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National Vital Statistics Report

Volume 58, Number 7

 

Births, Marriages, Divorces, and Deaths: Provisional Data for March 2009

 

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Technical Notes

Data shown here are provisional and include only events occurring within the United States (50 states and the District of Columbia). Provisional birth, death, and infant death data in this report are based on a combination of counts of events provided by each reporting area and registered vital events processed into National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) data files. Some of these may not have occurred in the specified month of this report. Monthly provisional birth, death, and infant death data may be updated during the course of a data year. Updates based on registered events will be included in the month the event occurred. However, updates based on counts received from the states may include the event in the month it was processed rather than the month in which it occurred. This may result in a low figure for a given month followed by a high figure for the month(s) in which the delayed records were processed. Once the provisional data year has ended, updates cease. Thus, provisional birth, death, and infant death data may not accurately track either the preliminary or the final number of events registered.

Marriage and divorce data in this report are counts of all events occurring in the state that were received in the registration offices during the 1-month period. Divorce figures include reported annulments. There is considerable variability among the states in the procedures that are used to submit the counts of marriages and divorces to NCHS and in the extent to which the states update their counts of marriages and divorces as new information is received. Therefore, counts vary in their completeness. Marriage and divorce counts, unlike other provisional data, may be updated after the end of a data year if final counts are provided by the state. Readers seeking further information on this should contact NCHS at births@cdc.gov.

Tables A and B provide monthly, year-to-date, and 12-month ending counts and rates for births, deaths (excluding fetal deaths), and marriages, and 12-month ending rates for divorces. These counts include events occurring in the United States to nonresidents of the United States and differ from the data in preliminary and final reports that are based on place of residence. Birth, death, and infant death figures (death and infant death figures exclude fetal deaths) in Table 1 for each state are estimates by state of residence. These estimates are derived by applying adjustment ratios to the number of events recorded as occurring in the state during a 1-month period. The adjustment ratios for each data year represent the observed relationship between final state occurrence figures and final state residence figures for the 3 most recent years for which final data were available and are expressed as a single ratio for each state for births and deaths. Monthly state marriage and divorce figures shown in Table 2 represent the actual count of all events occurring in the state (state of occurrence) and are not adjusted by state of residence.

Until 1998, provisional totals for births, marriages, and divorces for the entire United States included corrections for observed differences between provisional and final figures. These corrections compensated for delays in reporting. Beginning with data for January 1998, these monthly corrections for births, marriages, and divorces have been discontinued. Further information on these changes has been provided in the National Vital Statistics Reports presenting provisional data for January (vol. 48, no. 1), February (vol. 48, no. 2), and March (vol. 48, no. 4) 1999, available from the National Center for Health Statistics website.

NCHS has ceased publishing divorce counts and rates based on provisional data from the combined 50 states because it is no longer statistically feasible to calculate estimates of monthly divorce counts for nonreporting states (California, Georgia, Hawaii, Indiana, Louisiana, and Minnesota). Instead, NCHS publishes only the 12-month divorce rates shown in Table A, based solely on the combined counts and populations for reporting states and the District of Columbia. Aggregate 1-month, cumulative counts and rates, and 12-month counts for divorces have been discontinued because of their very limited usefulness when based on less than the full complement of states. Monthly marriage and divorce counts as reported by each state will continue to be shown in Table 2.

In 2006, in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Louisiana temporarily suspended collection of marriage counts (Louisiana does not provide NCHS with divorce counts; see previous paragraph). The 12-month ending marriage rate shown in Table A for 2007, which is computed based on marriages that occurred in 2006, excludes Louisiana data; the population for this rate also excludes Louisiana. Louisiana reinstated the collection of marriage counts in 2007.

Population estimates used for computing rates originate from the U.S. Census Bureau and are based on the 2000 census. All population estimates used for a single data year are based on population estimates of the same vintage (that is, the same reference year). Changes in rates between years in part reflect differences between vintages of the population estimates. Monthly population estimates may fluctuate from month to month even among estimates of the same vintage. This is especially true for population subgroups (e.g., females 15-44). This monthly variability in population estimates will be reflected in population based rates. Monthly rates are based on populations estimated for the specific month. Year-to-date rates are averages of monthly rates that have been weighted by the number of days in the corresponding months. Rates for 12-month periods are the sum of events for the period per population estimated at the midpoint of the period. Populations have been estimated by NCHS for the 12-month divorce rates based on the 44 reporting states and the District of Columbia. Monthly infant mortality rates are based on relatively few events and are highly variable. As a result, NCHS has discontinued publishing provisional monthly state specific infant mortality rates. National monthly infant mortality rates will continue to be available in Tables A and B.

 

List of Detailed Tables

  1. Provisional number of live births and deaths: Each state and Puerto Rico, March 2008 and 2009, and cumulative figures, 2007-2009
  2. Provisional number of marriages and divorces: Each state and Puerto Rico, March 2008 and 2009, and cumulative figures, 2007-2009

 

Acknowledgments

This report was prepared by Betzaida Tejada-Vera of the Mortality Statistics Branch (MSB) and Paul D. Sutton of the Reproductive Statistics Branch (RSB) of the Division of Vital Statistics (DVS) under the general direction of Stephanie J. Ventura, Chief, RSB, and Charles J. Rothwell, Director, DVS. Connie Gentry, Chrissy Jarman, Susan McBroom, Senora Roberson, and Pam Stephenson of the Data Acquisition and Evaluation Branch (DAEB) were responsible for acquisition of the provisional data. Brenda Green, Kryn Krautheim, David Justice, Jenny Justice, and Adrienne Rouse, also of DAEB, evaluated the quality of the provisional data. This report was edited by Demarius V. Miller and Laura Drescher, CDC/NCHM/Division of Creative Services, Writer-Editor Services Branch, and typeset by Jacqueline M. Davis, CDC/NCHM/Division of Creative Services, Graphic Services Branch.

 

Copyright information

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Suggested citation

Tejada-Vera B, Sutton PD. Births, marriages, divorces, and deaths: Provisional data for March 2009. National vital statistics reports; vol 58, no 7. Hyattsville, MD: National Center for Health Statistics. 2009.

 

Tables

 

Table A

 

Table A1. Provisional vital statistics for the United States, March 2009

[Rates for infant deaths are deaths under 1 year per 1,000 live births; fertility rates are live births per 1,000 women aged 15-44 years; all other rates are per 1,000 total population. National data are based on events occurring in the United States, regardless of place of residence. Data are subject to monthly reporting variation. See "Technical Notes"]

Item March 2009 (Number) March 2008 (Number) March 2009 (Rate) March 2008 (Rate)
Live births 347,000 350,000 13.4 13.6
Fertility rate ... ... 66.1 66.6
Deaths 218,000 231,000 8.4 9.0
Infant deaths 2,300 2,400 6.5 6.9
Natural increase 129,000 119,000 5.0 4.6
Marriages1 146,000 141,000 5.6 5.5
Divorces2 --- --- --- ---
Population base (in millions) ... ... 305.9 303.5

See footnotes at end of Table A3

 

Table A2. Provisional vital statistics for the United States, March 2009

[Rates for infant deaths are deaths under 1 year per 1,000 live births; fertility rates are live births per 1,000 women aged 15-44 years; all other rates are per 1,000 total population. National data are based on events occurring in the United States, regardless of place of residence. Data are subject to monthly reporting variation. See "Technical Notes"]

Item January-March 2009 (Number) January-March 2008 (Number) January-March 2009 (Rate) January-March 2008 (Rate)
Live births 1,003,000 1,045,000 13.3 13.9
Fertility rate ... ... 65.8 67.7
Deaths 645,000 677,000 8.6 9.0
Infant deaths 6,700 7,200 6.6 6.9
Natural increase 358,000 368,000 4.7 4.9
Marriages1 395,000 408,000 5.2 5.4
Divorces2 --- --- --- ---
Population base (in millions) ... ... ... ...

See footnotes at end of Table A3

 

Table A3. Provisional vital statistics for the United States, March 2009

[Rates for infant deaths are deaths under 1 year per 1,000 live births; fertility rates are live births per 1,000 women aged 15-44 years; all other rates are per 1,000 total population. National data are based on events occurring in the United States, regardless of place of residence. Data are subject to monthly reporting variation. See "Technical Notes"]

Item 12 months ending with March 2009 (Number) 12 months ending with March 2008 (Number) 12 months ending with March 2009 (Rate) 12 months ending with March 2008 (Rate) 12 months ending with March 2007 (Rate)
Live births 4,205,000 4,316,000 13.8 14.2 14.3
Fertility rate ... ... 67.7 69.2 69.1
Deaths 2,421,000 2,450,000 7.9 8.1 8.1
Infant deaths 27,100 28,600 6.5 6.6 6.6
Natural increase 1,784,000 1,866,000 5.9 6.1 6.2
Marriages1 2,148,000 2,193,000 7.0 7.2 7.4
Divorces2 --- --- 3.4 3.6 3.7
Population base (in millions) ... ... 305.3 303.0 299.9

... Category not applicable.

--- Data not available.

1 The 12-month ending marriage figures for 2007 excludes data for Louisiana. The population for this marriage rate also excludes Louisiana.

2 Divorce figures exclude data for California, Georgia, Hawaii, Indiana, Louisiana, and Minnesota. Populations for divorce rates also exclude these states.

NOTE: Figures include all revisions received from the states and, therefore, may differ from those previously published; see "Technical Notes."

 

Table B

 

Table B1. Provisional number and rate of live births, by month: United States, January 2008-March 2009

[National data are based on events occurring in the United States, regardless of place of residence. Data are provisional and are subject to monthly reporting variation; see "Technical Notes"]

Period Number Rate per 1,000 population Rate per 1,000 population (Unadjusted) Rate per 1,000 women aged 15-44 (Seasonally adjusted1)
January 2008 356,000 13.9 67.8 71.2
February 2008 338,000 14.1 68.7 70.2
March 2008 350,000 13.6 66.6 67.1
April 2008 346,000 13.9 67.9 69.2
May 2008 355,000 13.8 67.5 68.5
June 2008 349,000 14.0 68.5 67.1
July 2008 376,000 14.6 71.4 70.0
August 2008 373,000 14.5 70.9 68.0
September 2008 369,000 14.8 72.4 68.4
October 2008 359,000 13.9 68.2 68.1
November 2008 325,000 13.0 63.8 64.7
December 2008 351,000 13.5 66.6 68.1
January 2009 341,000 13.1 64.9 68.1
February 2009 321,000 13.7 67.7 69.2
March 2009 347,000 13.4 66.1 66.7

See footnotes at end of Table B2

 

Table B2. Provisional number and rate of marriages, deaths, and infant deaths, by month: United States, January 2008-March 2009

[National data are based on events occurring in the United States, regardless of place of residence. Data are provisional and are subject to monthly reporting variation; see "Technical Notes"]

Period Number of marriages Marriage rate per 1,000 population Number of deaths Death rate per 1,000 population Number of infant deaths Infant death rate per 1,000 live births
January 2008 132,000 5.1 224,000 8.7 2,500 6.9
February 2008 136,000 5.6 222,000 9.3 2,300 6.8
March 2008 141,000 5.5 231,000 9.0 2,400 6.9
April 2008 159,000 6.4 206,000 8.3 2,200 6.4
May 2008 176,000 6.9 201,000 7.8 2,400 6.6
June 2008 218,000 8.7 190,000 7.6 2,200 6.4
July 2008 233,000 9.0 191,000 7.4 2,300 6.2
August 2008 225,000 8.7 191,000 7.4 2,400 6.5
September 2008 213,000 8.5 186,000 7.5 2,100 5.9
October 2008 206,000 8.0 198,000 7.7 2,300 6.4
November 2008 161,000 6.4 200,000 8.0 2,200 6.5
December 2008 161,000 6.2 213,000 8.2 2,200 6.3
January 2009 124,000 4.8 222,000 8.6 2,300 6.7
February 2009 125,000 5.3 204,000 8.7 2,100 6.4
March 2009 146,000 5.6 218,000 8.4 2,300 6.5

1 The method of seasonal adjustment, developed by the U.S. Census Bureau, is described in The X-11 Variant of the Census Method II Seasonal Adjustment Program, Technical Paper No. 15 (1967 revision).

NOTE: Figures include all revisions received from the states and, therefore, may differ from those previously published; see "Technical Notes."

 

Table 1

 

Table 1a. Provisional number of live births: Each state and Puerto Rico, March 2008 and 2009, and cumulative figures, 2007-2009

[Data are estimates by state of residence]

Area March 2009 March 2008 January-March 2009 January-March 2008 January-March 2007
Alabama 5,236 5,235 15,079 15,975 15,714
Alaska 990 937 2,745 2,750 2,588
Arizona 8,051 8,157 23,210 25,106 24,904
Arkansas 3,276 3,362 9,572 10,122 10,012
California 44,137 45,325 128,564 136,068 134,877
Colorado 5,770 5,968 16,509 17,032 17,210
Connecticut 3,439 3,397 9,588 9,985 10,200
Delaware 983 1,005 2,820 2,884 2,881
District of Columbia 643 673 1,773 1,961 1,891
Florida 18,813 19,110 54,418 58,291 58,749
Georgia 11,724 11,740 34,305 35,034 36,329
Hawaii 1,592 1,598 4,720 4,687 4,678
Idaho 2,002 2,105 5,639 6,282 6,110
Illinois 14,033 14,562 40,666 43,312 43,434
Indiana 7,451 7,546 21,124 21,966 21,859
Iowa 3,411 3,296 9,599 9,784 9,785
Kansas 3,482 3,425 9,999 10,243 10,337
Kentucky 4,760 4,899 13,744 14,351 14,531
Louisiana 5,079 5,030 15,234 15,806 15,973
Maine 1,162 1,164 3,253 3,343 3,451
Maryland 6,351 6,611 18,558 19,612 19,542
Massachusetts 6,211 6,395 17,637 18,724 18,585
Michigan 9,870 10,243 28,392 29,865 30,664
Minnesota 6,097 6,185 17,055 17,890 17,769
Mississippi 3,509 3,555 10,584 11,183 11,523
Missouri 6,510 6,763 18,731 19,976 19,667
Montana 1,066 1,040 3,013 3,045 2,963
Nebraska 2,294 2,217 6,462 6,498 6,494
Nevada 3,245 3,250 9,686 9,701 9,942
New Hampshire 1,184 1,139 3,367 3,371 3,551
New Jersey 9,307 9,305 26,736 27,599 28,019
New Mexico 2,308 2,487 6,784 7,311 7,337
New York 21,309 21,180 61,763 62,423 62,410
North Carolina 10,716 10,841 31,317 32,437 32,049
North Dakota 742 671 2,174 2,079 2,127
Ohio 12,412 12,456 35,334 36,467 37,056
Oklahoma 4,445 4,331 13,092 13,391 13,444
Oregon 4,058 4,013 11,366 11,806 11,669
Pennsylvania 12,415 12,397 36,324 36,513 36,203
Rhode Island 979 1,055 2,808 2,997 3,032
South Carolina 5,188 5,151 15,027 15,670 15,481
South Dakota 1,049 1,031 2,885 3,035 3,008
Tennessee 6,882 7,031 19,844 21,358 20,714
Texas 32,822 32,066 96,246 97,903 97,079
Utah 4,627 4,685 12,914 13,455 13,214
Vermont 510 538 1,505 1,529 1,572
Virginia 8,707 9,004 25,269 26,917 26,673
Washington 7,731 7,599 21,494 21,997 21,408
West Virginia 1,783 1,700 5,112 5,212 5,151
Wisconsin 6,280 6,167 17,365 17,866 17,654
Wyoming 649 683 1,838 1,965 1,867
Puerto Rico 3,574 3,452 10,608 10,833 11,290

See footnotes at end of Table 1b

 

Table 1b. Provisional number of deaths: Each state and Puerto Rico, March 2008 and 2009, and cumulative figures, 2007-2009

[Data are estimates by state of residence]

Area March 2009 March 2008 January-March 2009 January-March 2008 January-March 2007
Alabama 4,186 4,392 12,230 13,150 12,511
Alaska 314 322 902 877 872
Arizona 4,052 4,503 11,815 12,883 12,345
Arkansas 2,510 2,818 7,588 8,271 7,544
California 22,249 22,249 66,892 66,891 64,342
Colorado 2,876 2,926 8,132 8,566 7,888
Connecticut 2,402 2,773 7,465 7,949 7,773
Delaware 704 690 1,993 2,028 1,943
District of Columbia 420 462 1,235 1,352 1,379
Florida 15,836 15,821 45,930 45,912 45,197
Georgia 5,651 6,104 16,882 17,827 17,209
Hawaii 896 826 2,545 2,528 2,351
Idaho 961 1,080 2,727 2,901 2,747
Illinois 8,974 9,019 27,301 26,759 26,199
Indiana 4,587 5,453 13,684 15,326 14,578
Iowa 2,419 2,757 7,183 7,887 7,389
Kansas 2,049 2,531 6,251 7,147 6,453
Kentucky 3,636 3,912 10,782 11,218 10,467
Louisiana 3,733 3,704 11,120 11,027 10,003
Maine 1,113 1,191 3,293 3,368 3,286
Maryland 3,925 3,979 11,608 11,834 11,580
Massachusetts 5,120 5,116 14,808 14,810 14,301
Michigan 7,560 8,142 22,467 24,060 22,940
Minnesota 3,471 3,686 10,064 10,477 9,635
Mississippi 2,513 2,659 7,341 8,013 7,567
Missouri 4,786 5,635 14,259 16,420 14,576
Montana 819 806 2,239 2,296 2,210
Nebraska 1,324 1,430 3,929 4,215 4,196
Nevada 1,686 1,819 4,887 5,428 5,251
New Hampshire 881 952 2,660 2,705 2,668
New Jersey 5,877 6,753 17,950 19,424 16,393
New Mexico 1,326 1,530 3,939 4,546 4,020
New York 12,803 14,094 38,812 40,883 39,441
North Carolina 6,866 7,266 20,273 21,020 20,370
North Dakota 540 602 1,560 1,624 1,465
Ohio 9,655 10,534 28,327 30,241 28,324
Oklahoma 3,169 3,513 9,428 10,612 9,596
Oregon 2,804 2,876 8,016 8,341 7,768
Pennsylvania 12,394 12,390 34,786 35,451 33,770
Rhode Island 839 963 2,423 2,794 2,640
South Carolina 3,208 3,294 9,561 10,573 10,042
South Dakota 600 665 1,755 1,878 1,859
Tennessee 5,089 5,419 15,016 16,002 15,182
Texas 13,818 14,822 42,107 45,633 42,827
Utah 1,270 1,275 3,614 3,816 3,726
Vermont 429 449 1,282 1,262 1,413
Virginia 5,113 5,439 15,395 15,829 15,208
Washington 4,131 4,362 11,748 13,064 12,343
West Virginia 1,897 2,078 5,550 5,892 5,425
Wisconsin 4,144 4,440 12,576 12,813 12,171
Wyoming 403 366 1,022 1,110 1,141
Puerto Rico 2,531 2,472 7,314 7,651 7,233

NOTE: Figures include all revisions received from the states and, therefore, may differ from those previously published; see "Technical Notes."

 

Table 2

 

Table 2a. Provisional number of marriages: Each state and Puerto Rico, March 2008 and 2009, and cumulative figures, 2007-2009

[By state of occurrence]

Area March 20091 March 20081 January-March 20091 January-March 20081 January-March 20072
Alabama 3,229 2,831 6,934 6,744 9,074
Alaska 330 375 1,136 1,145 945
Arizona3 3,223 2,664 8,691 9,180 9,944
Arkansas 2,622 2,567 6,573 5,320 7,376
California 17,454 16,829 44,120 46,349 48,055
Colorado 2,207 1,919 6,640 10,889 5,870
Connecticut 823 961 2,040 2,590 2,747
Delaware 292 539 984 1,349 726
District of Columbia 102 164 328 380 356
Florida 12,110 12,140 33,916 34,634 36,767
Georgia 4,590 5,064 15,010 11,195 15,318
Hawaii 1,981 1,868 4,788 4,837 5,752
Idaho 872 915 2,684 2,779 2,578
Illinois 4,489 4,005 11,197 12,120 11,615
Indiana 3,122 2,205 9,059 8,204 6,604
Iowa 1,133 1,070 2,681 2,689 2,484
Kansas 1,102 1,150 3,229 3,179 2,060
Kentucky 1,965 1,694 6,714 6,472 6,241
Louisiana 3,500 3,500 10,999 10,999 7293
Maine 660 338 1,017 803 1,002
Maryland 1,982 1,510 5,186 4,711 5,801
Massachusetts 1,712 1,786 6,145 5,728 5,146
Michigan 2,333 2,436 6,365 5,899 7,375
Minnesota 1,242 1,136 3,566 3,752 3,878
Mississippi 990 1,039 3,017 3,637 3,374
Missouri 2,676 2,437 8,861 7,444 6,372
Montana 345 324 979 796 1,016
Nebraska 748 748 1,943 1,758 1,825
Nevada 9,911 9,911 25,240 26,087 28,701
New Hampshire 353 358 1,113 1,133 1,090
New Jersey 2,747 2,658 8,303 7,707 7,336
New Mexico4 1,009 784 2,947 2,318 2,417
New York3 7,955 7,717 20,314 28,506 22,427
North Carolina 4,180 114 10,944 7,799 11,133
North Dakota 170 174 604 648 517
Ohio 2,078 3,425 7,462 10,444 10,237
Oklahoma 1,946 1,834 4,526 5,035 5,319
Oregon 1,295 1,506 2,581 4,422 4,007
Pennsylvania 4,057 4,057 9,496 10,474 11,308
Rhode Island 244 253 766 712 790
South Carolina 3,134 1,833 5,142 3,855 6,382
South Dakota 261 253 784 847 834
Tennessee 3,271 4,674 9,969 14,731 12,511
Texas 16,323 17,398 44,577 39,847 40,950
Utah 970 1,460 2,326 3,946 4,836
Vermont 199 217 642 645 589
Virginia 3,309 3,509 8,972 10,384 10,493
Washington 2,360 2,375 6,588 6,990 6,370
West Virginia 747 602 2,234 1,600 2,062
Wisconsin 1,327 1,243 3,950 3,977 3,912
Wyoming 174 209 550 701 754
Puerto Rico 1,469 1,392 4,246 4,884 5,310

See footnotes at end of Table 2b

 

Table 2b. Provisional number of divorces: Each state and Puerto Rico, March 2008 and 2009, and cumulative figures, 2007-2009

[By state of occurrence. Divorces include reported annulments]

Area March 20091 March 20081 January-March 20091 January-March 20081 January-March 20072
Alabama 1,873 2,085 4,477 4,492 5,359
Alaska 244 76 803 629 765
Arizona3 2,013 1,650 5,996 5,622 5,929
Arkansas 1,411 1,249 3,592 3,286 4,131
California --- --- --- --- ---
Colorado 1,558 1,586 4,984 5,271 5,250
Connecticut 437 869 2,848 2,922 3,057
Delaware 137 232 531 696 776
District of Columbia 101 135 307 319 148
Florida 6,123 7,627 18,501 22,928 21,665
Georgia --- --- --- --- ---
Hawaii --- --- --- --- ---
Idaho 677 417 1,777 1,506 1,821
Illinois 3,031 2,615 7,413 7,529 7,461
Indiana --- --- --- --- ---
Iowa 863 768 1,922 1,947 1,785
Kansas 839 757 2,490 2,522 1,516
Kentucky 1,576 1,541 4,857 5,847 4,773
Louisiana --- --- --- --- ---
Maine 320 428 454 634 1,398
Maryland 1,400 1,333 3,307 3,331 4,099
Massachusetts 1,003 369 4,108 4,378 3,772
Michigan 2,630 2,580 7,293 7,835 8,972
Minnesota --- --- --- --- ---
Mississippi 915 939 2,698 3,402 3,077
Missouri 2,002 2,068 5,385 5,484 5,220
Montana 352 230 696 711 1,006
Nebraska 464 455 1,435 1,478 1,475
Nevada 1,479 1,479 4,049 4,006 4,110
New Hampshire 371 319 1,286 1,031 1,368
New Jersey 2,237 2,272 5,991 6,728 6,773
New Mexico4 669 716 2,042 2,151 2,211
New York3 2,792 3,405 6,624 10,767 14,007
North Carolina 2,390 3,069 7,691 8,454 8,403
North Dakota 135 139 400 429 446
Ohio 2,863 2,658 8,605 10,550 9,608
Oklahoma 1,555 1,575 3,834 4,658 4,528
Oregon 1,408 1,154 2,698 3,568 3,476
Pennsylvania 2,929 2,929 6,991 8,536 8,363
Rhode Island 365 278 914 753 775
South Carolina 1,738 1,082 2,938 2,372 3,354
South Dakota 211 161 541 521 602
Tennessee 1,866 3,040 5,967 7,531 6,799
Texas 7,213 6,636 19,762 18,665 18,665
Utah 999 849 1,998 1,998 2,471
Vermont 142 188 573 622 569
Virginia 2,498 2,550 6,229 6,795 6,834
Washington 1,958 1,882 5,724 6,498 6,452
West Virginia 938 920 2,343 2,009 2,408
Wisconsin 1,478 1,744 4,568 4,979 4,367
Wyoming 248 213 726 685 612
Puerto Rico 1,139 1,014 3,970 3,452 4,197

--- Data not available.

1 Figures based on monthly counts and may be underreported.

2 Figures based on final annual counts.

3 Figures for marriages are licenses issued for some counties.

4 Figures for marriages are marriage licenses issued.

NOTE: Figures include all revisions received from the states and, therefore, may differ from those previously published; see "Technical Notes."

 

 
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