After men in Spain got paternity leave, they wanted fewer kids

A girl and her parents are seen in one of the booths before voting during Spain's general election in Pola de Siero, April 28, 2019. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso - RC1749582090

The opposite trend was seen in mothers. Image: REUTERS/Eloy Alonso

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