The population of Trinidad and Tobago is 1,116,595. The capital
and chief city is Port-of-Spain. Other major cities are San Fernando
(30,115) and Arima (29,700). The people of the islands are chiefly
West Indians of African descent (41 percent) and East Indians (40
percent). Other groups includes Chinese, West European, and Middle
English is the principal language spoken, although Spanish, Hindi,
and a French patois are also used. About three-fifths of the people
are Christians, with Roman Catholics constituting the largest single
group (30 percent).
The religion compromises of 30% Roman Catholic, 24% Hindu, 10% Anglican,
10% Christian denominations and 6% Muslim.