Barbadians

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Barbadians
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Total population
(Est. 550,000–600,000)
Regions with significant populations

 Barbados
(Nationwide)
284,589 (July 2014 est.)[1]
 United Kingdom
(London, Manchester, Birmingham)
60,000
 United States
(New York, Massachusetts)
125,000–150,000
 Canada
34,340[2]
 Brazil
(Porto Velho)
5,000

 Trinidad and Tobago
500-1,000
Languages
English (Bajan, British English, American English)
Religion
Christianity (Predominantly Protestantism)
Related ethnic groups
Demographics of Barbados, Afro-Barbadian, Barbadian British, Barbadian American, Americo-Liberians, Barbadians in Brazil, Canadians of Barbadian origin, Liberian, African diaspora, Black people, Indians in Barbados, Barbadian Jews

Barbadians or Bajans are people originating on the Caribbean island of Barbados whether they live there or in the Barbadian diaspora.

Diaspora[edit]

Many Barbadians now live overseas and outside of Barbados, the majority have migrated to Anglophone countries, including 34,340 Barbadians in Canada, some 21,601 in the United Kingdom, around 54,509 Barbadians in the United States and some 500-1,000 Barbadians in Liberia. In addition to Anglophone countries other groups of Barbadians have moved to Latin countries including: Brazil, Cuba[3] and Panama.[4][5]

Notable Barbadians[edit]

See: List of famous Barbadian people

See also[edit]

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