Ranked list of Dominican provinces

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These are ranked lists of the Provinces of Dominican Republic. Population figures areas are taken from the report on the 2010 census.[1]

The percentages (%) mean how much of the country the province has (population and area).

By population[edit]

Rank Province Population  % Area  % Density Map
1 Santo Domingo 2,374,370    25.1 1,302.2    2.7 1,823.35 30
2 Distrito Nacional 965,040 10.2 91.6 0.2 10,535.37 D.N.
3 Santiago 963,422 10.2 2,806.3 5.8 343.31 28
4 San Cristóbal 569,930 6.0 1,240.6 2.6 459.40 24
5 La Vega 394,205 4.2 2,292.5 4.7 171.95 13
6 Puerto Plata 321,597 3.4 1,805.6 3.7 178.11 20
7 San Pedro de Macorís 290,458 3.1 1,254.3 2.6 231.57 27
8 Duarte 289,574 3.1 1,649.5 3.4 175.55 5
9 La Altagracia 273,210 2.9 2,998.4 6.2 91.12 11
10 La Romana 245,433 2.6 652.1 1.3 376.37 12
11 San Juan 232,333 2.5 3,363.8 7.0 69.07 26
12 Espaillat 231,938 2.5 843.0 1.7 275.13 8
13 Azua 214,311 2.3 2,682.5 5.6 79.89 1
14 Barahona 187,105 2.0 1,660.2 3.4 112.70 3
15 Monte Plata 185,956 2.0 2,601.6 5.4 71.48 17
16 Peravia 184,344 2.0 785.2 1.6 234.77 19
17 Monseñor Nouel 165,224 1.7 992.0 2.1 166.56 15
18 Valverde 163,030 1.7 823.0 1.7 198.09 31
19 Sánchez Ramírez 151,392 1.6 1,185.8 2.5 127.67 23
20 María Trinidad Sánchez 140,925 1.5 1,206.5 2.5 116.80 14
21 Monte Cristi 109,607 1.2 1,885.8 3.9 58.12 16
22 Samaná 101,494 1.1 862.8 1.8 117.63 22
23 Baoruco 97,313 1.0 1,284.9 2.7 75.74 2
24 Hermanas Mirabal 92,193 1.0 427.4 0.9 215.71 21
25 El Seibo 87,680 0.9 1,788.4 3.7 49.03 7
26 Hato Mayor 85,017 0.9 1,319.3 2.7 64.44 9
27 Dajabón 63,955 0.7 1,021.3 2.1 62.62 4
28 Elías Piña 63,029 0.7 1,395.5 2.9 45.17 6
29 San José de Ocoa 59,544 0.6 853.4 1.8 69.77 25
30 Santiago Rodríguez 57,476 0.6 1,147.5 2.4 50.09 29
31 Independencia 52,589 0.6 2,007.4 4.2 26.20 10
32 Pedernales 31,587 0.3 2,080.5 4.3 15.18 18

By area[edit]

Rank Province Population  % Area  % Density Map
1 San Juan 232,333 2.5 3,363.8    7.0 69.07 26
2 La Altagracia 273,210 2.9 2,998.4 6.2 91.12 11
3 Santiago 963,422 10.2 2,806.3 5.8 343.31 28
4 Azua 214,311 2.3 2,682.5 5.6 79.89 1
5 Monte Plata 185,956 2.0 2,601.6 5.4 71.48 17
6 La Vega 394,205 4.2 2,292.5 4.7 171.95 13
7 Pedernales 31,587 0.3 2,080.5 4.3 15.18 18
8 Independencia 52,589 0.6 2,007.4 4.2 26.20 10
9 Monte Cristi 109,607 1.2 1,885.8 3.9 58.12 16
10 Puerto Plata 321,597 3.4 1,805.6 3.7 178.11 20
11 El Seibo 87,680 0.9 1,788.4 3.7 49.03 7
12 Barahona 187,105 2.0 1,660.2 3.4 112.70 3
13 Duarte 289,574 3.1 1,649.5 3.4 175.55 5
14 Elías Piña 63,029 0.7 1,395.5 2.9 45.17 6
15 Hato Mayor 85,017 0.9 1,319.3 2.7 64.44 9
16 Santo Domingo 2,374,370    25.1 1,302.2 2.7 1,823.35 30
17 Baoruco 97,313 1.0 1,284.9 2.7 75.74 2
18 San Pedro de Macorís 290,458 3.1 1,254.3 2.6 231.57 27
19 San Cristóbal 569,930 6.0 1,240.6 2.6 459.40 24
20 María Trinidad Sánchez 140,925 1.5 1,206.5 2.5 116.80 14
21 Sánchez Ramírez 151,392 1.6 1,185.8 2.5 127.67 23
22 Santiago Rodríguez 57,476 0.6 1,147.5 2.4 50.09 29
23 Dajabón 63,955 0.7 1,021.3 2.1 62.62 4
24 Monseñor Nouel 165,224 1.7 992.0 2.1 166.56 15
25 Samaná 101,494 1.1 862.8 1.8 117.63 22
26 San José de Ocoa 59,544 0.6 853.4 1.8 69.77 25
27 Espaillat 231,938 2.5 843.0 1.7 275.13 8
28 Valverde 163,030 1.7 823.0 1.7 198.09 31
29 Peravia 184,344 2.0 785.2 1.6 234.77 19
30 La Romana 245,433 2.6 652.1 1.3 376.37 12
31 Hermanas Mirabal 92,193 1.0 427.4 0.9 215.71 21
32 Distrito Nacional 965,040 10.2 91.6 0.2 10,535.37 D.N.

By population density[edit]

Rank Province Population  % Area  % Density Map
1 Distrito Nacional 965,040 10.2 91.6    0.2 10,535.37 D.N.
2 Santo Domingo 2,374,370    25.1 1,302.2 2.7 1,823.35 30
3 San Cristóbal 569,930 6.0 1,240.6 2.6 459.40 24
4 La Romana 245,433 2.6 652.1 1.3 376.37 12
5 Santiago 963,422 10.2 2,806.3 5.8 343.31 28
6 Espaillat 231,938 2.5 843.0 1.7 275.13 8
7 Peravia 184,344 2.0 785.2 1.6 234.77 19
8 San Pedro de Macorís 290,458 3.1 1,254.3 2.6 231.57 27
9 Hermanas Mirabal 92,193 1.0 427.4 0.9 215.71 21
10 Valverde 163,030 1.7 823.0 1.7 198.09 31
11 Puerto Plata 321,597 3.4 1,805.6 3.7 178.11 20
12 Duarte 289,574 3.1 1,649.5 3.4 175.55 5
13 La Vega 394,205 4.2 2,292.5 4.7 171.95 13
14 Monseñor Nouel 165,224 1.7 992.0 2.1 166.56 15
15 Sánchez Ramírez 151,392 1.6 1,185.8 2.5 127.67 23
16 Samaná 101,494 1.1 862.8 1.8 117.63 22
17 María Trinidad Sánchez 140,925 1.5 1,206.5 2.5 116.80 14
18 Barahona 187,105 2.0 1,660.2 3.4 112.70 3
19 La Altagracia 273,210 2.9 2,998.4 6.2 91.12 11
20 Azua 214,311 2.3 2,682.5 5.6 79.89 1
21 Baoruco 97,313 1.0 1,284.9 2.7 75.74 2
22 Monte Plata 185,956 2.0 2,601.6 5.4 71.48 17
23 San José de Ocoa 59,544 0.6 853.4 1.8 69.77 25
24 San Juan 232,333 2.5 3,363.8 7.0 69.07 26
25 Hato Mayor 85,017 0.9 1,319.3 2.7 64.44 9
26 Dajabón 63,955 0.7 1,021.3 2.1 62.62 4
27 Monte Cristi 109,607 1.2 1,885.8 3.9 58.12 16
28 Santiago Rodríguez 57,476 0.6 1,147.5 2.4 50.09 29
29 El Seibo 87,680 0.9 1,788.4 3.7 49.03 7
30 Elías Piña 63,029 0.7 1,395.5 2.9 45.17 6
31 Independencia 52,589 0.6 2,007.4 4.2 26.20 10
32 Pedernales 31,587 0.3 2,080.5 4.3 15.18 18

Map[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "IX Censo Nacional de Población y Vivienda 2010" (PDF) (in Spanish). Oficina Nacional de Estadística. June 2012. Retrieved 23 September 2013.