This is the conclusion of a private report from BCA Research, described in The Economist.
The birth dearth that was threatening to crash the populations of developed nations in a generation or two seems to be reversing. And it is reversing in exactly the cohorts one would most hope it would: educated, married couples who have the structure and resources most conducive to raising children.
A generation ago, the more educated a woman was, the fewer children she was likely to have. Now, it appears, the opposite is true for younger cohorts.
This is good news, indeed.