These maps illustrate the social and demographic diversity in Aruba and are part of a publication series that will be available in digital format.
It provides a visual insight into the regional distribution of social- economic- and demographic indicators for Aruba. For the first time, the Social Atlas is available in digital format only.
The data is presented as a story to allow users to select the map they wish to visit from the available list that appears at the beginning of the Social Atlas.
Each map contains a short description which consists of a short text and a graphic. You can also download the tables and graphs of each respective map.
The second group of maps that the CBS presents are the population maps with the respective general characteristics of their population:
- Population according to the type of household;
- Nuclear households;
- A nuclear household is a household consisting of only one family.
- Extended and composite households;
- An extended household is where more families live together, and all the household members have a family relationship with one another;
A composite home is a home where more family members live but where not everyone has a family relationship with each other.
- One-person households;
- Population not born in Aruba;
- Population not born in Aruba that immigrated to Aruba before 1986;
- Population not born in Aruba that immigrated to Aruba after 1986;
- Persons 14 years or older who are married;
- Persons 14 years of age or older who live together on a long-term basis (not married);
- The average number of children per woman between the ages of 14-49.
Each map and each table features zone- and region level details for each of the 55 zones and 8 regions of Aruba. If you want more information, , click on the zone or region, and a pop-up window appears with data from 2010 to 2020.
Aruba is a small island with a total area of 180 km2 and a registered population of 108,166 people as of October 1, 2020 (during the 2020 Census count). The atlas shows the regional distribution of social, demographic, and economic indicators of the population of Aruba.
The maps show that even though Aruba is a small island, there are differences between regions concerning the characteristics of the population.
For effective regional planning, it is essential to pinpoint those regions with particular social and economic characteristics to take adequate actions.
The link with access to the Social Atlas is:
The maps are available on the website www.cbs.aw and can be found under the tab ‘Census2020’.
The CBS aims to publish data for our population that is more attractive to read and understand. CBS hopes these publications will help those responsible for regional planning in their duties and provide the general public with a better understanding of the regional developments in Aruba.