Largest Cities in Niue

Facts about Niue

Official languages: English
Capital: Alofi
Area: 260 km²
Population: 2,166 residents
Population density: 8.33 residents per km²
Currency: NZD
Internet TLD: .nu
ISO codes: NU, NIU, 570
The telephone code for Niue is +683

Niue is an island in the Pacific Ocean near Tonga, 2,400 km northeast of New Zealand. The island is the largest raised coral atoll in the world. Niue has been contracted with New Zealand since 1974 and is heavily dependent on New Zealand aid payments. Niue’s remote location as well as cultural and linguistic differences to the rest of the Polynesian population of the Cook Islands have led to its self-government.

Population

Total population 2,000
Population growth rate -0.03%
Birth rate -9.00 births per 1,000 residents
Life expectancy
Overall life expectancy
Men life expectancy
Women life expectancy
Age structure
0-14 years
15-64 years
65 years and above
Median age
Gender ratio
Population density 7.69 residents per km²
Urbanization 35.50%
Cities
(Alofi) [capital] (F 1987) 900
Ethnicities
66.5% Niuer, 13.4% partially Niuer, 20.1% non-Niuer [including 12% Europeans and 8% Pacific Islanders]
Religions
Eklesia Niue (Protestant religion) 67% other Protestants 3% Mormons 10% Roman Catholics 10% Jehovah’s Witnesses 1.8% Other 6% no religious affiliation 2% (2011)
Human Development Index (HDI)
HDI ranking

 

Biggest Cities of Niue by Population

# City Population Latitude Longitude
1 Alofi, Niue 735 -19.0545 -169.918

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