Samoa has a population of 194,320. About three-quarters of the population live on the main island of Upolu.
92.6% of the population are Samoans, 7% Euronesians (people of mixed European and Polynesian ancestry) and 0.4% are Europeans, per the CIA World Factbook. Only the Māori of New Zealand outnumber Samoans among Polynesian groups.
Samoan and English are official languages. Samoan Sign Language is used by at least some of the deaf population.