Population of Tuvalu 2021
As of 2021, the latest population of Tuvalu is 11,342, based on AllCityPopulation calculation of the current data from UN (United Nations).
|Population growth rate||0.87%|
|Birth rate||23.70 births per 1,000 people|
|Overall life expectancy||65.47 years|
|Men life expectancy||63.36 years|
|Women life expectancy||67.67 years|
|65 years and above||6.28%|
|Median age||25.20 years|
|Gender ratio (Male to Female)||0.97|
|Population density||436.23 residents per km²|
|approx. 96% Polynesians and Melanesians; approx. 1500 Tuvaluans abroad, mainly in New Zealand|
|Church of Tuvalu (Congregationalist) 97%, Adventists 1.4%, Baha’i 1%, Others 0.6%|
People in Tuvalu
Only 11,500 people live on the nine islands of Tuvalu, as many as in a larger village or a small town here. Only in Vatican State do fewer people live. However, the population density is quite high, because the land mass is very small.
Most of the people, 50 out of 100, live on the main atoll, Funafuti. Many also live abroad, most of them emigrated to the island of Nauru. 96 out of 100 come from Polynesia, so they are Polynesians. 4 out of 100 are Micronesians.
29 out of 100 people are under 14 years old, 65 out of 100 between 15 and 64 years of age and only 5 out of 100 are over 64 years old. That’s what the statistics say.
Languages in Tuvalu
The languages used are English and Tuvaluspoken. Both languages are official languages in Tuvalu.
Religions in Tuvalu
97 out of 100 people are Protestants and mostly members of the Church of Tuvalu, i.e. the Church of Tuvalu. There are also some Catholics and members of the so-called Baha’i religion.