Latest Facts On The Caribbean Population In The US – NAN

13 Latest Facts On The Caribbean Population In The US – NAN

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Photo: Politicians including New York Governor Andrew Cuomo working the West Indian bloc at the annual West Indian Labor Day Carnival in Brooklyn, New York. (Photo by Yana Paskova)

By News Americas Now (NAN) Staff Writer

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Dec. 11, 2015: The US Census Bureau has released its latest estimates on the population in the US, including Caribbean and West Indians across the country. Here are 13 latest facts as obtained first by News Americas Now:  

1: The US Census’ latest American Community Survey estimates show there are over 4 million Caribbean nationals, including Guyanese and nationals from Belize, living across the United States. That’s 4,187,577 to be exact, according to the NAN analysis of the Census’ five-year estimates.

2: Over half are from the Spanish-speaking Caribbean. Cuba has the most with an estimated 1.1 million while the Dominican Republic accounts for over 940 thousand.

3:  There are over some 600,000 Jamaicans across the U.S., the Census Bureau ACS survey claims – the third largest of any Caribbean group, and the most from the English-speaking Caribbean.

4: Haitians are the fourth largest group from the Caribbean in the United States and the most for the French-speaking Caribbean. They account for an estimated over 597 thousand.

5: Guyanese are listed as South Americans in the survey but counted as part of the Caribbean population by News Americas they are the second largest from the English-speaking Caribbean and estimated at over 265 thousand by the Census Bureau.

6: Nationals of Trinidad and Tobago are the sixth largest grouping of West Indians in the United States and the third largest from the English-speaking CARICOM region. They are estimated at over 232 thousand.

 7: There are over 54 thousand Barbadians living in the US, Census estimates claim, the fourth largest grouping of the English-speaking Caribbean.

8: Nationals of the Bahamas are put at just over 32 thousand across the U.S.

9: The Grenadian population across the U.S. is estimated at just over 32 thousands as well – at 32,021 exactly.

10: There are over 28 thousand nationals from the Commonwealth of Dominica estimated to be living in the United States.

11: Nationals from Saint Vincent & the Grenadines are estimated at over 22 thousand.

12: While Belize is listed as part of Central America, counted as part of the Caribbean population by News Americas, they are estimated at some 48 thousand.

13: The number of West Indians from other nations living in the U.S. is put at over one hundred and eight thousand.

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  • De castro  On December 14, 2015 at 1:26 am

    Ha ha 4 million economic migrants won’t change a nation of 320 million today or tomorrow.
    Land of hope and glory for most….as per Donald Duck….quack quack !
    1% of Americans have ever left American land….99% uninformed/misinformed naieve citizens

    Somehow I had imagined it was more than 40 million….guess my imagination on “illegals”
    getting better of me.!
    Now we have Donald Duck ving for job as CIC ….that says it all of the american nation.
    Best thing that ever happened to USA was to teach them Ameringlish…they can now communicate
    with each other……need I remind them that having stole the land from its original inhabitants
    (nomads) they are now calling for a ban on “illegals”….in ameringlish “aliens”….
    Better get off my soapbox before am arrested…..for preaching wrong gospel.

    Que Sera
    God bless america.

  • Albert  On December 15, 2015 at 11:56 am

    Dont worry with the snow on your neighbors roof but the one on your door steps. …..did I get it right.
    Anyhow see how your Queen and Cameron are sucking up to the Chinese leader with cap in hand. Did he overnight in Buckinham Palace. Things are getting really tough in the UK.

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