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Saint Vincent Population 2024

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, often simply referred to as Saint Vincent, is an island country in the Caribbean. Its territory consists of the main island of Saint Vincent and the northern two-thirds of the Grenadines, a chain of 32 smaller islands.  As per the UN World Population Prospects report, the population of Saint Vincent in 2023 is 103,683 (103 thousand)

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Population of Saint Vincent and  Grenadines in 2024  – 103 thousand 
Saint Vincent2024 Estimate
Total Population103,683
Caribbean Rank14
Sovereignty Independent
Land Area 389 sq.km (150 sq. mi)
Area Rank184
Pop. Density284 people/sq. km
Capital CityKingstown

Source: UNWorld Population Prospects

Religion in Saint Vincent and  Grenadines

Christianity is the main religion in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines with 81.5% followers. Among Christians roman Protestants have most number of adherents followed by Roman Catholics. 8.8% of population is unaffiliated or Irreligious.

According to the 2001 census Anglicanism constitutes the largest religious category, with 17.8% of the population. Pentecostals are the second largest group (17.6%). The next largest group are Methodists (10.9% of the population), followed by Seventh-day Adventists (10.2%) and Baptists (10.0%).

Other Christians affiliations  include Roman Catholics (7.5%), Evangelicals (2.8%), Church of God (2.5%), Brethren Christian (1.3%), Jehovah’s Witnesses (0.6%) and the Salvation Army (0.3%).

About 1.5% of the population adheres to the Rastafari movement. Other religions include Hinduism, Islam Bahá’í Faith, Judaism, and Buddhism.

Religion / AffiliationPercentage
– Anglican17.80%
– Pentecostals17.60%
– Methodists10.90%
– Seventh-day Adventist10.20%
– Baptist10.00%
– Evangelical2.80%
– Church of God2.50%
 – Brethren Christian1.30%
– Salvation Army0.30%
Other Christians 
Roman Catholic7.50%
Jehovah’s Witness0.60%
Other faiths 
Hindu & Muslims1.50%

Source: Census 2001

Ethnicity in Saint Vincent and  Grenadines

Saint Vincent and  Grenadines is a multi-ethnic nation, home to people of different ethnic, religious and national backgrounds.

Saint Vincent’s population is predominantly African Ancestry. Black/African population accounts for 66%  of Population. Its followed by  Mixed African-European descent and accounts for 19% of population. People from Indian Ancestry are at third number, 6% of the population is East Indian (Indo-Caribbean).

4% population is European/white ancestry and 2% of the population is Indigenous Amerindian known as Carib. The remaining includes Chinese and people from the Middle East and West Asia.

The racial composition is as follows

Race and Ethnicity percent
East Indian
Carib Amerindian
Population of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 2024