|2019||8.0||7.6 (p)||9.1 (p)||9.3 (p)|
|2018||8.4||7.9||9.3 (p)||9.5 (p)|
|2017||8.9||8.4||9.5 (b)||9.7 (b)|
|2015||9.5||9.0||9.7 (b)||9.7 (b)|
|2014||9.6||9.2||9.8 (b)||9.8 (b)|
|2012||10.3||9.7||10.0 (b)||10.0 (b)|
|2011||10.8||10.1||10.1 (b)||10.1 (b)|
|2008||12.1||11.3||10.6 (b)||10.6 (b)|
|2001||10.2||9.9||10.4 (b)||10.2 (b)|
|Units: Per 1,000 inhabitants.|
|Source Catalonia: Idescat; INE. Source Spain, eurozone and European Union: Eurostat.|
|(b) Break in time series.|
|(p) Provisional value.|
Last update: July 17, 2020. Revised series on December 3, 2020.
Crude birth rate is the number of live births during the year relative ito the average population in that year. The value is expressed per 1,000 inhabitants.
Live births : Births of children with some sign of life. This is the number of births excluding stillbirths (total births include live births and stillbirths).
The data for Catalonia have been calculated using population estimates and figures on Births Statistics. From 2012 onwards, the data is reported annually in two phases: the provisional data, based on events concerning residents registered with civil registries of Catalonia, and the definitive data, with events concerning all residents (including those registered with civil registries in other autonomous communities).
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