As of 2012, the Falkland Islands (Malvinas) had a population of 2,932. More than 2,100 of these people live in Stanley, which leaves the rest of the islands sparsely populated. Residents of the islands are referred to as Falklanders, and they typically use the name “Town” when referring to Stanley. The majority of the island’s residents are native-born and descend from British ancestors.
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