Third of states lost population in 2021

More Americans are living alone, getting married later in life

The Nuclear Family Is No Longer the Norm


U.S. birth rate falls to lowest point in more than a century
US Population Grew Larger, Older, More Diverse in Past Decade
Population declined in 16 states, Census estimates show


 World population expected to virtually stop growing by 2100


The U.S. birthrate fell again in 2018, to 3,788,235 births — representing a 2% drop from 2017. It's the lowest number of births in 32 years, according to a new federal report. The numbers also sank the U.S. fertility rate to a record low

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Proncias MacAnEan said...

The guys who wrote "Empty Planet" expect the population to peak between 2040-2060, at about 9BB. And then drop down to current levels by 2100.