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High income OECD countries Compared by Health > Fertility rate > Total > Births per woman

DEFINITION: Total fertility rate represents the number of children that would be born to a woman if she were to live to the end of her childbearing years and bear children in accordance with current age-specific fertility rates.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Israel 2.82 births per woman 2005
=2 United States 2.05 births per woman 2005
=2 Iceland 2.05 births per woman 2005
4 New Zealand 2 births per woman 2005
5 Chile 1.97 births per woman 2005
6 France 1.92 births per woman 2005
7 Ireland 1.88 births per woman 2005
8 Norway 1.84 births per woman 2005
=9 Finland 1.8 births per woman 2005
=9 Denmark 1.8 births per woman 2005
=9 United Kingdom 1.8 births per woman 2005
=12 Australia 1.77 births per woman 2005
=12 Sweden 1.77 births per woman 2005
14 Netherlands 1.73 births per woman 2005
15 Belgium 1.72 births per woman 2005
16 Luxembourg 1.7 births per woman 2005
17 Canada 1.51 births per woman 2005
18 Estonia 1.5 births per woman 2005
19 Switzerland 1.42 births per woman 2005
20 Austria 1.41 births per woman 2005
21 Portugal 1.4 births per woman 2005
22 Germany 1.36 births per woman 2005
23 Spain 1.33 births per woman 2005
24 Italy 1.32 births per woman 2005
=25 Czech Republic 1.28 births per woman 2005
=25 Greece 1.28 births per woman 2005
27 Japan 1.26 births per woman 2005
28 Slovakia 1.25 births per woman 2005
29 Poland 1.24 births per woman 2005
30 Slovenia 1.23 births per woman 2005
31 South Korea 1.08 births per woman 2005

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