Cuba is a neighborhood in Washington Township, in the county of Clinton, in the state of Ohio, with a population of 141 people. Cuba has 69 male inhabitants and 73 female residents, for a total population of 109.
According to Worldometer’s elaboration of the most recent United Nations statistics, the current population of Cuba is 11,316,640 as of Sunday, December 12, 2021, according to the most recent United Nations data.
White or European, Criollo or Afro-Caribbean A total of 64.1 percent of Cubans classified themselves as white in the 2012 Census of the country. According to DNA tests conducted in Cuba in 2014, the average European, African, and Native American ancestry in people who self-identified as white was 86 percent, 6.7 percent, and 7.8 percent, respectively.
Criollo, whether white or European, is a kind of pig. A total of 64.1 percent of Cubans identified as white in the 2012 Census of the country’s population. The average European, African, and Native American ancestry of persons self-identifying as white in Cuba was 86 percent, 6.7 percent, and 7.8 percent, respectively, according to DNA tests conducted in 2014.
In 2020, the female population in Cuba was estimated to be 50.35 percent of the overall population. This figure comes from the World Bank’s collection of development indicators, which is gathered from officially recognized sources and updated every five years.
Cubans (Spanish: Cubanos) are persons who were born in Cuba or who have Cuban citizenship as their nationality.
In Cuba, Christianity, particularly Roman Catholicism, is the dominant religion, but it has been substantially transformed and impacted by syncretism in some areas.
From the 1500s until the 1800s, Spanish invaders transported around 8,000 Africans to Cuba, the most of them were from West Africa, to labor on the sugar fields. By 1838, when slavery reached its zenith on the island, there were nearly 400,000 slaves there.
People of African heritage constitute a large proportion of the Cuban population, with estimates varying widely from 33.9 percent to 62 percent, according to various sources. In part, this is an issue of self-perception, because census data is dependent on how Cubans describe themselves.
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Caribbean people are of mixed lineage, descended from Spaniards, Africans of Black African descent, and Asians. At least half of the population is classed as mulatto, according to official statistics (mixed African and European descent). Cubans are gregarious, talkative, pleasant, kind, and inviting individuals who like interacting with others.