The U.S. Fertility Forecast™ provides companies with detailed projections of U.S. births and is released on a quarterly basis each March, June, September, and December. Our forecasting model for the total number of births in the United States for 2011 was a remarkable 99.8% accurate.
Beyond projections of total births by quarter for the next 24 months, the U.S. Fertility Forecast™ is broken down by first births, mother’s age, education, race, ethnicity, and other key factors. The report also provides forecasts for birth totals over the next 5, 10, and 15 years. Because the current economic climate is uncertain, the U.S. Fertility Forecast™ provides distinct long-term forecasts for different economic scenarios.
While we cannot always guarantee 99.8% accuracy, know that we are monitoring the underlying conditions which impact women of childbearing age on an ongoing basis and modifying our projections quarterly. We are dedicated to providing the most accurate forecasts of U.S. births possible. Our forecasting model is built around the ongoing analysis of key economic, demographic, and cultural drivers of U.S. fertility.
Because we interact with our clients on a regular basis, we are constantly working to improve our model and make our forecasts more valuable for their specific needs.
The U.S. Fertility Forecast™ is available as a quarterly report or an annual subscription. Please contact us today to see where fertility trends in the United States are headed.