Trinidad and Tobago Literacy Rate 1980-2021

Adult literacy rate is the percentage of people ages 15 and above who can both read and write with understanding a short simple statement about their everyday life.
  • Trinidad and Tobago literacy rate for 2010 was 98.70%, a 0.8% increase from 2000.
  • Trinidad and Tobago literacy rate for 2000 was 97.90%, a 0.96% increase from 1990.
  • Trinidad and Tobago literacy rate for 1990 was 96.94%, a 1.97% increase from 1980.
  • Trinidad and Tobago literacy rate for 1980 was 94.97%, a 94.97% increase from .
Data Source: World Bank

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Country Name Literacy Rate
Andorra 99.00%
Canada 99.00%
Finland 99.00%
Ireland 99.00%
Monaco 99.00%
French Polynesia 99.00%
Bermuda 99.00%
Isle of Man 99.00%
St. Martin (French part) 99.00%
Turks and Caicos Islands 99.00%
Bahamas 99.00%
Denmark 99.00%
Hong Kong 99.00%
Luxembourg 99.00%
Germany 99.00%
Greenland 99.00%
Liechtenstein 99.00%
Sint Maarten (Dutch part) 99.00%
Belgium 99.00%
Curacao 99.00%
Gibraltar 99.00%
New Zealand 99.00%
Sweden 99.00%
Virgin Islands (U.S.) 99.00%
Austria 99.00%
United Kingdom 99.00%
St. Kitts and Nevis 99.00%
Norway 99.00%
Slovak Republic 99.00%
British Virgin Islands 99.00%
Australia 99.00%
Channel Islands 99.00%
Faroe Islands 99.00%
Japan 99.00%
Netherlands 99.00%
United States 99.00%
Switzerland 99.00%
France 99.00%
Iceland 99.00%
Northern Mariana Islands 99.00%
Argentina 98.96%
Trinidad and Tobago 98.70%
Uruguay 98.07%
Spain 97.75%
Aruba 96.82%
Chile 96.82%
Singapore 95.86%
Kuwait 94.47%
Panama 94.09%
Seychelles 93.95%
Puerto Rico 91.97%
Qatar 91.78%
Bahrain 90.98%
Oman 86.94%
Trinidad and Tobago Literacy Rate - Historical Data
Year Literacy Rate Annual Change
2010 98.70% 0.80%
2000 97.90% 0.96%
1990 96.94% 1.97%
1980 94.97% 1.97%