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    European birthrates


    Rank European Country Number Of Live Births Per Woman In 2016
    1 France 1.92
    2 Sweden 1.85
    3 Ireland 1.81
    4 Denmark 1.79
    5 United Kingdom 1.79
    6 Iceland 1.74
    7 Latvia 1.74
    8 Norway 1.71
    9 Lithuania 1.69
    10 Belgium 1.68

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    European National leaders once knew the importance of population replacement and how key family stability was to it. Today instead of the national wealth being spent supporting indigenous families, it’s spent supporting alien africon and muslim migrants here to replace us.


    Decline in marriage and morality, increase in divorce, promotion of contraception (the pill), 3rd level education for nearly everyone, the human rights and equality BS have all played a part in decreasing birthrates.


    Healthy pregnancy is delayed due to education, rents, desires for material goods, debt commitments, huge house prices, and career pathways.


    The younger you are, the more energy you have to raise your children.

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    European National leaders once knew the importance of population replacement and how key family stability was to it.
    Statistic like that should show/handle countries majority ethnics and minorities (immigrants) separately.

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    Ethnic groups in Europe

    European ethnic groups by sovereign state



    Pan and Pfeil (2002) distinguish 33 peoples which form the majority population in at least one[a] sovereign state geographically situated in Europe.[b] These majorities range from nearly homogeneous populations as in Armenia and Poland, to comparatively slight majorities as in Latvia or Belgium, or even the marginal majority in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Montenegro is a multiethnic state in which no group forms a majority.



    Country Majority % Regional majorities Minorities[c]
    Albania Albanians 82.58%[70] Greeks ~3%,[71][circular reference][72] and other 2% (Aromanian, Romani, Macedonians, Montenegrins, Bulgarians and Serbs).[73]
    Armenia Armenians 98.1% Russians, Yazidis, Assyrians, Kurds, Greeks, Jews.
    Austria Austrians 91.1% South Slavs 4% (includes Burgenland Croats, Carinthian Slovenes, Croats, Slovenes, Serbs and Bosniaks), Turks 1.6%, Germans 0.9%, and other or unspecified 2.4%. (2001 census)
    Azerbaijan[d] Azerbaijanis 91.6% Lezgin 2% Armenians, Russians, Talysh, Avars, Turks, Tatars, Ukrainians and Poles.
    Belarus Belarusians 83.7% Russians 8.3%, Poles 3.1%, Ukrainians 1.7%, and other 3.2%. (2009 census)
    Belgium Flemings 58% Walloons 31%, Germans 1% mixed or other (i.e. Luxembourgers, Eastern or Southern Europeans, Africans and Asians, and Latin Americans) 10%.
    Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosniaks 50.11% Serbs 30.78%, Croats 15.43% Other 2.73% (2013)
    Bulgaria Bulgarians 84% Turks 8.8% Roma 5%, Others 2% (including Russian, Armenian, Tatar, and Vlach). (2001 census)[74]
    Croatia Croats 90% Serbs 4.5%, other 5.9% (including Bosniaks, Hungarians, Slovenes, Czechs, Dalmatian Italians, Austrian-German, Romanian and Romani). (2001 census)
    Czech Republic Czechs 90.4% Moravians 3.7% Slovaks 1.9%, and other 4%. (2001 census)
    Denmark Danes 90%[75] Faroese other Scandinavian, Germans, Frisians, other European, Greenlandic people and others.
    Estonia Estonians 68% Baltic Russians 25.6% Ukrainians 2.1%, Belarusians 1.3%, Finns 0.9%, and other (Baltic Germans, Estonian Swedes and Estonian Danes) 2.2%. (2000 census) Included are South Estonian speakers.
    Finland Finns 93.4% Swedes 5.6%, Sami 0.1% Russians 0.5%, Estonians 0.3%, Romani 0.1% and Turks 0.05%. (2006)
    France French 86%[76] (includes sometimes considered as "regional groups" like Bretons, Corsicans, Occitans, Alsatians, Arpitans, Basques, Catalans and Flemings). other European 7%, North African 7%, Sub-Saharan African, Indochinese, Asian, Latin American and Pacific Islander.[77] French with recent immigrant background (at least one great-grandparent) 33%.[78][79]
    Germany Germans 81%-91% [80] includes Bavarians, Swabians, Saxons, Frisians, Sorbs, Silesians, SaarlandGermans, Polish-Germans and Schleswig-Holstein Danes). Germans without immigrant background 81%; Germans with immigrant background (including ethnic German repatriates and people of partial immigrant background) 10%; Foreigners 9%: Turks 2.1%, others 6.7% and non-European descent about 2 to 5%).[80]
    Greece Greeks 93% includes linguistic minorities 3% Albanians 4% and other (i.e. Aromanians/Megleno-Romanians, Cretan Turks and Macedonian/Greek Slavic 3%. (2001 census)[e]
    Hungary Hungarians 92.3% Romani 1.9%, Germans 1.2%, other (i.e. Croats, Romanians, Bulgarians, Turks and Ruthenians) or unknown 4.6%. (2001 census)
    Iceland Icelanders 91% other (non-native/immigrants - mainly Polish, Lithuanians, Danes, Germans and Latvians) 9%.[81]
    Ireland Irish 87.4% other white (large numbers of Latvian, Polish and Ukrainian migration) 7.5%, Asian 1.3%, black 1.1%, mixed 1.1%, and unspecified (i.e. Ulster Scots and Irish Travellers) 1.6%. (2006 census)
    Italy Italians 91.7% German-speaking people in South Tyrol Sardinian, French, Occitan, Arpitan, Croatian, Albanian, Catalan, Greek, Ladin, Friulian, Slovene and Roma minorities,[82][83] other Europeans (mostly Romanians, Albanians, Ukrainians and Polish) 4%, North African Arabs 1% and others (i.e. Chinese, Filipino, Indian, Black African and Latin American) 2.5%.[84][85][86][87]
    Kazakhstan Kazakhs 63.1% Russians 23.7% Uzbeks, Ukrainians, Uyghurs, Tatars, Kyrgyz, Tajiks, Germans, Poles and Koreans.
    Kosovo[f] Albanians 92% Serbs 4% other 4% (Bosniaks, Gorani, Romani, Turk and Ashkali and Egyptians).
    Latvia Latvians 62.1%[88] Baltic Russians 26.9% Belarusian 3.3%, Ukrainian 2.2%, Polish 2.2%, Lithuanian 1.2%, Livonian (Finno-Estonian) 0.1% and other 2.0%. (2011)
    Lithuania Lithuanians 83.5% Poles 6.74%, Russians 6.31%, Belarusians 1.23%, other (Lipka Tatars) 2.27% and Jews (Karaites and Yiddish-speaking) 0.01%. (2001 census)
    Malta Maltese 95.3%[89]
    Moldova Moldovans[g] 75.1% Gagauzs 4.6%, Bulgarians 1.9% Romanians[g] 7%, Ukrainians 6.6%, Russians 4.1%, and other 0.8% (2014 census).
    Montenegro Montenegrins 44.98%, Serbs 28.73% Bosniaks 8.65%, Albanians 4.91%, and other (Croats, Greeks, Romani and Macedonians) 12,73%. (2011 census)
    Netherlands Dutch 80.7% Frisians 3% other European Union nationals 5%, Indonesians 2.4% including South Moluccans 1.5%,[90] Turks 2.2%, Surinamese 2%, Moroccans 2%, Iranians 1%[91] Netherlands Antilles & Aruban 0.8%, other 4.8% and Frisian-speaking dominant 1%. (2008 est.)
    North Macedonia Macedonians 64% Albanians 25.2%, Turks 4% Romani 2.7%, Serbs 1.8%, and other (i.e. Greeks, Bulgarians, Romanians and Croats) 2.2%. (2002 census)
    Norway Norwegians[h] 85–87% Sami[i] 1.2–2.5% Poles 1.4%. A variety of other ethnicities with background from 219 countries that together make up approximately 12% (Swedes, Pakistanis, Somalis, Iraqi Arabs and Kurds, Vietnamese, Germans, Lithuanians, Russians and Indians) (2012).[92]
    Poland Poles 97% Germans 0.4%, Belarusians 0.1%, Ukrainians 0.1%, other and unspecified (i.e. Silesians, Kashubians, Masurians and Prussian Lithuanians) 2.7%, and about 5,000 Polish Jews reported to reside in the country. (2002 census)
    Portugal Portuguese 95% Portuguese Mirandese speakers 15.000~ (i.e. Mirandese-languagespeakers) other 5% - other Europeans (British, German, French, Spanish, Romanians, Bulgarians, Hungarians, Croats, Ukrainians, Moldavians, Russians, Serbs, Kosovars and Albanians); Africans from Portuguese-speaking Africa, Brazilians, Chinese, Indians, Jews, Portuguese Gypsies and Latin Americans.
    Romania Romanians 83.4% Hungarians 6.1% Romani 3.0%, Germans 0.2%, Ukrainians 0.2%, Turks 0.2%, Russians 0.1% (2011 census)
    Russia[d] Russians 80% Tatars 3.9%, Chuvashes 1%, Chechens1%, Ossetians 0.4%, Kabardin 0.4%, Ingushes 0.3%, Kalmyks 0.1% Ukrainians 1.4%, Bashkir 1.2%, Armenians 0.9%, Avars 0.7%, Mordvins 0.5% and other. (2010 census, includes Asian Russia, excludes unspecified people (3.94% of population)).[93][94]
    Serbia[j] Serbs 83% Hungarians 3.9%, Romani 1.4%, Yugoslavs 1.1%, Bosniaks 1.8%, Montenegrin0.9%, and other 8%. i.e. Macedonians, Slovaks, Romanians, Croats, Ruthenes, Bulgarians, Germans, Albanians, and other (2002 census).
    Slovakia Slovaks 86% Hungarians 9.7% Romani 1.7%, Ruthenian/Ukrainian 1%, other and unspecified 1.8% (2001 census)
    Slovenia Slovenes 83.1% Serbs 2%, Croats 1.8%, Bosniaks 1.1%, other (Dalmatian Italians, ethnic Germans, Hungarians and Romanians) and/or unspecified 12% (2002 census).
    Spain Spaniards 89% Various nationalities and sub-ethnicities, including Andalusians, Castilians and Leonese, Catalans/Valencians, Galicians, Asturians, Basques Gypsies, Jews, Latin Americans, Romanians, North Africans, sub-Saharan Africans, Chinese, Filipinos, Levant Arabs, British expatriates, and others.
    Sweden Swedes 88% Finns (Tornedalians), Sami people foreign-born or first-generation immigrants: Finns (Sweden-Finns), Yugoslavs (Serbs, Croats, and Bosniaks), Danes, Norwegians, Russians, Arabs (Lebanese and Syrians), Syriacs, Greeks, Turks, Iranians, Iraqis, Pakistanis, Thais, Koreans, and Chileans.[95][96]
    Switzerland Germans 65% regional linguistic subgroups, including the Alamannic German-speakers, the Romand French-speakers 24,4%, the Italian-speakers 7% and Romansh people (see Romansh language). Balkans (Serbs, Croats, Bosniaks or Albanians) 6%, Italians 4%, Portuguese 2%, Germans 1.5%, Turks 1%, Spanish 1%, Ukrainians 0.5% and others 1%.
    Turkey[d] Turks 75% Kurds 18% Other 7%: Zaza, Laz, Jews, Greeks, Georgians, Circassians, Bulgarians, Bosniaks, Assyrians, Armenians, Arabs, Albanians and Romanians.
    Ukraine Ukrainians 77.8% Russians 17.3% Belarusians 0.6%, Moldovans[k] 0.5%, Crimean Tatars 0.5%, Bulgarians 0.4%, Hungarians 0.3%, Romanians[k] 0.3%, Poles 0.3%, Jews 0.2%, Armenians 0.1%, Urums 0.1% and other 1.8% (2001 census).
    United Kingdom White[l]British 81.9%[m] (consisting of English: ca. 75-80% Scottish: 8.0%, Welsh: approx. 4.5%, Northern Irish (could also be counted as Irish): 2.8%, also Cornish, Manx and Channel Islanders). Included are the inhabitants of Gibraltar. African British, Asian British often consists of South Asian and East Indian peoples, Chinese British, British Jews, Romani, various other Commonwealth Citizens and other Europeans, particularly Irish, Poles, French among others.


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