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U.S. State% of counties without a known clinic, 2017 a, b
Alabama93
Alaska86
Arizona80
Arkansas97
California40
Colorado80
Connecticut13
Delaware33
District of Columbia0
Florida73
Georgia95
Hawaii40
Idaho95
Illinois90
Indiana96
Iowa93
Kansas98
Kentucky99
Louisiana94
Maine31
Maryland71
Massachusetts43
Michigan87
Minnesota97
Mississippi99
Missouri97
Montana93
Nebraska97
Nevada88
New Hampshire60
New Jersey33
New Mexico91
New York39
North Carolina91
North Dakota98
Ohio93
Oklahoma96
Oregon78
Pennsylvania85
Rhode Island60
South Carolina93
South Dakota98
Tennessee96
Texas96
Utah97
Vermont64
Virginia93
Washington59
West Virginia98
Wisconsin97
Wyoming96
SourcesSources: 1

Notes

  1. A provider is a hospital, clinic or physician's office where abortions are performed. Physicians’ offices reporting 400 or more abortions a year are classified as clinics.
  2. Population counts are for July 1, 2017.
  3. u = unavailable
  4. n/a = not applicable

Sources

  1. Jones RK, Witwer E, Jerman J, Abortion Incidence and Service Availability in the United States, 2017, New York: Guttmacher Institute, 2019 https://www.guttmacher.org/report/abortion-incidence-service-availability-us-2017

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