Fertility rate in Russia 2000-2018, by area

Since 2016, fertility rates among both urban and rural population saw a decline in Russia. The country's inhabitants living outside cities had a fertility rate of 1.87 in 2018, which was higher than the average number of children born by a Russian woman living in the urban area, which was measured at 1.49 in the same year.

Fertility rate in Russia from 2000 to 2018, by area*

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Source

Release date

June 2019

Region

Russia

Survey time period

2000 to 2018

Supplementary notes

* The source specified the following information:
"Total fertility rate shows an average number of children per one woman, that would be born alive to mother if, throughout her reproductive period (15–49 years) age-specific fertility rates for the specified year remained unchanged. The value of total fertility rate does not depend on the population age composition and is used to show an average fertility level for the given calendar period." .
The figures have been rounded.

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