Trinidad and Tobago Population: 1,397,954

The Trinidad and Tobago are the dual islands in the Caribbean region near Venezuela. This country is culturally and traditionally rich in Creole tradition and cuisines. Trinidad is also known as the capital Port of Spain. The wildlife in these islands is amazing as numerous bird species and sanctuaries can be seen here.

Trinidad and Tobago largest cities by population

The population is below 1 lakh in every city. The first largely populated city is Chaguanas, with a population of 67,433. The second large city is Mon Repos. Its population is 56,380. The other central cities are San Fernando, Port of Spain, and Rio Claro.

CITY NAME POPULATION
Chaguanas 67,433
Mon Repos 56,380
San Fernando 55,419
Port of Spain 49,031
Rio Claro 35,650
Arima 35,000
Marabella 26,700
Laventille 21,000
Point Fortin 19,056
Tunapuna 17,758
Scarborough 17,000
Sangre Grande 15,968
Paradise 15,067

Trinidad and Tobago population history 

The yearly change in the population of this island is unstable as it changes every year. However, from the historical data, it is considered that the population of the country over the decade is slowly rising. In the past decade, the highest growth was recorded in the year 2015, which is 0.63%growth. From 2010 to 2019, the global population rank of the country remains the same that is the 153rd rank.

Year Population Yearly % Change Yearly Change Migrants (net) Median Age Fertility Rate Density (P/Km²) Urban Pop % Urban Population Country’s Share of World Pop World Population Global Rank
2020 1,399,488 0.32% 4,515 -800 36.2 1.73 273 52.40% 733,146 0.02% 7,794,798,739 154
2019 1,394,973 0.37% 5,130 -800 34.3 1.78 272 52.40% 731,559 0.02% 7,713,468,100 153
2018 1,389,843 0.42% 5,784 -800 34.3 1.78 271 52.50% 730,005 0.02% 7,631,091,040 153
2017 1,384,059 0.47% 6,499 -800 34.3 1.78 270 52.60% 728,446 0.02% 7,547,858,925 153
2016 1,377,560 0.53% 7,232 -800 34.3 1.78 269 52.80% 726,847 0.02% 7,464,022,049 153
2015 1,370,328 0.63% 8,436 -800 33.8 1.8 267 52.90% 725,194 0.02% 7,379,797,139 153
2010 1,328,147 0.48% 6,329 -3,721 31.9 1.8 259 54.00% 717,501 0.02% 6,956,823,603 153
2005 1,296,502 0.46% 5,870 -3,498 29.8 1.75 253 55.00% 712,883 0.02% 6,541,907,027 152
2000 1,267,153 0.21% 2,591 -6,852 27.7 1.82 247 55.90% 708,868 0.02% 6,143,493,823 150
1995 1,254,200 0.54% 6,617 -6,563 25.7 2.18 244 55.10% 690,758 0.02% 5,744,212,979 149
1990 1,221,116 0.85% 10,166 -9,077 24.1 2.75 238 54.20% 661,343 0.02% 5,327,231,061 149
1985 1,170,285 1.53% 17,108 -6,734 22.7 3.28 228 53.20% 622,994 0.02% 4,870,921,740 148
1980 1,084,744 1.42% 14,762 -5,987 21.6 3.24 211 52.30% 567,444 0.02% 4,458,003,514 146
1975 1,010,936 1.35% 13,115 -5,779 20.1 3.45 197 47.70% 482,390 0.02% 4,079,480,606 145
1970 945,360 0.73% 6,725 -12,262 18.8 3.81 184 43.10% 407,105 0.03% 3,700,437,046 144
1965 911,737 1.46% 12,752 -11,359 18.2 5.04 178 38.50% 351,265 0.03% 3,339,583,597 142
1960 847,979 2.77% 21,654 -737 18.7 5.3 165 34.20% 289,795 0.03% 3,034,949,748 143
1955 739,709 2.76% 18,815 -764 19.4 5.3 144 30.10% 222,449 0.03% 2,773,019,936 142

Trinidad and Tobago population forecast 

As the yearly change is declining, the population is also declining in the future years. From the year 2035, the population of the island is falling. The estimated yearly change for the following years are for 2035 it is -0.11%, for 2040 it is -0.20 %, for 2045 it is -0.30 %, and for 2050 it is -0.40 %. The median age in the country seems to increase in the future in 2050; the average median age is 44.2.

Year Population Yearly % Change Yearly Change Migrants (net) Median Age Fertility Rate Density (P/Km²) Urban Pop % Urban Population Country’s Share of World Pop World Population Global Rank
2020 1,399,488 0.42% 5,832 -800 36.2 1.73 273 52.40% 733,146 0.02% 7,794,798,739 154
2025 1,412,697 0.19% 2,642 -800 38.4 1.73 275 52.50% 741,616 0.02% 8,184,437,460 155
2030 1,413,415 0.01% 144 -800 40.6 1.73 276 53.30% 752,769 0.02% 8,548,487,400 155
2035 1,405,889 -0.11% -1,505 -800 42 1.73 274 54.70% 768,441 0.02% 8,887,524,213 155
2040 1,391,940 -0.20% -2,790 -800 43 1.73 271 56.50% 786,958 0.02% 9,198,847,240 156
2045 1,371,322 -0.30% -4,124 -800 43.5 1.73 267 58.50% 802,064 0.01% 9,481,803,274 156
2050 1,343,789 -0.40% -5,507 44.2 1.73 262 60.40% 812,285 0.01% 9,735,033,990 158

Trinidad and Tobago demographics 

The population pyramid for males and females shows that the male crowd is 690,947, and the female crowd is 708,544. The female population is 0.98% more than the male population. The life expectancy rate is estimated at 73.91 years. The infant death rate is 19.9, and the deaths under age 5 rates are 23.5. The population by broad age group chart shows that the 24-55 years of age people are more that is 43.9%.

Trinidad and Tobago religion and politics 

The Trinidad and Tobago are considered as a religiously diverse nation. The population is Protestants 33.4%, 21.5% of Roman Catholics, 14% of Hindus, and 4% Muslims.

Trinidad and Tobago economy 

It is considered a high-income economy and the wealthiest economy by the World Bank. The economy of the dual island is known as the third richest economy in the Caribbean region. The primary sector is the industry, and it produces petroleum and petrochemicals.

Largest Countries in the World by Population

S.No Country Population (2020) World Population Share (%)
1 China 1,439,323,776 18.47%
2 India 1,380,004,385 17.70%
3 United States 331,002,651 4.25%
4 Indonesia 273,523,615 3.51%
5 Pakistan 220,892,340 2.83%
6 Brazil 212,559,417 2.73%
7 Nigeria 206,139,589 2.64%
8 Bangladesh 164,689,383 2.11%
9 Russia 145,934,462 1.87%
10 Mexico 128,932,753 1.65%