In 2030, the population of Singapore will reach 6.1 million, an increase of 10.4% from 2015. Population growth in Singapore has been falling every decade since the 1990s, and this will continue up to 2030 due to its falling birth rate and falling net migration. Government attempts to increase fertility will have little success in 2015-2030. As a city state Singapore has one of the highest population density levels in the world.
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