Population replacement moves ahead in Denmark: 22% of 29-year olds have an immigrant background

Sappy photo chosen by the Copenhagen Post to accompany the article, which apparently thinks this is good news!

The percentage of immigrants and their descendants in Denmark continues to rise, according to the latest population figures from Danmarks Statistik.

At the beginning of 2014, 11.1% – one in nine – of the Danish population were immigrants or descendants of immigrants – a figure that is expected to rise to 17.6% by 2050.

“It is particularly the descendants’ share that is rising quickly,” Danmarks Statistik wrote. (Article in English)

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