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White Jamaican

White Jamaicans
Total population
Regions with significant populations
(Kingston, Montego Bay, Spanish Town, Portmore, Port Antonio, Ocho Rios, Seaford Town)
Christianity, Judaism
Related ethnic groups
White Dominican, White Haitian

White Jamaicans or European Jamaicans are Jamaicans whose ancestry lies within the continent of Europe, most notably Germany, England, Ireland, and Scotland.[1]

As of 2013, people of solely European descent are a small minority in Jamaica making up only 3.2% of the population. Mixed race people, who are predominantly of African and European ancestry, constitute an additional 7.3% of the population.[2]

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