Crude birth rate of the United Kingdom, 1800-2020

In the United Kingdom, the crude birth rate in 1800 was 37 live births per thousand people, meaning that 3.7 percent of the population had been born in that year. From 1800 until 1830, the crude birth rate jumped between 35 and 45, before plateauing between 35 and 37 until the 1880s. From 1880 until the Second World War, the crude birth rate dropped to just under fifteen births per one thousand people, with the only increase coming directly after World War One. After WWII, the United Kingdom experienced a baby boom, as many soldiers returned home and the economy recovered, however this boom stopped in the late 1960s and the crude birth rate went into decline again. From the late 1970s until today, the crude birth rate has remained between eleven and fourteen, and is expected to be 11.5 in 2020.

Crude birth rate in the United Kingdom, from 1800 to 2020*

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Sources

Release date

June 2019

Region

United Kingdom

Survey time period

1800-2019

Supplementary notes

*All data given is an average of the preceding five year period.

Source for data from1800-1950 can be found here.

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