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Demographic Analysis (DEMOG)

In the statistics, demographic events such as births, deaths and migration for various groups in society are analysed. In addition, couple formation and separation is studied. Analyses also provide a basis for assumptions that underpin the annual population projections.

Statistical news

More foreign born women than men in Sweden

2018-03-13

More and more persons are moving to and from Sweden. The people who move here and why they do so vary with time. Migrants also have an increasing significance for the distribution of sex and age in the population. A new report from Statistics Sweden describes migration to and from Sweden for some 20 common countries of birth.

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Tables and graphs

Publications

Title Language Type Date
Birth intervals – how long do parents wait before they have a second child? Swedish with elements of English Report 2017-11-17
Demographic report: Having children or not. A register-based follow-up on a questionnaire survey from 2009 Swedish with elements of English Report 2017-06-22
Life expectancy in Sweden 2011–2015. Life tables for the country and by county Swedish with elements of English Report 2016-11-29
Mothers with one child Swedish with elements of English Report 2016-06-30
Life expectancy and mortality in different social groups Swedish with elements of English Report 2016-05-27
From Finland to Afghanistan – immigration and emigration since 1970 for persons born in different countries Swedish with elements of English Report 2016-02-29
Living close by or far away? Distance between children and parents after a separation 1975–2013 Swedish with elements of English Report 2015-06-25
Leaving the nest. A description of young people moving from home Swedish with elements of English Report 2015-06-24
Love beyond borders – migration and family patterns Swedish with elements of English Report 2015-03-26
Childbearing among foreign born – before and after migration to Sweden Swedish with elements of English Report 2014-12-18
Mortality by occupation in Sweden 2008–2012 Swedish with elements of English Report 2014-09-23
Generations through the years – a demographic description of those born during the 20th century Swedish with elements of English Report 2014-05-12
Different families live in different ways – a survey on residence and support of children after a separation Swedish with elements of English Report 2014-02-21
Having children in new relationships Swedish with elements of English Report 2013-03-07
Children, parents and separations – Trends of the 21st century Swedish with elements of English Report 2013-02-05
Domestic migration and mortality in Sweden Swedish with elements of English Report 2012-12-19
Family structures and separations among first time parents Swedish with elements of English Report 2012-03-30
The use of municipal child raising allowance, 2nd halfyear 2011 Swedish with elements of English Report 2012-03-01
Childbearing patterns of different generations Swedish with elements of English Report 2011-12-16
Life expectancy in Sweden 2001–2010, Life expectancy tables for the country and by county Swedish with elements of English Report 2011-10-20
The use of municipal child raising allowance, 2nd halfyear 2010, 1st halfyear 2011 Swedish with elements of English Report 2011-10-17
A third child – a new trend? Swedish with elements of English Report 2011-06-22
Cohort mortality in Sweden – Mortality statistics since 1861 - Mortality statistics since 1861 English Report 2011-03-15
The use of municipal child raising allowance, 1st halfyear 2010 Swedish with elements of English Report 2011-03-01
The use of municipal child raising allowance, 2nd halfyear 2009 Swedish with elements of English Report 2011-01-11
Born in Sweden – but still different? The significance of parents' country of birth. Corrected 2010-11-12 Swedish with elements of English Report 2010-05-26
Cohort mortality in Sweden – Mortality statistics since 1861 Swedish with elements of English Report 2010-03-15
Having children or not? Swedish with elements of English Report 2009-10-29
Leaving home Swedish with elements of English Report 2008-12-03
Immigrants' migration patterns Swedish with elements of English Report 2008-11-26
Immigration of family members Swedish with elements of English Report 2008-11-26
Childbearing among native and foreign born Swedish with elements of English Report 2008-11-03
Work and childbirth – Comparisons of native and foreign born women and men Swedish with elements of English Report 2008-10-03
Children and their Families 2006 Swedish with elements of English Report 2007-12-07
Parental leave and working life. A study of mothers´ life careers. Swedish with elements of English Report 2007-06-15
Life expectancy in Sweden 2001–2005 Swedish with elements of English Report 2007-02-28
Segregation among children in Sweden Swedish with elements of English Report 2007-02-21
Children and their Families 2005 Swedish with elements of English Report 2006-11-30
The elderly: care needs and proximity to relatives Swedish with elements of English Report 2006-03-21
From population increase to decrease World population development 1950 to 2050 Swedish with elements of English Report 2005-12-21
Housing market and family planning Swedish with elements of English Report 2005-12-21
Family relations, children and Interregional mobility Swedish with elements of English Report 2005-12-15
Children and their Families 2004 Swedish with elements of English Report 2005-12-02
Children and their Families 2002 English Report 2005-03-04
In and out migration after World War II Swedish with elements of English Report 2005-02-03
Mortality by education, type of housing and civil status Swedish with elements of English Report 2005-01-28
Children and their Families 2003 Swedish with elements of English Report 2004-12-01
What affects sick leave? Swedish with elements of English Report 2004-05-10
Time children spend with their parents Swedish with elements of English Report 2004-05-05
Children and their Families 2002 Swedish with elements of English Report 2004-02-04
Migration flows in Sweden 1999–2001 Swedish with elements of English Report 2003-12-01
Population year 2002 Swedish with elements of English Report 2003-05-22
Unemployment and Childbearing Swedish with elements of English Report 2003-05-21
Children and their families 2001, Part 2 Swedish with elements of English Report 2003-03-21
Children and their Families 2001, Part 1 and 2 Swedish with elements of English Report 2003-03-21
Children and their Families 2001, Part 1 Tables Swedish with elements of English Report 2003-03-10
Labour migration - a solution on increasing dependency ratios? Swedish with elements of English Report 2002-10-31
Mothers and fathers. On being a parent 2001 Swedish with elements of English Report 2002-10-30
How many children will I have? Swedish with elements of English Report 2002-08-15
Population year 2001 Swedish with elements of English Report 2002-05-24
Life expectancy, health and employment Swedish with elements of English Report 2002-04-03
Children and their Families 2000 Swedish with elements of English Report 2002-02-18
Children´s share of the cake. Swedish with elements of English Report 2002-02-08
Life expectancy in Sweden 1991–2000 Swedish with elements of English Report 2002-02-07
Employment status and reproductive behaviour Swedish with elements of English Report 2001-12-17
Why so few babies? Swedish with elements of English Report 2001-03-21
Children and their Families 1999 Swedish with elements of English Report 2001-01-04

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