Sweden - Births

Sweden: Births

Mnemonic BTH.ISWE
Unit #
Annual 1.05 %
Data 2021 114,263
2020 113,077

Series Information

Source Statistics Sweden
Release Population
Frequency Annual
Start Date 12/31/1968
End Date 12/31/2021

Sweden: Demographics

Reference Last Previous Units Frequency
Births 2021 114,263 113,077 # Annual
Deaths 2021 91,958 98,124 # Annual
Population 2021 10,452,326 10,379,295 absolute Annual
Net Migration 2017 200,000 # Annual
Death Rate 2015 9.3 9.2 # per Ths. pop. Annual
Birth Rate 2010 12.3 # per Ths. pop. Annual

Release Information

The following information is taken from The Official Statistics of Sweden.

Statistics on Sweden's population are reported annually. The Population Statistics are reported in two groupings:

  1. Population by sex and age.
  2. Population change including, among other things, migration, births and death

The population statistics are reported where the inhabitants are registered. The main rule in the population register means that people are recorded in the assembly and on the property where it resides. A person is considered resident on the estate where he regularly resides.

Deaths are registered where the deceased was registered. Only persons who were registered at death are included in the statistics.

Birth indicates that a person is born. Birth country designation assigned to conditions at the time of birth. In live birth for neonates after birth breathes or shows other signs of life such as heartbeat, pulsation in the umbilical cord or clear, spontaneous movements of skeletal muscle.

To be registered as an immigrant you should have the intention to remain in Sweden for at least one year. Non-Nordic citizens are also usually required permit / residence.

To become registered as emigrants, one must have the intention to reside abroad for at least one year. Some exceptions to the one-year rule available, including if you emigrate to Denmark or Norway (6 months).

Net Migration rate with immigration surplus means the difference between the number of immigrants and the number of emigrants during the period. Immigration surplus can be positive or negative.

Revisions are uncommon

Source: The Official Statistics of Sweden; http://www.scb.se/Pages/Product____25799.aspx