The Bermuda Census provides a snapshot of the demographic profile of Bermuda’s people and its economy at a particular point in time. It counts the number of people living in each area of a country and measures important characteristics about its society. This allows for comparisons to be made between geographical locations and across different time periods.
Today, population and housing censuses are important for social development and economic planning. The United Nations encourages countries worldwide to conduct censuses at least every 10 years so that benchmark data is collected about its population in areas such as education, health, employment, fertility, income and housing. This data is useful for evidence-based decision-making.
How census data is collected
People are asked questions pertaining to health care, education, employment, income, housing, international migration, fertility, etc. The data collection phase is the heart of any population and housing census, and therefore it is important that we provide accurate information when completing our census questionnaires.
The most recent Census was in 2016
- 2016 Population and Housing Census Report
- 2016 Population and Housing Preliminary Census Report
- 2016 Census Preliminary Infographic
- The 2010 Census of Population and Housing Report
- 2000 Census
- 1991 Census
- 1980 Census
- 1970 Census
- 1960 Census
Accompanying information to various census reports
- Bermuda’s Population Projections 2016-2026
- Bermuda's Population Projections 2010-2020 (2014)
- Profile of Bermuda's Senior Citizens 2010
- Women in Leadership
- Emigration Brief
- Personal and Household Income
- Education Springboard to employment and higher earnings
- What is a Census - 1609-2009 Census Fact Sheet
- The Changing Face of Bermuda’s Seniors