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British Virgin Islands Population 2024

The British Virgin Islands, officially the Virgin Islands is a British Overseas Territory in the Caribbean. Its territory consists of the main islands of Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada, and Jost Van Dyke, along with more than 50 other smaller islands and cays.

As per the UN World Population Prospects report, 2019 by the United Nations, the population of the British Virgin Islands in 2024 is 31,763 (32 thousand)

Population of  British Virgin Islands in 2024  – 32 thousand
 British Virgin Islands2024 Estimates
Total Population31,763
Caribbean Rank24
SovereigntyBritish Territory
Land Area 150 sq.km (58 sq. mi)
Area Rank
Pop. Density202 people/sq. km
Capital CityRoad Town

Source: UN World Population Prospects

Religion in British Virgin Islands

In the British Virgin Islands, Christianity prevails as the dominant religion, with over 90% of the population affiliating themselves with various Christian denominations, according to the 2010 Census. Among these, Methodism holds the largest share at 17.6%, followed by Anglicanism at 9.5%, the Church of God at 10.4%, Seventh-Day Adventists at 9.0%, and Roman Catholics at 8.9%. The Christian faith plays a significant role in shaping the cultural and spiritual landscape of the islands.

Additionally, the British Virgin Islands showcase religious diversity with the presence of non-Christian faiths. Hinduism and Islam emerged as the largest non-Christian faiths in 2010, representing 1.9% and 0.9%, respectively, of the population. 

Religious Composition in British Virgin Islands (2010 Census):

Christian DenominationPercentage
Church of God10.4%
Seventh-Day Adventists9.0%
Roman Catholic8.9%
Other Christian Denominations34.6%
Other Non-Christian Faiths0.6%
British Virgin Islands Population and religion Percentage