๐Ÿ‡ฒ๐Ÿ‡ซ Population Births in Saint Martin (French part)

In 2024, 423 people died in Saint Martin (French part), whereof 423 where male and 423 where female. That is a -3.86% decrease of births in Saint Martin (French part) when compared to privous year. In the future, the annual death count in Saint Martin (French part) is set to decrease to 316, by the year 2100.

Historic Population Births in Saint Martin (French part) (1950-2024)

Saint Martin (French part) has seen an increase of births since the 1950's. From 130 to 423 yearly births, a total increase of 225.38%.

Year Births Male Births Female Births
1950 130 130 130
1951 132 132 132
1952 135 135 135
1953 137 137 137
1954 140 140 140
1955 143 143 143
1956 146 146 146
1957 148 148 148
1958 151 151 151
1959 154 154 154
1960 157 157 157
1961 161 161 161
1962 164 164 164
1963 167 167 167
1964 171 171 171
1965 175 175 175
1966 185 185 185
1967 198 198 198
1968 214 214 214
1969 216 216 216
1970 218 218 218
1971 220 220 220
1972 222 222 222
1973 223 223 223
1974 223 223 223
1975 224 224 224
1976 235 235 235
1977 244 244 244
1978 250 250 250
1979 255 255 255
1980 257 257 257
1981 257 257 257
1982 253 253 253
1983 326 326 326
1984 419 419 419
1985 512 512 512
1986 604 604 604
1987 699 699 699
1988 791 791 791
1989 874 874 874
1990 945 945 945
1991 924 924 924
1992 891 891 891
1993 858 858 858
1994 831 831 831
1995 805 805 805
1996 785 785 785
1997 768 768 768
1998 751 751 751
1999 736 736 736
2000 727 727 727
2001 725 725 725
2002 724 724 724
2003 723 723 723
2004 721 721 721
2005 717 717 717
2006 713 713 713
2007 708 708 708
2008 703 703 703
2009 693 693 693
2010 684 684 684
2011 683 683 683
2012 764 764 764
2013 723 723 723
2014 682 682 682
2015 653 653 653
2016 631 631 631
2017 609 609 609
2018 589 589 589
2019 554 554 554
2020 521 521 521
2021 488 488 488
2022 458 458 458
2023 440 440 440
2024 423 423 423

Future Population Births in Saint Martin (French part) (2024-2100)

Saint Martin (French part)'s positive trend in yearly birth count will not continue into the future. The number of newborns per year will decrease from 423 to 316 between the year 2024 and 2100. A decrease of Saint Martin (French part)'s yearly birth count by -25.3% in 76 years.

Year Births Male Births Female Births
2024 423 423 423
2025 407 407 407
2026 394 394 394
2027 383 383 383
2028 375 375 375
2029 370 370 370
2030 368 368 368
2031 369 369 369
2032 371 371 371
2033 376 376 376
2034 381 381 381
2035 387 387 387
2036 394 394 394
2037 402 402 402
2038 408 408 408
2039 414 414 414
2040 419 419 419
2041 423 423 423
2042 428 428 428
2043 431 431 431
2044 433 433 433
2045 433 433 433
2046 430 430 430
2047 429 429 429
2048 425 425 425
2049 422 422 422
2050 418 418 418
2051 414 414 414
2052 410 410 410
2053 405 405 405
2054 400 400 400
2055 395 395 395
2056 391 391 391
2057 385 385 385
2058 381 381 381
2059 374 374 374
2060 369 369 369
2061 365 365 365
2062 360 360 360
2063 360 360 360
2064 359 359 359
2065 358 358 358
2066 359 359 359
2067 360 360 360
2068 362 362 362
2069 364 364 364
2070 366 366 366
2071 369 369 369
2072 371 371 371
2073 372 372 372
2074 372 372 372
2075 372 372 372
2076 372 372 372
2077 373 373 373
2078 372 372 372
2079 372 372 372
2080 369 369 369
2081 367 367 367
2082 362 362 362
2083 359 359 359
2084 355 355 355
2085 351 351 351
2086 348 348 348
2087 345 345 345
2088 342 342 342
2089 339 339 339
2090 335 335 335
2091 332 332 332
2092 329 329 329
2093 327 327 327
2094 324 324 324
2095 322 322 322
2096 320 320 320
2097 319 319 319
2098 317 317 317
2099 317 317 317
2100 316 316 316

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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