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U.S. StateNo. of women with potential demand for contraceptive services and supplies, aged 20-44 and below 250% of the federal poverty level, 2016No. of women with potential demand for contraceptive services and supplies, aged 20-44 and at or above 250% of the federal poverty level, 2016 No. of women with potential demand for contraceptive services and supplies, non-Hispanic black, 2016No. of women with potential demand for contraceptive services and supplies, Hispanic, 2016No. of women with potential demand for contraceptive services and supplies, non-Hispanic white, 2016No. of abortion providers, 2017 g% change in the no. of abortion providers, 2014-2017 gChange in the no. of abortion providers, 2014-2017 g% of counties without a known abortion provider, 2014% of women aged 15-44 living in a county without an abortion provider, 2014No. of female contraceptive clients served at publicly funded centers , 2016Total no. of women aged 20-44 with potential demand for contraceptive services and supplies, 2016Total no. of women aged 13-44 with potential demand for contraceptive services and supplies, 2016Total reported public expenditures for family planning client services (in 000s of dollars), 2015% of women aged 18-49 using contraceptives, 2017 a% of women at risk of unintended pregnancy using contraception, 2017 b, c% of women at risk of unintended pregnancy relying on female sterilization, 2017 b, c% of women at risk of unintended pregnancy relying on male sterilization, 2017 b, c% of women at risk of unintended pregnancy relying on the contraceptive implant, 2017 b, c% of women at risk of unintended pregnancy relying on the IUD, 2017 b, c% of women at risk of unintended pregnancy relying on the pill, 2017 b, c% of women at risk of unintended pregnancy relying on other non-LARC hormonal methods, 2017 b, c% of women at risk of unintended pregnancy relying on condoms, 2017 b, c, d% of women at risk of unintended pregnancy relying on withdrawal, 2017 b, c% of women at risk of unintended pregnancy relying on other methods of contraception, 2017 b, c, e% of women at risk of unintended pregnancy not using a contraceptive method, 2017 b, c
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Notes

  1. Data are available for the 38 states, plus the District of Columbia, that asked key questions regarding women's reproductive health as part of the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System in 2017. Data are also available for Puerto Rico in the full report.
  2. Women were considered at risk of unintended pregnancy if they are aged 18–49, sexually active with one or more male partners, were not currently pregnant or trying to become pregnant, and had not had a hysterectomy.
  3. These data are available for the 38 states, plus the District of Columbia, that asked key questions regarding women's reproductive health as part of the 2017 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System. Data for Puerto Rico are included in the full report.
  4. "Other non-LARC hormonal methods" are injectables, patches and vaginal rings.
  5. "Other contraceptive methods" are emergency contraception, diaphragms, cervical rings, cervical caps, rhythm method, natural family planning and spermicidal methods.
  6. Estimate is unreliable (has a denominator of less than 50 respondents or a relative standard error greater than 30%).
  7. 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.
  8. u = unavailable
  9. n/a = not applicable

Sources

  1. Special tabulations of data from Frost JJ, Frohwirth L and Zolna MR, Contraceptive Needs and Services, 2014 Update, New York: Guttmacher Institute, 2016
  2. National Center for Health Statistics, Vintage 2014 Post Censal Estimates of the Resident Population of the United States (April 1, 2010, July 1, 2010 - July 1, 2014), by Year, County, Single-Year of Age (0, 1, 2, .., 85 Years and Over), Bridged Race, Hispanic Origin, and Sex. Prepared Under a Collaborative Arrangement With the U.S.Census Bureau, 2015., 2015
  3. Douglas-Hall A, Kost K and Kavanaugh ML, State-Level Estimates of Contraceptive Use in the United States, 2017, New York: Guttmacher Institute, 2018 https://www.guttmacher.org/report/state-level-estimates-contraceptive-use-us-2017
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. Hasstedt K, Sonfield A and Gold RB, Public Funding for Family Planning and Abortion Services, FY 1980–2015, New York: Guttmacher Institute, 2017, https://www.guttmacher.org/report/public-funding-family-planning-abortion-services-fy-1980-2015

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