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Estonia’s population peaked at nearly 1.6 million in 1990 and is in long term decline. In 2030, the population will reach 1.2 million, 25.3% lower than its peak. Population trends in 2012-2030 will be driven by a below replacement level fertility rate, the resulting negative natural rate of population change, increasing life expectancy and large outward migration flows. Tallinn dominates the urban landscape and will account for 44.1% of the total urban population in 2030.
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