Jamaica’s population grew from 2,607,632 (2.608 million) persons in 2001 to 2, 697, 983 (2.698 million) in 2011. This represents a 3.5% increase in the total population size over the period (2001 – 2011). The following shows a breakdown of 2011 population by parish:

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3 comments

  1. Very good presentation of the census data. However It would be nice get a further breaker down of the percentage increase per parish, which would enable one to see which parish parish population size grew the most or less over the period. Thus allowing for some deliberation as why the population size of some parish increase more that others, whether this is purely due to actual birth or migration, etc. Keep up the good work.

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