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STATINJA 2011

CENSUS OF POPULATION AND HOUSING JAMAICA

 

Flip-Book of Census 2011 - diG More


CHARTS

Population Movement Summary:  http://digjamaica.com/data/view/census_2011_population_movement_summary

Source Of Main Water For Domestic Use: http://digjamaica.com/data/view/census_2011_source_of_main_water_for_domestic_use

Births, Deaths, Migrations: 1921 - 2011 http://digjamaica.com/data/view/census_2011_births_deaths_migrations_1921_2011

Population By Parish: 1960 - 2011 http://digjamaica.com/data/view/census_2011_population_by_parish_1960_2011

Population By Ethnic Origin: 2001 - 2011:  http://digjamaica.com/data/view/census_2011_population_by_ethnic_origin_2001_2011

Population By Religious Affiliation Or Denomination: 2001 - 2011: http://digjamaica.com/data/view/census_2011_population_by_religious_affiliation_or_denomination_2001_2011

 


ARTICLES

Census highlights power gap - Consumers outnumber JPS customer base by more than 200,000 - October 21, 2012

Over 805,000 households in Jamaica or 91.3 per cent of the total captured in the 2011 census of population and housing, use electricity as a source of lighting.  diG More on The Gleaner


Exodus - Jamaicans flee traditional churches; said to be flocking newer denominations - October 21, 2012

The Reverend Everald Galbraith, president of the Jamaica Methodist District, was stumped by the data contained in the Population and Housing Census 2011 depicting the steady decline in Jamaicans who are aligning themselves with his denomination. diG More on The Gleaner


None of the above - October 21, 2012

At minutes after 10 o'clock on Sunday morning when churchgoers were immersed in the spirit inside their house of worship, a group of young men were actively engaged in a game of football near Kingston's waterfront as the sea breeze cooled the late-morning sun. diG More on The Gleaner


Evangelicals climb sharply - But Adventist remains the largest Christian denomination in Jamaica - October 21, 2012

As the traditional churches continue to witness a decline in the number of Jamaicans sitting in their pews, the Pentecostal, Seventh-day Adventist and various Church of God groupings are seeing a steady increase in worshippers. diG More on The Gleaner


Census concerns - EOJ has more registered voters in some constituencies than STATIN records have living there - October 21, 2012

There are more questions today about the accuracy of the Population and Housing Census 2011 after it was matched against the voters' list. diG More on The Gleaner


Spiritual country - Just over two million Jamaicans say they are religious - October 21, 2012

Just over two million persons of the almost 2.7 million persons in Jamaica claimed some form of religious affiliation. diG More on The Gleaner


Census findings push Gov't into action - October 19, 2012

Horace Dalley, minister without portfolio in the Ministry of Finance, says the Government has put in train plans to amend the laws governing the Statistical Institute of Jamaica (STATIN) in the wake of Wednesday's release of the Population and Housing Census 2011. diG More on The Gleaner


'Give men purpose' - October 19, 2012

With males outnumbering the female population in most parishes across the island, gender experts are calling for various programmes to be put in place that are geared towards helping them be more productive in society. diG More on The Gleaner


Aged population a 'window of opportunity' - October 19, 2012

Experts are suggesting that it might not be all bad news for the country that the 2011 census has revealed Jamaica's population has aged over the last 10 years. diG More on The Gleaner


No walk in the park - October 18, 2012

It was no easy going for the Statistical Institute of Jamaica (STATIN) as its workers trudged from household to household in townships and villages to garner data that has formed the 2011 Population and Housing Census that will serve to guide Jamaica in the years ahead. diG More on The Gleaner


No baby boom! - October 18, 2012

There has been no baby boom in Jamaica over the past 10 years. diG More on The Gleaner


Education data hard to tabulate - STATIN - October 18, 2012

Noticeably absent in the preliminary reports of the Population and Housing Census 2011 is the status of education in the island. diG More on The Gleaner


Portmore ain't so big after all - October 18, 2012

For many years, peak-hour traffic in and out of Portmore, St Catherine, led some - in the absence of hard data - to estimate that the ever-growing population of the largely growing dormitory community was between 300,000 and 500,000. diG More on The Gleaner


 

OPINION PIECES

Census: uncensored - October 21, 2012 - diG More on The Gleaner


The relevance of the census - October 19, 2012 - diG More on The Gleaner


'Censuss', crime and lame ideas - October 21, 2012  - diG More on The Gleaner