Talk:List of metropolitan areas in the West Indies

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In the Process of Editing[edit]

Just letting everyone know that I ( user:Dannyboybs18 ) am currently editing this page, so if it looks incomplete that just means that I have'nt finished my editing at the moment. So please bear with me until all the editing is finish because I was able to compile a reliable list (with references) of the most populus West Indian cities, so I kindly ask that no one edit the file at least not until higher or lower figures of the metro areas have been released. Thanks alot guys I'll let you know when the edits are finished, and for now good bye.( date: July-28th-2011 )

Census Data Edits[edit]

The figures given for Dominican cities and for Port-au-Prince were wildly inaccurate. I have gone ahead and brought them in line with official government census data for both countries. I suspect that the ardent rivalry between the two countries has prompted the ridiculously overstated figures.

--BXM 12:54, 2 August 2012 (UTC) — Preceding unsigned comment added by Bxmuchacho (talkcontribs)

The population of Santiago de Cuba metro area(municipality) was 492 891 in 2010ONEI-Santiago and according to preliminary results of 2012 Census the current population exceeds the half million figure, is the territory with more population growth in the country CubanEkoMember (talk) 21:32, 3 January 2013 (UTC)