Number of births and deaths in the United States in 2015, by state

Births and deaths in the U.S. in 2015, by state This graph displays the total number of births and deaths in the United States in 2015, by state of residence. In 2015, around 59,657 babies were born and 51,909 people died in Texas.
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BirthsDeaths
Alabama 59,65751,909
Alaska 11,2824,316
Arizona 85,35154,299
Arkansas 38,88631,617
California 491,748259,206
Colorado 66,58136,349
Connecticut 35,74630,535
Delaware 11,1668,582
District of Columbia 9,5784,871
Florida 224,269191,737
Georgia 131,40479,942
Hawaii 18,42011,053
Idaho 22,82713,026
Illinois 158,116106,872
Indiana 84,04062,713
Iowa 39,48229,600
Kansas 39,15426,664
Kentucky 55,97146,564
Louisiana 64,69243,716
Maine 12,60714,479
Maryland 73,61647,247
Massachusetts 71,49257,806
Michigan 113,31295,140
Minnesota 69,83442,800
Mississippi 38,39431,783
Missouri 75,06159,871
Montana 12,5839,942
Nebraska 26,67916,740
Nevada 36,29822,879
New Hampshire 12,43311,984
New Jersey 103,12772,271
New Mexico 25,81617,685
New York237,274153,628
North Carolina 120,84389,133
North Dakota 11,3146,223
Ohio 139,26411,818
Oklahoma 53,12239,422
Oregon 45,65535,705
Pennsylvania 141,047132,598
Rhode Island 10,99310,163
South Carolina 58,13947,198
South Dakota 12,3367,731
Tennessee 81,68566,570
Texas 403,618189,654
Utah 50,77817,334
Vermont 5,9035,919
Virginia 103,30365,577
Washington 88,99054,595
West Virginia 19,80522,752
Wisconsin 67,04151,264
Wyoming 7,7654,778
BirthsDeaths
Alabama 59,65751,909
Alaska 11,2824,316
Arizona 85,35154,299
Arkansas 38,88631,617
California 491,748259,206
Colorado 66,58136,349
Connecticut 35,74630,535
Delaware 11,1668,582
District of Columbia 9,5784,871
Florida 224,269191,737
Georgia 131,40479,942
Hawaii 18,42011,053
Idaho 22,82713,026
Illinois 158,116106,872
Indiana 84,04062,713
Iowa 39,48229,600
Kansas 39,15426,664
Kentucky 55,97146,564
Louisiana 64,69243,716
Maine 12,60714,479
Maryland 73,61647,247
Massachusetts 71,49257,806
Michigan 113,31295,140
Minnesota 69,83442,800
Mississippi 38,39431,783
Missouri 75,06159,871
Montana 12,5839,942
Nebraska 26,67916,740
Nevada 36,29822,879
New Hampshire 12,43311,984
New Jersey 103,12772,271
New Mexico 25,81617,685
New York237,274153,628
North Carolina 120,84389,133
North Dakota 11,3146,223
Ohio 139,26411,818
Oklahoma 53,12239,422
Oregon 45,65535,705
Pennsylvania 141,047132,598
Rhode Island 10,99310,163
South Carolina 58,13947,198
South Dakota 12,3367,731
Tennessee 81,68566,570
Texas 403,618189,654
Utah 50,77817,334
Vermont 5,9035,919
Virginia 103,30365,577
Washington 88,99054,595
West Virginia 19,80522,752
Wisconsin 67,04151,264
Wyoming 7,7654,778
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This graph displays the total number of births and deaths in the United States in 2015, by state of residence. In 2015, around 59,657 babies were born and 51,909 people died in Texas.
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Release date
November 2017
Region
United States
Survey time period
2015
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Data regarding the number of births can be found here.

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