Population of Bonaire (Caribbean Netherlands) 2019, by age group

This statistic displays the population of Bonaire in the Caribbean Netherlands in 2019, by age group. It shows that most people living on Bonaire were between 55 and 60 years old. In 2019, roughly 1,800 people fell in this age group. The group older than 100 years was the smallest. In 2018, three people living on Bonaire were 100 years or older. In this respect, the population of Bonaire almost mirrored that of the entire Caribbean Netherlands that year.

Population of Bonaire in the Caribbean Netherlands in 2019, by age group*

Number of people
Younger than 5 years 1,046
5-10 years 1,227
10-15 years 1,120
15-20 years 1,095
20-25 years 995
25-30 years 1,358
30-35 years 1,498
35-40 years 1,483
40-45 years 1,397
45-50 years 1,517
50-55 years 1,721
55-60 years 1,763
60-65 years 1,294
65-70 years 990
70-75 years 717
75-80 years 422
80-85 years 267
85-90 years 118
90-95 years 58
95-100 years 15
Older than 100 years3
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Source

Release date

March 2019

Region

Netherlands

Survey time period

2019

Supplementary notes

* As of January 1, 2019.

Caribbean Netherlands: Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba are special municipalities of the Netherlands.

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