In the survey from Eurostat looking at families with three or more children, France topped the list, followed by the United Kingdom and then Germany. Poland came ahead of Italy, Spain and the Netherlands on the list of large families.
Increase comes as more money is put into the Maluch+ programme aimed at increasing the capacity of the country’s nurseries.
The report by the country’s Central Statistical Office looks at major social and demographic figures, from household size to internet use.
On Twitter on Friday, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki invited all children and their attendants to Children's Day celebrations falling on Saturday. The festivities will be held at the PM Office's gardens, Royal Łazienki Park and Agrykola Park in Warsaw.
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki on Friday morning visited the parents of Polish sextuplets at the University Hospital in Krakow, south Poland, and gave them the keys to a new nine-seater Volkswagen Transporter car.
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The births took both doctors and parents by surprise as everyone was expecting five babies. Doctors say they are keeping the six new-borns under close observation and stress that they are so far doing well.
For its ranking NimbleFins, which placed Poland in third place just behind Sweden and Luxembourg, studied health and lifestyle data for young people in 29 European countries, taken from sources such as the World Health Organisation and Eurostat.
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The increase could be a result of the government introducing payments of 500 PLN for every second and additional child born.