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Fewer Millennials are having babies, and though fertility rates vary greatly by state, the number of babies being born in the U.S.

Jan 11 2019

Fewer Millennials are having babies, and though fertility rates vary greatly by state, the number of babies being born in the U.S. is far below the “replacement level” that keeps the economy humming. Recent Pew Research Center data shows the District of Colombia has the lowest fertility rate, falling a full 57% below the state with the highest rate, South Dakota—which is only one of two states (the other is Utah) with enough births to breach the replacement threshold. According to one expert, “A key question is, 'are these births going to be forgone entirely, or are they going to be made up later?'” (WSJ)