Antigua and Barbuda Population 2023
Antigua and Barbuda is a sovereign island country in the West Indies in the Americas, lying between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. It consists of two major islands, Antigua and Barbuda, and smaller islands.
As per the UN World Population Prospects report, the population of Antigua and Barbuda in 2023 is 99,505 (Ninety-Nine thousand)
Population of Antigua and Barbuda in 2023 – 99 thousand
|Antigua and Barbuda||2023 Population|
|Land Area||442.6 q.km (170.9 sq. mi)|
|Pop. Density||223 people/sq. km|
|Capital City||St. John’s|
Source: World Population Prospects 2019
Religion in Antigua and Barbuda
Christianity is the main religion in Antigua and Barbuda. Among Christians Protestants have most number of adherents followed by Catholics. 5.90% of population is unaffiliated or Irreligious.
68.3% belong to Protestant denominations, (includes Anglican 17.6%, Seventh Day Adventist 12.4%, Pentecostal 12.2%, Moravian 8.3%, Methodist 5.6%, Wesleyan Holiness 4.5%, Church of God 4.1%, Baptist 3.6%). About 8.2% of the population is Roman Catholic.
About 12.2% of the population adheres to Other religions include Hinduism, Islam, Bahá’í Faith, Judaism, and Buddhism.
|Religion / Affiliation||Percentage|
|– Seventh Day Adventist||12.4%|
|– Wesleyan Holiness||4.5%|
|– Church of God||4.1%|
Source: Census 2010
Ethnicity in Antigua and Barbuda
Antigua and Barbuda is a multi-ethnic nation, home to people of different ethnic, religious and national backgrounds.
Antigua and Barbuda population is predominantly African Ancestry. Black/African population accounts for 91.0% of Population. Its followed by Mixed African-European descent and accounts for 4.4% of population. People from Indian Ancestry are at third number, 2.7% of the population is East Indian (Indo-Caribbean).
0.3% of the population is Indigenous Amerindian known as Carib. The remaining of the population includes Europeans, Middle East, and Chinese
The racial composition is as follows
|Race and Ethnicity||Percentage|