The 2010 Census figures for the U.S. Virgin Islands show there has been a decline in population. No previous Census report showed losses.
On April 1, 2010, the population of the Territory was 106,405, the Census Bureau said. That's a decrease of 0.2 percent from 2000, or about 200.
The number of people on St. John also fell, by 27, to 4,170.
A graphical representation of population movement showed the East End population decreasing 10-18%, while Cruz Bay and Coral Bay saw a decline of 1-10%. The Central region's population grew as much as 9.9%.
Cenus said that next year it will release demographix information about St.John. That data will describe "social, economic and housing characteristics for the Island," the Bureau said in a statement.
3 thoughts on “St. John: No growth”
Does anyone living on St John really believe there has been no full-time population growth on St John in the last 10 years?
A lot of people were NOT counted!!! They never came to where i live, work or sent me anything in the mail or left a notice at my work or home. ha ha..wondering in Pastory… funny that is where I Live!
they never came to pastory condos and if they did they did not leave a notice.