๐Ÿ‡ง๐Ÿ‡ฌ Total Fertility Rate of Bulgaria

1.59
Total Fertility Rate
8.30
Crude Birth Rate
55,495
Overall Births

The current population fertility rate of Bulgaria is 1.5936 births per woman. A 0.23% increase from 2022, when the fertility rate only was 1.59 births per woman. In the future, Bulgaria's fertility rate is projected to increase to 1.6765 childern born per woman, by the year 2100. A total increase of the fertility rate of Bulgaria's by 5.2% from today's standard.

Historic Total Fertility Rate of Bulgaria (1950-2023)

Bulgaria has seen a decrease of the population fertility rate since the 1950's. From 2.5214 to 1.5936 births per woman, a decrease of -36.8% in total.

Year Total Fertility Rate (births per woman) Crude Birth Rate Overall Births
1950 2.5214 21.804 156,085
1951 2.4811 21.523 155,645
1952 2.4708 21.526 157,071
1953 2.4115 21.006 154,719
1954 2.3642 20.475 152,365
1955 2.3831 20.457 153,833
1956 2.3425 19.867 150,919
1957 2.2546 18.821 144,381
1958 2.2316 18.258 141,489
1959 2.2365 17.905 140,029
1960 2.3107 18.129 143,100
1961 2.2894 17.669 140,813
1962 2.2223 16.935 136,149
1963 2.2099 16.718 135,550
1964 2.1642 16.349 133,684
1965 2.0769 15.765 129,952
1966 2.0302 15.517 128,906
1967 2.0324 15.666 131,105
1968 2.265 17.489 147,646
1969 2.2685 17.525 149,167
1970 2.1762 16.807 144,202
1971 2.1036 16.205 140,079
1972 2.0357 15.609 135,778
1973 2.1506 16.377 143,421
1974 2.2841 17.229 151,917
1975 2.2312 16.657 147,677
1976 2.2422 16.548 147,453
1977 2.2055 16.085 143,868
1978 2.1549 15.533 139,313
1979 2.144 15.274 137,265
1980 2.0568 14.499 130,383
1981 2.0061 14.006 125,943
1982 2.0119 13.914 125,032
1983 2.0065 13.766 123,507
1984 2.0059 13.654 122,280
1985 1.9777 13.37 119,423
1986 2.0113 13.515 120,405
1987 1.9649 13.172 116,973
1988 1.9674 13.192 116,778
1989 1.9035 12.785 112,750
1990 1.8099 12.189 107,027
1991 1.6448 11.131 97,204
1992 1.546 10.521 91,329
1993 1.4612 10.02 86,407
1994 1.3608 9.399 80,444
1995 1.2401 8.632 73,255
1996 1.2234 8.567 72,059
1997 1.1002 7.756 64,571
1998 1.1202 7.928 65,358
1999 1.2292 8.711 71,185
2000 1.2608 8.929 72,366
2001 1.2153 8.597 69,104
2002 1.2301 8.682 69,264
2003 1.2541 8.821 69,866
2004 1.3231 9.256 72,834
2005 1.3657 9.503 74,296
2006 1.4346 9.906 76,960
2007 1.4889 10.175 78,577
2008 1.5603 10.528 80,839
2009 1.6353 10.865 82,999
2010 1.5711 10.329 78,455
2011 1.5126 9.768 73,724
2012 1.4994 9.5 71,197
2013 1.486 9.226 68,625
2014 1.5313 9.338 68,919
2015 1.5345 9.209 67,378
2016 1.5449 9.11 66,073
2017 1.5585 9.005 64,733
2018 1.5584 8.82 62,826
2019 1.5751 8.733 61,637
2020 1.5809 8.56 59,781
2021 1.586 8.435 58,112
2022 1.59 8.352 56,663
2023 1.5936 8.296 55,495

Future Total Fertility Rate of Bulgaria (2023-2100)

Bulgaria's positive upward trend in fertility rate is set to increase even further in the future. From 1.5936 to an average of 1.6765 children born per woman. An additional increase of 5.2% from 2023 to 2100.

Year Total Fertility Rate (births per woman) Crude Birth Rate Overall Births
2023 1.5936 8.296 55,495
2024 1.5978 8.227 54,467
2025 1.6005 8.149 53,514
2026 1.6064 8.103 52,777
2027 1.6064 8.04 51,930
2028 1.61 8.006 51,269
2029 1.6103 7.965 50,562
2030 1.6146 7.953 50,043
2031 1.6206 7.964 49,664
2032 1.6229 7.971 49,258
2033 1.6244 7.987 48,909
2034 1.6275 8.024 48,679
2035 1.6294 8.061 48,452
2036 1.6285 8.09 48,166
2037 1.6337 8.149 48,060
2038 1.635 8.186 47,815
2039 1.6346 8.214 47,520
2040 1.638 8.258 47,314
2041 1.637 8.275 46,952
2042 1.6395 8.306 46,668
2043 1.639 8.313 46,252
2044 1.6425 8.332 45,905
2045 1.6447 8.34 45,498
2046 1.6436 8.327 44,981
2047 1.6472 8.326 44,531
2048 1.6516 8.316 44,035
2049 1.6523 8.281 43,411
2050 1.6494 8.223 42,674
2051 1.6514 8.185 42,047
2052 1.6546 8.151 41,442
2053 1.6598 8.123 40,870
2054 1.6563 8.054 40,095
2055 1.6545 7.998 39,397
2056 1.6548 7.956 38,768
2057 1.649 7.886 38,007
2058 1.6448 7.825 37,292
2059 1.6493 7.81 36,801
2060 1.6503 7.785 36,266
2061 1.6515 7.767 35,767
2062 1.6516 7.752 35,280
2063 1.6505 7.739 34,804
2064 1.6543 7.756 34,466
2065 1.6535 7.759 34,064
2066 1.6543 7.775 33,723
2067 1.6572 7.806 33,446
2068 1.6609 7.843 33,200
2069 1.6624 7.874 32,923
2070 1.662 7.896 32,616
2071 1.6603 7.913 32,290
2072 1.6605 7.937 32,000
2073 1.6635 7.972 31,757
2074 1.6615 7.98 31,410
2075 1.6665 8.017 31,179
2076 1.6699 8.04 30,905
2077 1.6692 8.038 30,537
2078 1.6665 8.02 30,120
2079 1.6673 8.013 29,749
2080 1.6672 7.995 29,345
2081 1.6676 7.973 28,937
2082 1.6643 7.927 28,453
2083 1.6622 7.881 27,979
2084 1.6612 7.836 27,517
2085 1.6567 7.771 26,995
2086 1.6608 7.743 26,608
2087 1.6669 7.721 26,252
2088 1.6648 7.66 25,770
2089 1.6627 7.599 25,297
2090 1.6647 7.556 24,892
2091 1.664 7.504 24,459
2092 1.6608 7.444 24,004
2093 1.6643 7.416 23,659
2094 1.6658 7.384 23,301
2095 1.6658 7.349 22,936
2096 1.6702 7.338 22,646
2097 1.6669 7.297 22,266
2098 1.6644 7.265 21,912
2099 1.6709 7.275 21,688
2100 1.6765 7.285 21,460

How is Total Fertility Rate calculated?

A population's fertility rate is most commonly calculated as Total Total Fertility Rate or TFR for short. The Total Total Fertility Rate (TFR) is a standard demographic indicator that is used internationally to estimate the average number of children born per woman in a population. It is calculated by adding up all the age-specific fertility rates, multiplying this sum by five (the width of the age-group interval), and then dividing by 1,000.

Total Fertility Rate Formula

Total Total Fertility Rate = (Sum of ASFR x 5 ) / 1,000

Data Information

Data found on this page is based on the medium fertility variant of the United Nations Revision of World Population Prospects 2022.

Data Sources

The United Nations - Department of Economic and Social Affairs (Population Division)

UN Revision of World Population Prospects 2022

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