Fertility rate by age in France 1995-2016

This statistic presents the total fertility rate in France from 1995 to 2016, by age group (per 100 women). It appears that since the mid-2000s, women were having children later. In 2000, the average number of children born per 100 women aged 25-29 years was of 13.42 compared to 11.65 children per 100 women aged 30-34 years. And in 2016, the age group between 30 and 34 years had the highest fertility rate, with 12.85 children born per 100 women.

Fertility rate in France from 1995 to 2016, by age group

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Release date

December 2018



Survey time period

1995 to 2016

Special properties

France excluding Mayotte until 2013 and including Mayotte from 2014

Supplementary notes

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