Age

15–19

1,864

39.2 (2.9)

41.0 (2.7)

14.3 (2.1)

5.5 (1.2)

20–24

3,607

41.9 (2.3)

38.3 (2.1)

13.3 (1.6)

6.5 (1.2)

25–29

4,372

51.6 (2.0)

25.7 (1.9)

13.0 (1.6)

9.7 (1.1)

30–34

4,614

51.8 (1.8)

22.6 (1.6)

14.8 (1.4)

10.9 (1.2)

35–39

3,763

44.6 (2.1)

21.5 (1.7)

20.6 (1.6)

13.2 (1.6)

40–44

2,643

41.6 (2.3)

18.2 (2.0)

20.8 (1.9)

19.4 (1.9)

Residence in metropolitan area

MSA, central city

7,378

44.1 (1.5)

31.7 (1.5)

15.6 (1.0)

8.6 (1.0)

MSA, other

9,802

48.7 (1.3)

22.6 (1.1)

15.5 (0.9)

13.2 (0.8)

Non-MSA

3,709

44.8 (2.5)

28.4 (2.2)

17.8 (1.9)

9.0 (1.5)

Region

Northeast

3,686

42.5 (2.7)

25.4 (2.7)

18.2 (1.6)

13.8 (1.7)

South

7,876

46.4 (1.5)

29.4 (1.4)

15.3 (1.0)

8.8 (0.8)

Midwest

4,269

44.6 (2.5)

24.4 (1.8)

20.2 (2.0)

10.8 (1.5)

West

5,058

50.7 (1.4)

25.8 (1.5)

11.6 (1.0)

11.9 (1.0)

Poverty-level income

0–149%

5,685

36.5 (1.5)

41.1 (1.7)

16.1 (1.2)

6.4 (1.0)

150% or more

15,204

50.1 (1.1)

21.5 (1.0)

15.9 (0.8)

12.5 (0.7)

NOTE: MSA = metropolitan statistical area.

a Includes community clinics, family planning, public health, and other clinics.

b Includes other places such as school or college, military facility, home, job site, laboratory, or donation site.

c Includes women classified as "other" races, not shown separately because of small sample size.



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