History of Europe
What continent has the lowest birth rate?
Antarctica has the lowest birth rate of any continent as it has
no permanent population, making the birth rate 0.
Of the populated continents, Europe has the lowest birth rate at
about 2 children per mother.
Asked in Countries, States, and Cities, Birth Rate
Which country in the world has the lowest birth rate?
Is Africa the lowest birth rate and the lowest infant mortality rate in the world?
Asked in History of Europe, Birth Rate
Which European country has the lowest birth rate?
A common trick question. The answer, of course, is Vatican City. It actually is unknown if Vatican City has the lowest birth rate because no statistics are shown for the country, although it seems like the most likely answer. Based on statistics, as of 2011, Monaco has the lowest birth rate of Europe (and the world) at about 7 newborns per 1000 residents.
Which is the country with lowest birth rate in world?
Asked in Africa, Continents
What continent has the most deaths?
Africa has the largest death rate of any continent, however, it also has the fastest growing population due to the immensely high birth rates. [More people are being born than dying]. Europe has either the second or third largest death rate, but is the only continent with a decreasing population due to its low birth rate. [More people are dying than being born].
Asked in Countries, States, and Cities
Which continent has the lowest population density?
Asked in Mortgages, Latin America, Birth Rate
Which Latin American country has the lowest birth rate?
Asked in Demographics, Ethnicity
Which ethnic group in the US have the lowest employment rate?
Asked in Hysterectomy
What region of the United States has the lowest hysterectomy rate?
How does the rate of teenage pregnancy in New York compare to the rest of the US?
In 2007, the U.S. teen birth rate was 42.5 births per 1,000 girls age 15-19. By way of comparison, the U.S. teen birth rate is nearly two times higher than the United Kingdom (26.7 per 1,000), which has the highest teen birth rate in Europe, and nearly ten times higher than the teen birth rate in Switzerland (4.3 per 1,000) which has the lowest teen birth rate in Europe.