Sweden has 12,000 more men than women since 2015.
This demographic phenomenon was first observed in March 2015, for the first time since record-keeping began in 1749. By March 2016 the “male surplus” was surging impressively, if not dramatically: a year ago there were 277 more men than women in Sweden; there are now 12,000. By year’s end, Sweden could reach a 15% males surplus in the 15-19 age group (115 men for every 100 women).
The natural birth rate is historically 105 boys for every 10...
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