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U.S. State% of pregnancies ending in abortion, 2014% of pregnancies wanted later or unwanted ending in abortion, 2014% of pregnancies ending in birth, 2014% of pregnancies wanted later or unwanted ending in birth, 2014No. of pregnancies wanted later or unwanted, 2014 a, cPregnancies wanted later or unwanted as a % of all pregnancies, 2014Wanted-later-or-unwanted pregnancy rate (no. per 1,000 women aged 15–44), 2014 fWanted-then-or-sooner pregnancy rate (no. per 1,000 women aged 15–44), 2014 eNo. of pregnancies ending in birth, 2014 bTotal no. of pregnancies among women aged 15-44, 2014 aWasn't-sure pregnancy rate (no. per 1,000 women aged 15–44), 2014 g
Alabama10 23 74 62 34,770 44 36 35 58,372 79,190 12
Alaska11 30 73 56 5,280 35 36 52 11,212 15,260 16
Arizona11 27 d73 57 d45,930 d39 d35 d43 d85,575 117,250 11 d
Arkansas9 23 75 62 17,880 36 31 41 37,942 50,320 16
California20 48 d65 37 d306,070 d40 d38 d46 d494,800 763,880 11 d
Colorado13 36 71 51 31,460 35 29 47 64,800 90,700 7
Connecticut23 54 62 34 23,460 41 34 40 35,508 57,210 9
Delaware19 39 66 48 7,860 48 44 37 10,814 16,500 10
District of Columbia25 49 d61 37 d7,450 d48 d42 d32 d9,333 15,380 13 d
Florida21 43 64 44 162,700 48 44 36 216,265 339,410 12
Georgia17 39 68 48 77,330 41 37 37 128,697 189,000 16
Hawaii14 37 70 49 9,670 37 36 46 18,263 2,604 15
Idaho6 19 d78 65 d9,060 d31 d29 d52 d22,533 29,010 11 d
Illinois17 41 67 46 94,010 41 36 42 155,440 230,660 10
Indiana9 23 d75 61 d41,100 d37 d32 d43 d82,641 110,310 11 d
Iowa8 22 76 63 16,750 33 29 50 38,983 51,100 9
Kansas8 21 d76 63 d17,020 d34 d30 d47 d38,601 50,500 12 d
Kentucky7 19 d77 65 d25,970 d36 d30 d43 d55,249 71,990 11 d
Louisiana11 22 73 63 39,720 46 42 36 63,324 86,240 13
Maine14 34 71 52 6,660 38 29 37 12,465 17,590 10
Maryland23 48 62 39 52,190 45 44 41 72,502 116,070 12
Massachusetts20 50 65 38 40,660 38 30 42 70,387 107,880 7
Michigan17 37 68 49 71,530 43 38 38 112,282 165,540 11
Minnesota10 31 74 55 28,300 31 27 49 68,618 92,490 12
Mississippi11 22 d74 62 d24,090 d47 d40 d34 d38,068 51,780 12 d
Missouri9 24 75 61 36,710 37 31 38 74,055 98,970 15
Montana9 24 d75 60 d5,910 d36 d32 d43 d12,219 16,330 13 d
Nebraska7 20 77 65 10,970 32 30 52 26,336 34,190 12
Nevada20 46 d65 39 d22,610 d42 d40 d44 d35,298 54,280 12 d
New Hampshire15 36 70 50 6,720 39 28 36 12,074 17,270 7
New Jersey26 53 60 35 79,030 47 46 43 101,081 169,690 10
New Mexico11 29 73 57 13,310 38 33 39 25,753 35,330 17
New York29 58 57 30 193,590 47 48 44 234,232 410,420 10
North Carolina15 34 69 52 73,040 43 37 41 118,820 171,500 9
North Dakota7 20 d77 64 d4,760 d33 d33 d51 d11,172 14,520 17 d
Ohio12 27 72 59 83,150 44 38 37 136,936 189,860 11
Oklahoma8 19 76 66 26,580 39 35 40 52,523 68,760 15
Oregon14 37 71 50 22,720 36 29 41 44,756 63,340 11
Pennsylvania17 40 68 47 82,200 40 34 40 139,647 205,230 11
Rhode Island20 47 65 40 6,490 40 31 37 10,640 16,310 10
South Carolina14 29 71 57 36,260 45 38 34 56,596 79,950 12
South Dakota5 14 d79 69 d5,360 d35 d34 d50 d12,085 15,390 14 d
Tennessee11 24 73 62 49,840 45 39 35 80,275 109,860 12
Texas11 24 74 61 223,100 42 39 45 393,302 534,000 10
Utah5 17 79 68 16,660 26 26 62 50,232 63,530 11
Vermont16 44 69 43 2,990 34 26 41 6,003 8,720 9
Virginia17 41 68 46 57,170 38 34 43 101,409 148,740 12
Washington15 43 69 44 42,770 34 31 48 87,229 125,740 11
West Virginia9 22 75 63 9,930 38 30 38 19,966 26,470 11
Wisconsin9 27 76 59 26,390 30 24 44 66,023 87,400 12
Wyoming8 23 76 62 3,540 35 32 45 7,569 10,020 13
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Notes

  1. Numbers rounded to the nearest ten
  2. Includes only one birth from deliveries with multiple births
  3. Equals the sum of births, abortions and fetal losses that follow from pregnancies classified as wanted later or unwanted
  4. Estimates predicted using multivariable linear regression
  5. The wanted-then-or-sooner pregnancy rate is calculated by dividing the estimated number of individuals who indicated that they had wanted to become pregnant at the time they became pregnant or sooner by the population of women aged 15–44. This was formerly referred to as the intended pregnancy rate; however, the numbers presented here are not comparable to intended pregnancy rates previously published by the Guttmacher Institute.
  6. The wanted-later-or-unwanted pregnancy rate is calculated by dividing the estimated number of individuals who indicated that they had wanted to become pregnant later than they did or not at all by the population of women aged 15–44. This was formerly referred to as the unintended pregnancy rate; however, the numbers presented here are not comparable to unintended pregnancy rates previously published by the Guttmacher Institute.
  7. The wasn't-sure pregnancy rate is calculated by dividing the estimated number of individuals who indicated that they had not been sure of their pregnancy desires before becoming pregnant by the population of women aged 15–44.
  8. u = unavailable
  9. n/a = not applicable

Sources

  1. Kost K, Maddow-Zimet I and Kochhar S, Pregnancy Desires and Pregnancies at the State Level: Estimates for 2014, New York: Guttmacher Institute, 2018 https://www.guttmacher.org/reports/ pregnancy-desires-and-pregnancies-state-level-estimates-2014

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