Populační vývoj v České republice v roce 2016
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This analysis describes the demographic situation in the Czech Republic in 2016 and demographic trends in the past decade based on demographic statistics from the Czech Statistical Office. The article evaluates changes in sex-age and marital status structure, nuptiality, the divorce rate, fertility, the abortion rate, mortality and international migration. In 2016 the population of the Czech Republic rose as a result of positive international migration and natural increase. The total fertility rate was above 1.6 children per woman and life expectancy at birth increased to 76.2 years for males and 82.1 years for females. The total first marriage rate for both men and women also rose. Conversely, the total divorce rate declined.