Student Sample Data Analysis (Math 3 1516)
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TABLE 12. Reported abortions, by known race/ethnicity of women who obtained an abortion and reporting area of occurrence — selected reporting areas,* United States, 2011
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StateWhiteBlackOtherHispanicTotal
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Alabama3,3155,5492613299,454
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Arkansas2,0891,5261862254,026
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Colorado5,6106597772,3859,431
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Delaware1,6451,551—¶3,621
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District of Columbia**
6101,5383482512,747
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Georgia6,63314,5501,5815,17827,942
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Idaho1,11916611951,391
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Indiana5,0622,3403117158,428
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Kansas4,5071,6616877977,652
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Kentucky2,6189931681783,957
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Michigan9,64410,29777280021,513
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Minnesota5,9872,4341,46767410,562
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Mississippi3731,378379432,173
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Missouri2,9352,3602901575,742
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Montana1,85720185852,147
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New Jersey††6,9048,7534,5815,61925,857
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New York§§24,29942,6298,12928,282103,339
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New York City9,55035,1887,55423,95976,251
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New York State14,7497,4415754,32327,088
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Ohio12,8969,04770296323,608
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Oregon6,8804887931,0789,239
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South Carolina3,2862,5222423216,371
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South Dakota424508435593
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Tennessee6,8177,79240560915,623
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Texas¶¶22,43017,8904,12227,21671,658
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Utah2,112732436513,079
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Virginia9,30210,5271,5692,60624,004
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West Virginia1,58821320161,837
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Total150,942146,856
28,363***
79,408***405,994
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Abortion rate§§§
829.71716.613.4
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Abortion ratio¶¶¶
132459272208208
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* Data from 27 reporting areas; excludes 25 reporting areas (Alaska, Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming) that did not report, did not report by race/ethnicity, or did not meet reporting standards.
† Percentages for the individual component categories might not add to 100 because of rounding.
§ Calculated as the number of abortions reported by known race/ethnicity divided by the sum of abortions reported by known and unknown race/ethnicity.
¶ Cell details not displayed because of small numbers (N = 1-4).
** Because reporting is not mandatory, information could not be obtained for all abortions performed in the District of Columbia.
†† Data from hospitals and licensed ambulatory care facilities only; because reporting is not mandatory for private physicians and women's centers, information could not be obtained for all abortions performed in New Jersey.
§§ Non-Hispanic categories include abortions for women whose ethnicity was reported as unknown; previous evaluation has shown that most reports without ethnicity are for non-Hispanic women.
¶¶ Reporting form contains only one question for race and ethnicity; therefore, abortions reported for women of white, black, and other races (Asian and Native American) are not explicitly identified as non-Hispanic.
*** Small numbers removed from individual cells have been subtracted from the column total so that missing numbers cannot be back-calculated from the total.
††† Percentage based on a total of 428,482 abortions reported among the areas that met reporting standards for race/ethnicity.
§§§ Number of abortions obtained by women in a given race/ethnicity group per 1,000 women in that same group. For each state, abortions for women of unknown race/ethnicity were distributed according to the distribution of abortions among women of known race/ethnicity for that state.
¶¶¶ Number of abortions obtained by women in a given race/ethnicity group per 1,000 live births to women in that same race/ethnicity group. For each state, abortions for women of unknown race/ethnicity were distributed according to the distribution of abortions among women of known race/ethnicity for that state.
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