Datapoint Bahamian Creole/Language abandonment

Just like other Caribbean (English-lexifier) creoles, Bahamian Creole appears to be losing (or have lost) its most basilectal varieties, which used to be spoken on the rural Out Islands. However, there is no sign of large-scale language abandonment, as the mesolectal varieties of the language have lost a lot of the stigma formerly attached to them and are now used even in domains which were formerly reserved entirely for Standard English, such as politics, the media, or the educational system (where their use is nevertheless still limited and closely circumscribed).