE GROUP

St.Mary

1,628

139

115

109

156

149

160

115

118

St.Patrick

7,917

560

545

466

525

604

742

673

535

St.Paul

2,923

228

219

197

233

293

300

200

166

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 2a
TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

Not
Stated

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

(19)

MUNICIPALITY

42,667

47,423

43,198

36,491

28,998

23,052

16,077

11,462

13,964

83

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

40,703

45,145

41,267

34,962

27,809

22,069

15,322

10,894

13,260

81

TRINIDAD

1,037

1,198

1,281

1,257

1,050

859

698

590

1,069

69

City of Port of Spain

1,468

1,763

1,751

1,473

1,329

1,103

776

626

904

City of San
Fernando

1,094

1,213

1,113

998

852

631

455

304

433

Borough of Arima

2,979

3,110

2,680

2,293

1,799

1,285

829

434

513

Borough of
Chaguanas

555

763

637

528

416

288

249

201

285

Borough of Point
Fortin

5,943

6,640

5,902

4,837

3,545

2,801

1,796

1,149

1,181

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

3,229

3,708

3,526

2,991

2,597

2,233

1,729

1,402

1,624

Diego Martin

1,204

1,236

982

771

623

484

393

249

225

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

2,947

3,492

3,037

2,426

1,835

1,575

1,025

611

677

Penal/ Debe

3,217

3,664

3,177

2,539

1,899

1,647

1,063

717

839

Princes Town

4,920

5,229

4,889

4,236

3,326

2,570

2,037

1,553

1,963

San Juan /
Laventille

2,376

2,533

2,141

1,866

1,318

1,036

771

504

608

Sangre Grande

2,652

3,115

2,777

2,405

1,813

1,466

1,014

771

1,005

Siparia

7,082

7,479

7,373

6,342

5,408

4,091

2,485

1,783

1,933

Tunapuna/ Piarco

1,965

2,279

1,931

1,529

1,189

983

756

568

703

TOBAGO

580

661

565

503

362

337

230

180

213

St.Andrew

284

312

216

216

145

118

76

86

98

St.David

215

259

210

152

135

98

83

58

90

St.George

77

121

79

52

30

34

37

27

42

St.John

92

132

96

70

45

47

36

22

30

St.Mary

533

576

561

425

377

251

226

143

175

St.Patrick

184

219

204

111

95

98

68

53

55

St.Paul

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

51

TABLE 2b
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
AGE GROUP

MUNICIPALITY

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

100

7.08

6.87

6.62

7.40

8.60

9.30

7.95

6.96

95.42

6.72

6.54

6.31

7.05

8.22

8.89

7.59

6.66

City of Port of Spain

2.79

0.17

0.17

0.16

0.18

0.21

0.24

0.19

0.16

City of San
Fernando

3.68

0.24

0.24

0.22

0.25

0.29

0.33

0.29

0.24

Borough of Arima

2.53

0.18

0.18

0.16

0.17

0.21

0.23

0.21

0.17

Borough of
Chaguanas

6.29

0.44

0.43

0.40

0.46

0.52

0.62

0.56

0.50

Borough of Point
Fortin

1.52

0.12

0.11

0.10

0.12

0.14

0.15

0.11

0.09

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

13.43

0.96

0.91

0.87

0.98

1.15

1.30

1.12

0.99

Diego Martin

7.75

0.52

0.52

0.51

0.55

0.61

0.67

0.56

0.5

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

2.68

0.20

0.20

0.20

0.22

0.26

0.24

0.20

0.18

Penal/ Debe

6.73

0.45

0.43

0.42

0.48

0.58

0.66

0.55

0.49

Princes Town

7.71

0.57

0.52

0.52

0.60

0.70

0.75

0.62

0.54

11.84

0.90

0.86

0.81

0.86

1.01

1.13

0.95

0.79

Sangre Grande

5.71

0.45

0.44

0.42

0.45

0.53

0.52

0.44

0.40

Siparia

6.55

0.47

0.44

0.43

0.49

0.61

0.61

0.50

0.41

Tunapuna/ Piarco

16.2

1.07

1.09

1.08

1.23

1.40

1.45

1.30

1.20

TOBAGO

4.58

0.36

0.34

0.32

0.35

0.38

0.40

0.35

0.31

St.Andrew

1.32

0.10

0.10

0.09

0.10

0.11

0.11

0.10

0.09

St.David

0.66

0.05

0.05

0.05

0.05

0.06

0.06

0.05

0.05

St.George

0.52

0.04

0.04

0.04

0.04

0.04

0.05

0.04

0.04

St.John

0.21

0.02

0.01

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.01

0.01

TRINIDAD

San Juan /
Laventille

52

ALL
AGES

St.Mary

0.25

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.02

St.Patrick

1.17

0.09

0.08

0.07

0.08

0.09

0.10

0.10

0.08

St.Paul

0.46

0.04

0.04

0.03

0.04

0.04

0.05

0.03

0.03

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 2b
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
AGE GROUP

MUNICIPALITY

40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

Not
Stated

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

(19)

6.48

7.23

6.56

5.51

4.41

3.36

2.28

1.56

1.76

0.05

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

6.20

6.89

6.26

5.28

4.23

3.22

2.17

1.48

1.66

0.05

TRINIDAD

0.15

0.18

0.19

0.18

0.16

0.13

0.09

0.08

0.12

0.03

City of Port of Spain

0.22

0.25

0.25

0.22

0.19

0.15

0.11

0.08

0.11

0.00

City of San
Fernando

0.16

0.18

0.16

0.15

0.12

0.09

0.06

0.04

0.05

0.00

Borough of Arima

0.45

0.47

0.41

0.34

0.26

0.19

0.12

0.06

0.06

0.00

Borough of
Chaguanas

0.08

0.11

0.10

0.08

0.07

0.04

0.03

0.03

0.04

0.00

Borough of Point
Fortin

0.93

1.03

0.90

0.75

0.56

0.41

0.25

0.16

0.16

0.00

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

0.48

0.55

0.52

0.43

0.38

0.32

0.24

0.18

0.20

0.00

Diego Martin

0.19

0.20

0.17

0.13

0.10

0.07

0.06

0.04

0.03

0.00

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

0.47

0.54

0.47

0.38

0.28

0.23

0.15

0.09

0.09

0.00

Penal/ Debe

0.51

0.58

0.49

0.40

0.30

0.24

0.16

0.10

0.11

0.00

Princes Town

0.73

0.79

0.74

0.64

0.51

0.38

0.28

0.21

0.24

0.00

San Juan /
Laventille

0.37

0.39

0.35

0.29

0.21

0.16

0.12

0.07

0.09

0.00

Sangre Grande

0.41

0.48

0.44

0.38

0.28

0.21

0.15

0.11

0.13

0.00

Siparia

1.05

1.12

1.07

0.91

0.81

0.59

0.35

0.23

0.23

0.00

Tunapuna/ Piarco

0.29

0.34

0.30

0.23

0.19

0.14

0.11

0.08

0.09

0.00

TOBAGO

0.08

0.10

0.08

0.07

0.06

0.05

0.03

0.02

0.03

0.00

St.Andrew

0.04

0.05

0.04

0.03

0.02

0.02

0.01

0.01

0.01

St.David

0.03

0.04

0.03

0.02

0.02

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.00

St.George

0.01

0.02

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.00

0.00

St.John

0.01

0.02

0.02

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

St.Mary

0.08

0.09

0.08

0.06

0.06

0.04

0.03

0.02

0.02

St.Patrick

0.03

0.04

0.03

0.02

0.02

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.00

St.Paul

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

53

TABLE 2b
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
AGE GROUP

MUNICIPALITY

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

50.17

3.60

3.49

3.38

3.74

4.32

4.68

4.05

3.53

47.89

3.41

3.31

3.22

3.56

4.13

4.49

3.88

3.38

City of Port of Spain

1.36

0.09

0.09

0.08

0.09

0.10

0.12

0.10

0.08

City of San
Fernando

1.79

0.12

0.11

0.11

0.12

0.14

0.17

0.14

0.12

Borough of Arima

1.25

0.09

0.09

0.08

0.09

0.11

0.11

0.11

0.09

Borough of
Chaguanas

3.14

0.22

0.22

0.21

0.24

0.26

0.31

0.28

0.26

Borough of Point
Fortin

0.76

0.06

0.06

0.05

0.06

0.07

0.08

0.05

0.05

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

6.84

0.48

0.47

0.44

0.51

0.58

0.67

0.57

0.51

Diego Martin

3.82

0.26

0.26

0.26

0.28

0.30

0.33

0.28

0.24

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

1.40

0.10

0.10

0.11

0.12

0.13

0.12

0.10

0.09

TRINIDAD

Penal/ Debe

3.42

0.23

0.22

0.21

0.24

0.29

0.33

0.29

0.25

Princes Town

3.94

0.29

0.26

0.27

0.31

0.36

0.38

0.33

0.28

San Juan /
Laventille

5.86

0.46

0.43

0.41

0.43

0.49

0.55

0.48

0.39

Sangre Grande

2.93

0.23

0.22

0.22

0.23

0.27

0.26

0.23

0.21

Siparia

3.34

0.24

0.23

0.22

0.25

0.31

0.31

0.26

0.21

Tunapuna/ Piarco

8.03

0.54

0.55

0.54

0.61

0.71

0.73

0.66

0.61

54

ALL
AGES

TOBAGO

2.29

0.18

0.17

0.17

0.18

0.19

0.19

0.17

0.15

St.Andrew

0.64

0.05

0.05

0.04

0.05

0.05

0.05

0.05

0.04

St.David

0.34

0.03

0.03

0.03

0.03

0.03

0.03

0.03

0.02

St.George

0.26

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.02

St.John

0.11

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

St.Mary

0.13

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

St.Patrick

0.58

0.05

0.04

0.04

0.04

0.04

0.05

0.04

0.04

St.Paul

0.24

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.01

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 2b
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
AGE GROUP

MUNICIPALITY

40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

Not
Stated

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

(19)

3.27

3.66

3.31

2.76

2.23

1.62

1.07

0.70

0.71

0.04

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

3.13

3.49

3.16

2.65

2.13

1.56

1.02

0.66

0.67

0.04

TRINIDAD

0.07

0.09

0.09

0.09

0.08

0.06

0.04

0.03

0.04

0.02

City of Port of Spain

0.10

0.12

0.12

0.11

0.09

0.07

0.05

0.03

0.04

0.00

City of San
Fernando

0.08

0.09

0.08

0.07

0.06

0.04

0.03

0.02

0.02

0.00

Borough of Arima

0.22

0.23

0.21

0.17

0.12

0.09

0.06

0.03

0.02

0.00

Borough of
Chaguanas

0.04

0.05

0.05

0.05

0.03

0.02

0.01

0.01

0.02

0.00

Borough of Point
Fortin

0.48

0.53

0.46

0.38

0.29

0.20

0.12

0.08

0.07

0.00

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

0.23

0.27

0.25

0.21

0.19

0.15

0.11

0.08

0.08

0.00

Diego Martin

0.09

0.11

0.09

0.07

0.05

0.03

0.03

0.02

0.02

0.00

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

0.25

0.28

0.24

0.2

0.14

0.11

0.07

0.04

0.04

0.00

Penal/ Debe

0.27

0.3

0.25

0.21

0.15

0.12

0.08

0.05

0.05

0.00

Princes Town

0.36

0.39

0.37

0.32

0.26

0.18

0.13

0.09

0.10

0.00

San Juan /
Laventille

0.19

0.20

0.19

0.15

0.11

0.08

0.06

0.04

0.04

0.00

Sangre Grande

0.21

0.25

0.23

0.20

0.15

0.10

0.07

0.05

0.05

0.00

Siparia

0.52

0.56

0.52

0.44

0.40

0.29

0.16

0.10

0.09

0.00

Tunapuna/ Piarco

0.14

0.17

0.15

0.12

0.10

0.07

0.05

0.04

0.04

0.00

TOBAGO

0.04

0.05

0.04

0.03

0.03

0.02

0.02

0.01

0.01

0.00

St.Andrew

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

St.David

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.00

0.00

0.00

St.George

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

St.John

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

St.Mary

0.04

0.04

0.04

0.03

0.03

0.02

0.01

0.01

0.01

St.Patrick

0.01

0.02

0.02

0.01

0.01

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

St.Paul

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

55

TABLE 2b
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
AGE GROUP

MUNICIPALITY

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

49.83

3.48

3.38

3.24

3.66

4.28

4.61

3.89

3.44

47.53

3.3

3.22

3.09

3.49

4.09

4.4

3.71

3.28

City of Port of Spain

1.44

0.08

0.08

0.08

0.09

0.11

0.12

0.10

0.08

City of San
Fernando

1.89

0.11

0.12

0.11

0.12

0.15

0.16

0.14

0.12

Borough of Arima

1.28

0.09

0.08

0.08

0.08

0.10

0.12

0.10

0.09

Borough of
Chaguanas

3.15

0.22

0.21

0.2

0.23

0.26

0.31

0.28

0.24

Borough of Point
Fortin

0.76

0.06

0.05

0.05

0.06

0.07

0.07

0.06

0.05

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

6.60

0.47

0.44

0.43

0.48

0.58

0.63

0.54

0.48

Diego Martin

3.93

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.27

0.31

0.34

0.28

0.25

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

1.29

0.10

0.10

0.09

0.11

0.13

0.12

0.10

0.08

Penal/ Debe

3.31

0.22

0.21

0.20

0.24

0.29

0.33

0.26

0.24

Princes Town

3.76

0.28

0.26

0.25

0.30

0.34

0.37

0.29

0.26

San Juan /
Laventille

5.98

0.44

0.43

0.40

0.43

0.52

0.58

0.47

0.40

TRINIDAD

Sangre Grande

2.77

0.22

0.22

0.21

0.22

0.26

0.25

0.21

0.19

Siparia

3.21

0.23

0.21

0.20

0.24

0.30

0.30

0.24

0.20

Tunapuna/ Piarco

8.16

0.53

0.54

0.54

0.62

0.69

0.72

0.64

0.59

TOBAGO

2.30

0.18

0.16

0.15

0.18

0.18

0.21

0.18

0.16

St.Andrew

0.68

0.05

0.05

0.04

0.05

0.05

0.06

0.05

0.05

St.David

0.32

0.03

0.02

0.02

0.03

0.03

0.03

0.02

0.02

St.George

0.26

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.02

St.John

0.10

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

56

ALL
AGES

St.Mary

0.12

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

St.Patrick

0.60

0.04

0.04

0.04

0.04

0.05

0.06

0.05

0.04

St.Paul

0.22

0.02

0.02

0.01

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.01

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 2b
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
AGE GROUP

MUNICIPALITY

40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

Not
Stated

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

(19)

3.21

3.57

3.25

2.75

2.18

1.74

1.21

0.86

1.05

0.01

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

3.06

3.40

3.11

2.63

2.09

1.66

1.15

0.82

1.00

0.01

TRINIDAD

0.08

0.09

0.10

0.09

0.08

0.06

0.05

0.04

0.08

0.01

City of Port of Spain

0.11

0.13

0.13

0.11

0.10

0.08

0.06

0.05

0.07

0.00

City of San
Fernando

0.08

0.09

0.08

0.08

0.06

0.05

0.03

0.02

0.03

0.00

Borough of Arima

0.22

0.23

0.20

0.17

0.14

0.10

0.06

0.03

0.04

Borough of
Chaguanas

0.04

0.06

0.05

0.04

0.03

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.02

Borough of Point
Fortin

0.45

0.50

0.44

0.36

0.27

0.21

0.14

0.09

0.09

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

0.24

0.28

0.27

0.23

0.20

0.17

0.13

0.11

0.12

0.00

Diego Martin

0.09

0.09

0.07

0.06

0.05

0.04

0.03

0.02

0.02

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

0.22

0.26

0.23

0.18

0.14

0.12

0.08

0.05

0.05

Penal/ Debe

0.24

0.28

0.24

0.19

0.14

0.12

0.08

0.05

0.06

0.00

Princes Town

0.37

0.39

0.37

0.32

0.25

0.19

0.15

0.12

0.15

0.00

San Juan /
Laventille

0.18

0.19

0.16

0.14

0.10

0.08

0.06

0.04

0.05

0.00

Sangre Grande

0.20

0.23

0.21

0.18

0.14

0.11

0.08

0.06

0.08

Siparia

0.53

0.56

0.56

0.48

0.41

0.31

0.19

0.13

0.15

0.00

Tunapuna/ Piarco

0.15

0.17

0.15

0.12

0.09

0.07

0.06

0.04

0.05

0.00

TOBAGO

0.04

0.05

0.04

0.04

0.03

0.03

0.02

0.01

0.02

0.00

St.Andrew

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

St.David

0.02

0.02

0.02

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.00

0.01

St.George

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

St.John

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

St.Mary

0.04

0.04

0.04

0.03

0.03

0.02

0.02

0.01

0.01

St.Patrick

0.01

0.02

0.02

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.00

0.00

St.Paul

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

57

TABLE 3
TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, SINGLE YEARS OF AGE AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY
Single
Years
of Age

58

Trinidad
and
Tobago

Trinidad

City of
Port of
Spain

City of
San
Fernando

Borough
of Arima

Borough of
Chaguanas

Borough
of Point
Fortin

Couva/
Tabaquite/
Talparo

Diego
Martin

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

All
Ages

1,328,019

1,267,144

37,074

48,838

33,606

83,516

20,235

178,410

102,957

Under
1

16,769

15,895

400

567

408

1,026

294

2,258

1,164

19,225

18,256

488

590

473

1,163

308

2,586

1,405

19,949

18,863

513

692

484

1,185

346

2,683

1,457

19,195

18,248

421

649

493

1,199

343

2,630

1,425

18,936

17,979

465

626

468

1,229

306

2,527

1,389

18,647

17,751

475

658

435

1,142

286

2,466

1,429

18,448

17,544

425

642

439

1,172

301

2,409

1,350

18,692

17,783

486

626

500

1,155

336

2,429

1,386

17,741

16,880

425

626

486

1,136

272

2,366

1,339

17,757

16,851

455

592

466

1,093

261

2,402

1,353

10

19,137

18,195

482

678

503

1,139

330

2,528

1,453

11

17,478

16,641

405

535

398

1,023

297

2,356

1,374

12

16,769

16,014

443

546

386

1,110

238

2,244

1,321

13

17,161

16,322

460

592

429

1,017

231

2,212

1,327

14

17,374

16,561

399

619

430

1,053

241

2,280

1,297

15

18,446

17,572

431

604

429

1,158

307

2,474

1,435

16

18,762

17,881

478

642

447

1,129

265

2,429

1,422

17

19,614

18,643

488

631

445

1,266

280

2,658

1,426

18

21,519

20,426

531

718

505

1,357

338

2,909

1,589

19

19,990

19,113

464

683

446

1,262

345

2,581

1,469

20

22,085

21,128

554

772

570

1,338

365

2,836

1,591

21

21,758

20,824

509

747

518

1,335

343

2,904

1,494

22

22,264

21,294

538

755

544

1,355

372

3,065

1,576

23

23,385

22,344

501

784

589

1,501

376

3,144

1,658

24

24,691

23,580

688

820

602

1,437

408

3,358

1,794

25

26,484

25,364

694

996

645

1,736

437

3,631

1,886

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 3
TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, SINGLE YEARS OF AGE AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY
Mayaro/
Rio Claro

Penal/
Debe

Princes
Town

San Juan /
Laventille

Sangre
Grande

Siparia

Tunapuna/
Piarco

Tobago

Single
Years
of Age

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

35,650

89,392

102,375

157,258

75,766

86,949

215,119

60,874

All
Ages

520

1,052

1,339

2,126

1,116

1,215

2,411

875

Under
1

589

1,210

1,541

2,495

1,203

1,217

2,987

968

542

1,253

1,638

2,520

1,236

1,330

2,983

1,087

544

1,218

1,533

2,353

1,185

1,263

2,992

947

525

1,184

1,521

2,458

1,178

1,245

2,858

957

542

1,161

1,479

2,341

1,147

1,201

2,990

897

562

1,146

1,377

2,365

1,207

1,191

2,959

904

527

1,220

1,422

2,372

1,242

1,209

2,874

908

543

1,120

1,332

2,218

1,111

1,133

2,773

861

504

1,058

1,309

2,138

1,139

1,170

2,910

907

551

1,199

1,475

2,350

1,191

1,215

3,101

943

10

546

1,004

1,449

2,163

1,113

1,143

2,835

837

11

537

1,063

1,245

2,084

1,069

1,062

2,665

755

12

495

1,121

1,287

2,093

1,144

1,063

2,851

839

13

515

1,135

1,391

2,073

1,112

1,171

2,846

813

14

584

1,239

1,560

2,208

1,180

1,153

2,811

874

15

562

1,191

1,507

2,277

1,153

1,270

3,110

881

16

589

1,274

1,669

2,211

1,199

1,277

3,233

971

17

606

1,350

1,680

2,439

1,252

1,384

3,766

1,093

18

631

1,289

1,605

2,336

1,235

1,363

3,404

876

19

632

1,424

1,804

2,655

1,351

1,590

3,644

957

20

684

1,440

1,760

2,568

1,382

1,572

3,569

935

21

642

1,542

1,734

2,587

1,460

1,499

3,625

969

22

700

1,603

1,985

2,723

1,352

1,704

3,724

1,042

23

743

1,693

2,040

2,880

1,475

1,672

3,971

1,111

24

675

1,809

2,136

3,233

1,538

1,766

4,183

1,120

25

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

59

TABLE 3
TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, SINGLE YEARS OF AGE AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY
Single
Years
of Age

60

Trinidad
and
Tobago

Trinidad

City of
Port of
Spain

City of
San
Fernando

Borough
of Arima

Borough of
Chaguanas

Borough
of Point
Fortin

Couva/
Tabaquite/
Talparo

Diego
Martin

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

26

25,468

24,359

601

883

632

1,735

442

3,585

1,779

27

24,369

23,289

629

835

587

1,660

387

3,429

1,774

28

23,839

22,850

625

825

553

1,552

376

3,336

1,781

29

23,294

22,240

598

830

640

1,548

373

3,269

1,647

30

24,856

23,791

610

892

657

1,792

342

3,480

1,662

31

21,170

20,216

538

765

600

1,424

278

3,006

1,470

32

20,324

19,375

476

810

530

1,458

297

2,747

1,462

33

19,237

18,352

482

676

496

1,368

312

2,805

1,408

34

19,942

19,117

470

679

486

1,390

266

2,785

1,395

35

19,128

18,252

478

647

517

1,415

264

2,840

1,336

36

19,090

18,295

407

624

457

1,345

255

2,577

1,307

37

18,010

17,185

417

642

452

1,350

223

2,552

1,272

38

19,363

18,533

439

685

477

1,380

266

2,736

1,407

39

16,902

16,171

404

619

397

1,157

240

2,435

1,268

40

18,286

17,514

447

636

428

1,319

234

2,678

1,304

41

15,811

15,110

354

525

397

1,136

200

2,291

1,165

42

17,581

16,802

398

594

425

1,277

229

2,487

1,282

43

17,271

16,455

407

570

416

1,137

209

2,424

1,290

44

17,173

16,418

421

530

457

1,096

246

2,498

1,308

45

19,875

18,895

433

661

451

1,371

285

2,833

1,450

46

18,796

17,945

483

687

504

1,252

285

2,748

1,466

47

18,694

17,772

454

675

462

1,212

332

2,665

1,521

48

20,598

19,659

502

722

520

1,265

279

2,955

1,558

49

18,103

17,219

459

628

461

1,111

282

2,527

1,352

50

20,400

19,447

566

821

485

1,277

340

2,936

1,472

51

16,841

16,062

521

685

398

1,031

255

2,216

1,346

52

17,431

16,643

445

673

439

1,114

250

2,384

1,354

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 3
TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, SINGLE YEARS OF AGE AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY
Mayaro/
Rio Claro

Penal/
Debe

Princes
Town

San Juan /
Laventille

Sangre
Grande

Siparia

Tunapuna/
Piarco

Tobago

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

Single
Years
of Age

629

1,821

2,033

3,159

1,409

1,696

3,956

1,109

26

666

1,713

1,963

2,971

1,336

1,566

3,773

1,079

27

650

1,690

1,980

2,890

1,253

1,601

3,738

989

28

593

1,692

1,883

2,782

1,326

1,437

3,624

1,054

29

634

1,736

1,929

3,014

1,354

1,591

4,096

1,065

30

538

1,500

1,687

2,534

1,174

1,341

3,362

954

31

446

1,447

1,604

2,430

1,125

1,289

3,254

949

32

484

1,316

1,533

2,287

1,063

1,191

2,932

884

33

515

1,348

1,474

2,383

1,120

1,201

3,604

825

34

472

1,320

1,473

2,197

1,128

1,109

3,056

876

35

454

1,245

1,359

2,140

1,061

1,117

3,946

795

36

474

1,268

1,410

2,027

1,078

1,059

2,960

825

37

509

1,410

1,520

2,171

1,085

1,167

3,281

830

38

433

1,249

1,346

1,959

954

1,027

2,684

731

39

487

1,438

1,434

2,037

971

1,092

3,008

771

40

420

1,093

1,266

1,827

908

996

2,531

701

41

551

1,239

1,434

1,976

1,075

1,105

2,729

779

42

496

1,185

1,298

1,927

968

1,076

3,051

816

43

510

1,287

1,315

1,944

993

1,191

2,621

755

44

557

1,456

1,635

2,167

1,120

1,281

3,195

980

45

528

1,432

1,517

2,042

968

1,268

2,763

851

46

518

1,397

1,495

1,989

990

1,220

2,842

923

47

623

1,589

1,622

2,260

1,147

1,394

3,224

939

48

480

1,325

1,446

2,008

1,012

1,251

2,876

884

49

570

1,468

1,612

2,226

1,104

1,400

3,168

954

50

447

1,239

1,268

1,938

906

1,160

2,651

779

51

417

1,245

1,295

1,959

902

1,199

2,968

787

52

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

61

TABLE 3
TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, SINGLE YEARS OF AGE AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY
Single
Years
of Age

Trinidad

City of
Port of
Spain

City of
San
Fernando

Borough
of Arima

Borough of
Chaguanas

Borough
of Point
Fortin

Couva/
Tabaquite/
Talparo

Diego
Martin

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

53

16,359

15,636

504

602

398

997

238

2,224

1,341

54

16,110

15,397

483

606

409

988

232

2,189

1,374

55

17,585

16,832

544

662

461

1,093

260

2,438

1,349

56

16,612

15,948

512

637

420

1,042

264

2,333

1,275

57

14,252

13,637

471

574

358

884

216

1,906

1,061

58

12,686

12,157

453

510

365

787

207

1,648

1,046

59

12,044

11,535

416

523

374

717

181

1,582

1,006

60

13,078

12,499

487

581

357

820

188

1,682

1,133

61

11,585

11,075

407

485

361

633

173

1,460

997

62

12,311

11,785

429

572

301

776

192

1,646

1,074

63

10,897

10,449

424

465

290

626

181

1,351

953

64

10,748

10,317

403

429

323

574

129

1,274

948

65

11,914

11,469

470

551

316

691

128

1,389

1,086

66

9,386

8,986

357

414

261

546

117

1,181

911

67

8,873

8,484

316

378

251

474

95

1,177

814

68

7,725

7,399

306

344

213

421

93

941

756

69

6,719

6,390

255

334

186

363

90

753

716

70

7,348

7,012

247

358

188

378

93

884

696

71

5,799

5,511

250

252

160

310

86

612

640

72

6,163

5,885

260

276

176

315

88

725

670

73

5,417

5,130

236

260

160

271

81

554

605

74

5,548

5,286

221

258

151

288

97

592

638

75

5,331

5,089

232

289

151

227

83

579

627

76

4,494

4,250

211

242

122

172

80

444

547

77

4,004

3,787

189

193

109

136

61

402

435

78

3,731

3,558

207

185

90

172

66

402

431

79

3,180

2,994

158

149

60

131

52

336

410

80+

23,340

22,096

1,558

1,454

716

783

486

2,115

2,715

652

631

385

45

16

13

56

Not
Stated

62

Trinidad
and
Tobago

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 3
TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, SINGLE YEARS OF AGE AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY
Mayaro/
Rio Claro

Penal/
Debe

Princes
Town

San Juan /
Laventille

Sangre
Grande

Siparia

Tunapuna/
Piarco

Tobago

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

Single
Years of
Age

423

1,124

1,188

1,879

863

1,070

2,785

722

53

372

1,153

1,149

1,842

879

1,034

2,690

713

54

439

1,208

1,336

1,973

921

1,266

2,882

753

55

403

1,198

1,227

1,934

907

1,135

2,663

663

56

313

1,012

1,053

1,650

725

994

2,418

616

57

294

821

859

1,547

676

866

2,078

530

58

256

779

870

1,354

628

768

2,081

509

59

299

784

897

1,472

617

908

2,274

578

60

279

679

750

1,376

585

706

2,185

510

61

263

857

828

1,355

591

800

2,101

525

62

263

708

776

1,319

591

699

1,803

448

63

206

647

701

1,203

456

644

2,379

431

64

223

750

836

1,346

522

714

2,448

446

65

190

608

717

1,094

452

607

1,532

399

66

181

625

651

965

457

582

1,519

389

67

191

528

542

883

365

515

1,301

326

68

148

480

482

738

323

431

1,089

329

69

194

555

543

890

354

474

1,158

335

70

139

364

394

709

290

394

911

288

71

161

388

394

757

320

399

956

278

72

154

328

352

693

280

377

782

286

73

151

343

379

718

284

337

831

261

74

110

333

404

649

241

364

799

242

75

102

237

295

621

238

300

639

245

76

101

232

261

573

185

298

611

217

77

85

199

199

485

182

273

582

172

78

71

164

181

449

150

196

488

186

79

445

1,143

1,456

3,238

1,171

1,699

3,117

1,244

80+

36

12

52

21

Not
Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

63

TABLE 3
TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, SINGLE YEARS OF AGE AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY
Single
Years
of Age

64

Trinidad
and
Tobago

Trinidad

City of
Port of
Spain

City of
San
Fernando

Borough
of Arima

Borough of
Chaguanas

Borough
of Point
Fortin

Couva/
Tabaquite/
Talparo

Diego
Martin

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

All
Ages

666,305

635,928

18,008

23,791

16,595

41,677

10,097

90,795

50,718

Under
1

8,634

8,170

211

297

221

527

147

1,147

601

9,642

9,160

263

298

255

568

150

1,281

711

10,064

9,521

254

365

208

595

170

1,358

731

9,774

9,300

221

336

237

611

170

1,350

755

9,693

9,201

232

323

218

623

159

1,284

700

9,426

8,941

240

312

223

567

134

1,268

717

9,347

8,869

196

324

224

599

161

1,252

716

9,619

9,146

241

321

254

569

195

1,271

694

8,975

8,541

222

290

267

592

148

1,220

674

8,972

8,520

242

275

229

551

135

1,213

687

10

9,818

9,345

250

333

258

584

161

1,284

782

11

8,962

8,527

190

270

206

541

139

1,224

693

12

8,543

8,140

224

272

205

558

124

1,133

670

13

8,717

8,262

238

302

217

517

117

1,113

692

14

8,875

8,447

203

334

206

543

125

1,107

656

15

9,336

8,901

223

306

243

575

150

1,252

742

16

9,574

9,117

236

320

235

612

127

1,233

773

17

9,841

9,329

229

304

229

626

140

1,357

682

18

10,838

10,308

257

369

247

691

154

1,532

765

19

10,077

9,650

222

337

237

624

176

1,343

769

20

11,257

10,743

277

400

290

663

198

1,391

817

21

10,959

10,488

245

370

266

686

157

1,440

771

22

11,183

10,697

262

371

272

707

216

1,543

748

23

11,668

11,121

223

365

302

750

174

1,558

810

24

12,291

11,750

341

417

304

675

204

1,721

886

25

13,324

12,796

367

513

328

833

213

1,903

928

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 3
TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, SINGLE YEARS OF AGE AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY
Mayaro/
Rio Claro

Penal/
Debe

Princes
Town

San Juan /
Laventille

Sangre
Grande

Siparia

Tunapuna/
Piarco

Tobago

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

Single
Years
of Age

18,530

45,456

52,382

77,878

38,921

44,375

106,704

30,377

All
Ages

254

557

680

1,114

585

637

1,192

464

Under
1

305

618

781

1,283

586

593

1,467

482

254

623

824

1,253

657

692

1,537

543

278

616

779

1,199

601

646

1,502

474

277

612

759

1,287

591

619

1,516

492

280

571

739

1,122

576

645

1,546

485

295

598

680

1,153

606

606

1,461

478

269

627

731

1,198

631

644

1,502

473

273

566

672

1,134

529

563

1,391

434

256

544

685

1,089

551

592

1,469

452

297

614

773

1,202

594

652

1,561

473

10

283

511

746

1,092

584

627

1,421

435

11

282

541

631

1,085

534

544

1,337

403

12

263

562

682

1,065

584

526

1,384

456

13

278

579

707

1,053

594

611

1,451

428

14

320

633

779

1,114

587

590

1,386

436

15

299

619

737

1,158

602

650

1,515

457

16

303

625

872

1,084

633

620

1,627

512

17

299

661

871

1,215

639

715

1,894

530

18

315

639

797

1,172

609

702

1,707

427

19

323

723

914

1,313

678

844

1,912

514

20

334

730

906

1,310

726

772

1,775

471

21

323

791

889

1,265

734

773

1,802

486

22

356

815

1,038

1,316

692

867

1,854

547

23

371

847

1,007

1,339

713

841

2,085

540

24

351

870

1,079

1,583

768

912

2,147

528

25

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

65

TABLE 3
TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, SINGLE YEARS OF AGE AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY
Single
Years
of Age

66

Trinidad
and
Tobago

Trinidad

City of
Port of
Spain

City of
San
Fernando

Borough
of Arima

Borough of
Chaguanas

Borough
of Point
Fortin

Couva/
Tabaquite/
Talparo

Diego
Martin

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

26

12,783

12,245

307

452

321

857

237

1,762

866

27

12,306

11,766

302

432

281

848

187

1,775

892

28

11,990

11,528

312

386

261

779

199

1,751

896

29

11,812

11,303

296

430

299

792

202

1,738

810

30

12,729

12,203

296

444

342

889

159

1,773

831

31

10,695

10,205

272

375

303

705

144

1,492

746

32

10,358

9,898

228

401

275

722

134

1,478

730

33

9,790

9,374

242

354

254

682

153

1,431

701

34

10,280

9,877

233

338

238

702

134

1,433

703

35

9,753

9,328

219

319

257

709

140

1,474

669

36

9,685

9,311

217

321

225

681

132

1,323

625

37

9,039

8,649

194

329

203

684

117

1,314

630

38

9,809

9,419

219

321

266

738

136

1,394

687

39

8,535

8,177

186

327

195

596

110

1,209

625

40

9,394

9,011

238

323

219

683

124

1,409

640

41

7,979

7,640

150

256

173

544

102

1,181

573

42

8,871

8,495

200

273

233

631

123

1,305

659

43

8,726

8,325

190

291

192

610

109

1,260

629

44

8,483

8,126

214

243

214

519

105

1,280

618

45

10,024

9,527

218

312

225

707

138

1,460

725

46

9,373

8,946

241

324

234

609

128

1,416

694

47

9,565

9,126

208

317

236

627

174

1,379

798

48

10,489

10,015

234

371

263

618

126

1,494

745

49

9,192

8,732

233

286

225

540

134

1,339

676

50

10,296

9,792

261

405

241

664

181

1,461

704

51

8,451

8,044

252

332

180

540

134

1,165

646

52

8,834

8,466

228

316

206

537

127

1,230

687

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 3
TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, SINGLE YEARS OF AGE AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY
Mayaro/
Rio Claro

Penal/
Debe

Princes
Town

San Juan /
Laventille

Sangre
Grande

Siparia

Tunapuna/
Piarco

Tobago

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

Single
Years
of Age

328

966

1,027

1,546

725

834

2,018

538

26

351

834

1,012

1,449

703

813

1,886

540

27

321

874

1,031

1,402

641

814

1,861

462

28

306

861

956

1,374

674

742

1,821

510

29

332

907

1,020

1,587

699

846

2,077

526

30

291

792

867

1,286

645

682

1,604

490

31

222

785

869

1,223

574

690

1,568

459

32

239

682

836

1,155

549

592

1,506

415

33

252

729

746

1,145

574

608

2,043

403

34

257

675

768

1,103

592

567

1,579

425

35

237

599

709

1,039

553

585

2,065

375

36

249

647

713

1,021

578

562

1,408

390

37

261

751

772

1,075

565

604

1,630

390

38

249

649

702

953

493

486

1,397

359

39

246

771

764

1,037

507

582

1,469

383

40

223

576

640

895

488

530

1,307

339

41

269

649

727

995

546

549

1,336

376

42

272

622

703

933

500

546

1,467

402

43

250

677

696

932

497

600

1,279

358

44

299

742

848

1,079

562

663

1,548

498

45

311

719

796

979

501

672

1,321

427

46

266

696

797

1,027

522

610

1,468

439

47

316

870

846

1,129

596

739

1,668

473

48

277

680

764

1,022

522

617

1,417

460

49

332

758

825

1,107

601

757

1,494

503

50

242

611

684

953

503

578

1,223

408

51

234

642

667

1,025

483

635

1,447

368

52

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

67

TABLE 3
TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, SINGLE YEARS OF AGE AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY
Single
Years
of Age

Trinidad

City of
Port of
Spain

City of
San
Fernando

Borough
of Arima

Borough of
Chaguanas

Borough
of Point
Fortin

Couva/
Tabaquite/
Talparo

Diego
Martin

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

53

8,365

7,977

260

285

189

497

121

1,075

649

54

7,998

7,640

238

297

200

491

115

1,115

675

55

9,002

8,628

269

338

225

554

136

1,279

659

56

8,304

7,975

247

322

207

502

143

1,167

617

57

7,011

6,685

217

279

177

441

110

969

482

58

6,258

5,998

209

231

175

401

109

816

506

59

6,112

5,860

196

264

197

332

101

839

481

60

6,596

6,286

233

283

183

384

98

894

546

61

5,745

5,485

198

223

171

295

108

751

476

62

6,310

6,020

218

270

142

382

101

884

542

63

5,465

5,249

236

230

127

299

88

698

492

64

5,504

5,277

216

197

157

270

52

642

453

65

5,869

5,663

244

250

177

347

59

697

497

66

4,646

4,454

193

186

123

266

51

570

459

67

4,213

4,030

155

169

105

223

46

546

381

68

3,651

3,498

136

156

105

188

46

473

354

69

3,186

3,013

117

156

88

186

35

352

359

70

3,475

3,323

110

156

89

180

48

410

345

71

2,739

2,591

110

128

71

165

40

278

290

72

2,862

2,734

111

127

78

145

34

332

299

73

2,572

2,435

94

111

76

134

39

266

294

74

2,550

2,421

90

105

65

109

35

284

294

75

2,448

2,331

110

122

64

109

37

279

274

76

2,039

1,929

90

110

58

74

32

207

240

77

1,786

1,686

77

64

50

68

27

195

198

78

1,641

1,558

78

66

32

91

26

171

188

79

1,362

1,279

52

69

25

61

18

162

150

80+

9,376

8,836

489

550

283

270

201

934

1,091

569

550

316

42

14

13

53

Not
Stated

68

Trinidad
and
Tobago

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 3
TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, SINGLE YEARS OF AGE AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY
Mayaro/
Rio Claro

Penal/
Debe

Princes
Town

San Juan /
Laventille

Sangre
Grande

Siparia

Tunapuna/
Piarco

Tobago

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

Single
Years
of Age

236

583

598

941

463

558

1,523

388

53

203

598

561

929

462

557

1,200

357

54

241

620

706

978

463

682

1,476

374

55

215

622

622

950

483

615

1,265

329

56

162

519

577

824

371

500

1,058

326

57

164

424

427

785

353

431

965

260

58

153

405

476

685

321

396

1,015

252

59

168

406

456

736

328

460

1,111

310

60

161

327

413

709

312

370

972

261

61

142

431

425

680

327

428

1,047

289

62

120

347

384

679

324

354

871

216

63

97

329

376

594

231

332

1,332

228

64

104

348

447

670

271

364

1,187

206

65

102

287

356

568

229

294

771

192

66

85

287

315

454

235

297

731

184

67

92

255

240

428

180

233

612

152

68

66

239

221

336

168

194

496

172

69

90

274

266

402

182

229

542

152

70

73

167

183

335

138

185

426

148

71

87

200

181

343

152

197

447

128

72

76

145

182

323

145

183

368

137

73

80

166

186

327

139

172

369

129

74

42

164

198

296

119

173

345

117

75

57

115

138

277

113

150

268

110

76

47

114

109

256

86

133

262

100

77

41

90

94

216

96

122

248

83

78

34

72

83

178

77

83

213

84

79

220

466

617

1,275

563

694

1,183

541

80+

35

11

51

19

Not
Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

69

TABLE 3
TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, SINGLE YEARS OF AGE AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
MUNICIPALITY
Single
Years
of Age

70

Trinidad
and
Tobago

Trinidad

City of
Port of
Spain

City of
San
Fernando

Borough
of Arima

Borough of
Chaguanas

Borough
of Point
Fortin

Couva/
Tabaquite/
Talparo

Diego
Martin

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

All
Ages

661,714

631,216

19,066

25,047

17,012

41,839

10,138

87,614

52,239

Under
1

8,135

7,725

189

270

187

499

147

1,111

563

9,582

9,096

225

291

219

595

158

1,306

693

9,886

9,342

260

327

275

590

176

1,325

726

9,422

8,949

200

313

256

587

173

1,279

670

9,244

8,778

233

303

250

607

147

1,243

689

9,221

8,810

235

346

212

575

151

1,198

712

9,101

8,675

229

318

215

574

140

1,157

634

9,073

8,637

245

305

246

586

141

1,158

692

8,766

8,339

202

336

219

544

124

1,146

666

8,785

8,330

213

316

238

542

125

1,189

666

10

9,319

8,850

232

345

244

556

170

1,244

671

11

8,516

8,114

215

265

192

483

158

1,131

680

12

8,226

7,874

218

274

182

552

114

1,111

651

13

8,444

8,060

222

290

211

500

114

1,099

635

14

8,499

8,114

196

286

224

510

116

1,172

641

15

9,110

8,672

208

298

185

583

157

1,222

693

16

9,188

8,764

242

322

212

517

138

1,195

649

17

9,773

9,314

259

327

216

640

140

1,301

744

18

10,680

10,118

274

349

258

666

184

1,377

824

19

9,913

9,463

242

346

209

639

168

1,238

700

20

10,828

10,384

277

372

280

675

167

1,446

774

21

10,799

10,336

264

377

252

649

186

1,464

723

22

11,081

10,598

277

384

272

648

156

1,522

828

23

11,717

11,223

278

419

287

751

201

1,586

848

24

12,401

11,830

347

403

298

762

204

1,637

908

25

13,160

12,568

327

483

318

903

224

1,728

957

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 3
TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, SINGLE YEARS OF AGE AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
MUNICIPALITY
Mayaro/
Rio Claro

Penal/
Debe

Princes
Town

San Juan /
Laventille

Sangre
Grande

Siparia

Tunapuna/
Piarco

Tobago

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

Single
Years
of Age

17,120

43,935

49,992

79,379

36,845

42,574

108,415

30,498

All
Ages

266

495

659

1,012

530

577

1,219

410

Under
1

283

592

760

1,212

617

624

1,520

486

288

631

814

1,267

579

637

1,446

544

266

602

755

1,154

584

617

1,490

473

248

571

762

1,170

587

626

1,342

465

262

590

740

1,219

571

556

1,444

411

268

549

698

1,212

601

585

1,498

426

258

593

691

1,175

611

565

1,371

436

270

554

660

1,085

582

569

1,383

428

248

513

624

1,048

589

578

1,440

455

254

585

702

1,148

596

562

1,540

469

10

263

493

703

1,071

529

516

1,414

403

11

255

522

615

999

535

518

1,327

352

12

232

559

606

1,028

560

537

1,467

384

13

237

556

684

1,020

518

560

1,395

385

14

264

606

781

1,094

593

563

1,424

438

15

263

571

771

1,119

551

620

1,595

424

16

286

649

797

1,127

566

657

1,606

459

17

306

689

809

1,225

614

669

1,873

562

18

315

650

808

1,163

626

660

1,697

450

19

308

701

890

1,342

673

747

1,733

443

20

351

710

854

1,258

656

800

1,794

463

21

319

751

845

1,323

726

726

1,822

483

22

344

788

947

1,407

660

837

1,870

495

23

372

846

1,032

1,541

763

831

1,886

571

24

324

939

1,056

1,649

770

854

2,036

592

25

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

71

TABLE 3
TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, SINGLE YEARS OF AGE AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
MUNICIPALITY
Single
Years
of Age

72

Trinidad
and
Tobago

Trinidad

City of
Port of
Spain

City of
San
Fernando

Borough
of Arima

Borough of
Chaguanas

Borough
of Point
Fortin

Couva/
Tabaquite/
Talparo

Diego
Martin

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

26

12,686

12,114

295

431

311

878

205

1,822

913

27

12,063

11,524

327

403

306

812

200

1,654

882

28

11,849

11,322

313

439

293

773

176

1,586

884

29

11,482

10,938

302

400

340

756

171

1,531

837

30

12,127

11,587

314

449

315

903

182

1,706

831

31

10,475

10,011

265

390

297

719

133

1,514

724

32

9,966

9,477

248

410

255

737

163

1,268

732

33

9,447

8,978

240

322

242

686

159

1,374

707

34

9,661

9,240

237

342

248

688

132

1,352

692

35

9,374

8,924

259

328

260

706

124

1,366

667

36

9,405

8,985

190

303

232

665

123

1,254

682

37

8,971

8,536

223

313

249

666

106

1,238

642

38

9,554

9,114

220

364

210

642

130

1,342

721

39

8,367

7,994

219

293

202

560

130

1,226

643

40

8,892

8,503

208

313

209

636

110

1,269

664

41

7,832

7,470

205

269

224

592

98

1,110

592

42

8,709

8,307

199

321

192

647

106

1,182

623

43

8,545

8,130

217

279

224

527

100

1,164

661

44

8,690

8,293

207

287

244

577

141

1,218

690

45

9,851

9,368

215

349

225

664

148

1,373

725

46

9,423

8,999

242

363

270

643

157

1,332

772

47

9,129

8,646

247

357

225

585

158

1,286

723

48

10,109

9,644

269

351

257

647

152

1,461

813

49

8,911

8,487

225

343

236

571

148

1,188

676

50

10,105

9,654

305

415

243

614

159

1,475

768

51

8,390

8,018

270

353

218

492

121

1,051

700

52

8,597

8,177

217

356

233

577

123

1,154

667

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 3
TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, SINGLE YEARS OF AGE AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
MUNICIPALITY
Mayaro/
Rio Claro

Penal/
Debe

Princes
Town

San Juan /
Laventille

Sangre
Grande

Siparia

Tunapuna/
Piarco

Tobago

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

Single
Years
of Age

302

855

1,006

1,613

684

862

1,938

571

26

315

879

951

1,522

633

754

1,887

540

27

329

816

948

1,488

612

787

1,878

527

28

287

831

927

1,408

652

694

1,803

544

29

302

829

910

1,427

656

746

2,019

540

30

247

708

820

1,247

528

659

1,758

464

31

224

661

735

1,208

551

599

1,686

489

32

245

634

698

1,131

515

599

1,426

469

33

263

619

729

1,238

546

593

1,561

422

34

215

645

705

1,094

536

542

1,477

451

35

217

646

650

1,101

508

532

1,882

420

36

224

622

698

1,006

500

496

1,552

435

37

248

659

748

1,096

520

562

1,652

440

38

183

600

643

1,006

461

541

1,287

373

39

241

667

670

1,001

464

510

1,539

389

40

197

517

626

932

420

466

1,223

362

41

282

590

707

981

528

557

1,393

403

42

224

563

594

994

468

529

1,584

415

43

260

610

619

1,012

495

591

1,342

397

44

257

714

787

1,088

558

618

1,648

482

45

217

713

722

1,063

467

596

1,442

424

46

252

701

698

962

468

610

1,374

483

47

306

719

776

1,130

551

656

1,556

465

48

204

645

682

986

489

634

1,459

424

49

238

710

787

1,119

503

643

1,674

451

50

205

627

584

986

403

582

1,427

372

51

182

603

628

933

419

563

1,521

419

52

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73

TABLE 3
TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, SINGLE YEARS OF AGE AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
MUNICIPALITY
Single
Years
of Age

Trinidad

City of
Port of
Spain

City of
San
Fernando

Borough
of Arima

Borough of
Chaguanas

Borough
of Point
Fortin

Couva/
Tabaquite/
Talparo

Diego
Martin

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

53

7,994

7,659

244

318

209

500

117

1,148

692

54

8,112

7,757

244

308

208

497

117

1,073

699

55

8,583

8,204

274

324

237

538

124

1,159

690

56

8,307

7,973

265

315

213

540

121

1,167

658

57

7,241

6,951

254

296

181

444

106

937

579

58

6,429

6,159

245

279

190

386

98

832

540

59

5,931

5,674

220

259

178

385

80

743

525

60

6,482

6,213

255

297

174

436

90

789

587

61

5,840

5,591

209

262

190

338

65

709

521

62

6,001

5,765

211

303

159

394

91

761

532

63

5,432

5,200

188

235

163

327

93

653

461

64

5,243

5,040

188

232

166

304

77

633

495

65

6,046

5,806

226

300

139

344

69

692

589

66

4,740

4,532

164

228

138

280

66

611

453

67

4,660

4,454

161

208

147

250

50

630

433

68

4,074

3,901

169

188

108

233

48

467

403

69

3,533

3,376

138

178

99

178

55

400

357

70

3,872

3,689

136

202

99

198

46

475

351

71

3,061

2,921

140

124

89

145

47

335

350

72

3,301

3,151

149

149

97

171

54

393

371

73

2,845

2,695

142

149

84

137

42

288

312

74

2,998

2,866

131

152

86

179

61

307

345

75

2,883

2,758

122

167

88

117

46

300

353

76

2,455

2,321

122

132

64

98

48

237

307

77

2,217

2,101

112

128

59

68

34

207

238

78

2,089

2,000

128

119

58

81

40

231

243

79

1,818

1,715

106

79

35

69

34

174

260

80+

13,964

13,260

1,069

904

433

513

285

1,181

1,624

83

81

69

Not
Stated

74

Trinidad
and
Tobago

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 3
TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX, SINGLE YEARS OF AGE AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
MUNICIPALITY
Mayaro/
Rio Claro

Penal/
Debe

Princes
Town

San Juan /
Laventille

Sangre
Grande

Siparia

Tunapuna/
Piarco

Tobago

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

Single
Years
of Age

188

541

591

938

400

512

1,261

334

53

170

556

587

913

417

477

1,490

355

54

198

587

631

995

457

584

1,406

379

55

188

576

606

984

424

520

1,398

334

56

151

493

476

826

354

494

1,360

290

57

130

396

433

762

323

435

1,112

270

58

104

373

394

669

307

372

1,066

257

59

131

378

441

735

289

449

1,164

269

60

118

353

337

667

273

336

1,212

249

61

121

426

403

675

264

372

1,054

236

62

143

361

393

640

266

345

932

232

63

109

318

326

609

225

312

1,047

203

64

120

402

388

676

252

349

1,261

240

65

88

321

361

526

223

313

762

208

66

96

338

336

511

222

285

787

205

67

99

273

302

455

186

281

689

174

68

82

241

261

402

155

238

593

157

69

104

281

277

488

172

245

616

183

70

66

197

211

374

151

208

485

140

71

74

188

213

414

167

202

509

150

72

77

183

170

370

135

193

414

150

73

72

176

194

390

146

165

461

133

74

68

170

206

353

122

191

455

125

75

46

122

157

344

125

150

371

134

76

55

118

151

317

99

165

348

117

77

44

109

105

269

86

151

335

89

78

36

92

98

271

73

113

275

103

79

225

677

839

1,963

608

1,005

1,933

703

80+

Not
Stated

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TABLE 4
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

TRINIDAD

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

1,322,546

94,033

91,140

87,673

98,001

113,771

123,008

105,161

92,183

1,261,811

89,202

86,677

83,494

93,316

108,760

117,659

100,491

88,128

City of Port of Spain

35,914

2,285

2,251

2,150

2,358

2,748

3,103

2,519

2,108

City of San
Fernando

48,635

3,122

3,138

2,959

3,276

3,876

4,367

3,819

3,217

Borough of Arima

33,404

2,321

2,313

2,130

2,260

2,817

3,056

2,765

2,295

Borough of
Chaguanas

83,489

5,800

5,696

5,342

6,172

6,965

8,230

7,432

6,644

Borough of Point
Fortin

20,161

1,597

1,455

1,338

1,536

1,861

2,010

1,492

1,245

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

178,160

12,681

12,056

11,580

13,026

15,299

17,245

14,817

13,135

Diego Martin

102,340

6,835

6,839

6,752

7,295

8,087

8,834

7,361

6,542

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

35,649

2,719

2,678

2,644

2,971

3,401

3,213

2,617

2,342

Penal/ Debe

89,342

5,916

5,703

5,520

6,342

7,697

8,720

7,347

6,490

Princes Town

102,369

7,572

6,919

6,848

8,021

9,323

9,994

8,228

7,108

San Juan /
Laventille

157,021

11,951

11,426

10,743

11,467

13,403

15,024

12,639

10,492

Sangre Grande

75,605

5,910

5,831

5,609

6,014

7,021

6,863

5,835

5,304

Siparia

86,898

6,269

5,901

5,653

6,441

8,036

8,065

6,613

5,478

212,825

14,222

14,471

14,227

16,139

18,224

18,935

17,007

15,728

TOBAGO

60,735

4,831

4,463

4,179

4,685

5,012

5,349

4,670

4,054

St.Andrew

17,440

1,365

1,274

1,146

1,293

1,400

1,433

1,371

1,232

St.David

8,733

712

696

641

715

738

787

662

604

St.George

6,856

555

490

522

590

553

608

515

470

St.John

2,825

234

199

231

230

247

226

194

167

St.Mary

3,296

285

230

235

313

305

299

245

206

15,539

1,191

1,108

966

1,065

1,189

1,394

1,269

1,040

6,045

488

466

438

480

581

602

413

336

Tunapuna/ Piarco

St.Patrick
St.Paul

76

AGE GROUP
All Ages

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TABLE 4
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
AGE GROUP

MUNICIPALITY

40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

85,832

95,750

86,901

73,005

58,442

44,383

30,096

20,559

22,608

82,010

91,178

82,949

69,934

55,955

42,502

28,656

19,506

21,396

TRINIDAD

1,990

2,266

2,471

2,352

2,117

1,626

1,190

971

1,409

City of Port of Spain

2,852

3,368

3,384

2,901

2,526

2,009

1,380

1,039

1,401

City of San
Fernando

2,121

2,394

2,120

1,970

1,623

1,210

813

527

669

Borough of Arima

5,966

6,210

5,408

4,523

3,429

2,494

1,562

837

779

Borough of
Chaguanas

1,116

1,458

1,308

1,125

858

518

442

337

466

Borough of Point
Fortin

12,369

13,709

11,928

9,891

7,402

5,423

3,354

2,150

2,095

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

6,292

7,282

6,847

5,710

5,086

4,255

3,235

2,430

2,659

Diego Martin

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

2,464

2,706

2,230

1,705

1,310

933

798

470

445

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

6,239

7,198

6,229

5,013

3,673

2,988

1,975

1,162

1,129

Penal/ Debe

6,747

7,715

6,512

5,346

3,952

3,227

2,062

1,340

1,456

Princes Town

9,704

10,460

9,834

8,452

6,721

5,012

3,759

2,763

3,171

San Juan /
Laventille

4,914

5,236

4,651

3,849

2,834

2,113

1,519

981

1,121

Sangre Grande

5,459

6,415

5,859

5,028

3,757

2,848

1,974

1,425

1,678

Siparia

13,776

14,761

14,167

12,070

10,666

7,845

4,595

3,072

2,918

Tunapuna/ Piarco

3,822

4,572

3,952

3,070

2,487

1,881

1,440

1,053

1,212

TOBAGO

1,088

1,310

1,121

916

775

604

435

326

349

St.Andrew

570

643

499

433

294

235

172

155

178

St.David

457

492

448

316

257

191

155

101

135

St.George

163

230

190

159

92

76

74

51

62

St.John

179

267

208

137

120

89

61

54

63

St.Mary

998

1,148

1,069

842

741

526

418

265

313

St.Patrick

368

482

417

267

207

160

126

102

112

St.Paul

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

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TABLE 4
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY

ALL AGES

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

662,349

47,781

46,265

44,774

49,424

56,983

61,811

53,519

46,538

632,051

45,328

43,947

42,587

47,064

54,426

59,236

51,232

44,603

City of Port of Spain

17,227

1,178

1,129

1,087

1,151

1,308

1,552

1,223

1,002

City of San
Fernando

23,680

1,620

1,522

1,506

1,636

1,922

2,212

1,907

1,616

Borough of Arima

16,488

1,136

1,190

1,087

1,185

1,431

1,490

1,408

1,143

Borough of
Chaguanas

41,660

2,924

2,878

2,742

3,128

3,481

4,109

3,700

3,408

Borough of Point
Fortin

10,059

796

773

666

748

948

1,036

724

634

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

90,650

6,418

6,215

5,840

6,705

7,646

8,923

7,603

6,711

Diego Martin

50,212

3,495

3,480

3,477

3,686

4,009

4,360

3,675

3,189

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

18,529

1,367

1,373

1,404

1,537

1,707

1,656

1,336

1,253

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

TRINIDAD

Penal/ Debe

45,436

3,026

2,906

2,807

3,177

3,903

4,403

3,895

3,318

Princes Town

52,377

3,823

3,506

3,538

4,055

4,755

5,105

4,337

3,664

San Juan /
Laventille

77,745

6,136

5,693

5,485

5,742

6,538

7,345

6,394

5,190

Sangre Grande

38,844

3,014

2,885

2,881

3,069

3,544

3,512

3,039

2,781

Siparia

44,350

3,187

3,050

2,960

3,276

4,096

4,115

3,417

2,805

104,795

7,208

7,348

7,108

7,970

9,139

9,418

8,574

7,889

Tunapuna/ Piarco

78

AGE GROUP

TOBAGO

30,298

2,454

2,318

2,187

2,361

2,556

2,575

2,287

1,935

St.Andrew

8,486

672

654

589

648

724

664

645

581

St.David

4,495

357

370

332

355

402

405

333

314

St.George

3,402

278

254

278

302

268

291

266

203

St.John

1,487

108

114

122

110

134

122

104

75

St.Mary

1,669

147

116

126

157

156

139

131

88

St.Patrick

7,637

631

562

499

541

585

652

596

505

St.Paul

3,122

260

247

241

247

287

302

213

170

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 4
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
AGE GROUP

MUNICIPALITY

40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

43,190

48,365

43,737

36,554

29,503

21,458

14,101

9,188

9,158

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

41,332

46,071

41,716

35,013

28,201

20,558

13,411

8,698

8,629

TRINIDAD

957

1,079

1,202

1,102

1,078

823

508

392

456

City of Port of Spain

1,383

1,607

1,634

1,432

1,202

914

611

422

534

City of San
Fernando

1,029

1,180

1,011

976

776

589

368

225

264

Borough of Arima

2,987

3,100

2,729

2,230

1,630

1,210

733

403

268

Borough of
Chaguanas

561

699

673

599

445

233

192

138

195

Borough of Point
Fortin

6,429

7,077

6,029

5,061

3,862

2,632

1,565

1,007

925

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

3,066

3,578

3,323

2,721

2,498

2,033

1,515

1,042

1,069

Diego Martin

1,260

1,470

1,248

935

688

450

405

221

220

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

3,293

3,705

3,192

2,590

1,838

1,416

952

553

460

Penal/ Debe

3,530

4,050

3,335

2,807

2,054

1,580

998

623

617

Princes Town

4,788

5,232

4,945

4,218

3,395

2,447

1,725

1,215

1,261

San Juan /
Laventille

2,538

2,704

2,511

1,986

1,519

1,080

751

485

544

Sangre Grande

2,807

3,300

3,083

2,623

1,944

1,382

964

656

685

Siparia

6,703

7,290

6,803

5,735

5,273

3,769

2,123

1,317

1,130

Tunapuna/ Piarco

1,858

2,294

2,021

1,541

1,301

900

690

490

530

TOBAGO

509

651

557

413

416

268

207

148

141

St.Andrew

286

331

283

216

149

117

96

69

79

St.David

242

234

238

164

123

93

72

45

52

St.George

86

109

111

107

62

42

37

24

20

St.John

87

135

112

68

76

42

25

32

33

St.Mary

465

572

507

417

364

276

194

124

148

St.Patrick

183

263

213

156

112

62

58

49

57

St.Paul

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

79

TABLE 4
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
MUNICIPALITY

ALL AGES

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

660,196

46,252

44,875

42,899

48,577

56,788

61,197

51,641

45,645

629,760

43,874

42,730

40,907

46,252

54,333

58,423

49,258

43,526

City of Port of Spain

18,687

1,106

1,121

1,063

1,207

1,440

1,552

1,297

1,106

City of San
Fernando

24,955

1,503

1,616

1,453

1,640

1,955

2,155

1,912

1,601

Borough of Arima

16,917

1,185

1,124

1,043

1,075

1,386

1,566

1,357

1,152

Borough of
Chaguanas

41,829

2,875

2,819

2,600

3,044

3,484

4,121

3,733

3,236

Borough of Point
Fortin

10,102

801

682

672

788

913

974

768

611

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

87,510

6,263

5,841

5,741

6,321

7,653

8,321

7,214

6,425

Diego Martin

52,127

3,340

3,359

3,275

3,609

4,078

4,474

3,686

3,354

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

17,120

1,352

1,306

1,241

1,434

1,694

1,557

1,281

1,088

Penal/ Debe

43,906

2,890

2,797

2,713

3,165

3,794

4,317

3,451

3,171

Princes Town

49,991

3,750

3,413

3,310

3,966

4,568

4,888

3,891

3,443

San Juan /
Laventille

79,275

5,816

5,733

5,258

5,725

6,865

7,679

6,245

5,302

Sangre Grande

36,761

2,896

2,946

2,727

2,945

3,478

3,351

2,796

2,523

Siparia

42,548

3,081

2,852

2,693

3,165

3,940

3,950

3,195

2,673

108,030

7,014

7,123

7,119

8,170

9,085

9,518

8,433

7,840

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

TRINIDAD

Tunapuna/ Piarco

80

AGE GROUP

TOBAGO

30,437

2,378

2,145

1,992

2,325

2,455

2,774

2,383

2,119

St.Andrew

8,954

693

620

558

645

676

769

726

652

St.David

4,238

355

326

309

360

336

381

329

290

St.George

3,454

277

236

244

287

285

317

250

267

St.John

1,338

126

85

109

120

113

104

90

92

St.Mary

1,628

139

115

109

156

149

160

115

118

St.Patrick

7,902

560

545

466

525

604

742

673

535

St.Paul

2,923

228

219

197

233

293

300

200

166

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 4
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
AGE GROUP

MUNICIPALITY

40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

42,642

47,385

43,164

36,450

28,940

22,925

15,995

11,370

13,450

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

40,678

45,107

41,233

34,921

27,754

21,944

15,245

10,807

12,768

TRINIDAD

1,032

1,187

1,269

1,250

1,039

803

682

579

953

City of Port of Spain

1,468

1,761

1,751

1,468

1,324

1,095

768

617

867

City of San
Fernando

1,092

1,213

1,109

995

847

622

445

302

405

Borough of Arima

2,979

3,110

2,680

2,293

1,799

1,284

829

434

511

Borough of
Chaguanas

554

759

635

526

413

285

249

199

271

Borough of Point
Fortin

5,940

6,632

5,899

4,830

3,539

2,791

1,788

1,143

1,169

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

3,226

3,704

3,524

2,989

2,589

2,222

1,720

1,389

1,590

Diego Martin

1,204

1,236

982

771

623

484

393

249

225

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

2,946

3,492

3,037

2,424

1,835

1,572

1,023

609

669

Penal/ Debe

3,217

3,664

3,177

2,539

1,899

1,647

1,063

717

839

Princes Town

4,917

5,228

4,889

4,235

3,326

2,565

2,034

1,548

1,910

San Juan /
Laventille

2,376

2,533

2,140

1,862

1,316

1,032

767

496

577

Sangre Grande

2,652

3,115

2,776

2,405

1,812

1,466

1,010

770

993

Siparia

7,074

7,471

7,364

6,335

5,393

4,076

2,472

1,755

1,787

Tunapuna/ Piarco

1,965

2,278

1,931

1,529

1,186

981

751

563

682

TOBAGO

580

660

565

503

360

336

228

179

208

St.Andrew

284

312

216

216

145

118

76

86

98

St.David

215

259

210

152

134

98

82

56

84

St.George

77

121

79

52

30

34

37

27

42

St.John

92

132

96

70

45

47

36

22

30

St.Mary

533

576

561

425

377

250

224

141

165

St.Patrick

184

219

204

111

95

98

68

53

55

St.Paul

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

81

TABLE 5
INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

TRINIDAD

All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

5,403

42

145

248

578

649

501

394

319

5,285

39

132

240

569

646

499

387

316

City of Port of Spain

776

15

38

34

42

44

57

39

City of San
Fernando

158

11

Borough of Arima

186

12

16

12

Borough of
Chaguanas

13

Borough of Point
Fortin

70

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

247

15

38

24

Diego Martin

562

18

20

47

27

33

36

49

49

San Juan /
Laventille

201

21

10

10

Sangre Grande

149

16

20

50

2,823

35

72

434

544

394

267

206

TOBAGO

118

14

St.Andrew

79

14

Mayaro/ Rio Claro


Penal/ Debe
Princes Town

Siparia
Tunapuna/ Piarco

St.David

18

St.John

St.Mary

21

St.George

St.Patrick
St.Paul

82

AGE GROUP

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 5
INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
AGE GROUP

MUNICIPALITY

40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

290

320

242

174

176

233

179

181

732

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

290

316

239

174

171

225

170

172

700

TRINIDAD

38

65

48

43

33

78

24

26

149

City of Port of Spain

11

24

18

53

City of San
Fernando

17

22

47

Borough of Arima

Borough of
Chaguanas

20

Borough of Point
Fortin

10

19

21

16

12

17

13

12

21

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

57

65

40

26

18

28

15

21

56

Diego Martin

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

14

Penal/ Debe

Princes Town

10

13

14

67

San Juan /
Laventille

14

50

Sangre Grande

21

Siparia

165

143

96

51

75

44

42

47

199

Tunapuna/ Piarco

32

TOBAGO

St.Andrew

St.David

11

St.George

St.John

St.Mary

12

St.Patrick

St.Paul

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

83

TABLE 5
INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

3,739

25

75

143

443

479

430

343

289

3,679

24

71

136

442

476

428

337

286

466

13

19

15

40

32

50

33

City of San
Fernando

69

Borough of Arima

93

Borough of Point
Fortin

34

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

143

21

12

Diego Martin

452

16

45

23

33

36

48

19

TRINIDAD
City of Port of Spain

Borough of
Chaguanas

Mayaro/ Rio Claro


Penal/ Debe
Princes Town

San Juan /
Laventille

98

12

Sangre Grande

67

Siparia

24

2,210

21

48

361

393

342

235

194

Tunapuna/ Piarco

84

AGE GROUP

TOBAGO

59

St.Andrew

45

St.David

St.George

St.John

St.Mary

St.Patrick

St.Paul

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 5
INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
AGE GROUP

MUNICIPALITY

40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

265

279

207

134

118

106

96

89

218

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

265

276

204

134

116

100

92

85

207

TRINIDAD

34

55

37

35

22

22

15

16

16

City of San
Fernando

12

19

Borough of Arima

Borough of
Chaguanas

Borough of Point
Fortin

11

18

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

54

61

38

24

10

17

22

Diego Martin

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

Penal/ Debe

Princes Town

10

14

San Juan /
Laventille

19

Sangre Grande

Siparia

157

133

86

44

60

29

29

19

53

Tunapuna/ Piarco

11

TOBAGO

St.Andrew

St.David

St.George

St.John

St.Mary

St.Patrick

St.Paul

33 City of Port of Spain

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

85

TABLE 5
INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
MUNICIPALITY

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

TRINIDAD
City of Port of Spain

All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

1,664

17

71

105

135

169

72

51

30

1,605

15

60

104

127

169

72

50

30

311

19

19

11

City of San
Fernando

89

Borough of Arima

93

11

Borough of Point
Fortin

36

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

104

17

12

Diego Martin

109

10

30

103

Sangre Grande

82

11

Siparia

26

613

14

24

73

151

52

32

12

TOBAGO

59

10

St.Andrew

34

10

10

St.John

St.Mary

15

Borough of
Chaguanas

Mayaro/ Rio Claro


Penal/ Debe
Princes Town
San Juan /
Laventille

Tunapuna/ Piarco

St.David
St.George

St.Patrick
St.Paul

86

AGE GROUP

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 5
INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
AGE GROUP

MUNICIPALITY

40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

25

41

35

41

59

127

82

92

514

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

25

40

35

41

56

125

77

87

493

TRINIDAD

11

12

11

56

16

11

116

City of Port of Spain

37

City of San
Fernando

10

28

Borough of Arima

Borough of
Chaguanas

14

Borough of Point
Fortin

10

12

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

11

13

33

Diego Martin

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

Penal/ Debe

Princes Town

53

San Juan /
Laventille

31

Sangre Grande

12

Siparia

10

10

15

15

13

28

146

Tunapuna/ Piarco

21

TOBAGO

St.Andrew

St.David

St.George

St.John

St.Mary

10

St.Patrick

St.Paul

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

87

TABLE 6
POPULATION IN COLLECTIVE LIVING QUARTERS BY TYPE AND SHIPS IN HARBOUR, BY SEX
AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
TYPE OF COLLECTIVE LIVING QUARTERS
Institutional Persons

Total

Hotels,
rooming
houses and
other lodgings

Health

Orphanage

Religious
Institutions

Educational
Institutions

Homes
for the
Aged

Hostels

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

MUNICIPALITY

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

6,798

974

231

465

101

605

1,356

86

TRINIDAD

6,063

357

231

465

101

605

1,288

86

City of Port of Spain

1,122

182

39

49

30

181

73

City of San
Fernando

164

25

113

Borough of Arima

186

26

34

21

105

13

Borough of Point
Fortin

104

40

30

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

441

14

73

10

18

101

Diego Martin

606

16

43

48

11

112

49

13

28

San Juan /
Laventille

324

123

11

19

14

129

Sangre Grande

149

51

95

50

12

38

2,854

19

30

167

31

562

349

TOBAGO

735

617

68

St.Andrew

146

67

29

Borough of
Chaguanas

Mayaro/ Rio Claro


Penal/ Debe
Princes Town

Siparia
Tunapuna/ Piarco

St.David

72

72

St.George

18

18

St.John

73

73

St.Mary

426

405

21

St.Patrick
St.Paul

88

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 6
POPULATION IN COLLECTIVE LIVING QUARTERS BY TYPE AND SHIPS IN HARBOUR, BY SEX
AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
TYPE OF COLLECTIVE LIVING QUARTERS
Institutional Persons
Differently Correctional
Abled
/Penal
Institutions

Shelters

(9)

(10)

(11)

Other

Worker
Camps

(12)

(13)

Collective
living
Ships in the
quarters Total
Harbour
(col 2-13)
(14)

MUNICIPALITY

(15)

303

50

2,162

45

118

6496

303

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

274

50

2,146

39

118

5760

303

TRINIDAD

210

174

20

78

1037

86

City of Port of Spain

11

164

City of San
Fernando

186

Borough of Arima

13

Borough of
Chaguanas

79

25

Borough of Point
Fortin

28

249

192

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

348

28

606

Diego Martin

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

49

Penal/ Debe

Princes Town

19

324

San Juan /
Laventille

149

Sangre Grande

50

Siparia

38

1,624

19

12

2854

Tunapuna/ Piarco

29

16

736

TOBAGO

29

16

147

St.Andrew

72

St.David

18

St.George

73

St.John

St.Mary

426

St.Patrick

St.Paul

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

89

TABLE 6
POPULATION IN COLLECTIVE LIVING QUARTERS BY TYPE AND SHIPS IN HARBOUR, BY SEX
AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
TYPE OF COLLECTIVE LIVING QUARTERS

Total

Hotels,
rooming
houses
and other
lodgings

(1)

(2)

MUNICIPALITY

Institutional Persons
Health

Orphanage

Religious
Institutions

Educational
Institutions

Homes
for the
Aged

Hostels

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

4,630

516

119

259

42

367

558

41

4,252

198

119

259

42

367

526

41

681

93

16

36

43

33

City of San
Fernando

71

45

Borough of Arima

93

22

15

49

Borough of Point
Fortin

65

21

13

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

337

14

34

18

48

Diego Martin

491

13

23

25

11

47

19

11

173

75

12

75

Sangre Grande

67

24

42

Siparia

24

19

2,227

12

105

19

333

130

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

TRINIDAD

City of Port of Spain

Borough of
Chaguanas

Mayaro/ Rio Claro


Penal/ Debe
Princes Town
San Juan / Laventille

Tunapuna/ Piarco

TOBAGO

377

318

32

St.Andrew

84

39

18

St.David

36

36

St.John

33

33

St.Mary

216

210

St.George

St.Patrick
St.Paul

90

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 6
POPULATION IN COLLECTIVE LIVING QUARTERS BY TYPE AND SHIPS IN HARBOUR, BY SEX
AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
TYPE OF COLLECTIVE LIVING QUARTERS
Institutional Persons
Differently Correctional
Abled
/Penal
Institutions

Shelters

(9)

(10)

(11)

Other

Worker
Camps

Collective
living
quarters Total
(col 2-13)

Ships
in the
Harbour

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

MUNICIPALITY

235

43

2,049

26

75

4330

300

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

226

43

2,033

24

75

3953

300

TRINIDAD

193

133

37

596

85

City of Port of Spain

11

71

City of San
Fernando

93

Borough of Arima

Borough of
Chaguanas

42

23

Borough of Point
Fortin

22

144

192

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

347

26

492

Diego Martin

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

19

Penal/ Debe

Princes Town

San Juan / Laventille

67

Sangre Grande

24

Siparia

38

1,553

19

12

2227

Tunapuna/ Piarco

16

377

TOBAGO

16

84

St.Andrew

36

St.David

St.George

33

St.John

St.Mary

216

St.Patrick

St.Paul

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

91

TABLE 6
POPULATION IN COLLECTIVE LIVING QUARTERS BY TYPE AND SHIPS IN HARBOUR, BY SEX
AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
TYPE OF COLLECTIVE LIVING QUARTERS

Total

Health

Orphanage

Religious
Institutions

Educational
Institutions

Homes
for the
Aged

Hostels

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

2,168

458

112

207

59

238

798

44

1,810

159

112

207

59

238

762

44

442

89

23

13

23

138

40

City of San
Fernando

93

16

68

Borough of Arima

93

19

14

56

Borough of Point
Fortin

39

19

17

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

104

38

53

Diego Martin

114

20

23

65

30

10

17

151

48

10

54

Sangre Grande

82

27

53

Siparia

26

19

627

14

18

62

12

229

219

TOBAGO

358

299

36

St.Andrew

62

28

11

St.David

36

36

St.George

10

10

St.John

40

40

St.Mary

210

195

15

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

TRINIDAD
City of Port of Spain

Borough of
Chaguanas

Mayaro/ Rio Claro


Penal/ Debe
Princes Town
San Juan /
Laventille

Tunapuna/ Piarco

St.Patrick
St.Paul

92

Institutional Persons

Hotels,
rooming
houses and
other lodgings

MUNICIPALITY

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 6
POPULATION IN COLLECTIVE LIVING QUARTERS BY TYPE AND SHIPS IN HARBOUR, BY SEX
AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
TYPE OF COLLECTIVE LIVING QUARTERS
Institutional Persons
Differently Correctional
Abled
/Penal
Institutions

Shelters

(9)

(10)

(11)

Other

Worker
Camps

Collective
living
quarters Total
(col 2-13)

Ships
in the
Harbour

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

MUNICIPALITY

68

113

18

43

2165

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

48

113

15

43

1807

TRINIDAD

17

41

15

41

441

City of Port of Spain

93

City of San
Fernando

93

Borough of Arima

Borough of
Chaguanas

37

Borough of Point
Fortin

104

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

114

Diego Martin

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

29

Penal/ Debe

Princes Town

19

151

San Juan /
Laventille

82

Sangre Grande

26

Siparia

71

627

Tunapuna/ Piarco

19

357

TOBAGO

19

61

St.Andrew

36

St.David

10

St.George

40

St.John

St.Mary

210

St.Patrick

St.Paul

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

93

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

BOTH SEXES
AGE GROUP
All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

1,322,546

94,033

91,140

87,673

98,001

113,771

123,008

105,161

92,183

452,536

29,924

29,574

29,005

32,555

39,462

43,245

36,008

30,539

Caucasian

7,832

261

322

353

356

326

385

483

505

Chinese

4,003

162

155

166

153

198

265

254

269

468,524

25,636

25,945

26,052

31,448

39,035

44,217

39,425

35,709

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO


African

East Indian
Indigenous

1,394

63

80

56

63

112

102

113

105

Mixed - African/ East Indian

101,363

12,747

11,208

9,870

9,523

9,851

9,885

7,639

6,210

Mixed - Other

200,503

19,634

17,823

16,525

16,792

17,976

18,190

14,599

12,262

837

13

19

26

34

44

48

46

1,029

34

50

46

60

65

82

68

68

Portuguese
Syrian/ Lebanese
Other ethnic group
Not stated

2,280

149

128

125

117

131

171

227

223

82,246

5,411

5,846

5,455

6,908

6,582

6,422

6,297

6,247

1,261,811

89,202

86,677

83,494

93,316

108,760

117,659

100,491

88,128

400,737

26,052

25,897

25,538

28,553

35,125

38,613

32,064

27,069

Caucasian

7,390

253

312

343

351

319

376

456

484

Chinese

3,952

157

155

165

153

198

262

247

266

East Indian

466,980

25,555

25,873

25,975

31,378

38,911

44,082

39,268

35,560

Indigenous

1,328

57

69

51

56

108

98

106

101

98,769

12,361

10,883

9,600

9,255

9,608

9,641

7,437

6,056

197,950

19,294

17,574

16,302

16,598

17,784

18,010

14,413

12,103

825

13

18

26

34

44

48

46

TRINIDAD
African

Mixed - African/ East Indian


Mixed - Other
Portuguese
Syrian/ Lebanese

1,013

34

49

46

59

64

81

66

66

Other ethnic group

2,200

147

126

118

113

129

167

222

219

80,665

5,280

5,730

5,339

6,774

6,481

6,286

6,164

6,160

Not stated

City of Port of Spain

35,914

2,285

2,251

2,150

2,358

2,748

3,103

2,519

2,108

African

18,522

1,146

1,137

1,116

1,257

1,504

1,718

1,382

1,089

Caucasian

489

13

14

22

13

26

26

35

Chinese

372

11

15

14

13

19

26

16

East Indian

3,447

90

112

130

172

217

242

232

214

Indigenous

91

10

Mixed - African/ East Indian

3,718

346

379

329

281

324

310

280

220

Mixed - Other

6,984

533

468

421

480

545

589

404

398

89

Syrian/ Lebanese

151

10

11

11

Other ethnic group

233

15

11

14

23

22

26

1,817

131

105

106

115

108

162

124

84

Portuguese

Not stated

94

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES

MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

85,832

95,750

86,901

73,005

58,442

44,383

30,096

20,559

22,608

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

27,629

31,837

30,310

25,514

20,731

15,691

11,546

8,527

10,440

African

560

620

709

659

652

599

396

271

375

Caucasian

260

311

313

321

336

238

233

150

220

Chinese

35,204

39,634

34,455

29,428

22,360

17,103

10,845

6,413

5,616

East Indian

101

110

117

105

63

84

44

36

40

Indigenous

5,127

5,014

4,143

3,172

2,332

1,781

1,184

783

895

Mixed - African/ East Indian

11,119

12,018

10,771

8,837

7,182

5,602

4,164

3,116

3,893

Mixed - Other

43

81

54

72

76

66

68

56

82

Portuguese

73

90

82

73

58

52

54

41

33

Syrian/ Lebanese

195

191

117

108

106

75

89

44

84

Other ethnic group

5,522

5,845

5,831

4,716

4,546

3,093

1,472

1,120

931

Not stated

82,010

91,178

82,949

69,934

55,955

42,502

28,656

19,506

21,396

TRINIDAD

24,339

27,862

26,879

22,868

18,586

14,095

10,267

7,600

9,332

African

527

585

660

608

600

535

368

253

362

Caucasian

256

305

306

315

332

238

232

147

217

Chinese

35,080

39,485

34,335

29,334

22,294

17,042

10,820

6,392

5,596

East Indian

99

105

115

104

59

81

44

35

40

Indigenous

5,005

4,901

4,056

3,108

2,293

1,754

1,163

770

881

Mixed - African/ East Indian

10,962

11,879

10,631

8,724

7,095

5,529

4,123

3,074

3,856

Mixed - Other

41

79

52

72

76

64

68

56

81

Portuguese

73

88

81

72

57

51

54

41

33

Syrian/ Lebanese

188

180

108

106

101

68

81

43

84

Other ethnic group

5,439

5,711

5,726

4,624

4,461

3,045

1,435

1,096

914

Not stated

1,990

2,266

2,471

2,352

2,117

1,626

1,190

971

1,409

City of Port of Spain

1,004

1,108

1,277

1,191

1,067

822

544

485

676

African

32

44

36

48

47

43

32

17

38

Caucasian

19

30

27

23

31

20

26

23

51

Chinese

245

281

308

312

283

198

159

137

114

East Indian

Indigenous

207

196

187

163

129

137

82

54

96

Mixed - African/ East Indian

364

447

463

406

379

285

252

198

351

Mixed - Other

10

13

18

Portuguese

11

14

13

10

10

10

10

Syrian/ Lebanese

20

22

17

11

10

10

Other ethnic group

76

112

145

168

143

91

64

41

42

Not stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

95

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

AGE GROUP
All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

City of San Fernando

48,635

3,122

3,138

2,959

3,276

3,876

4,367

3,819

3,217

African

17,369

993

1,068

989

1,138

1,391

1,639

1,374

1,150

Caucasian

227

17

10

14

13

Chinese

307

10

13

16

24

20

15

14,766

657

680

738

853

1,069

1,223

1,212

1,078

39

3,989

488

409

378

360

384

376

293

229

East Indian
Indigenous
Mixed - African/ East
Indian
Mixed - Other

8,455

759

722

642

664

743

788

608

489

Portuguese

25

Syrian/ Lebanese

48

Other ethnic group


Not stated

115

10

14

10

3,297

213

244

184

215

261

297

273

225

Borough of Arima

33,404

2,321

2,313

2,130

2,260

2,817

3,056

2,765

2,295

African

10,547

608

590

571

627

892

954

915

792

Caucasian

60

116

13

11

5,177

224

238

206

286

401

493

443

353

98

11

2,375

255

237

211

191

255

234

197

135

12,799

1,056

1,060

999

1,004

1,104

1,171

1,004

833

Portuguese

17

Syrian/ Lebanese

22

Other ethnic group

48

2,146

159

172

130

138

148

176

174

148

Borough of Chaguanas

83,489

5,800

5,696

5,342

6,172

6,965

8,230

7,432

6,644

African

21,132

1,360

1,340

1,308

1,565

1,843

2,149

1,892

1,726

137

14

11

13

Chinese
East Indian
Indigenous
Mixed - African/ East
Indian
Mixed - Other

Not stated

Caucasian
Chinese

227

15

14

14

25

25

14

44,695

2,444

2,635

2,536

3,084

3,646

4,420

4,006

3,665

51

5,873

870

650

573

603

548

544

493

390

7,834

846

784

688

675

626

727

683

559

Portuguese

20

Syrian/ Lebanese

24

East Indian
Indigenous
Mixed - African/ East
Indian
Mixed - Other

Other ethnic group


Not stated

96

BOTH SEXES

133

23

15

3,364

248

256

223

223

270

331

293

249

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES

MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

2,852

3,368

3,384

2,901

2,526

2,009

1,380

1,039

1,401

City of San Fernando

963

1,223

1,206

1,060

912

696

511

410

648

African

17

19

25

22

23

25

10

Caucasian

18

26

39

24

34

13

13

18

16

Chinese

1,017

1,211

1,174

1,032

857

767

518

338

343

East Indian

215

179

215

132

102

93

48

39

50

419

487

487

400

395

250

197

155

249

Indigenous
Mixed - African/ East
Indian
Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

13

10

Other ethnic group

186

207

231

212

187

154

71

66

72

Not stated

2,121

2,394

2,120

1,970

1,623

1,210

813

527

669

Borough of Arima

683

782

713

691

589

422

296

203

219

African

Caucasian

10

11

13

Chinese

347

496

439

393

311

229

155

79

85

East Indian

165

132

112

76

59

49

33

15

18

780

812

693

616

519

397

282

176

291

Indigenous
Mixed - African/ East
Indian
Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

130

149

134

170

120

85

33

38

42

Not stated

5,966

6,210

5,408

4,523

3,429

2,494

1,562

837

779

1,425

1,498

1,467

1,109

857

655

415

237

286

African

11

11

10

15

13

Caucasian

Borough of Chaguanas

17

26

11

10

16

13

10

Chinese

3,539

3,727

3,048

2,723

2,030

1,471

878

461

381

East Indian

306

266

220

154

105

65

48

20

18

436

445

384

294

248

166

117

80

76

Indigenous
Mixed - African/ East
Indian
Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

10

14

10

Other ethnic group

212

216

254

215

149

104

77

31

13

Not stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

97

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

BOTH SEXES
AGE GROUP
All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Borough of Point Fortin

20,161

1,597

1,455

1,338

1,536

1,861

2,010

1,492

1,245

African

12,003

874

823

734

930

1,117

1,211

872

759

Caucasian
Chinese
East Indian
Indigenous

25

2,321

113

113

101

137

195

224

200

163

19

Mixed - African/ East Indian

1,802

254

206

178

165

191

181

129

99

Mixed - Other

1,835

207

158

165

153

186

175

116

92

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group


Not stated

Couva/ Tabaquite/ Talparo


African

32

2,115

146

150

156

150

165

212

167

123

178,160

12,681

12,056

11,580

13,026

15,299

17,245

14,817

13,135

33,758

2,165

2,107

2,115

2,387

2,847

3,234

2,865

2,455

Caucasian

197

10

11

11

14

Chinese

291

22

10

22

10

24

19

23

23

East Indian

102,724

5,952

5,917

5,906

7,067

8,549

10,081

8,796

7,932

Indigenous

124

15

Mixed - African/ East Indian

13,154

1,743

1,491

1,306

1,246

1,295

1,277

999

844

Mixed - Other

19,124

2,105

1,826

1,610

1,619

1,842

1,788

1,433

1,243

30

Portuguese
Syrian/ Lebanese

19

Other ethnic group

141

13

14

13

16

20

8,598

672

672

596

676

716

807

663

590

Not stated
Diego Martin
African

102,340

6,835

6,839

6,752

7,295

8,087

8,834

7,361

6,542

43,982

2,741

2,798

2,791

3,102

3,837

4,062

3,325

2,801

Caucasian

4,432

174

220

244

232

207

215

285

279

Chinese

1,003

17

31

38

33

51

40

43

57

East Indian

9,523

329

363

414

478

644

756

746

690

Indigenous

134

13

13

Mixed - African/ East Indian

8,756

1,029

941

771

751

808

889

618

536

27,624

2,175

2,115

2,105

2,253

2,138

2,326

1,832

1,726

Portuguese

401

18

19

20

23

23

Syrian/ Lebanese

581

15

27

31

42

48

40

30

25

Other ethnic group

567

40

31

41

34

17

36

47

54

5,337

307

310

306

346

314

442

401

339

Mixed - Other

Not stated

98

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES

MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

1,116

1,458

1,308

1,125

858

518

442

337

466

Borough of Point Fortin

657

864

792

698

508

332

275

240

315

African

Caucasian

Chinese

162

228

196

157

125

80

58

36

34

East Indian

Indigenous

82

90

64

48

34

19

30

13

20

Mixed - African/ East Indian

85

107

93

85

55

41

46

20

50

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

127

159

159

130

132

41

26

26

44

Not stated

12,369

13,709

11,928

9,891

7,402

5,423

3,354

2,150

2,095

Couva/ Tabaquite/ Talparo

2,165

2,403

2,272

2,001

1,547

1,154

767

566

706

African

13

23

19

16

22

10

11

Caucasian

18

22

27

17

16

14

11

Chinese

7,869

8,794

7,565

6,196

4,519

3,381

2,031

1,206

963

East Indian

10

11

Indigenous

670

670

502

363

279

214

101

59

92

Mixed - African/ East Indian

1,068

1,124

962

776

573

411

285

228

233

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

542

651

556

505

437

224

141

77

73

Not stated

6,292

7,282

6,847

5,710

5,086

4,255

3,235

2,430

2,659

2,679

3,126

2,924

2,392

2,081

1,744

1,392

1,020

1,167

African

310

323

404

331

323

308

211

150

215

Caucasian

64

82

87

94

94

79

75

38

81

Chinese

633

903

861

757

632

508

367

239

205

East Indian

14

19

14

Indigenous

Diego Martin

452

466

402

312

224

188

151

110

107

Mixed - African/ East Indian

1,654

1,820

1,655

1,356

1,235

1,070

798

675

692

Mixed - Other

23

46

23

33

35

32

33

26

32

Portuguese

44

55

57

32

33

24

34

24

20

Syrian/ Lebanese

73

50

23

28

20

19

14

32

Other ethnic group

353

398

393

361

403

275

154

132

102

Not stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

99

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

Mayaro/ Rio Claro


African

AGE GROUP
All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

35,649

2,719

2,678

2,644

2,971

3,401

3,213

2,617

2,342

8,442

534

549

598

656

822

826

560

529

Caucasian

22

Chinese

28

17,400

969

1,052

1,096

1,340

1,554

1,520

1,365

1,277

19

3,227

485

401

345

348

359

310

229

170

East Indian
Indigenous
Mixed - African/ East
Indian
Mixed - Other

5,401

664

591

526

534

543

443

376

287

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group


Not stated

1,093

65

82

75

91

120

109

80

74

Penal/ Debe

89,342

5,916

5,703

5,520

6,342

7,697

8,720

7,347

6,490

African

10,885

650

665

633

742

991

1,064

848

713

Caucasian

217

11

19

18

10

10

Chinese

217

15

15

14

10

24

14

20

63,629

3,842

3,669

3,637

4,305

5,417

6,232

5,393

4,780

51

4,523

568

512

442

482

428

451

357

285

5,115

520

455

446

460

472

503

362

289

Portuguese

30

Syrian/ Lebanese

20

Other ethnic group

72

13

4,583

306

369

329

327

352

427

343

378

102,369

7,572

6,919

6,848

8,021

9,323

9,994

8,228

7,108

23,939

1,775

1,583

1,667

1,909

2,112

2,392

1,898

1,688

33

East Indian
Indigenous
Mixed - African/ East
Indian
Mixed - Other

Not stated
Princes Town
African
Caucasian
Chinese
East Indian
Indigenous
Mixed - African/ East
Indian
Mixed - Other
Portuguese
Syrian/ Lebanese
Other ethnic group
Not Stated

100

BOTH SEXES

154

14

16

16

10

17

10

55,720

3,200

3,135

3,174

3,965

4,917

5,363

4,683

4,104

54

7,021

952

814

754

743

716

706

507

453

9,784

1,194

937

854

956

1,045

987

680

492

10

56

5,589

428

435

386

425

510

518

437

348

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES

MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

2,464

2,706

2,230

1,705

1,310

933

798

470

445

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

599

649

558

425

310

253

248

167

161

African

Caucasian

Chinese

1,381

1,556

1,256

946

783

530

390

201

184

East Indian

156

106

98

80

46

28

39

16

14

273

308

232

178

121

88

100

65

74

Indigenous
Mixed - African/ East
Indian
Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

48

83

81

68

47

25

16

19

10

Not stated

6,239

7,198

6,229

5,013

3,673

2,988

1,975

1,162

1,129

Penal/ Debe

650

831

766

684

496

401

282

213

255

African

23

25

22

18

16

Caucasian

20

19

16

14

13

Chinese

4,725

5,412

4,609

3,681

2,689

2,240

1,460

797

739

East Indian

231

208

175

114

106

71

42

24

27

272

348

290

228

146

110

94

56

61

Indigenous
Mixed - African/ East
Indian
Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

11

Other ethnic group

310

340

339

261

187

149

79

57

32

Not stated

6,747

7,715

6,512

5,346

3,952

3,227

2,062

1,340

1,456

1,423

1,631

1,524

1,188

905

732

571

415

526

African

Caucasian

Princes Town

14

13

Chinese

4,155

4,774

3,935

3,303

2,432

2,025

1,193

674

689

East Indian

303

319

216

188

124

96

55

44

33

491

513

444

328

240

190

148

140

146

Indigenous
Mixed - African/ East
Indian
Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

361

441

375

312

239

176

85

58

56

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

101

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

BOTH SEXES
AGE GROUP
All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

157,021

11,951

11,426

10,743

11,467

13,403

15,024

12,639

10,492

82,679

5,988

5,795

5,654

6,109

7,367

8,170

6,642

5,433

Caucasian

869

39

35

26

22

33

52

64

71

Chinese

500

19

20

20

24

23

31

18

43

27,762

1,446

1,446

1,443

1,645

2,084

2,531

2,446

2,104

San Juan / Laventille


African

East Indian
Indigenous

118

14

Mixed - African/ East Indian

14,581

1,739

1,564

1,309

1,265

1,433

1,494

1,117

873

Mixed - Other

22,491

2,172

1,967

1,793

1,866

1,901

2,005

1,679

1,410

114

49

Portuguese
Syrian/ Lebanese
Other ethnic group
Not stated

305

17

15

14

17

19

24

22

33

7,553

520

575

478

507

522

698

632

508

Sangre Grande

75,605

5,910

5,831

5,609

6,014

7,021

6,863

5,835

5,304

African

22,693

1,498

1,481

1,509

1,739

2,093

2,013

1,725

1,608

Caucasian

59

106

13

13

10

East Indian

23,461

1,256

1,325

1,309

1,579

2,087

2,161

1,941

1,876

Indigenous

110

11

9,745

1,176

1,111

981

949

948

955

678

592

17,384

1,794

1,729

1,634

1,563

1,717

1,539

1,320

1,078

14

Chinese

Mixed - African/ East Indian


Mixed - Other
Portuguese
Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

71

1,958

168

164

157

174

150

166

146

127

Not stated

Siparia

86,898

6,269

5,901

5,653

6,441

8,036

8,065

6,613

5,478

African

27,522

1,694

1,772

1,705

1,956

2,508

2,579

2,106

1,634

26

150

17

15

11

East Indian

37,901

2,077

2,038

2,072

2,565

3,398

3,528

3,043

2,668

Indigenous

234

18

13

15

31

18

18

18

Caucasian
Chinese

Mixed - African/ East Indian

5,930

858

675

627

632

634

567

421

282

12,251

1,389

1,168

1,045

1,055

1,209

1,120

815

691

Portuguese

10

Syrian/ Lebanese

15

Other ethnic group

79

2,780

214

217

183

207

241

228

192

166

Mixed - Other

Not stated

102

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES

MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

9,704

10,460

9,834

8,452

6,721

5,012

3,759

2,763

3,171

San Juan / Laventille

5,010

5,516

5,304

4,314

3,425

2,499

2,014

1,565

1,873

African

61

64

58

89

68

61

51

28

46

Caucasian

49

38

30

43

46

20

31

16

28

Chinese

2,058

2,167

2,066

2,000

1,556

1,152

735

485

397

East Indian

10

17

13

Indigenous

730

751

625

487

392

272

215

147

168

Mixed - African/ East Indian

1,290

1,348

1,186

997

799

700

497

382

499

Mixed - Other

10

10

10

14

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

27

19

26

14

13

15

11

10

Other ethnic group

467

532

515

482

406

280

188

115

130

Not stated

4,914

5,236

4,651

3,849

2,834

2,113

1,519

981

1,121

Sangre Grande

1,448

1,657

1,550

1,241

946

721

554

369

540

African

11

Caucasian

10

11

Chinese

1,858

1,918

1,712

1,487

1,093

821

510

304

227

East Indian

13

Indigenous

510

525

373

328

207

149

112

80

71

Mixed - African/ East Indian

970

981

856

658

467

337

288

201

252

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

106

137

131

105

96

64

34

17

16

Not stated

5,459

6,415

5,859

5,028

3,757

2,848

1,974

1,425

1,678

1,578

2,035

1,976

1,684

1,217

973

703

593

808

African

Caucasian

10

14

13

Chinese

2,792

3,212

2,796

2,421

1,891

1,364

943

586

508

East Indian

23

17

14

18

Indigenous

247

253

228

179

112

100

30

30

56

Mixed - African/ East Indian

641

682

637

513

363

299

229

155

239

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

10

Other ethnic group

162

203

183

195

143

89

50

47

59

Not stated

Siparia

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

103

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

BOTH SEXES
AGE GROUP
All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

212,825

14,222

14,471

14,227

16,139

18,224

18,935

17,007

15,728

67,265

4,026

4,189

4,147

4,435

5,800

6,601

5,660

4,690

Caucasian

614

10

18

17

18

25

27

33

33

Chinese

455

11

20

19

15

16

32

30

34

58,454

2,956

3,152

3,212

3,905

4,733

5,309

4,762

4,656

Tunapuna/ Piarco
African

East Indian

184

10

18

11

11

Mixed - African/ East Indian

Indigenous

14,077

1,598

1,492

1,398

1,237

1,284

1,348

1,119

948

Mixed - Other

40,869

3,879

3,594

3,375

3,317

3,713

3,849

3,101

2,515

Portuguese

64

Syrian/ Lebanese

65

342

25

14

22

20

32

31

42

31

Not stated

Other ethnic group

30,437

1,702

1,981

2,029

3,181

2,603

1,713

2,240

2,799

TOBAGO

60,735

4,831

4,463

4,179

4,685

5,012

5,349

4,670

4,054

African

51,800

3,872

3,677

3,467

4,002

4,337

4,632

3,945

3,470

441

10

10

26

22

50

East Indian

1,544

81

72

78

70

124

135

157

150

Indigenous

65

10

Mixed - African/ East Indian

2,594

386

325

271

268

243

245

202

154

Mixed - Other

2,553

341

250

223

194

192

180

186

159

11

Caucasian
Chinese

Portuguese
Syrian/ Lebanese

16

Other ethnic group

79

1,580

131

116

117

134

101

136

133

88

Not stated

104

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES

MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

13,776

14,761

14,167

12,070

10,666

7,845

4,595

3,072

2,918

Tunapuna/ Piarco

4,056

4,539

4,549

4,191

3,727

2,692

1,692

1,117

1,154

African

43

58

68

54

67

50

30

33

28

Caucasian

26

34

28

40

36

42

35

19

16

Chinese

4,300

4,805

4,369

3,925

3,094

2,277

1,423

849

727

East Indian

16

15

13

17

11

18

Indigenous

731

740

640

485

375

273

179

120

110

Mixed - African/ East Indian

2,220

2,455

2,247

1,890

1,556

1,184

790

542

642

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

20

20

10

13

14

10

17

13

Other ethnic group

2,361

2,083

2,231

1,441

1,772

1,287

418

372

223

Not stated

3,822

4,572

3,952

3,070

2,487

1,881

1,440

1,053

1,212

TOBAGO

3,290

3,974

3,431

2,646

2,145

1,596

1,279

928

1,108

African

33

35

49

51

52

64

28

18

13

Caucasian

Chinese

123

149

120

94

65

61

25

22

19

East Indian

Indigenous

122

113

87

64

40

26

21

14

14

Mixed - African/ East Indian

156

139

140

113

86

73

41

42

38

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

11

Other ethnic group

83

134

105

92

85

48

37

24

17

Not stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

105

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

MALE
AGE GROUP
All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

662,349

47,781

46,265

44,774

49,424

56,983

61,811

53,519

46,538

African

228,068

15,424

15,180

15,000

16,466

19,861

21,670

18,349

15,326

Caucasian

4,174

139

181

192

191

172

198

235

265

Chinese

2,120

79

71

90

71

99

134

123

149

236,823

13,049

13,194

13,295

16,116

19,756

22,539

20,395

18,469

East Indian

671

30

43

34

30

54

42

54

58

Mixed - African/ East Indian

Indigenous

50,096

6,335

5,651

4,904

4,670

4,847

4,887

3,773

3,045

Mixed - Other

96,754

9,948

8,854

8,433

8,343

8,761

8,912

7,043

5,780

Portuguese

433

15

15

18

26

20

23

Syrian/ Lebanese

562

16

28

18

31

33

52

44

40

1,132

74

69

59

67

67

84

109

108

Not stated

41,517

2,681

2,988

2,734

3,425

3,314

3,265

3,374

3,275

TRINIDAD

632,051

45,328

43,947

42,587

47,064

54,426

59,236

51,232

44,603

African

202,080

13,452

13,261

13,209

14,464

17,630

19,401

16,388

13,656

Caucasian

3,951

135

175

187

190

168

192

225

257

Chinese

2,093

76

71

89

71

99

132

120

148

East Indian

236,097

13,003

13,155

13,249

16,077

19,693

22,497

20,308

18,391

Indigenous

640

28

38

31

26

50

41

50

57

Mixed - African/ East Indian

48,899

6,139

5,490

4,761

4,536

4,730

4,783

3,702

2,987

Mixed - Other

95,492

9,777

8,723

8,306

8,231

8,682

8,824

6,964

5,705

428

14

15

18

26

20

23

Other ethnic group

Portuguese
Syrian/ Lebanese

551

16

28

18

30

32

51

42

39

1,099

74

68

54

66

65

84

108

108

Not stated

40,722

2,619

2,934

2,669

3,358

3,259

3,203

3,305

3,232

City of Port of Spain

17,227

1,178

1,129

1,087

1,151

1,308

1,552

1,223

1,002

Other ethnic group

9,110

604

566

584

627

717

856

673

536

Caucasian

African

257

13

11

13

17

Chinese

207

11

13

14

East Indian

1,593

40

65

60

84

115

124

113

93

Indigenous

35

Mixed - African/ East Indian

1,718

161

209

155

132

142

141

120

97

Mixed - Other

3,158

289

211

215

225

253

289

201

188

48

Portuguese
Syrian/ Lebanese

79

Other ethnic group

110

13

13

14

Not stated

912

60

51

44

51

56

94

67

40

106

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE

MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

43,190

48,365

43,737

36,554

29,503

21,458

14,101

9,188

9,158

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

14,111

16,197

15,412

12,915

10,588

7,829

5,597

3,903

4,239

African

299

325

406

352

361

342

207

146

164

Caucasian

149

168

165

179

202

135

125

79

102

Chinese

17,912

20,347

17,461

14,786

11,146

8,101

4,999

2,895

2,364

East Indian

43

51

64

54

31

41

18

13

13

Indigenous

2,572

2,441

2,070

1,572

1,154

893

557

347

378

Mixed - African/ East Indian

5,202

5,634

5,053

4,141

3,417

2,609

1,860

1,312

1,451

Mixed - Other

26

48

23

40

42

38

30

24

34

Portuguese

34

56

50

41

34

23

25

23

14

Syrian/ Lebanese

87

101

57

55

68

30

47

16

34

Other ethnic group

2,754

2,998

2,977

2,421

2,460

1,419

636

433

364

Not stated

41,332

46,071

41,716

35,013

28,201

20,558

13,411

8,698

8,629

TRINIDAD

12,513

14,172

13,646

11,576

9,460

7,053

4,986

3,472

3,743

African

279

305

384

330

330

310

187

135

161

Caucasian

147

166

162

176

198

135

125

79

100

Chinese

17,859

20,285

17,405

14,751

11,117

8,077

4,987

2,887

2,355

East Indian

43

50

61

54

28

40

18

11

13

Indigenous

2,518

2,400

2,030

1,541

1,139

882

545

339

376

Mixed - African/ East Indian

5,119

5,570

4,986

4,081

3,372

2,574

1,850

1,285

1,441

Mixed - Other

25

47

23

40

42

38

30

24

33

Portuguese

34

55

49

40

33

23

25

23

14

Syrian/ Lebanese

83

99

54

52

66

26

41

16

34

Other ethnic group

2,712

2,922

2,916

2,372

2,416

1,401

617

427

360

Not stated

957

1,079

1,202

1,102

1,078

823

508

392

456

488

537

650

592

541

439

261

213

225

African

17

20

24

25

33

23

14

14

Caucasian

14

17

14

14

19

10

11

10

30

Chinese

105

130

142

140

141

94

65

43

38

East Indian

Indigenous

City of Port of Spain

106

88

82

67

56

69

35

25

33

Mixed - African/ East Indian

171

187

201

164

182

126

97

71

88

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

11

Other ethnic group

39

74

75

82

82

47

16

17

16

Not stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

107

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

MALE
AGE GROUP
All
Ages
(1)

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

23,680

1,620

1,522

1,506

1,636

1,922

2,212

1,907

1,616

8,669

532

534

521

577

704

838

725

575

Caucasian

120

Chinese

161

13

10

7,065

343

326

370

442

546

583

583

556

City of San Fernando


African

East Indian
Indigenous

19

Mixed - African/ East Indian

1,941

244

195

186

180

179

197

133

105

Mixed - Other

3,976

388

337

332

311

340

418

296

232

Portuguese

13

Syrian/ Lebanese

31

Other ethnic group


Not stated

57

1,630

108

123

83

107

132

162

139

120

16,488

1,136

1,190

1,087

1,185

1,431

1,490

1,408

1,143

5,277

303

305

291

315

446

459

482

395

Caucasian

39

Chinese

73

East Indian

2,537

104

123

98

156

199

237

225

184

Indigenous

47

Mixed - African/ East Indian

1,160

121

110

99

112

122

114

105

67

Mixed - Other

6,205

525

551

532

512

571

571

487

402

Borough of Arima
African

Portuguese
Syrian/ Lebanese

14

Other ethnic group

32

1,097

76

91

61

80

82

91

90

73

Not stated

Borough of Chaguanas

41,660

2,924

2,878

2,742

3,128

3,481

4,109

3,700

3,408

African

10,663

669

693

707

809

947

1,055

960

882

94

10

109

11

East Indian

22,328

1,241

1,340

1,267

1,590

1,818

2,253

2,003

1,910

Indigenous

20

Caucasian
Chinese

Mixed - African/ East Indian

2,956

458

330

291

286

273

266

254

203

Mixed - Other

3,717

427

375

359

324

303

330

301

246

Portuguese

15

Syrian/ Lebanese

16

Other ethnic group

68

10

1,672

112

123

112

109

124

174

153

131

Not stated

108

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE

MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

1,383

1,607

1,634

1,432

1,202

914

611

422

534

City of San Fernando

479

596

609

559

444

342

222

162

250

African

14

10

14

10

15

13

Caucasian

16

18

17

22

Chinese

454

579

562

489

393

330

232

142

134

East Indian

Indigenous

115

84

108

75

52

39

19

13

18

Mixed - African/ East Indian

204

206

203

173

176

117

91

65

87

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

100

107

113

98

91

63

31

26

28

Not stated

1,029

1,180

1,011

976

776

589

368

225

264

Borough of Arima

357

397

324

342

302

220

145

101

93

African

Caucasian

11

Chinese

171

255

214

174

153

102

74

36

32

East Indian

Indigenous

72

55

58

42

26

27

15

10

Mixed - African/ East Indian

357

382

320

313

221

182

116

60

101

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

66

76

74

89

63

38

11

17

19

Not stated

2,987

3,100

2,729

2,230

1,630

1,210

733

403

268

731

770

731

543

417

327

198

123

101

African

10

10

Caucasian

Borough of Chaguanas

15

Chinese

1,754

1,870

1,525

1,360

949

701

403

212

131

East Indian

Indigenous

157

123

115

80

50

31

23

13

Mixed - African/ East Indian

207

204

197

125

117

84

60

32

26

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

109

102

135

110

77

46

33

18

Not stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

109

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

Borough of Point Fortin


African
Caucasian
Chinese
East Indian
Indigenous

MALE
AGE GROUP
All
Ages
(1)

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

10,059

796

773

666

748

948

1,036

724

634

6,070

443

431

372

456

578

641

439

397

16

1,106

60

56

57

60

98

100

99

64

Mixed - African/ East Indian

877

117

110

88

68

102

91

56

49

Mixed - Other

883

102

82

79

84

85

81

44

48

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group


Not stated
Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo
African

17

1,079

69

90

69

77

81

120

83

71

90,650

6,418

6,215

5,840

6,705

7,646

8,923

7,603

6,711

17,365

1,109

1,065

1,108

1,239

1,408

1,678

1,512

1,249

Caucasian

114

Chinese

156

10

13

11

11

11

East Indian

52,391

3,035

3,067

2,977

3,659

4,327

5,238

4,509

4,148

Indigenous

63

Mixed - African/ East Indian

6,674

869

789

636

658

636

644

502

398

Mixed - Other

9,448

1,055

915

799

801

888

902

705

592

Portuguese

15

Syrian/ Lebanese

14

Other ethnic group

80

11

14

4,330

328

355

293

331

361

429

349

283

Diego Martin

50,212

3,495

3,480

3,477

3,686

4,009

4,360

3,675

3,189

African

22,025

1,440

1,457

1,446

1,589

1,969

1,998

1,652

1,417

2,312

98

126

137

120

104

105

146

143

Not stated

Caucasian
Chinese

513

11

16

19

13

24

26

19

27

East Indian

4,476

158

175

223

223

291

378

361

331

Indigenous

61

Mixed - African/ East Indian


Mixed - Other

4,245

505

443

380

348

390

446

312

253

13,088

1,111

1,070

1,062

1,149

1,034

1,130

916

779

Portuguese

198

10

11

Syrian/ Lebanese

301

15

13

23

25

23

16

11

Other ethnic group

302

19

18

24

23

18

24

22

2,692

139

157

166

189

156

222

214

184

Not stated

110

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE

MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

561

699

673

599

445

233

192

138

195

Borough of Point Fortin

327

410

411

372

286

151

127

92

134

African

Caucasian

Chinese

84

102

99

91

55

31

18

14

18

East Indian

Indigenous

38

44

36

24

17

11

Mixed - African/ East Indian

41

52

43

41

30

19

17

11

23

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

71

87

81

67

56

20

14

11

13

Not stated

6,429

7,077

6,029

5,061

3,862

2,632

1,565

1,007

925

1,177

1,290

1,151

1,039

816

577

372

274

302

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo
African

16

11

10

16

Caucasian

11

11

16

10

10

Chinese

4,050

4,509

3,841

3,183

2,305

1,610

938

559

438

East Indian

Indigenous

361

361

253

172

159

107

54

27

48

Mixed - African/ East Indian

527

556

485

378

298

223

122

110

92

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

282

322

261

262

253

94

67

27

32

Not stated

3,066

3,578

3,323

2,721

2,498

2,033

1,515

1,042

1,069

1,369

1,573

1,453

1,187

1,018

850

691

450

466

African

151

162

220

174

161

175

113

81

98

Caucasian

Diego Martin

34

39

40

54

59

39

44

18

31

Chinese

298

427

379

346

310

240

145

112

79

East Indian

10

Indigenous

224

245

199

150

102

92

69

39

46

Mixed - African/ East Indian

734

848

754

598

558

475

340

266

264

Mixed - Other

13

25

11

16

19

17

16

11

11

Portuguese

19

33

34

16

18

16

14

Syrian/ Lebanese

34

28

14

16

15

11

10

16

Other ethnic group

186

191

209

159

236

121

67

47

49

Not stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

111

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

MALE
AGE GROUP
All
Ages
(1)

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

18,529

1,367

1,373

1,404

1,537

1,707

1,656

1,336

1,253

4,457

264

281

321

348

409

450

289

281

Caucasian

14

Chinese

11

9,117

493

556

573

700

796

782

709

715

Mayaro/ Rio Claro


African

East Indian
Indigenous

Mixed - African/ East Indian

1,594

217

207

181

171

175

153

113

68

Mixed - Other

2,708

356

285

283

269

269

207

175

141

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group


Not stated
Penal/ Debe
African

608

35

42

42

49

57

63

48

46

45,436

3,026

2,906

2,807

3,177

3,903

4,403

3,895

3,318

5,504

347

354

319

351

495

524

469

340

Caucasian

127

14

13

Chinese

131

10

10

10

East Indian

32,504

1,964

1,871

1,850

2,194

2,767

3,173

2,866

2,483

Indigenous

28

Mixed - African/ East Indian

2,255

286

244

216

234

208

229

191

145

Mixed - Other

2,490

266

233

233

219

231

247

167

140

Portuguese

16

Syrian/ Lebanese

16

Other ethnic group

33

2,331

150

186

171

164

178

214

174

191

Not stated

Princes Town

52,377

3,823

3,506

3,538

4,055

4,755

5,105

4,337

3,664

African

12,446

907

828

887

987

1,088

1,208

1,010

896

Caucasian

22

Chinese

87

10

11

East Indian

28,473

1,619

1,585

1,644

2,035

2,504

2,750

2,470

2,121

Indigenous

30

Mixed - African/ East Indian

3,570

482

405

387

362

388

367

248

227

Mixed - Other

4,827

585

475

422

470

511

488

362

227

Portuguese
Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

23

2,889

222

206

190

187

253

278

233

183

Not stated

112

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE

MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

1,260

1,470

1,248

935

688

450

405

221

220

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

320

349

323

233

162

131

137

81

77

African

Caucasian

Chinese

697

857

708

518

401

244

189

92

89

East Indian

Indigenous

85

52

52

40

24

20

17

Mixed - African/ East Indian

126

162

116

93

75

35

51

26

38

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

26

47

44

46

24

13

14

Not stated

3,293

3,705

3,192

2,590

1,838

1,416

952

553

460

348

429

368

356

240

215

135

109

104

African

14

16

10

13

Caucasian

13

17

10

Chinese

2,510

2,776

2,412

1,891

1,333

1,042

690

382

301

East Indian

Indigenous

Penal/ Debe

118

110

87

60

52

33

20

11

Mixed - African/ East Indian

123

158

133

116

77

48

49

23

25

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

10

Other ethnic group

164

188

166

139

99

69

47

22

10

Not stated

3,530

4,050

3,335

2,807

2,054

1,580

998

623

617

809

829

773

664

483

368

290

196

224

African

Caucasian

Princes Town

11

Chinese

2,104

2,542

2,025

1,688

1,253

971

552

308

302

East Indian

Indigenous

157

165

110

106

52

49

30

20

15

Mixed - African/ East Indian

239

250

219

167

125

90

84

66

46

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

214

245

192

164

131

97

39

26

30

Not stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

113

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

MALE
AGE GROUP
All
Ages
(1)

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

San Juan / Laventille

77,745

6,136

5,693

5,485

5,742

6,538

7,345

6,394

5,190

African

41,332

3,111

2,897

2,941

3,075

3,632

4,057

3,400

2,642

Caucasian

468

18

18

15

14

19

32

33

43

Chinese

253

10

13

17

24

13,900

746

718

740

873

999

1,224

1,269

1,095

East Indian
Indigenous
Mixed - African/ East Indian
Mixed - Other

50

7,099

872

809

626

608

699

714

561

444

10,570

1,119

969

907

888

895

927

795

632

Portuguese

61

Syrian/ Lebanese

26

Other ethnic group


Not stated

139

11

13

10

16

3,848

250

263

238

254

265

351

307

283

Sangre Grande

38,844

3,014

2,885

2,881

3,069

3,544

3,512

3,039

2,781

African

11,967

756

742

766

933

1,050

1,053

915

832

Caucasian

40

Chinese

61

East Indian

11,930

655

645

689

771

1,050

1,097

1,037

1,009

Indigenous

54

Mixed - African/ East Indian

4,997

600

551

497

462

487

487

355

314

Mixed - Other

8,722

923

856

832

810

881

775

636

538

Portuguese
Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

33

1,031

75

80

85

89

64

84

84

74

Not stated

Siparia

44,350

3,187

3,050

2,960

3,276

4,096

4,115

3,417

2,805

African

14,069

875

961

896

966

1,253

1,305

1,071

839

Caucasian

10

Chinese

80

East Indian

19,457

1,047

1,015

1,073

1,349

1,779

1,805

1,632

1,371

Indigenous

115

16

Mixed - African/ East Indian

3,005

411

352

323

313

324

289

204

150

Mixed - Other

6,097

723

583

557

528

601

567

398

336

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

34

1,470

110

130

100

105

117

130

99

90

Portuguese

Not stated

114

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE

MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

4,788

5,232

4,945

4,218

3,395

2,447

1,725

1,215

1,261

San Juan / Laventille

2,468

2,799

2,756

2,171

1,752

1,236

947

713

734

African

33

35

33

50

32

33

20

18

20

Caucasian

26

22

14

20

28

13

14

13

Chinese

1,047

1,124

1,012

1,001

785

565

337

196

170

East Indian

Indigenous

330

335

302

238

192

135

93

67

73

Mixed - African/ East Indian

598

606

537

460

353

322

217

159

187

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

11

11

10

Other ethnic group

268

290

274

256

236

135

87

42

48

Not stated

2,538

2,704

2,511

1,986

1,519

1,080

751

485

544

798

891

900

645

541

393

297

183

271

African

Caucasian

Chinese

938

999

873

744

549

395

228

148

104

East Indian

Indigenous

Sangre Grande

264

257

209

178

123

79

58

42

33

Mixed - African/ East Indian

455

470

439

335

244

168

132

101

124

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

68

75

71

67

49

28

24

Not stated

2,807

3,300

3,083

2,623

1,944

1,382

964

656

685

821

1,042

1,042

906

645

487

347

280

332

African

Caucasian

Siparia

Chinese

1,447

1,672

1,488

1,240

954

639

460

273

212

East Indian

11

10

11

Indigenous

126

135

123

85

60

59

14

13

23

Mixed - African/ East Indian

298

332

310

266

200

139

104

57

98

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

91

102

102

107

69

48

26

23

19

Not stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

115

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

Tunapuna/ Piarco
African

MALE
AGE GROUP
All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

104,795

7,208

7,348

7,108

7,970

9,139

9,418

8,574

7,889

33,127

2,091

2,146

2,050

2,190

2,932

3,281

2,791

2,373

Caucasian

331

10

17

20

Chinese

236

10

10

10

14

13

18

29,219

1,500

1,613

1,629

1,941

2,403

2,754

2,430

2,312

East Indian
Indigenous
Mixed - African/ East Indian
Mixed - Other

100

6,808

798

735

694

602

602

645

549

468

19,605

1,907

1,783

1,694

1,640

1,820

1,892

1,480

1,206

Portuguese

36

Syrian/ Lebanese

34

Other ethnic group

166

17

11

19

14

24

14

15,132

883

1,037

1,014

1,566

1,334

792

1,264

1,463

TOBAGO

30,298

2,454

2,318

2,187

2,361

2,556

2,575

2,287

1,935

African

25,988

1,972

1,920

1,791

2,003

2,231

2,269

1,962

1,670

223

Not stated

Caucasian
Chinese

26

East Indian

726

46

39

46

39

63

42

87

78

Indigenous

31

Mixed - African/ East Indian

1,198

196

161

144

134

118

104

71

58

Mixed - Other

1,262

171

131

126

112

79

88

79

74

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

11

Other ethnic group

34

795

62

55

64

67

55

62

69

43

Not stated

116

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE

MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

6,703

7,290

6,803

5,735

5,273

3,769

2,123

1,317

1,130

2,019

2,260

2,156

1,966

1,815

1,317

816

495

428

African

23

32

49

34

41

30

14

15

Caucasian

16

16

17

20

20

25

16

14

Chinese

2,200

2,442

2,124

1,885

1,537

1,113

657

369

310

East Indian

13

13

Indigenous

Tunapuna/ Piarco

364

345

295

224

172

132

87

50

46

Mixed - African/ East Indian

1,038

1,157

1,029

851

715

544

369

237

244

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

10

Other ethnic group

1,028

1,015

1,118

726

951

583

148

129

81

Not stated

1,858

2,294

2,021

1,541

1,301

900

690

490

530

TOBAGO

1,599

2,025

1,765

1,339

1,128

776

611

431

496

African

20

19

23

21

31

32

20

10

Caucasian

Chinese

53

61

56

36

29

24

11

East Indian

Indigenous

54

41

40

31

15

10

11

Mixed - African/ East Indian

83

64

67

60

45

35

10

26

10

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

42

76

60

48

44

18

19

Not stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

117

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

FEMALE
AGE GROUP
All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

660,196

46,252

44,875

42,899

48,577

56,788

61,197

51,641

45,645

African

224,469

14,500

14,394

14,005

16,088

19,601

21,575

17,659

15,213

Caucasian

3,657

122

141

161

165

154

187

248

240

Chinese

1,883

83

84

76

82

99

131

131

120

East Indian

231,701

12,587

12,752

12,758

15,333

19,278

21,677

19,030

17,240

Indigenous

723

33

36

22

33

58

60

59

47

Mixed - African/ East Indian


Mixed - Other
Portuguese
Syrian/ Lebanese

51,267

6,412

5,556

4,966

4,853

5,003

4,998

3,866

3,164

103,749

9,686

8,969

8,093

8,449

9,215

9,278

7,556

6,482

404

11

16

18

27

23

467

18

22

27

30

32

30

24

28

1,147

75

58

66

50

64

86

117

115

40,729

2,730

2,858

2,722

3,483

3,268

3,157

2,924

2,972

TRINIDAD

629,760

43,874

42,730

40,907

46,252

54,333

58,423

49,258

43,526

African

198,657

12,600

12,637

12,328

14,089

17,495

19,212

15,676

13,413

3,439

117

137

156

161

150

183

231

227

Other ethnic group


Not stated

Caucasian
Chinese

1,859

81

84

76

82

99

130

127

118

East Indian

230,883

12,551

12,719

12,726

15,302

19,217

21,585

18,960

17,168

Indigenous

689

28

32

20

30

58

57

56

44

Mixed - African/ East Indian


Mixed - Other

49,871

6,222

5,392

4,839

4,718

4,878

4,857

3,735

3,069

102,458

9,517

8,851

7,996

8,367

9,102

9,185

7,448

6,397

Portuguese

397

11

16

18

27

23

Syrian/ Lebanese

462

18

20

27

30

32

30

24

27

1,102

73

58

65

47

64

83

114

110

39,943

2,660

2,797

2,669

3,416

3,222

3,083

2,860

2,928

18,687

1,106

1,121

1,063

1,207

1,440

1,552

1,297

1,106

9,412

542

571

532

630

787

862

709

553

232

15

14

18

Other ethnic group


Not stated
City of Port of Spain
African
Caucasian
Chinese
East Indian
Indigenous

165

13

1,854

50

47

69

88

102

118

120

121

56

Mixed - African/ East Indian

2,000

186

170

174

149

182

168

161

123

Mixed - Other

3,826

244

257

206

255

293

299

203

211

Portuguese

41

Syrian/ Lebanese

73

Other ethnic group

123

10

13

Not stated

905

71

54

61

64

52

67

57

44

118

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE

MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

42,642

47,385

43,164

36,450

28,940

22,925

15,995

11,370

13,450

13,517

15,639

14,898

12,600

10,143

7,862

5,949

4,624

6,201

African

261

296

303

307

291

257

189

125

211

Caucasian

110

142

148

142

134

102

108

72

117

Chinese

17,292

19,287

16,994

14,641

11,214

9,002

5,846

3,519

3,251

East Indian

58

59

54

51

32

43

26

24

27

Indigenous

2,556

2,573

2,073

1,600

1,178

888

627

436

517

Mixed - African/ East Indian

5,916

6,384

5,718

4,696

3,765

2,993

2,304

1,804

2,442

Mixed - Other

17

33

31

32

34

28

39

32

48

Portuguese

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

39

34

32

32

24

30

28

18

19

Syrian/ Lebanese

108

90

60

54

38

46

42

28

50

Other ethnic group

2,768

2,847

2,855

2,296

2,087

1,673

836

688

567

Not stated

40,678

45,107

41,233

34,921

27,754

21,944

15,245

10,807

12,768

11,826

13,690

13,232

11,292

9,126

7,042

5,281

4,128

5,589

African

248

280

277

278

270

225

181

117

201

Caucasian

TRINIDAD

109

139

145

139

134

102

107

68

117

Chinese

17,221

19,199

16,929

14,583

11,177

8,966

5,833

3,505

3,241

East Indian

56

55

54

50

31

41

26

24

27

Indigenous

2,487

2,501

2,026

1,566

1,153

872

618

430

505

Mixed - African/ East Indian

5,843

6,309

5,645

4,643

3,724

2,955

2,273

1,788

2,414

Mixed - Other

16

32

30

32

34

26

39

32

48

Portuguese

39

33

32

32

24

28

28

18

19

Syrian/ Lebanese

105

81

55

54

35

42

40

27

50

Other ethnic group

2,727

2,789

2,809

2,252

2,046

1,644

818

669

554

Not stated

1,032

1,187

1,269

1,250

1,039

803

682

579

953

City of Port of Spain

516

570

627

599

526

382

283

272

451

African

15

24

13

23

14

20

18

24

Caucasian

13

14

11

10

15

13

22

Chinese

140

151

166

172

142

104

94

93

76

East Indian

Indigenous

101

108

105

96

73

67

47

28

63

Mixed - African/ East Indian

194

261

262

242

197

158

155

127

263

Mixed - Other

11

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

13

10

11

Other ethnic group

38

38

69

87

61

44

48

24

26

Not stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

119

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

FEMALE
AGE GROUP
All
Ages
(1)

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

24,955

1,503

1,616

1,453

1,640

1,955

2,155

1,912

1,601

8,700

461

534

468

561

688

801

649

575

Caucasian

107

11

Chinese

147

11

17

7,701

314

354

368

411

523

640

630

523

City of San Fernando


African

East Indian
Indigenous

19

Mixed - African/ East Indian

2,048

245

214

192

180

205

179

159

124

Mixed - Other

4,478

371

385

310

353

403

370

312

257

Portuguese

13

Syrian/ Lebanese

17

Other ethnic group


Not stated
Borough of Arima
African

58

10

1,667

105

121

101

108

129

135

134

106

16,917

1,185

1,124

1,043

1,075

1,386

1,566

1,357

1,152

5,269

305

285

280

312

446

495

434

397

Caucasian

22

Chinese

43

East Indian

2,640

121

115

108

130

201

256

217

168

Indigenous

51

Mixed - African/ East Indian

1,215

134

126

112

80

133

121

92

68

Mixed - Other

6,594

532

509

468

492

533

600

517

431

10

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

16

1,048

83

81

68

58

66

85

84

75

Portuguese

Not stated

Borough of Chaguanas

41,829

2,875

2,819

2,600

3,044

3,484

4,121

3,733

3,236

African

10,469

691

647

601

756

896

1,094

932

844

42

117

14

16

East Indian

22,366

1,203

1,295

1,269

1,493

1,828

2,167

2,002

1,755

Indigenous

31

Caucasian
Chinese

Mixed - African/ East Indian

2,916

412

320

281

318

274

278

239

188

Mixed - Other

4,117

419

410

329

351

323

397

382

313

Portuguese
Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

65

14

1,692

137

133

112

114

146

157

140

118

Not Stated

120

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE

MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

1,468

1,761

1,751

1,468

1,324

1,095

768

617

867

City of San Fernando

484

626

596

501

468

354

289

248

397

African

11

11

13

Caucasian

10

20

13

10

Chinese

562

632

611

543

464

437

286

196

208

East Indian

Indigenous

100

94

107

57

50

55

28

26

32

Mixed - African/ East Indian

215

281

285

227

219

133

106

90

163

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

85

100

118

114

96

91

40

40

43

Not stated

1,092

1,213

1,109

995

847

622

445

302

405

326

385

388

349

287

203

151

101

125

African

Caucasian

Chinese

176

241

225

219

158

126

81

42

54

East Indian

Indigenous

Borough of Arima

93

77

54

34

33

22

18

Mixed - African/ East Indian

422

429

373

303

298

215

166

116

190

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

64

73

60

81

57

48

22

20

23

Not stated

2,979

3,110

2,680

2,293

1,799

1,284

829

434

511

694

729

737

566

441

328

217

114

184

African

Caucasian

Borough of Chaguanas

11

Chinese

1,785

1,857

1,523

1,363

1,080

770

475

249

250

East Indian

Indigenous

149

143

105

74

55

34

25

14

Mixed - African/ East Indian

229

241

187

168

131

82

57

48

50

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

102

114

118

105

72

58

44

13

Not Stated

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

121

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

FEMALE
AGE GROUP
All
Ages
(1)

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

10,102

801

682

672

788

913

974

768

611

5,933

431

392

362

474

538

570

433

362

Caucasian

Chinese

1,215

52

57

44

76

97

124

101

99

Borough of Point Fortin


African

East Indian
Indigenous

11

Mixed - African/ East Indian

925

137

96

90

97

89

90

73

50

Mixed - Other

952

105

76

87

68

100

94

72

44

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

15

1,036

76

60

87

73

84

92

84

52

87,510

6,263

5,841

5,741

6,321

7,653

8,321

7,214

6,425

16,392

1,056

1,042

1,007

1,149

1,439

1,556

1,353

1,207

83

135

11

13

14

11

East Indian

50,333

2,918

2,850

2,929

3,408

4,222

4,844

4,287

3,784

Indigenous

61

11

Not stated
Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo
African
Caucasian
Chinese

Mixed - African/ East Indian

6,479

874

702

669

589

659

633

497

445

Mixed - Other

9,676

1,050

911

811

817

954

887

729

651

15

Portuguese
Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

61

4,268

344

316

304

345

355

378

313

306

Diego Martin

52,127

3,340

3,359

3,275

3,609

4,078

4,474

3,686

3,354

African

21,958

1,301

1,341

1,346

1,513

1,868

2,064

1,673

1,384

2,120

76

93

107

113

104

110

139

135

Not stated

Caucasian

489

15

18

20

27

14

24

30

East Indian

Chinese

5,047

171

188

191

255

353

378

385

359

Indigenous

73

Mixed - African/ East Indian


Mixed - Other

4,511

524

499

390

403

418

443

306

283

14,537

1,064

1,045

1,043

1,104

1,104

1,195

915

947

Portuguese

203

10

10

14

11

Syrian/ Lebanese

280

13

18

19

23

17

14

14

Other ethnic group

265

20

13

17

11

11

18

23

32

2,644

168

153

140

157

158

220

187

155

Not stated

122

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NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE

MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

554

759

635

526

413

285

249

199

271

Borough of Point Fortin

330

454

381

326

222

181

148

148

181

African

Caucasian

Chinese

77

125

97

66

71

49

40

23

16

East Indian

Indigenous

44

46

27

24

17

10

18

14

Mixed - African/ East Indian

44

55

50

44

25

22

28

27

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

57

73

79

63

76

20

13

15

32

Not stated

5,940

6,632

5,899

4,830

3,539

2,791

1,788

1,143

1,169

988

1,113

1,121

962

731

577

395

291

404

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo
African

Caucasian

10

11

Chinese

3,819

4,285

3,725

3,013

2,214

1,771

1,093

647

525

East Indian

Indigenous

310

310

249

191

120

107

48

32

44

Mixed - African/ East Indian

541

568

477

398

274

188

163

117

141

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

260

329

295

244

184

130

74

50

41

Not stated

3,226

3,704

3,524

2,989

2,589

2,222

1,720

1,389

1,590

1,309

1,553

1,472

1,204

1,063

894

701

570

701

African

158

162

184

157

163

133

98

69

117

Caucasian

Diego Martin

30

43

47

41

35

40

31

19

50

Chinese

335

476

482

411

322

268

222

127

126

East Indian

Indigenous

228

221

203

162

122

96

82

72

61

Mixed - African/ East Indian

920

972

902

758

677

595

458

409

428

Mixed - Other

10

20

11

17

16

15

17

15

20

Portuguese

25

22

23

16

15

16

18

10

11

Syrian/ Lebanese

39

22

13

16

Other ethnic group

167

207

183

201

167

155

87

85

54

Not stated

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

123

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

Mayaro/ Rio Claro


African
Caucasian
Chinese
East Indian
Indigenous

FEMALE
AGE GROUP
All
Ages
(1)

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

17,120

1,352

1,306

1,241

1,434

1,694

1,557

1,281

1,088

3,985

270

268

277

307

413

377

271

248

17

8,284

476

496

524

640

758

738

656

562

10

Mixed - African/ East Indian

1,633

268

194

164

178

183

157

116

101

Mixed - Other

2,693

307

306

242

265

274

236

200

146

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group


Not stated

485

30

40

33

42

63

47

32

28

43,906

2,890

2,797

2,713

3,165

3,794

4,317

3,451

3,171

5,381

303

311

314

392

496

541

379

372

Caucasian

90

Chinese

87

15

10

East Indian

31,125

1,878

1,797

1,787

2,112

2,650

3,060

2,527

2,297

Indigenous

23

Mixed - African/ East Indian

2,268

282

269

225

247

220

222

166

140

Mixed - Other

2,625

254

222

213

241

241

256

195

149

14

Penal/ Debe
African

Portuguese
Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

39

2,252

156

183

158

163

174

213

168

187

Not stated

Princes Town

49,991

3,750

3,413

3,310

3,966

4,568

4,888

3,891

3,443

African

11,494

867

756

780

922

1,023

1,184

888

792

Caucasian

11

Chinese

67

East Indian

27,246

1,581

1,550

1,530

1,929

2,412

2,612

2,213

1,983

Indigenous

24

Mixed - African/ East Indian

3,451

470

409

367

381

328

339

258

227

Mixed - Other

4,957

609

462

431

486

534

499

318

265

Portuguese
Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

33

2,700

206

229

196

238

257

240

204

165

Not stated

124

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TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE

MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

1,204

1,236

982

771

623

484

393

249

225

279

299

234

191

148

122

112

87

83

African

Caucasian

Chinese

684

699

548

428

382

287

201

109

96

East Indian

Indigenous

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

71

54

46

40

22

22

Mixed - African/ East Indian

147

147

116

84

46

52

49

39

36

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

22

36

36

23

23

13

Not stated

2,946

3,492

3,037

2,424

1,835

1,572

1,023

609

669

302

402

398

328

256

186

147

104

151

African

11

10

Caucasian

Penal/ Debe

Chinese

2,215

2,635

2,197

1,791

1,356

1,199

771

414

438

East Indian

Indigenous

113

98

89

54

54

38

22

15

16

Mixed - African/ East Indian

149

190

157

112

68

63

46

33

36

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

146

153

173

122

88

80

32

35

22

Not stated

3,217

3,664

3,177

2,539

1,899

1,647

1,063

717

839

Princes Town

614

803

751

525

422

364

281

220

302

African

Caucasian

Chinese

2,051

2,232

1,910

1,615

1,178

1,054

641

365

387

East Indian

Indigenous

146

154

106

82

72

47

25

24

18

Mixed - African/ East Indian

252

263

225

161

115

100

64

74

100

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

147

196

182

148

108

80

47

32

26

Not stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

125

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

All
Ages
(1)

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

San Juan / Laventille

79,275

5,816

5,733

5,258

5,725

6,865

7,679

6,245

5,302

African

41,347

2,877

2,898

2,713

3,035

3,735

4,113

3,242

2,791

Caucasian

401

20

17

11

14

20

31

27

Chinese

247

10

13

10

11

15

14

11

19

13,862

700

727

703

772

1,085

1,307

1,177

1,009

East Indian
Indigenous
Mixed - African/ East Indian
Mixed - Other

68

7,482

867

755

683

657

734

780

556

429

11,922

1,053

998

886

978

1,006

1,078

884

779

Portuguese

52

Syrian/ Lebanese

23

Other ethnic group


Not stated

166

11

10

11

11

17

3,705

270

312

240

253

257

347

324

224

Sangre Grande

36,761

2,896

2,946

2,727

2,945

3,478

3,351

2,796

2,523

African

10,725

742

739

743

806

1,044

960

809

776

Caucasian

19

Chinese

44

East Indian

11,531

601

680

620

808

1,037

1,063

904

867

Indigenous

57

Mixed - African/ East Indian

4,748

576

560

484

487

461

468

323

278

Mixed - Other

8,662

871

873

801

752

836

764

684

540

Portuguese
Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

38

927

93

84

72

85

87

82

61

54

Not stated

Siparia

42,548

3,081

2,852

2,693

3,165

3,940

3,950

3,195

2,673

African

13,453

818

812

809

989

1,254

1,275

1,035

795

Caucasian

16

Chinese

71

East Indian

18,445

1,030

1,022

998

1,216

1,619

1,722

1,410

1,298

Indigenous

120

14

15

13

10

10

Mixed - African/ East Indian

2,924

447

323

304

319

310

278

217

132

Mixed - Other

6,154

666

585

488

527

608

553

417

355

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

44

1,310

104

88

83

102

124

98

93

76

Portuguese

Not stated

126

FEMALE
AGE GROUP

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TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE

MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

4,917

5,228

4,889

4,235

3,326

2,565

2,034

1,548

1,910

San Juan / Laventille

2,542

2,717

2,548

2,143

1,673

1,262

1,067

853

1,138

African

28

28

25

39

36

28

31

10

25

Caucasian

23

16

16

23

17

17

16

Chinese

1,011

1,044

1,054

999

771

587

398

289

228

East Indian

15

Indigenous

400

417

323

249

199

137

122

80

96

Mixed - African/ East Indian

692

742

649

537

446

378

280

223

312

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

16

16

10

Other ethnic group

199

241

240

225

171

145

101

73

82

Not stated

2,376

2,533

2,140

1,862

1,316

1,032

767

496

577

650

766

650

595

405

328

257

186

269

African

Caucasian

Chinese

920

919

839

742

544

426

282

156

123

East Indian

Indigenous

Sangre Grande

246

268

164

150

84

71

54

38

38

Mixed - African/ East Indian

515

511

417

323

223

168

156

100

127

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

38

61

60

38

47

35

10

10

Not stated

2,652

3,115

2,776

2,405

1,812

1,466

1,010

770

993

757

994

935

777

571

486

356

313

476

African

Caucasian

Siparia

Chinese

1,346

1,540

1,308

1,182

937

725

483

313

296

East Indian

11

Indigenous

121

117

105

93

51

41

16

17

33

Mixed - African/ East Indian

343

349

328

247

163

161

125

98

141

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

71

100

81

88

74

41

24

24

40

Not stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

127

TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

Tunapuna/ Piarco
African

AGE GROUP
All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

108,030

7,014

7,123

7,119

8,170

9,085

9,518

8,433

7,840

34,138

1,935

2,043

2,097

2,245

2,867

3,321

2,869

2,317

Caucasian

282

11

15

10

24

13

Chinese

220

10

10

18

17

16

East Indian

29,235

1,456

1,539

1,583

1,964

2,330

2,556

2,331

2,344

Indigenous

84

13

Mixed - African/ East Indian


Mixed - Other
Portuguese

7,268

800

757

703

635

682

702

570

480

21,264

1,973

1,811

1,681

1,677

1,893

1,957

1,621

1,309

27

Syrian/ Lebanese

31

Other ethnic group

175

15

13

17

18

17

15,305

818

944

1,014

1,614

1,269

921

977

1,336

Not stated

TOBAGO

30,437

2,378

2,145

1,992

2,325

2,455

2,774

2,383

2,119

African

25,812

1,900

1,757

1,676

1,999

2,106

2,363

1,983

1,800

218

17

14

24

818

36

33

32

31

61

92

70

72

Caucasian
Chinese
East Indian
Indigenous

34

Mixed - African/ East Indian

1,396

190

164

127

134

126

140

132

95

Mixed - Other

1,291

169

119

97

82

113

92

108

85

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group


Not stated

128

FEMALE

45

786

69

61

52

67

47

74

64

45

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TABLE 7
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, ETHNIC GROUP AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE

MUNICIPALITY
AND
ETHNIC GROUP

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

7,074

7,471

7,364

6,335

5,393

4,076

2,472

1,755

1,787

2,036

2,279

2,393

2,225

1,912

1,375

875

622

726

African

20

26

19

19

26

20

16

18

19

Caucasian

10

18

11

19

16

17

19

Chinese

2,099

2,363

2,245

2,040

1,557

1,163

766

480

418

East Indian

Indigenous

Tunapuna/ Piarco

367

395

345

261

203

141

92

69

65

Mixed - African/ East Indian

1,182

1,299

1,218

1,038

841

640

421

305

398

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

17

10

Other ethnic group

1,333

1,068

1,113

715

822

705

270

244

142

Not stated

1,965

2,278

1,931

1,529

1,186

981

751

563

682

TOBAGO

1,691

1,950

1,666

1,307

1,017

820

668

497

612

African

12

16

26

30

21

32

Caucasian

Chinese

71

88

64

58

37

37

14

14

10

East Indian

Indigenous

68

72

47

33

25

16

11

Mixed - African/ East Indian

73

75

73

52

41

38

31

16

27

Mixed - Other

Portuguese

Syrian/ Lebanese

Other ethnic group

41

58

45

44

41

30

17

18

13

Not stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

129

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

BOTH SEXES
AGE GROUP
All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO 1,322,546


Anglican

94,033

91,140

87,673

3,924

4,195

3,941

98,001 113,771 123,008 105,161 92,183


4,302

5,334

6,243

5,944

5,069

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

75,002

6,280

6,050

5,681

6,000

6,815

6,711

5,266

4,419

Baptist-Other

15,951

1,431

1,316

1,266

1,365

1,469

1,539

1,187

984

240,100

13,556

13,586

13,629

16,449

20,210

22,922

Hinduism

20,212 18,238

Islam

65,705

4,547

4,207

3,732

4,567

5,924

6,662

5,394

4,475

Jehovahs Witness

19,450

1,264

1,284

1,390

1,531

1,774

1,824

1,425

1,371

Methodist

8,648

446

472

475

572

583

721

586

557

Moravian

3,526

217

183

181

198

249

290

255

210

11,918

1,118

1,067

964

1,067

1,081

1,080

911

782

159,033

14,738

13,414

13,012

13,876

15,302

15,786

32,972

1,862

1,878

1,931

2,121

2,641

2,790

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic

3,615

263

238

196

170

294

427

285,671

19,128

19,224

19,144

20,636

23,927

25,721

12,665 10,922
2,624

2,395

477

278

21,869 18,913

Seventh Day Adventist

54,156

4,656

4,382

4,184

4,529

5,095

5,155

4,147

3,363

Other

96,166

8,145

7,735

7,271

7,680

8,702

9,218

7,584

7,028

2,908

2,261

None
Not Stated
TRINIDAD
Anglican

28,842

2,409

1,673

1,351

1,700

2,488

3,267

146,798

10,046

10,236

9,328

11,237

11,882

12,652

1,261,811

89,202

86,677

83,494

67,218

3,496

3,752

3,565

11,706 10,919

93,316 108,760 117,659 100,491 88,128


3,852

4,802

5,626

5,360

4,593

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

68,589

5,786

5,568

5,208

5,461

6,250

6,150

4,808

3,988

Baptist-Other

15,563

1,401

1,289

1,237

1,330

1,446

1,508

1,158

957

Hinduism

239,692

13,530

13,563

13,607

16,425

20,179

22,889

Islam

65,360

4,509

4,181

3,709

4,543

5,893

6,633

5,360

4,448

Jehovahs Witness

18,464

1,186

1,219

1,311

1,448

1,687

1,734

1,365

1,310

Methodist

5,655

272

307

313

339

362

443

372

357

Moravian

757

39

33

35

36

63

71

46

50

10,993

1,029

987

883

989

997

1,020

834

710

150,112

13,781

12,550

12,217

13,060

14,504

14,965

32,865

1,851

1,873

1,925

2,112

2,632

2,786

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic

3,381

250

215

187

163

274

404

281,641

18,848

18,976

18,901

20,392

23,625

25,395

20,158 18,202

11,973 10,286
2,611

2,386

447

263

21,553 18,635

Seventh Day Adventist

44,279

3,800

3,533

3,382

3,659

4,218

4,268

3,429

2,733

Other

90,847

7,628

7,300

6,851

7,240

8,192

8,783

7,233

6,707

2,587

2,013

None
Not Stated

130

74,994

25,567

2,220

1,497

1,201

1,489

2,202

2,867

140,828

9,576

9,833

8,962

10,778

11,436

12,118

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

11,194 10,490

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES

MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

85,832

95,750

86,901

73,005

58,442

44,383

30,096

20,559

22,608 TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

4,351

5,237

5,237

4,902

4,441

3,802

2,838

2,316

2,918

Anglican

4,252

4,785

4,700

3,988

3,095

2,442

1,891

1,244

1,382

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

843

970

894

699

552

474

353

258

351

Baptist-Other

17,775

20,208

17,212

14,950

11,180

8,665

5,386

3,167

2,755

Hinduism

4,329

4,924

4,714

3,801

2,893

2,225

1,538

903

871

Islam

1,244

1,446

1,290

1,093

852

605

394

302

363

Jehovahs Witness

465

555

601

509

555

434

384

324

410

Methodist

217

249

262

224

184

164

157

122

162

Moravian

722

769

657

532

411

305

202

123

127

10,112

10,832

8,808

6,644

4,617

3,197

2,187

1,425

1,496

2,354

2,520

2,408

2,101

1,656

1,464

1,012

639

575

220

373

395

182

66

22

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian

17,460

19,362

18,536

16,274

13,901

10,942

7,874

5,708

7,051

Roman Catholic

3,372

3,745

3,197

2,368

1,848

1,317

1,069

740

989

Seventh Day Adventist

6,351

6,878

5,861

4,618

3,313

2,333

1,394

996

1,058

Other

1,924

2,175

1,942

1,558

1,251

793

540

314

288

None

9,838

10,723

10,189

8,562

7,628

5,200

2,873

1,973

1,807

Not Stated

82,010

91,178

82,949

69,934

55,955

42,502

28,656

19,506

21,396

TRINIDAD

3,873

4,624

4,682

4,420

3,980

3,415

2,515

2,057

2,607

Anglican

3,887

4,314

4,265

3,660

2,793

2,240

1,746

1,178

1,285

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

816

945

859

673

541

461

343

255

345

Baptist-Other

17,748

20,174

17,179

14,926

11,166

8,651

5,379

3,161

2,755

Hinduism

4,306

4,895

4,696

3,788

2,883

2,221

1,531

898

865

Islam

1,161

1,367

1,236

1,043

822

574

376

280

345

Jehovahs Witness

299

343

406

343

396

306

280

225

290

Methodist

41

48

49

46

43

46

44

30

39

Moravian

649

710

601

496

385

288

191

109

113

9,546

10,227

8,337

6,341

4,421

3,068

2,066

1,353

1,417

2,340

2,519

2,401

2,098

1,655

1,460

1,006

637

573

200

345

365

168

61

22

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian

17,213

19,043

18,240

16,004

13,689

10,768

7,778

5,625

6,956

Roman Catholic

2,722

3,044

2,603

1,967

1,515

1,083

889

600

836

Seventh Day Adventist

6,030

6,482

5,538

4,345

3,134

2,190

1,302

911

981

Other

1,703

1,889

1,692

1,394

1,119

703

467

275

249

None

9,474

10,210

9,799

8,222

7,351

5,006

2,737

1,907

1,735

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

131

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

City of Port of Spain

All Ages

0-4

5-9

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

10 - 14 15 - 19
(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

35,914

2,285

2,251

2,150

2,358

2,748

3,103

2,519

2,108

Anglican

4,476

188

224

183

197

273

361

321

255

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

2,708

240

240

262

228

236

266

188

155

Baptist-Other

208

17

15

22

13

19

25

10

Hinduism

520

17

25

20

27

44

38

38

Islam

948

58

57

56

68

77

93

89

48

Jehovahs Witness

633

36

26

25

46

50

61

44

30

Methodist

417

28

24

15

30

22

16

22

23

Moravian

92

583

58

59

47

54

54

43

34

38

2,861

287

260

223

235

249

263

214

183

228

10

10

13

13

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian

195

14

13

18

23

15

11

14,194

776

780

845

966

1,118

1,139

892

845

913

81

55

49

55

77

89

83

39

Other

1,616

108

127

107

98

146

166

118

108

None

974

67

64

40

46

68

121

108

61

4,347

298

279

247

283

295

376

327

252

48,635

3,122

3,138

2,959

3,276

3,876

4,367

3,819

3,217

Roman Catholic
Seventh Day Adventist

Not Stated
City of San Fernando
Anglican

4,103

182

222

203

239

305

342

288

255

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

2,478

167

183

173

180

220

222

173

132

Baptist-Other

833

67

64

56

66

65

80

59

47

Hinduism

5,205

291

286

272

321

389

455

437

401

Islam

2,235

129

105

120

127

143

208

166

140

Jehovahs Witness

675

35

44

41

51

51

67

64

47

Methodist

340

17

19

17

17

33

30

19

Moravian
Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic
Seventh Day Adventist
Other
None
Not Stated

132

AGE GROUP

334

39

36

16

30

28

33

27

22

6,605

499

520

493

530

582

635

511

468

2,651

120

131

137

138

168

188

199

182

142

11

10

25

23

11,516

743

725

729

793

985

1,001

877

718

988

85

79

67

60

87

96

82

60

3,968

311

271

294

287

336

346

334

286

814

65

44

27

41

56

109

81

50

5,743

367

403

312

390

433

526

469

386

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

1,990

2,266

2,471

2,352

2,117

1,626

1,190

971

1,409

City of Port of Spain

208

280

323

302

345

299

205

199

312

Anglican

135

135

156

142

108

75

42

32

67

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

18

16

11

Baptist-Other

39

42

46

51

54

20

22

15

15

Hinduism

46

66

60

59

58

41

25

18

28

Islam

38

55

58

54

33

30

16

14

18

Jehovahs Witness

22

25

34

24

34

20

20

30

28

Methodist

Moravian

32

31

30

44

19

17

158

170

161

154

96

73

56

42

15

13

15

20

20

16

17

17

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
39
Full Gospel
23 Presbyterian/ Congregational

22

35

15

Rastafarian

842

915

978

924

854

685

568

435

631

Roman Catholic

48

66

49

52

49

35

25

25

36

Seventh Day Adventist

81

101

121

99

67

59

38

27

44

Other

55

65

65

58

63

32

23

18

22

None

248

263

320

335

298

205

114

85

123

Not Stated

2,852

3,368

3,384

2,901

2,526

2,009

1,380

1,039

1,401

City of San Fernando

187

266

306

268

262

242

141

143

252

Anglican

123

180

191

141

115

108

72

47

51

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

49

55

50

48

31

24

22

16

36

Baptist-Other

364

369

380

327

283

248

173

109

98

Hinduism

139

180

189

147

123

110

79

64

66

Islam

36

40

41

51

36

18

19

11

20

Jehovahs Witness

13

15

27

20

31

18

11

15

28

Methodist
Moravian

15

18

17

19

16

444

467

382

324

245

175

127

83

166

221

178

190

179

164

118

84

10

13

13

632

722

797

664

636

463

363

252

417

Roman Catholic

57

64

55

44

44

24

26

28

30

Seventh Day Adventist

244

313

264

207

155

131

79

55

58

Other

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
118
Full Gospel
89 Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian

46

65

64

67

36

30

10

10

13

None

328

382

430

373

331

242

132

116

122

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

133

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

Borough of Arima
Anglican

All Ages

0-4

5-9

(1)

(2)

(3)

10 - 14 15 - 19
(4)

(5)

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

33,404

2,321

2,313

2,130

2,260

2,817

3,056

2,765

2,295

1,532

50

61

67

65

110

113

133

118

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

929

65

74

67

55

80

67

72

52

Baptist-Other

180

19

10

11

10

11

16

15

1,468

68

75

65

89

125

149

140

98

Hinduism
Islam

946

72

57

48

55

81

113

91

60

Jehovahs Witness

476

26

27

31

30

48

48

31

41

Methodist

167

10

13

16

11

22

Moravian

22

459

46

35

38

32

43

40

44

28

4,746

443

403

371

365

449

494

386

305

435

25

24

23

22

30

35

36

35

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian

50

14,099

911

961

888

998

1,161

1,224

1,143

947

Seventh Day Adventist

1,336

110

102

99

85

130

124

105

79

Other

2,454

183

191

186

188

212

230

190

204

None

878

75

54

43

50

72

87

88

76

3,227

214

222

176

209

253

295

269

217

83,489

5,800

5,696

5,342

6,172

6,965

8,230

7,432

6,644

Roman Catholic

Not Stated
Borough of Chaguanas
Anglican

3,186

182

181

166

222

216

323

279

261

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

3,195

252

230

220

241

282

266

268

195

Baptist-Other

558

44

54

26

48

54

51

46

40

25,084

1,335

1,480

1,393

1,783

2,060

2,488

2,255

2,051

Islam

7,170

553

488

428

510

655

756

643

492

Jehovahs Witness

1,062

65

80

69

77

85

99

97

88

569

28

36

54

52

49

60

40

30

Hinduism

Methodist
Moravian
Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic

134

AGE GROUP

47

601

57

58

42

47

44

59

52

50

9,741

844

785

785

849

894

925

889

783

1,973

112

126

125

131

145

164

170

163

79

14

14

12,015

888

861

795

898

916

1,129

1,071

965

Seventh Day Adventist

2,109

162

154

168

186

189

219

196

161

Other

7,952

661

616

584

624

722

845

675

675

None

1,327

118

76

61

74

124

153

157

115

Not Stated

6,820

491

464

420

426

525

670

581

570

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

2,121

2,394

2,120

1,970

1,623

1,210

813

527

669

Borough of Arima

72

115

123

121

98

97

79

55

56

Anglican

46

60

60

63

51

38

38

19

23

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

14

16

10

10

Baptist-Other

96

135

120

92

81

60

38

22

16

Hinduism

41

74

66

66

47

28

20

18

Islam

27

35

26

32

27

15

11

15

Jehovahs Witness

10

15

Methodist

Moravian

22

32

28

22

23

10

303

330

291

204

161

90

67

49

31

32

30

35

24

22

13

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
35
Full Gospel
10 Presbyterian/ Congregational

Rastafarian

952

981

871

816

702

576

377

240

352

Roman Catholic

89

94

76

68

52

43

28

19

31

Seventh Day Adventist

151

172

154

126

93

68

43

20

42

Other

64

55

44

59

48

24

19

14

None

201

248

204

242

191

124

59

54

48

Not Stated

5,966

6,210

5,408

4,523

3,429

2,494

1,562

837

779

Borough of Chaguanas

179

215

247

200

155

148

85

75

51

Anglican

221

187

223

175

148

105

65

50

68

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

34

39

28

28

33

10

10

Baptist-Other

1,948

2,101

1,695

1,550

1,135

838

493

252

227

Hinduism

475

488

504

392

295

216

131

77

67

Islam

96

87

48

60

48

26

17

11

Jehovahs Witness

25

38

48

31

30

11

18

13

Methodist
Moravian

48

34

32

30

19

11

717

668

505

351

285

201

140

59

158

148

134

104

107

79

52

35

14

825

874

758

648

486

394

241

134

131

Roman Catholic

110

143

146

91

77

36

31

14

27

Seventh Day Adventist

557

573

442

352

242

186

98

57

46

Other

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
59
Full Gospel
20 Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian

80

102

76

80

51

27

20

None

486

504

502

421

318

204

149

51

38

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

135

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

Borough of Point Fortin

All Ages

0-4

5-9

(1)

(2)

(3)

10 - 14 15 - 19
(4)

(5)

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

20,161

1,597

1,455

1,338

1,536

1,861

2,010

1,492

1,245

Anglican

1,608

92

92

69

76

139

165

115

89

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

2,620

240

223

199

241

208

238

173

154

Baptist-Other

207

25

13

17

20

20

15

11

Hinduism

781

46

27

36

57

76

71

44

52

Islam

359

22

36

20

22

23

49

42

19

Jehovahs Witness

426

18

36

27

32

39

41

35

22

Methodist

69

Moravian

368

34

28

32

30

52

32

25

20

1,619

174

153

143

161

157

172

109

91

206

16

11

14

13

14

26

20

11

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian

101

20

Roman Catholic

4,132

266

208

257

273

386

390

298

295

Seventh Day Adventist

1,142

97

92

82

90

135

120

77

58

Other

2,913

291

296

201

255

289

307

232

191

None

583

47

23

24

34

49

74

55

42

3,023

217

206

206

224

258

288

240

180

178,160

12,681

12,056

11,580

13,026

15,299

17,245

14,817

13,135

Not Stated
Couva/ Tabaquite/ Talparo
Anglican

5,761

331

342

342

390

438

497

497

401

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

7,959

726

637

581

599

664

758

567

523

Baptist-Other

991

106

83

66

66

96

100

81

57

Hinduism

55,691

3,278

3,276

3,268

3,893

4,685

5,357

4,765

4,335

Islam

13,238

928

814

701

907

1,184

1,393

1,054

915

2,039

132

139

140

153

186

171

151

168

589

33

24

39

42

52

42

48

36

Jehovahs Witness
Methodist
Moravian
Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic
Seventh Day Adventist
Other
None
Not Stated

136

AGE GROUP

27

1,135

88

89

92

94

90

107

99

81

24,221

2,071

1,875

1,836

2,122

2,419

2,515

1,974

1,656

6,666

422

379

412

445

517

575

566

540

270

17

10

13

13

30

40

50

26

25,218

1,829

1,832

1,693

1,796

2,021

2,284

2,073

1,835

4,067

348

313

281

303

360

408

326

273

12,501

1,009

1,029

988

981

1,075

1,245

1,085

949

2,213

227

132

114

138

186

237

233

179

15,574

1,135

1,081

1,013

1,080

1,295

1,514

1,248

1,159

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

1,116

1,458

1,308

1,125

858

518

442

337

466

Borough of Point Fortin

96

123

106

117

88

60

50

57

74

Anglican

133

190

176

125

102

61

59

47

49

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

11

14

10

10

Baptist-Other

55

75

66

55

46

27

18

18

11

Hinduism

14

24

25

22

13

13

Islam

27

31

30

28

20

15

14

Jehovahs Witness

Methodist

Moravian

23

25

19

19

10

93

125

76

48

42

26

19

17

15

17

10

10

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
11
Full Gospel
5 Presbyterian/ Congregational

11

Rastafarian

224

279

257

253

234

149

127

87

147

Roman Catholic

66

71

67

55

30

26

28

24

24

Seventh Day Adventist

155

186

176

127

63

50

35

25

32

Other

34

51

47

42

19

13

11

11

None

179

240

216

201

167

59

43

33

64

Not Stated

12,369

13,709

11,928

9,891

7,402

5,423

3,354

2,150

2,095

349

379

395

377

334

236

161

129

164

Anglican

486

521

472

437

315

249

188

124

112

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

Couva/ Tabaquite/ Talparo

54

49

66

48

33

33

20

20

14

Baptist-Other

4,177

4,790

3,966

3,316

2,471

1,861

1,096

664

492

Hinduism

920

1,042

996

775

560

433

286

186

145

Islam

142

168

146

109

67

54

28

33

51

Jehovahs Witness

39

32

38

34

39

34

20

18

18

Methodist
Moravian

69

76

68

54

44

40

19

13

11

1,631

1,752

1,453

1,094

707

483

278

168

509

493

474

417

310

262

168

80

15

20

22

1,606

1,768

1,629

1,445

1,145

833

553

401

476

Roman Catholic

288

318

222

170

164

107

77

47

64

Seventh Day Adventist

939

913

751

534

389

282

161

81

90

Other

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
188
Full Gospel
99 Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian

153

159

123

135

64

68

32

18

16

None

991

1,225

1,106

939

755

445

264

168

154

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

137

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

Diego Martin

All Ages

0-4

5-9

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

10 - 14 15 - 19
(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

102,340

6,835

6,839

6,752

7,295

8,087

8,834

7,361

6,542

Anglican

8,745

436

521

460

471

609

681

624

591

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

4,791

306

312

322

380

422

431

329

283

349

23

31

27

24

23

34

32

26

Hinduism

1,875

71

67

82

98

125

148

145

133

Islam

2,322

201

148

139

205

247

246

190

145

Jehovahs Witness

2,219

155

146

148

159

179

217

164

137

Methodist

655

19

31

25

32

26

42

31

38

Moravian

107

10

1,300

123

113

130

109

99

120

89

85

9,891

939

848

832

865

910

915

727

652

540

26

30

20

20

24

36

34

38

Baptist-Other

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian

538

40

40

32

26

51

64

64

40

45,810

2,871

2,979

3,093

3,298

3,510

3,824

3,190

2,857

3,735

307

281

289

294

373

320

258

198

Other

5,611

444

439

385

456

480

462

401

377

None

3,316

231

191

165

198

278

373

291

246

10,535

632

659

598

650

722

916

785

691

35,649

2,719

2,678

2,644

2,971

3,401

3,213

2,617

2,342

Roman Catholic
Seventh Day Adventist

Not Stated
Mayaro/ Rio Claro
Anglican
Baptist-Spiritual Shouter
Baptist-Other

573

35

35

33

40

54

50

48

35

2,453

224

212

206

214

240

209

134

132

913

88

82

89

85

77

80

63

57

Hinduism

8,006

423

468

508

600

722

706

562

590

Islam

2,181

142

137

139

209

211

175

161

151

699

52

52

67

67

85

71

44

39

Jehovahs Witness
Methodist
Moravian
Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian

756

87

76

67

81

71

64

65

49

4,409

454

420

422

421

444

406

368

277

1,307

72

85

84

84

117

109

107

91

63

Roman Catholic

6,521

479

459

464

542

610

633

487

417

Seventh Day Adventist

1,636

135

134

143

162

173

137

100

91

Other

1,764

145

181

129

131

166

171

118

120

None
Not Stated

138

AGE GROUP

733

93

55

41

46

58

61

72

54

3,629

285

281

249

285

368

332

280

231

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

6,292

7,282

6,847

5,710

5,086

4,255

3,235

2,430

2,659

Diego Martin

518

631

545

534

480

459

441

319

426

Anglican

264

330

342

299

221

187

161

97

105

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

23

19

23

17

14

13

10

Baptist-Other

129

214

148

159

105

113

56

49

34

Hinduism

127

139

134

109

112

59

54

34

33

Islam

117

156

145

125

125

89

48

58

51

Jehovahs Witness

42

31

56

38

44

49

63

47

42

Methodist

11

Moravian

69

77

60

51

48

58

28

24

16

548

609

599

411

323

250

190

123

28

35

56

39

35

40

31

22

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
149
Full Gospel
25 Presbyterian/ Congregational

40

58

59

15

Rastafarian

2,865

3,204

3,102

2,546

2,350

2,091

1,562

1,183

1,286

Roman Catholic

239

270

215

197

131

93

96

72

101

Seventh Day Adventist

370

439

371

285

220

164

122

100

96

Other

223

279

224

190

191

98

59

43

34

None

685

779

760

689

676

485

313

248

247

Not Stated

2,464

2,706

2,230

1,705

1,310

933

798

470

445

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

42

31

38

27

31

26

22

18

Anglican

157

163

140

107

96

64

65

48

42

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

57

51

44

33

26

24

27

20

Baptist-Other

641

752

598

459

356

245

188

91

98

Hinduism

148

173

140

134

89

63

56

31

23

Islam

39

54

38

22

20

18

15

10

Jehovahs Witness

Methodist
Moravian

51

50

31

25

10

13

247

273

216

138

127

64

66

34

98

122

98

64

40

51

43

23

10

431

430

398

331

237

199

165

117

121

Roman Catholic

124

131

81

69

39

32

41

18

25

Seventh Day Adventist

134

138

102

71

56

48

26

18

11

Other

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
31
Full Gospel
18 Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian

49

58

52

36

23

13

11

None

242

274

242

184

161

79

60

40

35

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

139

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

Penal/ Debe

All Ages

0-4

5-9

(1)

(2)

(3)

10 - 14 15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

89,342

5,916

5,703

5,520

6,342

7,697

8,720

7,347

6,490

Anglican

1,966

92

93

107

141

149

155

149

117

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

2,358

183

176

150

198

205

194

182

141

738

63

60

61

58

79

69

48

46

38,402

2,345

2,173

2,183

2,540

3,265

3,759

3,310

2,832

5,941

354

338

344

388

488

577

501

442

748

66

40

50

69

71

65

40

49

Methodist

96

Moravian

255

14

18

15

23

25

27

31

24

11,777

953

862

832

965

1,119

1,240

964

847

4,755

279

285

313

345

423

408

356

311

Baptist-Other
Hinduism
Islam
Jehovahs Witness

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian

102

14

11

10

16

11

7,614

475

491

520

541

643

760

554

512

896

57

64

63

75

100

74

55

46

Other

5,473

442

456

368

425

486

533

453

444

None

785

60

51

36

41

68

92

87

71

7,432

520

575

467

522

554

754

595

592

102,369

7,572

6,919

6,848

8,021

9,323

9,994

8,228

7,108

Anglican

3,636

241

233

244

245

286

308

231

262

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

5,259

503

458

428

464

482

468

365

311

Roman Catholic
Seventh Day Adventist

Not Stated

Princes Town

Baptist-Other

7,647

708

657

645

691

730

776

569

485

27,626

1,538

1,513

1,624

1,969

2,432

2,720

2,319

2,054

8,690

593

537

463

633

811

870

663

567

Jehovahs Witness

812

60

61

64

68

77

84

63

50

Methodist

190

15

10

26

16

14

Hinduism
Islam

Moravian
Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian

13

420

47

35

17

42

46

54

25

26

13,311

1,200

961

1,026

1,219

1,298

1,353

1,079

988

4,111

240

258

231

282

353

334

335

303

192

16

14

11

13

15

26

19

Roman Catholic

8,245

612

496

557

639

743

820

649

519

Seventh Day Adventist

2,985

273

248

240

287

283

279

250

174

Other

6,785

586

494

496

549

619

714

561

493

1,246

125

85

58

88

117

140

117

100

11,201

821

851

735

822

1,022

1,034

960

742

None
Not Stated

140

AGE GROUP

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

6,239

7,198

6,229

5,013

3,673

2,988

1,975

1,162

1,129

Penal/ Debe

125

156

157

131

113

84

71

61

64

Anglican

123

176

163

132

90

81

67

44

51

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

40

48

51

31

18

23

14

13

17

Baptist-Other

2,823

3,228

2,753

2,270

1,663

1,372

925

475

486

Hinduism

413

529

435

323

242

222

166

94

83

Islam

47

57

51

49

38

25

14

Jehovahs Witness

13

Methodist

Moravian

13

11

17

805

943

727

536

334

286

162

107

364

364

373

288

223

205

98

74

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
97
Full Gospel
46 Presbyterian/ Congregational

Rastafarian

474

552

517

459

385

262

206

125

139

Roman Catholic

73

80

58

58

14

23

23

14

22

Seventh Day Adventist

360

421

351

278

162

125

79

47

46

Other

47

63

56

35

35

22

11

None

521

550

515

395

345

248

133

85

60

Not Stated

6,747

7,715

6,512

5,346

3,952

3,227

2,062

1,340

1,456

Princes Town

219

219

244

219

173

165

138

91

120

Anglican

320

338

290

223

170

138

112

87

104

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

382

453

388

288

242

215

147

115

155

Baptist-Other

2,051

2,294

1,911

1,670

1,233

1,030

585

324

360

Hinduism

576

734

640

466

369

321

206

110

132

Islam

51

56

48

36

36

26

14

Jehovahs Witness

10

11

13

13

Methodist
Moravian

26

41

20

14

818

1,001

752

579

377

264

170

109

298

352

280

260

173

178

121

67

15

24

16

454

576

527

475

332

295

199

175

176

Roman Catholic

186

196

182

109

105

52

35

44

40

Seventh Day Adventist

512

462

390

315

231

145

87

61

68

Other

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
116
Full Gospel
47 Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian

92

84

77

61

24

24

26

14

13

None

738

875

733

619

459

357

219

114

100

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

141

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

San Juan/Laventille

All Ages

0-4

5-9

(1)

(2)

(3)

10 - 14 15 - 19
(4)

(5)

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

157,021

11,951

11,426

10,743

11,467

13,403

15,024

12,639

10,492

Anglican

12,740

675

756

693

710

831

1,089

1,130

956

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

15,035

1,366

1,264

1,210

1,231

1,519

1,435

1,032

814

494

46

31

28

43

47

40

41

34

13,117

696

737

710

793

1,012

1,202

1,144

988

Baptist-Other
Hinduism
Islam

6,601

510

460

402

436

587

678

590

434

Jehovahs Witness

3,214

208

201

245

250

299

321

213

245

Methodist

1,212

54

52

61

76

82

94

72

65

Moravian

198

10

11

22

18

2,249

220

207

195

209

230

205

148

121

18,836

2,003

1,762

1,635

1,662

1,787

1,894

1,463

1,196

1,276

69

73

68

68

83

93

120

94

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic
Seventh Day Adventist

669

54

42

42

33

44

73

81

43

43,751

2,965

3,013

2,878

3,168

3,775

4,128

3,395

2,813

7,379

705

608

584

637

674

775

585

439

Other

11,113

981

937

870

898

987

1,079

880

820

None

4,822

356

255

219

268

427

534

503

388

14,314

1,037

1,018

895

980

1,007

1,360

1,234

1,023

75,605

5,910

5,831

5,609

6,014

7,021

6,863

5,835

5,304

Not Stated
Sangre Grande
Anglican

2,718

156

158

159

168

209

197

221

198

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

4,796

422

445

392

368

401

381

332

287

Baptist-Other

403

33

30

31

40

32

35

28

23

11,653

665

670

643

803

1,007

1,097

987

890

Islam

2,896

212

214

179

195

301

313

223

208

Jehovahs Witness

1,157

79

99

94

121

96

93

79

83

158

13

16

10

15

10

14

Hinduism

Methodist
Moravian
Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic

142

AGE GROUP

48

318

22

23

22

31

23

23

26

16

9,856

1,017

922

927

953

1,027

971

754

619

1,915

115

108

117

142

165

172

154

155

196

17

13

19

25

23

24

19,388

1,369

1,460

1,446

1,479

1,786

1,770

1,528

1,319

Seventh Day Adventist

6,226

562

558

543

538

592

521

444

452

Other

6,659

614

553

567

566

719

581

475

485

None

1,986

189

121

96

142

205

206

179

158

Not Stated

5,233

425

441

375

445

426

456

367

367

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

9,704

10,460

9,834

8,452

6,721

5,012

3,759

2,763

3,171

San Juan/Laventille

838

919

855

805

673

554

410

370

476

Anglican

791

889

864

716

548

437

401

280

239

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

19

30

19

36

22

25

14

13

Baptist-Other

940

989

968

963

708

544

320

224

179

Hinduism

397

419

459

385

302

215

153

93

82

Islam

195

257

223

189

131

90

59

35

51

Jehovahs Witness

60

90

89

80

87

64

58

57

72

Methodist

17

11

15

15

10

16

10

Moravian

133

132

132

89

80

61

40

18

30

1,165

1,120

944

684

503

352

254

195

82

99

71

77

77

67

54

36

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
217
Full Gospel
43 Presbyterian/ Congregational

44

77

77

38

16

Rastafarian

2,610

2,849

2,760

2,437

2,042

1,570

1,216

929

1,203

Roman Catholic

422

450

438

291

206

171

140

102

150

Seventh Day Adventist

722

754

635

509

371

238

170

130

133

Other

348

365

327

240

231

135

109

58

58

None

920

1,010

966

898

710

474

347

217

216

Not Stated

4,914

5,236

4,651

3,849

2,834

2,113

1,519

981

1,121

Sangre Grande

156

188

213

166

145

134

76

88

85

Anglican

278

305

281

258

176

159

135

76

98

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

17

28

22

27

19

11

Baptist-Other

862

931

847

758

557

428

244

150

114

Hinduism

194

194

219

158

102

74

54

35

23

Islam

85

90

69

47

46

27

17

13

19

Jehovahs Witness

18

10

Methodist
Moravian

27

20

28

18

14

14

599

614

468

377

224

145

105

65

145

127

125

108

92

73

60

32

19

16

11

1,252

1,272

1,179

1,013

754

567

461

316

417

Roman Catholic

390

449

331

221

203

135

126

63

97

Seventh Day Adventist

412

458

386

303

196

147

79

51

69

Other

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
72
Full Gospel
24 Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian

140

146

139

89

73

39

30

20

16

None

344

377

315

286

227

148

112

56

69

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

143

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION
All Ages

0-4

5-9

(1)

(2)

(3)

10 - 14 15 - 19
(4)

(5)

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Siparia

86,898

6,269

5,901

5,653

6,441

8,036

8,065

6,613

5,478

Anglican

4,022

191

194

213

255

334

315

307

236

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

6,417

551

535

462

477

615

559

429

352

Baptist-Other

1,249

104

112

94

99

118

110

90

68

20,307

1,167

1,093

1,096

1,392

1,802

1,890

1,599

1,427

Islam

3,388

207

239

199

225

305

356

253

220

Jehovahs Witness

1,104

69

72

87

90

106

105

76

80

Methodist

150

10

11

11

11

18

13

Moravian

598

50

64

54

68

42

55

48

47

9,359

847

785

763

825

961

919

719

604

3,129

181

165

157

205

301

295

232

198

Hinduism

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic
Seventh Day Adventist

310

26

23

14

14

26

30

40

28

15,991

1,069

1,051

1,071

1,195

1,486

1,431

1,207

955

3,067

273

236

219

291

297

264

212

186

Other

7,831

715

632

573

634

749

760

604

463

None

1,357

181

76

58

63

120

163

116

93

Not Stated

8,618

627

615

583

602

764

796

667

512

212,825

14,222

14,471

14,227

16,139

18,224

18,935

17,007

15,728

Tunapuna/ Piarco
Anglican
Baptist-Spiritual Shouter
Baptist-Other

12,152

643

639

626

632

848

1,029

1,017

820

7,589

540

578

536

585

677

655

563

458

792

59

49

63

66

75

76

67

46

29,955

1,590

1,673

1,717

2,067

2,451

2,803

2,412

2,313

8,445

528

551

471

562

781

805

696

607

Jehovahs Witness

3,202

183

195

223

234

315

290

264

233

Methodist

1,036

41

59

59

51

60

74

69

80

Hinduism
Islam

Moravian
Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic
Seventh Day Adventist
Other
None
Not Stated

144

AGE GROUP

190

10

10

14

20

15

11

1,619

147

145

118

140

150

159

121

104

22,882

2,051

1,994

1,928

1,887

2,210

2,262

1,816

1,615

3,675

170

188

213

213

282

342

270

253

474

33

41

34

22

33

51

71

35

53,145

3,593

3,661

3,667

3,805

4,486

4,863

4,190

3,637

7,801

603

610

554

595

747

844

656

478

14,205

1,138

1,077

1,104

1,149

1,206

1,344

1,106

1,093

4,532

385

270

219

262

375

518

501

379

41,131

2,508

2,738

2,686

3,858

3,514

2,800

3,174

3,568

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

5,459

6,415

5,859

5,028

3,757

2,848

1,974

1,425

1,678

Siparia

216

297

312

273

228

207

137

129

179

Anglican

336

400

437

364

266

217

153

109

155

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

66

73

82

48

41

39

42

26

36

Baptist-Other

1,455

1,747

1,474

1,283

999

755

511

346

270

Hinduism

255

241

233

203

155

122

82

41

51

Islam

85

72

64

60

36

35

32

20

15

Jehovahs Witness

11

10

11

Methodist

Moravian

33

36

32

25

14

13

585

666

491

439

260

174

134

88

201

233

246

232

157

120

99

55

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
99
Full Gospel
52 Presbyterian/ Congregational

18

32

34

18

Rastafarian

895

1,043

1,080

935

776

587

408

338

466

Roman Catholic

188

217

211

131

92

87

55

41

68

Seventh Day Adventist

464

615

479

378

270

182

109

85

117

Other

90

94

92

77

46

36

20

17

14

None

562

647

581

552

402

274

175

123

137

Not Stated

13,776

14,761

14,167

12,070

10,666

7,845

4,595

3,072

2,918

Tunapuna/ Piarco

668

806

818

881

857

702

501

334

331

Anglican

475

439

469

476

387

321

190

118

122

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

44

55

46

36

40

24

19

18

Baptist-Other

2,170

2,504

2,208

1,973

1,475

1,110

710

422

356

Hinduism

562

592

595

550

418

307

208

102

109

Islam

175

211

250

180

157

115

77

43

55

Jehovahs Witness

61

58

59

66

89

69

59

34

46

Methodist
Moravian

18

17

13

13

15

88

125

93

76

65

34

24

14

16

1,433

1,490

1,272

1,002

739

485

298

214

239

265

305

254

207

178

126

99

23

48

48

24

3,150

3,578

3,385

3,059

2,755

2,096

1,332

892

996

Roman Catholic

442

496

472

410

310

217

157

89

121

Seventh Day Adventist

929

938

915

762

619

365

179

153

129

Other

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
186
Full Gospel
72 Presbyterian/ Congregational
-

Rastafarian

283

302

305

223

215

143

88

30

35

None

3,028

2,836

2,907

2,087

2,312

1,662

616

516

322

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

145

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION
All Ages

0-4

5-9

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

10 - 14 15 - 19
(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Tobago

60,735

4,831

4,463

4,179

4,685

5,012

5,349

4,670

4,054

Anglican

7,776

429

443

375

450

532

617

583

476

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

6,414

494

483

473

540

566

561

458

431

Baptist-Other

387

30

27

29

36

23

31

30

26

Hinduism

408

26

23

23

24

31

33

55

36

Islam

345

38

26

23

24

31

28

33

27

Jehovahs Witness

986

78

65

78

83

87

90

61

61

Methodist

2,992

174

164

161

232

221

278

214

200

Moravian

2,769

179

150

145

161

187

220

210

160

925

89

80

81

78

83

60

77

72

8,921

958

863

795

816

799

822

692

636

107

11

13

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian

146

AGE GROUP

234

13

23

19

23

29

15

Roman Catholic

4,030

281

248

243

244

302

326

315

278

Seventh Day Adventist

9,876

856

849

802

870

878

887

719

630

Other

5,320

517

435

420

440

511

435

351

321

None

3,275

189

176

150

211

287

399

321

248

Not Stated

5,971

471

403

366

459

447

534

511

429

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

3,822

4,572

3,952

3,070

2,487

1,881

1,440

1,053

1,212

Tobago

479

613

555

482

461

387

323

259

312

Anglican

365

471

434

329

302

202

145

66

97

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

26

25

34

26

11

13

10

Baptist-Other

27

34

33

24

14

14

Hinduism

23

29

18

12

Islam

83

78

53

50

30

31

18

22

18

Jehovahs Witness

165

212

195

166

159

128

104

99

119

Methodist

176

202

213

179

141

118

112

93

124

Moravian

73

58

56

35

26

17

10

14

15

566

605

470

304

195

129

121

71

14

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
79
Full Gospel
2 Presbyterian/ Congregational

19

28

29

13

Rastafarian

247

318

297

270

212

175

96

83

95

Roman Catholic

650

701

593

401

332

234

180

140

153

Seventh Day Adventist

322

397

323

273

179

143

91

86

76

Other

221

286

250

163

132

90

74

39

39

None

364

514

390

340

276

194

136

66

72

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

147

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

All Ages

0-4

5-9

(1)

(2)

(3)

10 - 14 15 - 19
(4)

(5)

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

662,349

47,781

46,265

44,774

49,424

56,983

61,811

53,519

46,538

Anglican

38,654

2,033

2,117

2,039

2,208

2,758

3,125

2,990

2,620

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

35,307

3,164

3,056

2,937

2,988

3,289

3,279

2,511

1,957

7,765

764

655

644

699

741

733

574

484

124,049

6,848

6,885

6,889

8,463

10,357

11,983

10,666

9,697

34,892

2,325

2,166

1,956

2,425

3,082

3,636

3,020

2,438

8,501

607

648

704

746

840

837

636

536

Baptist-Other
Hinduism
Islam
Jehovahs Witness
Methodist

4,232

219

248

238

298

308

382

296

277

Moravian

1,797

109

93

91

95

119

145

138

116

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational

5,638

584

545

480

519

507

472

430

388

74,462

7,585

6,781

6,593

6,889

7,222

7,301

5,874

4,943

16,249

907

952

992

1,060

1,354

1,431

1,283

1,179

Rastafarian
Roman Catholic
Seventh Day Adventist

2,571

140

124

98

99

168

310

386

210

142,576

9,769

9,747

9,712

10,416

12,068

12,829

10,975

9,487

25,961

2,393

2,214

2,139

2,173

2,466

2,458

1,993

1,571

Other

46,114

4,112

3,969

3,790

3,819

4,183

4,328

3,592

3,362

None

18,270

1,195

838

710

957

1,458

2,056

1,862

1,506

Not Stated

75,313

5,026

5,229

4,761

5,570

6,064

6,505

6,292

5,766

632,051

45,328

43,947

42,587

47,064

54,426

59,236

51,232

44,603

TRINIDAD
Anglican

34,631

1,804

1,879

1,856

1,974

2,484

2,828

2,701

2,393

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

32,230

2,923

2,801

2,693

2,710

2,984

3,011

2,302

1,782

Baptist-Other
Hinduism
Islam

7,589

751

640

630

682

731

718

562

469

123,853

6,838

6,873

6,872

8,450

10,346

11,972

10,632

9,678

34,680

2,303

2,148

1,944

2,414

3,063

3,619

3,000

2,420

Jehovahs Witness

8,071

568

619

665

713

804

798

612

512

Methodist

2,726

138

156

147

172

183

223

186

180

Moravian
Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic

148

AGE GROUP

395

18

15

16

15

27

41

24

25

5,206

538

503

443

483

467

444

404

357

70,241

7,074

6,318

6,186

6,474

6,832

6,927

5,581

4,675

16,196

900

947

990

1,054

1,348

1,431

1,279

1,177

2,397

132

109

92

93

156

293

363

200

140,498

9,625

9,608

9,576

10,279

11,910

12,682

10,832

9,348

Seventh Day Adventist

21,287

1,967

1,793

1,727

1,785

2,038

2,052

1,656

1,287

Other

43,651

3,859

3,758

3,560

3,605

3,933

4,144

3,436

3,212

None

16,119

1,099

741

635

823

1,290

1,800

1,645

1,340

Not Stated

72,281

4,790

5,038

4,556

5,338

5,831

6,254

6,016

5,546

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

43,190

48,365

43,737

36,554

29,503

21,458

14,101

9,188

9,158

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

2,310

2,775

2,730

2,585

2,436

2,035

1,493

1,127

1,273

Anglican

1,933

2,098

2,151

1,836

1,384

1,033

730

496

466

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

400

476

420

326

266

202

142

110

129

Baptist-Other

9,465

10,683

9,052

7,828

5,778

4,247

2,525

1,465

1,217

Hinduism

2,249

2,708

2,520

2,107

1,521

1,136

787

429

387

Islam

491

567

497

426

334

237

169

114

113

Jehovahs Witness

227

261

281

260

252

210

172

136

168

Methodist

114

138

128

113

99

74

83

64

77

Moravian

320

355

315

224

195

138

81

44

39

4,486

4,906

3,917

2,853

1,963

1,237

839

578

1,169

1,228

1,199

1,005

824

667

456

296

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
495
Full Gospel
247 Presbyterian/ Congregational

172

295

331

155

58

18

Rastafarian

8,912

9,725

9,176

8,068

6,959

5,530

3,817

2,579

2,805

Roman Catholic

1,598

1,733

1,524

1,111

868

570

464

297

388

Seventh Day Adventist

2,991

3,234

2,750

2,055

1,512

1,054

596

373

394

Other

1,301

1,508

1,382

1,127

955

584

396

232

201

None

5,051

5,674

5,363

4,476

4,098

2,487

1,345

846

759

Not Stated

41,332

46,071

41,716

35,013

28,201

20,558

13,411

8,698

8,629

TRINIDAD

2,049

2,450

2,432

2,313

2,180

1,834

1,328

997

1,129

Anglican

1,777

1,875

1,927

1,686

1,244

944

670

469

431

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

392

464

404

315

262

195

138

109

127

Baptist-Other

9,455

10,666

9,038

7,816

5,773

4,239

2,523

1,464

1,217

Hinduism

2,232

2,689

2,507

2,100

1,513

1,134

783

428

382

Islam

450

533

476

405

322

222

159

107

106

Jehovahs Witness

149

159

196

182

168

147

124

97

120

Methodist
Moravian

27

23

25

24

27

27

26

18

16

286

327

288

209

186

129

76

38

28

4,227

4,656

3,696

2,730

1,871

1,186

796

550

1,160

1,228

1,195

1,004

824

664

453

295

158

273

303

143

55

18

8,783

9,547

9,028

7,917

6,843

5,446

3,766

2,539

2,768

Roman Catholic

1,287

1,412

1,265

918

702

462

382

230

323

Seventh Day Adventist

2,866

3,060

2,597

1,942

1,437

990

560

332

361

Other

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
463
Full Gospel
246 Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian

1,154

1,305

1,194

1,002

855

520

337

204

176

None

4,879

5,405

5,145

4,306

3,940

2,402

1,283

821

732

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

149

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

City of Port of Spain

All Ages

0-4

5-9

(1)

(2)

(3)

10 - 14 15 - 19
(4)

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

17,227

1,178

1,129

1,087

1,151

1,308

1,552

1,223

1,002

Anglican

2,224

93

98

99

100

149

187

159

132

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

1,243

124

123

141

115

105

117

79

63

98

13

10

15

245

17

11

16

24

14

18

Baptist-Other
Hinduism
Islam

558

27

26

32

44

49

60

56

20

Jehovahs Witness

268

15

16

14

16

27

25

20

18

Methodist

198

15

11

16

11

10

14

Moravian

42

261

28

34

20

22

22

16

19

14

1,239

153

138

114

112

94

122

90

77

91

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic
Seventh Day Adventist

134

18

11

6,682

420

377

411

496

527

552

433

387

401

47

20

27

23

32

36

41

20

Other

706

52

57

47

35

67

83

51

58

None

618

35

42

23

18

39

80

60

36

2,220

142

155

123

129

146

203

166

121

23,680

1,620

1,522

1,506

1,636

1,922

2,212

1,907

1,616

Not Stated
City of San Fernando
Anglican

2,073

89

100

107

116

148

184

139

130

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

1,120

93

77

83

91

112

101

88

59

Baptist-Other

400

40

30

20

35

36

35

32

26

Hinduism

2,619

162

145

132

176

203

217

229

215

Islam

1,108

60

47

59

60

77

105

82

72

Jehovahs Witness

298

20

31

18

25

20

35

26

17

Methodist

161

10

17

16

10

Moravian
Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic
Seventh Day Adventist
Other
None
Not Stated

150

AGE GROUP

159

17

19

16

14

16

10

3,012

271

254

258

270

262

290

241

201

1,250

52

60

75

66

83

104

100

106

110

19

20

5,576

376

351

369

385

488

532

427

352

445

46

33

34

24

35

46

39

28

1,902

158

140

155

147

178

165

149

132

553

32

27

18

23

36

72

58

35

2,889

190

195

155

189

217

274

245

217

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

957

1,079

1,202

1,102

1,078

823

508

392

456

City of Port of Spain

115

148

151

139

179

167

101

99

107

Anglican

55

52

66

60

49

42

22

13

18

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

Baptist-Other

16

20

22

18

19

15

13

Hinduism

32

44

39

40

46

18

11

Islam

11

24

19

22

13

13

Jehovahs Witness

10

20

18

15

Methodist

Moravian

10

16

14

17

10

64

65

64

57

28

26

16

10

10

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
10
Full Gospel
5 Presbyterian/ Congregational

15

28

10

Rastafarian

427

393

459

436

426

336

229

171

204

Roman Catholic

18

31

25

27

17

13

Seventh Day Adventist

24

46

59

39

26

27

17

10

Other

38

41

48

33

52

27

16

14

16

None

121

162

171

174

172

108

41

43

44

Not Stated

1,383

1,607

1,634

1,432

1,202

914

611

422

534

104

131

155

148

143

126

76

76

100

Anglican

56

79

81

51

43

47

26

14

19

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

City of San Fernando

24

26

23

19

14

13

10

Baptist-Other

178

186

200

147

142

106

89

48

46

Hinduism

67

89

99

89

47

56

39

33

27

Islam

14

13

15

20

16

Jehovahs Witness

15

14

11

11

Methodist
Moravian

10

179

217

162

133

100

67

44

32

72

96

77

88

85

67

50

31

327

329

376

351

299

211

157

100

148

Roman Catholic

16

30

25

27

22

10

14

Seventh Day Adventist

114

146

123

94

74

56

34

14

24

Other

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
30
Full Gospel
38 Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian

31

50

47

47

27

23

10

None

181

194

228

186

168

108

54

43

46

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

151

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

Borough of Arima

All Ages

0-4

5-9

(1)

(2)

(3)

10 - 14 15 - 19
(4)

(5)

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

16,488

1,136

1,190

1,087

1,185

1,431

1,490

1,408

1,143

Anglican

787

23

32

33

34

56

49

77

61

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

418

25

38

30

28

34

27

42

22

82

758

40

44

32

51

60

72

84

50

Baptist-Other
Hinduism
Islam

529

32

33

26

35

51

64

57

33

Jehovahs Witness

200

13

15

15

14

18

23

15

16

Methodist

83

Moravian

13

225

27

15

17

19

22

20

25

11

2,165

217

197

190

197

228

217

174

138

199

10

10

16

18

11

18

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic
Seventh Day Adventist

35

7,053

449

508

477

512

592

614

566

483

610

51

59

47

39

57

52

63

40

Other

1,149

90

93

89

101

104

112

87

92

None

544

40

15

24

31

42

49

54

48

1,637

109

112

83

110

140

155

131

116

41,660

2,924

2,878

2,742

3,128

3,481

4,109

3,700

3,408

Not Stated
Borough of Chaguanas
Anglican

1,612

90

77

98

114

112

147

138

129

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

1,453

120

108

115

116

138

124

115

88

Baptist-Other
Hinduism
Islam

258

23

26

15

19

28

26

22

22

12,667

683

735

669

896

1,026

1,306

1,129

1,096

3,743

285

270

225

278

331

408

349

288

Jehovahs Witness

469

32

35

33

38

44

54

39

35

Methodist

283

14

17

26

26

32

24

19

13

Moravian

20

270

23

27

22

26

19

20

24

27

4,592

433

400

439

403

436

408

402

373

957

51

60

59

74

66

76

81

73

66

13

11

Roman Catholic

5,918

443

436

403

442

463

541

508

489

Seventh Day Adventist

1,030

84

76

82

104

94

108

100

76

Other

3,971

349

307

319

320

348

404

351

324

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian

None
Not Stated

152

AGE GROUP

854

60

43

28

47

74

100

104

75

3,496

230

255

208

225

268

346

308

295

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

1,029

1,180

1,011

976

776

589

368

225

264

Borough of Arima

38

57

71

60

44

49

46

26

31

Anglican

18

34

24

27

27

16

11

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

Baptist-Other

48

63

59

47

44

27

17

10

Hinduism

20

39

35

38

24

17

13

Islam

18

11

11

Jehovahs Witness

Methodist

Moravian

13

13

15

10

114

143

108

92

59

30

23

26

15

16

18

14

15

10

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
11
Gospel
5 Presbyterian/ Congregational

Rastafarian

492

497

421

422

332

298

173

85

132

Roman Catholic

32

49

34

20

26

16

Seventh Day Adventist

71

74

66

52

43

31

19

10

15

Other

48

34

32

42

33

19

16

13

None

98

131

101

125

94

60

25

26

19

Not Stated

2,987

3,100

2,729

2,230

1,630

1,210

733

403

268

98

109

133

102

83

81

42

40

19

Anglican

99

87

108

76

46

33

31

30

20

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

Borough of Chaguanas

11

19

13

13

13

Baptist-Other

1,014

1,072

873

797

541

403

231

121

75

Hinduism

209

257

253

208

148

108

58

35

32

Islam

36

36

22

19

25

10

Jehovahs Witness

15

19

30

15

15

Methodist

Moravian

20

18

17

10

327

298

229

147

118

81

60

20

18

85

79

72

44

54

38

23

16

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational

11

Rastafarian

419

413

373

307

247

208

120

65

41

Roman Catholic

48

74

63

48

24

17

14

15

Seventh Day Adventist

299

282

204

165

114

101

41

25

16

Other

52

72

60

55

41

18

17

None

246

257

264

214

157

99

77

30

16

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

153

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

Borough of Point Fortin


Anglican
Baptist-Spiritual Shouter
Baptist-Other
Hinduism

All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

10,059

796

773

666

748

948

1,036

724

634

857

43

46

42

36

82

75

57

43

1,262

125

132

104

117

112

118

80

72

93

13

10

10

401

26

11

19

26

38

36

26

16

Islam

196

14

14

14

11

28

24

14

Jehovahs Witness

192

10

16

13

20

15

18

23

Methodist

31

Moravian

176

19

14

16

17

20

20

10

11

757

85

74

73

72

81

76

49

42

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic
Seventh Day Adventist
Other
None
Not Stated
Couva/ Tabaquite/ Talparo

96

10

13

10

73

15

2,056

120

121

114

124

198

201

147

155

553

47

46

43

42

79

59

34

32

1,355

140

148

100

126

137

147

98

92

400

33

14

14

16

28

56

36

33

1,558

109

117

96

118

126

164

115

102

90,650

6,418

6,215

5,840

6,705

7,646

8,923

7,603

6,711

Anglican

3,038

178

178

173

199

220

260

252

208

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

3,858

392

320

293

315

344

373

285

239

485

61

40

36

33

41

51

42

27

28,904

1,681

1,664

1,640

2,026

2,396

2,856

2,487

2,320

6,898

456

426

362

460

614

747

570

497

Baptist-Other
Hinduism
Islam
Jehovahs Witness

899

64

72

65

67

89

87

63

67

Methodist

289

23

11

18

23

20

25

28

19

Moravian
Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic
Seventh Day Adventist

154

MALE
AGE GROUP

13

546

42

44

47

50

46

48

48

42

11,629

1,037

977

930

1,084

1,133

1,226

939

763

3,284

212

191

196

227

254

286

273

263

207

13

10

17

31

43

19

12,928

932

918

854

908

1,034

1,141

1,065

929

2,035

190

168

146

154

179

191

168

130

Other

6,201

485

568

508

524

512

610

513

478

None

1,396

97

65

54

88

107

150

149

130

Not Stated

8,039

556

562

511

538

640

841

676

578

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

561

699

673

599

445

233

192

138

195

Borough of Point Fortin

57

66

65

80

55

27

23

26

34

Anglican

58

79

90

57

51

20

18

13

17

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

Baptist-Other

32

40

40

32

23

11

Hinduism

15

15

13

Islam

13

13

16

Jehovahs Witness

Methodist

Moravian

11

43

65

35

22

20

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
2
Gospel
3 Presbyterian/ Congregational

11

Rastafarian

122

121

125

116

132

81

69

39

72

Roman Catholic

32

31

26

27

17

14

10

Seventh Day Adventist

67

77

81

66

23

20

13

10

Other

23

35

39

34

16

None

93

131

110

113

76

30

22

14

22

Not Stated

6,429

7,077

6,029

5,061

3,862

2,632

1,565

1,007

925

Couva/ Tabaquite/ Talparo

187

221

198

196

197

127

93

66

87

Anglican

246

247

199

199

155

108

59

52

32

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

24

20

30

25

16

14

10

Baptist-Other

2,244

2,502

2,083

1,745

1,319

884

504

311

239

Hinduism

479

558

502

436

291

207

143

88

61

Islam

59

69

55

51

31

17

13

14

18

Jehovahs Witness

18

17

14

18

15

15

Methodist

Moravian

32

34

31

19

23

22

742

831

674

497

324

217

114

79

63

257

249

242

189

150

122

87

41

46

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational

14

17

17

Rastafarian

865

933

842

759

617

455

268

192

215

Roman Catholic

142

154

114

90

72

49

40

22

27

Seventh Day Adventist

472

472

360

244

186

131

68

34

35

Other

104

116

94

96

49

50

23

14

11

None

543

632

573

489

415

212

129

75

68

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

155

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

Diego Martin

All Ages

0-4

5-9

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

10 - 14 15 - 19
(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

50,212

3,495

3,480

3,477

3,686

4,009

4,360

3,675

3,189

Anglican

4,508

225

282

237

255

337

352

303

305

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

2,100

154

159

162

173

186

198

138

122

Baptist-Other

170

16

16

16

10

11

14

16

18

Hinduism

931

26

36

33

47

66

77

69

69

Islam

1,305

100

85

76

112

131

148

116

79

Jehovahs Witness

970

80

72

72

84

89

104

82

50

Methodist

316

10

16

15

15

13

23

14

19

Moravian

48

585

71

52

65

56

56

42

40

35

4,461

513

413

425

430

405

427

328

265

258

13

15

13

22

17

17

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic
Seventh Day Adventist

355

14

20

14

16

26

39

54

33

22,446

1,462

1,514

1,582

1,664

1,760

1,881

1,611

1,379

1,759

150

147

145

141

179

156

124

94

Other

2,615

225

225

219

231

236

209

188

170

None

2,023

116

96

89

105

158

229

171

158

Not Stated

5,363

316

335

312

330

344

439

403

372

18,529

1,367

1,373

1,404

1,537

1,707

1,656

1,336

1,253

Mayaro/ Rio Claro


Anglican
Baptist-Spiritual Shouter
Baptist-Other

262

16

11

11

22

17

13

33

17

1,234

101

106

121

113

109

112

76

56

429

46

41

41

44

41

30

28

24

Hinduism

4,263

204

246

270

319

389

371

301

331

Islam

1,192

73

73

71

108

121

92

94

82

324

26

25

42

40

40

34

13

15

Jehovahs Witness
Methodist
Moravian
Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic

375

55

46

32

31

36

26

25

28

2,199

236

214

214

217

206

198

179

143

682

40

51

48

46

61

52

51

47

44

3,407

246

238

244

277

301

345

256

222

Seventh Day Adventist

814

65

66

79

89

87

67

38

43

Other

913

76

94

73

69

79

77

51

73

None
Not Stated

156

AGE GROUP

456

43

24

20

22

35

46

41

34

1,929

139

138

137

140

180

187

143

131

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

3,066

3,578

3,323

2,721

2,498

2,033

1,515

1,042

1,069

Diego Martin

277

330

285

269

255

248

227

147

175

Anglican

107

145

153

133

84

72

55

28

33

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

13

Baptist-Other

58

97

81

93

49

68

20

27

13

Hinduism

73

84

74

61

66

33

26

19

20

Islam

41

58

54

44

51

35

16

22

17

Jehovahs Witness

22

30

22

18

30

26

17

19

Methodist

Moravian

30

35

22

20

27

19

221

253

239

154

121

98

74

49

13

17

22

18

24

17

15

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
47
Full Gospel
10 Presbyterian/ Congregational

27

43

51

10

Rastafarian

1,407

1,607

1,475

1,184

1,126

1,005

764

513

512

Roman Catholic

112

121

108

77

67

42

35

26

34

Seventh Day Adventist

157

192

165

130

85

58

51

36

36

Other

145

176

148

140

142

61

34

34

20

None

363

397

408

356

367

233

158

102

126

Not Stated

1,260

1,470

1,248

935

688

450

405

221

220

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

19

16

27

11

13

15

Anglican

79

84

74

57

49

30

31

19

18

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

26

27

19

17

10

10

11

Baptist-Other

336

423

347

258

191

108

92

33

43

Hinduism

69

104

79

80

55

35

31

17

Islam

14

18

17

10

Jehovahs Witness

Methodist
Moravian

17

27

19

14

123

138

99

72

67

26

34

15

54

67

49

31

17

25

17

13

225

216

227

174

129

114

84

51

59

Roman Catholic

61

67

44

38

14

15

19

14

Seventh Day Adventist

64

79

58

38

31

23

18

Other

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
18
Full Gospel
14 Presbyterian/ Congregational
-

Rastafarian

41

39

43

26

16

10

None

129

161

137

107

83

40

33

28

18

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

157

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

Penal/ Debe

All Ages

0-4

5-9

(1)

(2)

(3)

10 - 14 15 - 19
(4)

(5)

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

45,436

3,026

2,906

2,807

3,177

3,903

4,403

3,895

3,318

Anglican

1,012

48

42

52

64

82

90

73

61

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

1,147

88

94

81

97

106

106

97

61

357

39

25

31

30

41

34

20

22

19,967

1,208

1,117

1,099

1,287

1,688

1,958

1,793

1,509

3,109

180

147

178

205

261

316

269

222

330

35

23

26

28

34

25

18

18

Methodist

44

Moravian

127

10

10

15

20

14

5,664

472

451

412

486

509

595

469

429

2,385

148

147

158

174

221

209

176

142

Baptist-Other
Hinduism
Islam
Jehovahs Witness

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian

72

13

3,798

244

255

275

254

314

357

305

250

431

33

26

35

34

55

28

28

16

Other

2,652

214

238

184

212

242

248

228

213

None

483

30

26

18

23

39

50

55

44

3,853

270

299

244

269

281

372

328

304

52,377

3,823

3,506

3,538

4,055

4,755

5,105

4,337

3,664

Roman Catholic
Seventh Day Adventist

Not Stated
Princes Town
Anglican

1,892

117

121

134

123

145

161

120

145

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

2,577

248

223

223

248

233

234

175

153

Baptist-Other
Hinduism
Islam
Jehovahs Witness
Methodist
Moravian

3,838

369

332

343

377

375

370

294

233

14,438

766

768

828

1,034

1,253

1,427

1,225

1,093

4,651

308

281

249

352

409

475

377

291

375

34

30

36

33

38

39

24

25

98

14

11

203

25

15

19

23

28

16

13

6,379

609

488

522

570

630

626

534

478

2,076

113

137

120

127

196

181

174

157

140

10

20

16

Roman Catholic

4,333

332

262

304

322

395

427

337

273

Seventh Day Adventist

1,438

137

118

108

141

139

139

125

80

Other

3,343

291

258

262

271

307

335

297

250

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian

None
Not Stated

158

AGE GROUP

799

50

52

30

44

73

92

79

69

5,795

411

404

372

384

526

548

529

381

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

3,293

3,705

3,192

2,590

1,838

1,416

952

553

460

Penal/ Debe

68

89

68

74

52

49

36

27

35

Anglican

60

79

69

68

51

28

28

18

15

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

22

24

25

13

10

Baptist-Other

1,545

1,715

1,466

1,201

841

665

436

224

214

Hinduism

219

287

247

175

118

107

89

52

38

Islam

17

28

20

20

15

Jehovahs Witness

Methodist

Moravian

392

429

348

258

143

112

72

55

186

174

184

149

115

98

46

41

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
32
Full Gospel
16 Presbyterian/ Congregational

Rastafarian

248

275

233

236

198

126

107

64

55

Roman Catholic

30

46

31

26

11

10

Seventh Day Adventist

189

194

178

121

69

59

36

14

14

Other

35

39

40

26

26

17

None

269

308

270

207

186

121

67

39

20

Not Stated

3,530

4,050

3,335

2,807

2,054

1,580

998

623

617

Princes Town

123

112

118

129

89

89

77

40

51

Anglican

153

147

145

118

74

63

57

38

46

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

199

229

186

139

123

91

72

51

57

Baptist-Other

1,099

1,250

1,010

919

651

533

277

154

153

Hinduism

304

418

357

241

220

155

105

48

61

Islam

16

25

25

10

13

16

Jehovahs Witness

10

Methodist
Moravian

11

20

13

387

479

339

263

189

100

65

49

146

175

148

127

84

76

57

36

13

23

14

249

304

264

254

179

153

106

101

71

Roman Catholic

98

89

90

59

44

24

19

17

10

Seventh Day Adventist

253

234

176

143

108

69

35

26

25

Other

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
50
Full Gospel
22 Presbyterian/ Congregational
1

Rastafarian

60

67

60

44

18

18

22

10

None

415

472

385

343

244

188

101

43

49

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

159

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

San Juan/Laventille

All Ages

0-4

5-9

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

10 - 14 15 - 19
(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

77,745

6,136

5,693

5,485

5,742

6,538

7,345

6,394

5,190

Anglican

6,556

371

368

349

370

419

524

561

497

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

7,007

690

622

643

587

705

711

503

363

234

22

17

17

20

23

18

20

16

6,741

352

375

375

422

492

610

614

540

Baptist-Other
Hinduism
Islam

3,519

258

223

214

236

293

356

351

242

Jehovahs Witness

1,373

100

91

130

115

146

140

114

80

Methodist

604

26

28

24

40

41

50

35

39

Moravian

117

15

1,088

121

98

99

101

102

98

80

61

8,503

1,051

879

800

825

829

836

640

491

585

28

35

30

33

42

44

54

46

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic
Seventh Day Adventist

463

33

13

19

18

24

51

61

31

21,773

1,531

1,531

1,450

1,597

1,887

2,009

1,704

1,388

3,471

359

311

297

303

324

371

277

195

Other

5,118

503

462

449

431

421

471

398

368

None

3,067

189

121

112

153

254

332

327

242

Not Stated

7,526

496

515

472

488

529

707

649

585

38,844

3,014

2,885

2,881

3,069

3,544

3,512

3,039

2,781

Sangre Grande
Anglican

1,506

83

83

76

106

121

97

113

114

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

2,319

220

213

191

188

195

206

166

140

Baptist-Other

205

17

14

18

22

18

18

14

14

Hinduism

6,084

340

326

340

397

493

578

526

516

Islam

1,636

117

113

100

93

164

182

139

132

511

33

51

54

65

42

31

30

33

77

Jehovahs Witness
Methodist
Moravian
Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic

160

AGE GROUP

27

164

11

15

15

15

13

14

14

4,729

485

452

480

480

507

458

345

302

927

59

55

58

61

92

79

71

74

138

22

22

18

10,198

715

735

733

781

911

939

779

698

Seventh Day Adventist

3,046

289

285

273

270

295

245

217

206

Other

3,236

330

278

287

299

337

261

252

220

None

1,243

91

48

54

71

124

134

121

92

Not Stated

2,797

207

207

196

207

219

238

225

205

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

4,788

5,232

4,945

4,218

3,395

2,447

1,725

1,215

1,261

San Juan/Laventille

431

485

472

418

385

299

220

176

209

Anglican

345

362

387

334

236

184

137

123

75

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

15

19

10

11

Baptist-Other

479

532

477

500

373

277

150

94

81

Hinduism

219

234

248

205

162

114

80

39

46

Islam

77

94

75

75

48

33

28

13

14

Jehovahs Witness

32

43

43

41

34

36

26

30

35

Methodist

13

10

Moravian

52

69

67

39

48

26

16

500

475

400

265

184

115

79

75

61

36

43

35

33

33

36

20

17

18

38

61

61

35

13

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian

1,299

1,442

1,417

1,223

1,018

799

578

422

477

Roman Catholic

183

200

208

132

100

56

59

39

57

Seventh Day Adventist

330

348

290

216

173

108

61

42

44

Other

230

254

224

184

170

109

83

40

43

None

515

565

529

492

401

233

171

90

89

Not Stated

2,538

2,704

2,511

1,986

1,519

1,080

751

485

544

Sangre Grande

85

104

108

98

93

79

50

50

47

Anglican

135

120

145

118

82

75

63

27

35

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

13

11

14

14

Baptist-Other

466

500

455

400

294

212

110

72

60

Hinduism

109

117

129

97

43

43

31

17

Islam

34

39

28

22

17

11

Jehovahs Witness

Methodist

Moravian

13

14

246

295

245

159

105

61

47

28

34

63

68

65

48

48

34

24

17

11

14

14

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian

693

678

647

544

417

315

237

163

214

Roman Catholic

192

205

167

100

98

68

63

26

47

Seventh Day Adventist

196

213

186

131

105

61

31

19

32

Other

94

108

102

63

64

28

19

16

14

None

197

214

186

171

129

75

63

32

27

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

161

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION
All Ages

0-4

5-9

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

10 - 14 15 - 19
(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Siparia

44,350

3,187

3,050

2,960

3,276

4,096

4,115

3,417

2,805

Anglican

2,161

106

108

113

129

170

165

164

124

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

3,018

277

293

237

244

288

262

197

149

578

58

57

41

48

55

58

34

32

10,625

575

538

581

740

962

971

870

750

1,818

109

125

105

129

165

184

142

127

507

32

38

44

50

52

48

36

38

Methodist

81

14

Moravian

286

22

33

34

30

19

23

19

26

4,387

426

397

376

403

450

411

353

279

1,619

84

96

83

113

157

171

116

92

Baptist-Other
Hinduism
Islam
Jehovahs Witness

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian

224

11

11

18

23

28

22

Roman Catholic

8,232

556

526

574

599

762

746

630

488

Seventh Day Adventist

1,540

145

130

123

151

132

140

100

91

Other

3,792

365

328

301

296

394

357

282

221

None

902

90

35

33

35

67

113

80

73

4,580

329

328

303

299

401

430

360

287

104,795

7,208

7,348

7,108

7,970

9,139

9,418

8,574

7,889

Not Stated
Tunapuna/ Piarco
Anglican

6,144

322

334

330

306

428

526

513

426

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

3,474

268

294

271

278

319

320

262

196

Baptist-Other

361

32

18

25

26

40

33

25

25

15,209

768

850

854

1,017

1,265

1,467

1,266

1,154

Islam

4,419

282

286

239

289

387

453

373

320

Jehovahs Witness

1,355

74

106

104

117

149

137

110

93

455

17

28

27

25

30

35

27

33

Hinduism

Methodist
Moravian

100

10

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational

740

69

83

54

71

65

67

48

55

10,524

1,086

985

952

924

1,064

1,037

839

693

Rastafarian
Roman Catholic

1,787

87

85

122

109

140

173

138

129

335

18

23

17

14

16

36

56

25

26,098

1,801

1,837

1,786

1,918

2,279

2,398

2,066

1,855

Seventh Day Adventist

3,713

326

307

288

271

352

413

302

236

Other

6,699

578

560

569

542

571

664

491

521

None
Not Stated

162

AGE GROUP

2,782

192

133

120

149

213

297

312

269

20,599

1,285

1,417

1,344

1,910

1,815

1,350

1,737

1,851

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

2,807

3,300

3,083

2,623

1,944

1,382

964

656

685

Siparia

106

158

179

164

146

121

60

60

89

Anglican

154

173

192

184

126

91

63

39

50

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

25

36

44

20

17

18

11

14

Baptist-Other

783

951

801

690

516

367

248

171

113

Hinduism

134

126

123

109

81

64

52

20

20

Islam

35

28

31

19

14

20

Jehovahs Witness

Methodist

Moravian

20

16

15

13

252

327

232

189

112

71

54

30

114

117

123

122

83

50

50

26

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
28
Full Gospel
22 Presbyterian/ Congregational

15

28

28

17

Rastafarian

452

536

576

484

422

306

213

167

197

Roman Catholic

104

100

121

66

46

30

26

11

25

Seventh Day Adventist

219

295

229

178

123

82

47

32

44

Other

65

66

76

65

36

30

17

13

None

324

340

311

296

213

134

97

65

63

Not Stated

6,703

7,290

6,803

5,735

5,273

3,769

2,123

1,317

1,130

Tunapuna/ Piarco

342

425

401

426

446

362

262

161

135

Anglican

213

189

195

201

171

134

71

50

44

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

22

28

22

14

23

10

10

Baptist-Other

1,159

1,316

1,124

970

768

563

327

186

156

Hinduism

289

316

307

308

208

171

100

50

39

Islam

77

68

93

64

57

49

28

14

14

Jehovahs Witness

28

25

26

31

30

30

30

15

18

Methodist
Moravian

11

39

48

43

35

28

18

639

641

522

421

299

174

109

80

109

116

141

125

102

81

56

43

19

38

42

20

1,558

1,801

1,593

1,427

1,301

1,038

661

404

372

Roman Catholic

220

216

208

179

148

99

61

40

48

Seventh Day Adventist

412

408

422

326

277

163

88

55

54

Other

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
58
Full Gospel
31 Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian

189

207

180

147

164

104

60

22

25

None

1,385

1,441

1,474

1,034

1,235

760

246

190

124

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

163

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION
All Ages

0-4

5-9

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

10 - 14 15 - 19
(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

TOBAGO

30,298

2,454

2,318

2,187

2,361

2,556

2,575

2,287

1,935

Anglican

4,023

229

238

183

234

274

298

289

227

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

3,077

241

254

244

277

306

268

209

175

Baptist-Other

175

13

15

15

17

10

15

11

15

Hinduism

196

10

11

17

13

10

11

34

18

Islam

213

22

18

11

10

18

17

21

18

Jehovahs Witness

430

39

28

40

33

36

39

24

24

Methodist

1,506

81

92

91

126

125

159

110

98

Moravian

1,402

90

78

75

80

92

104

115

90

433

46

42

38

37

40

28

26

31

4,220

511

463

407

415

390

374

292

268

53

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian

164

AGE GROUP

173

15

12

17

23

Roman Catholic

2,078

145

139

136

137

158

147

143

139

Seventh Day Adventist

4,674

426

421

412

388

428

406

337

284

Other

2,463

253

211

231

214

250

184

157

150

None

2,151

97

97

74

134

168

257

217

166

Not Stated

3,031

236

190

205

233

233

251

276

220

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

1,858

2,294

2,021

1,541

1,301

900

690

490

530

TOBAGO

261

325

299

272

257

201

164

129

144

Anglican

156

223

224

150

140

89

60

27

34

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

11

16

10

Baptist-Other

10

17

14

13

Hinduism

17

19

14

Islam

41

34

21

20

11

15

10

Jehovahs Witness

78

101

85

78

83

63

48

40

48

Methodist

87

116

103

89

72

47

57

46

61

Moravian

34

29

27

15

10

259

250

221

123

92

51

43

28

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
31
Full Gospel
1 Presbyterian/ Congregational

14

21

28

11

Rastafarian

129

178

147

151

117

84

52

40

37

Roman Catholic

310

321

259

193

166

107

82

67

65

Seventh Day Adventist

125

174

154

113

75

64

36

41

33

Other

147

204

188

125

100

64

59

28

25

None

172

269

218

169

158

85

62

25

27

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

165

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

All Ages

0-4

(1)

(2)

5-9
(3)

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

660,196

46,252

44,875

42,899

48,577

56,788

61,197

51,641

45,645

Anglican

36,341

1,892

2,078

1,902

2,094

2,576

3,117

2,954

2,449

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

39,695

3,115

2,995

2,744

3,012

3,526

3,432

2,755

2,462

8,186

667

661

622

666

727

806

614

500

116,051

6,708

6,701

6,740

7,987

9,853

10,938

9,546

8,541

Islam

30,813

2,222

2,041

1,776

2,142

2,843

3,026

2,374

2,037

Jehovahs Witness

10,949

657

637

685

786

934

987

789

834
279

Baptist-Other
Hinduism

Methodist

4,416

228

224

237

274

275

339

290

Moravian

1,728

109

90

89

103

130

145

117

95

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian

6,280

534

522

484

548

574

608

481

394

84,571

7,153

6,633

6,419

6,987

8,080

8,486

6,791

5,979

16,723

955

927

939

1,061

1,287

1,359

1,341

1,216

Roman Catholic

1,044

123

114

98

71

125

117

91

68

143,095

9,359

9,477

9,432

10,220

11,859

12,892

10,894

9,426

Seventh Day Adventist

28,195

2,263

2,168

2,044

2,356

2,630

2,696

2,154

1,792

Other

50,052

4,033

3,766

3,480

3,861

4,519

4,891

3,992

3,666

None

10,572

1,213

835

641

744

1,030

1,210

1,046

755

Not Stated

71,486

5,020

5,007

4,567

5,667

5,819

6,146

5,414

5,153

TRINIDAD

629,760

43,874

42,730

40,907

46,252

54,333

58,423

49,258

43,526

Anglican

32,587

1,692

1,873

1,710

1,878

2,318

2,798

2,659

2,200

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

36,359

2,863

2,766

2,515

2,750

3,266

3,140

2,507

2,206

7,974

650

649

608

648

715

790

595

488

Baptist-Other
Hinduism

115,839

6,692

6,690

6,734

7,975

9,833

10,917

9,526

8,524

Islam

30,681

2,206

2,033

1,764

2,129

2,830

3,014

2,361

2,027

Jehovahs Witness

10,393

618

600

647

735

883

936

752

798

Methodist

2,929

134

151

166

167

179

220

187

178

Moravian

362

20

18

19

22

35

30

22

25

5,787

491

484

441

507

530

576

430

353

79,871

6,707

6,232

6,031

6,586

7,671

8,038

6,392

5,611

16,669

951

925

935

1,058

1,284

1,355

1,332

1,209

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic

984

118

106

94

69

118

112

84

63

141,143

9,223

9,369

9,325

10,113

11,715

12,713

10,721

9,287

Seventh Day Adventist

22,992

1,833

1,741

1,655

1,874

2,180

2,215

1,772

1,446

Other

47,196

3,769

3,543

3,291

3,635

4,259

4,640

3,798

3,495

None
Not Stated

166

FEMALE
AGE GROUP

9,448

1,121

756

566

666

912

1,068

943

673

68,546

4,786

4,795

4,407

5,440

5,605

5,864

5,178

4,944

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE

MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

42,642

47,385

43,164

36,450

28,940

22,925

15,995

11,370

2,042

2,462

2,507

2,317

2,004

1,767

1,345

1,189

2,320

2,687

2,549

2,152

1,711

1,409

1,161

443

494

474

373

286

272

211

13,450 TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO


1,645

Anglican

748

916

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

148

222

Baptist-Other

8,310

9,524

8,160

7,122

5,401

4,418

2,861

1,702

1,538

Hinduism

2,080

2,216

2,194

1,694

1,372

1,089

751

474

484

Islam

754

878

792

667

518

368

224

188

250

Jehovahs Witness

237

294

321

249

304

225

212

188

242

Methodist

103

111

134

111

85

89

73

58

86

Moravian

402

413

341

307

216

167

121

78

89

5,626

5,926

4,891

3,791

2,654

1,960

1,348

847

1,001

1,185

1,292

1,209

1,096

832

797

556

343

328

48

79

64

27

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian

8,548

9,636

9,361

8,206

6,942

5,412

4,057

3,129

4,246

Roman Catholic

1,775

2,012

1,673

1,258

979

747

605

443

601

Seventh Day Adventist

3,360

3,645

3,111

2,563

1,801

1,279

798

623

664

Other

623

666

559

430

296

209

145

82

87

None

4,787

5,049

4,826

4,086

3,529

2,713

1,528

1,127

1,047

Not Stated

40,678

45,107

41,233

34,921

27,754

21,944

15,245

10,807

12,768

TRINIDAD

1,824

2,174

2,251

2,107

1,800

1,581

1,186

1,060

1,478

Anglican

2,110

2,439

2,338

1,974

1,549

1,297

1,076

709

854

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

425

480

455

357

279

266

205

146

217

Baptist-Other

8,293

9,507

8,140

7,110

5,393

4,412

2,856

1,697

1,538

Hinduism

2,074

2,206

2,189

1,688

1,371

1,087

748

470

483

Islam

711

834

760

637

500

352

216

173

239

Jehovahs Witness

150

183

211

161

228

159

156

129

171

Methodist

14

25

24

22

16

18

18

11

23

Moravian

363

384

313

287

199

159

115

72

84

5,319

5,571

4,641

3,611

2,550

1,882

1,270

804

954

1,180

1,291

1,206

1,094

831

797

553

343

327

42

72

63

25

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian

8,429

9,496

9,211

8,087

6,846

5,322

4,013

3,086

4,188

Roman Catholic

1,434

1,632

1,339

1,050

813

620

507

370

512

Seventh Day Adventist

3,163

3,422

2,941

2,403

1,697

1,200

742

578

620

Other

549

584

497

393

264

183

130

72

73

None

4,595

4,805

4,654

3,916

3,412

2,605

1,454

1,086

1,003

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

167

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

City of Port of Spain

All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

18,687

1,106

1,121

1,063

1,207

1,440

1,552

1,297

1,106

Anglican

2,252

94

126

84

97

124

174

162

123

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

92

1,465

116

117

121

113

131

149

109

Baptist-Other

110

10

Hinduism

275

10

11

20

24

19

Islam

390

31

31

24

24

28

33

33

27

Jehovahs Witness

365

22

10

11

30

23

36

24

11

Methodist

219

14

13

14

10

11

Moravian

50

322

30

25

26

32

32

27

15

24

1,622

134

122

109

123

155

141

124

106

137

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian

60

10

7,512

356

403

434

470

591

587

460

458

Seventh Day Adventist

512

34

34

22

32

46

52

42

18

Other

911

56

71

60

63

79

83

67

50

Roman Catholic

None
Not Stated
City of San Fernando

356

32

22

17

27

30

41

48

25

2,128

156

124

124

155

149

173

161

131

24,955

1,503

1,616

1,453

1,640

1,955

2,155

1,912

1,601

Anglican

2,030

93

122

96

123

157

157

149

125

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

1,358

74

106

90

89

108

121

85

73

434

27

34

35

31

28

44

27

20

Hinduism

2,585

130

141

140

145

187

238

208

186

Islam

1,127

68

58

60

67

66

104

84

68

Jehovahs Witness

377

15

14

23

26

31

32

38

30

Methodist

180

10

16

14

Moravian

174

22

17

14

19

19

11

11

3,593

228

266

235

261

320

345

270

266

1,401

67

71

61

72

85

84

99

76

Baptist-Other

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic
Seventh Day Adventist
Other
None
Not Stated

168

FEMALE
AGE GROUP

32

5,940

368

375

360

409

496

469

450

367

543

40

46

33

36

51

50

43

32

2,066

153

131

139

140

158

181

184

154

261

33

17

18

19

38

23

15

2,854

176

208

157

201

215

252

224

168

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE

MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

1,032

1,187

1,269

1,250

1,039

803

682

579

953

City of Port of Spain

93

132

172

163

166

132

104

100

205

Anglican

81

83

90

82

59

33

20

19

49

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

10

Baptist-Other

23

22

24

33

34

Hinduism

14

22

22

19

13

23

14

14

20

Islam

26

31

39

32

20

17

15

Jehovahs Witness

14

15

14

15

16

14

22

19

Methodist

Moravian

22

15

16

27

94

105

97

97

67

47

40

33

28

10

10

16

16

18

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian

415

523

519

488

428

349

339

264

427

Roman Catholic

30

35

24

25

32

23

16

20

27

Seventh Day Adventist

57

56

61

60

41

32

20

20

34

Other

17

24

17

25

10

None

127

101

149

161

126

97

73

42

79

Not Stated

1,468

1,761

1,751

1,468

1,324

1,095

768

617

867

City of San Fernando

83

135

151

120

118

116

65

67

151

Anglican

67

101

110

90

72

61

46

33

32

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

25

28

27

28

17

11

13

26

Baptist-Other

187

183

180

180

141

142

84

61

52

Hinduism

72

91

90

58

76

55

40

31

39

Islam

23

27

26

31

20

10

13

11

Jehovahs Witness

19

17

10

17

Methodist

Moravian

10

10

10

10

265

249

221

191

145

108

83

51

89

94

125

100

102

93

97

68

54

51

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian

305

393

421

313

337

253

206

151

269

Roman Catholic

41

34

30

17

23

15

16

20

16

Seventh Day Adventist

130

167

141

113

81

75

44

41

34

Other

15

15

17

20

None

147

189

203

188

163

134

79

73

76

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

169

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

Borough of Arima

All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

16,917

1,185

1,124

1,043

1,075

1,386

1,566

1,357

1,152

Anglican

746

27

30

34

31

55

64

56

57

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

511

40

36

38

26

46

40

30

31

98

11

Hinduism

710

28

31

33

38

65

77

56

48

Islam

417

40

24

22

19

30

49

34

27

Jehovahs Witness

275

14

13

16

16

30

25

16

25

Methodist

84

10

13

Moravian

233

18

20

20

13

22

19

19

17

2,581

225

206

181

168

221

277

212

167

236

17

14

13

16

14

17

25

17

Baptist-Other

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic
Seventh Day Adventist
Other
None
Not Stated
Borough of Chaguanas

15

7,046

462

453

411

486

569

610

577

464

726

59

43

52

47

73

72

42

39

1,306

93

98

97

87

108

118

104

112

334

35

39

19

19

30

38

34

28

1,590

105

110

93

99

113

140

138

101

41,829

2,875

2,819

2,600

3,044

3,484

4,121

3,733

3,236

Anglican

1,574

92

104

68

108

105

176

141

132

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

1,743

132

122

105

125

145

142

153

107

299

22

27

11

28

25

25

24

18

12,417

652

744

724

887

1,035

1,183

1,126

955

3,428

269

219

203

232

323

348

294

204

Jehovahs Witness

593

33

44

36

40

41

46

58

52

Methodist

286

15

19

27

26

17

36

20

17

Moravian

26

331

34

31

20

20

25

39

28

23

5,149

411

386

346

446

458

518

487

410

1,015

60

66

66

57

79

88

89

90

Baptist-Other
Hinduism
Islam

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian

13

Roman Catholic

6,097

445

425

392

456

453

589

563

476

Seventh Day Adventist

1,079

77

77

87

82

94

110

96

84

Other

3,982

312

308

265

304

373

441

324

351

None
Not Stated

170

FEMALE
AGE GROUP

474

58

33

33

27

50

52

54

40

3,324

261

209

212

200

257

324

272

275

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE

MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

1,092

1,213

1,109

995

847

622

445

302

405

34

58

52

60

54

48

33

28

25

Anglican

27

26

36

35

24

22

26

14

15

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

Borough of Arima

10

Baptist-Other

48

73

60

46

36

33

20

11

Hinduism

20

35

31

28

23

11

Islam

18

17

17

20

16

11

11

Jehovahs Witness

Methodist

Moravian

19

14

14

13

189

187

183

112

101

60

44

23

24

16

16

11

22

11

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian

460

484

450

394

370

278

204

155

220

Roman Catholic

57

46

42

48

26

27

22

10

22

Seventh Day Adventist

81

98

88

74

50

38

24

10

27

Other

16

20

13

17

15

None

104

117

102

117

97

64

34

27

28

Not Stated

2,979

3,110

2,680

2,293

1,799

1,284

829

434

511

Borough of Chaguanas

81

106

114

98

72

67

43

35

32

Anglican

122

100

115

99

102

72

34

20

48

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

23

19

16

16

20

10

Baptist-Other

933

1,029

822

754

594

435

262

131

151

Hinduism

265

231

252

183

147

108

73

42

35

Islam

59

50

26

41

23

16

13

Jehovahs Witness

10

18

18

16

15

13

Methodist

Moravian

27

16

15

19

14

390

370

277

204

166

121

80

39

41

73

69

63

59

54

41

30

19

14

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian

406

461

385

340

239

186

122

69

90

Roman Catholic

63

69

83

43

54

19

17

10

13

Seventh Day Adventist

257

290

238

187

129

84

57

32

30

Other

27

31

16

25

10

None

240

247

238

207

161

105

72

22

22

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

171

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

Borough of Point Fortin


Anglican
Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

10,102

801

682

672

788

913

974

768

611

751

49

47

27

40

57

90

58

46
82

1,358

115

91

96

124

97

120

93

Baptist-Other

114

13

10

14

Hinduism

380

19

16

17

31

39

34

18

36

Islam

163

23

13

11

20

18

Jehovahs Witness

233

20

15

11

24

23

13

15

Methodist

39

Moravian

191

15

15

16

13

32

11

15

862

89

79

71

89

76

96

60

49

110

10

14

10

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic
Seventh Day Adventist
Other
None
Not Stated
Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo
Anglican
Baptist-Spiritual Shouter
Baptist-Other
Hinduism

28

2,076

147

88

143

149

188

189

151

140

589

50

47

39

48

57

60

43

26

1,558

151

148

101

129

153

161

134

99

183

14

10

18

20

18

18

1,465

108

89

110

106

132

124

125

77

87,510

6,263

5,841

5,741

6,321

7,653

8,321

7,214

6,425

2,723

154

164

168

191

219

238

246

192

4,101

335

318

288

283

320

385

282

283

507

44

43

30

33

55

49

39

30
2,015

26,788

1,597

1,612

1,628

1,867

2,289

2,501

2,278

Islam

6,339

471

388

339

447

570

647

484

418

Jehovahs Witness

1,139

68

67

75

85

97

84

89

101

Methodist

299

10

13

20

19

32

17

19

17

Moravian

15

589

46

44

46

44

44

59

51

39

12,591

1,034

898

906

1,038

1,286

1,289

1,035

894

3,382

211

188

216

219

263

289

293

277

63

13

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic

12,290

897

914

839

888

987

1,143

1,007

906

Seventh Day Adventist

2,032

158

145

135

149

181

216

157

143

Other

6,301

524

461

480

458

562

635

571

471

None
Not Stated

172

FEMALE
AGE GROUP

817

130

67

60

50

79

87

84

49

7,535

579

519

502

542

656

673

571

581

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE

MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

554

759

635

526

413

285

249

199

271

Borough of Point Fortin

39

57

41

38

33

33

27

31

40

Anglican

75

112

87

68

51

41

41

34

32

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

Baptist-Other

23

35

26

23

23

16

10

11

Hinduism

10

Islam

19

18

17

13

11

Jehovahs Witness

Methodist

Moravian

11

17

11

13

50

60

41

26

22

18

14

14

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian

102

158

132

137

102

68

58

48

75

Roman Catholic

34

40

41

27

13

13

19

14

18

Seventh Day Adventist

88

108

96

61

40

30

23

15

23

Other

11

16

None

85

109

106

89

91

30

22

19

42

Not Stated

5,940

6,632

5,899

4,830

3,539

2,791

1,788

1,143

1,169

163

158

197

181

137

108

67

63

77

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo
Anglican

240

274

273

238

161

141

129

72

80

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

30

28

36

23

17

19

14

14

Baptist-Other

1,933

2,288

1,883

1,571

1,152

977

592

353

253

Hinduism

441

484

494

339

269

225

142

98

83

Islam

83

99

91

58

36

36

16

19

33

Jehovahs Witness

20

15

24

16

24

19

11

10

11

Methodist

Moravian

38

42

38

34

22

18

11

889

921

779

596

382

265

164

90

125

252

244

231

228

159

140

82

39

54

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian

741

834

787

685

528

378

286

208

261

Roman Catholic

146

164

108

80

92

58

38

25

36

Seventh Day Adventist

467

441

392

290

204

151

92

47

55

Other

49

43

28

40

15

18

None

449

593

534

450

339

233

135

93

85

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

173

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

Diego Martin

All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

52,127

3,340

3,359

3,275

3,609

4,078

4,474

3,686

3,354

Anglican

4,237

211

239

223

216

272

329

321

286

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

162

2,691

153

153

161

207

237

233

191

Baptist-Other

180

15

11

14

11

20

16

Hinduism

944

44

31

49

51

59

71

75

64

Islam

1,018

101

63

63

93

116

98

74

66

Jehovahs Witness

1,249

75

74

76

75

90

114

82

87

Methodist

338

15

10

17

14

19

17

18

Moravian

59

715

52

60

65

54

43

77

49

50

5,430

426

435

408

435

504

488

400

387

281

14

20

15

15

17

20

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian

183

26

19

18

10

25

25

10

23,365

1,409

1,465

1,511

1,634

1,750

1,943

1,579

1,479

Seventh Day Adventist

1,976

157

134

145

153

195

164

134

104

Other

2,996

219

214

166

225

245

253

213

207

None

1,293

115

96

76

93

120

145

121

88

Not Stated

5,173

315

324

286

320

378

477

382

319

17,120

1,352

1,306

1,241

1,434

1,694

1,557

1,281

1,088

311

19

24

22

18

36

38

15

18

1,219

123

106

85

101

131

98

58

76

484

42

41

48

41

36

50

34

33

Roman Catholic

Mayaro/ Rio Claro


Anglican
Baptist-Spiritual Shouter
Baptist-Other
Hinduism

3,743

220

222

238

281

332

335

262

258

Islam

989

69

64

68

101

90

83

66

69

Jehovahs Witness

375

26

27

25

27

46

36

32

24

Methodist

Moravian

381

32

31

35

50

34

38

40

20

2,209

219

206

208

204

238

208

189

133

625

32

34

36

39

56

57

56

44

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian

18

3,114

233

221

221

265

310

288

231

195

Seventh Day Adventist

822

71

68

65

73

87

69

63

48

Other

851

68

87

56

61

88

93

67

47

Roman Catholic

None
Not Stated

174

FEMALE
AGE GROUP

277

50

31

20

24

23

16

31

19

1,700

146

143

113

145

188

146

137

100

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE

MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

3,226

3,704

3,524

2,989

2,589

2,222

1,720

1,389

1,590

Diego Martin

241

301

261

265

225

211

214

172

250

Anglican

157

186

189

166

137

115

106

68

72

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

10

10

15

13

Baptist-Other

71

117

67

66

56

44

35

22

22

Hinduism

55

55

60

48

46

26

27

15

13

Islam

76

98

91

81

74

54

32

36

34

Jehovahs Witness

20

22

26

16

26

19

36

30

23

Methodist

Moravian

40

42

39

31

20

39

19

19

15

327

356

360

257

203

153

116

74

102

16

18

34

20

11

23

16

13

15

13

15

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian

1,458

1,597

1,627

1,363

1,224

1,086

798

669

774

Roman Catholic

127

149

107

120

64

51

60

46

67

Seventh Day Adventist

213

247

206

155

134

106

71

64

59

Other

79

102

76

50

49

36

25

14

None

322

381

353

332

310

252

155

146

121

Not Stated

1,204

1,236

982

771

623

484

393

249

225

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

23

15

10

16

18

17

Anglican

79

79

66

50

47

34

34

28

24

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

31

24

25

16

16

16

17

Baptist-Other

305

329

250

200

165

137

96

58

55

Hinduism

79

69

61

55

34

27

25

14

14

Islam

25

35

20

11

11

14

Jehovahs Witness

Methodist

Moravian

34

23

11

11

124

135

117

66

60

38

32

19

13

44

55

49

33

23

26

26

10

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian

206

214

172

157

108

85

81

66

61

Roman Catholic

63

64

36

32

25

17

22

11

Seventh Day Adventist

71

59

44

33

25

25

10

Other

19

10

None

114

114

106

77

77

39

27

11

17

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

175

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

Penal/ Debe
Anglican
Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

43,906

2,890

2,797

2,713

3,165

3,794

4,317

3,451

3,171

954

44

51

55

77

67

65

76

56

1,210

96

82

69

101

99

88

85

80

380

24

35

31

28

38

35

27

24

18,435

1,137

1,056

1,085

1,252

1,577

1,801

1,517

1,323

2,832

174

191

166

183

228

261

232

220

418

31

17

24

41

36

40

22

31

Methodist

51

Moravian

127

10

13

10

20

10

10

6,113

480

411

420

479

610

644

495

418

2,370

131

138

155

171

203

198

180

168

Baptist-Other
Hinduism
Islam
Jehovahs Witness

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic
Seventh Day Adventist
Other
None
Not Stated
Princes Town
Anglican

31

3,817

231

236

245

287

329

403

249

262

464

24

38

27

41

46

46

26

30

2,821

228

219

183

213

244

285

225

231

303

31

25

18

18

30

42

32

26

3,579

250

275

223

254

273

381

268

288

49,991

3,750

3,413

3,310

3,966

4,568

4,888

3,891

3,443

1,744

124

113

109

122

141

148

112

117

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

2,682

255

234

205

216

248

233

190

158

Baptist-Other

3,809

339

324

303

314

355

406

275

252

Hinduism

13,189

772

744

797

936

1,178

1,292

1,094

961

4,039

285

256

214

281

402

395

286

275

437

26

32

27

35

40

46

39

25

Methodist

92

13

Moravian

10

217

22

20

14

23

23

25

14

6,931

591

472

503

649

668

727

545

510

2,034

127

122

112

155

157

153

161

146

Islam
Jehovahs Witness

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic

52

3,912

280

234

253

316

348

393

312

246

Seventh Day Adventist

1,547

137

130

132

146

145

140

125

94

Other

3,441

295

236

234

278

312

379

264

242

None
Not Stated

176

FEMALE
AGE GROUP

447

75

33

28

43

44

48

39

31

5,406

410

447

363

438

496

486

430

361

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE

MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

2,946

3,492

3,037

2,424

1,835

1,572

1,023

609

669

Penal/ Debe

57

67

89

57

60

35

34

34

28

Anglican

63

98

93

64

39

52

39

26

36

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

18

24

26

18

14

11

10

Baptist-Other

1,278

1,513

1,286

1,069

822

707

489

250

272

Hinduism

195

242

188

148

124

115

77

42

46

Islam

30

28

31

28

23

18

Jehovahs Witness

Methodist

Moravian

413

513

379

278

190

174

90

52

65

179

190

189

139

108

107

52

33

30

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian

225

277

283

223

187

135

99

61

84

Roman Catholic

43

34

27

32

11

13

13

Seventh Day Adventist

171

228

173

157

92

66

42

33

32

Other

11

24

16

None

253

241

245

188

159

127

66

47

40

Not Stated

3,217

3,664

3,177

2,539

1,899

1,647

1,063

717

839

Princes Town

96

107

125

90

84

76

60

51

68

Anglican

167

191

146

105

96

75

55

49

58

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

183

224

203

149

120

124

75

64

98

Baptist-Other

953

1,044

902

751

582

497

308

171

207

Hinduism

272

316

282

224

149

166

101

63

71

Islam

35

31

23

26

24

10

Jehovahs Witness

Methodist

Moravian

15

20

431

521

413

316

188

164

105

60

66

153

176

132

132

89

101

64

31

25

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian

205

272

263

221

154

142

93

74

106

Roman Catholic

88

107

92

50

60

28

16

27

30

Seventh Day Adventist

260

228

214

172

123

75

51

35

43

Other

32

17

17

17

None

322

403

348

277

215

170

117

71

51

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

177

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

San Juan/Laventille

All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14 15 - 19

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)
5,302

79,275

5,816

5,733

5,258

5,725

6,865

7,679

6,245

Anglican

6,185

304

388

344

340

412

566

569

459

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

8,029

676

642

567

643

814

724

529

451

Baptist-Other
Hinduism

260

24

14

11

23

24

22

20

18

6,376

344

362

336

371

520

592

530

449

Islam

3,083

252

237

188

200

295

322

239

191

Jehovahs Witness

1,841

108

110

115

135

154

181

99

165

Methodist

608

27

24

38

36

41

44

36

26

Moravian

81

11

1,161

99

109

96

108

127

107

68

59

10,333

953

883

834

837

958

1,059

823

706

691

41

38

39

35

41

49

66

49

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic

206

20

30

23

15

20

22

19

13

21,978

1,434

1,482

1,427

1,571

1,887

2,118

1,690

1,425

Seventh Day Adventist

3,908

346

297

287

335

349

404

308

245

Other

5,995

478

475

421

467

566

608

482

452

None

1,755

167

134

107

115

173

201

176

146

Not Stated

6,788

541

503

422

492

478

653

585

438

2,523

Sangre Grande

36,761

2,896

2,946

2,727

2,945

3,478

3,351

2,796

Anglican

1,212

73

75

83

63

89

100

108

84

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

2,477

203

232

200

180

206

175

166

147

Baptist-Other

198

16

16

13

18

14

17

15

Hinduism

5,569

324

345

303

405

515

519

461

375

Islam

1,260

94

101

79

101

137

131

84

76

645

46

48

41

56

54

63

49

50

Methodist

81

Moravian

20

154

10

16

10

13

5,127

532

470

446

472

520

513

409

318

988

56

54

59

81

73

93

83

81

Jehovahs Witness

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic

58

11

9,190

655

725

713

698

875

831

749

622

Seventh Day Adventist

3,179

273

273

270

269

297

277

227

246

Other

3,423

283

275

280

266

382

320

223

265

None

743

98

73

42

72

81

72

58

66

2,436

217

233

179

238

207

219

141

162

Not Stated

178

FEMALE
AGE GROUP

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
AGE GROUP

MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

4,917

5,228

4,889

4,235

3,326

2,565

2,034

1,548

1,910

406

434

382

387

288

255

190

194

266

Anglican

446

527

477

382

312

253

264

157

164

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

San Juan/Laventille

10

15

15

17

11

14

10

Baptist-Other

461

458

491

463

335

268

170

130

98

Hinduism

179

184

211

180

140

101

73

55

36

Islam

117

163

148

114

83

57

31

23

38

Jehovahs Witness

28

47

46

39

52

27

32

27

36

Methodist

Moravian

81

63

65

50

32

35

24

14

24

665

645

544

419

319

237

175

120

46

56

35

44

44

31

33

19

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
156
Full Gospel
25 Presbyterian/ Congregational

16

16

Rastafarian

1,311

1,407

1,343

1,215

1,025

771

637

507

726

Roman Catholic

239

249

230

159

106

115

81

64

93

Seventh Day Adventist

392

405

345

293

198

130

108

88

89

Other

118

112

102

56

61

26

26

18

15

None

405

445

437

406

310

240

176

127

127

Not Stated

2,376

2,533

2,140

1,862

1,316

1,032

767

496

577

Sangre Grande

71

84

105

68

51

56

26

38

39

Anglican

142

186

137

140

94

84

73

49

63

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

11

16

10

14

Baptist-Other

396

431

392

359

263

216

133

79

54

Hinduism

84

76

90

61

59

31

23

18

14

Islam

51

51

41

25

28

16

15

Jehovahs Witness

10

Methodist

Moravian

15

11

15

10

353

319

223

217

120

83

58

36

82

59

60

60

44

39

36

15

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
38
Full Gospel
13 Presbyterian/ Congregational

Rastafarian

559

593

533

469

337

252

224

154

203

Roman Catholic

198

244

164

121

105

67

64

36

50

Seventh Day Adventist

216

245

200

172

91

85

48

32

38

Other

46

38

36

26

10

10

None

147

163

130

115

98

73

49

24

42

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

179

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

All Ages

0-4

5-9

(1)

(2)

(3)

10 - 14 15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Siparia

42,548

3,081

2,852

2,693

3,165

3,940

3,950

3,195

2,673

Anglican

1,861

85

85

100

126

164

150

143

112

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

3,399

274

242

225

233

327

297

232

203

670

46

55

54

51

64

52

56

36

Hinduism

9,682

592

554

516

652

840

919

730

677

Islam

1,570

98

114

94

97

140

172

110

92

598

38

34

42

40

54

57

40

42

Methodist

69

Moravian

312

28

31

19

39

23

32

28

20

4,972

421

388

387

422

511

508

367

326

1,511

97

69

74

92

143

124

116

106

85

15

11

11

7,759

513

525

497

596

724

685

577

467

Baptist-Other

Jehovahs Witness

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic
Seventh Day Adventist

1,527

129

106

96

140

165

124

112

94

Other

4,039

349

304

272

338

355

403

322

242

None
Not Stated
Tunapuna/ Piarco

455

91

41

25

27

52

50

36

20

4,039

298

287

280

303

363

365

307

225

108,030

7,014

7,123

7,119

8,170

9,085

9,518

8,433

7,840

Anglican

6,008

321

305

296

326

420

503

503

394

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

4,115

272

285

265

307

359

335

302

262

431

27

31

38

40

35

43

42

20

Baptist-Other
Hinduism

14,746

822

823

863

1,051

1,186

1,335

1,146

1,159

Islam

4,026

246

265

232

273

394

352

322

287

Jehovahs Witness

1,848

109

89

120

117

166

154

154

140

581

24

31

32

26

31

39

42

47

Methodist
Moravian
Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic
Seventh Day Adventist

90

10

879

77

61

65

69

85

92

73

49

12,358

965

1,010

977

963

1,145

1,225

977

922

1,887

83

102

91

104

142

168

132

124

139

15

18

17

17

15

15

10

27,047

1,792

1,824

1,881

1,887

2,207

2,465

2,124

1,782

4,088

278

303

266

324

395

430

354

242

Other

7,506

560

517

535

607

634

681

616

571

None

1,750

192

137

99

113

162

221

189

110

20,531

1,223

1,320

1,342

1,948

1,700

1,450

1,437

1,717

Not Stated

180

FEMALE
AGE GROUP

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
AGE GROUP

MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

2,652

3,115

2,776

2,405

1,812

1,466

1,010

770

993

Siparia

110

139

133

109

82

87

76

68

90

Anglican

182

227

245

180

140

126

90

71

105

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

41

36

38

27

24

20

31

17

23

Baptist-Other

672

797

673

593

484

388

263

175

157

Hinduism

121

115

110

93

74

58

30

20

31

Islam

50

43

33

41

28

22

11

13

10

Jehovahs Witness

10

Methodist

Moravian

13

20

17

13

334

339

258

250

148

104

81

58

88

116

123

110

74

69

49

28

Rastafarian

443

507

504

451

354

281

195

171

269

Roman Catholic

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
71
Full Gospel
31 Presbyterian/ Congregational

84

117

90

65

47

57

28

30

43

Seventh Day Adventist

246

320

250

200

147

100

63

54

73

Other

25

28

16

13

None

238

306

270

256

189

140

79

58

74

Not Stated

7,074

7,471

7,364

6,335

5,393

4,076

2,472

1,755

1,787

Tunapuna/ Piarco

327

381

418

455

411

340

239

173

196

Anglican

262

250

274

274

216

187

120

68

77

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

23

26

24

23

17

14

13

Baptist-Other

1,011

1,188

1,085

1,003

707

546

384

237

200

Hinduism

273

275

288

241

209

137

108

52

71

Islam

98

142

157

116

100

66

49

30

41

Jehovahs Witness

33

33

33

35

59

40

30

19

27

Methodist
Moravian

11

49

77

50

41

36

16

16

11

795

849

749

581

439

311

189

134

130

149

164

129

105

97

71

56

10

1,591

1,777

1,793

1,631

1,454

1,058

670

488

624

Roman Catholic

222

280

264

231

162

118

96

49

73

Seventh Day Adventist

517

530

493

436

343

203

91

98

75

Other

94

94

125

76

51

40

27

10

None

1,643

1,394

1,433

1,053

1,077

902

370

326

198

Not Stated

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
127
Full Gospel
41 Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

181

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

TOBAGO

30,437

2,378

2,145

1,992

2,325

2,455

2,774

2,383

2,119

Anglican

3,753

200

205

192

215

259

319

294

249

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

256

3,337

253

229

229

262

260

293

249

Baptist-Other

212

17

13

14

18

13

16

18

11

Hinduism

212

16

11

11

20

22

20

17

Islam

133

16

11

14

13

11

13

Jehovahs Witness

556

39

37

39

50

50

52

37

37
102

Methodist

1,487

93

72

70

106

96

119

103

Moravian

1,366

88

72

70

81

95

116

95

70

492

44

38

43

41

43

32

50

41

4,700

446

400

388

401

409

448

399

368

54

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic

182

FEMALE
AGE GROUP

61

1,952

136

109

106

107

144

179

173

139

Seventh Day Adventist

5,203

430

428

389

482

450

481

382

346

Other

2,857

264

224

189

226

261

251

195

171

None

1,124

92

79

75

78

119

143

103

82

Not Stated

2,939

235

212

161

227

214

283

236

209

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 8
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, RELIGION AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE

MUNICIPALITY
AND RELIGION

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

1,965

2,278

1,931

1,529

1,186

981

751

563

682

TOBAGO

218

288

257

210

205

186

159

130

168

Anglican

209

247

211

179

162

113

85

39

63

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

18

14

18

16

Baptist-Other

17

17

19

11

Hinduism

10

Islam

42

44

32

30

18

16

15

11

Jehovahs Witness

87

111

110

89

76

65

56

59

71

Methodist

89

86

110

89

69

71

55

47

63

Moravian

39

30

28

21

17

307

355

250

180

104

78

78

43

47

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/
Full Gospel
Presbyterian/
Congregational
Rastafarian

119

140

149

119

96

90

44

43

58

Roman Catholic

340

379

334

208

167

127

99

73

88

Seventh Day Adventist

197

223

169

160

104

79

56

45

43

Other

74

82

62

38

32

26

15

10

14

None

192

244

172

170

118

108

74

41

45

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

183

TABLE 9
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY ETHNIC GROUP AND RELIGION, TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
ETHNIC GROUP
RELIGION

Total

African

(1)
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

Chinese

(3)

(4)

East Indian

Indigenous

(5)

(6)

1,394

1,322,546

452,536

7,832

4,003

468,524

Anglican

74,994

54,486

716

324

2,637

44

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

75,002

54,400

32

4,480

46

15,951

11,104

22

11

989

240,100

346

27

175

232,104

302

Baptist-Other
Hinduism
Islam

65,705

4,167

38

48

54,543

118

Jehovahs Witness

19,450

9,538

42

31

3,431

25

Methodist

8,648

6,965

73

246

Moravian

3,526

3,293

35

11,918

7,029

16

15

1,466

159,033

67,693

118

113

45,329

132

32,972

1,310

125

54

26,631

54

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic

3,615

2,532

97

285,671

112,089

5,108

1,917

30,350

362

Seventh Day Adventist

54,156

34,586

51

24

4,269

51

Other

96,166

40,805

327

290

27,510

123

None

28,842

14,401

559

494

4,887

41

146,798

27,790

574

486

29,518

82

1,261,811

400,737

7,390

3,952

466,980

1,328

67,218

47,307

651

316

2,581

38
44

Not Stated

TRINIDAD
Anglican
Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

68,589

48,464

26

4,421

Baptist-Other

15,563

10,760

22

11

977

239,692

332

26

175

231,747

295

Hinduism
Islam

65,360

4,012

36

48

54,423

117

Jehovahs Witness

18,464

8,766

39

31

3,393

25

Methodist

5,655

4,164

66

227

Moravian

757

631

26

10,993

6,214

16

15

1,443

150,112

59,835

108

112

45,173

116

32,865

1,284

120

54

26,579

54

3,381

2,312

97

281,641

109,441

4,968

1,900

30,181

352

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational
Rastafarian
Roman Catholic
Seventh Day Adventist

44,279

25,523

44

23

4,167

50

Other

90,847

36,191

279

290

27,394

115

None
Not Stated

184

(2)

Caucasian

25,567

11,699

460

479

4,804

38

140,828

23,802

525

479

29,346

74

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 9
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY ETHNIC GROUP AND RELIGION, TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
ETHNIC GROUP
Mixed African/
East Indian

Mixed Other

(7)

(8)

PortuGuese
(9)

Syrian/
Lebanese

Other
Ethnic
Group

(10)

(11)

Not Stated

RELIGION

(12)

101,363

200,503

837

1,029

2,280

82,246

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

6,027

10,087

13

77

576

Anglican

6,424

8,973

28

599

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

1,519

2,171

19

108

Baptist-Other

2,738

2,466

46

1,887

Hinduism

2,626

3,350

67

75

670

Islam

2,166

4,007

11

36

155

Jehovahs Witness

480

821

48

Methodist

67

96

28

Moravian

1,294

1,948

10

125

17,724

26,461

26

17

121

1,298

1,999

2,412

31

345

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational

378

564

35

Rastafarian

34,700

96,292

680

800

1,215

2,157

Roman Catholic

5,033

9,633

60

438

Seventh Day Adventist

9,562

16,565

30

39

192

722

Other

2,770

5,299

109

273

None

5,854

9,358

36

73

247

72,779

Not Stated

98,769

197,950

825

1,013

2,200

80,665

TRINIDAD

5,798

9,894

13

72

543

Anglican

6,222

8,813

27

552

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

1,499

2,161

19

108

Baptist-Other

2,717

2,458

46

1,887

Hinduism

2,582

3,327

67

75

670

Islam

2,090

3,912

36

155

Jehovahs Witness

385

766

34

Methodist

31

56

Moravian

1,260

1,901

10

122

17,264

26,091

26

17

118

1,252

1,984

2,404

31

345

Orisha
Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full
Gospel
Presbyterian/ Congregational

372

556

35

Rastafarian

34,372

95,644

673

790

1,188

2,132

Roman Catholic

4,663

9,378

55

367

Seventh Day Adventist

9,299

16,336

30

36

184

691

Other

2,606

5,128

91

255

None

5,626

9,125

35

71

237

71,508

Not Stated

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185

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NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY ETHNIC GROUP AND RELIGION, TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
ETHNIC GROUP
RELIGION

African

Caucasian

Chinese

East Indian

Indigenous

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

TOBAGO

60,735

51,800

441

50

1,544

65

Anglican

7,776

7,179

65

56

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

6,414

5,937

59

Baptist-Other

387

345

13

Hinduism

408

14

357

Islam

345

156

120

Jehovahs Witness

986

771

38

Methodist

2,992

2,801

19

Moravian

2,769

2,663

925

815

23

Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full


Gospel

8,921

7,858

10

156

16

Presbyterian/ Congregational

107

26

52

Rastafarian

234

220

Roman Catholic

4,030

2,648

140

17

170

10

Seventh Day Adventist

9,876

9,063

102

Other

5,320

4,614

48

116

None

3,275

2,702

99

15

84

Not Stated

5,971

3,989

49

172

Orisha

186

Total

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NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY ETHNIC GROUP AND RELIGION, TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
ETHNIC GROUP
Mixed African/
East Indian

Mixed Other

PortuGuese

Syrian/
Lebanese

Other
Ethnic
Group

Not Stated

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

RELIGION

2,594

2,553

11

16

79

1,580

TOBAGO

230

192

33

Anglican

202

160

47

Baptist-Spiritual Shouter

19

10

Baptist-Other

21

Hinduism

45

23

Islam

76

95

Jehovahs Witness

95

54

13

Methodist

37

40

20

Moravian

34

47

Orisha

460

370

46

Pentecostal/ Evangelical/ Full


Gospel

15

Presbyterian/ Congregational

Rastafarian

328

648

10

27

25

Roman Catholic

370

256

71

Seventh Day Adventist

263

229

31

Other

164

171

18

18

None

229

233

10

1,271

Not Stated

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TABLE 10
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD OF
HOUSEHOLD
SEX AND
RELATIONSHIP TO
HEAD

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

AGE GROUP
All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

1,322,546 94,033 91,140

87,673

98,001

113,771

123,008

105,161

92,183

Head

401,384

730

6,867

21,934

31,939

36,816

Spouse of head

162,422

393

3,545

11,244

16,342

19,003

Partner of head

45,545

809

4,250

7,039

6,827

5,815

Child of head and


spouse/partner

283,360 45,530 44,337

41,857

43,773

42,636

32,508

16,798

8,006

Child of head only

186,956 10,804 16,026

21,157

28,007

29,736

26,546

17,678

11,887

Child of spouse/partner
only

23,207

1,784

3,742

4,841

4,778

3,587

2,200

1,066

542

Adopted child of head &


spouse/partner

2,447

164

356

411

485

359

247

139

88

Spouse/partner of child

12,533

588

2,148

3,458

2,657

1,661

Grandchild of head/
spouse/partner

93,685 30,086 21,841

15,017

11,364

8,043

4,551

1,730

663

Parent of head/spouse/
partner

11,749

14

Other relative of head/


spouse/partner

87,422

5,211

4,382

3,973

6,219

10,841

11,283

8,495

6,711

273

17

23

26

23

11,561

454

456

416

849

1,744

1,974

1,465

955

Domestic employee
Other non relative

188

BOTH SEXES

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NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD OF
HOUSEHOLD
BOTH SEXES

SEX AND
RELATIONSHIP TO
HEAD

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

85,832

95,750

86,901

73,005

58,442

44,383

30,096

20,559

22,608

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

40,072

49,869

49,816

44,641

37,892

29,611

21,086

14,634

15,476

Head

20,034

23,323

21,059

17,251

12,378

8,811

4,789

2,565

1,686

Spouse of head

4,944

5,005

3,993

2,792

1,818

1,101

611

304

236

Partner of head

4,058

2,404

1,019

327

86

19

Child of head and


spouse/partner

8,986

7,599

4,658

2,378

1,022

394

65

Child of head only

329

195

90

34

17

Child of spouse/partner
only

54

50

45

28

14

Adopted child of head


& spouse/partner

963

613

285

108

30

15

- Spouse/partner of child

238

106

36

10

Grandchild of head/
spouse/partner

80

304

628

969

1,424

1,715

1,733

1,658

3,225

Parent of head/spouse/
partner

5,330

5,646

4,759

4,040

3,437

2,442

1,618

1,256

1,780

Other relative of head/


spouse/partner

23

27

41

42

22

13

Domestic employee

722

608

473

384

303

256

175

131

198

Other non relative

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189

TABLE 10
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD OF
HOUSEHOLD
SEX AND
RELATIONSHIP TO
HEAD

AGE GROUP
All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

662,349

47,781

46,265

44,774

49,424

56,983

61,811

53,519

46,538

Head

269,864

476

4,583

15,388

23,487

26,925

Spouse of head

11,748

28

155

531

923

1,135

Partner of head

9,718

36

339

1,071

1,264

1,164

Child of head and


spouse/partner

149,631

23,094

22,525

21,351

22,364

22,864

18,448

9,764

4,669

Child of head only

100,429

5,537

8,125

10,894

14,415

15,957

14,571

9,877

6,768

11,848

909

1,916

2,402

2,298

1,845

1,178

587

315

Adopted child of head


& spouse/partner

1,229

76

177

188

223

195

140

82

49

Spouse/partner of
child

4,409

100

444

1,070

1,066

780

48,993

15,295

11,086

7,768

6,056

4,520

2,603

1,011

398

2,647

45,745

2,640

2,218

1,952

3,062

5,401

5,828

4,608

3,780

71

11

13

6,018

230

217

217

363

676

971

837

549

Child of spouse/
partner only

Grandchild of head/
spouse/partner
Parent of head/
spouse/partner
Other relative of head/
spouse/partner
Domestic employee
Other non relative

190

MALE

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NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD OF
HOUSEHOLD
MALE

SEX AND
RELATIONSHIP TO
HEAD

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

43,190

48,365

43,737

36,554

29,503

21,458

14,101

9,188

9,158

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

29,023

35,520

34,348

30,074

24,746

18,266

11,910

7,758

7,359

Head

1,216

1,565

1,524

1,371

1,142

830

605

352

372

Spouse of head

1,042

1,201

1,117

864

671

393

296

130

130

Partner of head

2,333

1,437

585

148

39

Child of head and


spouse/partner

5,275

4,327

2,648

1,290

525

186

34

Child of head only

182

121

63

23

Child of spouse/
partner only

34

20

19

15

Adopted child of head


& spouse/partner

424

285

147

64

19

Spouse/partner of
child

146

74

26

Grandchild of head/
spouse/partner

18

67

154

207

301

393

414

376

717

Parent of head/
spouse/partner

3,060

3,359

2,804

2,247

1,844

1,210

729

498

506

Other relative of head/


spouse/partner

Domestic employee

433

388

295

236

201

157

104

72

73

Other non relative

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191

TABLE 10
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD OF
HOUSEHOLD
SEX AND
RELATIONSHIP TO
HEAD

AGE GROUP
All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

660,196

46,252

44,875

42,899

48,577

56,788

61,197

51,641

45,645

Head

131,519

254

2,284

6,546

8,452

9,891

Spouse of head

150,674

364

3,390

10,714

15,418

17,868

Partner of head

35,827

773

3,911

5,968

5,562

4,651

Child of head and


spouse/partner

133,729

22,435

21,813

20,506

21,408

19,772

14,059

7,033

3,337

Child of head only

86,527

5,267

7,901

10,263

13,593

13,779

11,976

7,801

5,119

Child of spouse/
partner only

11,360

875

1,825

2,439

2,481

1,742

1,022

478

226

Adopted child of head


& spouse/partner

1,218

88

180

223

262

164

107

57

39

Spouse/partner of
child

8,124

488

1,704

2,388

1,591

881

44,692

14,790

10,754

7,249

5,308

3,523

1,947

719

265

9,103

14

41,677

2,572

2,164

2,021

3,157

5,440

5,455

3,886

2,931

203

13

11

14

16

5,543

224

238

199

486

1,068

1,003

628

406

Grandchild of head/
spouse/partner
Parent of head/
spouse/partner
Other relative of head/
spouse/partner
Domestic employee
Other non relative

192

FEMALE

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NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD OF
HOUSEHOLD
FEMALE

SEX AND
RELATIONSHIP TO
HEAD

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

42,642

47,385

43,164

36,450

28,940

22,925

15,995

11,370

13,450

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

11,049

14,349

15,467

14,567

13,146

11,345

9,177

6,876

8,117

Head

18,818

21,758

19,535

15,881

11,236

7,981

4,184

2,213

1,314

Spouse of head

3,903

3,805

2,876

1,928

1,147

709

315

174

106

Partner of head

1,725

968

434

179

48

11

Child of head and


spouse/partner

3,711

3,272

2,011

1,088

498

208

31

Child of head only

147

74

27

11

Child of spouse/
partner only

19

30

26

14

Adopted child of head


& spouse/partner

540

329

138

44

10

Spouse/partner of
child

92

32

10

Grandchild of head/
spouse/partner

61

237

475

762

1,124

1,323

1,318

1,282

2,508

Parent of head/
spouse/partner

2,270

2,287

1,955

1,793

1,593

1,232

889

758

1,275

Other relative of head/


spouse/partner

18

25

33

34

20

Domestic employee

289

220

178

148

101

99

72

59

125

Other non relative

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193

TABLE 10
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD OF
HOUSEHOLD
SEX AND
RELATIONSHIP TO
HEAD

AGE GROUP
All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

1,261,811

89,202

86,677

83,494

93,316

108,760

117,659

100,491

88,128

Head

381,258

680

6,474

20,787

30,294

35,001

Spouse of head

156,060

384

3,449

10,869

15,771

18,259

Partner of head

43,243

781

4,043

6,642

6,437

5,527

Child of head and


spouse/partner

272,771

43,482

42,598

40,272

42,160

41,115

31,450

16,269

7,750

Child of head only

177,387

10,080

15,085

19,994

26,436

28,294

25,311

16,866

11,332

21,701

1,663

3,513

4,509

4,466

3,350

2,052

1,005

510

2,295

158

327

372

456

349

233

132

80

Spouse/partner of
child

12,351

577

2,115

3,414

2,619

1,640

Grandchild of head/
spouse/partner

88,412

28,551

20,640

14,227

10,698

7,531

4,211

1,583

612

Parent of head/
spouse/partner

11,514

14

Other relative of head/


spouse/partner

83,735

4,849

4,096

3,736

5,881

10,378

10,828

8,125

6,478

263

17

19

25

23

10,820

418

418

384

792

1,644

1,842

1,364

903

TRINIDAD

Child of spouse/
partner only
Adopted child of head
& spouse/partner

Domestic employee
Other non relative

194

BOTH SEXES

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NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD OF
HOUSEHOLD
BOTH SEXES

SEX AND
RELATIONSHIP TO
HEAD

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

82,010

91,178

82,949

69,934

55,955

42,502

28,656

19,506

21,396

TRINIDAD

38,123

47,251

47,310

42,605

36,126

28,304

19,957

13,792

14,555

Head

19,233

22,356

20,220

16,573

11,906

8,427

4,576

2,446

1,590

Spouse of head

4,700

4,739

3,801

2,668

1,738

1,055

593

291

227

Partner of head

3,924

2,328

996

323

83

17

Child of head and


spouse/partner

8,567

7,221

4,474

2,295

986

376

60

Child of head only

312

184

84

33

17

Child of spouse/
partner only

52

48

41

25

14

Adopted child of head


& spouse/partner

948

608

273

105

30

15

Spouse/partner of
child

219

99

30

10

Grandchild of head/
spouse/partner

79

298

620

958

1,407

1,687

1,706

1,621

3,124

Parent of head/
spouse/partner

5,156

5,442

4,622

3,939

3,348

2,358

1,575

1,219

1,705

Other relative of head/


spouse/partner

22

27

40

41

19

13

Domestic employee

675

576

438

359

281

246

168

124

189

Other non relative

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

195

TABLE 10
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD OF
HOUSEHOLD
SEX AND
RELATIONSHIP TO
HEAD

AGE GROUP
All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

TRINIDAD

632,051

45,328

43,947

42,587

47,064

54,426

59,236

51,232

44,603

Head

256,999

442

4,321

14,683

22,422

25,714

Spouse of head

11,264

28

151

510

891

1,088

Partner of head

9,213

36

316

1,005

1,196

1,105

Child of head and


spouse/partner

144,156

22,045

21,634

20,495

21,551

22,072

17,899

9,489

4,531

Child of head only

95,579

5,168

7,646

10,292

13,617

15,208

13,936

9,438

6,510

Child of spouse/
partner only

11,081

847

1,797

2,246

2,145

1,725

1,089

558

298

Adopted child of head


& spouse/partner

1,160

75

157

170

213

190

132

79

48

Spouse/partner of
child

4,333

97

438

1,055

1,050

764

46,221

14,518

10,463

7,342

5,710

4,224

2,424

935

372

2,593

43,760

2,460

2,046

1,838

2,889

5,144

5,584

4,385

3,656

65

11

5,628

214

204

204

334

631

910

779

509

Grandchild of head/
spouse/partner
Parent of head/
spouse/partner
Other relative of head/
spouse/partner
Domestic employee
Other non relative

196

MALE

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NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD OF
HOUSEHOLD
MALE

SEX AND
RELATIONSHIP TO
HEAD

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

41,332

46,071

41,716

35,013

28,201

20,558

13,411

8,698

8,629

TRINIDAD

27,722

33,711

32,662

28,734

23,613

17,474

11,290

7,313

6,898

Head

1,153

1,494

1,465

1,318

1,099

793

579

340

353

Spouse of head

985

1,133

1,059

829

639

379

286

123

122

Partner of head

2,274

1,397

577

147

36

Child of head and


spouse/partner

5,055

4,165

2,560

1,256

512

181

32

Child of head only

171

115

60

22

Child of spouse/partner
only

33

20

19

14

Adopted child of head


& spouse/partner

414

283

139

61

19

Spouse/partner of child

134

68

22

Grandchild of head/
spouse/partner

18

65

150

207

295

388

410

368

692

Parent of head/spouse/
partner

2,959

3,249

2,720

2,189

1,787

1,174

708

482

492

Other relative of head/


spouse/partner

Domestic employee

409

369

275

220

188

148

97

69

71

Other non relative

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

197

TABLE 10
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD OF
HOUSEHOLD
SEX AND
RELATIONSHIP TO
HEAD

AGE GROUP
All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

TRINIDAD

629,760

43,874

42,730

40,907

46,252

54,333

58,423

49,258

43,526

Head

124,259

238

2,153

6,104

7,872

9,287

Spouse of head

144,796

355

3,298

10,359

14,879

17,171

Partner of head

34,031

744

3,727

5,637

5,241

4,421

Child of head and


spouse/partner

128,615

21,437

20,964

19,778

20,609

19,042

13,551

6,780

3,219

Child of head only

81,808

4,912

7,439

9,702

12,819

13,085

11,375

7,428

4,822

Child of spouse/
partner only

10,621

816

1,715

2,263

2,321

1,626

963

447

212

Adopted child of head


& spouse/partner

1,135

83

170

203

244

159

101

54

32

Spouse/partner of
child

8,018

480

1,677

2,359

1,570

877

42,191

14,032

10,178

6,885

4,988

3,307

1,787

649

240

8,921

14

39,975

2,389

2,050

1,898

2,992

5,234

5,244

3,741

2,822

198

13

10

14

16

5,192

204

214

180

459

1,013

932

585

394

Grandchild of head/
spouse/partner
Parent of head/
spouse/partner
Other relative of head/
spouse/partner
Domestic employee
Other non relative

198

FEMALE

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NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD OF
HOUSEHOLD
FEMALE

SEX AND
RELATIONSHIP TO
HEAD

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

40,678

45,107

41,233

34,921

27,754

21,944

15,245

10,807

12,768

TRINIDAD

10,401

13,541

14,647

13,871

12,514

10,830

8,667

6,479

7,657

Head

18,080

20,862

18,755

15,255

10,807

7,634

3,997

2,106

1,237

Spouse of head

3,716

3,606

2,742

1,840

1,100

676

307

168

105

Partner of head

1,649

931

419

176

47

11

Child of head and


spouse/partner

3,512

3,055

1,914

1,039

474

195

28

Child of head only

141

69

24

11

Child of spouse/partner
only

19

27

22

11

Adopted child of head


& spouse/partner

534

324

134

43

10

Spouse/partner of child

84

31

Grandchild of head/
spouse/partner

60

233

470

751

1,112

1,299

1,297

1,253

2,432

Parent of head/spouse/
partner

2,197

2,194

1,902

1,750

1,561

1,184

867

738

1,213

Other relative of head/


spouse/partner

17

25

33

33

19

Domestic employee

266

207

163

139

93

98

72

55

118

Other non relative

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

199

TABLE 10
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD OF
HOUSEHOLD
SEX AND
RELATIONSHIP TO
HEAD

AGE GROUP
All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

TOBAGO

60,735

4,831

4,463

4,179

4,685

5,012

5,349

4,670

4,054

Head

20,125

50

393

1,147

1,646

1,815

Spouse of head

6,362

96

375

571

744

Partner of head

2,302

28

206

397

390

288

Child of head and


spouse/partner

10,589

2,047

1,739

1,585

1,613

1,521

1,058

528

256

Child of head only

9,569

724

941

1,163

1,572

1,442

1,235

812

555

Child of spouse/
partner only

1,506

121

229

332

312

237

148

60

32

Adopted child of head


& spouse/partner

152

30

39

29

14

Spouse/partner of
child

182

11

33

45

38

20

5,273

1,535

1,200

790

666

512

340

146

51

235

3,687

362

286

237

338

463

455

369

233

10

741

36

38

33

57

100

132

101

53

Grandchild of head/
spouse/partner
Parent of head/
spouse/partner
Other relative of head/
spouse/partner
Domestic employee
Other non relative

200

BOTH SEXES

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TABLE 10
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD OF
HOUSEHOLD
BOTH SEXES

SEX AND
RELATIONSHIP TO
HEAD

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

3,822

4,572

3,952

3,070

2,487

1,881

1,440

1,053

1,212

TOBAGO

1,949

2,618

2,506

2,036

1,766

1,307

1,129

842

921

Head

800

967

838

678

472

384

213

118

96

Spouse of head

244

267

192

124

80

46

18

13

Partner of head

134

76

23

Child of head and


spouse/partner

419

378

185

83

37

18

Child of head only

17

10

Child of spouse/partner
only

Adopted child of head


& spouse/partner

15

11

Spouse/partner of child

19

Grandchild of head/
spouse/partner

10

17

28

26

37

101

Parent of head/spouse/
partner

174

204

137

101

89

85

43

36

75

Other relative of head/


spouse/partner

Domestic employee

47

32

34

25

21

10

Other non relative

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

201

TABLE 10
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD OF
HOUSEHOLD
SEX AND
RELATIONSHIP TO
HEAD

AGE GROUP
All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

TOBAGO

30,298

2,454

2,318

2,187

2,361

2,556

2,575

2,287

1,935

Head

12,865

34

262

704

1,065

1,211

Spouse of head

484

21

32

47

Partner of head

505

23

66

68

58

Child of head and


spouse/partner

5,475

1,049

890

856

813

791

549

275

138

Child of head only

4,850

369

479

603

798

749

635

439

257

767

62

119

156

153

121

89

30

17

Adopted child of head


& spouse/partner

69

19

18

10

Spouse/partner of
child

76

15

16

16

2,772

777

624

426

346

296

180

76

26

54

1,985

180

173

114

173

256

245

223

123

390

16

13

13

30

45

61

58

40

Child of spouse/
partner only

Grandchild of head/
spouse/partner
Parent of head/
spouse/partner
Other relative of head/
spouse/partner
Domestic employee
Other non relative

202

MALE

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NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD OF
HOUSEHOLD
MALE

SEX AND
RELATIONSHIP TO
HEAD

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

1,858

2,294

2,021

1,541

1,301

900

690

490

530

TOBAGO

1,301

1,809

1,686

1,340

1,133

793

619

445

461

Head

63

71

59

52

43

36

25

11

19

Spouse of head

57

68

58

36

33

14

10

Partner of head

59

40

Child of head and


spouse/partner

220

162

87

34

13

Child of head only

11

Child of spouse/partner
only

Adopted child of head


& spouse/partner

Spouse/partner of child

11

Grandchild of head/
spouse/partner

25

Parent of head/spouse/
partner

101

111

84

58

57

37

21

16

14

Other relative of head/


spouse/partner

Domestic employee

24

19

19

16

14

Other non relative

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

203

TABLE 10
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD OF
HOUSEHOLD
SEX AND
RELATIONSHIP TO
HEAD

TOBAGO

AGE GROUP
All Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

30,437

2,378

2,145

1,992

2,325

2,455

2,774

2,383

2,119

Head

7,260

16

131

443

580

604

Spouse of head

5,878

92

355

539

697

Partner of head

1,796

28

184

331

322

230

Child of head and


spouse/partner

5,114

998

849

728

800

730

509

253

118

Child of head only

4,719

355

462

561

774

694

600

374

297

739

59

110

176

159

116

59

31

15

83

10

21

18

106

27

30

22

2,501

758

576

364

320

216

160

70

25

181

1,702

182

114

123

165

206

211

146

109

351

20

24

19

27

55

70

43

13

Child of spouse/
partner only
Adopted child of head
& spouse/partner
Spouse/partner of
child
Grandchild of head/
spouse/partner
Parent of head/
spouse/partner
Other relative of head/
spouse/partner
Domestic employee
Other non relative

204

FEMALE

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NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD OF
HOUSEHOLD
FEMALE

SEX AND
RELATIONSHIP TO
HEAD

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

1,965

2,278

1,931

1,529

1,186

981

751

563

682

TOBAGO

648

808

820

697

632

514

509

397

460

Head

738

896

779

626

429

348

188

107

76

Spouse of head

187

198

134

88

47

33

Partner of head

75

37

15

Child of head and


spouse/partner

199

217

97

49

24

14

Child of head only

Child of spouse/partner
only

Adopted child of head &


spouse/partner

Spouse/partner of child

Grandchild of head/
spouse/partner

10

11

24

22

29

76

Parent of head/spouse/
partner

73

93

53

44

32

48

21

20

62

Other relative of head/


spouse/partner

Domestic employee

23

13

15

Other non relative

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

205

TABLE 11
DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY SEX , AGE GROUP OF HEAD AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY

TOTAL NO.
OF HOUSE
HOLDS
(1)

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

AGE GROUP OF HEAD IN YEARS


15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

40 - 44

45 - 49

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

401,384

730

6,867

21,934

31,939

36,816

40,072

49,869

381,258

680

6,474

20,787

30,294

35,001

38,123

47,251

City of Port of Spain

12,333

20

233

612

779

841

903

1,170

City of San Fernando

15,110

19

180

694

1,064

1,241

1,270

1,664

9,779

135

431

735

848

902

1,168

24,644

49

419

1,481

2,177

2,635

2,797

3,204

TRINIDAD

Borough of Arima
Borough of Chaguanas
Borough of Point Fortin

6,680

19

164

480

565

587

624

824

Couva/ Tabaquite/ Talparo

51,817

101

817

2,783

4,144

5,093

5,596

6,934

Diego Martin

32,404

51

463

1,514

2,203

2,516

2,899

3,796

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

10,351

17

200

606

803

951

1,126

1,450

Penal/ Debe

26,067

30

405

1,196

1,983

2,391

2,875

3,644

Princes Town

29,661

50

503

1,733

2,365

2,814

3,125

3,960

San Juan / Laventille

49,404

97

1,031

3,241

4,239

4,484

4,799

5,699

Sangre Grande

22,706

60

561

1,507

1,933

2,277

2,386

2,886

Siparia

26,125

54

445

1,335

1,960

2,129

2,463

3,285

Tunapuna/ Piarco

64,176

107

915

3,173

5,345

6,195

6,358

7,567

206

BOTH SEXES

TOBAGO

20,125

50

393

1,147

1,646

1,815

1,949

2,618

St.Andrew

6,038

16

142

309

525

578

558

747

St.David

2,771

44

182

223

255

299

361

St.George

2,122

34

107

175

180

234

270

St.John

904

12

44

72

66

72

131

St.Mary

1,000

17

60

73

86

88

167

St.Patrick

5,561

16

113

353

472

512

528

675

St.Paul

1,729

31

93

105

137

171

267

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 11
DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY SEX , AGE GROUP OF HEAD AND MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
AGE GROUP OF HEAD IN YEARS

MUNICIPALITY

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

49,816

44,641

37,892

29,611

21,086

14,634

15,476

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

47,310

42,605

36,126

28,304

19,957

13,792

14,555

TRINIDAD

1,369

1,394

1,367

1,095

826

727

994

City of Port of Spain

1,783

1,697

1,537

1,267

978

731

985

City of San Fernando

1,143

1,146

1,058

795

569

378

467

Borough of Arima

3,149

2,733

2,189

1,668

1,095

575

474

Borough of Chaguanas

772

729

611

384

329

237

355

Borough of Point Fortin

6,678

6,037

4,788

3,620

2,330

1,486

1,412

Couva/ Tabaquite/ Talparo

3,802

3,383

3,243

2,801

2,156

1,747

1,828

Diego Martin

1,322

1,081

887

644

582

354

329

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

3,473

3,010

2,294

1,908

1,361

801

696

Penal/ Debe

3,704

3,288

2,554

2,172

1,447

961

985

Princes Town

5,779

5,220

4,426

3,467

2,653

2,027

2,240

San Juan / Laventille

2,779

2,369

1,885

1,443

1,101

729

791

Sangre Grande

3,323

3,092

2,426

1,914

1,453

1,045

1,202

Siparia

8,235

7,425

6,862

5,126

3,077

1,994

1,799

Tunapuna/ Piarco

2,506

2,036

1,766

1,307

1,129

842

921

TOBAGO

734

605

567

407

336

253

262

St.Andrew

325

290

205

161

141

136

143

St.David

282

208

182

144

126

81

96

St.George

117

112

67

54

59

44

52

St.John

123

87

89

64

48

44

48

St.Mary

685

573

511

367

323

200

234

St.Patrick

241

161

144

110

96

84

86

St.Paul

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

207

TABLE 11
DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY SEX , AGE GROUP OF HEAD AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY

TOTAL NO.
OF HOUSE
HOLDS
(1)

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

AGE GROUP OF HEAD IN YEARS


15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

40 - 44

45 - 49

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

269,864

476

4,583

15,388

23,487

26,925

29,023

35,520

256,999

442

4,321

14,683

22,422

25,714

27,722

33,711

City of Port of Spain

6,756

130

352

468

486

525

675

City of San Fernando

9,437

14

115

466

715

844

884

1,101

Borough of Arima

6,235

80

291

532

595

609

775

17,078

31

286

1,046

1,641

2,013

2,082

2,312

TRINIDAD

Borough of Chaguanas
Borough of Point Fortin

4,323

13

100

353

396

411

403

543

Couva/ Tabaquite/ Talparo

38,308

65

619

2,153

3,391

4,112

4,503

5,453

Diego Martin

20,449

34

290

963

1,570

1,713

1,983

2,504

7,726

11

141

487

640

797

903

1,160

Penal/ Debe

19,682

22

326

971

1,694

1,999

2,386

2,894

Princes Town

21,729

31

386

1,366

1,918

2,206

2,508

3,092

San Juan / Laventille

29,835

61

604

2,034

2,791

2,836

3,042

3,547

Sangre Grande

15,755

43

397

1,114

1,451

1,690

1,723

2,043

Siparia

18,315

43

318

995

1,537

1,646

1,868

2,451

Tunapuna/ Piarco

41,372

63

529

2,092

3,678

4,367

4,303

5,161

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

208

MALE

TOBAGO

12,865

34

262

704

1,065

1,211

1,301

1,809

St.Andrew

3,707

11

94

191

312

376

354

497

St.David

1,874

34

117

166

184

204

262

St.George

1,317

21

66

118

105

163

186

St.John

651

31

53

53

56

90

St.Mary

681

13

38

58

56

62

115

St.Patrick

3,451

11

70

199

279

334

337

449

St.Paul

1,183

23

62

79

102

126

211

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 11
DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY SEX , AGE GROUP OF HEAD AND MUNICIPALITY
MALE
AGE GROUP OF HEAD IN YEARS

MUNICIPALITY

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

34,348

30,074

24,746

18,266

11,910

7,758

7,359

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

32,662

28,734

23,613

17,474

11,290

7,313

6,898

TRINIDAD

787

770

820

640

396

332

369

City of Port of Spain

1,138

1,113

957

744

532

356

458

City of San Fernando

729

765

643

493

307

190

222

Borough of Arima

2,229

1,868

1,384

1,040

611

334

201

Borough of Chaguanas

546

499

382

215

171

120

172

Borough of Point Fortin

5,000

4,418

3,359

2,304

1,344

854

733

Couva/ Tabaquite/ Talparo

2,427

2,142

2,050

1,723

1,273

906

870

Diego Martin

1,042

814

607

401

346

192

186

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

2,646

2,239

1,608

1,236

831

476

355

Penal/ Debe

2,768

2,426

1,801

1,372

851

528

476

Princes Town

3,594

3,228

2,697

2,013

1,396

1,002

990

San Juan / Laventille

2,011

1,611

1,282

907

637

408

435

Sangre Grande

2,450

2,194

1,643

1,192

846

560

574

Siparia

5,297

4,648

4,379

3,193

1,748

1,055

858

Tunapuna/ Piarco

1,686

1,340

1,133

793

619

445

461

TOBAGO

466

367

363

233

188

131

126

St.Andrew

251

198

129

101

87

65

71

St.David

191

139

103

80

63

40

41

St.George

94

98

53

39

33

24

19

St.John

88

57

70

38

23

31

30

St.Mary

427

360

321

249

175

111

128

St.Patrick

168

121

94

54

50

44

46

St.Paul

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

209

TABLE 11
DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY SEX , AGE GROUP OF HEAD AND MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY

TOTAL NO.
OF HOUSE
HOLDS
(1)

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

AGE GROUP OF HEAD IN YEARS


15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

40 - 44

45 - 49

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

131,519

254

2,284

6,546

8,452

9,891

11,049

14,349

124,259

238

2,153

6,104

7,872

9,287

10,401

13,541

City of Port of Spain

5,577

13

104

261

311

355

378

495

City of San Fernando

5,674

65

229

349

397

386

563

Borough of Arima

3,545

56

140

204

253

293

393

Borough of Chaguanas

7,565

18

133

435

535

623

715

892

TRINIDAD

Borough of Point Fortin

2,356

64

127

168

176

221

281

Couva/ Tabaquite/ Talparo

13,510

36

198

631

752

981

1,093

1,481

Diego Martin

11,955

17

173

551

633

803

916

1,292

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

2,625

59

118

163

154

223

290

Penal/ Debe

6,385

80

225

289

392

489

750

Princes Town

7,932

19

117

367

447

608

617

869

19,569

35

427

1,207

1,448

1,648

1,758

2,151

Sangre Grande

6,952

17

164

393

482

586

663

842

Siparia

7,810

10

127

340

423

483

595

834

22,804

44

386

1,080

1,667

1,828

2,055

2,405

San Juan / Laventille

Tunapuna/ Piarco

TOBAGO

7,260

16

131

443

580

604

648

808

St.Andrew

2,331

48

118

213

203

204

250

St.David

897

65

57

71

95

98

St.George

805

14

40

57

74

71

85

St.John

253

13

19

13

16

41

St.Mary

318

22

15

30

26

53

2,110

44

153

192

178

191

226

546

31

26

36

45

56

St.Patrick
St.Paul

210

FEMALE

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 11
DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY SEX , AGE GROUP OF HEAD AND MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
AGE GROUP OF HEAD IN YEARS

MUNICIPALITY

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

15,467

14,567

13,146

11,345

9,177

6,876

8,117

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

14,647

13,871

12,514

10,830

8,667

6,479

7,657

TRINIDAD

583

625

548

455

430

395

625

City of Port of Spain

644

584

579

523

446

375

527

City of San Fernando

414

381

414

302

262

188

245

Borough of Arima

920

865

805

627

484

241

272

Borough of Chaguanas

225

230

229

168

158

117

183

Borough of Point Fortin

1,678

1,619

1,429

1,316

986

632

678

Couva/ Tabaquite/ Talparo

1,375

1,241

1,193

1,078

883

841

958

Diego Martin

280

268

280

244

236

162

143

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

828

771

685

672

530

326

340

Penal/ Debe

936

862

754

800

595

433

509

Princes Town

2,186

1,992

1,729

1,455

1,258

1,026

1,250

San Juan / Laventille

767

758

603

536

463

321

356

Sangre Grande

873

898

783

722

607

485

628

Siparia

2,938

2,778

2,483

1,933

1,328

939

940

Tunapuna/ Piarco

820

697

632

514

509

397

460

TOBAGO

268

238

204

174

148

123

136

St.Andrew

74

92

76

61

54

71

72

St.David

90

70

79

64

63

41

55

St.George

23

14

14

15

26

20

33

St.John

34

30

19

26

25

13

18

St.Mary

258

213

190

118

148

89

105

St.Patrick

72

40

50

56

46

40

40

St.Paul

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

211

TABLE 12
DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY SIZE, AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE AND MUNICIPALITY
SIZE OF HOUSEHOLD
TOTAL
NO. OF
HOUSE
HOLDS

1
PERSON

2
PERSONS

3
PERSONS

4
PERSONS

5+
PERSONS

AVG.
H/HOLD
SIZE

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

401,384

76,697

80,866

77,919

74,694

91,208

3.3

381,258

71,250

76,559

74,584

71,695

87,170

3.3

City of Port of Spain

12,333

3,431

2,873

2,166

1,582

2,280

2.9

City of San Fernando

15,110

2,886

3,289

2,988

2,730

3,218

3.2

9,779

1,549

2,073

1,999

1,797

2,361

3.4

Borough of Chaguanas

24,644

3,812

4,946

5,113

5,058

5,714

3.4

Borough of Point Fortin

6,680

1,755

1,325

1,191

1,093

1,316

Couva/ Tabaquite/ Talparo

51,817

7,808

9,915

10,644

11,019

12,432

3.4

Diego Martin

32,404

6,985

7,215

5,963

5,419

6,823

3.2

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

10,351

1,816

1,829

2,032

2,060

2,614

3.4

Penal/ Debe

26,067

3,628

4,931

5,442

6,006

6,059

3.4

Princes Town

29,661

4,721

5,458

5,932

6,078

7,472

3.5

San Juan / Laventille

49,404

11,299

10,319

9,141

7,972

10,673

3.2

Sangre Grande

22,706

4,630

4,279

4,348

4,048

5,401

3.3

Siparia

26,125

4,985

5,028

5,008

5,000

6,105

3.3

Tunapuna/ Piarco

64,176

11,946

13,078

12,617

11,834

14,701

3.3

TOBAGO

20,125

5,447

4,307

3,335

2,999

4,038

St.Andrew

6,038

1,660

1,417

1,032

876

1,054

2.9

St.David

2,771

749

514

456

417

635

3.2

St.George

2,122

509

407

369

352

487

3.2

St.John

904

270

163

131

125

215

3.1

St.Mary

1,000

255

173

161

170

241

3.3

St.Patrick

5,561

1,629

1,310

929

781

912

2.8

St.Paul

1,729

376

323

257

278

496

3.5

MUNICIPALITY

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

TRINIDAD

Borough of Arima

212

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 13
HOUSEHOLD SIZE BY CURRENT ACTIVITY STATUS OF HEAD AND MUNICIPALITY
1 PERSON HOUSEHOLDS
CURRENT ACTIVITY STATUS

TOTAL
NO. OF
HOUSE
HOLDS

Had A
Job And
Worked

Had A
Job Did
Not Work

Seeking
First Job

Actively
Seeking
Work

Did Not
Look For
Work

Not
Stated

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

76,697

35,992

1,134

30

1,774

27,102

10,666

71,250

32,914

988

30

1,670

25,579

10,070

City of Port of Spain

3,431

1,439

43

87

1,431

429

City of San Fernando

2,886

1,171

41

47

1,236

389

Borough of Arima

1,549

714

22

27

557

230

Borough of Chaguanas

3,812

1,962

47

73

1,244

486

Borough of Point Fortin

1,755

693

19

76

647

319

Couva/ Tabaquite/ Talparo

7,808

3,869

137

180

2,861

760

Diego Martin

6,985

3,128

88

132

2,462

1,172

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

1,816

854

18

66

699

178

Penal/ Debe

3,628

1,589

52

75

1,554

356

Princes Town

4,721

2,081

81

162

1,915

482

11,299

5,722

149

265

3,655

1,499

Sangre Grande

4,630

2,439

73

139

1,615

363

Siparia

4,985

2,199

74

163

2,103

443

11,946

5,052

145

179

3,601

2,963

TOBAGO

5,447

3,078

146

104

1,523

596

St.Andrew

1,660

969

44

30

452

165

St.David

749

439

11

11

216

71

St.George

509

307

15

13

147

27

St.John

270

140

18

11

80

21

MUNICIPALITY

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

TRINIDAD

San Juan / Laventille

Tunapuna/ Piarco

St.Mary
St.Patrick
St.Paul

255

156

80

1,629

856

30

25

427

291

376

212

22

10

120

11

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

213

TABLE 13
HOUSEHOLD SIZE BY CURRENT ACTIVITY STATUS OF HEAD AND MUNICIPALITY
2 PERSON HOUSEHOLDS
MUNICIPALITY

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

Had A
Job And
Worked

Had A
Job Did
Not Work

Seeking
First Job

Actively
Seeking
Work

Did Not
Look For
Work

Not
Stated

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

80,866

41,751

1,071

20

1,440

30,086

6,498

76,559

39,225

974

20

1,380

28,695

6,264

City of Port of Spain

2,873

1,355

25

55

1,236

201

City of San Fernando

3,289

1,496

39

30

1,420

305

Borough of Arima

2,073

1,055

27

38

793

158

Borough of Chaguanas

4,946

2,928

59

76

1,553

329

Borough of Point Fortin

1,325

626

17

58

450

173

Couva/ Tabaquite/ Talparo

9,915

5,241

138

174

3,802

558

Diego Martin

7,215

3,686

81

124

2,712

612

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

1,829

910

31

47

750

91

Penal/ Debe

4,931

2,369

64

87

2,130

281

Princes Town

5,458

2,623

67

110

2,288

368

10,319

5,732

125

197

3,484

779

Sangre Grande

4,279

2,387

68

92

1,571

158

Siparia

5,028

2,465

75

130

2,147

211

13,078

6,354

158

163

4,360

2,040

TOBAGO

4,307

2,526

96

60

1,391

233

St.Andrew

1,417

856

25

13

465

58

St.David

514

290

11

165

42

St.George

407

245

142

10

St.John

163

83

51

18

St.Mary

173

112

53

1,310

766

29

17

403

95

323

174

16

13

112

TRINIDAD

San Juan / Laventille

Tunapuna/ Piarco

St.Patrick
St.Paul

214

CURRENT ACTIVITY STATUS

TOTAL
NO. OF
HOUSE
HOLDS

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 13
HOUSEHOLD SIZE BY CURRENT ACTIVITY STATUS OF HEAD AND MUNICIPALITY
3 PERSON HOUSEHOLDS
MUNICIPALITY

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

CURRENT ACTIVITY STATUS

TOTAL
NO. OF
HOUSE
HOLDS

Had A
Job And
Worked

Had A
Job Did
Not Work

Seeking
First Job

Actively
Seeking
Work

Did Not
Look For
Work

Not
Stated

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

77,919

47,728

1,194

25

1,548

23,021

4,403

74,584

45,496

1,097

25

1,492

22,170

4,303

City of Port of Spain

2,166

1,212

33

47

772

101

City of San Fernando

2,988

1,720

46

34

969

220

Borough of Arima

1,999

1,188

27

30

622

132

Borough of Chaguanas

5,113

3,416

66

75

1,328

225

Borough of Point Fortin

1,191

678

15

50

348

99

10,644

6,815

154

208

3,018

447

Diego Martin

5,963

3,662

75

115

1,783

327

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

2,032

1,269

43

63

607

50

Penal/ Debe

5,442

3,335

87

102

1,690

227

Princes Town

5,932

3,465

104

158

1,907

295

San Juan / Laventille

9,141

5,811

148

187

2,572

419

Sangre Grande

4,348

2,789

71

109

1,290

89

Siparia

5,008

2,893

76

138

1,730

168

12,617

7,241

154

176

3,536

1,504

TOBAGO

3,335

2,232

97

56

850

100

St.Andrew

1,032

676

27

19

268

41

St.David

456

325

107

13

St.George

369

255

10

89

St.John

131

84

37

St.Mary

161

116

36

St.Patrick

929

609

25

15

245

34

St.Paul

257

166

15

69

TRINIDAD

Couva/ Tabaquite/ Talparo

Tunapuna/ Piarco

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

215

TABLE 13
HOUSEHOLD SIZE BY CURRENT ACTIVITY STATUS OF HEAD AND MUNICIPALITY
4 PERSON HOUSEHOLDS
MUNICIPALITY

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

Had A
Job And
Worked

Had A
Job Did
Not Work

Seeking
First Job

Actively
Seeking
Work

Did Not
Look For
Work

Not
Stated

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

74,694

50,517

1,198

28

1,410

17,696

3,844

71,695

48,386

1,112

27

1,371

17,042

3,757

City of Port of Spain

1,582

938

24

41

505

74

City of San Fernando

2,730

1,775

35

47

685

186

Borough of Arima

1,797

1,196

30

26

456

88

Borough of Chaguanas

5,058

3,651

71

69

1,085

182

Borough of Point Fortin

1,093

669

10

36

285

92

11,019

7,618

172

223

2,528

474

Diego Martin

5,419

3,729

79

100

1,295

215

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

2,060

1,413

42

58

487

60

Penal/ Debe

6,006

4,146

90

100

1,405

263

Princes Town

6,078

4,078

117

138

1,488

256

San Juan / Laventille

7,972

5,439

117

171

1,899

340

Sangre Grande

4,048

2,829

65

94

993

65

Siparia

5,000

3,325

110

115

1,311

134

11,834

7,581

150

151

2,619

1,327

TOBAGO

2,999

2,130

85

40

654

88

St.Andrew

876

618

25

10

203

19

St.David

417

295

16

77

24

St.George

352

244

14

84

St.John

125

87

29

St.Mary

170

129

30

St.Patrick

781

562

14

10

164

31

St.Paul

278

194

69

TRINIDAD

Couva/ Tabaquite/ Talparo

Tunapuna/ Piarco

216

CURRENT ACTIVITY STATUS

TOTAL
NO. OF
HOUSE
HOLDS

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 13
HOUSEHOLD SIZE BY CURRENT ACTIVITY STATUS OF HEAD AND MUNICIPALITY
5+ PERSON HOUSEHOLDS
CURRENT ACTIVITY STATUS

TOTAL
NO. OF
HOUSE
HOLDS

Had A
Job And
Worked

Had A
Job Did
Not Work

Seeking
First Job

Actively
Seeking
Work

Did Not
Look For
Work

Not
Stated

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

91,208

53,778

1,464

30

1,844

30,054

4,038

87,170

51,157

1,331

28

1,802

28,905

3,947

City of Port of Spain

2,280

1,289

47

42

814

87

City of San Fernando

3,218

1,854

40

56

1,088

178

Borough of Arima

2,361

1,318

30

31

849

133

Borough of Chaguanas

5,714

3,440

72

94

1,925

182

Borough of Point Fortin

1,316

765

25

67

379

80

MUNICIPALITY

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

TRINIDAD

12,432

7,324

181

241

4,203

483

Diego Martin

Couva/ Tabaquite/ Talparo

6,823

4,195

100

148

2,134

241

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

2,614

1,637

33

87

780

77

Penal/ Debe

6,059

3,514

98

112

2,117

219

Princes Town

7,472

4,227

137

217

2,606

282

10,673

6,582

162

194

3,368

360

Sangre Grande

5,401

3,266

80

132

1,834

90

Siparia

6,105

3,480

138

184

2,153

146

14,701

8,267

190

197

4,655

1,390

San Juan / Laventille

Tunapuna/ Piarco

TOBAGO

4,038

2,621

134

42

1,149

91

St.Andrew

1,054

719

24

13

267

31

St.David

635

416

14

184

17

St.George

487

308

24

141

St.John

215

125

11

75

St.Mary

241

158

10

68

St.Patrick

912

578

34

263

27

St.Paul

496

316

16

151

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

217

TABLE 14
DISTRIBUTION OF SINGLE PERSON HOUSEHOLDS BY SEX, AGE GROUP OF OCCUPANT AND
MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

BOTH SEXES

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

40 - 44

45 - 49

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

AGE GROUP OF SINGLE PERSONS HOUSEHOLDS

76,697

303

2,076

4,996

6,005

5,955

5,896

7,573

71,250

265

1,892

4,576

5,537

5,546

5,502

6,953

City of Port of Spain

3,431

80

187

222

186

191

236

City of San Fernando

2,886

51

151

203

191

184

252

Borough of Arima

1,549

33

81

121

117

125

132

Borough of Chaguanas

3,812

18

122

286

340

346

347

378

Borough of Point Fortin

1,755

10

57

135

161

117

148

161

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

7,808

31

199

496

530

607

711

921

Diego Martin

6,985

27

161

422

467

483

477

663

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

1,816

51

84

115

117

148

227

Penal/ Debe

3,628

11

76

190

246

269

304

430

Princes Town

4,721

14

141

306

322

346

400

524

11,299

39

338

844

958

847

870

1,028

TRINIDAD

San Juan / Laventille


Sangre Grande

4,630

30

175

346

367

347

403

520

Siparia

4,985

25

118

271

313

338

336

495

11,946

35

289

776

1,172

1,235

857

988

TOBAGO

5,447

38

184

420

468

409

394

620

St.Andrew

1,660

69

108

152

133

112

178

St.David

749

23

73

68

54

42

96

St.George

509

11

32

41

31

52

57

St.John

270

16

21

17

23

39

Tunapuna/ Piarco

St.Mary
St.Patrick
St.Paul

218

TOTAL
NO. OF
HOUSE
HOLDS

255

23

22

11

11

30

1,629

15

54

147

136

137

113

173

376

16

22

27

25

40

47

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 14
DISTRIBUTION OF SINGLE PERSON HOUSEHOLDS BY SEX, AGE GROUP OF OCCUPANT AND
MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
AGE GROUP OF SINGLE PERSONS HOUSEHOLDS

MUNICIPALITY

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

8,358

8,011

7,763

6,425

4,990

3,769

4,579

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

7,688

7,457

7,283

6,078

4,673

3,515

4,285

TRINIDAD

360

356

400

369

262

236

342

City of Port of Spain

270

287

294

261

249

191

293

City of San Fernando

145

191

171

153

93

69

118

Borough of Arima

427

389

381

282

227

127

141

Borough of Chaguanas

167

173

170

132

115

64

146

Borough of Point Fortin

884

874

765

661

443

297

387

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

686

645

706

703

518

494

533

Diego Martin

241

186

170

130

141

81

116

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

412

368

349

354

272

178

168

Penal/ Debe

518

517

421

422

314

212

264

Princes Town

1,267

1,137

1,042

879

754

581

717

San Juan / Laventille

529

486

386

340

263

204

233

Sangre Grande

563

551

522

472

347

272

360

Siparia

1,218

1,297

1,507

919

675

510

467

Tunapuna/ Piarco

670

553

479

347

317

253

294

TOBAGO

213

167

158

121

95

68

78

St.Andrew

80

70

54

48

40

49

48

St.David

64

54

52

32

30

23

27

St.George

31

39

19

14

15

14

16

St.John

34

22

30

18

16

11

16

St.Mary

196

170

139

95

97

68

89

St.Patrick

52

32

29

18

24

21

19

St.Paul

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

219

TABLE 14
DISTRIBUTION OF SINGLE PERSON HOUSEHOLDS BY SEX, AGE GROUP OF OCCUPANT AND
MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

MALE

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

40 - 44

45 - 49

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

AGE GROUP OF SINGLE PERSONS HOUSEHOLDS

49,601

239

1,509

3,562

4,490

4,414

4,471

5,719

45,907

209

1,367

3,285

4,155

4,103

4,178

5,240

City of Port of Spain

2,013

55

124

149

130

126

183

City of San Fernando

1,594

32

101

138

131

124

170

961

22

55

90

77

90

96

Borough of Chaguanas

2,284

16

88

174

249

241

229

245

Borough of Point Fortin

1,174

38

100

121

101

109

126

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

5,258

22

151

359

428

471

567

733

Diego Martin

4,257

22

120

295

347

352

363

485

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

1,335

42

69

92

101

132

195

Penal/ Debe

2,355

59

148

190

217

240

316

Princes Town

3,327

10

118

257

263

295

329

417

San Juan / Laventille

7,346

33

229

590

677

653

625

751

TRINIDAD

Borough of Arima

Sangre Grande

3,432

27

147

288

307

275

332

423

Siparia

3,413

20

93

221

258

275

288

400

Tunapuna/ Piarco

7,159

24

174

504

845

781

623

700

TOBAGO

3,694

30

141

276

335

311

294

479

St.Andrew

1,047

56

66

97

93

78

132

St.David

560

22

53

61

46

30

79

St.George

349

24

34

24

42

40

St.John

222

13

19

16

20

36

St.Mary
St.Patrick
St.Paul

220

TOTAL
NO. OF
HOUSE
HOLDS

191

17

19

11

24

1,029

11

33

86

82

102

77

127

295

13

17

22

22

36

41

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 14
DISTRIBUTION OF SINGLE PERSON HOUSEHOLDS BY SEX, AGE GROUP OF OCCUPANT AND
MUNICIPALITY
MALE
AGE GROUP OF SINGLE PERSONS HOUSEHOLDS

MUNICIPALITY

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

6,035

5,247

4,652

3,425

2,404

1,633

1,801

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

5,531

4,880

4,355

3,208

2,228

1,507

1,661

TRINIDAD

235

209

252

220

114

107

106

City of Port of Spain

186

174

148

110

97

63

114

City of San Fernando

106

127

94

82

48

35

39

Borough of Arima

282

231

192

125

98

65

48

Borough of Chaguanas

131

124

100

73

55

23

64

Borough of Point Fortin

623

618

470

327

201

118

170

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

479

397

409

372

233

203

181

Diego Martin

194

145

107

67

84

38

61

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

305

233

200

167

132

75

63

Penal/ Debe

398

359

264

242

159

97

118

Princes Town

916

785

672

478

402

253

281

San Juan / Laventille

426

352

279

213

143

102

116

Sangre Grande

444

375

319

279

173

131

137

Siparia

807

750

849

452

288

198

164

Tunapuna/ Piarco

504

367

297

217

176

126

140

TOBAGO

151

94

89

66

49

31

36

St.Andrew

68

53

38

33

26

27

22

St.David

50

42

25

18

17

14

St.George

26

36

16

12

10

St.John

24

15

23

13

11

St.Mary

140

102

84

63

47

27

47

St.Patrick

45

25

22

11

17

10

11

St.Paul

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

221

TABLE 14
DISTRIBUTION OF SINGLE PERSON HOUSEHOLDS BY SEX, AGE GROUP OF OCCUPANT AND
MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

FEMALE

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

40 - 44

45 - 49

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

AGE GROUP OF SINGLE PERSONS HOUSEHOLDS

27,096

64

567

1,435

1,515

1,541

1,424

1,854

25,343

56

525

1,291

1,382

1,443

1,324

1,713

City of Port of Spain

1,418

25

63

73

56

65

52

City of San Fernando

1,292

19

50

65

60

60

82

589

11

26

31

40

35

36

Borough of Chaguanas

1,529

34

112

91

105

118

133

Borough of Point Fortin

TRINIDAD

Borough of Arima

582

19

35

40

16

39

34

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

2,550

48

138

102

135

145

188

Diego Martin

2,727

41

127

120

131

114

178

480

15

23

16

16

32

Penal/ Debe

1,273

17

42

56

51

64

114

Princes Town

1,393

23

49

59

51

71

107

San Juan / Laventille

3,953

109

254

281

194

245

277

Sangre Grande

1,198

28

58

59

72

71

97

Siparia

1,572

25

50

55

63

48

96

Tunapuna/ Piarco

4,787

11

115

272

328

454

234

288

TOBAGO

1,753

42

144

133

97

100

140

St.Andrew

613

13

41

55

40

34

46

St.David

189

21

13

17

St.George

159

17

St.John

48

St.Mary

64

600

21

61

54

36

37

46

80

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

St.Patrick
St.Paul

222

TOTAL
NO. OF
HOUSE
HOLDS

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 14
DISTRIBUTION OF SINGLE PERSON HOUSEHOLDS BY SEX, AGE GROUP OF OCCUPANT AND
MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
AGE GROUP OF SINGLE PERSONS HOUSEHOLDS

MUNICIPALITY

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

2,324

2,763

3,111

3,000

2,586

2,136

2,778

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

2,157

2,577

2,928

2,870

2,445

2,008

2,624

TRINIDAD

125

147

148

149

148

129

236

City of Port of Spain

84

113

146

150

153

129

179

City of San Fernando

39

64

76

71

46

34

80

Borough of Arima

145

158

189

157

129

63

93

Borough of Chaguanas

36

49

69

59

60

41

82

Borough of Point Fortin

262

256

295

335

241

179

217

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

207

248

297

331

285

291

352

Diego Martin

48

41

63

63

57

43

55

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

107

134

149

187

140

102

106

Penal/ Debe

120

158

157

180

155

115

146

Princes Town

351

352

370

401

352

328

436

San Juan / Laventille

104

134

107

127

120

101

117

Sangre Grande

120

176

204

194

174

141

223

Siparia

411

546

658

467

387

312

303

Tunapuna/ Piarco

166

186

183

130

141

128

154

TOBAGO

62

73

69

55

46

37

42

St.Andrew

13

17

16

15

14

22

26

St.David

14

11

26

14

13

19

St.George

11

St.John

10

St.Mary

56

68

55

32

50

40

42

St.Patrick

10

St.Paul

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

223

TABLE 15
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION 14 YEARS OLD AND OVER BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND
MARITAL STATUS, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
MARITAL STATUS BY
SEX

AGE GROUP
All Ages

14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

40 - 44

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

TOTAL BOTH SEXES

1,067,021

17,321

98,001

113,771

123,008

105,161

92,183

85,832

Never Married

479,966

12,895

82,950

92,865

82,030

52,247

35,300

27,614

Married

404,086

36

1,136

9,799

29,991

41,788

45,551

46,377

Widowed

51,609

25

66

171

345

622

1,113

Legally Separated

10,050

17

122

413

820

1,010

1,183

Divorced

36,250

22

173

948

2,279

3,404

4,338

Not stated

85,059

4,385

13,851

10,746

9,455

7,682

6,296

5,208

TOTAL MALE

532,380

8,850

49,424

56,983

61,811

53,519

46,538

43,190

Never Married

251,471

6,128

41,049

48,119

44,237

28,946

19,440

15,379

Married

201,172

15

235

2,711

11,681

18,882

21,602

22,327

11,817

11

25

75

129

235

4,630

28

122

336

413

503

Widowed
Legally Separated
Divorced

16,264

14

47

313

829

1,364

1,827

Not stated

47,026

2,705

8,117

6,067

5,434

4,452

3,590

2,919

TOTAL FEMALE

534,641

8,471

48,577

56,788

61,197

51,641

45,645

42,642

Never Married

228,495

6,767

41,901

44,746

37,793

23,301

15,860

12,235

Married

202,914

22

902

7,089

18,310

22,906

23,950

24,050

39,793

18

55

146

270

493

879

5,420

14

93

291

484

597

679

Divorced

19,986

126

635

1,451

2,040

2,511

Not stated

38,032

1,680

5,734

4,679

4,021

3,230

2,705

2,288

Widowed
Legally Separated

224

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 15
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION 14 YEARS OLD AND OVER BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND
MARITAL STATUS, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
AGE GROUP
45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

MARITAL STATUS BY
SEX

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

95,750

86,901

73,005

58,442

44,383

30,096

20,559

22,608

TOTAL BOTH SEXES

27,326

21,860

15,843

10,943

7,263

4,556

3,054

3,222

Never Married

54,024

49,481

41,835

31,940

23,318

13,929

8,283

6,598

Married

2,042

3,518

4,846

6,312

7,468

7,812

6,768

10,497

Widowed

1,440

1,441

1,185

931

737

388

208

154

Legally Separated

5,623

5,507

4,647

3,724

2,643

1,562

808

572

Divorced

5,294

5,095

4,648

4,591

2,955

1,850

1,438

1,567

Not stated

48,365

43,737

36,554

29,503

21,458

14,101

9,188

9,158

TOTAL MALE

14,980

11,786

8,080

5,448

3,450

2,058

1,260

1,111

Never Married

26,852

25,189

22,273

17,952

13,284

8,462

5,235

4,474

Married

410

782

994

1,377

1,660

1,823

1,605

2,682

Widowed

647

692

579

502

407

199

109

88

Legally Separated

2,482

2,516

2,257

1,815

1,343

774

413

271

Divorced

2,995

2,772

2,371

2,409

1,313

784

566

533

Not stated

47,385

43,164

36,450

28,940

22,925

15,995

11,370

13,450

TOTAL FEMALE

12,346

10,073

7,763

5,495

3,813

2,498

1,794

2,110

Never Married

27,172

24,292

19,562

13,988

10,034

5,466

3,047

2,124

Married

1,632

2,736

3,853

4,935

5,807

5,989

5,163

7,815

Widowed

793

749

606

429

330

189

99

66

Legally Separated

3,142

2,991

2,390

1,910

1,299

788

395

301

Divorced

2,299

2,323

2,277

2,183

1,642

1,066

872

1,034

Not stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

225

TABLE 15
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION 14 YEARS OLD AND OVER BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND
MARITAL STATUS, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
MARITAL STATUS
BY SEX

AGE GROUP
All Ages

14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

40 - 44

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

TRINIDAD
TOTAL BOTH
SEXES

1,018,949

16,511

93,316

108,760

117,659

100,491

88,128

82,010

Never Married

453,993

12,239

78,599

88,275

77,767

49,272

33,295

25,969

Married

388,646

36

1,113

9,613

29,233

40,464

43,880

44,597

49,561

24

65

162

332

603

1,075

9,638

17

118

397

792

981

1,134

Divorced

34,464

19

170

924

2,194

3,251

4,157

Not stated

82,652

4,230

13,543

10,518

9,176

7,437

6,117

5,078

TOTAL MALE

508,614

8,424

47,064

54,426

59,236

51,232

44,603

41,332

Never Married

238,331

5,804

38,890

45,768

42,072

27,382

18,425

14,523

Married

193,415

15

231

2,656

11,424

18,327

20,838

21,496

11,330

10

24

69

125

225

4,421

28

118

329

400

485

Divorced

15,455

13

44

308

809

1,317

1,752

Not stated

45,663

2,602

7,919

5,919

5,289

4,315

3,497

2,850

TOTAL FEMALE

510,335

8,087

46,252

54,333

58,423

49,258

43,526

40,678

Never Married

215,662

6,435

39,709

42,507

35,695

21,890

14,870

11,446

Married

195,231

22

882

6,958

17,808

22,136

23,041

23,100

38,231

17

55

138

263

478

849

5,217

14

90

279

463

582

649

Divorced

19,005

125

616

1,384

1,934

2,405

Not stated

36,988

1,628

5,623

4,599

3,887

3,121

2,620

2,228

Widowed
Legally Separated

Widowed
Legally Separated

Widowed
Legally Separated

226

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TABLE 15
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION 14 YEARS OLD AND OVER BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND
MARITAL STATUS, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
AGE GROUP
45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

MARITAL STATUS
BY SEX

TRINIDAD
91,178

82,949

69,934

55,955

42,502

28,656

19,506

21,396

TOTAL BOTH
SEXES

25,605

20,603

15,003

10,362

6,854

4,278

2,854

3,018

Never Married

51,760

47,409

40,191

30,637

22,351

13,266

7,861

6,234

Married

1,989

3,408

4,690

6,100

7,230

7,502

6,434

9,943

Widowed

1,385

1,384

1,136

883

697

370

198

145

Legally Separated

5,351

5,208

4,418

3,514

2,505

1,451

756

538

Divorced

5,087

4,937

4,495

4,458

2,865

1,788

1,402

1,519

Not stated

46,071

41,716

35,013

28,201

20,558

13,411

8,698

8,629

TOTAL MALE

14,087

11,107

7,664

5,176

3,274

1,940

1,170

1,048

Never Married

25,744

24,124

21,411

17,183

12,737

8,052

4,955

4,221

Married

397

758

958

1,333

1,612

1,766

1,532

2,510

Widowed

617

661

552

475

382

186

104

81

Legally Separated

2,355

2,385

2,142

1,704

1,279

713

380

250

Divorced

2,871

2,681

2,285

2,330

1,274

756

557

518

Not stated

45,107

41,233

34,921

27,754

21,944

15,245

10,807

12,768

TOTAL FEMALE

11,518

9,496

7,339

5,186

3,580

2,338

1,684

1,969

Never Married

26,017

23,285

18,780

13,454

9,614

5,215

2,906

2,013

Married

1,591

2,650

3,731

4,767

5,618

5,736

4,902

7,433

Widowed

768

723

584

409

314

184

94

64

Legally Separated

2,996

2,823

2,276

1,810

1,226

739

376

288

Divorced

2,216

2,256

2,211

2,128

1,591

1,032

846

1,001

Not stated

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

227

TABLE 15
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION 14 YEARS OLD AND OVER BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND
MARITAL STATUS, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
MARITAL STATUS BY
SEX

AGE GROUP
All Ages

14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

40 - 44

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

TOBAGO
TOTAL BOTH SEXES

48,072

810

4,685

5,012

5,349

4,670

4,054

3,822

Never Married

25,973

655

4,351

4,590

4,263

2,975

2,005

1,645

Married

15,440

23

186

758

1,325

1,671

1,780

2,048

12

18

39

412

16

27

29

49

Divorced

1,792

24

86

153

181

Not stated

2,407

155

308

227

279

245

178

130

TOTAL MALE

23,766

426

2,361

2,556

2,575

2,287

1,935

1,858

Never Married

13,139

324

2,159

2,351

2,165

1,564

1,015

856

7,758

55

256

555

763

830

Widowed

487

Legally Separated

208

14

18

Divorced

811

19

47

75

1,363

103

197

147

145

137

93

69

TOTAL FEMALE

24,306

384

2,325

2,455

2,774

2,383

2,119

1,965

Never Married

12,833

332

2,192

2,240

2,098

1,411

990

789

Married

7,683

19

131

502

770

908

950

Widowed

1,561

15

30

Legally Separated

203

13

21

15

31

Divorced

981

19

66

106

105

1,044

52

111

80

134

108

85

61

Widowed
Legally Separated

Married

Not stated

Not stated

228

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TABLE 15
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION 14 YEARS OLD AND OVER BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND
MARITAL STATUS, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
AGE GROUP
45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

MARITAL STATUS BY
SEX

TOBAGO
4,572

3,952

3,070

2,487

1,881

1,440

1,053

1,212

TOTAL BOTH SEXES

1,722

1,257

839

580

409

278

200

204

Never Married

2,264

2,072

1,644

1,303

967

663

421

364

Married

54

110

156

212

238

310

334

553

Widowed

55

57

49

48

40

18

10

Legally Separated

272

299

229

210

137

111

52

33

Divorced

206

158

152

133

90

61

35

48

Not stated

2,294

2,021

1,541

1,301

900

690

490

530

TOTAL MALE

893

680

415

272

176

118

90

63

Never Married

1,109

1,065

862

769

547

411

280

253

Married

13

24

35

44

49

57

73

172

Widowed

30

31

27

27

24

14

Legally Separated

126

131

115

111

64

62

33

21

Divorced

124

91

86

78

40

28

15

Not stated

2,278

1,931

1,529

1,186

981

751

563

682

TOTAL FEMALE

829

577

424

309

233

159

110

141

Never Married

1,155

1,007

782

534

419

252

141

112

Married

41

85

121

168

190

253

261

381

Widowed

25

26

22

21

16

Legally Separated

146

168

114

100

73

49

19

13

Divorced

83

67

66

55

50

33

26

33

Not stated

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

229

TABLE 16
FEMALE POPULATION 14 - 54 YEARS OLD, BY AGE GROUP AND UNION STATUS,
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
FEMALE
UNION STATUS
ALL AGES

14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

405,510

8,471

48,577

56,788

61,197

Married and living with spouse

136,326

35

885

6,635

16,889

45,664

1,749

7,061

9,366

3,007

455

1,043

810

No longer living with spouse

23,514

11

156

609

1,666

No longer with common law partner

17,042

27

451

1,764

2,712

124,814

6,174

35,898

30,293

20,994

55,142

2,218

8,983

9,384

8,760

TRINIDAD

386,897

8,087

46,252

54,333

58,423

Married and living with spouse

131,504

35

866

6,510

16,450

43,437

1,703

6,774

8,886

Common Law and living with partner


Visiting partner

Never had a spouse or common law partner


Not Stated

Common Law and living with partner


Visiting partner

2,696

415

941

730

No longer living with spouse

22,390

10

148

596

1,591

No longer with common law partner

16,078

26

428

1,657

2,574

117,222

5,849

33,908

28,673

19,716

53,570

2,162

8,783

9,181

8,476

18,613

384

2,325

2,455

2,774

Married and living with spouse

4,822

18

125

439

Common Law and living with partner

2,227

46

286

480

312

39

101

80

1,124

12

74

964

23

107

138

Never had a spouse or common law partner

7,592

325

1,991

1,620

1,278

Not Stated

1,571

57

200

203

283

Never had a spouse or common law partner


Not Stated

TOBAGO

Visiting partner
No longer living with spouse
No longer with common law partner

230

AGE GROUP

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TABLE 16
FEMALE POPULATION 14 - 54 YEARS OLD, BY AGE GROUP AND UNION STATUS,
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
FEMALE
AGE GROUP

UNION STATUS

30 - 34

35 - 39

40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

51,641

45,645

42,642

47,385

43,164

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

20,987

21,990

22,036

24,834

22,034

Married and living with spouse

7,677

6,048

5,084

4,984

3,691

Common Law and living with partner

407

219

58

13

Visiting partner

2,531

3,263

3,974

5,295

6,009

No longer living with spouse

2,679

2,289

2,139

2,617

2,364

No longer with common law partner

10,802

6,702

5,004

4,967

3,979

Never had a spouse or common law partner

6,557

5,132

4,346

4,676

5,086

Not Stated

49,258

43,526

40,678

45,107

41,233

TRINIDAD

20,326

21,177

21,189

23,810

21,140

Married and living with spouse

7,273

5,743

4,829

4,714

3,511

Common Law and living with partner

355

191

50

10

Visiting partner

2,402

3,092

3,787

5,050

5,713

No longer living with spouse

2,520

2,165

2,019

2,463

2,224

No longer with common law partner

10,044

6,186

4,608

4,535

3,704

Never had a spouse or common law partner

6,338

4,972

4,195

4,525

4,938

Not Stated

2,383

2,119

1,965

2,278

1,931

TOBAGO

661

814

847

1,024

893

Married and living with spouse

404

305

255

270

180

Common Law and living with partner

52

28

Visiting partner

129

171

187

245

295

No longer living with spouse

158

124

120

153

140

No longer with common law partner

759

516

396

432

275

Never had a spouse or common law partner

219

160

151

151

147

Not Stated

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

231

TABLE 17
NUMBER OF LIVE BORN CHILDREN EVER HAD FOR FEMALES 14 - 54 YEARS OLD BY AGE
GROUP, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
SEX AND NUMBER OF LIVE BIRTHS

All Ages

14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

48,577

34,034
2,367
323
34
3
11,815

56,788

30,873
11,071
3,771
792
164
50
8
2
1
10,056

61,197

23,042
15,275
9,166
3,241
1,124
341
118
40
7
5
1
8,838

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

405,510

BOTH SEXES
None
One
Two
Three
Four
Five
Six
Seven
Eight
Nine
Ten
Eleven Plus
Not Stated

129,709
68,256
70,045
38,277
19,017
8,904
4,719
2,335
1,267
601
397
360
61,624

8,471

5,667
2,804

184,957
92,404
43,265
15,209
5,110
1,879
652
254
93
24
17
22
61,624

5,667
2,804

35,275
1,378
104
5
11,815

37,191
8,021
1,313
186
19
3
10,056

33,207
13,926
4,068
933
190
28
7
8,838

189,625
91,258
41,262
14,312
4,757
1,644
606
257
105
26
14
22
61,624

5,667
2,804

35,334
1,331
89
6
1
11,815

37,711
7,594
1,243
154
28
3
10,056

33,851
13,501
3,949
855
170
24
9
1
8,838

MALE
None
One
Two
Three
Four
Five
Six
Seven
Eight
Nine
Ten
Eleven Plus
Not Stated
FEMALE
None
One
Two
Three
Four
Five
Six
Seven
Eight
Nine
Ten
Eleven Plus
Not Stated

232

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TABLE 17
NUMBER OF LIVE BORN CHILDREN EVER HAD FOR FEMALES 14 - 54 YEARS OLD BY AGE
GROUP, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
Age Group
30 - 34

35 - 39

40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

51,641

12,805
12,263
11,655
5,049
2,073
814
353
129
61
23
15
14
6,387

45,645

8,020
8,990
12,198
6,207
2,778
1,173
612
272
140
66
26
26
5,136

42,642

5,689
6,820
11,308
6,904
3,500
1,605
856
442
243
115
76
68
5,017

47,385

5,368
6,351
11,988
8,399
4,650
2,389
1,307
693
394
179
124
114
5,431

43,164

4,212
5,118
9,636
7,652
4,724
2,533
1,465
757
421
214
155
138
6,140

22,268
14,789
5,925
1,705
404
96
44
9
2
3
2
6
6,387

16,250
13,948
7,040
2,243
698
213
80
22
6
3
2
3
5,136

12,715
13,284
7,390
2,743
938
363
101
59
23
1
3
5
5,017

12,403
14,602
9,021
3,652
1,387
565
200
81
26
9
2
6
5,431

9,982
12,456
8,405
3,741
1,475
610
220
83
36
7
7
2
6,140

23,037
14,498
5,663
1,520
374
106
31
10
8
5
1
2
6,387

16,915
14,023
6,609
2,071
601
201
46
24
10
2
5
2
5,136

13,315
13,087
7,239
2,593
857
315
122
59
24
6
2
6
5,017

13,064
14,732
8,527
3,539
1,345
453
181
70
26
7
1
7
5,431

10,730
12,492
7,943
3,575
1,381
541
217
92
36
7
5
5
6,140

SEX AND NUMBER OF LIVE BIRTHS

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO


BOTH SEXES
None
One
Two
Three
Four
Five
Six
Seven
Eight
Nine
Ten
Eleven Plus
Not Stated
MALE
None
One
Two
Three
Four
Five
Six
Seven
Eight
Nine
Ten
Eleven Plus
Not Stated
FEMALE
None
One
Two
Three
Four
Five
Six
Seven
Eight
Nine
Ten
Eleven Plus
Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

233

TABLE 18
INTERNAL MIGRANTS BY SEX, USUAL PLACE OF RESIDENCE
AND PLACE OF RESIDENCE TEN YEARS AGO
BOTH SEXES
USUAL
PLACE OF
RESIDENCE

Trinidad
and
Tobago

Trinidad

City of
Port of
Spain

City of
San
Fernando

Borough
of Arima

Borough of
Chaguanas

Borough
of Point
Fortin

Couva/
Tabaquite/
Talparo

Diego
Martin

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

1114,773

952,615

32,651

38,707

25,915

58,582

14,713

134,441

77,162

TRINIDAD

1011,465

942,440

32,178

38,187

25,412

58,021

14,288

133,169

76,555

City of Port
of Spain

28,971

27,129

24,479

55

91

53

18

64

847

City of San
Fernando

38,951

35,371

63

31,241

32

113

97

1,076

58

Borough of
Arima

26,272

24,240

182

45

20,076

59

130

150

Borough of
Chaguanas

66,380

62,584

550

396

227

50,646

72

4,427

573

Borough of
Point Fortin

15,045

13,846

34

44

13

11,654

47

11

Couva/
Tabaquite/
Talparo

145,118

137,235

457

1,638

415

4,289

135

121,138

434

Diego Martin

80,974

76,769

2,301

164

173

187

32

185

70,514

Mayaro/ Rio
Claro

29,078

27,078

30

56

27

60

36

726

18

Penal/Debe

73,265

69,086

50

1,643

25

126

85

866

44

Princes
Town

82,178

77,288

78

1,888

47

153

78

1,663

80

123,516

117,535

2,343

216

478

392

101

438

2,149

Sangre
Grande

61,349

59,115

256

63

842

153

49

304

231

Siparia

71,173

68,201

108

461

62

96

1,822

471

82

Tunapuna/
Piarco

169,149

146,950

1,246

277

2,911

1,682

104

1,634

1,363

TOBAGO

48,081

2,794

245

108

141

123

45

145

317

Not Stated

55,273

7,395

229

413

362

438

379

1,127

290

TRINIDAD
AND
TOBAGO

San Juan /
Laventille

234

PLACE OF RESIDENCE TEN YEARS AGO

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 18
INTERNAL MIGRANTS BY SEX, USUAL PLACE OF RESIDENCE
AND PLACE OF RESIDENCE TEN YEARS AGO
BOTH SEXES
USUAL
PLACE OF
RESIDENCE

PLACE OF RESIDENCE TEN YEARS AGO


Mayaro/
Rio
Claro

Penal/
Debe

Princes
Town

San
Juan/
Laventille

Sangre
Grande

Siparia

Tunapuna/
Piarco

Tobago

Not
Stated

Total

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

(19)

28,380

69,284

76,864

122,605

57,600

69,581

146,166

44,515

117,644

64,670

TRINIDAD
AND
TOBAGO

28,173

68,317

75,873

120,970

57,170

69,048

145,113

1,578

67,447

63,999

TRINIDAD

23

21

38

1,013

47

30

351

65

1,777

47

City of Port
of Spain

84

910

864

123

37

531

144

54

3,527

153

City of San
Fernando

36

13

650

358

55

2,473

50

1,981

852

Borough of
Arima

196

225

247

1,835

175

226

2,790

87

3,709

7,167

Borough of
Chaguanas

45

44

38

53

1,819

30

13

1,187

3,112

Borough of
Point Fortin

999

879

1,623

1,445

419

715

2,650

139

7,744

7,247

Couva/
Tabaquite/
Talparo

35

82

64

1,939

147

81

866

154

4,051

102

Diego Martin

25,261

78

166

85

401

33

101

22

1,979

3,078

Mayaro/ Rio
Claro

166

57,799

5,460

109

51

2,544

143

47

4,132

12,262

Penal/Debe

315

5,596

66,545

176

63

424

183

50

4,840

12,303

Princes
Town

137

102

143

106,356

415

210

4,054

309

5,672

2,524

San Juan /
Laventille

560

46

78

920

53,698

73

1,842

79

2,155

504

Sangre
Grande

97

2,302

354

172

62

61,966

157

43

2,929

5,930

Siparia

219

222

240

6,094

1,291

338

129,328

442

21,757

8,718

Tunapuna/
Piarco

51

84

128

729

123

94

461

42,825

2,462

81

TOBAGO

156

888

863

908

307

441

593

137

47,741

591

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

235

TABLE 18
INTERNAL MIGRANTS BY SEX, USUAL PLACE OF RESIDENCE
AND PLACE OF RESIDENCE TEN YEARS AGO
MALE
USUAL PLACE
OF RESIDENCE

PLACE OF RESIDENCE TEN YEARS AGO


Trinidad
and
Tobago

Trinidad

(1)

(2)

City of
City of San Borough
Port of
Fernando of Arima
Spain
(3)

(4)

(5)

Borough of
Chaguanas

Borough
of Point
Fortin

Couva/
Tabaquite/
Talparo

Diego
Martin

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

556,632

476,160

15,305

18,882

12,795

29,308

7,323

68,288

37,586

504,342

471,255

15,096

18,636

12,565

29,048

7,102

67,668

37,292

City of Port of
Spain

13,674

12,737

11,547

23

51

16

11

30

387

City of San
Fernando

18,827

17,219

24

15,368

20

58

47

470

27

Borough of Arima

12,910

11,945

96

20

10,010

26

58

73

Borough of
Chaguanas

32,996

31,152

248

193

107

25,589

28

2,059

279

Borough of Point
Fortin

7,414

6,851

15

22

5,827

18

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

73,733

69,830

221

794

208

2,029

66

62,295

200

Diego Martin

39,253

37,300

1,048

77

83

96

14

68

34,485

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

15,164

14,214

14

15

25

19

364

Penal/Debe

37,236

35,260

24

764

12

50

38

334

26

Princes Town

42,043

39,744

39

896

28

61

45

738

38

San Juan /
Laventille

60,691

57,758

1,065

96

224

186

38

177

979

Sangre Grande

31,594

30,460

131

27

412

70

22

136

112

Siparia

36,300

34,848

52

210

24

40

902

194

46

Tunapuna/ Piarco

82,487

71,930

569

131

1,375

793

44

726

627

TOBAGO

23,801

1,259

103

41

67

52

17

67

165

Not Stated

28,508

3,653

108

205

164

208

204

552

129

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

TRINIDAD

236

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 18
INTERNAL MIGRANTS BY SEX, USUAL PLACE OF RESIDENCE
AND PLACE OF RESIDENCE TEN YEARS AGO
MALE
PLACE OF RESIDENCE TEN YEARS AGO
Mayaro/
Penal/
Rio
Debe
Claro
(10)

(11)

Princes San Juan/ Sangre


Town Laventille Grande
(12)

(13)

(14)

USUAL PLACE
OF RESIDENCE

Siparia

Tunapuna/
Piarco

Tobago

Not
Stated

Total

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

(19)

14,789 35,304

39,595

60,357

29,534

35,315

71,798

22,141

14,685 34,825

39,090

59,571

29,318

35,079

71,298

738

58,331 33,245

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

32,349 32,909

TRINIDAD

13

19

453

11

12

154

34

903

24

City of Port of
Spain

43

388

387

58

16

240

71

25

1,583

61

City of San
Fernando

15

309

137

28

1,159

17

948

431

Borough of Arima

74

81

123

881

78

90

1,322

47

1,798

3,624

Borough of
Chaguanas

20

13

15

22

865

17

558

1,547

Borough of Point
Fortin

489

351

730

700

179

292

1,274

72

3,832

3,674

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

14

40

19

878

65

33

380

66

1,886

39

Diego Martin

13,355

38

64

35

202

11

55

14

935

80 29,874

2,776

51

21

1,167

55

20

1,957

6,400

Penal/Debe

1,681 Mayaro/ Rio Claro

129

2,793

34,601

78

32

187

79

28

2,271

6,430

Princes Town

46

34

64

52,694

195

89

1,873

139

2,794

1,272

San Juan /
Laventille

279

18

25

487

27,806

31

904

43

1,091

249

Sangre Grande

46

1,099

166

76

26

31,903

71

19

1,433

3,024

Siparia

82

81

92

2,848

548

130

63,885

201

10,355

4,454

Tunapuna/ Piarco

25

35

59

324

60

34

210

21,337

1,205

35

TOBAGO

79

446

447

463

155

203

289

74

24,781

301

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

237

TABLE 18
INTERNAL MIGRANTS BY SEX, USUAL PLACE OF RESIDENCE
AND PLACE OF RESIDENCE TEN YEARS AGO
FEMALE
USUAL PLACE
OF RESIDENCE

PLACE OF RESIDENCE TEN YEARS AGO


Trinidad
and
Tobago

Trinidad

City of
Port of
Spain

(1)

(2)

(3)

City of
Borough
Couva/
Borough Borough of
San
of Point Tabaquite/
of Arima Chaguanas
Fernando
Fortin
Talparo
(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

Diego
Martin
(9)

558,142

476,455

17,345

19,825

13,120

29,274

7,389

66,153

39,576

507,123

471,185

17,082

19,551

12,847

28,973

7,186

65,501

39,263

City of Port of
Spain

15,297

14,392

12,932

32

40

36

33

460

City of San
Fernando

20,124

18,152

39

15,873

11

55

50

606

31

Borough of Arima

13,362

12,295

85

25

10,066

33

72

76

Borough of
Chaguanas

33,383

31,432

302

203

120

25,057

44

2,369

295

Borough of Point
Fortin

7,631

6,995

19

22

5,827

29

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

71,386

67,406

236

844

207

2,260

69

58,843

235

Diego Martin

41,722

39,469

1,252

87

90

92

18

117

36,029

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

13,915

12,863

16

41

18

35

17

362

Penal/Debe

36,029

33,826

26

879

13

76

46

532

18

Princes Town

40,135

37,544

39

992

19

92

33

925

41

San Juan /
Laventille

62,825

59,776

1,278

120

254

207

64

261

1,170

Sangre Grande

29,755

28,655

125

35

429

83

27

168

120

Siparia

34,873

33,352

56

252

38

55

920

277

36

Tunapuna/ Piarco

86,662

75,019

677

146

1,537

889

61

907

737

TOBAGO

24,280

1,535

143

66

74

71

28

78

151

Not Stated

26,765

3,742

121

208

198

230

175

575

162

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

TRINIDAD

238

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 18
INTERNAL MIGRANTS BY SEX, USUAL PLACE OF RESIDENCE
AND PLACE OF RESIDENCE TEN YEARS AGO
FEMALE
PLACE OF RESIDENCE TEN YEARS AGO
Mayaro/
Rio Claro

Penal/
Debe

Princes
Town

(10)

(11)

(12)

San
Sangre
Juan/
Grande
Laventille
(13)

(14)

Siparia
(15)

USUAL PLACE OF
RESIDENCE

Tunapuna/
Tobago
Piarco
(16)

(17)

Not
Stated

Total

(18)

(19)

13,591

33,980

37,269

62,248

28,066

34,265

74,368

22,374

59,312 31,425

TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO

13,487

33,492

36,783

61,399

27,852

33,969

73,815

840

10

12

19

560

35

18

198

31

874

41

521

477

64

20

291

73

28

1,943

91

City of San
Fernando

20

340

220

27

1,314

33

1,033

421

Borough of Arima

122

144

124

953

97

136

1,467

40

1,911

3,543

Borough of
Chaguanas

26

30

23

31

954

12

629

1,566

Borough of Point
Fortin

509

527

893

745

240

422

1,376

67

3,913

3,573

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

22

42

45

1,061

82

48

486

88

2,165

64

Diego Martin

11,906

41

103

50

199

22

46

1,044

1,397

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

86

27,925

2,684

58

30

1,377

88

28

2,175

5,862

Penal/Debe

186

2,803

31,944

98

31

237

104

21

2,569

5,874

Princes Town

91

68

79

53,662

221

122

2,181

170

2,878

1,252

San Juan /
Laventille

281

29

53

433

25,892

42

938

35

1,064

255

Sangre Grande

51

1,203

187

96

36

30,064

86

24

1,496

2,906

Siparia

136

141

148

3,247

743

208

65,443

241

11,402

4,264

Tunapuna/ Piarco

26

49

69

405

63

60

251

21,488

1,257

46

TOBAGO

78

441

416

445

152

238

304

63

22,960

290

Not Stated

35,097 31,089

TRINIDAD

23 City of Port of Spain

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

239

TABLE 19
USUAL RESIDENTS BORN ABROAD BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND COUNTRY OF BIRTH
BOTH SEXES
COUNTRY OF
BIRTH
All
Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

48,783

2,325

2,985

2,520

2,252

2,448

2,826

3,657

3,433

Barbados

1,044

13

23

24

28

35

50

54

40

Canada

1,741

187

195

173

257

249

124

154

112

Cuba

76

14

16

China

848

10

10

13

32

58

94

107

102

Germany

249

14

14

10

17

Grenada

7,851

22

50

50

60

82

114

213

296

Guyana

9,626

107

245

408

443

864

1,076

1,288

1,029

940

19

38

30

36

22

67

122

109

1,466

27

41

71

66

90

145

175

151

Nigeria

492

10

34

25

17

14

52

84

88

Philippines

339

14

23

11

22

51

58

St. Lucia

863

11

14

33

49

50

39

55

St. Vincent

6,296

23

43

69

63

79

130

233

250

U.K.

2,319

152

166

150

125

84

97

129

182

U.S.A.

5,677

1,313

1,527

960

580

309

171

155

126

Venezuela

1,696

32

68

90

114

116

173

239

190

Other Country

2,993

95

141

122

117

130

204

289

297

Not Stated

4,265

292

372

290

255

249

241

302

313

Total

India
Jamaica

240

AGE GROUP

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 19
USUAL RESIDENTS BORN ABROAD BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND COUNTRY OF BIRTH
BOTH SEXES
COUNTRY OF
BIRTH

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

3,044

3,424

3,999

3,390

2,669

2,346

2,764

2,042

2,659

Total

47

44

57

73

65

80

129

88

196

Barbados

60

43

40

38

47

27

15

13

Canada

19

Cuba

76

48

55

52

69

24

28

31

38

China

19

26

28

14

14

20

22

14

Germany

271

505

946

929

681

672

1,051

809

1,101

Grenada

896

954

866

540

330

206

147

93

133

Guyana

79

88

81

80

66

39

26

18

22

India

140

128

108

74

71

65

55

27

32

Jamaica

72

38

24

15

Nigeria

43

33

22

18

13

Philippines

33

35

61

64

51

58

137

76

88

St. Lucia

291

554

805

756

590

616

681

542

571

St. Vincent

259

238

175

145

134

113

61

60

48

U.K.

106

84

93

58

69

55

35

13

24

U.S.A.

147

90

102

85

68

32

42

43

64

Venezuela

232

235

208

198

179

139

139

105

163

Other Country

253

274

322

250

222

186

180

111

151

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

241

TABLE 19
USUAL RESIDENTS BORN ABROAD BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND COUNTRY OF BIRTH
MALE
COUNTRY OF
BIRTH

All
Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

23,365

1,161

1,541

1,283

1,142

1,203

1,416

1,855

1,703

Barbados

492

14

13

13

25

26

17

Canada

887

96

102

85

124

128

63

89

54

Cuba

44

China

463

17

31

51

50

58

Germany

126

Grenada

3,405

11

23

25

28

36

41

110

145

Guyana

4,460

56

120

215

222

433

530

675

475

India

544

23

13

23

13

35

73

63

Jamaica

759

10

28

38

32

55

85

97

88

Nigeria

313

16

14

10

26

51

58

Philippines

166

15

26

30

St. Lucia

409

18

17

23

19

27

St. Vincent

2,756

19

39

30

27

65

92

96

U.K.

1,228

76

73

82

61

42

55

56

102

U.S.A.

2,928

658

785

477

297

158

88

72

67

720

17

36

55

56

54

77

97

75

Other Country

1,587

43

85

69

68

67

118

144

169

Not Stated

2,079

145

200

139

134

115

115

168

170

Total

Venezuela

242

AGE GROUP

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 19
USUAL RESIDENTS BORN ABROAD BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND COUNTRY OF BIRTH
MALE
COUNTRY OF
BIRTH

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

1,419

1,535

1,852

1,524

1,292

1,085

1,322

929

1,102

Total

24

18

31

39

28

40

57

41

92

Barbados

34

19

19

18

26

10

10

Canada

15

Cuba

50

26

26

27

42

16

16

19

18

China

17

18

11

10

13

Germany

99

206

411

388

313

290

493

357

427

Grenada

372

386

359

227

155

84

68

34

49

Guyana

50

52

46

47

43

19

17

11

India

73

66

60

30

33

27

21

Jamaica

51

27

22

10

Nigeria

25

15

Philippines

11

23

28

26

26

83

43

36

St. Lucia

112

234

345

321

261

282

312

257

255

St. Vincent

126

126

97

85

75

74

34

38

25

U.K.

66

50

65

26

50

32

19

10

U.S.A.

57

35

42

33

23

17

13

25

Venezuela

134

117

113

106

93

72

70

43

74

Other Country

113

121

164

123

105

83

87

45

52

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

243

TABLE 19
USUAL RESIDENTS BORN ABROAD BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND COUNTRY OF BIRTH
FEMALE
COUNTRY OF
BIRTH

All
Ages

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

30 - 34

35 - 39

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

25,417

1,163

1,444

1,237

1,110

1,244

1,409

1,802

1,729

Barbados

552

15

10

16

23

25

27

23

Canada

854

91

92

88

133

122

61

65

58

Cuba

32

10

China

385

15

27

43

57

44

Germany

123

11

11

Grenada

4,447

10

27

25

32

46

73

102

151

Guyana

5,166

51

125

192

221

432

546

613

555

India

396

11

15

17

14

32

49

47

Jamaica

707

17

13

33

34

35

59

79

64

Nigeria

179

18

11

26

33

30

Philippines

173

16

25

28

St. Lucia

454

15

32

27

19

27

St. Vincent

3,540

14

24

31

33

51

65

141

155

U.K.

1,091

76

93

68

64

42

42

73

80

U.S.A.

2,749

655

742

483

282

150

83

83

59

977

15

32

35

58

63

96

142

115

Other Country

1,406

52

56

52

49

63

85

146

129

Not Stated

2,187

148

172

151

121

134

126

133

143

Total

Venezuela

244

AGE GROUP

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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 19
USUAL RESIDENTS BORN ABROAD BY SEX, AGE GROUP AND COUNTRY OF BIRTH
FEMALE
COUNTRY OF
BIRTH

AGE GROUP
40 - 44

45 - 49

50 - 54

55 - 59

60 - 64

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 - 79

80+

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

1,625

1,890

2,147

1,866

1,377

1,262

1,441

1,113

1,557

Total

23

26

26

34

36

40

72

47

104

Barbados

26

24

20

19

21

17

Canada

Cuba

26

22

28

25

27

13

11

19

China

11

10

11

Germany

172

299

535

541

368

381

558

452

674

Grenada

524

568

508

313

175

122

79

59

84

Guyana

28

35

35

33

23

19

10

India

67

62

48

44

38

38

34

19

24

Jamaica

20

10

Nigeria

18

18

13

11

Philippines

24

24

39

35

25

32

54

33

51

St. Lucia

180

320

460

435

329

334

369

285

316

St. Vincent

132

112

78

59

59

39

27

23

23

U.K.

40

34

28

32

19

23

16

14

U.S.A.

90

55

60

52

46

24

25

31

39

Venezuela

98

117

96

92

85

67

68

61

89

Other Country

140

154

158

128

117

102

93

66

99

Not Stated

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

245

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY AND AGE
GROUP
TOTAL
(1)
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

(2)

(3)

(4)

19,277

41,358

(5)

393,762

Post
Secondary
(6)

546,435

30,223

0-4

94,033

29,553

601

5-9

91,140

2,262

8,267

79,538

10 - 14

87,673

1,112

2,127

45,099

38,608

15 - 19

98,001

636

166

6,319

75,471

3,900

20 - 24

113,771

654

98

5,546

67,234

4,079

25 - 29

123,008

845

102

13,740

68,576

3,819

30 - 34

105,161

855

77

13,525

58,982

3,075

35 - 39

92,183

828

69

12,916

52,830

2,581

40 - 44

85,832

995

56

17,304

46,980

2,306

45 - 49

95,750

1,428

119

29,678

44,272

2,490

50 - 54

86,901

1,240

130

36,412

30,301

2,464

55 - 59

73,005

1,203

138

33,157

23,233

2,020
1,437

60 - 64

58,442

1,273

125

29,324

16,685

65 - 69

44,383

1,364

107

24,840

10,611

928

70 - 74

30,096

1,351

82

18,667

5,615

510

75 -79

20,559

1,202

72

12,787

3,724

315

80+

22,608

2,031

69

14,312

3,311

298

1,261,811

19,002

39,416

372,491

522,738

28,981

TRINIDAD

246

1,322,546

BOTH SEXES
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Nursery
None
Primary
Secondary
Kinder-Garten

0-4

89,202

27,877

550

5-9

86,677

2,221

8,053

75,350

10 - 14

83,494

1,099

2,101

42,901

36,684

15 - 19

93,316

625

166

6,173

71,421

3,799

20 - 24

108,760

636

97

5,312

63,905

3,925

25 - 29

117,659

832

101

12,881

65,673

3,642

30 - 34

100,491

834

73

12,537

56,646

2,931

35 - 39

88,128

810

68

11,987

50,795

2,466

40 - 44

82,010

976

52

16,244

45,085

2,191

45 - 49

91,178

1,400

117

27,834

42,491

2,342

50 - 54

82,949

1,227

129

34,540

29,046

2,348

55 - 59

69,934

1,193

133

31,631

22,353

1,957
1,398

60 - 64

55,955

1,254

124

27,932

16,123

65 - 69

42,502

1,348

106

23,668

10,263

904

70 - 74

28,656

1,339

80

17,648

5,445

486

75 -79

19,506

1,192

71

11,994

3,599

299

80+

21,396

2,016

68

13,311

3,208

294

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
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TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Tertiary/ Non
Tertiary/
Other
Not Applicable
University
University
(7)

(8)

81,441

(9)

(10)

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP
Not Stated
(11)

111,688

13,095

63,879

21,388

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO


0-4

63,879

1,074

5-9

728

10 - 14

5,086

4,707

941

775

15 - 19

13,526

19,703

1,722

1,210

20 - 24

13,954

18,521

1,812

1,638

25 - 29

11,329

14,215

1,416

1,686

30 - 34
35 - 39

8,636

11,577

1,068

1,677

6,549

9,036

943

1,662

40 - 44

6,058

8,548

1,183

1,974

45 - 49

5,282

7,789

1,257

2,026

50 - 54

4,179

6,426

919

1,729

55 - 59

2,823

4,605

701

1,470

60 - 64

1,853

3,044

498

1,139

65 - 69

1,041

1,717

262

852

70 - 74

625

1,030

163

640

75 -79

499

770

210

1,109

80+

78,735

106,485

12,171

60,775

21,016

TRINIDAD
0-4

60,775

1,053

5-9

709

10 - 14

4,969

4,520

881

762

15 - 19

13,129

18,957

1,610

1,190

20 - 24

13,503

17,735

1,685

1,606

25 - 29

10,944

13,539

1,322

1,664

30 - 34

8,336

11,042

976

1,648

35 - 39

6,333

8,630

867

1,631

40 - 44

5,839

8,148

1,080

1,927

45 - 49

5,084

7,422

1,165

1,989

50 - 54

4,030

6,066

869

1,703

55 - 59

2,697

4,319

652

1,456

60 - 64

1,787

2,828

475

1,124

65 - 69

998

1,580

242

838

70 - 74

600

972

148

631

75 -79

487

726

200

1,086

80+

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

247

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Nursery
None
KinderPrimary
Secondary
Garten

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP
TOTAL
(1)
City of Port of Spain

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

35,914

359

915

8,444

16,242

842

0-4

2,285

675

11

5-9

2,251

38

191

1,989

10 - 14

2,150

22

32

1,130

943

15 - 19

2,358

17

114

1,901

60

20 - 24

2,748

16

100

1,663

92

25 - 29

3,103

20

250

1,727

74

30 - 34

2,519

22

179

1,430

65

35 - 39

2,108

133

1,253

59

40 - 44

1,990

175

1,184

59

45 - 49

2,266

26

405

1,173

79

50 - 54

2,471

30

602

1,152

72

55 - 59

2,352

32

634

1,048

67

60 - 64

2,117

22

668

863

63

65 - 69

1,626

25

529

651

50

70 - 74

1,190

26

477

431

36

75 -79
80+
City of San Fernando

248

(2)

Post
Secondary

971

16

404

354

27

1,409

32

642

469

39

48,635

601

1,313

11,644

19,670

1,516

0-4

3,122

1,032

17

5-9

3,138

60

227

2,809

10 - 14

2,959

50

34

1,505

1,361

15 - 19

3,276

24

153

2,488

139

20 - 24

3,876

20

104

1,933

182

25 - 29

4,367

20

253

2,206

162

30 - 34

3,819

14

194

2,025

150

35 - 39

3,217

15

187

1,844

107

40 - 44

2,852

20

299

1,582

114

45 - 49

3,368

50

610

1,612

121

50 - 54

3,384

31

923

1,325

151

55 - 59

2,901

35

875

1,052

122

60 - 64

2,526

44

888

851

92

65 - 69

2,009

51

826

612

77

70 - 74

1,380

35

691

330

41

75 -79

1,039

51

512

208

28

80+

1,401

79

798

238

30

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
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TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP

Tertiary/
Non
University

Tertiary/
University

Other

Not
Applicable

Not Stated

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

1,922

3,776

548

1,598

1,268

City of Port of Spain

1,598

0-4

33

5-9

24

10 - 14

108

104

17

35

15 - 19

291

470

55

60

20 - 24

310

542

66

110

25 - 29

220

443

63

99

30 - 34

190

322

40

102

35 - 39

142

295

36

84

40 - 44

142

310

43

88

45 - 49

131

319

41

124

50 - 54

109

303

52

106

55 - 59

99

247

42

114

60 - 64

66

187

27

89

65 - 69

57

83

26

52

70 - 74

26

69

15

57

75 -79

30

83

24

90

80+

4,227

5,674

577

2,073

1,341

City of San Fernando

2,073

0-4

42

5-9

10 - 14

207

182

44

33

15 - 19

583

913

76

64

20 - 24

684

879

59

104

25 - 29

534

760

47

94

30 - 34

409

526

26

102

35 - 39

319

388

32

96

40 - 44

347

421

58

148

45 - 49

338

417

64

133

50 - 54

255

402

41

117

55 - 59

201

305

40

104

60 - 64

132

191

33

85

65 - 69

87

133

13

48

70 - 74

77

84

11

64

75 -79

54

72

33

99

80+

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

249

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Nursery
None
KinderPrimary
Secondary
Garten

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP
TOTAL

Borough of Arima

329

980

8,382

13,341

1,182

0-4

2,321

749

17

5-9

2,313

56

175

2,033

10 - 14

2,130

28

23

1,040

991

15 - 19

2,260

16

90

1,727

102

20 - 24

2,817

85

1,397

161

25 - 29

3,056

10

211

1,456

125

30 - 34

2,765

14

229

1,381

138

35 - 39

2,295

14

222

1,199

100

40 - 44

2,121

10

316

1,094

100

45 - 49

2,394

18

512

1,153

107

50 - 54

2,120

16

639

881

91

55 - 59

1,970

16

637

716

80

60 - 64

1,623

26

578

569

84

65 - 69

1,210

15

559

376

52

70 - 74

813

22

466

178

25

75 -79

527

17

322

116

80+

669

46

425

108

14

83,489

1,204

2,575

22,782

34,068

1,781

Borough of Chaguanas

250

33,404

Post
Secondary

0-4

5,800

1,858

38

5-9

5,696

139

517

4,923

10 - 14

5,342

76

114

2,585

2,490

15 - 19

6,172

52

361

4,586

328

20 - 24

6,965

35

361

3,809

212

25 - 29

8,230

47

892

4,321

236

30 - 34

7,432

60

931

4,002

171

35 - 39

6,644

65

974

3,491

180

40 - 44

5,966

56

1,120

3,081

129

45 - 49

6,210

66

1,681

2,928

131

50 - 54

5,408

76

13

1,959

1,970

130

55 - 59

4,523

72

1,945

1,473

107

60 - 64

3,429

84

11

1,690

933

73

65 - 69

2,494

91

11

1,347

544

47

70 - 74

1,562

88

10

945

255

26

75 -79

837

69

546

116

80+

779

127

482

67

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Tertiary/
Non
University

Tertiary/
University

Not
Applicable

Other

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP
Not Stated

2,698

3,925

459

1,555

554

Borough of Arima

1,555

0-4

49

5-9

47

10 - 14

137

143

16

27

15 - 19

411

670

50

33

20 - 24

460

702

55

32

25 - 29

373

517

69

43

30 - 34

282

402

42

31

35 - 39

245

289

36

30

40 - 44

219

293

39

49

45 - 49

170

242

42

36

50 - 54

159

280

32

48

55 - 59

102

188

34

41

60 - 64

79

89

18

22

65 - 69

33

51

11

26

70 - 74

13

31

18

75 -79

16

27

10

23

80+

5,792

8,731

702

3,904

1,949

Borough of Chaguanas

3,904

0-4

117

5-9

77

10 - 14

351

377

40

75

15 - 19

905

1,445

74

123

20 - 24

974

1,505

91

159

25 - 29

805

1,198

79

184

30 - 34

681

990

72

186

35 - 39

520

820

59

180

40 - 44

495

663

55

188

45 - 49

398

609

76

176

50 - 54

253

466

65

133

55 - 59

168

328

36

104

60 - 64

137

191

33

93

65 - 69

60

96

16

66

70 - 74

28

32

24

75 -79

16

14

63

80+

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251

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY AND AGE
GROUP
TOTAL
(1)
Borough of Point Fortin

(2)

(4)
729

1,597

1,455

19

10 - 14

1,338

10

15 - 19

1,536

20 - 24

1,861

5-9

20,161

(3)
307

0-4

Post
Secondary

(5)

(6)

5,565

7,648

855

558

142

1,287

15

762

546

51

1,154

97

32

1,028

125

25 - 29

2,010

19

83

1,124

122

30 - 34

1,492

15

79

828

73

35 - 39

1,245

19

82

688

72

40 - 44

1,116

20

211

562

67

45 - 49

1,458

28

368

639

87

50 - 54

1,308

25

530

379

83

55 - 59

1,125

19

487

295

59

60 - 64

858

32

435

192

25

65 - 69

518

10

312

93

15

70 - 74

442

14

303

46

10

75 -79

337

15

227

41

80+

466

42

313

34

13

178,160

2,746

5,423

57,548

73,069

4,709

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo
0-4

252

BOTH SEXES
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Nursery
None
KinderPrimary
Secondary
Garten

12,681

4,180

60

5-9

12,056

223

884

10,856

10 - 14

11,580

118

186

5,836

5,357

15 - 19

13,026

91

10

726

10,097

628

20 - 24

15,299

83

10

906

8,931

635

25 - 29

17,245

127

2,309

9,685

641

30 - 34

14,817

142

2,237

8,398

499

35 - 39

13,135

109

2,230

7,573

413

40 - 44

12,369

135

2,911

6,865

389

45 - 49

13,709

220

22

5,098

6,120

402

50 - 54

11,928

186

18

5,776

3,827

418

55 - 59

9,891

176

24

5,145

2,800

308

60 - 64

7,402

176

15

4,360

1,736

189

65 - 69

5,423

245

13

3,653

896

100

70 - 74

3,354

219

2,418

402

46

75 -79

2,150

200

11

1,534

241

22

80+

2,095

294

1,492

140

19

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NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP

Tertiary/
Non
University

Tertiary/
University

Other

Not
Applicable

Not Stated

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

1,858

1,424

320

1,035

420

Borough of Point Fortin

1,035

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

112

60

48

15 - 19

275

305

69

16

20 - 24

318

277

35

31

25 - 29

256

174

30

35

30 - 34

178

138

30

40

35 - 39

131

81

19

24

40 - 44

151

105

28

50

45 - 49

138

82

33

38

50 - 54

133

77

11

41

55 - 59

79

56

35

60 - 64

33

26

25

65 - 69

27

20

20

70 - 74

14

11

16

75 -79

14

11

34

80+

10,341

12,597

1,460

8,441

1,826

8,441

92

5-9

83

10 - 14

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo
0-4

660

624

118

71

15 - 19

1,727

2,696

194

117

20 - 24

1,910

2,237

182

147

25 - 29

1,486

1,760

159

127

30 - 34

1,203

1,334

105

158

35 - 39

840

963

110

147

40 - 44

701

846

123

179

45 - 49

683

715

143

162

50 - 54

516

631

139

151

55 - 59

311

401

81

133

60 - 64

168

205

54

90

65 - 69

67

105

23

66

70 - 74

39

49

16

38

75 -79

30

33

14

65

80+

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253

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Nursery
None
KinderPrimary
Secondary
Garten

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP
TOTAL

Diego Martin

(2)
817

(3)
3,339

(4)
24,704

(5)
43,707

(6)
2,372

0-4

6,835

2,257

36

5-9

6,839

141

801

5,836

10 - 14

6,752

71

222

3,530

2,880

321

15 - 19

7,295

40

10

404

5,696

20 - 24

8,087

23

239

4,780

294

25 - 29

8,834

35

570

5,013

266

30 - 34

7,361

19

478

4,274

211

35 - 39

6,542

36

372

3,708

196

40 - 44

6,292

39

612

3,311

191

45 - 49

7,282

64

1,490

3,488

187

50 - 54

6,847

55

2,123

2,570

157

55 - 59

5,710

44

1,904

2,101

157

60 - 64

5,086

48

1,761

1,894

118

65 - 69

4,255

57

1,588

1,434

97

70 - 74

3,235

38

1,401

1,017

76

75 -79

2,430

41

1,073

776

39

80+

2,659

67

1,284

763

63

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

254

(1)
102,340

Post
Secondary

35,649

951

1,228

14,146

13,041

706

0-4

2,719

754

5-9

2,678

124

315

2,198

10 - 14

2,644

59

120

1,415

1,007

15 - 19

2,971

41

341

2,211

109

20 - 24

3,401

31

305

2,164

107

25 - 29

3,213

47

776

1,643

99

30 - 34

2,617

23

759

1,327

87

35 - 39

2,342

28

689

1,246

66

40 - 44

2,464

55

946

1,153

71

45 - 49

2,706

74

1,343

1,003

55

50 - 54

2,230

79

1,343

562

42

55 - 59

1,705

73

1,112

326

36

60 - 64

1,310

68

908

216

16

65 - 69

933

56

711

89

70 - 74

798

69

608

50

75 -79

470

43

368

25

80+

445

81

313

18

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TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Tertiary/
Non
University

Tertiary/
University

Not
Applicable

Other

(7)
7,127

(8)
12,548

(9)
1,086

346

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP
Not Stated

(10)
4,541

(11)
2,098

4,541

60

5-9

49

10 - 14

343

75

59

15 - 19

Diego Martin
0-4

972

1,539

122

113

20 - 24

1,017

1,656

154

118

25 - 29

800

1,324

97

155

30 - 34

673

1,301

98

154

35 - 39

649

1,217

79

191

40 - 44

566

1,171

114

196

45 - 49

512

1,124

100

205

50 - 54

419

824

60

196

55 - 59

352

698

61

147

60 - 64

322

550

63

141

65 - 69

201

381

24

94

70 - 74

149

240

23

87

75 -79

149

180

17

133

80+

1,308

1,447

263

1,957

603

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

1,957

0-4

41

5-9

43

10 - 14

101

104

32

25

15 - 19

302

413

54

24

20 - 24

269

277

44

57

25 - 29

173

181

24

41

30 - 34

122

137

17

35

35 - 39

94

85

15

46

40 - 44

73

69

22

66

45 - 49

64

60

22

54

50 - 54

40

52

20

41

55 - 59

32

30

32

60 - 64

15

18

28

65 - 69

15

13

32

70 - 74

15

75 -79

24

80+

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
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255

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Nursery
None
KinderPrimary
Secondary
Garten

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP
TOTAL
(1)
Penal/ Debe

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

89,342

1,983

2,264

27,644

37,803

1,671

0-4

5,916

1,816

39

5-9

5,703

147

327

5,176

10 - 14

5,520

72

64

2,665

2,683

206

15 - 19

6,342

52

390

4,914

20 - 24

7,697

47

439

4,216

234

25 - 29

8,720

68

918

5,027

212

30 - 34

7,347

56

767

4,644

158

35 - 39

6,490

72

858

4,148

108

40 - 44

6,239

108

1,425

3,475

105

45 - 49

7,198

121

2,560

3,327

164
159

50 - 54

6,229

129

10

2,956

2,085

55 - 59

5,013

134

2,590

1,470

116

60 - 64

3,673

146

2,142

855

102

65 - 69

2,988

175

1,982

495

49

70 - 74

1,975

204

1,340

244

23

75 -79

1,162

170

738

125

27

80+

1,129

283

658

93

102,369

2,099

3,068

34,143

42,392

2,177

7,572

2,225

38

5-9

6,919

189

530

6,113

10 - 14

6,848

89

110

3,594

3,012

Princes Town
0-4

256

(2)

Post
Secondary

15 - 19

8,021

43

14

550

6,270

296

20 - 24

9,323

66

520

5,652

359

25 - 29

9,994

90

13

1,351

5,781

337

30 - 34

8,228

92

11

1,253

4,909

239

35 - 39

7,108

96

1,110

4,524

176

40 - 44

6,747

98

1,692

3,918

137

45 - 49

7,715

173

30

3,053

3,367

155

50 - 54

6,512

130

22

3,357

2,089

188

55 - 59

5,346

134

24

3,119

1,320

131

60 - 64

3,952

135

27

2,544

771

71

65 - 69

3,227

190

15

2,281

434

50

70 - 74

2,062

175

1,531

180

20

75 -79

1,340

134

10

1,020

80

11

80+

1,456

264

1,018

87

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
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TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
MUNICIPALITYAND AGE GROUP

Tertiary/
Non
University

Tertiary/
University

Other

Not Applicable

Not Stated

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

5,493

7,069

406

4,062

947

Penal/ Debe

4,062

0-4

54

5-9

36

10 - 14

364

339

30

39

15 - 19

1,070

1,581

51

56

20 - 24

978

1,374

64

80

25 - 29

717

888

43

67

30 - 34

565

626

25

87

35 - 39

471

549

25

79

40 - 44

386

508

40

88

45 - 49

337

430

35

87

50 - 54

278

316

34

71

55 - 59

145

201

22

52

60 - 64

99

131

17

36

65 - 69

49

64

39

70 - 74

24

38

34

75 -79

10

24

44

80+

5,446

5,635

738

5,309

1,363

Princes Town

5,309

0-4

87

5-9

43

10 - 14

362

349

74

63

15 - 19

1,106

1,440

97

76

20 - 24

1,003

1,193

100

126

25 - 29

804

718

76

125

30 - 34

544

500

49

101

35 - 39

385

354

50

110

40 - 44

378

343

63

154

45 - 49

289

241

85

112

50 - 54

242

219

52

104

55 - 59

156

137

39

73

60 - 64

105

72

24

57

65 - 69

46

36

18

46

70 - 74

24

19

34

75 -79

14

52

80+

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
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257

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITYAND AGE
GROUP
TOTAL
(1)
San Juan / Laventille
0-4

(2)

(3)

(4)

Post
Secondary

(5)

(6)

157,021

1,771

5,480

45,388

67,670

3,281

11,951

3,785

58

5-9

11,426

275

1,229

9,759

10 - 14

10,743

130

323

5,761

4,446

15 - 19

11,467

56

19

780

8,895

431

20 - 24

13,403

57

536

8,651

420

25 - 29

15,024

73

1,491

8,985

470

30 - 34

12,639

69

1,408

7,539

359

35 - 39

10,492

67

1,219

6,311

285

40 - 44

9,704

94

10

1,611

5,584

277

45 - 49

10,460

127

10

2,885

5,148

247

50 - 54

9,834

102

3,948

3,698

252

55 - 59

8,452

127

11

3,721

2,993

197

60 - 64

6,721

124

13

3,267

2,180

124

65 - 69

5,012

101

10

2,805

1,318

93

70 - 74

3,759

109

11

2,326

818

61

75 -79

2,763

97

10

1,741

591

31

80+

3,171

161

10

2,073

512

34

Sangre Grande

75,605

1,002

2,331

27,712

30,799

905

0-4

5,910

1,769

28

5-9

5,831

132

406

5,263

10 - 14

5,609

35

87

3,150

2,311

15 - 19

6,014

40

364

4,914

145

20 - 24

7,021

35

463

4,589

141

25 - 29

6,863

34

11

1,272

3,886

129

30 - 34

5,835

43

1,529

3,084

90

35 - 39

5,304

56

1,382

2,890

75

40 - 44

4,914

68

1,515

2,585

65

45 - 49

5,236

89

2,182

2,342

64

50 - 54

4,651

74

2,494

1,511

63

55 - 59

3,849

54

2,103

1,212

52

60 - 64

2,834

57

1,793

697

32

65 - 69

2,113

49

1,457

395

26

70 - 74

1,519

71

1,119

212

981

60

744

94

10

1,121

105

854

77

75 -79
80+

258

BOTH SEXES
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Nursery
None
KinderPrimary
Secondary
Garten

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
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TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
MUNICIPALITY AND AGE GROUP

Tertiary/
Non
University

Tertiary/
University

Other

Not Applicable

Not Stated

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

9,054

11,356

2,048

8,108

2,864

San Juan / Laventille

8,108

0-4

162

5-9

82

10 - 14

631

406

150

98

15 - 19

1,474

1,769

338

153

20 - 24

1,653

1,775

354

217

25 - 29

1,318

1,465

244

229

30 - 34

1,006

1,213

164

217

35 - 39

734

1,045

135

214

40 - 44

699

930

171

244

45 - 49

510

853

167

295

50 - 54

400

666

109

228

55 - 59

264

468

74

207

60 - 64

141

330

58

155

65 - 69

107

183

33

109

70 - 74

71

126

20

76

75 -79

47

126

30

179

80+

3,550

4,038

431

4,113

724

Sangre Grande

4,113

0-4

30

5-9

26

10 - 14

265

208

42

30

15 - 19

789

884

69

48

20 - 24

672

750

66

43

25 - 29

477

507

46

52

30 - 34

336

468

25

67

35 - 39

260

339

23

58

40 - 44

186

265

43

61

45 - 49

176

207

41

81

50 - 54

150

183

26

64

55 - 59

101

83

14

52

60 - 64

52

80

16

32

65 - 69

36

30

13

27

70 - 74

28

22

17

75 -79

22

11

35

80+

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
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TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Nursery
None
KinderPrimary
Secondary
Garten

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP
TOTAL
(1)
Siparia

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

86,898

1,637

2,709

27,012

37,463

2,353

0-4

6,269

1,850

41

5-9

5,901

178

595

5,064

10 - 14

5,653

117

189

2,828

2,484

308

15 - 19

6,441

33

10

482

4,955

20 - 24

8,036

58

282

5,019

377

25 - 29

8,065

50

551

5,207

316

30 - 34

6,613

40

554

4,400

240

35 - 39

5,478

66

727

3,547

189

40 - 44

5,459

88

1,180

3,229

171

45 - 49

6,415

127

2,085

3,192

175

50 - 54

5,859

114

2,755

1,999

191

55 - 59

5,028

99

2,574

1,489

174

60 - 64

3,757

118

2,219

931

92

65 - 69

2,848

125

11

1,933

491

56

70 - 74

1,974

108

1,447

245

31

75 -79

1,425

110

1,063

159

19

80+

1,678

205

1,226

116

13

Tunapuna/ Piarco

260

(2)

Post
Secondary

212,825

3,196

7,062

57,377

85,825

4,631

0-4

14,222

4,369

153

5-9

14,471

500

1,711

12,043

10 - 14

14,227

221

584

7,100

6,172

15 - 19

16,139

110

73

1,367

11,611

627

20 - 24

18,224

150

48

938

10,073

586

25 - 29

18,935

190

40

1,955

9,613

453

30 - 34

17,007

225

14

1,940

8,406

453

35 - 39

15,728

161

14

1,801

8,373

439

40 - 44

13,776

174

18

2,230

7,460

318

45 - 49

14,761

216

24

3,561

7,001

370

50 - 54

14,167

182

36

5,134

4,996

352

55 - 59

12,070

176

35

4,783

4,057

349

60 - 64

10,666

173

25

4,677

3,434

316

65 - 69

7,845

157

27

3,685

2,435

184

70 - 74

4,595

162

16

2,577

1,038

79

75 -79

3,072

167

1,701

672

59

80+

2,918

231

20

1,734

485

44

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP

Tertiary/
Non
University

Tertiary/
University

Other

Not
Applicable

Not Stated

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

4,931

4,685

729

4,378

1,001

Siparia

4,378

0-4

64

5-9

35

10 - 14

331

242

35

43

15 - 19

943

1,204

90

57

20 - 24

877

895

106

60

25 - 29

666

587

52

68

30 - 34

451

382

55

55

35 - 39

360

315

43

73

40 - 44

369

283

73

107

45 - 49

344

262

89

101

50 - 54

277

240

72

96

55 - 59

135

132

54

68

60 - 64

93

71

25

43

65 - 69

47

32

13

48

70 - 74

23

18

18

75 -79

17

20

14

64

80+

14,989

23,581

2,404

9,701

4,058

Tunapuna/ Piarco

9,701

0-4

217

5-9

150

10 - 14

994

1,038

159

159

15 - 19

2,280

3,627

271

250

20 - 24

2,380

3,675

308

321

25 - 29

2,315

3,018

294

343

30 - 34

1,697

2,702

229

313

35 - 39

1,183

1,890

204

301

40 - 44

1,127

1,942

209

311

45 - 49

994

1,861

225

386

50 - 54

799

1,407

154

308

55 - 59

551

1,046

149

294

60 - 64

345

688

98

227

65 - 69

166

353

41

164

70 - 74

81

225

26

133

75 -79

76

109

36

181

80+

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

261

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
MUNICIPALITY AND AGE
GROUP
TOTAL
(1)
Tobago

262

BOTH SEXES
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Nursery
None
KinderPrimary
Secondary
Garten
(2)

(3)

(4)

Post
Secondary

(5)

(6)

60,735

275

1,941

21,272

23,697

1,242

0-4

4,831

1,676

51

5-9

4,463

41

214

4,188

10 - 14

4,179

14

25

2,198

1,924

15 - 19

4,685

11

146

4,050

101

20 - 24

5,012

17

234

3,328

154

25 - 29

5,349

13

858

2,903

177

30 - 34

4,670

20

988

2,336

144

35 - 39

4,054

17

929

2,035

116

40 - 44

3,822

19

1,059

1,895

115

45 - 49

4,572

27

1,844

1,781

148

50 - 54

3,952

13

1,872

1,255

116

55 - 59

3,070

10

1,526

881

64

60 - 64

2,487

18

1,392

562

39

65 - 69

1,881

16

1,172

348

24

70 - 74

1,440

12

1,019

170

24

75 -79

1,053

10

794

125

16

80+

1,212

15

1,001

103

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP

Tertiary/
Non
University

Tertiary/
University

Other

Not
Applicable

Not Stated

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

2,706

5,202

924

3,104

372

Tobago

3,104

0-4

21

5-9

18

10 - 14

117

186

60

14

15 - 19

398

746

112

21

20 - 24

451

786

127

32

25 - 29

385

675

95

22

30 - 34

300

536

92

28

35 - 39

217

406

76

31

40 - 44

219

400

103

47

45 - 49

199

367

92

38

50 - 54

149

360

50

26

55 - 59

126

286

49

14

60 - 64

66

216

23

16

65 - 69

42

137

19

14

70 - 74

25

58

15

75 -79

11

44

23

80+

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

263

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY AND AGE
GROUP

TOTAL

(1)
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

(2)

(3)

8,863

21,073

Post
Secondary

(4)

(5)

(6)

202,581

279,126

15,237

0-4

47,781

14,968

314

5-9

46,265

1,135

4,311

40,247

10 - 14

44,774

569

1,128

23,798

18,897

15 - 19

49,424

339

88

3,621

38,352

2,031

20 - 24

56,983

396

49

3,556

36,058

2,089

25 - 29

61,811

452

56

8,324

36,087

2,022

30 - 34

53,519

510

47

7,697

31,389

1,630

35 - 39

46,538

431

46

6,956

27,608

1,279

40 - 44

43,190

518

22

9,176

24,040

1,171

45 - 49

48,365

756

61

15,931

21,873

1,230

50 - 54

43,737

640

63

19,591

14,151

1,174

55 - 59

36,554

606

64

17,054

11,245

972

60 - 64

29,503

591

54

14,698

8,273

709

65 - 69

21,458

542

42

11,611

5,401

412
237

70 - 74

14,101

442

27

8,487

2,713

75 -79

9,188

377

30

5,624

1,678

149

80+

9,158

560

19

5,896

1,362

131

632,051

8,712

20,072

190,496

267,629

14,557
-

TRINIDAD

264

662,349

HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT


None
Nursery
Primary
Secondary
KinderGarten

0-4

45,328

14,121

291

5-9

43,947

1,116

4,190

38,083

10 - 14

42,587

559

1,111

22,623

17,919

15 - 19

47,064

336

88

3,530

36,273

1,976

20 - 24

54,426

384

49

3,372

34,192

2,005

25 - 29

59,236

446

55

7,750

34,647

1,908

30 - 34

51,232

499

43

7,045

30,205

1,540
1,212

35 - 39

44,603

421

44

6,386

26,663

40 - 44

41,332

505

22

8,516

23,176

1,110

45 - 49

46,071

741

59

14,735

21,138

1,166

50 - 54

41,716

633

61

18,391

13,673

1,105

55 - 59

35,013

598

60

16,162

10,883

940

60 - 64

28,201

578

54

13,888

8,030

694

65 - 69

20,558

533

41

11,008

5,251

402

70 - 74

13,411

438

26

7,997

2,636

227

75 -79

8,698

371

28

5,257

1,628

143

80+

8,629

554

19

5,462

1,316

129

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
MALE
Tertiary/
Non
University

HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT


Tertiary/
Other
Not
Not Stated
University
Applicable

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP

(11)

36,493

48,577

6,576

32,499

11,325

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

32,499

0-4

572

5-9

381

10 - 14

2,196

1,856

552

390

15 - 19

5,541

7,698

956

640

20 - 24

5,759

7,208

998

906

25 - 29

4,829

5,736

732

948

30 - 34

3,953

4,859

513

892

35 - 39

2,966

3,926

472

899

40 - 44

2,903

3,938

550

1,122

45 - 49

2,679

3,755

553

1,132

50 - 54

2,092

3,184

412

926

55 - 59

1,466

2,587

304

821

60 - 64

939

1,695

232

584

65 - 69

576

1,058

129

433

70 - 74

329

643

74

285

75 -79

265

434

98

393

80+

35,548

46,867

6,130

30,915

11,125

TRINIDAD

30,915

0-4

558

5-9

375

10 - 14

2,154

1,810

513

384

15 - 19

5,424

7,481

890

630

20 - 24

5,626

6,995

924

886

25 - 29

4,720

5,562

683

936

30 - 34

3,851

4,680

472

872

35 - 39

2,883

3,799

442

880

40 - 44

2,811

3,813

508

1,101

45 - 49

2,597

3,631

511

1,113

50 - 54

2,023

3,038

394

915

55 - 59

1,410

2,453

282

812

60 - 64

918

1,603

225

578

65 - 69

556

985

123

423

70 - 74

315

607

66

282

75 -79

262

410

96

381

80+

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

265

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY AND AGE
GROUP

HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT


None
Nursery
Primary
Secondary
KinderGarten

TOTAL

(1)
City of Port of Spain

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

17,227

158

464

4,087

7,930

361

0-4

1,178

331

5-9

1,129

19

106

987

10 - 14

1,087

22

557

486

15 - 19

1,151

67

931

26

20 - 24

1,308

65

832

40

25 - 29

1,552

10

145

902

42

30 - 34

1,223

16

96

715

35

35 - 39

1,002

55

618

24

40 - 44

957

85

601

23

45 - 49

1,079

11

205

578

35

50 - 54

1,202

16

329

550

20

55 - 59

1,102

14

313

466

33

60 - 64

1,078

10

329

446

27

65 - 69

823

273

335

23

70 - 74

508

13

219

167

13

75 -79

392

157

150

10

80+

456

200

153

City of San Fernando

266

(2)

Post
Secondary

23,680

247

674

5,579

9,923

743

0-4

1,620

525

5-9

1,522

22

117

1,358

10 - 14

1,506

30

22

771

682

15 - 19

1,636

11

82

1,232

84

20 - 24

1,922

11

71

1,062

93

25 - 29

2,212

14

165

1,168

89

30 - 34

1,907

127

1,086

77

35 - 39

1,616

106

979

47

40 - 44

1,383

14

157

776

55

45 - 49

1,607

18

299

784

52

50 - 54

1,634

16

480

604

77

55 - 59

1,432

13

449

516

54

60 - 64

1,202

18

406

415

35

65 - 69

914

18

355

286

28

70 - 74

611

15

273

149

22

75 -79

422

20

181

88

16

80+

534

15

291

96

14

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
MALE
Tertiary/
Non
University

HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT


Tertiary/
Other
Not
Not Stated
University
Applicable

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP

(11)

818

1,696

242

841

628

City of Port of Spain

841

0-4

17

5-9

14

10 - 14

49

41

11

22

15 - 19

120

173

38

32

20 - 24

132

222

36

60

25 - 29

87

198

32

44

30 - 34

82

147

18

54

35 - 39

63

130

17

36

40 - 44

58

127

56

45 - 49

58

150

15

63

50 - 54

50

153

19

55

55 - 59

49

135

14

67

60 - 64

23

102

13

46

65 - 69

27

38

10

22

70 - 74

38

19

75 -79

13

42

23

80+

1,937

2,529

278

1,088

681

City of San Fernando

1,088

0-4

25

5-9

10 - 14

98

74

26

24

15 - 19

248

361

41

34

20 - 24

322

371

33

50

25 - 29

230

296

22

61

30 - 34

201

214

11

50

35 - 39

135

182

16

48

40 - 44

154

198

26

74

45 - 49

145

205

31

74

50 - 54

140

181

15

65

55 - 59

96

168

14

49

60 - 64

63

109

14

41

65 - 69

42

84

18

70 - 74

36

48

30

75 -79

27

38

18

35

80+

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

267

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY AND AGE
GROUP

HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT


None
Nursery
Primary
Secondary
KinderGarten

TOTAL

(1)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

16,488

168

483

4,171

6,904

581

0-4

1,136

351

5-9

1,190

41

97

1,027

10 - 14

1,087

18

14

546

486

Borough of Arima

15 - 19

1,185

56

907

52

20 - 24

1,431

63

781

85

25 - 29

1,490

140

751

66

30 - 34

1,408

129

770

81

35 - 39

1,143

98

669

43

40 - 44

1,029

167

546

43

45 - 49

1,180

260

596

54

50 - 54

1,011

346

404

36

55 - 59

976

13

334

351

34

60 - 64

776

10

270

266

36

65 - 69

589

253

200

22

70 - 74

368

189

81

18

75 -79

225

124

50

80+

264

13

162

44

41,660

538

1,314

11,347

17,592

828

0-4

2,924

938

20

5-9

2,878

75

273

2,458

10 - 14

2,742

33

59

1,414

1,193

143

Borough of Chaguanas

268

(2)

Post
Secondary

15 - 19

3,128

22

211

2,361

20 - 24

3,481

24

229

2,042

90

25 - 29

4,109

31

505

2,299

115

30 - 34

3,700

35

496

2,106

80

35 - 39

3,408

43

524

1,848

87

40 - 44

2,987

27

550

1,570

64

45 - 49

3,100

33

844

1,480

63

50 - 54

2,729

41

996

949

67

55 - 59

2,230

33

962

719

48

60 - 64

1,630

34

734

482

28

65 - 69

1,210

34

585

301

25

70 - 74

733

24

404

146

11

75 -79

403

22

247

67

80+

268

27

168

30

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
MALE
Tertiary/
Non
University

HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT


Tertiary/
Other
Not
Not Stated
University
Applicable

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP

(11)

1,218

1,660

225

776

302

Borough of Arima

776

0-4

25

5-9

23

10 - 14

68

68

11

13

15 - 19

179

261

32

23

20 - 24

189

296

23

14

25 - 29

163

196

34

27

30 - 34

125

162

19

17

35 - 39

107

127

19

14

40 - 44

101

117

18

25

45 - 49

90

90

14

22

50 - 54

73

130

13

27

55 - 59

57

93

17

26

60 - 64

38

46

10

15

65 - 69

18

33

15

70 - 74

23

75 -79

18

80+

2,681

4,045

338

1,966

1,012

Borough of Chaguanas

1,966

0-4

72

5-9

43

10 - 14

165

164

20

40

15 - 19

371

617

42

65

20 - 24

402

620

44

89

25 - 29

335

509

44

94

30 - 34

312

469

33

90

35 - 39

268

382

34

91

40 - 44

244

314

20

101

45 - 49

234

308

33

91

50 - 54

121

247

27

67

55 - 59

96

189

11

54

60 - 64

71

122

17

49

65 - 69

40

68

27

70 - 74

17

26

15

75 -79

24

80+

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

269

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY AND AGE
GROUP

TOTAL

(1)
Borough of Point Fortin

(2)

10,059

(3)

(4)

158

377

Post
Secondary

(5)

(6)

2,709

3,766

520

0-4

796

282

5-9

773

14

79

677

10 - 14

666

385

262

15 - 19

748

24

553

64

20 - 24

948

16

548

81

25 - 29

1,036

50

604

72

30 - 34

724

47

393

47

35 - 39

634

39

345

42

40 - 44

561

97

278

41

45 - 49

699

19

190

270

48

50 - 54

673

20

265

172

54

55 - 59

599

256

146

38

60 - 64

445

16

215

94

65 - 69

233

127

43

70 - 74

192

110

27

75 -79

138

84

16

80+

195

15

125

15

90,650

1,192

2,756

29,695

38,072

2,379

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo
0-4

6,418

2,116

31

5-9

6,215

121

463

5,587

10 - 14

5,840

67

99

3,063

2,565

15 - 19

6,705

47

426

5,227

331

20 - 24

7,646

40

576

4,761

326

25 - 29

8,923

81

1,371

5,210

315

30 - 34

7,603

66

1,213

4,542

239

35 - 39

6,711

59

1,158

3,996

194

40 - 44

6,429

76

1,494

3,614

222

45 - 49

7,077

120

2,776

3,002

215

50 - 54

6,029

88

10

3,012

1,824

190

55 - 59

5,061

75

2,634

1,438

151

60 - 64

3,862

79

2,151

968

94

65 - 69

2,632

94

1,663

504

54

70 - 74

1,565

54

1,121

223

24

75 -79

1,007

51

724

124

15

925

75

694

75

80+

270

HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT


None
Nursery
Primary
Secondary
KinderGarten

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
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TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
MALE
Tertiary/
Non
University

HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT


Tertiary/
Other
Not
Not Stated
University
Applicable

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP

(11)
239

Borough of Point Fortin

512

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

990

578

209

512

47

22

33

15 - 19

134

110

43

20 - 24

167

85

27

19

25 - 29

130

59

18

19

30 - 34

100

60

20

19

35 - 39

68

40

13

16

40 - 44

79

49

16

28

45 - 49

81

33

20

27

50 - 54

75

44

24

55 - 59

55

31

23

60 - 64

18

17

11

65 - 69

19

14

15

70 - 74

75 -79

16

80+

4,831

5,748

755

4,271

952

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo

4,271

0-4

44

5-9

46

10 - 14

301

263

71

36

15 - 19

655

1,116

114

54

20 - 24

832

933

102

75

25 - 29

650

738

71

79

30 - 34

581

593

57

68

35 - 39

412

451

67

90

40 - 44

375

406

64

112

45 - 49

382

378

61

83

50 - 54

278

344

61

72

55 - 59

183

264

34

81

60 - 64

104

138

27

46

65 - 69

36

64

11

28

70 - 74

23

38

19

75 -79

20

23

19

80+

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
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271

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITYAND AGE
GROUP

HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT


None
Nursery
Primary
Secondary
KinderGarten

TOTAL

(1)
Diego Martin

50,212

(3)

(4)

379

1,702

(5)

(6)

12,551

21,707

1,030

0-4

3,495

1,158

20

5-9

3,480

59

398

2,992

10 - 14

3,477

32

120

1,873

1,433

15 - 19

3,686

23

221

2,939

146

20 - 24

4,009

13

168

2,559

135

25 - 29

4,360

17

349

2,680

123

30 - 34

3,675

11

272

2,272

110

35 - 39

3,189

17

196

1,927

80

40 - 44

3,066

23

319

1,669

79

45 - 49

3,578

31

815

1,690

72

50 - 54

3,323

30

1,143

1,133

64

55 - 59

2,721

26

954

916

58

60 - 64

2,498

24

898

840

59

65 - 69

2,033

24

764

622

38

70 - 74

1,515

14

625

435

27

75 -79

1,042

22

437

318

11

80+

1,069

15

505

274

28

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

272

(2)

Post
Secondary

18,529

456

625

7,703

6,729

385

0-4

1,367

392

5-9

1,373

57

161

1,136

10 - 14

1,404

33

55

785

505

15 - 19

1,537

24

200

1,142

55

20 - 24

1,707

16

191

1,116

68

25 - 29

1,656

20

484

840

56

30 - 34

1,336

13

430

664

52

35 - 39

1,253

14

371

670

39

40 - 44

1,260

28

501

582

32

45 - 49

1,470

40

765

515

25

50 - 54

1,248

46

759

306

19

55 - 59

935

43

629

157

19

60 - 64

688

40

459

126

65 - 69

450

14

337

52

70 - 74

405

28

306

27

75 -79

221

13

176

15

80+

220

28

165

11

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TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
MALE
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Tertiary/
Other
Not Applicable
Not Stated
University

Tertiary/
Non
University
(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

MUNICIPALITYAND AGE
GROUP

(11)

3,052

5,873

527

2,317

1,075

Diego Martin

2,317

0-4

31

5-9

19

10 - 14

145

140

38

32

15 - 19

397

614

60

60

20 - 24

373

674

79

63

25 - 29

306

571

42

87

30 - 34

260

575

46

85

35 - 39

282

552

35

106

40 - 44

249

557

60

98

45 - 49

219

571

49

114

50 - 54

198

433

30

105

55 - 59

180

397

20

77

60 - 64

174

307

32

72

65 - 69

108

245

11

50

70 - 74

77

133

16

27

75 -79

83

104

49

80+

599

567

156

969

340

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

969

0-4

19

5-9

25

10 - 14

34

48

18

13

15 - 19

133

138

34

11

20 - 24

106

90

30

31

25 - 29

74

65

14

24

30 - 34

60

60

28

35 - 39

48

35

25

40 - 44

40

33

15

36

45 - 49

39

32

10

34

50 - 54

22

30

24

55 - 59

17

15

17

60 - 64

11

17

65 - 69

13

16

70 - 74

10

75 -79

80+

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

273

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY AND AGE
GROUP

HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT


None
Nursery
Primary
Secondary
KinderGarten

TOTAL

(1)
Penal/ Debe

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

45,436

833

1,176

14,146

19,591

916

0-4

3,026

935

20

5-9

2,906

73

179

2,628

10 - 14

2,807

36

42

1,389

1,318

101

15 - 19

3,177

27

233

2,454

20 - 24

3,903

27

279

2,261

131

25 - 29

4,403

42

522

2,644

125

30 - 34

3,895

35

415

2,529

92

35 - 39

3,318

36

475

2,156

56

40 - 44

3,293

57

732

1,869

58

45 - 49

3,705

68

1,347

1,648

81

50 - 54

3,192

57

1,594

974

82

55 - 59

2,590

64

1,332

740

61

60 - 64

1,838

60

1,011

468

66

65 - 69

1,416

73

880

272

26

70 - 74

952

69

627

140

14

75 -79

553

36

369

66

19

80+

460

71

293

50

Princes Town

274

(2)

Post
Secondary

52,377

957

1,557

17,618

22,062

1,191

0-4

3,823

1,097

23

5-9

3,506

101

293

3,064

10 - 14

3,538

43

65

1,908

1,500

15 - 19

4,055

27

328

3,151

155

20 - 24

4,755

46

320

3,023

190

25 - 29

5,105

43

805

3,023

196

30 - 34

4,337

56

669

2,648

140

35 - 39

3,664

47

561

2,403

96

40 - 44

3,530

49

899

2,077

79

45 - 49

4,050

113

17

1,616

1,714

81

50 - 54

3,335

69

1,797

966

83

55 - 59

2,807

67

11

1,588

699

75

60 - 64

2,054

60

17

1,261

425

47

65 - 69

1,580

73

1,092

231

28

70 - 74

998

56

738

105

11

75 -79

623

39

477

49

80+

617

68

471

47

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
MALE
Tertiary/
Non
University

HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT


Tertiary/
Other
Not
Not Stated
University
Applicable

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP

(11)

2,724

3,239

229

2,071

511

Penal/ Debe

2,071

0-4

26

5-9

22

10 - 14

166

143

24

24

15 - 19

487

666

26

26

20 - 24

435

552

38

44

25 - 29

345

415

25

35

30 - 34

275

261

14

46

35 - 39

241

282

14

39

40 - 44

221

265

24

50

45 - 49

192

208

18

59

50 - 54

164

171

16

40

55 - 59

85

114

25

60 - 64

58

80

19

65 - 69

36

41

16

70 - 74

13

28

19

75 -79
80+

11

20

2,586

2,532

401

2,702

771

Princes Town

2,702

0-4

48

5-9

22

10 - 14

168

142

44

31

15 - 19

476

610

49

38

20 - 24

415

480

57

79

25 - 29

384

302

49

83

30 - 34

249

224

23

58

35 - 39

182

151

28

63

40 - 44

197

190

32

90

45 - 49

167

135

40

67

50 - 54

145

130

30

63

55 - 59

89

85

24

46

60 - 64

66

44

10

27

65 - 69

33

19

10

22

70 - 74

14

13

19

75 -79

17

80+

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

275

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY AND AGE
GROUP

TOTAL

(1)
San Juan / Laventille

(2)

(3)

(4)

Post
Secondary

(5)

(6)

77,745

892

2,757

23,310

34,153

1,520

0-4

6,136

1,931

27

5-9

5,693

132

603

4,880

10 - 14

5,485

69

157

3,039

2,166

15 - 19

5,742

32

10

431

4,534

217

20 - 24

6,538

36

344

4,487

217

25 - 29

7,345

39

919

4,562

219

30 - 34

6,394

48

838

4,057

164

35 - 39

5,190

36

674

3,229

134

40 - 44

4,788

50

872

2,815

130

45 - 49

5,232

59

1,529

2,574

109

50 - 54

4,945

58

2,156

1,758

101

55 - 59

4,218

75

1,939

1,437

91

60 - 64

3,395

61

1,677

1,060

58

65 - 69

2,447

46

1,384

639

27

70 - 74

1,725

49

1,047

376

27

75 -79

1,215

42

746

248

80+

1,261

59

808

211

15

Sangre Grande

276

HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT


None
Nursery
Primary
Secondary
KinderGarten

38,844

482

1,176

14,868

16,104

469

0-4

3,014

891

11

5-9

2,885

56

215

2,598

10 - 14

2,881

19

41

1,698

1,110

15 - 19

3,069

20

230

2,516

87

20 - 24

3,544

22

287

2,542

81

25 - 29

3,512

23

784

2,048

75

30 - 34

3,039

32

884

1,654

40

35 - 39

2,781

27

803

1,522

40

40 - 44

2,538

34

853

1,335

28

45 - 49

2,704

40

1,195

1,183

28

50 - 54

2,511

46

1,430

755

30

55 - 59

1,986

28

1,101

624

22

60 - 64

1,519

31

947

376

16

65 - 69

1,080

22

726

223

13

70 - 74

751

18

545

118

75 -79

485

19

372

51

80+

544

44

403

48

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
MALE
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Tertiary/
Other
Not
Not Stated
University
Applicable

Tertiary/
Non
University
(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP

(11)

3,619

4,791

1,012

4,178

1,514

San Juan / Laventille

4,178

0-4

77

5-9

52

10 - 14

248

132

83

54

15 - 19

559

622

186

83

20 - 24

624

668

191

121

25 - 29

478

550

122

133

30 - 34

414

502

76

116

35 - 39

289

437

61

130

40 - 44

290

450

76

140

45 - 49

231

410

65

165

50 - 54

186

314

52

117

55 - 59

129

254

39

112

60 - 64

64

183

27

73

65 - 69

46

114

13

49

70 - 74

36

85

33

75 -79

25

71

11

59

80+

1,442

1,539

232

2,112

420

Sangre Grande

2,112

0-4

16

5-9

13

10 - 14

88

81

27

17

15 - 19

272

270

41

28

20 - 24

244

261

39

32

25 - 29

206

164

24

31

30 - 34

149

184

18

36

35 - 39

108

137

36

40 - 44

91

108

23

33

45 - 49

81

99

17

54

50 - 54

68

98

10

33

55 - 59

58

46

35

60 - 64

23

50

15

65 - 69

24

18

18

70 - 74

15

14

75 -79

16

10

15

80+

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

277

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY AND AGE
GROUP

TOTAL

(1)
Siparia

(2)

(3)

(4)

Post
Secondary

(5)

(6)

44,350

733

1,363

13,866

19,422

1,422

0-4

3,187

918

23

5-9

3,050

84

312

2,618

10 - 14

2,960

58

101

1,586

1,201

197

15 - 19

3,276

20

285

2,479

20 - 24

4,096

42

176

2,710

196

25 - 29

4,115

23

316

2,791

181

30 - 34

3,417

17

301

2,353

155

35 - 39

2,805

35

372

1,813

124
110

40 - 44

2,807

47

591

1,676

45 - 49

3,300

73

1,079

1,615

112

50 - 54

3,083

52

1,524

963

117

55 - 59

2,623

49

1,336

749

114

60 - 64

1,944

51

1,111

509

49

65 - 69

1,382

55

882

270

31

70 - 74

964

40

672

149

16

75 -79

656

30

483

88

13

80+

685

57

511

56

Tunapuna/ Piarco

278

HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT


None
Nursery
Primary
Secondary
KinderGarten

104,795

1,516

3,650

28,846

43,675

2,213

0-4

7,208

2,257

85

5-9

7,348

262

895

6,073

10 - 14

7,108

102

306

3,610

3,011

15 - 19

7,970

65

39

737

5,847

318

20 - 24

9,139

87

23

587

5,469

271

25 - 29

9,418

89

20

1,194

5,123

234

30 - 34

8,574

147

1,127

4,417

228

35 - 39

7,889

81

956

4,487

208

40 - 44

6,703

84

10

1,200

3,767

147

45 - 49

7,290

110

11

1,815

3,488

191

50 - 54

6,803

85

18

2,559

2,314

164

55 - 59

5,735

89

14

2,336

1,926

142

60 - 64

5,273

83

11

2,418

1,555

161

65 - 69

3,769

61

11

1,686

1,274

74

70 - 74

2,123

50

1,120

493

34

75 -79

1,317

61

680

298

24

80+

1,130

59

664

207

17

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
MALE
Tertiary/
Non
University

HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT


Tertiary/
Other
Not
Not Stated
University
Applicable

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP

(11)

2,361

1,978

400

2,247

558

Siparia

2,247

0-4

35

5-9

14

10 - 14

154

98

20

17

15 - 19

405

482

57

24

20 - 24

377

329

61

36

25 - 29

291

229

32

38

30 - 34

240

148

35

31

35 - 39

189

132

25

38

40 - 44

186

133

33

68

45 - 49

201

118

42

63

50 - 54

135

132

39

65

55 - 59

74

82

27

39

60 - 64

57

46

13

26

65 - 69

27

25

27

70 - 74

15

14

75 -79

11

28

80+

6,689

10,093

1,126

4,865

2,123

Tunapuna/ Piarco

4,865

0-4

118

5-9

79

10 - 14
15 - 19

423

394

85

63

988

1,443

127

143

20 - 24

1,007

1,413

164

173

25 - 29

1,042

1,270

155

180

30 - 34

801

1,080

92

173

35 - 39

491

759

96

149

40 - 44

527

865

93

189

45 - 49

476

892

96

198

50 - 54

369

633

67

159

55 - 59

244

579

60

162

60 - 64

151

347

42

122

65 - 69

85

213

22

100

70 - 74

47

138

58

75 -79

38

65

17

57

80+

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

279

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
MALE
MUNICIPALITY AND AGE
GROUP

TOTAL

(1)
Tobago

280

HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT


None
Nursery
Primary
Secondary
KinderGarten
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)

Post
Secondary
(6)

30,298

152

1,001

12,085

11,497

680

0-4

2,454

847

23

5-9

2,318

19

121

2,164

10 - 14

2,187

10

17

1,175

978

15 - 19

2,361

91

2,078

55

20 - 24

2,556

13

184

1,865

84

25 - 29

2,575

574

1,440

114

30 - 34

2,287

11

652

1,184

90

35 - 39

1,935

10

569

945

67

40 - 44

1,858

13

660

865

61

45 - 49

2,294

15

1,197

735

64

50 - 54

2,021

1,200

479

69

55 - 59

1,541

892

362

31

60 - 64

1,301

13

810

244

15

65 - 69

900

603

150

10

70 - 74

690

490

76

10

75 -79

490

367

50

80+

530

435

46

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
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TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
MALE
Tertiary/
Non
University

HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT


Tertiary/
Other
Not
Not Stated
University
Applicable

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP

(11)

945

1,710

446

1,583

200

Tobago

1,583

0-4

14

5-9

10 - 14

42

46

39

15 - 19

116

217

66

10

20 - 24

133

212

74

21

25 - 29

110

175

49

13

30 - 34

102

179

41

20

35 - 39

82

127

30

19

40 - 44

93

125

42

22

45 - 49

82

124

42

18

50 - 54

69

146

18

11

55 - 59

56

134

22

60 - 64

22

93

65 - 69

21

73

70 - 74

14

37

75 -79

24

11

80+

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

281

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
MUNICIPALITY AND AGE
GROUP
TOTAL
(1)
TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO
0-4

Post
Secondary
(6)

660,196

10,414

20,285

191,182

267,309

14,986

46,252

14,585

287

5-9

44,875

1,127

3,956

39,291

10 - 14

42,899

543

998

21,300

19,712

15 - 19

48,577

297

79

2,698

37,119

1,869

20 - 24

56,788

257

49

1,990

31,176

1,990

25 - 29

61,197

393

47

5,416

32,490

1,797

30 - 34

51,641

345

31

5,827

27,593

1,445

35 - 39

45,645

396

24

5,960

25,222

1,302

40 - 44

42,642

477

34

8,127

22,940

1,135

45 - 49

47,385

672

58

13,746

22,399

1,260

50 - 54

43,164

600

67

16,821

16,150

1,290

55 - 59

36,450

598

74

16,103

11,988

1,049

60 - 64

28,940

682

72

14,626

8,412

727

65 - 69

22,925

822

65

13,230

5,210

516

70 - 74

15,995

910

55

10,180

2,902

273

75 -79

11,370

825

42

7,163

2,046

166

80+

13,450

1,471

50

8,416

1,949

167

TRINIDAD

282

HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT


Nursery
None
KinderPrimary
Secondary
Garten
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)

629,760

10,291

19,344

181,995

255,109

14,424

0-4

43,874

13,756

258

5-9

42,730

1,105

3,862

37,267

10 - 14

40,907

540

990

20,277

18,766

15 - 19

46,252

289

79

2,643

35,147

1,822

20 - 24

54,333

253

48

1,940

29,713

1,920

25 - 29

58,423

386

47

5,132

31,027

1,734

30 - 34

49,258

336

30

5,491

26,441

1,391

35 - 39

43,526

389

24

5,601

24,132

1,253

40 - 44

40,678

470

31

7,728

21,910

1,081

45 - 49

45,107

659

58

13,099

21,353

1,176

50 - 54

41,233

594

67

16,149

15,373

1,243

55 - 59

34,921

595

73

15,469

11,470

1,017

60 - 64

27,754

676

71

14,044

8,094

703

65 - 69

21,944

815

65

12,661

5,012

502

70 - 74

15,245

900

54

9,651

2,808

260

75 -79

10,807

821

42

6,737

1,972

156

80+

12,768

1,462

49

7,849

1,892

165

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Tertiary/
Non
University
(7)

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP

Tertiary/
University

Other

Not
Applicable

Not Stated

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)
TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO
0-4

44,948

63,111

6,518

31,380

10,064

31,380

502

5-9

346

10 - 14

2,890

2,851

389

385

15 - 19

7,986

12,005

765

570

20 - 24

8,195

11,314

814

732

25 - 29

6,500

8,478

684

738

30 - 34

4,683

6,718

555

784

35 - 39

3,584

5,111

471

763

40 - 44

3,155

4,610

633

852

45 - 49

2,604

4,034

704

895

50 - 54

2,087

3,242

507

803

55 - 59

1,356

2,018

397

649

60 - 64

914

1,348

265

555

65 - 69

465

659

133

419

70 - 74

296

387

89

355

75 -79

233

336

112

716

80+

43,186

59,618

6,041

29,860

9,891

TRINIDAD

29,860

0-4

495

5-9

335

10 - 14

2,815

2,710

368

378

15 - 19

7,704

11,476

719

560

20 - 24

7,877

10,740

760

721

25 - 29

6,224

7,978

639

729

30 - 34

4,485

6,362

503

776

35 - 39

3,449

4,831

426

751

40 - 44

3,028

4,335

573

826

45 - 49

2,487

3,791

653

875

50 - 54

2,007

3,028

475

788

55 - 59

1,286

1,866

370

644

60 - 64

870

1,225

249

545

65 - 69

443

595

120

414

70 - 74

285

365

82

348

75 -79

225

316

105

705

80+

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

283

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Nursery
None
KinderPrimary
Secondary
Garten
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP
TOTAL
(1)
City of Port of Spain

(6)

18,687

200

451

4,358

8,312

482

0-4

1,106

344

5-9

1,121

18

85

1,002

10 - 14

1,063

13

10

574

456

15 - 19

1,207

14

47

970

34

20 - 24

1,440

35

831

52

25 - 29

1,552

10

106

825

32

30 - 34

1,297

83

715

30

35 - 39

1,106

79

635

35

40 - 44

1,032

90

583

36

45 - 49

1,187

15

200

594

43

50 - 54

1,269

14

273

602

51

55 - 59

1,250

18

321

583

34

60 - 64

1,039

11

339

417

35

65 - 69

803

16

256

316

27

70 - 74

682

14

258

264

24

75 -79

579

11

247

204

17

80+

953

24

442

316

30

City of San Fernando

284

Post
Secondary

24,955

354

639

6,065

9,747

773

0-4

1,503

508

10

5-9

1,616

39

109

1,451

10 - 14

1,453

20

13

734

680

15 - 19

1,640

13

71

1,257

55

20 - 24

1,955

33

871

89

25 - 29

2,155

88

1,038

73

30 - 34

1,912

66

939

73

35 - 39

1,601

81

865

60

40 - 44

1,468

142

806

59

45 - 49

1,761

32

311

828

68

50 - 54

1,751

15

443

721

74

55 - 59

1,468

23

427

536

68

60 - 64

1,324

26

482

436

57

65 - 69

1,095

33

471

327

49

70 - 74

768

20

418

181

19

75 -79

617

31

331

121

13

80+

867

64

507

142

16

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Tertiary/
Non
University
(7)

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP

Tertiary/
University

Other

Not
Applicable

Not Stated

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

1,103

2,080

305

757

640

City of Port of Spain

757

0-4

16

5-9

10

10 - 14

59

63

14

15 - 19

172

297

17

28

20 - 24

178

320

30

50

25 - 29

133

245

31

55

30 - 34

108

175

22

49

35 - 39

80

165

19

48

40 - 44

84

182

36

32

45 - 49

73

168

26

61

50 - 54

59

150

33

51

55 - 59

50

112

28

47

60 - 64

43

84

15

43

65 - 69

30

46

16

31

70 - 74

17

32

11

38

75 -79

17

41

15

67

80+

2,289

3,144

299

985

660

City of San Fernando

985

0-4

17

5-9

10 - 14

109

108

18

15 - 19

335

552

35

30

20 - 24

362

508

26

54

25 - 29

304

464

25

33

30 - 34

207

312

15

52

35 - 39

183

206

16

48

40 - 44

194

223

32

74

45 - 49

194

212

33

59

50 - 54

115

221

26

52

55 - 59

106

137

26

55

60 - 64

69

82

19

44

65 - 69

44

49

30

70 - 74

41

36

34

75 -79

26

34

15

64

80+

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

285

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Nursery
None
KinderPrimary
Secondary
Garten
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP
TOTAL
(1)
Borough of Arima

(6)

16,917

161

497

4,211

6,437

601

0-4

1,185

398

5-9

1,124

15

79

1,006

10 - 14

1,043

10

494

505

15 - 19

1,075

34

820

50

20 - 24

1,386

23

616

75

25 - 29

1,566

71

705

59

30 - 34

1,357

100

611

57

35 - 39

1,152

124

529

57

40 - 44

1,092

149

548

57

45 - 49

1,213

13

253

557

54

50 - 54

1,109

293

477

55

55 - 59

995

304

365

46

60 - 64

847

16

308

303

48

65 - 69

622

306

175

31

70 - 74

445

15

277

97

75 -79

302

198

66

80+

405

33

263

64

Borough of Chaguanas

286

Post
Secondary

41,829

666

1,261

11,435

16,476

954

0-4

2,875

920

17

5-9

2,819

64

244

2,466

10 - 14

2,600

43

55

1,171

1,297

184

15 - 19

3,044

31

150

2,225

20 - 24

3,484

11

132

1,767

122

25 - 29

4,121

16

387

2,022

121

30 - 34

3,733

25

435

1,896

91

35 - 39

3,236

22

451

1,644

93

40 - 44

2,979

28

570

1,512

65

45 - 49

3,110

33

838

1,448

68

50 - 54

2,680

35

963

1,021

63

55 - 59

2,293

39

984

754

59

60 - 64

1,799

50

956

452

44

65 - 69

1,284

57

762

244

22

70 - 74

829

64

541

109

15

75 -79

434

48

299

49

80+

511

100

313

38

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Tertiary/
Non
University
(7)

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP

Tertiary/
University

Other

Not
Applicable

Not Stated

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

1,480

2,265

233

779

253

Borough of Arima

779

0-4

24

5-9

24

10 - 14

68

75

15

15 - 19

232

410

18

10

20 - 24

271

406

32

18

25 - 29

211

321

35

16

30 - 34

157

240

23

14

35 - 39

138

162

17

16

40 - 44

117

175

20

24

45 - 49

80

153

28

15

50 - 54

87

150

19

20

55 - 59

46

94

17

15

60 - 64

41

43

65 - 69

15

18

11

70 - 74

10

75 -79

10

14

80+

3,111

4,687

364

1,939

937

Borough of Chaguanas

1,939

0-4

46

5-9

34

10 - 14

186

213

19

35

15 - 19

534

828

32

58

20 - 24

573

884

47

71

25 - 29

470

689

34

90

30 - 34

369

521

39

96

35 - 39

253

437

25

89

40 - 44

252

348

34

87

45 - 49

164

301

43

85

50 - 54

132

219

38

66

55 - 59

73

139

25

50

60 - 64

66

69

16

44

65 - 69

20

27

39

70 - 74

11

75 -79

39

80+

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

287

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
MUNICIPALITY AND AGE
GROUP
TOTAL
(1)
Borough of Point Fortin
0-4

Post
Secondary
(6)

10,102

149

352

2,856

3,883

335

801

275

5-9

682

64

610

10 - 14

672

377

285

15 - 19

788

27

601

33

20 - 24

913

16

480

44

25 - 29

974

11

33

519

50

30 - 34

768

32

435

26

35 - 39

611

11

43

343

30

40 - 44

554

11

114

285

26

45 - 49

759

178

369

39

50 - 54

635

265

207

30

55 - 59

526

10

231

149

22

60 - 64

413

16

220

98

16

65 - 69

285

184

50

70 - 74

249

11

192

18

75 -79

199

11

142

25

80+

271

27

188

19

87,510

1,554

2,667

27,853

34,997

2,330

6,263

2,064

30

5-9

5,841

102

421

5,269

10 - 14

5,741

51

87

2,773

2,792

Couva/ Tabaquite/
Talparo
0-4

288

HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT


Nursery
None
KinderPrimary
Secondary
Garten
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)

15 - 19

6,321

44

301

4,870

297

20 - 24

7,653

43

330

4,171

310

25 - 29

8,321

47

938

4,475

326

30 - 34

7,214

76

1,023

3,856

260

35 - 39

6,425

50

1,072

3,578

220

40 - 44

5,940

59

1,417

3,251

167

45 - 49

6,632

100

14

2,321

3,118

187

50 - 54

5,899

98

2,764

2,003

228

55 - 59

4,830

101

16

2,511

1,363

157

60 - 64

3,539

98

2,208

768

94

65 - 69

2,791

150

10

1,990

392

47

70 - 74

1,788

165

1,297

179

22

75 -79

1,143

149

811

117

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Tertiary/
Non
University
(7)

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP

Tertiary/
University

Other

Not
Applicable

Not Stated

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

867

846

110

522

181

Borough of Point Fortin

522

0-4

5-9

10 - 14

65

39

15

15 - 19

141

195

26

20 - 24

150

191

11

25 - 29

126

115

11

16

30 - 34

77

77

20

35 - 39

63

41

40 - 44

73

56

13

22

45 - 49

57

49

13

10

50 - 54

58

33

17

55 - 59

24

25

13

60 - 64

15

14

65 - 69

70 - 74

75 -79

18

80+

5,510

6,849

706

4,170

874

Couva/ Tabaquite/ Talparo

4,170

0-4

48

5-9

38

10 - 14

360

361

48

34

15 - 19

1,072

1,580

80

64

20 - 24

1,078

1,303

80

72

25 - 29

836

1,022

89

49

30 - 34

623

741

48

90

35 - 39

428

512

43

57

40 - 44

327

439

59

67

45 - 49

301

337

82

79

50 - 54

238

287

77

80

55 - 59

127

137

47

52

60 - 64

65

67

26

44

65 - 69

31

41

11

38

70 - 74

16

11

18

75 -79

10

46

80+

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

289

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Nursery
None
KinderPrimary
Secondary
Garten
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP
TOTAL
(1)
Diego Martin

(6)

52,127

438

1,637

12,153

22,000

1,342

0-4

3,340

1,100

16

5-9

3,359

82

403

2,845

10 - 14

3,275

39

102

1,657

1,447

15 - 19

3,609

17

183

2,757

175

20 - 24

4,078

10

71

2,221

158

25 - 29

4,474

18

221

2,334

143

30 - 34

3,686

206

2,002

100

35 - 39

3,354

19

176

1,780

116

40 - 44

3,226

16

294

1,643

113

45 - 49

3,704

33

675

1,797

115

50 - 54

3,524

25

980

1,438

93

55 - 59

2,989

18

951

1,185

99

60 - 64

2,589

24

863

1,054

59

65 - 69

2,222

33

824

813

59

70 - 74

1,720

24

776

582

49

75 -79

1,389

19

636

459

27

80+

1,590

52

779

488

34

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

290

Post
Secondary

17,120

494

603

6,443

6,312

321

0-4

1,352

362

5-9

1,306

67

155

1,062

10 - 14

1,241

26

65

629

502

15 - 19

1,434

17

141

1,069

55

20 - 24

1,694

15

114

1,048

39

25 - 29

1,557

26

293

803

43

30 - 34

1,281

10

329

664

34

35 - 39

1,088

15

318

576

27

40 - 44

1,204

26

445

571

39

45 - 49

1,236

34

578

488

30

50 - 54

982

33

584

256

23

55 - 59

771

30

483

168

17

60 - 64

623

28

450

90

65 - 69

484

42

375

36

70 - 74

393

41

302

23

75 -79

249

31

191

10

80+

225

52

148

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TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Tertiary/
Non
University
(7)

Tertiary/
University
(8)

Other

Not
Applicable

Not Stated

(9)

(10)

(11)

4,075

6,675

559

2,224

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP

1,023

Diego Martin

2,224

0-4

30

5-9

30

10 - 14

201

203

38

27

15 - 19

575

925

61

52

20 - 24

643

982

75

56

25 - 29

494

752

55

68

30 - 34

413

726

52

68

35 - 39

367

665

43

85

40 - 44

316

615

54

98

45 - 49

294

552

51

91

50 - 54

221

392

31

91

55 - 59

172

301

41

69

60 - 64

148

242

31

69

65 - 69

93

137

13

44

70 - 74

72

107

59

75 -79

66

76

84

80+

709

880

107

988

263

Mayaro/ Rio Claro

988

0-4

22

5-9

18

10 - 14

67

56

14

13

15 - 19

168

275

19

13

20 - 24

163

187

15

26

25 - 29

99

116

10

17

30 - 34

61

76

35 - 39

47

50

20

40 - 44

33

36

30

45 - 49

25

28

11

19

50 - 54

18

23

13

17

55 - 59

15

15

15

60 - 64

11

65 - 69

16

70 - 74

75 -79

15

80+

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

291

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Nursery
None
KinderPrimary
Secondary
Garten
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP
TOTAL
(1)
Penal/ Debe

(6)

43,906

1,150

1,088

13,497

18,212

755

0-4

2,890

881

18

5-9

2,797

74

148

2,548

10 - 14

2,713

35

22

1,276

1,365

15 - 19

3,165

25

157

2,460

105

20 - 24

3,794

19

161

1,956

104

25 - 29

4,317

26

395

2,383

87

30 - 34

3,451

20

352

2,115

66

35 - 39

3,171

35

384

1,992

52

40 - 44

2,946

51

693

1,606

47

45 - 49

3,492

52

1,213

1,679

83

50 - 54

3,037

72

1,363

1,111

77

55 - 59

2,424

71

1,258

730

55

60 - 64

1,835

85

1,132

387

36

65 - 69

1,572

102

1,102

223

23

70 - 74

1,023

134

713

104

75 -79

609

133

369

59

80+

669

213

365

43

Princes Town

292

Post
Secondary

49,991

1,142

1,511

16,525

20,330

986

0-4

3,750

1,128

15

5-9

3,413

88

238

3,048

10 - 14

3,310

46

46

1,686

1,512

15 - 19

3,966

16

222

3,119

141

20 - 24

4,568

20

200

2,628

168

25 - 29

4,888

47

546

2,757

141

30 - 34

3,891

36

584

2,261

99

35 - 39

3,443

49

549

2,121

81

40 - 44

3,217

49

792

1,841

58

45 - 49

3,664

60

13

1,437

1,653

74

50 - 54

3,177

60

13

1,560

1,122

105

55 - 59

2,539

67

13

1,531

622

56

60 - 64

1,899

75

10

1,283

346

24

65 - 69

1,647

117

1,190

203

22

70 - 74

1,063

120

793

75

75 -79

717

96

543

31

80+

839

196

546

40

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Tertiary/
Non
University
(7)

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP

Tertiary/
University

Other

Not
Applicable

Not Stated

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

2,768

3,831

178

1,991

436

Penal/ Debe

1,991

0-4

27

5-9

15

10 - 14

198

196

15

15 - 19

583

915

25

30

20 - 24

543

822

26

35

25 - 29

372

472

18

32

30 - 34

289

365

11

41

35 - 39

230

266

11

40

40 - 44

165

242

16

38

45 - 49

145

222

17

27

50 - 54

114

146

18

31

55 - 59

59

88

13

27

60 - 64

41

51

10

17

65 - 69

13

23

23

70 - 74

11

15

75 -79

13

24

80+

2,860

3,103

337

2,607

592

Princes Town

2,607

0-4

39

5-9

22

10 - 14

194

207

30

32

15 - 19

631

830

48

39

20 - 24

587

713

43

48

25 - 29

420

417

27

42

30 - 34

295

275

26

43

35 - 39

203

203

22

48

40 - 44

181

153

31

64

45 - 49

122

106

46

44

50 - 54

98

89

23

41

55 - 59

67

51

15

27

60 - 64

39

27

14

30

65 - 69

13

17

24

70 - 74

10

15

75 -79

35

80+

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

293

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
MUNICIPALITY AND AGE
GROUP
TOTAL
(1)
San Juan / Laventille

Post
Secondary
(6)

79,275

879

2,723

22,078

33,517

1,761

0-4

5,816

1,854

31

5-9

5,733

143

626

4,879

10 - 14

5,258

60

166

2,722

2,280

15 - 19

5,725

24

348

4,361

214

20 - 24

6,865

20

192

4,164

203

25 - 29

7,679

34

573

4,422

252

30 - 34

6,245

22

570

3,482

195

35 - 39

5,302

31

545

3,081

150

40 - 44

4,917

44

739

2,768

147

45 - 49

5,228

68

1,356

2,574

138

50 - 54

4,889

44

1,792

1,941

150

55 - 59

4,235

52

1,783

1,556

106

60 - 64

3,326

63

1,590

1,120

66

65 - 69

2,565

56

1,421

680

66

70 - 74

2,034

60

1,278

443

34

75 -79

1,548

55

995

343

22

80+

1,910

101

1,265

302

19

Sangre Grande

294

HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT


Nursery
None
KinderPrimary
Secondary
Garten
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)

36,761

520

1,155

12,844

14,695

436

0-4

2,896

878

17

5-9

2,946

76

191

2,665

10 - 14

2,727

16

46

1,451

1,201

15 - 19

2,945

19

134

2,398

58

20 - 24

3,478

14

176

2,047

60

25 - 29

3,351

11

487

1,838

54

30 - 34

2,796

11

644

1,430

50

35 - 39

2,523

28

579

1,368

35

40 - 44

2,376

34

663

1,250

36

45 - 49

2,533

49

987

1,159

35

50 - 54

2,140

28

1,064

756

33

55 - 59

1,862

25

1,002

589

31

60 - 64

1,316

26

846

321

16

65 - 69

1,032

27

731

172

14

70 - 74

767

52

574

93

75 -79

496

41

372

43

80+

577

60

451

30

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Tertiary/
Non
University
(7)

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP

Tertiary/
University

Other

Not
Applicable

Not Stated

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

5,436

6,565

1,036

3,931

1,350

San Juan / Laventille

3,931

0-4

84

5-9

30

10 - 14

382

274

67

44

15 - 19

915

1,147

153

69

20 - 24

1,029

1,106

163

97

25 - 29

840

915

122

96

30 - 34

592

711

88

101

35 - 39

445

608

74

84

40 - 44

409

480

94

104

45 - 49

279

443

102

130

50 - 54

214

352

57

110

55 - 59

135

214

35

96

60 - 64

77

147

31

82

65 - 69

61

69

20

60

70 - 74

34

41

11

43

75 -79

22

56

18

120

80+

2,108

2,499

199

2,001

304

Sangre Grande

2,001

0-4

14

5-9

14

10 - 14

178

127

15

13

15 - 19

517

615

28

19

20 - 24

428

489

27

11

25 - 29

271

343

22

22

30 - 34

187

283

31

35 - 39

151

203

16

22

40 - 44

94

157

20

28

45 - 49

96

108

24

27

50 - 54

82

85

16

31

55 - 59

43

38

17

60 - 64

30

30

17

65 - 69

13

11

70 - 74

14

75 -79

20

80+

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

295

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
MUNICIPALITY AND AGE
GROUP
TOTAL
(1)
Siparia

Post
Secondary
(6)

42,548

904

1,347

13,146

18,040

931

0-4

3,081

932

18

5-9

2,852

93

283

2,446

10 - 14

2,693

59

88

1,242

1,283

15 - 19

3,165

13

197

2,476

112

20 - 24

3,940

16

106

2,309

181

25 - 29

3,950

27

234

2,416

135

30 - 34

3,195

23

254

2,047

85

35 - 39

2,673

31

355

1,734

65

40 - 44

2,652

41

590

1,554

60

45 - 49

3,115

55

1,006

1,577

64

50 - 54

2,776

61

1,231

1,036

74

55 - 59

2,405

50

1,237

740

60

60 - 64

1,812

67

1,108

422

43

65 - 69

1,466

71

1,051

221

25

70 - 74

1,010

68

775

96

15

75 -79

770

81

581

72

80+

993

148

715

60

Tunapuna/ Piarco

296

HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT


Nursery
None
KinderPrimary
Secondary
Garten
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)

108,030

1,680

3,413

28,531

42,151

2,418

0-4

7,014

2,112

67

5-9

7,123

238

816

5,969

10 - 14

7,119

118

278

3,490

3,161

15 - 19

8,170

46

34

631

5,765

310

20 - 24

9,085

64

25

351

4,605

315

25 - 29

9,518

101

19

760

4,491

219

30 - 34

8,433

79

813

3,989

225

35 - 39

7,840

80

845

3,885

231

40 - 44

7,074

90

1,030

3,693

171

45 - 49

7,471

106

13

1,746

3,513

179
188

50 - 54

7,364

97

18

2,575

2,682

55 - 59

6,335

88

22

2,447

2,131

207

60 - 64

5,393

90

14

2,260

1,879

156

65 - 69

4,076

96

16

1,999

1,161

110

70 - 74

2,472

112

10

1,457

545

44

75 -79

1,755

106

1,021

373

35

80+

1,787

172

14

1,070

278

27

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Tertiary/
Non
University
(7)

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP

Tertiary/
University

Other

Not
Applicable

Not Stated

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

2,570

2,707

329

2,131

443

Siparia

2,131

0-4

28

5-9

22

10 - 14

178

145

15

26

15 - 19

537

723

33

33

20 - 24

500

566

44

24

25 - 29

375

359

20

31

30 - 34

211

234

19

24

35 - 39

171

183

18

35

40 - 44

183

150

40

39

45 - 49

142

143

47

39

50 - 54

141

108

33

31

55 - 59

61

50

26

30

60 - 64

36

25

13

17

65 - 69

19

20

70 - 74

75 -79

35

80+

8,300

13,488

1,278

4,836

1,935

Tunapuna/ Piarco

4,836

0-4

99

5-9

72

10 - 14

570

644

74

97

15 - 19

1,292

2,183

143

107

20 - 24

1,373

2,262

145

148

25 - 29

1,274

1,747

139

163

30 - 34

896

1,622

137

140

35 - 39

692

1,130

108

151

40 - 44

600

1,077

116

122

45 - 49

518

969

130

188

50 - 54

430

774

87

149

55 - 59

307

467

89

132

60 - 64

194

340

56

105

65 - 69

81

140

19

64

70 - 74

34

88

17

75

75 -79

39

44

19

124

80+

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

297

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
MUNICIPALITY AND AGE
GROUP
TOTAL
(1)
Tobago

298

HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT


Nursery
None
KinderPrimary
Secondary
Garten
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)

Post
Secondary
(6)

30,437

123

941

9,187

12,200

562

0-4

2,378

829

28

5-9

2,145

22

93

2,024

10 - 14

1,992

1,023

946

15 - 19

2,325

55

1,972

47

20 - 24

2,455

50

1,463

70

25 - 29

2,774

284

1,463

63

30 - 34

2,383

336

1,152

54

35 - 39

2,119

359

1,091

49

40 - 44

1,965

399

1,031

54

45 - 49

2,278

13

647

1,046

84

50 - 54

1,931

673

777

47

55 - 59

1,529

634

519

32

60 - 64

1,186

583

318

24

65 - 69

981

569

198

14

70 - 74

751

529

94

14

75 -79

563

427

74

10

80+

682

567

57

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 20
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND
MUNICIPALITY
FEMALE
HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Tertiary/
Non
University
(7)

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP

Tertiary/
University

Other

Not
Applicable

Not Stated

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

1,761

3,492

477

1,520

173

Tobago

1,520

0-4

5-9

11

10 - 14

75

140

22

15 - 19

281

529

46

10

20 - 24

318

573

54

11

25 - 29

276

501

46

30 - 34

198

356

51

35 - 39

134

279

46

11

40 - 44

127

275

60

25

45 - 49

117

243

50

19

50 - 54

80

214

32

15

55 - 59

70

152

27

60 - 64

44

123

16

10

65 - 69

22

64

14

70 - 74

11

22

75 -79

19

11

80+

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

299

TABLE 21
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, HIGHEST QUALIFICATION AND
MUNICIPALITY

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO


0-4
5-9
10 - 14
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 - 29
30 - 34
35 - 39
40 - 44
45 - 49
50 - 54
55 - 59
60 - 64
65 - 69
70 - 74
75 - 79
80 +
TRINIDAD
0-4
5-9
10 - 14
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 - 29
30 - 34
35 - 39
40 - 44
45 - 49
50 - 54
55 - 59
60 - 64
65 - 69
70 - 74
75 - 79
80 +

300

Total

None

(1)

(2)

1,322,546
94033
91140
87673
98001
113771
123008
105161
92183
85832
95750
86901
73005
58442
44383
30096
20559
22608

1,261,811
89202
86677
83494
93316
108760
117659
100491
88128
82010
91178
82949
69934
55955
42502
28656
19506
21396

623,347
38107
91140
87673
51053
28600
32822
29689
28326
29886
38208
37887
33713
29250
24303
17622
12069
12998

593,012
36205
86677
83494
48427
27279
31349
28281
27093
28462
36248
36024
32277
27934
23205
16669
11331
12057

BOTH SEXES
HIGHEST EXAMINATION PASSED
School
CXC
GCE O/
Leaving
Basic
CXC Gen/
Certif.
SC
(3)
44,930
1237
2543
2391
2449
3015
5071
6810
5910
5064
3929
2748
1862
1901

41,725
1160
2276
2082
2141
2708
4636
6383
5576
4814
3746
2609
1761
1833

(4)
22,395
1675
3277
3412
2974
2822
2479
2295
1241
770
574
375
248
141
112

21,241
1558
3099
3236
2846
2698
2353
2166
1169
738
542
360
234
140
102

(5)
238,189
26135
40982
38821
31103
25377
21472
19915
13222
9130
5805
3220
1455
839
713

226,921
24753
38791
36973
29663
24200
20516
19070
12637
8719
5590
3099
1410
808
691

GCE A/
CAPE/
HSC
(8)
25,245
3497
8180
3472
2287
1503
1269
1242
1312
1045
628
370
196
139
104

24,290
3334
7860
3351
2216
1453
1237
1179
1266
1005
615
352
188
132
101

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

Diploma
or Equiv.
Certicate
of Achiev.
(10)
75,035
2409
8440
11003
9553
8227
7100
7236
6595
5476
3719
2470
1361
789
657

71,802
2327
8137
10581
9191
7882
6756
6866
6269
5257
3522
2367
1281
739
628

TABLE 21
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, HIGHEST QUALIFICATION AND
MUNICIPALITY

Associate
Degree
Higher
Diploma
(11)

Bachelor
Degree

23,116
1888
3287
4035
3196
2549
1894
1799
1535
1186
731
503
249
148
116

22,065
1835
3192
3860
3045
2418
1789
1703
1463
1110
689
474
239
138
110

40,115
5484
8252
5996
4672
3513
3171
2849
2379
1586
1048
585
322
257

38,350
5304
7919
5721
4473
3389
3030
2720
2248
1486
977
541
302
241

(12)

BOTH SEXES
HIGHEST EXAMINATION PASSED
Master
Post Graduate
Doctorate
Degree
Diploma/
Profess. Qualif.
(13)
12,355
403
1677
1828
1778
1347
1348
1333
999
715
476
232
132
87

11,892
392
1627
1768
1731
1302
1311
1289
946
676
435
212
125
79

(14)

(15)
6,551
196
651
843
796
733
658
662
634
468
394
261
156
100

6,280
195
635
804
758
710
627
636
612
443
362
250
149
98

1,974
199
254
199
170
192
213
215
186
110
105
81
50

1,890
196
240
191
162
186
204
206
182
102
96
77
48

Other

Not Stated

(16)

(17)

7,274
312
618
815
798
622
642
641
688
563
422
469
268
197
220

7,033
305
600
801
779
602
618
607
663
536
410
454
258
187
213

202,020
55926
11031
13067
15305
14248
12861
12312
13974
12554
10986
9293
6717
4766
3684
5293

195,311
52997
10776
12752
14854
13855
12489
12006
13547
12228
10705
9053
6571
4668
3617
5194

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO


0-4
5-9
10 - 14
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 - 29
30 - 34
35 - 39
40 - 44
45 - 49
50 - 54
55 - 59
60 - 64
65 - 69
70 - 74
75 - 79
80 +
TRINIDAD
0-4
5-9
10 - 14
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 - 29
30 - 34
35 - 39
40 - 44
45 - 49
50 - 54
55 - 59
60 - 64
65 - 69
70 - 74
75 - 79
80 +

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

301

TABLE 21
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, HIGHEST QUALIFICATION AND
MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY AND AGE
GROUP

City of Port Of Spain


0-4
5-9
10 - 14
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 - 29
30 - 34
35 - 39
40 - 44
45 - 49
50 - 54
55 - 59
60 - 64
65 - 69
70 - 74
75 - 79
80 +
City of San Fernando
0-4
5-9
10 - 14
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 - 29
30 - 34
35 - 39
40 - 44
45 - 49
50 - 54
55 - 59
60 - 64
65 - 69
70 - 74
75 - 79
80 +

302

Total

None

(1)

(2)

35,914
2285
2251
2150
2358
2748
3103
2519
2108
1990
2266
2471
2352
2117
1626
1190
971
1409

48,635
3122
3138
2959
3276
3876
4367
3819
3217
2852
3368
3384
2901
2526
2009
1380
1039
1401

14,303
883
2251
2150
1169
637
668
519
446
485
598
738
771
762
650
523
441
614

19,129
1275
3138
2959
1678
711
878
768
701
647
890
1017
919
918
859
631
471
669

HIGHEST EXAMINATION PASSED


School
CXC
GCE O/
Leaving
Basic
CXC Gen/
Certif.
SC

(3)
1,500
43
108
50
54
72
109
187
176
190
140
127
87
157

1,648
11
47
28
28
54
127
240
222
240
175
165
132
178

(4)

(5)
692
35
94
113
91
75
68
63
36
39
24
25
13
6
10

329
11
25
48
57
51
31
33
24
10
11
9
6
5
8

GCE A/
CAPE/
HSC

(8)

6,044
571
935
878
700
573
491
485
452
348
233
140
94
58
85

9,701
904
1413
1363
1150
1020
883
871
694
521
368
241
123
64
87

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

726
60
143
87
71
60
42
49
61
48
36
20
16
23
9

1,150
132
356
168
101
61
65
61
65
57
39
23
9
7
5

Diploma
or Equiv.
Certicate
of
Achiev.
(10)
1,756
40
148
213
171
140
145
190
164
150
147
99
58
42
50

3,811
79
372
494
446
369
330
373
377
308
238
164
110
79
72

TABLE 21
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, HIGHEST QUALIFICATION AND
MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
Associate
Degree
Higher
Diploma

Bachelor
Degree

(11)

(12)

626
57
74
90
51
63
55
56
50
42
35
26
11
7
9

1,119
48
153
195
163
88
83
88
85
66
59
36
30
15
11

1,358
130
224
192
137
114
133
97
107
72
77
25
25
25

2,177
222
397
336
248
168
178
168
157
130
75
48
25
24

HIGHEST EXAMINATION PASSED


Master
Post
Doctorate
Degree
Graduate
Diploma/
Profess.
Qualif.
(13)
(14)
(15)
562
9
63
66
65
55
60
68
56
51
34
17
8
10

581
19
88
83
80
49
69
59
58
28
26
9
5
7

321
8
31
33
23
18
31
40
36
28
22
25
10
16

306
5
24
38
26
42
25
34
28
28
20
14
13
9

92
2
9
3
7
6
11
18
7
6
3
8
11

133
17
17
13
11
10
14
16
9
7
10
7
2

Other

Not Stated

(16)

(17)

293
14
24
32
30
16
14
11
16
30
17
24
20
23
23

290
11
23
16
19
25
22
26
23
27
19
31
11
14
23

7,639
1401
411
502
595
536
454
426
476
551
530
515
362
256
235
389

8,261
1848
413
566
633
612
507
467
616
584
510
438
342
214
205
307

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP

City of Port Of Spain


0-4
5-9
10 - 14
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 - 29
30 - 34
35 - 39
40 - 44
45 - 49
50 - 54
55 - 59
60 - 64
65 - 69
70 - 74
75 - 79
80 +
City of San Fernando
0-4
5-9
10 - 14
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 - 29
30 - 34
35 - 39
40 - 44
45 - 49
50 - 54
55 - 59
60 - 64
65 - 69
70 - 74
75 - 79
80 +

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

303

TABLE 21
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, HIGHEST QUALIFICATION AND
MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY AND AGE
GROUP

Borough of Arima
0-4
5-9
10 - 14
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 - 29
30 - 34
35 - 39
40 - 44
45 - 49
50 - 54
55 - 59
60 - 64
65 - 69
70 - 74
75 - 79
80 +
Borough of Chaguanas
0-4
5-9
10 - 14
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 - 29
30 - 34
35 - 39
40 - 44
45 - 49
50 - 54
55 - 59
60 - 64
65 - 69
70 - 74
75 - 79
80 +

304

Total

None

(1)

(2)

33,404
2321
2313
2130
2260
2817
3056
2765
2295
2121
2394
2120
1970
1623
1210
813
527
669

83,489
5800
5696
5342
6172
6965
8230
7432
6644
5966
6210
5408
4523
3429
2494
1562
837
779

14,130
957
2313
2130
1144
586
643
609
542
549
737
734
715
673
639
453
294
413

35,765
2428
5696
5342
2955
1598
1924
1810
1712
1774
2082
1974
1873
1601
1267
855
479
396

HIGHEST EXAMINATION PASSED


School
CXC
GCE O/
Leaving
Basic
CXC Gen/
Certif.
SC

(3)
1,072
38
39
54
65
75
98
167
141
116
92
82
66
40

2,689
73
153
156
183
203
312
401
403
316
209
135
82
63

(4)
528
34
89
84
68
50
43
58
23
31
25
16
5
2

1,342
113
158
205
194
178
153
139
89
56
28
15
11
2
2

(5)
6,047
611
997
895
784
602
571
576
412
245
180
94
41
17
20

15,577
1700
2337
2496
2169
1811
1509
1410
933
591
356
159
64
25
16

GCE A/
CAPE/
HSC

Diploma
or Equiv.
Certicate
of Achiev.

(8)

(10)

727
81
217
85
79
44
40
33
35
41
33
20
7
6
6

1,878
303
562
228
168
113
106
124
110
75
42
27
13
5
2

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

2,809
64
268
390
356
308
283
263
238
246
184
105
55
24
25

5,016
163
559
713
625
611
517
503
427
349
231
170
93
40
15

TABLE 21
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, HIGHEST QUALIFICATION AND
MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
Associate
Degree
Higher
Diploma

Bachelor
Degree

(11)

(12)

698
36
79
116
106
92
60
57
44
44
24
18
9
6
6

1,849
140
258
329
275
233
159
148
118
82
49
32
22
1
1

1,401
194
296
214
166
107
117
84
89
61
34
22
11
6

3,432
433
746
549
419
347
282
252
173
115
72
30
10
6

HIGHEST EXAMINATION PASSED


Master
Post
Doctorate
Degree
Graduate
Diploma/
Profess.
Qualif.
(13)
(14)
(15)
436
9
74
59
56
54
38
40
51
34
10
6
2
3

1,122
44
146
191
186
145
115
118
72
54
33
10
7
2

149
6
14
24
22
11
11
15
14
16
8
6
2
1

511
13
59
84
74
66
43
35
54
31
34
11
6
1

55
3
7
7
2
7
6
8
3
3
2
2
3

132
31
14
18
14
15
9
11
11
2
3
2
1

Other

Not
Stated

(16)

(17)

353
10
18
43
39
23
27
32
38
31
26
27
15
11
13

459
15
33
56
76
63
50
27
42
44
18
22
10
1
1

MUNICIPALITY AND AGE


GROUP

4,998
1,364
279
318
373
367
318
297
368
283
315
247
142
112
83
133

Borough of Arima
0-4
5-9
10 - 14
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 - 29
30 - 34
35 - 39
40 - 44
45 - 49
50 - 54
55 - 59
60 - 64
65 - 69
70 - 74
75 - 79
80 +

13,717
3,372
784
897
1,146
1,121
1,044
924
1,009
899
740
576
452
304
176
272

Borough of Chaguanas
0-4
5-9
10 - 14
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 - 29
30 - 34
35 - 39
40 - 44
45 - 49
50 - 54
55 - 59
60 - 64
65 - 69
70 - 74
75 - 79
80 +

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

305

TABLE 21
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, HIGHEST QUALIFICATION AND
MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
MUNICIPALITY AND
AGE GROUP

Borough of Point
Fortin
0-4
5-9
10 - 14
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 - 29
30 - 34
35 - 39
40 - 44
45 - 49
50 - 54
55 - 59
60 - 64
65 - 69
70 - 74
75 - 79
80 +
Couva/Tabaquite/
Talparo
0-4
5-9
10 - 14
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 - 29
30 - 34
35 - 39
40 - 44
45 - 49
50 - 54
55 - 59
60 - 64
65 - 69
70 - 74
75 - 79
80 +

306

Total

None

(1)

(2)

HIGHEST EXAMINATION PASSED


School
CXC Basic GCE O/
Leaving
CXC Gen/
Certif.
SC

(3)

(4)

(5)

GCE A/
CAPE/
HSC

Diploma
or Equiv.
Certicate
of Achiev.

(8)

(10)

20,161

9,263

748

242

3,489

242

2,186

1597
1455
1338
1536
1861
2010
1492
1245
1116
1458
1308
1125
858
518
442
337
466

649
1455
1338
865
455
497
382
359
353
491
538
462
403
280
257
192
286

8
16
20
26
36
81
134
120
90
66
49
52
49

15
30
39
27
27
17
28
18
17
11
5
6
1
1

393
699
648
443
303
297
311
172
116
61
26
11
7
2

31
73
44
20
19
10
15
9
14
2
2
1
1

69
315
368
282
240
178
209
179
158
85
44
27
16
14

178,160

88,070

5,875

2,795

34,035

3,492

9,975

12681
12056
11580
13026
15299
17245
14817
13135
12369
13709
11928
9891
7402
5423
3354
2150
2095

5154
12056
11580
6805
3891
4829
4512
4544
4841
6228
5836
5174
4241
3434
2224
1400
1318

138
334
329
326
381
792
988
797
659
452
298
196
186

176
423
471
368
357
331
277
155
88
73
28
22
17
8

3705
5610
5771
4688
3811
3326
2946
1860
1185
643
304
104
57
25

492
1208
532
349
211
170
146
159
116
68
26
7
6
3

347
1180
1581
1377
1151
973
943
870
731
402
238
89
55
39

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

TABLE 21
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, HIGHEST QUALIFICATION AND
MUNICIPALITY

Associate
Degree
Higher
Diploma

Bachelor
Degree

(11)

(12)

BOTH SEXES
HIGHEST EXAMINATION PASSED
Master
Post
Doctorate
Degree
Graduate
Diploma/
Profess.
Qualif.
(13)
(14)
(15)

Other

Not Stated

(16)

(17)

MUNICIPALITY AND
AGE GROUP

Borough of Point
Fortin

335

294

80

41

85

3,147

11
39
54
51
40
23
22
31
26
22
3
7
5
2

57
74
36
27
19
19
20
17
11
6
5
1

5
14
10
6
3
13
5
13
6
3
2
1

5
8
5
1
6
2
6
5
2
1
1

1
2
1
1
1
2

2
9
20
6
8
6
11
11
3
2
2
1
1
1

948
149
172
231
203
184
172
252
187
173
159
77
73
59
108

2,846

4,557

1,158

669

132

872

23,683

Couva/Tabaquite/
Talparo

228
450
538
373
337
220
212
186
151
71
41
25
7
8

718
1042
771
569
372
311
242
252
146
76
34
15
9

35
176
206
172
141
113
124
89
54
30
10
6
2

33
67
117
94
73
55
61
68
49
34
9
6
2

22
23
17
8
13
17
10
5
5
7
6
1

38
82
102
116
77
97
83
88
64
38
46
25
9
8

7527
1235
1531
1779
1587
1468
1435
1593
1341
1167
954
709
500
372
485

0-4
5-9
10 - 14
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 - 29
30 - 34
35 - 39
40 - 44
45 - 49
50 - 54
55 - 59
60 - 64
65 - 69
70 - 74
75 - 79
80 +

0-4
5-9
10 - 14
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 - 29
30 - 34
35 - 39
40 - 44
45 - 49
50 - 54
55 - 59
60 - 64
65 - 69
70 - 74
75 - 79
80 +

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

307

TABLE 21
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, HIGHEST QUALIFICATION AND
MUNICIPALITY
BOTH SEXES
HIGHEST EXAMINATION PASSED
MUNICIPALITY AND
AGE GROUP

Diego Martin
0-4
5-9
10 - 14
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 - 29
30 - 34
35 - 39
40 - 44
45 - 49
50 - 54
55 - 59
60 - 64
65 - 69
70 - 74
75 - 79
80 +
Mayaro/Rio Claro
0-4
5-9
10 - 14
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 - 29
30 - 34
35 - 39
40 - 44
45 - 49
50 - 54
55 - 59
60 - 64
65 - 69
70 - 74
75 - 79
80 +

308

Total

None

School
Leaving
Certif.

CXC Basic

GCE O/
CXC Gen/
SC

GCE A/
CAPE/
HSC

Diploma
or Equiv.
Certicate
of Achiev.

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(8)

(10)

102,340
6835
6839
6752
7295
8087
8834
7361
6542
6292
7282
6847
5710
5086
4255
3235
2430
2659

35,649
2719
2678
2644
2971
3401
3213
2617
2342
2464
2706
2230
1705
1310
933
798
470
445

43,040
2811
6839
6752
3976
1904
2110
1694
1467
1439
2223
2305
2154
1894
1718
1458
1072
1223

20,251
1069
2678
2644
1670
1026
1122
1067
1037
1254
1512
1317
1069
883
685
571
354
291

3,325
104
175
117
121
164
313
442
386
389
323
290
239
262

1,204
49
126
120
109
130
161
174
116
91
52
43
19
14

2,521
199
359
410
351
304
319
246
107
63
39
38
39
31
19

452
41
84
64
60
41
60
48
30
17
5
1
1
-

17,951
1694
2866
2652
2114
1779
1475
1538
1124
834
691
477
316
207
182

6,149
865
1414
1030
758
584
517
461
254
138
84
27
7
6
5

2,223
262
571
231
174
151
150
134
140
101
92
74
60
38
43

368
51
166
43
46
16
10
15
9
7
2
1
1
-

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

5,592
141
442
664
565
552
593
571
551
388
345
302
199
138
141

1,297
56
208
260
179
149
124
102
81
64
33
15
19
2
5

TABLE 21
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, HIGHEST QUALIFICATION AND
MUNICIPALITY

Associate
Degree
Higher
Diploma

Bachelor
Degree

(11)

(12)

2,147
173
270
329
260
227
179
195
133
124
80
87
40
26
26

306
56
55
66
40
30
17
3
11
8
7
7
2
3
1

4,811
469
787
558
536
529
454
454
343
227
186
117
93
58

349
71
92
51
41
26
22
14
18
6
3
3
2
-

BOTH SEXES
HIGHEST EXAMINATION PASSED
Master
Post
Doctorate
Degree
Graduate
Diploma/
Profess.
Qualif.
(13)
1,890
49
184
238
287
208
222
249
143
121
91
47
27
23

68
1
19
9
10
6
6
3
3
2
2
3
1
1

(14)
1,020
14
68
89
104
109
108
115
108
85
77
77
39
26

67
2
13
7
11
9
8
6
1
5
2
3
-

(15)
306
16
31
20
25
26
39
33
41
27
19
15
14

11
2
2
5
1
1
-

Other

Not Stated

(16)

(17)

724
39
52
66
49
35
43
58
58
27
48
89
56
52
51

107
2
13
6
10
9
16
18
13
14
2
1
1
2
-

16,791
4024
811
987
1141
1122
958
1058
1193
1130
1005
1035
767
516
453
591

5,019
1,651
230
313
372
269
304
295
351
316
246
189
137
140
79
129

MUNICIPALITY AND
AGE GROUP

Diego Martin
0-4
5-9
10 - 14
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 - 29
30 - 34
35 - 39
40 - 44
45 - 49
50 - 54
55 - 59
60 - 64
65 - 69
70 - 74
75 - 79
80 +
Mayaro/Rio Claro
0-4
5-9
10 - 14
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 - 29
30 - 34
35 - 39
40 - 44
45 - 49
50 - 54
55 - 59
60 - 64
65 - 69
70 - 74
75 - 79
80 +

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

309

TABLE 21
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, HIGHEST QUALIFICATION AND
MUNICIPALITY

MUNICIPALITY AND
AGE GROUP

Penal/Debe
0-4
5-9
10 - 14
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 - 29
30 - 34
35 - 39
40 - 44
45 - 49
50 - 54
55 - 59
60 - 64
65 - 69
70 - 74
75 - 79
80 +
Princes Town
0-4
5-9
10 - 14
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 - 29
30 - 34
35 - 39
40 - 44
45 - 49
50 - 54
55 - 59
60 - 64
65 - 69
70 - 74
75 - 79
80 +

310

Total

None

(1)

(2)

89,342
5916
5703
5520
6342
7697
8720
7347
6490
6239
7198
6229
5013
3673
2988
1975
1162
1129

102,369
7572
6919
6848
8021
9323
9994
8228
7108
6747
7715
6512
5346
3952
3227
2062
1340
1456

43,753
2402
5703
5520
3124
1812
2370
2309
2355
2583
3381
3060
2601
2144
1845
1252
697
596

52,582
3054
6919
6848
4233
2471
2931
2715
2704
2914
3719
3399
2994
2458
2062
1357
906
898

BOTH SEXES
HIGHEST EXAMINATION PASSED
School
CXC Basic GCE O/
Leaving
CXC Gen/
Certif.
SC

(3)
2,718
84
142
126
153
197
352
494
394
256
248
133
71
68

3,563
102
195
165
209
271
501
573
494
345
322
187
107
92

(4)
1,754
122
249
250
239
244
162
186
102
63
51
38
25
14
10

1,453
98
230
241
170
204
172
139
83
50
33
14
13
2
5

(5)
15,749
1792
2544
2686
2203
1752
1457
1371
880
590
263
121
57
22
13

17,951
2146
3257
3274
2494
1911
1615
1447
886
499
241
116
31
16
18

GCE A/
CAPE/
HSC

Diploma
or Equiv.
Certicate
of Achiev.

(8)

(10)

2,251
352
816
334
209
121
100
94
90
79
34
14
3
5

1,701
285
628
270
133
84
71
71
75
49
17
13
2
3
-

T R I N I D A D A N D TO B AG O 2 0 1 1 P O P U L AT I O N A N D H O U S I N G C E N S U S
DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT

5,258
186
709
837
640
527
482
534
477
367
224
156
66
36
18

5,467
204
806
951
821
596
442
463
423
342
179
131
67
30
14

TABLE 21
NON-INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION BY SEX, AGE GROUP, HIGHEST QUALIFICATION AND
MUNICIPALITY

Associate
Degree
Higher
Diploma

Bachelor
Degree

(