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U.S. CountyTotal women aged 13-44 in need of publicly funded contraceptive services and supplies, 2014Women younger than 20 in need of publicly funded contraceptive services and supplies, 2014
SC Total323,140 72,440
Abbeville1,570 480
Aiken11,130 2,270
Allendale690 190
Anderson11,950 2,510
Bamberg1,330 440
Barnwell1,510 420
Beaufort9,390 2,290
Berkeley11,640 2,490
Calhoun960 200
Charleston26,370 5,140
Cherokee3,930 1,000
Chester2,380 580
Chesterfield3,200 850
Clarendon2,320 620
Colleton2,280 660
Darlington5,180 1,080
Dillon2,450 620
Dorchester9,090 1,970
Edgefield1,440 340
Fairfield1,870 370
Florence10,870 2,020
Georgetown3,630 910
Greenville30,270 6,220
Greenwood5,070 1,550
Hampton1,380 390
Horry19,350 3,490
Jasper1,770 470
Kershaw4,000 770
Lancaster4,810 1,140
Laurens4,910 1,020
Lee1,320 340
Lexington16,370 3,360
Marion2,530 640
Marlboro1,860 470
McCormick420 110
Newberry2,690 670
Oconee4,530 1,100
Orangeburg7,840 2,200
Pickens10,400 2,610
Richland30,010 7,550
Saluda1,340 270
Spartanburg19,480 4,410
Sumter9,110 1,730
Union1,950 480
Williamsburg2,600 630
York13,930 3,360
SourcesSources: 1, 2Sources: 1, 2

Notes

  1. u = unavailable
  2. n/a = not applicable

Sources

  1. Contraceptive Needs and Services, 2014 Update, Frost JJ, Frohwirth L and Zolna MR, 2016
  2. Special tabulations of data from Frost JJ, Frohwirth L and Zolna MR, Contraceptive Needs and Services, 2014 Update, New York: Guttmacher Institute, 2016

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