Swedish Women Having Fewer Children, Migrant Birthrates Significantly Higher

Article author: 
Alex King, Voice of Europe
Article publisher: 
American Renaissance
Article date: 
16 October 2018
Article category: 
National News
Article Body: 
For a country to maintain its current population, a replacement rate of 2.2 children per woman is needed1. In Sweden, the number of children per woman is 1.78.
However, 2016 saw Sweden have the second highest population growth of any EU country as a result of mass migration.
There is also a considerable difference in birth rates between native Swedes and migrants. For the indigenous Swedish population, the birth rate is just under 1.78, whereas for foreign-born women that number is over 2.
Johan Tollebrant of Swedish statistics agency SCB puts this partly down to the fact that many foreign-born women move to Sweden to start a family.2 ...
According to a study from June 2018 by the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW) and the Vienna Wittgenstein Center, out of all Western European countries, only France and Ireland had naturally increasing populations as a result of birthrates from 1990 to 2017.
In every other country, populations are propped up with growth as a direct consequence of mass migration.
At current rates, migrants and foreign-born populations are moving rapidly away from being minorities in their new communities.3


1. Actually, replacement level fertility is 2.1 children per woman in Western nations.
2. Migration is a form of jihad, resulting in demographic conquest.
3. Translation: because of the high fertility rate of Muslim migrants, the Islamic population of Sweden is displacing the native born Swedish population.