February 20, 2007

Half of the total birth cohort in Denmark are children of the most foreing immigrants

Filed under: Demographics, migration, perspectives, Research, Statistics — jensn @ 2:39 pm

Total fertility in Denmark (a very small country of 5,447,084 inhabitants all in all) is officially reported to be 1.75 child per women. When the most foreign immigrants give birth to 3.5 child per woman in average, and we know for sure, even a figure of this magitude has even reported earlier from Denmark’s Statistics until the end of the 1990s, the Danish women give birth to between 1.05 and 1.30 child in average. The most foreign immigrants then gave birth to about the half of the total birth cohort in Denmark in 2006, when we presuppose that the official reported number of the total population, the total number of births and the total number of deaths are correct reported. This is simple mathematics.

Read total correct account of Danish population concerning 2006 at: http://danmark.wordpress.com/2007/02/18/dansk-befolkningsregnskab-for-2006/ (in Danish)

Speed of influx of immigrant rised by 28 p.c. in 2006, speed of influx of most foreign immigrants rised by 14 p.c. :
http://www.lilliput-information.com/dk07.html (in English)

Corrected status of account of population i Denmark Januar 1 2006:
(in English)

Correction population prognosis Januar 1 2006

http://danmark.wordpress.com/2006/06/20/prognose-pa-korrigeret-befolkningsgrundlag/ (in Danish)

The day’s motto: Be prepared!

Jens Nielsen

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