The statistics on this site are to be taken with a grain of salt judging by those for my home state, Trinidad & Tobago. The country is listed as having "2,600" people with English as a first language. I can assure you that all 1.3 million (not 1 million) citizens speak English as first language. Of course, there is a spoken local dialect with intonation and vocabulary from French, Arawak and Spanish but everyone is schooled in English and all the audiovisual media are in English. The country has a higher literacy rate than the "greatest nation of earth" (i.e. the U.S.) and, judging from my stay in the US, the level of literacy is on a different plane.