Portugal’s Catastrophically Running Out of People

I’ve being working in some data about Portugal and its demographics. Here’s my first .gif. In 2000, Portuguese populational growth hit 0.80%, its highest since the 1991. From 2000 to 2009, as the country got older and birth rates plummeted, Portugal’s growth turned weak. Finally, after the recession, a further big drop on birth rate and now mass emigration, played their roles. For more data on the issue, keep following me and contact if need.


Yearly populational change, in all portuguese municipalities, from 1992 onwards. Data gathered from INE (Portuguese Stats Bureau).


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