The most likely country to have a first child is, again, China, according to data released Tuesday.
The data, which was collected by the World Bank and the Population Reference Bureau, shows that only 12.3% of the world’s population is born in a country with a population of more than a million people.
That figure includes countries like the Philippines, Vietnam, India, and the Maldives.
That’s right, a third of the entire world’s people live in one country.
A little more than half of the planet’s population lives in a nation of less than 1 million people, the data shows.
The data also shows that most nations of the Middle East and Africa are far more likely to have fewer than 50,000 births than the United States.
The United States is the world leader when it comes to having children, with more than 90% of all babies born in the country in 2017.
But that number drops to just 44.5% for those born outside the United State.
That compares to the United Kingdom, where just under 70% of babies born are born to women.
It’s also a far cry from countries like France, Italy, Germany, and Sweden.
The United States was the only nation that did not have a child born in 2017, and is now in the middle of a population boom.