Analysis of Cohort Fertility in Demographic Data – I. E. Egong and M. C. Maduanochie
This paper focuses on Statistical Analysis on Cohort Fertility on a Demographic Data. In this paper, we adopted the ex-post facto design, a combination of purposive and simple random sampling method. A sample of 368 respondents were interviewed, using a demographic questionnaire, self reported data wee collected, formulated and analyzed. Testing the three hypotheses using the One-Way Analysis of Variance at 0.05 level of significance was seen to be significant leading to the conclusion that the localities, level of the education attended and professional career has a significant effect on the number of children per woman at the end of their reproductive period of life.