Jun 26, 2022

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Cape Town is the baby-making capital of the world

When it comes to fathering babies, South Africa leads the way, with Cape Town parents having the most babies in the world.

According to DC Jewelery’s 2022 Cities of Love study, there are 20 births per year 1,000 in the Mother City.

The study looks at the loveliest cities in the world and the 100 most popular tourist destinations.

Hopefully not I don’t have to tell you what birth rates are has to do with how loving a city is,” the report jokes.

Research using Instagram posts, Google searches, data from the World Bank and the Williams Institute The Gay Acceptance Index has created a combined score to show which cities are best for “couples in love” to visit.

According to the study, Cape Town is followed by Istanbul and Sydney.

The research is from Data from 2019.

“Cape Town residents certainly aren’t afraid to get intimate, with the highest birth rates rate of all cities on the list of 20 per 1,000 inhabitants. SA’s mortality rate is 9.3 deaths per 1,000 people, meaning that the birth rate is more than double the mortality rate there,” the study found.

“Istanbul, Turkey, ranks our list of cities with the most babies. The country’s overall birth rate was reported to be higher than all European countries as there were a total of 1,183,652 live births in 2019, of which 51.3% were boys and 48.7% were girls, according to the Turkish Bureau of Statistics.

< p>„The Turkish capital has a fertility rate of 16 births per 1,000 people, thanks to its relatively large population of young people, which makes the point. Despite declining in recent years, Istanbul’s birthrate still surpasses that of other European cities.

In Australia, Sydney and Melbourne top the list.

„ In fact, Australia is in the midst of a baby boom as the number of births this decade is setting new records – exceeding 300,000 births per year every year since 2008.

“Sydney comes in third in this factor with 12 births per 1,000 population as of 2019, which translates to 1.58 births per woman. Similar to Istanbul, the birth rate has dropped so much in recent years that the population has started to shrink.”

Next in line are:

  • Melbourne, Australia — 12 per 1,000 inhabitants
  • Dublin, Ireland — 12 per 1,000 inhabitants
  • London, United Kingdom — 11 per 1,000 inhabitants
  • San Francisco, USA — 11 per 1,000 people
  • Edinburgh, United Kingdom – 11 per 1,000 people
  • Paris, France – 11 per 1,000 people
  • Las Vegas, USA – 11 per 1,000 people.

The research found that Paris was the most popular city for marriage proposals, with more than 47,000 Instagram posts dedicated to this momentous occasion.

Amsterdam boasts a has a proud history of supporting LGBTQI+ rights, decriminalizing homosexuality in 1811, the report says. The Dutch capital scored nearly full marks, scoring 9.46 out of 10 for gay acceptance.

Dublin was the city that was most likely to take a knee, with 1,624 online searches for engagement rings per 100,000 Residents in 2021.

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