The U.S. national birthrate has been falling since 2007, but some U.S. cities don't have far to fall in terms of fertility. Places with older and highly educated populations as well as high concentrations of non-Hispanic whites tend to have lower birth rates. Figures from the Census' 2010 American Community Survey suggest that these metropolitan areas (with populations of 500,000 or greater) are where women are having the fewest babies.
7 (tie). Worcester, Mass.