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Demographics of Martinique

Population

According to INSEE Martinique has an estimated population of 390,371 on January 1, 2012.[1]

Vital statistics[1][2]

Average population (x 1000) Live births Deaths Natural change Crude birth rate (per 1000) Crude death rate (per 1000) Natural change (per 1000) Total fertility rate
1950 222 8 420 2 987 5 433 37.3 13.7 23.7
1951 224 8 750 3 356 5 394 38.8 14.2 24.6
1952 228 8 712 3 193 5 519 38.3 14.3 24.0
1953 233 9 409 2 455 6 954 39.6 11.6 27.9
1954 239 9 558 2 499 7 059 39.4 11.0 28.5
1955 246 9 770 2 660 7 110 39.8 11.2 28.6
1956 253 10 146 2 529 7 617 39.8 10.0 29.8
1957 260 10 502 2 533 7 969 39.1 10.6 28.5
1958 267 10 295 2 754 7 541 38.4 9.9 28.4
1959 274 10 435 2 347 8 088 37.5 8.7 28.8
1960 282 10 661 2 678 7 983 38.4 9.7 28.7
1961 288 10 573 2 289 8 284 36.5 8.2 28.3
1962 295 10 663 2 546 8 117 37.3 8.5 28.8
1963 301 10 217 2 514 7 703 35.4 8.3 27.1
1964 306 10 337 2 523 7 814 34.4 8.1 26.4
1965 311 10 747 2 389 8 358 34.8 8.1 26.8
1966 315 10 094 2 435 7 659 33.7 7.9 25.7
1967 319 9 877 2 377 7 500 31.7 7.9 23.8
1968 321 9 848 2 290 7 558 31.9 7.6 24.3
1969 323 8 893 2 493 6 400 29.0 7.7 21.3
1970 325 9 275 2 559 6 716 28.9 7.8 21.1
1971 326 9 214 2 230 6 984 29.7 7.0 22.6
1972 327 8 657 2 280 6 377 28.4 7.3 21.2
1973 328 7 683 2 382 5 301 26.3 7.4 18.9
1974 328 7 317 2 427 4 890 24.6 7.4 17.2
1975 328 6 741 2 300 4 441 22.9 7.1 15.8
1976 327 5 873 2 344 3 529 19.5 7.2 12.3
1977 326 5 409 2 173 3 236 17.9 6.8 11.1
1978 325 5 065 2 188 2 877 16.4 6.7 9.7
1979 325 5 439 2 120 3 319 17.2 6.5 10.7
1980 325 5 363 2 164 3 199 18.1 6.6 11.5
1981 327 5 406 2 041 3 365 18.2 6.4 11.8
1982 329 5 376 2 113 3 263 18.2 6.4 11.8
1983 333 5 641 2 207 3 434 18.5 6.6 11.9
1984 336 5 712 2 072 3 640 18.3 6.4 11.9
1985 340 5 711 2 132 3 579 18.2 6.5 11.7
1986 344 5 969 2 112 3 857 17.7 6.2 11.5
1987 348 6 328 2 149 4 179 18.6 6.2 12.4
1988 352 6 386 2 092 4 294 18.7 6.0 12.7
1989 355 6 565 2 162 4 403 19.3 6.1 13.2
1990 358 6 437 2 228 4 209 18.0 6.2 11.7
1991 361 6 316 2 181 4 135 17.5 6.0 11.5
1992 363 6 315 2 182 4 133 17.4 6.0 11.4
1993 365 5 901 2 226 3 675 16.2 6.1 10.1
1994 366 5 698 2 216 3 482 15.5 6.0 9.5
1995 369 5 644 2 338 3 306 15.3 6.3 9.0
1996 371 5 669 2 290 3 379 15.3 6.2 9.1
1997 375 5 735 2 403 3 332 15.3 6.4 8.9
1998 378 5 793 2 530 3 263 15.3 6.7 8.6
1999 381 5 766 2 551 3 215 15.1 6.7 8.4 1.91
2000 384 5 890 2 639 3 251 15.3 6.9 8.5 1.99
2001 387 5 774 2 734 3 040 14.9 7.1 7.9 1.98
2002 390 5 446 2 649 2 797 14.0 6.8 7.2 1.89
2003 392 5 430 2 727 2 703 13.8 7.0 6.9 1.92
2004 394 5 255 2 645 2 610 13.3 6.7 6.6 1.91
2005 396 5 032 2 610 2 422 12.7 6.6 6.1 1.85
2006 398 5 370 2 663 2 707 13.5 6.7 6.8 2.04
2007 399 5 317 2 830 2 487 13.3 7.1 6.2 2.05
2008 399 5 333 2 793 2 540 13.4 7.0 6.4 2.10
2009 400 5 174 2 771 2 403 12.9 6.9 6.0 2.07
2010 401 4 889 2 844 2 045 12.2 7.1 5.1 2.01
2011 402 4 475 2 741 1 734 11.1 6.8 4.3 1.88
2012 403 4 458 2 818 1 640 11.1 7.0 4.1

Life expectancy

At birth, life expectancy is 78.9 years for male children, and 84.8 for female (figures for 2011).[1]

Ethnic groups

African and African-white-Indian mixture 90%; white 5%; Indian Tamil or East Indian, Lebanese and Syrians, and Chinese less than 5%.

Languages

French (official) and Creole patois. (by this CIA Factbook means Antillean Creole)

Religions

Roman Catholic 95%, Hindu and pagan African 5%, tiny number of Protestants, and small Jewish community.

References

  1. ^ a b c d Institut national de la statistique et des études économique
  2. ^ [1] United nations. Demographic Yearbooks
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