St. Lucia - Age distribution

Population ages 0-4, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 0-4, female (% of female population) in St. Lucia was 5.95 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 17.59 in 1969 and a minimum value of 5.89 in 2015.

Definition: Female population between the ages 0 to 4 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 16.84
1961 17.22
1962 17.37
1963 17.28
1964 17.13
1965 17.10
1966 17.30
1967 17.44
1968 17.55
1969 17.59
1970 17.44
1971 16.85
1972 16.37
1973 15.90
1974 15.45
1975 15.03
1976 14.59
1977 14.26
1978 14.02
1979 13.82
1980 13.61
1981 13.41
1982 13.19
1983 12.96
1984 12.79
1985 12.69
1986 12.38
1987 12.35
1988 12.51
1989 12.67
1990 12.68
1991 12.49
1992 12.31
1993 12.10
1994 11.86
1995 11.59
1996 11.24
1997 10.92
1998 10.59
1999 10.23
2000 9.82
2001 9.43
2002 8.94
2003 8.40
2004 7.88
2005 7.45
2006 7.00
2007 6.68
2008 6.48
2009 6.35
2010 6.22
2011 6.10
2012 6.03
2013 5.99
2014 5.94
2015 5.89
2016 5.95

Population ages 0-4, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 0-4, male (% of male population) in St. Lucia was 6.35 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 19.91 in 1969 and a minimum value of 6.29 in 2015.

Definition: Male population between the ages 0 to 4 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 18.89
1961 19.44
1962 19.63
1963 19.53
1964 19.34
1965 19.30
1966 19.61
1967 19.78
1968 19.89
1969 19.91
1970 19.71
1971 18.82
1972 18.17
1973 17.64
1974 17.14
1975 16.63
1976 16.01
1977 15.55
1978 15.20
1979 14.90
1980 14.60
1981 14.35
1982 14.09
1983 13.84
1984 13.62
1985 13.45
1986 13.04
1987 12.88
1988 12.87
1989 12.91
1990 12.86
1991 12.71
1992 12.64
1993 12.59
1994 12.50
1995 12.33
1996 12.10
1997 11.77
1998 11.34
1999 10.87
2000 10.39
2001 9.89
2002 9.35
2003 8.82
2004 8.31
2005 7.88
2006 7.46
2007 7.15
2008 6.93
2009 6.77
2010 6.62
2011 6.50
2012 6.44
2013 6.39
2014 6.34
2015 6.29
2016 6.35

Population ages 0-14, female

The value for Population ages 0-14, female in St. Lucia was 17,014 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 25,873 in 1996 and a minimum value of 17,014 in 2016.

Definition: Female population between the ages 0 to 14. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates using the World Bank's total population and age/sex distributions of the United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 19,543
1961 20,118
1962 20,642
1963 21,128
1964 21,626
1965 22,176
1966 22,725
1967 23,351
1968 24,065
1969 24,805
1970 25,477
1971 25,478
1972 25,412
1973 25,301
1974 25,176
1975 25,081
1976 25,114
1977 25,179
1978 25,259
1979 25,330
1980 25,388
1981 25,220
1982 25,091
1983 25,036
1984 25,108
1985 25,326
1986 25,080
1987 25,008
1988 25,065
1989 25,184
1990 25,321
1991 25,379
1992 25,480
1993 25,593
1994 25,713
1995 25,830
1996 25,873
1997 25,870
1998 25,790
1999 25,609
2000 25,306
2001 24,930
2002 24,407
2003 23,801
2004 23,176
2005 22,586
2006 21,953
2007 21,419
2008 20,919
2009 20,408
2010 19,875
2011 19,348
2012 18,835
2013 18,315
2014 17,806
2015 17,320
2016 17,014

Population ages 0-14, female (% of total)

Population ages 0-14, female (% of total) in St. Lucia was 18.73 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 56 years was 47.12 in 1970, while its lowest value was 18.73 in 2016.

Definition: Female population between the ages 0 to 14 as a percentage of the total female population. Population is based on the de facto definition of population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 41.85
1961 42.47
1962 43.00
1963 43.44
1964 43.86
1965 44.32
1966 44.71
1967 45.18
1968 45.79
1969 46.48
1970 47.12
1971 46.61
1972 46.08
1973 45.51
1974 44.90
1975 44.31
1976 43.88
1977 43.45
1978 43.02
1979 42.57
1980 42.11
1981 41.31
1982 40.60
1983 40.00
1984 39.57
1985 39.31
1986 38.28
1987 37.48
1988 36.87
1989 36.40
1990 36.00
1991 35.57
1992 35.25
1993 34.99
1994 34.73
1995 34.45
1996 34.04
1997 33.57
1998 33.00
1999 32.35
2000 31.60
2001 30.82
2002 29.92
2003 28.95
2004 27.96
2005 27.01
2006 26.00
2007 25.10
2008 24.25
2009 23.42
2010 22.61
2011 21.86
2012 21.15
2013 20.46
2014 19.79
2015 19.16
2016 18.73

Population ages 0-14, male

The value for Population ages 0-14, male in St. Lucia was 17,372 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 26,689 in 1970 and a minimum value of 17,372 in 2016.

Definition: Male population between the ages 0 to 14. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates using the World Bank's total population and age/sex distributions of the United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 20,574
1961 20,972
1962 21,444
1963 21,994
1964 22,616
1965 23,298
1966 23,818
1967 24,419
1968 25,127
1969 25,906
1970 26,689
1971 26,600
1972 26,495
1973 26,371
1974 26,241
1975 26,156
1976 26,159
1977 26,214
1978 26,279
1979 26,323
1980 26,337
1981 26,125
1982 25,966
1983 25,881
1984 25,924
1985 26,103
1986 25,642
1987 25,360
1988 25,219
1989 25,172
1990 25,177
1991 25,182
1992 25,249
1993 25,354
1994 25,481
1995 25,610
1996 25,725
1997 25,761
1998 25,703
1999 25,554
2000 25,309
2001 24,954
2002 24,486
2003 23,940
2004 23,361
2005 22,791
2006 22,191
2007 21,666
2008 21,160
2009 20,640
2010 20,103
2011 19,602
2012 19,113
2013 18,621
2014 18,133
2015 17,668
2016 17,372

Population ages 0-14, male (% of total)

Population ages 0-14, male (% of total) in St. Lucia was 19.93 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 56 years was 53.28 in 1970, while its lowest value was 19.93 in 2016.

Definition: Male population between the ages 0 to 14 as a percentage of the total male population. Population is based on the de facto definition of population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 47.62
1961 48.16
1962 48.65
1963 49.14
1964 49.70
1965 50.35
1966 50.62
1967 51.05
1968 51.67
1969 52.46
1970 53.28
1971 52.43
1972 51.64
1973 50.84
1974 50.02
1975 49.20
1976 48.47
1977 47.77
1978 47.07
1979 46.35
1980 45.64
1981 44.62
1982 43.75
1983 43.03
1984 42.48
1985 42.10
1986 40.64
1987 39.43
1988 38.47
1989 37.71
1990 37.11
1991 36.60
1992 36.25
1993 36.01
1994 35.78
1995 35.54
1996 35.24
1997 34.81
1998 34.25
1999 33.62
2000 32.93
2001 32.17
2002 31.32
2003 30.40
2004 29.43
2005 28.45
2006 27.41
2007 26.44
2008 25.51
2009 24.60
2010 23.74
2011 22.98
2012 22.28
2013 21.62
2014 20.97
2015 20.35
2016 19.93

Population ages 0-14, total

The value for Population ages 0-14, total in St. Lucia was 34,390 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 52,161 in 1970 and a minimum value of 34,390 in 2016.

Definition: Total population between the ages 0 to 14. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates using the World Bank's total population and age/sex distributions of the United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 40,119
1961 41,098
1962 42,098
1963 43,130
1964 44,244
1965 45,475
1966 46,540
1967 47,770
1968 49,192
1969 50,714
1970 52,161
1971 52,076
1972 51,911
1973 51,672
1974 51,420
1975 51,240
1976 51,275
1977 51,394
1978 51,537
1979 51,656
1980 51,723
1981 51,344
1982 51,054
1983 50,917
1984 51,031
1985 51,428
1986 50,721
1987 50,367
1988 50,282
1989 50,354
1990 50,498
1991 50,561
1992 50,727
1993 50,949
1994 51,194
1995 51,441
1996 51,603
1997 51,632
1998 51,496
1999 51,162
2000 50,615
2001 49,880
2002 48,896
2003 47,739
2004 46,534
2005 45,377
2006 44,144
2007 43,084
2008 42,081
2009 41,051
2010 39,982
2011 38,955
2012 37,947
2013 36,936
2014 35,938
2015 34,988
2016 34,390

Population ages 0-14 (% of total)

Population ages 0-14 (% of total) in St. Lucia was 19.32 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 56 years was 50.08 in 1970, while its lowest value was 19.32 in 2016.

Definition: Population between the ages 0 to 14 as a percentage of the total population. Population is based on the de facto definition of population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 44.63
1961 45.21
1962 45.72
1963 46.18
1964 46.66
1965 47.22
1966 47.55
1967 48.00
1968 48.62
1969 49.36
1970 50.08
1971 49.41
1972 48.76
1973 48.08
1974 47.38
1975 46.68
1976 46.11
1977 45.55
1978 44.99
1979 44.42
1980 43.84
1981 42.93
1982 42.14
1983 41.48
1984 41.00
1985 40.68
1986 39.44
1987 38.44
1988 37.66
1989 37.04
1990 36.54
1991 36.07
1992 35.74
1993 35.49
1994 35.25
1995 34.98
1996 34.63
1997 34.17
1998 33.62
1999 32.97
2000 32.25
2001 31.48
2002 30.61
2003 29.66
2004 28.68
2005 27.72
2006 26.69
2007 25.75
2008 24.87
2009 24.00
2010 23.17
2011 22.41
2012 21.70
2013 21.03
2014 20.37
2015 19.74
2016 19.32

Population ages 5-9, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 5-9, female (% of female population) in St. Lucia was 5.81 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 16.55 in 1970 and a minimum value of 5.81 in 2016.

Definition: Female population between the ages 5 to 9 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 13.49
1961 13.74
1962 14.05
1963 14.41
1964 14.72
1965 14.91
1966 15.11
1967 15.40
1968 15.75
1969 16.14
1970 16.55
1971 16.40
1972 16.20
1973 15.97
1974 15.73
1975 15.52
1976 15.37
1977 15.16
1978 14.90
1979 14.63
1980 14.40
1981 14.08
1982 13.87
1983 13.74
1984 13.68
1985 13.65
1986 13.16
1987 12.72
1988 12.39
1989 12.20
1990 12.19
1991 12.14
1992 12.08
1993 12.00
1994 11.91
1995 11.82
1996 11.68
1997 11.50
1998 11.27
1999 11.01
2000 10.73
2001 10.46
2002 10.19
2003 9.94
2004 9.66
2005 9.35
2006 9.00
2007 8.61
2008 8.19
2009 7.78
2010 7.41
2011 7.07
2012 6.75
2013 6.46
2014 6.20
2015 5.97
2016 5.81

Population ages 5-9, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 5-9, male (% of male population) in St. Lucia was 6.22 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 19.10 in 1970 and a minimum value of 6.22 in 2016.

Definition: Male population between the ages 5 to 9 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 15.20
1961 15.43
1962 15.83
1963 16.29
1964 16.73
1965 16.99
1966 17.10
1967 17.43
1968 17.91
1969 18.49
1970 19.10
1971 18.85
1972 18.48
1973 18.07
1974 17.68
1975 17.39
1976 17.13
1977 16.79
1978 16.40
1979 16.00
1980 15.66
1981 15.28
1982 15.00
1983 14.81
1984 14.68
1985 14.58
1986 13.96
1987 13.42
1988 12.99
1989 12.70
1990 12.58
1991 12.45
1992 12.32
1993 12.18
1994 12.05
1995 11.97
1996 11.86
1997 11.77
1998 11.66
1999 11.53
2000 11.34
2001 11.11
2002 10.84
2003 10.52
2004 10.17
2005 9.78
2006 9.38
2007 8.96
2008 8.54
2009 8.14
2010 7.78
2011 7.45
2012 7.14
2013 6.86
2014 6.61
2015 6.38
2016 6.22

Population ages 10-14, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 10-14, female (% of female population) in St. Lucia was 6.96 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 14.12 in 1979 and a minimum value of 6.96 in 2016.

Definition: Female population between the ages 10 to 14 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 11.52
1961 11.51
1962 11.58
1963 11.75
1964 12.01
1965 12.31
1966 12.29
1967 12.34
1968 12.49
1969 12.75
1970 13.14
1971 13.36
1972 13.51
1973 13.64
1974 13.72
1975 13.75
1976 13.92
1977 14.03
1978 14.10
1979 14.12
1980 14.11
1981 13.82
1982 13.54
1983 13.30
1984 13.10
1985 12.98
1986 12.74
1987 12.40
1988 11.98
1989 11.52
1990 11.13
1991 10.94
1992 10.86
1993 10.88
1994 10.96
1995 11.03
1996 11.12
1997 11.15
1998 11.15
1999 11.11
2000 11.05
2001 10.94
2002 10.79
2003 10.62
2004 10.42
2005 10.21
2006 10.00
2007 9.80
2008 9.58
2009 9.30
2010 8.99
2011 8.69
2012 8.36
2013 8.01
2014 7.65
2015 7.30
2016 6.96

Population ages 10-14, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 10-14, male (% of male population) in St. Lucia was 7.36 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 15.47 in 1978 and a minimum value of 7.36 in 2016.

Definition: Male population between the ages 10 to 14 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 13.52
1961 13.29
1962 13.20
1963 13.31
1964 13.63
1965 14.06
1966 13.91
1967 13.84
1968 13.87
1969 14.06
1970 14.47
1971 14.76
1972 14.99
1973 15.14
1974 15.19
1975 15.17
1976 15.33
1977 15.43
1978 15.47
1979 15.45
1980 15.38
1981 15.00
1982 14.66
1983 14.38
1984 14.18
1985 14.07
1986 13.63
1987 13.14
1988 12.61
1989 12.10
1990 11.67
1991 11.44
1992 11.29
1993 11.23
1994 11.23
1995 11.24
1996 11.27
1997 11.27
1998 11.25
1999 11.22
2000 11.20
2001 11.17
2002 11.13
2003 11.06
2004 10.96
2005 10.80
2006 10.57
2007 10.33
2008 10.03
2009 9.69
2010 9.34
2011 9.03
2012 8.70
2013 8.37
2014 8.02
2015 7.68
2016 7.36

Population ages 15-19, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 15-19, female (% of female population) in St. Lucia was 8.51 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 12.08 in 1980 and a minimum value of 8.51 in 2016.

Definition: Female population between the ages 15 to 19 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 9.53
1961 9.48
1962 9.49
1963 9.53
1964 9.58
1965 9.67
1966 9.69
1967 9.67
1968 9.59
1969 9.49
1970 9.48
1971 9.79
1972 10.11
1973 10.38
1974 10.59
1975 10.74
1976 10.99
1977 11.27
1978 11.56
1979 11.83
1980 12.08
1981 12.03
1982 11.95
1983 11.85
1984 11.73
1985 11.60
1986 11.49
1987 11.31
1988 11.14
1989 10.96
1990 10.74
1991 10.50
1992 10.18
1993 9.84
1994 9.57
1995 9.41
1996 9.48
1997 9.65
1998 9.87
1999 10.09
2000 10.27
2001 10.40
2002 10.48
2003 10.54
2004 10.56
2005 10.53
2006 10.12
2007 9.80
2008 9.63
2009 9.58
2010 9.57
2011 9.53
2012 9.41
2013 9.24
2014 9.04
2015 8.83
2016 8.51

Population ages 15-19, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 15-19, male (% of male population) in St. Lucia was 8.86 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 12.79 in 1980 and a minimum value of 8.86 in 2016.

Definition: Male population between the ages 15 to 19 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 10.14
1961 10.06
1962 10.04
1963 10.07
1964 10.10
1965 10.18
1966 10.12
1967 10.04
1968 9.93
1969 9.86
1970 9.85
1971 10.16
1972 10.43
1973 10.71
1974 11.00
1975 11.27
1976 11.52
1977 11.79
1978 12.12
1979 12.47
1980 12.79
1981 12.74
1982 12.60
1983 12.44
1984 12.28
1985 12.14
1986 11.99
1987 11.74
1988 11.46
1989 11.15
1990 10.81
1991 10.60
1992 10.32
1993 10.03
1994 9.78
1995 9.61
1996 9.69
1997 9.84
1998 10.04
1999 10.24
2000 10.40
2001 10.51
2002 10.59
2003 10.64
2004 10.69
2005 10.72
2006 10.35
2007 10.10
2008 10.01
2009 10.03
2010 10.05
2011 10.02
2012 9.88
2013 9.66
2014 9.43
2015 9.19
2016 8.86

Population ages 15-64, female

The value for Population ages 15-64, female in St. Lucia was 64,426 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 64,426 in 2016 and a minimum value of 24,705 in 1960.

Definition: Female population between the ages 15 to 64. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates using the World Bank's total population and age/sex distributions of the United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 24,705
1961 24,733
1962 24,781
1963 24,882
1964 25,026
1965 25,185
1966 25,361
1967 25,519
1968 25,615
1969 25,657
1970 25,672
1971 26,207
1972 26,711
1973 27,234
1974 27,788
1975 28,379
1976 28,914
1977 29,505
1978 30,141
1979 30,819
1980 31,509
1981 32,341
1982 33,124
1983 33,868
1984 34,568
1985 35,241
1986 36,239
1987 37,156
1988 37,982
1989 38,719
1990 39,358
1991 40,206
1992 40,950
1993 41,639
1994 42,331
1995 43,060
1996 43,980
1997 44,979
1998 46,055
1999 47,183
2000 48,339
2001 49,480
2002 50,665
2003 51,896
2004 53,158
2005 54,456
2006 55,650
2007 56,790
2008 57,887
2009 58,893
2010 59,777
2011 60,752
2012 61,606
2013 62,391
2014 63,135
2015 63,862
2016 64,426

Population ages 15-64, female (% of total)

Population ages 15-64, female (% of total) in St. Lucia was 70.92 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 56 years was 70.92 in 2016, while its lowest value was 47.48 in 1970.

Definition: Female population between the ages 15 to 64 as a percentage of the total female population. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 52.91
1961 52.21
1962 51.62
1963 51.16
1964 50.76
1965 50.34
1966 49.89
1967 49.37
1968 48.74
1969 48.08
1970 47.48
1971 47.95
1972 48.44
1973 48.98
1974 49.56
1975 50.14
1976 50.52
1977 50.91
1978 51.34
1979 51.79
1980 52.27
1981 52.98
1982 53.60
1983 54.11
1984 54.48
1985 54.70
1986 55.31
1987 55.68
1988 55.88
1989 55.96
1990 55.96
1991 56.35
1992 56.65
1993 56.92
1994 57.18
1995 57.43
1996 57.87
1997 58.36
1998 58.93
1999 59.60
2000 60.36
2001 61.17
2002 62.11
2003 63.12
2004 64.14
2005 65.13
2006 65.90
2007 66.54
2008 67.10
2009 67.59
2010 68.01
2011 68.62
2012 69.17
2013 69.70
2014 70.18
2015 70.65
2016 70.92

Population ages 15-64, male

The value for Population ages 15-64, male in St. Lucia was 62,200 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 62,200 in 2016 and a minimum value of 21,122 in 1961.

Definition: Male population between the ages 15 to 64. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates using the World Bank's total population and age/sex distributions of the United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 21,221
1961 21,122
1962 21,134
1963 21,215
1964 21,301
1965 21,341
1966 21,535
1967 21,662
1968 21,690
1969 21,624
1970 21,510
1971 22,173
1972 22,796
1973 23,417
1974 24,078
1975 24,788
1976 25,525
1977 26,308
1978 27,117
1979 27,945
1980 28,759
1981 29,713
1982 30,589
1983 31,387
1984 32,126
1985 32,837
1986 34,107
1987 35,289
1988 36,357
1989 37,273
1990 38,013
1991 38,842
1992 39,505
1993 40,079
1994 40,645
1995 41,257
1996 42,041
1997 42,965
1998 43,989
1999 45,053
2000 46,117
2001 47,183
2002 48,251
2003 49,367
2004 50,576
2005 51,890
2006 53,146
2007 54,420
2008 55,667
2009 56,813
2010 57,789
2011 58,778
2012 59,615
2013 60,355
2014 61,039
2015 61,714
2016 62,200

Population ages 15-64, male (% of total)

Population ages 15-64, male (% of total) in St. Lucia was 71.35 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 56 years was 71.35 in 2016, while its lowest value was 42.94 in 1970.

Definition: Male population between the ages 15 to 64 as a percentage of the total male population. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 49.12
1961 48.51
1962 47.95
1963 47.40
1964 46.81
1965 46.12
1966 45.77
1967 45.28
1968 44.60
1969 43.79
1970 42.94
1971 43.71
1972 44.43
1973 45.15
1974 45.89
1975 46.62
1976 47.29
1977 47.94
1978 48.57
1979 49.21
1980 49.84
1981 50.75
1982 51.54
1983 52.18
1984 52.65
1985 52.97
1986 54.05
1987 54.87
1988 55.46
1989 55.83
1990 56.03
1991 56.45
1992 56.72
1993 56.92
1994 57.08
1995 57.25
1996 57.59
1997 58.05
1998 58.62
1999 59.28
2000 60.00
2001 60.82
2002 61.71
2003 62.69
2004 63.72
2005 64.79
2006 65.64
2007 66.41
2008 67.11
2009 67.72
2010 68.24
2011 68.90
2012 69.50
2013 70.06
2014 70.59
2015 71.09
2016 71.35

Population ages 15-64, total

The value for Population ages 15-64, total in St. Lucia was 126,621 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 126,621 in 2016 and a minimum value of 45,851 in 1961.

Definition: Total population between the ages 15 to 64. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates using the World Bank's total population and age/sex distributions of the United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 45,923
1961 45,851
1962 45,905
1963 46,091
1964 46,325
1965 46,525
1966 46,896
1967 47,181
1968 47,306
1969 47,280
1970 47,185
1971 48,379
1972 49,504
1973 50,648
1974 51,866
1975 53,165
1976 54,442
1977 55,810
1978 57,261
1979 58,764
1980 60,265
1981 62,056
1982 63,715
1983 65,253
1984 66,695
1985 68,078
1986 70,349
1987 72,445
1988 74,341
1989 75,991
1990 77,368
1991 79,043
1992 80,460
1993 81,716
1994 82,974
1995 84,321
1996 86,018
1997 87,948
1998 90,046
1999 92,234
2000 94,455
2001 96,659
2002 98,917
2003 101,264
2004 103,740
2005 106,343
2006 108,801
2007 111,211
2008 113,550
2009 115,705
2010 117,563
2011 119,526
2012 121,223
2013 122,740
2014 124,178
2015 125,570
2016 126,621

Population ages 15-64 (% of total)

Population ages 15-64 (% of total) in St. Lucia was 71.13 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 56 years was 71.13 in 2016, while its lowest value was 45.30 in 1970.

Definition: Total population between the ages 15 to 64 as a percentage of the total population. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 51.08
1961 50.43
1962 49.85
1963 49.35
1964 48.86
1965 48.31
1966 47.91
1967 47.41
1968 46.75
1969 46.02
1970 45.30
1971 45.90
1972 46.50
1973 47.13
1974 47.79
1975 48.43
1976 48.96
1977 49.46
1978 49.99
1979 50.53
1980 51.08
1981 51.89
1982 52.59
1983 53.16
1984 53.58
1985 53.85
1986 54.70
1987 55.29
1988 55.67
1989 55.89
1990 55.99
1991 56.40
1992 56.69
1993 56.92
1994 57.13
1995 57.34
1996 57.73
1997 58.21
1998 58.78
1999 59.44
2000 60.18
2001 61.00
2002 61.91
2003 62.91
2004 63.94
2005 64.96
2006 65.78
2007 66.48
2008 67.10
2009 67.66
2010 68.12
2011 68.76
2012 69.34
2013 69.87
2014 70.39
2015 70.86
2016 71.13

Population ages 20-24, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 20-24, female (% of female population) in St. Lucia was 9.05 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 9.74 in 2005 and a minimum value of 7.40 in 1968.

Definition: Female population between the ages 20 to 24 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 7.99
1961 7.83
1962 7.71
1963 7.64
1964 7.62
1965 7.63
1966 7.51
1967 7.42
1968 7.40
1969 7.41
1970 7.43
1971 7.51
1972 7.58
1973 7.73
1974 7.96
1975 8.23
1976 8.32
1977 8.40
1978 8.53
1979 8.73
1980 8.99
1981 9.22
1982 9.37
1983 9.44
1984 9.44
1985 9.38
1986 9.62
1987 9.72
1988 9.68
1989 9.52
1990 9.33
1991 9.34
1992 9.35
1993 9.31
1994 9.20
1995 9.01
1996 8.91
1997 8.77
1998 8.64
1999 8.58
2000 8.62
2001 8.75
2002 8.99
2003 9.27
2004 9.53
2005 9.74
2006 9.65
2007 9.41
2008 9.04
2009 8.61
2010 8.26
2011 8.36
2012 8.56
2013 8.79
2014 8.96
2015 9.04
2016 9.05

Population ages 20-24, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 20-24, male (% of male population) in St. Lucia was 9.54 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 9.80 in 2005 and a minimum value of 6.32 in 1970.

Definition: Male population between the ages 20 to 24 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 7.50
1961 7.40
1962 7.26
1963 7.09
1964 6.93
1965 6.80
1966 6.81
1967 6.79
1968 6.68
1969 6.51
1970 6.32
1971 6.65
1972 6.93
1973 7.14
1974 7.31
1975 7.47
1976 7.77
1977 8.02
1978 8.22
1979 8.39
1980 8.58
1981 8.96
1982 9.27
1983 9.43
1984 9.42
1985 9.30
1986 9.57
1987 9.71
1988 9.67
1989 9.48
1990 9.22
1991 9.24
1992 9.22
1993 9.15
1994 9.00
1995 8.79
1996 8.73
1997 8.66
1998 8.61
1999 8.62
2000 8.70
2001 8.86
2002 9.09
2003 9.35
2004 9.60
2005 9.80
2006 9.67
2007 9.40
2008 9.01
2009 8.61
2010 8.30
2011 8.49
2012 8.79
2013 9.12
2014 9.38
2015 9.52
2016 9.54

Population ages 25-29, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 25-29, female (% of female population) in St. Lucia was 7.92 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 8.50 in 1992 and a minimum value of 5.17 in 1970.

Definition: Female population between the ages 25 to 29 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 6.53
1961 6.39
1962 6.25
1963 6.12
1964 6.00
1965 5.88
1966 5.80
1967 5.66
1968 5.49
1969 5.31
1970 5.17
1971 5.39
1972 5.59
1973 5.74
1974 5.84
1975 5.92
1976 6.14
1977 6.29
1978 6.36
1979 6.36
1980 6.36
1981 6.65
1982 6.94
1983 7.15
1984 7.28
1985 7.33
1986 7.55
1987 7.80
1988 8.05
1989 8.26
1990 8.40
1991 8.50
1992 8.50
1993 8.45
1994 8.38
1995 8.31
1996 8.27
1997 8.26
1998 8.27
1999 8.26
2000 8.22
2001 8.19
2002 8.13
2003 8.08
2004 8.08
2005 8.17
2006 8.25
2007 8.35
2008 8.44
2009 8.44
2010 8.30
2011 8.24
2012 8.10
2013 7.93
2014 7.83
2015 7.83
2016 7.92

Population ages 25-29, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 25-29, male (% of male population) in St. Lucia was 8.05 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 8.41 in 2008 and a minimum value of 4.47 in 1970.

Definition: Male population between the ages 25 to 29 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 5.57
1961 5.51
1962 5.45
1963 5.37
1964 5.25
1965 5.07
1966 4.99
1967 4.88
1968 4.76
1969 4.62
1970 4.47
1971 4.65
1972 4.83
1973 5.04
1974 5.25
1975 5.44
1976 5.62
1977 5.76
1978 5.89
1979 6.01
1980 6.12
1981 6.34
1982 6.57
1983 6.80
1984 7.00
1985 7.14
1986 7.39
1987 7.64
1988 7.88
1989 8.09
1990 8.21
1991 8.33
1992 8.34
1993 8.28
1994 8.20
1995 8.10
1996 8.04
1997 8.00
1998 7.98
1999 7.96
2000 7.93
2001 7.95
2002 7.96
2003 7.98
2004 8.05
2005 8.18
2006 8.29
2007 8.38
2008 8.41
2009 8.34
2010 8.14
2011 8.08
2012 7.96
2013 7.84
2014 7.80
2015 7.87
2016 8.05

Population ages 30-34, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 30-34, female (% of female population) in St. Lucia was 7.88 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 7.92 in 2014 and a minimum value of 4.21 in 1970.

Definition: Female population between the ages 30 to 34 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 5.53
1961 5.48
1962 5.41
1963 5.28
1964 5.07
1965 4.84
1966 4.82
1967 4.77
1968 4.65
1969 4.46
1970 4.21
1971 4.29
1972 4.40
1973 4.50
1974 4.60
1975 4.67
1976 4.71
1977 4.81
1978 4.95
1979 5.11
1980 5.23
1981 5.34
1982 5.44
1983 5.59
1984 5.77
1985 5.95
1986 5.97
1987 6.01
1988 6.11
1989 6.29
1990 6.51
1991 6.81
1992 7.12
1993 7.40
1994 7.63
1995 7.78
1996 7.84
1997 7.81
1998 7.73
1999 7.66
2000 7.62
2001 7.62
2002 7.67
2003 7.74
2004 7.79
2005 7.81
2006 7.81
2007 7.75
2008 7.65
2009 7.56
2010 7.50
2011 7.58
2012 7.72
2013 7.85
2014 7.92
2015 7.91
2016 7.88

Population ages 30-34, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 30-34, male (% of male population) in St. Lucia was 7.73 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 7.79 in 2014 and a minimum value of 3.55 in 1970.

Definition: Male population between the ages 30 to 34 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 4.79
1961 4.68
1962 4.57
1963 4.44
1964 4.29
1965 4.12
1966 4.07
1967 4.00
1968 3.89
1969 3.73
1970 3.55
1971 3.66
1972 3.79
1973 3.90
1974 4.01
1975 4.11
1976 4.21
1977 4.35
1978 4.52
1979 4.68
1980 4.81
1981 4.98
1982 5.12
1983 5.25
1984 5.38
1985 5.52
1986 5.74
1987 5.94
1988 6.12
1989 6.30
1990 6.49
1991 6.73
1992 7.00
1993 7.27
1994 7.49
1995 7.64
1996 7.67
1997 7.63
1998 7.55
1999 7.46
2000 7.40
2001 7.39
2002 7.41
2003 7.45
2004 7.50
2005 7.53
2006 7.56
2007 7.56
2008 7.55
2009 7.55
2010 7.54
2011 7.63
2012 7.72
2013 7.78
2014 7.79
2015 7.76
2016 7.73

Population ages 35-39, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 35-39, female (% of female population) in St. Lucia was 7.44 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 7.62 in 2009 and a minimum value of 4.01 in 1979.

Definition: Female population between the ages 35 to 39 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 5.57
1961 5.38
1962 5.19
1963 5.07
1964 5.01
1965 4.95
1966 4.81
1967 4.66
1968 4.54
1969 4.45
1970 4.36
1971 4.25
1972 4.17
1973 4.15
1974 4.20
1975 4.28
1976 4.20
1977 4.11
1978 4.04
1979 4.01
1980 4.03
1981 4.18
1982 4.34
1983 4.49
1984 4.61
1985 4.71
1986 4.80
1987 4.83
1988 4.80
1989 4.74
1990 4.72
1991 4.92
1992 5.16
1993 5.45
1994 5.75
1995 6.05
1996 6.33
1997 6.61
1998 6.87
1999 7.07
2000 7.21
2001 7.28
2002 7.28
2003 7.26
2004 7.24
2005 7.24
2006 7.37
2007 7.49
2008 7.59
2009 7.62
2010 7.60
2011 7.53
2012 7.45
2013 7.39
2014 7.37
2015 7.40
2016 7.44

Population ages 35-39, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 35-39, male (% of male population) in St. Lucia was 7.50 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 7.50 in 2016 and a minimum value of 3.41 in 1971.

Definition: Male population between the ages 35 to 39 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 4.71
1961 4.55
1962 4.41
1963 4.29
1964 4.17
1965 4.04
1966 3.92
1967 3.79
1968 3.66
1969 3.55
1970 3.42
1971 3.41
1972 3.43
1973 3.48
1974 3.56
1975 3.64
1976 3.63
1977 3.61
1978 3.60
1979 3.61
1980 3.67
1981 3.83
1982 4.02
1983 4.20
1984 4.36
1985 4.48
1986 4.61
1987 4.74
1988 4.88
1989 5.03
1990 5.20
1991 5.35
1992 5.50
1993 5.65
1994 5.84
1995 6.06
1996 6.27
1997 6.52
1998 6.76
1999 6.96
2000 7.08
2001 7.14
2002 7.14
2003 7.10
2004 7.07
2005 7.07
2006 7.20
2007 7.29
2008 7.34
2009 7.32
2010 7.28
2011 7.25
2012 7.26
2013 7.31
2014 7.38
2015 7.46
2016 7.50

Population ages 40-44, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 40-44, female (% of female population) in St. Lucia was 7.32 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 7.41 in 2012 and a minimum value of 3.56 in 1980.

Definition: Female population between the ages 40 to 44 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 4.59
1961 4.63
1962 4.65
1963 4.62
1964 4.54
1965 4.42
1966 4.43
1967 4.44
1968 4.40
1969 4.31
1970 4.21
1971 4.13
1972 4.05
1973 3.99
1974 3.93
1975 3.89
1976 3.83
1977 3.76
1978 3.70
1979 3.63
1980 3.56
1981 3.60
1982 3.64
1983 3.70
1984 3.77
1985 3.85
1986 3.90
1987 3.96
1988 4.02
1989 4.07
1990 4.10
1991 4.13
1992 4.15
1993 4.17
1994 4.24
1995 4.38
1996 4.54
1997 4.77
1998 5.04
1999 5.33
2000 5.63
2001 5.90
2002 6.18
2003 6.45
2004 6.67
2005 6.83
2006 6.98
2007 7.08
2008 7.17
2009 7.27
2010 7.38
2011 7.40
2012 7.41
2013 7.41
2014 7.39
2015 7.37
2016 7.32

Population ages 40-44, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 40-44, male (% of male population) in St. Lucia was 7.04 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 7.41 in 2010 and a minimum value of 3.25 in 1978.

Definition: Male population between the ages 40 to 44 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 4.54
1961 4.45
1962 4.36
1963 4.25
1964 4.12
1965 3.99
1966 3.93
1967 3.86
1968 3.76
1969 3.62
1970 3.47
1971 3.40
1972 3.37
1973 3.36
1974 3.36
1975 3.38
1976 3.32
1977 3.27
1978 3.25
1979 3.25
1980 3.25
1981 3.32
1982 3.39
1983 3.46
1984 3.55
1985 3.65
1986 3.70
1987 3.77
1988 3.87
1989 3.99
1990 4.13
1991 4.26
1992 4.38
1993 4.51
1994 4.65
1995 4.80
1996 4.93
1997 5.07
1998 5.23
1999 5.42
2000 5.63
2001 5.85
2002 6.10
2003 6.35
2004 6.57
2005 6.71
2006 6.89
2007 7.04
2008 7.17
2009 7.30
2010 7.41
2011 7.35
2012 7.27
2013 7.17
2014 7.09
2015 7.06
2016 7.04

Population ages 45-49, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 45-49, female (% of female population) in St. Lucia was 7.12 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 7.12 in 2016 and a minimum value of 3.28 in 1980.

Definition: Female population between the ages 45 to 49 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 4.03
1961 4.00
1962 3.98
1963 3.99
1964 4.01
1965 4.00
1966 3.95
1967 3.91
1968 3.90
1969 3.91
1970 3.93
1971 3.88
1972 3.81
1973 3.74
1974 3.67
1975 3.61
1976 3.59
1977 3.55
1978 3.48
1979 3.38
1980 3.28
1981 3.29
1982 3.33
1983 3.36
1984 3.39
1985 3.42
1986 3.42
1987 3.42
1988 3.41
1989 3.40
1990 3.41
1991 3.46
1992 3.53
1993 3.62
1994 3.70
1995 3.76
1996 3.79
1997 3.80
1998 3.81
1999 3.86
2000 3.99
2001 4.18
2002 4.42
2003 4.69
2004 4.98
2005 5.27
2006 5.63
2007 5.97
2008 6.28
2009 6.53
2010 6.73
2011 6.86
2012 6.95
2013 7.01
2014 7.06
2015 7.10
2016 7.12

Population ages 45-49, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 45-49, male (% of male population) in St. Lucia was 7.05 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 7.11 in 2014 and a minimum value of 2.85 in 1980.

Definition: Male population between the ages 45 to 49 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 4.18
1961 4.09
1962 4.03
1963 4.00
1964 3.98
1965 3.94
1966 3.86
1967 3.78
1968 3.73
1969 3.70
1970 3.66
1971 3.54
1972 3.42
1973 3.33
1974 3.28
1975 3.27
1976 3.19
1977 3.11
1978 3.01
1979 2.92
1980 2.85
1981 2.89
1982 2.96
1983 3.06
1984 3.15
1985 3.22
1986 3.29
1987 3.30
1988 3.27
1989 3.24
1990 3.23
1991 3.28
1992 3.38
1993 3.50
1994 3.64
1995 3.77
1996 3.87
1997 3.99
1998 4.11
1999 4.24
2000 4.39
2001 4.54
2002 4.71
2003 4.88
2004 5.07
2005 5.28
2006 5.59
2007 5.91
2008 6.24
2009 6.54
2010 6.79
2011 6.93
2012 7.02
2013 7.08
2014 7.11
2015 7.10
2016 7.05

Population ages 50-54, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 50-54, female (% of female population) in St. Lucia was 6.55 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 6.55 in 2016 and a minimum value of 3.09 in 1993.

Definition: Female population between the ages 50 to 54 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 3.64
1961 3.57
1962 3.48
1963 3.43
1964 3.44
1965 3.45
1966 3.45
1967 3.41
1968 3.35
1969 3.29
1970 3.26
1971 3.27
1972 3.29
1973 3.31
1974 3.31
1975 3.29
1976 3.26
1977 3.23
1978 3.23
1979 3.26
1980 3.27
1981 3.20
1982 3.13
1983 3.09
1984 3.10
1985 3.14
1986 3.20
1987 3.23
1988 3.21
1989 3.18
1990 3.14
1991 3.11
1992 3.09
1993 3.09
1994 3.10
1995 3.13
1996 3.16
1997 3.23
1998 3.30
1999 3.36
2000 3.41
2001 3.45
2002 3.48
2003 3.52
2004 3.60
2005 3.74
2006 4.01
2007 4.32
2008 4.66
2009 5.02
2010 5.36
2011 5.60
2012 5.84
2013 6.06
2014 6.26
2015 6.43
2016 6.55

Population ages 50-54, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 50-54, male (% of male population) in St. Lucia was 6.57 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 6.57 in 2016 and a minimum value of 2.67 in 1983.

Definition: Male population between the ages 50 to 54 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 3.32
1961 3.33
1962 3.33
1963 3.32
1964 3.31
1965 3.28
1966 3.32
1967 3.34
1968 3.32
1969 3.27
1970 3.22
1971 3.20
1972 3.17
1973 3.13
1974 3.07
1975 3.01
1976 2.97
1977 2.92
1978 2.88
1979 2.83
1980 2.77
1981 2.73
1982 2.69
1983 2.67
1984 2.69
1985 2.73
1986 2.87
1987 3.00
1988 3.10
1989 3.15
1990 3.17
1991 3.11
1992 3.04
1993 2.98
1994 2.95
1995 2.96
1996 2.98
1997 3.05
1998 3.15
1999 3.27
2000 3.39
2001 3.51
2002 3.64
2003 3.78
2004 3.93
2005 4.09
2006 4.32
2007 4.54
2008 4.77
2009 5.02
2010 5.30
2011 5.53
2012 5.77
2013 6.03
2014 6.25
2015 6.44
2016 6.57

Population ages 55-59, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 55-59, female (% of female population) in St. Lucia was 5.32 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 5.32 in 2016 and a minimum value of 2.65 in 1960.

Definition: Female population between the ages 55 to 59 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 2.65
1961 2.76
1962 2.88
1963 2.92
1964 2.87
1965 2.77
1966 2.82
1967 2.88
1968 2.92
1969 2.91
1970 2.86
1971 2.88
1972 2.89
1973 2.87
1974 2.84
1975 2.81
1976 2.86
1977 2.89
1978 2.86
1979 2.80
1980 2.73
1981 2.77
1982 2.81
1983 2.82
1984 2.77
1985 2.70
1986 2.74
1987 2.81
1988 2.91
1989 3.01
1990 3.08
1991 3.06
1992 3.01
1993 2.96
1994 2.91
1995 2.88
1996 2.84
1997 2.81
1998 2.80
1999 2.81
2000 2.83
2001 2.88
2002 2.95
2003 3.04
2004 3.13
2005 3.20
2006 3.33
2007 3.45
2008 3.56
2009 3.70
2010 3.90
2011 4.07
2012 4.29
2013 4.55
2014 4.82
2015 5.08
2016 5.32

Population ages 55-59, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 55-59, male (% of male population) in St. Lucia was 5.15 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 5.15 in 2016 and a minimum value of 2.38 in 1960.

Definition: Male population between the ages 55 to 59 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 2.38
1961 2.45
1962 2.53
1963 2.59
1964 2.60
1965 2.58
1966 2.63
1967 2.69
1968 2.73
1969 2.77
1970 2.77
1971 2.78
1972 2.76
1973 2.74
1974 2.71
1975 2.68
1976 2.69
1977 2.69
1978 2.66
1979 2.60
1980 2.55
1981 2.54
1982 2.53
1983 2.51
1984 2.48
1985 2.44
1986 2.52
1987 2.63
1988 2.75
1989 2.87
1990 2.98
1991 2.96
1992 2.95
1993 2.94
1994 2.92
1995 2.89
1996 2.81
1997 2.72
1998 2.64
1999 2.60
2000 2.60
2001 2.64
2002 2.72
2003 2.83
2004 2.96
2005 3.09
2006 3.32
2007 3.53
2008 3.73
2009 3.93
2010 4.14
2011 4.26
2012 4.40
2013 4.55
2014 4.73
2015 4.94
2016 5.15

Population ages 60-64, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 60-64, female (% of female population) in St. Lucia was 3.81 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 3.81 in 2016 and a minimum value of 2.50 in 1968.

Definition: Female population between the ages 60 to 64 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 2.85
1961 2.70
1962 2.57
1963 2.54
1964 2.62
1965 2.73
1966 2.63
1967 2.54
1968 2.50
1969 2.53
1970 2.58
1971 2.55
1972 2.54
1973 2.57
1974 2.63
1975 2.69
1976 2.63
1977 2.60
1978 2.62
1979 2.68
1980 2.74
1981 2.69
1982 2.64
1983 2.61
1984 2.61
1985 2.62
1986 2.63
1987 2.60
1988 2.55
1989 2.51
1990 2.52
1991 2.52
1992 2.56
1993 2.63
1994 2.69
1995 2.73
1996 2.71
1997 2.66
1998 2.62
1999 2.57
2000 2.55
2001 2.53
2002 2.53
2003 2.53
2004 2.56
2005 2.60
2006 2.74
2007 2.91
2008 3.09
2009 3.26
2010 3.41
2011 3.44
2012 3.45
2013 3.47
2014 3.53
2015 3.65
2016 3.81

Population ages 60-64, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 60-64, male (% of male population) in St. Lucia was 3.87 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 3.87 in 2016 and a minimum value of 1.97 in 1962.

Definition: Male population between the ages 60 to 64 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 2.01
1961 1.98
1962 1.97
1963 1.99
1964 2.05
1965 2.12
1966 2.12
1967 2.12
1968 2.14
1969 2.17
1970 2.22
1971 2.25
1972 2.29
1973 2.32
1974 2.34
1975 2.36
1976 2.38
1977 2.41
1978 2.43
1979 2.45
1980 2.45
1981 2.42
1982 2.39
1983 2.37
1984 2.35
1985 2.34
1986 2.37
1987 2.41
1988 2.45
1989 2.52
1990 2.60
1991 2.59
1992 2.60
1993 2.60
1994 2.62
1995 2.62
1996 2.60
1997 2.58
1998 2.55
1999 2.52
2000 2.48
2001 2.42
2002 2.36
2003 2.31
2004 2.29
2005 2.31
2006 2.46
2007 2.65
2008 2.86
2009 3.08
2010 3.28
2011 3.36
2012 3.44
2013 3.53
2014 3.63
2015 3.75
2016 3.87

Population ages 65-69, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 65-69, female (% of female population) in St. Lucia was 3.13 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 3.13 in 2016 and a minimum value of 1.90 in 1960.

Definition: Female population between the ages 65 to 69 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 1.90
1961 1.98
1962 2.05
1963 2.06
1964 2.01
1965 1.94
1966 1.99
1967 2.04
1968 2.04
1969 2.00
1970 1.95
1971 1.99
1972 2.02
1973 2.03
1974 2.03
1975 2.04
1976 2.07
1977 2.09
1978 2.10
1979 2.09
1980 2.08
1981 2.14
1982 2.21
1983 2.26
1984 2.29
1985 2.29
1986 2.42
1987 2.51
1988 2.55
1989 2.56
1990 2.54
1991 2.44
1992 2.34
1993 2.24
1994 2.17
1995 2.14
1996 2.13
1997 2.17
1998 2.24
1999 2.29
2000 2.32
2001 2.31
2002 2.30
2003 2.28
2004 2.26
2005 2.26
2006 2.33
2007 2.41
2008 2.50
2009 2.61
2010 2.75
2011 2.80
2012 2.88
2013 2.96
2014 3.04
2015 3.11
2016 3.13

Population ages 65-69, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 65-69, male (% of male population) in St. Lucia was 2.94 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 2.94 in 2016 and a minimum value of 1.33 in 1960.

Definition: Male population between the ages 65 to 69 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 1.33
1961 1.37
1962 1.42
1963 1.45
1964 1.46
1965 1.46
1966 1.50
1967 1.54
1968 1.57
1969 1.59
1970 1.60
1971 1.62
1972 1.66
1973 1.71
1974 1.77
1975 1.83
1976 1.82
1977 1.84
1978 1.89
1979 1.96
1980 2.04
1981 2.03
1982 2.02
1983 2.01
1984 2.03
1985 2.05
1986 2.18
1987 2.26
1988 2.31
1989 2.34
1990 2.36
1991 2.32
1992 2.29
1993 2.26
1994 2.25
1995 2.24
1996 2.20
1997 2.19
1998 2.19
1999 2.19
2000 2.20
2001 2.18
2002 2.17
2003 2.16
2004 2.15
2005 2.12
2006 2.18
2007 2.24
2008 2.30
2009 2.39
2010 2.52
2011 2.55
2012 2.62
2013 2.70
2014 2.78
2015 2.87
2016 2.94

Population ages 65 and above, female

The value for Population ages 65 and above, female in St. Lucia was 9,401 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 9,401 in 2016 and a minimum value of 2,446 in 1960.

Definition: Female population 65 years of age or older. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates using the World Bank's total population and age/sex distributions of the United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 2,446
1961 2,519
1962 2,585
1963 2,630
1964 2,653
1965 2,669
1966 2,746
1967 2,819
1968 2,872
1969 2,901
1970 2,916
1971 2,974
1972 3,024
1973 3,063
1974 3,102
1975 3,145
1976 3,208
1977 3,266
1978 3,315
1979 3,355
1980 3,388
1981 3,488
1982 3,586
1983 3,685
1984 3,773
1985 3,855
1986 4,200
1987 4,561
1988 4,927
1989 5,292
1990 5,656
1991 5,765
1992 5,850
1993 5,916
1994 5,992
1995 6,090
1996 6,146
1997 6,223
1998 6,302
1999 6,379
2000 6,443
2001 6,476
2002 6,507
2003 6,526
2004 6,547
2005 6,576
2006 6,842
2007 7,136
2008 7,459
2009 7,827
2010 8,241
2011 8,428
2012 8,622
2013 8,812
2014 9,016
2015 9,212
2016 9,401

Population ages 65 and above, female (% of total)

Population ages 65 and above, female (% of total) in St. Lucia was 10.35 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 56 years was 10.35 in 2016, while its lowest value was 5.24 in 1960.

Definition: Female population 65 years of age or older as a percentage of the total female population. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 5.24
1961 5.32
1962 5.38
1963 5.41
1964 5.38
1965 5.33
1966 5.40
1967 5.45
1968 5.46
1969 5.44
1970 5.39
1971 5.44
1972 5.48
1973 5.51
1974 5.53
1975 5.56
1976 5.60
1977 5.64
1978 5.65
1979 5.64
1980 5.62
1981 5.71
1982 5.80
1983 5.89
1984 5.95
1985 5.98
1986 6.41
1987 6.84
1988 7.25
1989 7.65
1990 8.04
1991 8.08
1992 8.09
1993 8.09
1994 8.09
1995 8.12
1996 8.09
1997 8.07
1998 8.06
1999 8.06
2000 8.05
2001 8.01
2002 7.98
2003 7.94
2004 7.90
2005 7.86
2006 8.10
2007 8.36
2008 8.65
2009 8.98
2010 9.38
2011 9.52
2012 9.68
2013 9.84
2014 10.02
2015 10.19
2016 10.35

Population ages 65 and above, male

The value for Population ages 65 and above, male in St. Lucia was 7,600 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 7,600 in 2016 and a minimum value of 1,409 in 1960.

Definition: Male population 65 years of age or older. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates using the World Bank's total population and age/sex distributions of the United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 1,409
1961 1,449
1962 1,497
1963 1,549
1964 1,592
1965 1,633
1966 1,695
1967 1,758
1968 1,811
1969 1,856
1970 1,895
1971 1,957
1972 2,016
1973 2,081
1974 2,146
1975 2,221
1976 2,289
1977 2,359
1978 2,435
1979 2,518
1980 2,606
1981 2,707
1982 2,798
1983 2,883
1984 2,969
1985 3,056
1986 3,351
1987 3,660
1988 3,983
1989 4,316
1990 4,660
1991 4,782
1992 4,891
1993 4,984
1994 5,084
1995 5,197
1996 5,239
1997 5,288
1998 5,344
1999 5,394
2000 5,435
2001 5,441
2002 5,449
2003 5,443
2004 5,433
2005 5,415
2006 5,625
2007 5,857
2008 6,128
2009 6,441
2010 6,795
2011 6,924
2012 7,044
2013 7,166
2014 7,292
2015 7,430
2016 7,600

Population ages 65 and above, male (% of total)

Population ages 65 and above, male (% of total) in St. Lucia was 8.72 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 56 years was 8.72 in 2016, while its lowest value was 3.26 in 1960.

Definition: Male population 65 years of age or older as a percentage of the total male population. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 3.26
1961 3.33
1962 3.40
1963 3.46
1964 3.50
1965 3.53
1966 3.60
1967 3.67
1968 3.72
1969 3.76
1970 3.78
1971 3.86
1972 3.93
1973 4.01
1974 4.09
1975 4.18
1976 4.24
1977 4.30
1978 4.36
1979 4.43
1980 4.52
1981 4.62
1982 4.71
1983 4.79
1984 4.87
1985 4.93
1986 5.31
1987 5.69
1988 6.08
1989 6.46
1990 6.87
1991 6.95
1992 7.02
1993 7.08
1994 7.14
1995 7.21
1996 7.18
1997 7.14
1998 7.12
1999 7.10
2000 7.07
2001 7.01
2002 6.97
2003 6.91
2004 6.85
2005 6.76
2006 6.95
2007 7.15
2008 7.39
2009 7.68
2010 8.02
2011 8.12
2012 8.21
2013 8.32
2014 8.43
2015 8.56
2016 8.72

Population ages 65 and above, total

The value for Population ages 65 and above, total in St. Lucia was 17,004 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 17,004 in 2016 and a minimum value of 3,855 in 1960.

Definition: Total population 65 years of age or older. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates using the World Bank's total population and age/sex distributions of the United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 3,855
1961 3,965
1962 4,081
1963 4,178
1964 4,245
1965 4,302
1966 4,445
1967 4,576
1968 4,681
1969 4,755
1970 4,814
1971 4,935
1972 5,040
1973 5,146
1974 5,246
1975 5,364
1976 5,491
1977 5,627
1978 5,748
1979 5,870
1980 5,999
1981 6,194
1982 6,385
1983 6,570
1984 6,742
1985 6,912
1986 7,549
1987 8,222
1988 8,910
1989 9,611
1990 10,319
1991 10,552
1992 10,738
1993 10,900
1994 11,079
1995 11,282
1996 11,383
1997 11,506
1998 11,641
1999 11,776
2000 11,879
2001 11,925
2002 11,950
2003 11,970
2004 11,977
2005 11,994
2006 12,462
2007 12,993
2008 13,589
2009 14,266
2010 15,035
2011 15,351
2012 15,665
2013 15,984
2014 16,305
2015 16,648
2016 17,004

Population ages 65 and above (% of total)

Population ages 65 and above (% of total) in St. Lucia was 9.55 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 56 years was 9.55 in 2016, while its lowest value was 4.29 in 1960.

Definition: Population ages 65 and above as a percentage of the total population. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 4.29
1961 4.36
1962 4.43
1963 4.47
1964 4.48
1965 4.47
1966 4.54
1967 4.60
1968 4.63
1969 4.63
1970 4.62
1971 4.68
1972 4.73
1973 4.79
1974 4.83
1975 4.89
1976 4.94
1977 4.99
1978 5.02
1979 5.05
1980 5.08
1981 5.18
1982 5.27
1983 5.35
1984 5.42
1985 5.47
1986 5.87
1987 6.27
1988 6.67
1989 7.07
1990 7.47
1991 7.53
1992 7.57
1993 7.59
1994 7.63
1995 7.67
1996 7.64
1997 7.62
1998 7.60
1999 7.59
2000 7.57
2001 7.53
2002 7.48
2003 7.44
2004 7.38
2005 7.33
2006 7.53
2007 7.77
2008 8.03
2009 8.34
2010 8.71
2011 8.83
2012 8.96
2013 9.10
2014 9.24
2015 9.39
2016 9.55

Population ages 70-74, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 70-74, female (% of female population) in St. Lucia was 2.46 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 2.46 in 2016 and a minimum value of 1.54 in 1962.

Definition: Female population between the ages 70 to 74 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 1.62
1961 1.57
1962 1.54
1963 1.54
1964 1.57
1965 1.60
1966 1.59
1967 1.57
1968 1.56
1969 1.56
1970 1.57
1971 1.56
1972 1.57
1973 1.58
1974 1.60
1975 1.61
1976 1.61
1977 1.61
1978 1.62
1979 1.63
1980 1.63
1981 1.64
1982 1.66
1983 1.68
1984 1.71
1985 1.74
1986 1.86
1987 2.00
1988 2.16
1989 2.31
1990 2.43
1991 2.40
1992 2.35
1993 2.29
1994 2.22
1995 2.16
1996 2.04
1997 1.92
1998 1.82
1999 1.75
2000 1.72
2001 1.70
2002 1.73
2003 1.80
2004 1.87
2005 1.93
2006 1.98
2007 2.02
2008 2.08
2009 2.15
2010 2.25
2011 2.27
2012 2.29
2013 2.31
2014 2.35
2015 2.40
2016 2.46

Population ages 70-74, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 70-74, male (% of male population) in St. Lucia was 2.14 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 2.20 in 1990 and a minimum value of 0.96 in 1962.

Definition: Male population between the ages 70 to 74 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 0.96
1961 0.96
1962 0.96
1963 0.97
1964 1.00
1965 1.03
1966 1.04
1967 1.06
1968 1.07
1969 1.08
1970 1.10
1971 1.11
1972 1.13
1973 1.13
1974 1.14
1975 1.16
1976 1.20
1977 1.22
1978 1.22
1979 1.20
1980 1.20
1981 1.29
1982 1.37
1983 1.41
1984 1.41
1985 1.39
1986 1.53
1987 1.70
1988 1.89
1989 2.07
1990 2.20
1991 2.18
1992 2.13
1993 2.07
1994 2.03
1995 2.01
1996 1.93
1997 1.86
1998 1.81
1999 1.77
2000 1.75
2001 1.69
2002 1.67
2003 1.67
2004 1.70
2005 1.73
2006 1.78
2007 1.85
2008 1.94
2009 2.05
2010 2.16
2011 2.15
2012 2.13
2013 2.10
2014 2.09
2015 2.11
2016 2.14

Population ages 75-79, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 75-79, female (% of female population) in St. Lucia was 1.88 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 1.93 in 1995 and a minimum value of 0.94 in 1960.

Definition: Female population between the ages 75 to 79 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 0.94
1961 0.96
1962 0.98
1963 1.00
1964 1.02
1965 1.04
1966 1.03
1967 1.04
1968 1.06
1969 1.10
1970 1.13
1971 1.09
1972 1.06
1973 1.06
1974 1.10
1975 1.16
1976 1.11
1977 1.08
1978 1.08
1979 1.11
1980 1.16
1981 1.12
1982 1.09
1983 1.10
1984 1.15
1985 1.22
1986 1.31
1987 1.40
1988 1.48
1989 1.58
1990 1.71
1991 1.75
1992 1.80
1993 1.86
1994 1.90
1995 1.93
1996 1.90
1997 1.86
1998 1.79
1999 1.71
2000 1.63
2001 1.55
2002 1.45
2003 1.34
2004 1.25
2005 1.20
2006 1.33
2007 1.46
2008 1.58
2009 1.65
2010 1.70
2011 1.71
2012 1.74
2013 1.78
2014 1.82
2015 1.86
2016 1.88

Population ages 75-79, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 75-79, male (% of male population) in St. Lucia was 1.67 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 1.68 in 1995 and a minimum value of 0.52 in 1960.

Definition: Male population between the ages 75 to 79 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 0.52
1961 0.54
1962 0.56
1963 0.59
1964 0.60
1965 0.61
1966 0.61
1967 0.62
1968 0.64
1969 0.67
1970 0.69
1971 0.69
1972 0.69
1973 0.71
1974 0.73
1975 0.76
1976 0.74
1977 0.74
1978 0.75
1979 0.79
1980 0.82
1981 0.80
1982 0.79
1983 0.83
1984 0.90
1985 0.98
1986 1.02
1987 1.07
1988 1.14
1989 1.25
1990 1.41
1991 1.46
1992 1.52
1993 1.59
1994 1.65
1995 1.68
1996 1.66
1997 1.61
1998 1.55
1999 1.49
2000 1.44
2001 1.40
2002 1.35
2003 1.26
2004 1.16
2005 1.08
2006 1.16
2007 1.26
2008 1.33
2009 1.39
2010 1.44
2011 1.47
2012 1.53
2013 1.59
2014 1.64
2015 1.67
2016 1.67

Population ages 80 and above, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 80 and above, female (% of female population) in St. Lucia was 2.88 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 2.88 in 2016 and a minimum value of 0.74 in 1985.

Definition: Female population between the ages 80 and above as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 0.78
1961 0.80
1962 0.81
1963 0.81
1964 0.79
1965 0.76
1966 0.79
1967 0.81
1968 0.81
1969 0.78
1970 0.74
1971 0.80
1972 0.84
1973 0.84
1974 0.80
1975 0.75
1976 0.81
1977 0.85
1978 0.85
1979 0.81
1980 0.74
1981 0.81
1982 0.84
1983 0.84
1984 0.80
1985 0.74
1986 0.82
1987 0.93
1988 1.06
1989 1.20
1990 1.36
1991 1.48
1992 1.60
1993 1.70
1994 1.79
1995 1.90
1996 2.01
1997 2.12
1998 2.23
1999 2.31
2000 2.37
2001 2.44
2002 2.49
2003 2.51
2004 2.51
2005 2.47
2006 2.46
2007 2.47
2008 2.49
2009 2.57
2010 2.69
2011 2.73
2012 2.77
2013 2.78
2014 2.80
2015 2.82
2016 2.88

Population ages 80 and above, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 80 and above, male (% of male population) in St. Lucia was 1.97 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 1.97 in 2016 and a minimum value of 0.40 in 1970.

Definition: Male population between the ages 80 and above as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

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Year Value
1960 0.45
1961 0.45
1962 0.45
1963 0.45
1964 0.44
1965 0.43
1966 0.45
1967 0.45
1968 0.44
1969 0.43
1970 0.40
1971 0.43
1972 0.45
1973 0.46
1974 0.45
1975 0.43
1976 0.47
1977 0.50
1978 0.50
1979 0.48
1980 0.45
1981 0.50
1982 0.54
1983 0.54
1984 0.53
1985 0.51
1986 0.58
1987 0.65
1988 0.73
1989 0.81
1990 0.90
1991 0.99
1992 1.08
1993 1.15
1994 1.22
1995 1.28
1996 1.39
1997 1.49
1998 1.58
1999 1.65
2000 1.68
2001 1.74
2002 1.79
2003 1.82
2004 1.84
2005 1.83
2006 1.82
2007 1.81
2008 1.81
2009 1.85
2010 1.90
2011 1.93
2012 1.94
2013 1.93
2014 1.92
2015 1.92
2016 1.97

Classification

Topic: Health Indicators

Sub-Topic: Population