Crunch the numbers that define Bermuda. Find detailed statistics and reports on Bermuda’s economy, including quarterly reports on gross domestic product (GDP) and monthly updates on retail spending.
You can also check statistics for employment trends, tourism, technology, and other key sectors. Read social stats reports to find out how Bermuda’s population is changing and where the country is headed.
Budget Statement in support of the Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure 2024 - 2025 presented by the Hon. E. David Burt, JP, MP Premier and Minister of Finance.
Delivered on: 16 February, 2024
Here you will find information relating to the 2021 - 2022 Budget.
The Ministry of Finance has published a Consultation Paper covering the Appeals Tribunal Framework for public consultation.
All documents are 8.5 ht x 14.0 wd in inches (215.9 x 355.6 mm)
The Ministry of Home Affairs comprises Ministry Headquarters, the Department of Energy, the Department of the Environ
Here you will find information relating to the 2018 - 2019 Budget.Budget Statement
The Tax Reform Commission was formed under the Tax Reform Act 2017 with the objective of advising the Government of any measures to improve Bermuda’s system of taxation and revenue collection, in accordance with the functions set out in section 5 of the Act and the Terms of Reference prescribed b
Income data and household spending are also surveyed in Bermuda to reveal trends in how Bermudians spend their money. This survey and its subsequent report are released periodically, with the most recent in 2013.
Consumer Price Index
Retail Sales Index
The balance of payments (BOP) is a statistical statement that systematically summarizes, for a specific time period, the economic transactions of an economy (resident) with the rest of the world (non-resident).
Bermuda’s tourism sector provides hundreds of millions of dollars in government revenue. Tourism statistics are released each year as a “Tourism Satellite Account.”
Compiled by the Economics Division of the Department of statistics, the Quarterly Bulletin of Statistics (QBS) is a summary report and contains some of the quarterly data collected by the Department. Statistics included in this report are imports to Bermuda, overseas declarations by Bermuda’s re
The Environmental Statistics Compendium publication is the collation of existing data sourced from the activities of both government and non-governmental entities that are involved in monitoring, controlling or promoting awareness about issues affecting Bermuda's environment.
The Government of Bermuda Facts and Figures publication has been discontinued. Statistics on things such as Bermuda’s climate, population, economy, employment, tourism, health, education, energy consumption and transportation are published in the Bermuda Digest of Statistics.
This survey will take approximately five (5) minutes to complete. Public Survey start date – Monday March 19, 2018 and ends – Wednesday March 28, 2018.
Thank you for your valuable participation.
The pre-budget report (PBR) is a document produced annually by the Government to provide the public with a better understanding of our fiscal aims and objectives, an update on our economy, a summary of the
The Government of Bermuda is responsible for the integrity, objectivity and fair presentation of the financial statements of the Consolidated Fund.
Trends in the Bermuda job market are observed over time as part of the Employment Survey, which is mandatory for all employers. The survey records demographic and employment including age, race, occupation, income, and benefits.
The Digest of Statistics provides an annual summary of various socio-economic statistics designed for convenient reference. It includes topics such as population, education, health, etc. as well as vital statistics (births, deaths, marriages and divorces).
These valuation units are broken down into approximately: 32,750 residential valuation units
There have been many reports produced on substance abuse within Bermuda. The following is a current list of recent reports and surveys that have been conducted.
Population characteristics such as the size, structure and development of the overall population can be discovered by looking at vital statistics such as births, deaths and migration.
The following are other PDF reports that provide statistics about Bermuda’s population.
Gross domestic product (GDP) is a measure of economic activity which captures the value of goods and services produced within a country during a given period. GDP can be expressed in nominal or real terms.
Conducted by the Business Division of the Department of Statistics, the Consumer Price Index (CPI) is a statistical tool used for measuring changes in the general level of prices of consumer goods and services purchased by private households.
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.