GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Report: Poland Birth Rate Statistics

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"In 2020, the fertility rate in Poland was 1.4 children per woman."

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"Poland’s birth rate peaked in 1960 at 20.89 births per thousand people."

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"In 2015, the number of births in Poland decreased by 1.1% compared to 2014."

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"The number of live births in Poland in 2020 was 357,400."

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"The live birth rate, gross in Poland was 10.78 in 2017."

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"In 2019, approximately 21.2 thousand children were born in the Lubusz voivodeship, the smallest number among all provinces in Poland."

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"The live birth rate in rural areas of Poland was higher than that in cities in 2018."

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"The crude birth rate in Poland in 2018 was 9.5 per thousand inhabitants."

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"Poland saw a baby boom in 2017 when the birth rate increased by 13% from the previous year."

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"In 2018, the number of live births in Poland decreased by 14.8 thousand compared to 2017."

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"In 2015, Poland had the lowest birth rate among the G7 countries, at roughly 9.6 children per 1,000 inhabitants."

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"The total fertility rate in Poland dropped from 2.1 in 1990 to 1.32 in 2003."

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"In 1980, the birth rate in Poland was 15.27 births per 1,000 people."

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"In 2019, a total of 383,793 children were born in Poland, a decrease compared to 2018 when 402,109 children were born."

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"The birth rate of 7.6 per 1,000 inhabitants in Warsaw in 2019 was one of the lowest among Polish cities."

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"In 2015, the number of children per woman in Poland was 1.32, almost half the rate in 1975 (2.45 children per woman)."

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"The most common month for children to be born in Poland in 2014 was October."

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"In 2012, Poland had a slightly higher percentage of births to unmarried mothers (22.1%) than other Eastern European countries."

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"In 2019, the mean age of mothers at the birth of their first child was 27.9 years in Poland."

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