Datapoint Bahamian Creole/Urban/rural variation: lexicon

In the Bahamas, geographical variation correlates with social variation in that a number of the more remote islands have been subject to severe depopulation and are now inhabited primarily by older people who use more conservative or basilectal forms of the creole than Nassauvians or younger speakers. From what I have been told, very conservative morphological forms such as preverbal no, for example, still occur among old Out Island speakers. I have never heard them myself in Nassau.