The American population is growing at its slowest pace since 1919, new government data shows, as a drop in births and an acceleration in deaths put the country closer than ever to an overall decline
The U.S. population is growing at its slowest pace since 1919, new government data shows, as a drop in births and an acceleration in deaths last year put the country closer than ever to an overall decline.
The American population is growing at its slowest pace since 1919, as a drop in births and an acceleration in deaths put the country closer than ever to an overall decline
The United States is the closest it has been in a century to absolute population decline: Even Before Coronavirus, America’s Population Was Growing at Slowest Rate Since 1919
Even Before Coronavirus, America’s Population Was Growing at Slowest Rate Since 1919
With fewer births, higher deaths & low migration, before COVID-19 the U.S. had a pop. increase of just 0.48%, lowest rate since the the flu pandemic of 1918--1919. Even Before Coronavirus, America’s Population Was Growing at Slowest Rate Since 1919
Bad news. "Even Before Coronavirus, America’s Population Was Growing at Slowest Rate Since 1919"
I hope America is not following Japan in growing old, having fewer children and refusing to embrace immigrants, hoping that technology provides for care and prosperity. Even Before Coronavirus, America’s Population Was Growing at Slowest Rate Since 1919
Even before the virus, America has come the closest it has been since 1919 -- the time of the last pandemic -- to absolute population decline. What will this year's numbers show?
If demographic trends interest you, this is worth reading. ⁦⁩ ⁦