you’ve seen these sorts of numbers before, but … just a reminder. from the daily mail:
“Almost a quarter of babies born in the UK are children of immigrants, according to latest statistics.
“There were 808,000 births in the UK last year, of which 196,000 were to non-UK born mothers – or 24 per cent….
“Polish women who live in the UK gave birth to around 23,000 children last year.
“Women from Pakistan had 19,200 babies in the same period and Indian women gave birth to 15,500 children.
“Four in 10 children born to immigrant mothers were born in London.
“Half were born in other parts of England, and one in 10 were born in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland combined.
“The ONS said fertility rates for non-UK born women are higher than those born in the UK….”
here’s the money
quote chart — general fertility rate (gfr)=“the annual number of live births per 1,000 women of childbearing age”:
and, of course, all these data are only tracking immigrant women BORN abroad — there are also plenty of pakistani, polish, etc., women in the u.k. that were born IN the u.k. now having babies as well.
see also hail’s post: France Reaches 30% Diversity Among Newborns
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