Russian demography from January to July 2013

In July, 181,907 people were born in 2013 against 170,949 in July 2012, that is, an increase of 6.4%, Died 158,721 people versus 157,662 in July 2012, ie an increase of 0.7%. In just one month the natural growth of the population was 23,186 people!

Since the beginning of 2013, that is, for the first 7 months of the year:

? born 1,085,081 people against 1,076,688 for the same period of 2012, ie a 0.8% increase.
? 1,114,747 people had died versus 1,120,328 for the same period of 2012, ie by 0.5% less.

Natural population decline for the first 7 months of 2013 amounted to 29,666 men against a reduction of 43,640 persons over the same period of 2012.

It is interesting to look at the good / bad student demographic class over the first 7 months of 2013.  

? The largest increase in the number of births:

Ingushetia: +8.5%
Khabarovsk Region: +5.3%
RT: +4.9%
Ossetia: +4.8%
Samara Region: +4.7%
St. Petersburg: +4%
Komi: 3.9%

? The most significant decline in the number of births:

Chukotka: -8.5%
Altai Republic: -7.7%
Forums: -5.9%
Karelia: -5.8%
Bryansk Region: -5.1%
Udmurtia: -3.3%
Chechnya: -3.1%

It is interesting to note that despite the huge migratory pressures, the number of births in Moscow grew by only 1.8%.

For comparison, in the North Caucasus region of increase in the number of births was 0.6% (92,271 persons born), against the growth of 1.6% in the North-West region (Murmansk, St. Petersburg, Karelia …), where 96,229 people were born.

In Siberia, it was almost the same number of births in the first 7 months of 2013 and 2012 (165.129 versus 165.185), while? and this is good news? in the Far East were born 49,621 people, that is birth rate was 1.2%.

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