St. Vincent and the Grenadines is an island country situated in the Caribbean and located in the south east of the Lesser Antilles. The capital of the country is Kingstown and the main port. This country was also a colony of the British but now it is a part of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States. The country has an estimated population of 104,332. The population comprises 66 percent of African descent, 19 percent mixed descent people, 6 percent East Indian people, 4 percent British people and 5 percent others. Most of the African descent people were brought to the Saint Vincent and the Grenadines by the Britishers to work as plantation workers but after the abolition of slavery most of the people stayed and lived on this Island.
English is the official and commonly spoken language on this island country. According to the previous census 81.5% of the people living on this island identified themselves as Christian, 6.7% people had another religion and the remaining population had no religion or called themselves atheists.