Caribbean Netherlands; population, births, deaths, migration

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This table contains information about population developments due to birth, mortality and foreign migration on the islands of Bonaire, Saba and St. Eustatius.
Since 10 October 2010, the islands of Bonaire, Saba and St. Eustatius have the status of 'special municipalities' of the Netherlands.

Data available from: 2011

Status of the figures:
All figures presented in the table are final.

Changes as from 23 April 2020:
Figures for 2019 have been added.

When will new figures be published?
Final figures for 2020 will be published in the second quarter of 2021.

Caribbean Netherlands; population, births, deaths, migration

Caribbean Netherlands Periods Population dynamicsPopulation on 1 January (number) Population dynamicsLive born children (number) Population dynamicsDeaths (number) Population dynamicsNatural increase (number) Population dynamicsArrivals in the CN municipalityTotal arrivals (number) Population dynamicsArrivals in the CN municipalityImmigration (number) Population dynamicsArrivals in the CN municipalityArrivals from another CN municipality (number) Population dynamicsRemoval from CN municipalityTotal removals (including administr... (number) Population dynamicsRemoval from CN municipalityEmigration (including administrative... (number) Population dynamicsRemoval from CN municipalityRemoval to another CN municipality (number) Population dynamicsNet migrationTotal net migration (number) Population dynamicsNet migrationForeign net migration (number) Population dynamicsNet migrationDomestic net migration (number) Population dynamicsOther corrections (number) Population dynamicsPopulation growthPopulation growth (number) Population dynamicsPopulation growthPopulation growth, relative (%) Population dynamicsPopulation on 31 December (number) People moved within CN municipalities (number)
Caribbean Netherlands 2011 21,087 221 139 82 2,252 2,234 18 1,303 1,285 18 949 949 0 186 1,217 5.8 22,304 1,811
Caribbean Netherlands 2012 22,304 227 95 132 2,279 2,261 18 1,400 1,382 18 879 879 0 -19 992 4.4 23,296 1,987
Caribbean Netherlands 2013 23,296 255 109 146 2,231 2,184 47 1,407 1,360 47 824 824 0 13 983 4.2 24,279 2,517
Caribbean Netherlands 2014 24,279 242 136 106 1,770 1,737 33 1,556 1,523 33 214 214 0 -6 314 1.3 24,593 2,490
Caribbean Netherlands 2015 24,593 213 122 91 1,779 1,740 39 1,918 1,879 39 -139 -139 0 3 -45 -0.2 24,548 2,363
Caribbean Netherlands 2016 24,548 243 99 144 1,840 1,799 41 2,075 2,034 41 -235 -235 0 -18 -109 -0.4 24,439 2,682
Caribbean Netherlands 2017 24,439 243 134 109 1,942 1,901 41 1,447 1,406 41 495 495 0 9 613 2.5 25,052 2,849
Caribbean Netherlands 2018 25,052 256 102 154 1,699 1,681 18 1,755 1,737 18 -56 -56 0 7 105 0.4 25,157 2,597
Caribbean Netherlands 2019 25,157 244 125 119 1,924 1,904 20 1,234 1,214 20 690 690 0 21 830 3.3 25,987 3,290
Bonaire 2011 15,679 181 109 72 1,544 1,539 5 851 849 2 693 690 3 97 862 5.5 16,541 1,496
Bonaire 2012 16,541 191 70 121 1,532 1,523 9 824 820 4 708 703 5 38 867 5.2 17,408 1,700
Bonaire 2013 17,408 194 79 115 1,548 1,525 23 666 658 8 882 867 15 8 1,005 5.8 18,413 1,901
Bonaire 2014 18,413 207 98 109 1,235 1,213 22 825 822 3 410 391 19 -27 492 2.7 18,905 2,156
Bonaire 2015 18,905 160 102 58 1,271 1,245 26 832 826 6 439 419 20 6 503 2.7 19,408 1,976
Bonaire 2016 19,408 195 76 119 1,313 1,291 22 1,659 1,649 10 -346 -358 12 -2 -229 -1.2 19,179 2,085
Bonaire 2017 19,179 197 99 98 1,389 1,381 8 1,123 1,115 8 266 266 0 6 370 1.9 19,549 2,029
Bonaire 2018 19,549 206 73 133 1,286 1,283 3 882 879 3 404 404 0 18 555 2.8 20,104 2,141
Bonaire 2019 20,104 203 97 106 1,479 1,475 4 762 758 4 717 717 0 -12 811 4.0 20,915 2,538
St. Eustatius 2011 3,611 33 13 20 298 289 9 188 183 5 110 106 4 51 181 5.0 3,792 197
St. Eustatius 2012 3,792 21 12 9 275 270 5 145 140 5 130 130 0 -34 105 2.8 3,897 140
St. Eustatius 2013 3,897 51 18 33 378 356 22 285 271 14 93 85 8 -3 123 3.2 4,020 243
St. Eustatius 2014 4,020 24 22 2 177 171 6 330 310 20 -153 -139 -14 8 -143 -3.6 3,877 166
St. Eustatius 2015 3,877 36 11 25 172 170 2 876 849 27 -704 -679 -25 -5 -684 -17.6 3,193 212
St. Eustatius 2016 3,193 31 13 18 181 170 11 129 110 19 52 60 -8 -13 57 1.8 3,250 406
St. Eustatius 2017 3,250 28 22 6 259 232 27 168 141 27 91 91 0 1 98 3.0 3,348 685
St. Eustatius 2018 3,348 35 18 17 179 169 10 396 386 10 -217 -217 0 -10 -210 -6.3 3,138 308
St. Eustatius 2019 3,138 30 15 15 213 201 12 225 213 12 -12 -12 0 -2 1 0.0 3,139 584
Saba 2011 1,797 7 17 -10 410 406 4 264 253 11 146 153 -7 38 174 9.7 1,971 118
Saba 2012 1,971 15 13 2 472 468 4 431 422 9 41 46 -5 -23 20 1.0 1,991 147
Saba 2013 1,991 10 12 -2 305 303 2 456 431 25 -151 -128 -23 8 -145 -7.3 1,846 373
Saba 2014 1,846 11 16 -5 358 353 5 401 391 10 -43 -38 -5 13 -35 -1.9 1,811 168
Saba 2015 1,811 17 9 8 336 325 11 210 204 6 126 121 5 2 136 7.5 1,947 175
Saba 2016 1,947 17 10 7 346 338 8 287 275 12 59 63 -4 -3 63 3.2 2,010 191
Saba 2017 2,010 18 13 5 294 288 6 156 150 6 138 138 0 2 145 7.2 2,155 135
Saba 2018 2,155 15 11 4 234 229 5 477 472 5 -243 -243 0 -1 -240 -11.1 1,915 148
Saba 2019 1,915 11 13 -2 232 228 4 247 243 4 -15 -15 0 35 18 0.9 1,933 168
Source: CBS.
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