Population: change in population aged 0-5 years old Europe 2013-2020

This statistic looks at the change of population with regard to children aged between zero and five years of age in Europe from 2013 compared to a 2020 forecast. The statistic shows that Spain will have the biggest decrease in children, with a change of 10.2 percent.

Projections for the change in population of the 0-5 age group in Europe from 2013 to 2020, by country*

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Release date

June 2014

Region

Europe

Survey time period

2010**

Supplementary notes

* 2020 is a forecast.

** Data is based on 2010 projections.

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