Demographics of Saint Helena - CIA World Factbook Demographic Statistics - Population

Population

NB: the following figures represent the whole territory, including Ascension Island and Tristan da Cunha.

By 2010 estimates, per one thousand population: the birth rate is 10.95 births, and the death rate is 6.91 deaths. In the same year, it was estimated that the rate of population growth was 0.404%.

The median age for 2010 is 38.2 years. The following tables describe age structure and human sex ratio, as estimated for 2010.

Age structure
Age range (years) % of population Of which male Of which female
0-14 18.3 712 685
15-64 70.4 2,744 2,629
65+ 11.4 412 455
Sex ratio
Age range (years) Ratio male/female
at birth 1.049
0-14 1.04
15-64 1.04
65+ 0.94
Total 1.02

The total fertility rate for 2010 is estimated at 1.56 children born per woman.

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