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Net Natural Increase Per 1,000 Residents

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Nationally and in Arizona, net natural increase per 1,000 residents has exhibited considerable cyclicality and a slow downward trend since 1970. The 2011 figure is the lowest of the last four decades nationally and in Arizona, largely the result of the long and deep recession followed by a weak economic recovery that caused the number of births to decline. The 2012 figure in Arizona was marginally lower than in the prior year.