Guadeloupe Population 2018

449,215

Guadeloupe has a 2018 population of 449,173 according to the latest estimates from the UN's World Population Prospects.

Components of Population Change

One birth every 111 minutes
One death every 144 minutes
One net migrant every 360 minutes
Net loss of one person every 1440 minutes

Guadeloupe Population in 2018Source: By No machine-readable author provided. Smiley assumed (based on copyright claims). [GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html), CC-BY-SA-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/) or CC BY-SA 2.5-2.0-1.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5-2.0-1.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

Guadeloupe Population Pyramid 2018

0k1k2k3k4kGuadeloupe Male Population0k1k2k3k4kGuadeloupe Female Population10095908580757065605550454035302520151050

Guadeloupe Population by Age

There are 345,992 adults in Guadeloupe.

About Guadeloupe

Official NameGuadeloupe
Languages SpokenFrench
Is LandlockedNo
Latitude/Longitude16.25-61.583333
Currencies UsedEuro
DemonymGuadeloupian

Countries Bordering Guadeloupe

None

Guadeloupe Top 20 Cities by Population

Name Population
Les Abymes63,058
Baie-Mahault30,551
Le Gosier28,698
Petit-Bourg24,994
Sainte-Anne22,859
Le Moule22,692
Sainte-Rose20,192
Capesterre-Belle-Eau19,821
Pointe-a-Pitre18,264
Lamentin14,891
Saint-Francois12,732
Basse-Terre11,472
Saint-Claude10,134
Trois-Rivieres8,812
Gourbeyre8,571
Petit-Canal8,554
Pointe-Noire7,749
Vieux-Habitants7,728
Bouillante7,540
Grand-Bourg5,867

Guadeloupe Population Clock

The population of Guadeloupe (as of 5/19/2018)?449,215
Last UN Estimate (July 1, 2018)449,173
Births Per Day13
Deaths Per Day10
Net Migrations Per Day -4
Net Change Per Day -1
Population Change Since January 1st-139

Guadeloupe Population Indicators

IndicatorValue
Crude Birth Rate 10.806 births/thousand
Crude Death Rate 8.129 deaths/thousand
Crude Net Migration Rate -3.56 people/thousand
Life Expectancy (Both Sexes) 81.68 years
Male Life Expectancy 78.21 years
Female Life Expectancy 84.84 years
Total Fertility Rate 1.92 children/woman
Net Reproduction Rate 0.931 surviving daughters/woman
Sex Ratio At Birth 1.04 males per female
Infant Mortality Rate 4.825 deaths/1,000 live births
Under Five Mortality 5.361 deaths/thousand
Mean Age at Childbearing 30.154 years
Rate of Natural Increase 2.677

Guadeloupe Population by Year (Historical)

Year Population % Male % Female Density (km²) Population Rank Growth Rate
2018449,17346.31%53.69%275.90173-0.09%
2017449,56846.35%53.65%276.15173-0.09%
2016449,97546.39%53.61%276.40173-0.10%
2015450,41846.41%53.59%276.67173-0.01%
2010450,71846.65%53.35%276.851730.50%
2005439,55248.50%51.50%270.001720.69%
2000424,64648.16%51.84%260.841711.06%
1995402,93748.66%51.34%247.501690.87%
1990385,87849.09%50.91%237.031681.62%
1985356,17149.18%50.82%218.781681.53%
1980330,17749.07%50.94%202.811670.20%
1975326,96648.98%51.02%200.841650.47%
1970319,33449.03%50.97%196.151641.25%
1965300,17149.02%50.98%184.381641.76%
1960275,16149.13%50.88%169.021633.11%
1955236,06448.70%51.29%145.001642.37%
1950210,00348.10%51.90%128.991650.00%

Guadeloupe Population by Year (Projections)

Year Population % Male % Female Density (km²) Population Rank Growth Rate
2020448,42746.23%53.77%275.451740.00%
2025447,29846.12%53.88%274.75175-0.05%
2030447,80346.08%53.92%275.061760.02%
2035446,84846.06%53.94%274.48177-0.04%
2040442,67446.05%53.95%271.91178-0.19%
2045435,05346.07%53.94%267.23180-0.35%
2050424,90046.13%53.87%261.00180-0.47%
2055413,90546.29%53.71%254.24181-0.52%
2060403,49546.57%53.43%247.85182-0.51%
2065394,27346.97%53.03%242.18184-0.46%
2070386,37347.41%52.58%237.33184-0.40%
2075379,33247.80%52.20%233.00184-0.37%
2080372,79048.03%51.97%228.99184-0.35%
2085365,95548.10%51.90%224.79184-0.37%
2090358,38948.05%51.95%220.14184-0.42%
2095349,82248.04%51.96%214.88184-0.48%
Data Sources
  1. World Population Prospects (2017 Revision) - United Nations population estimates and projections.

    Total population: Estimated to be consistent with the 1961, 1967, 1984, 1982, 1990, 1999, 2006 and 2013 censuses, with the 2016 official estimate, and with estimates of the subsequent trends in fertility, mortality and international migration. For the 2013 census, the Guadeloupe region and communes of Saint-Martin and Saint-Barthélemy are jointly considered.

  2. GeoNames Gazetteer