๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡บ Total Fertility Rate of Cuba

1.46
Total Fertility Rate
8.75
Crude Birth Rate
97,775
Overall Births

The current population fertility rate of Cuba is 1.4585 births per woman. A 0.13% increase from 2023, when the fertility rate only was 1.4566 births per woman. In the future, Cuba's fertility rate is projected to increase to 1.6143 childern born per woman, by the year 2100. A total increase of the fertility rate of Cuba's by 10.68% from today's standard.

Historic Total Fertility Rate of Cuba (1950-2024)

Cuba has seen a decrease of the population fertility rate since the 1950's. From 4.0325 to 1.4585 births per woman, a decrease of -63.83% in total.

Year Total Fertility Rate (births per woman) Crude Birth Rate Overall Births
1950 4.0325 31.975 189,637
1951 3.9475 31.313 189,472
1952 3.9312 31.202 192,647
1953 3.9242 31.166 196,364
1954 3.9175 31.151 200,326
1955 3.9017 31.077 203,999
1956 3.8927 31.039 207,983
1957 3.8858 31.003 212,054
1958 3.9002 31.091 217,082
1959 3.9996 31.793 226,703
1960 4.1287 32.664 237,890
1961 4.2651 33.52 249,324
1962 4.4206 34.443 261,670
1963 4.5593 35.189 273,084
1964 4.5285 34.69 274,939
1965 4.459 33.933 274,563
1966 4.3776 33.129 273,478
1967 4.2942 32.362 272,358
1968 4.2117 31.644 271,356
1969 4.1178 30.86 269,510
1970 4.0008 29.966 266,444
1971 3.8699 29.008 262,522
1972 3.7239 27.96 257,192
1973 3.4925 26.351 245,859
1974 3.1994 24.31 229,578
1975 2.8533 21.89 208,839
1976 2.5194 19.529 187,906
1977 2.2132 17.364 168,243
1978 1.8738 15.078 146,858
1979 1.7599 14.447 141,434
1980 1.6191 13.706 134,672
1981 1.5643 13.649 134,542
1982 1.7564 15.734 156,201
1983 1.7883 16.355 163,507
1984 1.7701 16.432 165,571
1985 1.7609 16.559 168,226
1986 1.7604 16.749 171,601
1987 1.802 17.305 178,894
1988 1.8535 17.915 186,967
1989 1.8274 17.744 186,923
1990 1.8041 17.48 185,884
1991 1.6584 16.033 171,859
1992 1.5609 14.977 161,616
1993 1.4915 14.147 153,501
1994 1.4607 13.572 147,920
1995 1.4712 13.374 146,309
1996 1.4365 12.799 140,447
1997 1.5629 13.578 149,583
1998 1.5876 13.444 148,572
1999 1.6176 13.287 147,296
2000 1.5808 12.628 140,373
2001 1.563 12.171 135,672
2002 1.608 12.262 137,103
2003 1.589 11.829 132,570
2004 1.5172 11.031 123,853
2005 1.4684 10.446 117,483
2006 1.3896 9.752 109,790
2007 1.4281 9.921 111,832
2008 1.5755 10.83 122,260
2009 1.6881 11.487 129,809
2010 1.6925 11.417 129,068
2011 1.7563 11.76 133,055
2012 1.6813 11.191 126,643
2013 1.6878 11.122 126,008
2014 1.663 10.86 123,133
2015 1.6942 10.972 124,508
2016 1.609 10.351 117,455
2017 1.5933 10.182 115,495
2018 1.6311 10.348 117,309
2019 1.5506 9.752 110,404
2020 1.5004 9.344 105,616
2021 1.4419 8.922 100,445
2022 1.4487 8.889 99,693
2023 1.4566 8.836 98,937
2024 1.4585 8.748 97,775

Future Total Fertility Rate of Cuba (2024-2100)

Cuba's positive upward trend in fertility rate is set to increase even further in the future. From 1.4585 to an average of 1.6143 children born per woman. An additional increase of 10.68% from 2024 to 2100.

Year Total Fertility Rate (births per woman) Crude Birth Rate Overall Births
2024 1.4585 8.748 97,775
2025 1.4656 8.698 97,031
2026 1.4718 8.654 96,330
2027 1.4772 8.616 95,687
2028 1.4826 8.586 95,122
2029 1.491 8.578 94,781
2030 1.497 8.558 94,300
2031 1.5001 8.523 93,634
2032 1.5029 8.488 92,958
2033 1.516 8.512 92,924
2034 1.5189 8.482 92,277
2035 1.5251 8.474 91,851
2036 1.5309 8.465 91,416
2037 1.5327 8.438 90,760
2038 1.5375 8.429 90,290
2039 1.5404 8.414 89,742
2040 1.541 8.39 89,087
2041 1.5439 8.384 88,608
2042 1.5475 8.364 87,962
2043 1.5557 8.364 87,524
2044 1.5579 8.327 86,674
2045 1.5612 8.288 85,797
2046 1.5602 8.219 84,591
2047 1.5627 8.16 83,481
2048 1.5623 8.078 82,125
2049 1.566 8.013 80,923
2050 1.5702 7.946 79,704
2051 1.5717 7.865 78,332
2052 1.5729 7.787 76,981
2053 1.576 7.725 75,788
2054 1.5876 7.714 75,080
2055 1.5909 7.672 74,072
2056 1.5851 7.599 72,756
2057 1.5922 7.599 72,148
2058 1.5938 7.585 71,391
2059 1.5937 7.572 70,653
2060 1.596 7.58 70,108
2061 1.5921 7.567 69,363
2062 1.5924 7.579 68,859
2063 1.5906 7.585 68,312
2064 1.585 7.576 67,630
2065 1.5875 7.607 67,310
2066 1.5858 7.617 66,815
2067 1.5882 7.646 66,495
2068 1.5888 7.664 66,082
2069 1.5945 7.703 65,863
2070 1.5944 7.712 65,385
2071 1.5947 7.717 64,891
2072 1.5948 7.718 64,364
2073 1.5991 7.734 63,966
2074 1.5987 7.723 63,348
2075 1.5943 7.687 62,537
2076 1.6005 7.697 62,102
2077 1.6007 7.674 61,401
2078 1.6002 7.645 60,646
2079 1.5969 7.599 59,763
2080 1.6043 7.601 59,264
2081 1.6037 7.564 58,454
2082 1.5994 7.509 57,513
2083 1.6022 7.488 56,836
2084 1.6047 7.467 56,157
2085 1.6088 7.455 55,554
2086 1.6108 7.436 54,899
2087 1.6126 7.42 54,270
2088 1.6136 7.403 53,642
2089 1.6134 7.385 53,015
2090 1.6123 7.367 52,389
2091 1.6086 7.341 51,717
2092 1.6116 7.349 51,291
2093 1.6094 7.337 50,733
2094 1.6111 7.346 50,323
2095 1.6083 7.337 49,796
2096 1.6152 7.374 49,587
2097 1.6029 7.326 48,804
2098 1.6071 7.353 48,535
2099 1.6098 7.373 48,226
2100 1.6143 7.401 47,967

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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