Number of births in Spain 2006-2017

Number of births in Spain from 2006 to 2017

by Fernando Forte, last edited Jun 27, 2019
Number of births in Spain 2006-2017 According to the most recent data, more people died in Spain than were born in 2017, with figures reaching over 420 thousand deaths versus 390 thousand newborns. During the period under consideration, 2008 ranked as the year in which the largest number of children were born, with figures reaching over half million newborns.
The depopulation of a country

The population of Spain has been in decline for many years and was projected to decrease by nearly one million by 2023. This will not come as a surprise since Spain has the lowest fertility rate in the European Union, with barely 1.34 children per woman according to the latest reports. During the last ten years, the country featured a continuous population density of approximately 93 inhabitants per square kilometer – a figure far from the European average, which stood nearly at nearly 121 inhabitants per square kilometer in 2017.

Migration inflow: an essential role in the Spanish population growth

One of the key points to balance out this population downtrend in Spain is immigration – Spain’s immigration figures finally started to pick up in 2015 after a downward trend that presumably initiated after the 2008 financial crisis, which left Spain with one of the highest unemployment rates in Europe.
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Number of births in Spain from 2006 to 2017

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Number of births
2017391,930
2016410,583
2015420,290
2014427,595
2013425,715
2012454,648
2011471,999
2010486,575
2009494,997
2008519,779
2007492,527
2006482,957
Number of births
2017391,930
2016410,583
2015420,290
2014427,595
2013425,715
2012454,648
2011471,999
2010486,575
2009494,997
2008519,779
2007492,527
2006482,957
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by Fernando Forte, last edited Jun 27, 2019
According to the most recent data, more people died in Spain than were born in 2017, with figures reaching over 420 thousand deaths versus 390 thousand newborns. During the period under consideration, 2008 ranked as the year in which the largest number of children were born, with figures reaching over half million newborns.
The depopulation of a country

The population of Spain has been in decline for many years and was projected to decrease by nearly one million by 2023. This will not come as a surprise since Spain has the lowest fertility rate in the European Union, with barely 1.34 children per woman according to the latest reports. During the last ten years, the country featured a continuous population density of approximately 93 inhabitants per square kilometer – a figure far from the European average, which stood nearly at nearly 121 inhabitants per square kilometer in 2017.

Migration inflow: an essential role in the Spanish population growth

One of the key points to balance out this population downtrend in Spain is immigration – Spain’s immigration figures finally started to pick up in 2015 after a downward trend that presumably initiated after the 2008 financial crisis, which left Spain with one of the highest unemployment rates in Europe.
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