US population growth nears standstill, reaching Great Depression levels

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The U.S. population growth has slowed over the years.

The current birth rate in the United States for 2024 is 12.009 births per 1000 people, representing a 0.12% decline from the previous year.

During the Great Depression of the 1930s, the American birthrate fell to its lowest point yet, with just 18.4 live births per thousand population. The economic hardships and widespread poverty during that time contributed to this decline.

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