The Irish race is dying - 23% of all births in 2018 foreign born.

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Immigration and abortion. Two of the largest methods to kill any population of unique ethnic heritage and social background. However, its not just those two tools the government are now using. Our birth rates are falling and the Irish race is dying.


CSO statistical publication, 31 May 2019, 11am

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Nationality of mothers
Of the 61,016 births in 2018, there were 47,110 babies (77.2%) born to mothers of Irish nationality compared to 47,991 (77.3%) in 2017. There were 10.8% of births to mothers of EU 15 to EU 28 nationality, 2.1% of mothers were of UK nationality, and 2.0% were of EU 15 nationality (excluding Ireland and the UK). Mothers of nationalities other than Ireland, UK and the EU accounted for 7.7% of total births registered. There were 0.1% of mothers where the nationality was not stated.


Vital Statistics Yearly summary 2018 - CSO - Central Statistics Office

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Migration Facts Ireland

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61,016 births in 2018, there were 47,110 babies (77.2%) born to mothers of Irish nationality compared to 47,991 (77.3%)

22.8% of all births are to immigrant mothers.
How many of the 77.2% Irish are actual ethnic Irish and New Irish?

Births and marriage/civil partnerships

In 2018, there were 37,955 (62.2%) births registered as within marriage and of these 2 were within civil partnerships.

There were 23,061 births registered as outside marriage/civil partnership accounting for 37.8% of all births, an increase of 0.2 percentage points from 2017. The highest percentage of births outside marriage/civil partnership was in Limerick City at 54.5% and the lowest was in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown with 23.8%. See tables 1 and 6.

A total of 980 teenagers had babies in 2018, of these 22 were aged under 16. Just under half (48.5%) of births outside marriage/civil partnership were to mothers under 30.
Location of births

The highest number of births registered was in Dublin City with 7,041 (11.5% of total live births in the country) followed by Cork County with 5,541 (9.1%) registered births. Leitrim had the lowest number with 399 (0.7%) registered births in 2018. The same pattern was reflected in 2017 when Dublin City accounted for 7,045 or 11.4% of births followed by Cork County with 5,472 (8.8%). Leitrim also had the lowest number, 408 births (or 0.7%), registered in 2017.
 
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