During a span of a decade, the total number of registered marriages in the Philippines dropped by 11 percent, that is from 490,054 in 2007 to 434,932 in 2017. The decrease is visible across regions except Central Visayas and ARMM showing an increase in the number during the 10-year period. In 2017, CALABARZON had the most number of recorded marriages with 58,152, higher than the National Capital region with 55,570. Region III ranks third with 51,027. The lowest is spotted in ARMM but it has the largest percent increase within the period of about 48 percent, from 1,474 in 2007 to 2,177 in 2017. Read more about “10-Year Challenge” of marriage statistics.