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Percentage of live births by Cesarean delivery in Vermont in 2016, by ethnicity

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Cesarean delivery percentage in Vermont by ethnicity 2016 This statistic depicts the percentage of live births by Cesarean delivery in Vermont during 2016, by ethnicity. In that year, some 23.5 percent of all live births among Hispanics in Vermont were by Cesarean delivery.
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This statistic depicts the percentage of live births by Cesarean delivery in Vermont during 2016, by ethnicity. In that year, some 23.5 percent of all live births among Hispanics in Vermont were by Cesarean delivery.
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Release date
January 2018
Region
United States
Survey time period
2016
Supplementary notes
Total: Includes races other than white and black and origin not stated.
White/Black: Race and Hispanic origin are reported separately on birth certificates. Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Race categories are consistent with 1977 Office of Management and Budget standards. Forty-nine states and the District of Columbia reported multiple-race data for 2015 that were bridged to single-race categories for comparability with other states.
Hispanic: Includes all persons of Hispanic origin of any race.

*igures for non-Hispanic Black women "does not meet standards of reliability or precision; based on fewer than 20 births in the numerator."

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