Goodbye America — White Births Below Replacement Level in Every State
Data: White American Births Below Replacement Level in Every State
The United States birth rate remains well below the replacement level needed as white American births plummet in all 50 states and the District of Colombia.
by John Binder
NEW FEDERAL DATA released by the Center for Disease Control reveals that American women are having less and less children needed to sustain the current population. In 2017, all but two states in the country had birth rates below replacement level. The total U.S. birth rate was about 1.765 children per woman…
In all 50 states and the District of Colombia, white women had birth rates below replacement level. The highest birth rate among women were those living in Utah. The white birth rate in Utah was about 2.0 children per woman…
The U.S. is now less than half of what it was in the 1950’s.
Between 1955 to 1960, the U.S. birth rate peaked with nearly 3.6 children being born per woman. Demographers predict, based on current trends, for the U.S. birth rate to remain below replacement level into the year 2100.
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