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U.S. CountyNo. of women who likely need public support for contraceptive services and supplies, younger than 20, 2016
SC Total73,570
Abbeville390
Aiken2,370
Allendale110
Anderson2,950
Bamberg280
Barnwell350
Beaufort2,190
Berkeley3,010
Calhoun200
Charleston5,180
Cherokee910
Chester430
Chesterfield690
Clarendon450
Colleton550
Darlington1,070
Dillon480
Dorchester2,370
Edgefield330
Fairfield320
Florence2,090
Georgetown760
Greenville7,340
Greenwood1,150
Hampton310
Horry4,100
Jasper340
Kershaw950
Lancaster1,130
Laurens1,030
Lee260
Lexington4,040
Marion450
Marlboro360
McCormick80
Newberry590
Oconee940
Orangeburg1,470
Pickens2,400
Richland7,530
Saluda250
Spartanburg4,730
Sumter1,640
Union360
Williamsburg480
York4,200
SourcesSources: 1

Notes

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

Sources

  1. Publicly Supported Family Planning Services in the United States: Likely Need, Availability and Impact, 2016 https://www.guttmacher.org/report/publicly-supported-FP-services-us-2016

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