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National Vital Statistics Report

Volume 58, Number 13

 

Births, Marriages, Divorces, and Deaths: Provisional Data for June 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, June 2008 and 2009, and cumulative figures, 2007-2009
  2. Provisional number of marriages and divorces: Each state and Puerto Rico, June 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 June 2009. National vital statistics reports; vol 58, no 13. Hyattsville, MD: National Center for Health Statistics. 2009.

 

Tables

 

Table A

 

Table A1. Provisional vital statistics for the United States, June 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 June 2009 (Number) June 2008 (Number) June 2009 (Rate) June 2008 (Rate)
Live births 345,000 349,000 13.7 14.0
Fertility rate 67.9 68.5
Deaths 191,000 190,000 7.6 7.6
Infant deaths 2,200 2,200 6.2 6.4
Natural increase 154,000 159,000 6.1 6.4
Marriages1 214,000 218,000 8.5 8.7
Divorces2 --- --- --- ---
Population base (in millions) 306.6 304.2

See footnotes at end of Table A3

 

Table A2. Provisional vital statistics for the United States, June 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-June 2009 (Number) January-June 2008 (Number) January-June 2009 (Rate) January-June 2008 (Rate)
Live births 2,032,000 2,095,000 13.4 13.9
Fertility rate 66.2 67.8
Deaths 1,240,000 1,274,000 8.2 8.4
Infant deaths 13,600 14,100 6.6 6.7
Natural increase 792,000 821,000 5.2 5.5
Marriages1 948,000 962,000 6.2 6.4
Divorces2 --- --- --- ---
Population base (in millions)

See footnotes at end of Table A3

 

Table A3. Provisional vital statistics for the United States, June 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 June 2009 (Number) 12 months ending with June 2008 (Number) 12 months ending with June 2009 (Rate) 12 months ending with June 2008 (Rate) 12 months ending with June 2007 (Rate)
Live births 4,185,000 4,311,000 13.7 14.2 14.3
Fertility rate ... ... 67.6 69.4 69.1
Deaths 2,419,000 2,457,000 7.9 8.1 8.0
Infant deaths 27,100 28,300 6.5 6.6 6.6
Natural increase 1,766,000 1,854,000 5.8 6.1 6.3
Marriages1 2,148,000 2,132,000 7.0 7.0 7.3
Divorces2 --- --- 3.4 3.5 3.6
Population base (in millions) ... ... 305.5 303.1 300.9

... 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-June 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 338,000 13.0 64.4 67.6
February 2009 318,000 13.5 66.9 68.4
March 2009 348,000 13.4 66.2 66.8
April 2009 338,000 13.4 66.5 67.7
May 2009 345,000 13.3 65.7 66.6
June 2009 345,000 13.7 67.9 66.5

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-June 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 125,000 4.8 222,000 8.6 2,400 6.9
February 2009 128,000 5.4 206,000 8.8 2,100 6.7
March 2009 147,000 5.7 219,000 8.4 2,300 6.6
April 2009 163,000 6.5 203,000 8.1 2,300 6.8
May 2009 172,000 6.6 199,000 7.7 2,200 6.4
June 2009 214,000 8.5 191,000 7.6 2,200 6.2

1The 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, June 2008 and 2009, and cumulative figures, 2007-2009

[Data are estimates by state of residence]

Area June 2009 June 2008 January-June 2009 January-June 2008 January-June 2007
Alabama 5,237 5,181 30,368 31,540 31,329
Alaska 1,025 998 5,669 5,630 5,394
Arizona 7,378 7,739 45,422 48,707 49,483
Arkansas 3,329 3,219 19,147 19,791 19,919
California 41,671 44,703 255,403 270,872 271,477
Colorado 5,777 5,935 34,067 35,002 35,029
Connecticut 3,351 3,442 19,590 20,251 20,589
Delaware 964 982 5,752 5,876 5,716
District of Columbia 647 617 3,883 3,909 3,803
Florida 17,765 18,156 107,790 113,564 116,053
Georgia 11,776 11,483 69,190 69,491 69,690
Hawaii 1,499 1,601 9,367 9,402 9,326
Idaho 2,028 2,247 11,801 12,943 12,522
Illinois 14,116 14,712 84,145 87,770 88,916
Indiana 7,201 7,399 42,805 44,139 43,924
Iowa 3,281 3,344 19,708 19,906 19,935
Kansas 3,584 3,461 20,362 20,462 20,694
Kentucky 4,810 4,853 28,061 28,604 29,063
Louisiana 5,361 5,325 30,687 30,880 31,442
Maine 1,188 1,168 6,763 6,876 7,104
Maryland 6,416 6,488 37,575 39,225 39,112
Massachusetts 6,454 6,556 36,807 38,415 38,364
Michigan 10,047 10,132 58,370 60,898 62,223
Minnesota 6,021 6,169 35,079 36,522 36,532
Mississippi 3,513 3,648 20,879 21,884 22,461
Missouri 6,646 6,743 38,457 40,147 40,049
Montana 1,066 1,092 6,169 6,334 6,135
Nebraska 2,347 2,217 13,276 13,234 13,341
Nevada 3,247 3,250 18,600 19,442 19,982
New Hampshire 1,249 1,250 6,952 7,096 7,124
New Jersey 9,422 9,394 54,598 55,933 56,836
New Mexico 2,476 2,514 14,137 14,628 14,792
New York 22,021 21,262 126,199 126,376 126,568
North Carolina 10,475 10,777 62,715 64,342 63,801
North Dakota 772 835 4,486 4,467 4,369
Ohio 12,310 12,153 72,015 73,995 74,438
Oklahoma 4,502 4,507 26,487 26,693 26,909
Oregon 4,137 4,179 23,553 24,553 24,316
Pennsylvania 12,342 12,319 73,983 74,107 73,589
Rhode Island 988 1,008 5,731 6,094 6,307
South Carolina 5,090 5,001 30,037 30,776 30,682
South Dakota 1,074 1,033 6,036 6,150 6,164
Tennessee 6,838 6,975 39,980 42,172 41,614
Texas 33,648 32,426 194,041 195,395 192,121
Utah 4,750 4,964 27,199 27,986 27,554
Vermont 527 572 3,080 3,244 3,221
Virginia 8,613 8,739 51,578 53,110 53,568
Washington 7,738 7,760 44,542 45,305 44,194
West Virginia 1,770 1,656 10,273 10,335 10,521
Wisconsin 6,181 6,119 35,639 36,297 36,177
Wyoming 646 682 3,866 3,975 3,949
Puerto Rico 3,415 3,489 20,895 21,370 21,980

See footnotes at end of Table 1b

 

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

[Data are estimates by state of residence]

Area June 2009 June 2008 January-June 2009 January-June 2008 January-June 2007
Alabama 3,687 3,704 23,786 24,716 23,812
Alaska 279 304 1,765 1,760 1,701
Arizona 3,478 3,529 23,034 24,217 23,360
Arkansas 2,270 2,231 14,640 15,184 14,502
California 18,362 18,289 124,018 123,717 122,170
Colorado 2,336 2,536 15,653 16,465 15,327
Connecticut 2,177 2,241 14,459 15,066 14,751
Delaware 620 607 3,912 3,818 3,705
District of Columbia 420 428 2,482 2,653 2,652
Florida 13,402 13,326 87,858 88,690 86,904
Georgia 5,063 5,383 32,643 34,429 32,823
Hawaii 774 737 4,951 4,833 4,785
Idaho 835 897 5,506 5,696 5,444
Illinois 9,444 7,670 53,389 50,730 50,171
Indiana 4,230 4,176 26,709 28,875 27,784
Iowa 2,065 2,153 13,870 14,799 13,758
Kansas 1,853 1,815 12,089 12,991 12,294
Kentucky 3,119 3,171 20,698 21,229 20,279
Louisiana 3,214 3,164 21,001 20,798 19,492
Maine 922 989 6,316 6,449 6,445
Maryland 3,482 3,396 22,294 22,481 22,420
Massachusetts 4,060 3,861 27,838 27,593 27,380
Michigan 6,755 6,698 43,537 45,397 43,910
Minnesota 2,868 2,939 19,037 19,694 18,318
Mississippi 2,270 2,216 14,274 14,873 14,549
Missouri 4,332 4,147 27,680 29,838 27,682
Montana 656 735 4,405 4,515 4,302
Nebraska 1,127 1,132 7,528 8,035 7,751
Nevada 1,609 1,517 9,797 10,210 10,301
New Hampshire 810 838 5,133 5,266 5,184
New Jersey 5,380 5,416 34,253 36,483 34,502
New Mexico 1,194 1,206 7,799 8,346 7,825
New York 11,137 11,574 74,110 77,274 75,662
North Carolina 6,169 6,062 39,150 39,736 38,848
North Dakota 478 468 3,067 3,055 2,767
Ohio 8,240 8,386 54,135 56,634 54,169
Oklahoma 2,754 2,792 17,852 19,221 18,259
Oregon 2,484 2,590 15,773 16,365 14,954
Pennsylvania 9,891 9,883 66,108 66,758 64,391
Rhode Island 760 745 4,742 5,141 5,079
South Carolina 2,896 2,922 18,777 19,198 18,996
South Dakota 531 527 3,478 3,589 3,394
Tennessee 4,576 4,482 29,072 30,068 29,085
Texas 12,912 12,576 82,023 84,890 81,003
Utah 1,168 1,086 7,158 7,174 7,181
Vermont 390 396 2,517 2,567 2,628
Virginia 4,652 4,510 29,568 29,759 29,481
Washington 3,750 3,866 24,284 25,429 23,935
West Virginia 1,637 1,615 10,765 11,036 10,591
Wisconsin 3,601 3,588 23,114 24,105 23,392
Wyoming 340 368 2,086 2,114 2,131
Puerto Rico 2,457 2,241 14,672 14,578 14,656

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, June 2008 and 2009, and cumulative figures, 2007-2009

[By state of occurrence. Divorces include reported annulments]

Area June 20091 June 20081 January-June 20091 January-June 20081 January-June 20072
Alabama 4,418 4,265 18,003 17,690 21,138
Alaska 639 606 2,394 2,508 2,475
Arizona3 2,999 3,571 18,408 20,343 21,030
Arkansas 3,398 3,732 15,731 14,255 17,118
California 21,815 29,314 105,778 115,910 114,461
Colorado 3,596 2,453 14,234 17,978 15,521
Connecticut 1,736 2,215 5,968 7,735 8,041
Delaware 135 548 2,410 2,870 2,302
District of Columbia 268 259 898 1,125 1,138
Florida 13,058 14,044 74,044 76,825 80,338
Georgia 6,337 4,892 31,798 25,333 34,049
Hawaii 2,215 2,294 10,945 11,394 13,069
Idaho 1,468 1,700 6,028 6,266 6,607
Illinois 8,738 8,770 30,828 32,578 31,479
Indiana 5,112 4,629 23,288 21,487 19,699
Iowa 3,035 2,913 8,510 8,046 8,399
Kansas 1,720 1,904 7,681 7,841 6,796
Kentucky 4,123 2,782 16,000 14,383 15,883
Louisiana 1,056 1,056 16,500 16,500 15,501
Maine 1,133 959 2,908 2,549 3,357
Maryland 3,367 3,850 14,359 14,380 16,706
Massachusetts 3,397 3,805 16,110 13,515 15,152
Michigan 6,644 6,491 20,505 19,529 23,149
Minnesota 3,775 3,524 11,130 11,435 11,611
Mississippi 1,692 1,576 7,040 8,036 8,125
Missouri 5,294 4,388 20,507 17,800 18,604
Montana 891 955 2,763 2,721 2,978
Nebraska 1,542 1,656 5,730 5,916 5,554
Nevada 9,974 10,212 53,997 56,069 61,561
New Hampshire 968 996 3,109 3,253 3,543
New Jersey 5,593 2,568 20,858 16,547 20,253
New Mexico4 750 783 5,526 4,356 5,629
New York3 10,358 10,956 49,280 57,162 57,163
North Carolina 6,132 6,132 24,687 21,346 30,281
North Dakota 455 418 1,521 1,542 1,770
Ohio 4,572 6,665 22,654 25,531 30,211
Oklahoma 2,709 3,009 11,233 12,349 12,735
Oregon 2,013 2,364 7,583 9,743 10,404
Pennsylvania 7,889 7,889 30,443 31,421 32,699
Rhode Island 621 799 2,356 2,495 2,600
South Carolina 3,163 1,880 14,371 9,896 17,163
South Dakota 907 892 2,444 2,602 2,506
Tennessee 6,287 6,039 23,061 29,600 30,197
Texas 18,075 18,710 92,343 88,470 88,602
Utah 2,888 2,064 11,170 9,160 12,418
Vermont 362 432 1,416 1,491 1,861
Virginia 6,201 6,403 25,153 26,878 27,656
Washington 4,121 3,812 16,150 16,360 16,267
West Virginia 1,184 1,090 5,018 4,345 5,986
Wisconsin 3,996 4,052 11,490 12,023 13,042
Wyoming 738 642 1,868 2,013 2,053
Puerto Rico 1,866 1,771 8,773 9,355 10,549

See footnotes at end of Table 2b

 

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

[By state of occurrence. Divorces include reported annulments]

Area June 20091 June 20081 January-June 20091 January-June 20081 January-June 20072
Alabama 2,219 1,736 10,078 9,697 11,047
Alaska 452 184 1,604 1,380 1,589
Arizona3 2,017 1,925 12,061 11,706 12,059
Arkansas 1,235 1,322 8,021 7,930 8,689
California --- --- --- --- ---
Colorado 1,987 1,835 10,386 10,491 10,539
Connecticut 362 849 4,528 5,564 5,752
Delaware 328 292 1,399 1,552 1,634
District of Columbia 143 148 543 711 432
Florida 6,043 7,049 38,551 42,977 43,478
Georgia --- --- --- --- ---
Hawaii --- --- --- --- ---
Idaho 669 571 3,746 3,273 3,733
Illinois 2,959 3,142 16,336 16,134 16,098
Indiana --- --- --- --- ---
Iowa 716 743 3,726 3,489 3,758
Kansas 634 783 4,486 4,911 3,876
Kentucky 1,710 1,554 10,037 11,181 9,952
Louisiana --- --- --- --- ---
Maine 588 551 1,902 1,971 2,843
Maryland 1,598 1,574 7,349 7,265 8,642
Massachusetts 1,515 178 3,698 5,963 7,477
Michigan 2,875 2,912 15,952 16,707 17,697
Minnesota --- --- --- --- ---
Mississippi 1,091 926 5,791 6,492 6,749
Missouri 1,898 2,335 11,159 11,356 11,148
Montana 226 325 1,775 1,703 2,059
Nebraska 648 588 3,117 3,098 3,079
Nevada 1,618 1399 8,895 8,391 8,145
New Hampshire 358 389 2,474 2,457 2,609
New Jersey 2,411 2,498 12,607 14,033 13,751
New Mexico4 711 639 4,106 4,183 4,517
New York3 3,398 4,602 18,178 23,828 29,420
North Carolina 3,097 3,097 16,403 17,166 18,807
North Dakota 172 151 834 931 951
Ohio 3,283 3,027 18,146 19,711 19,931
Oklahoma 1,483 1,694 7,846 9,655 9,379
Oregon 1,303 1,408 6,581 7,656 7,383
Pennsylvania 2,869 2,869 15,537 17,082 17,501
Rhode Island 242 179 1,611 1,476 1,574
South Carolina 1,225 1,051 5,810 5,516 6,794
South Dakota 258 200 1,266 1,176 1,217
Tennessee 2,698 2,311 12,867 13,720 14,406
Texas 7,781 7,781 42,640 39,758 40,715
Utah 999 849 4,645 4,345 4,916
Vermont 165 169 1,027 1,169 1,172
Virginia 2,759 2,782 14,365 14,800 14,772
Washington 2,542 1,527 13,049 12,263 13,119
West Virginia 848 778 4,582 4,355 4,869
Wisconsin 1,842 1,519 8,884 9,117 8,453
Wyoming 157 163 1,441 1,256 1,306
Puerto Rico 1,233 1,261 7,610 7,560 8,429

--- 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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