The Human Truth Foundation

Which Caribbean Country Has the Most Immigrants Or Emigrants?

By Vexen Crabtree 2017

#emigration #immigration #migration #population #the_caribbean

Percent of Population
Pos.Immigrants (2017)
%1
Emigrants (2010)
%2
Population (2018)
Population3
1Antigua & Barbuda28.1%47.6%96 286
2Bahamas15.6%12.8%0.4m
3St Kitts & Nevis13.7%61.1%52 441
4Barbados12.1%41.0%0.3m
5Dominica9.2%104.8%71 625
6St Lucia7.2%23.3%0.2m
7Grenada6.6%65.5%0.1m
8St Vincent & Grenadines4.2%37.7%0.1m
9Dominican Rep.3.9%10.1%10.6m
10Trinidad & Tobago3.7%26.7%1.4m
11Jamaica0.8%36.1%2.9m
12Haiti0.4%9.9%11.1m
13Cuba0.1%10.9%11.3m
The Caribbean Avg8.1%37.5%3.0m
q=13.

The countries in The Caribbean with the highest percent of immigrants in their populations are Antigua & Barbuda (28.1%), Bahamas (15.6%) and St Kitts & Nevis (13.7%), although the average for The Caribbean is 8%. When it comes to emigration the highest rates are Dominica (104.8%), Grenada (65.5%) and St Kitts & Nevis (61.1%). The average regional emigration rate is 37%.