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Table 1 Fertility rates in women froma Spain and low-income countries (LIC) for each study period, region and city

From: Bayesian smoothed small-areas analysis of urban inequalities in fertility across 1999–2013

RegionCityAgePre-crisis 1st
1999–2003
Pre-crisis 2nd
2004–2008
Crisis
2009–2013
SpanishLICSpanishLICSpanishLIC
Age specific fertility RateAge specific fertility RateAge specific fertility Rate
NorthBilbao15–195.1131.456.6239.665.9130.01
20–2411.7369.4713.0583.3811.8179.35
25–3461.0050.5064.1772.7359.5068.39
35–4921.1414.3825.0518.6429.1723.00
15–4930.5938.0633.6850.7433.5948.07
San Sebastian15–191.9024.622.3232.781.5826.07
20–246.5044.156.0257.476.3149.12
25–3475.2842.5572.8156.0871.0758.89
35–4923.0512.3826.8616.5230.2222.25
15–4934.6828.3835.5739.0935.9440.87
Vitoria15–193.5032.433.5843.434.1732.39
20–2410.3777.8910.13102.9810.2886.71
25–3469.6060.4869.2686.0671.18105.09
35–4919.2818.0124.5424.3730.0534.59
15–4932.1644.0835.2461.8638.1769.12
Largest CitiesBarcelona15–193.2228.834.5621.893.6017.30
20–2410.0358.6313.5841.7610.2344.70
25–3464.2860.5265.6348.0359.7849.94
35–4922.1619.3125.7020.7130.5522.78
15–4931.7041.1634.8435.5834.2936.25
Madrid15–195.7858.816.08235.784.8119.40
20–2412.5797.1712.4562.5410.1636.20
25–3470.4070.9262.5852.3652.8540.78
35–4924.9817.2925.4315.3026.8714.42
15–4936.5554.9540.0354.5839.8347.53
SouthAlmeria15–1915.2465.3817.2857.5714.6833.21
20–2435.89180.3238.11123.6030.95112.22
25–3477.09181.9679.46104.0777.3394.37
35–4918.2741.8221.4430.4624.2129.16
15–4938.23119.0140.6278.4439.2666.86
Cádiz15–198.2214.2910.2718.636.3618.32
20–2418.1393.3322.1052.4719.3161.36
25–3456.2054.1259.8566.6756.4563.98
35–4916.4416.9519.7421.4421.1520.59
15–4927.3845.4031.2044.2329.7743.62
Córdoba15–199.3840.8210.9449.069.2730.17
20–2421.14100.1226.8886.6225.6978.40
25–3483.22118.5884.5385.4377.1761.97
35–4919.0138.2721.8227.7424.6619.10
15–4937.7180.1740.4062.2138.2345.41
Granada15–1911.2033.9611.7940.788.5324.48
20–2421.1665.0823.8998.6619.8080.00
25–3467.1189.1965.1898.3359.5195.19
35–4919.9235.5722.7932.3626.4234.02
15–4932.8864.3234.2071.8433.1565.82
Huelva15–1911.8735.2115.8641.9812.3527.80
20–2426.8492.5234.1496.2530.6370.25
25–3480.5290.0780.5491.2777.7269.38
35–4916.6226.4321.1428.9424.6822.22
15–4937.4167.3741.4067.3540.1947.75
Jaen15–197.0956.9111.5055.9410.1214.93
20–2421.90150.4123.8897.2722.9884.41
25–3491.07144.4087.7287.3078.8176.22
35–4920.5044.6022.4535.6325.0428.64
15–4940.3399.1340.7269.0937.9055.10
Malaga15–1912.8933.1315.1938.7111.8323.71
20–2427.33107.1832.5796.2530.8660.95
25–3479.13143.0480.17100.0374.8768.24
35–4917.8436.5921.9427.9425.0523.79
15–4937.5985.5440.8368.2538.9947.45
Sevilla15–199.9428.7812.3034.719.0223.54
20–2420.1895.1325.7979.8625.6566.32
25–3475.59109.6275.9673.2071.7864.17
35–4920.4529.8025.1923.3627.9421.73
15–4936.7170.0140.2453.2238.6945.44
  1. Age specific fertility Rate: the number of live births per 1000 women of childbearing age (ages 15 to 49) occurring in each study period. For the calculus, we used all the childbirths of each of the 4 years included in the study period (1999–2003; 2004–2008; 2009–2013) and the same for the population
  2. LIC Women with a nationality from low-income countries
  3. aAccording to nationality