Birthrate among U.S. young adult females from 1973-2013

Birthrate among U.S. females aged 20-24 years from 1973 to 2013 (per 1,000 women)

Birthrate among U.S. young adult females from 1973-2013 This statistic depicts the rate of births per 1,000 U.S. females aged 20-24 years from 1973 to 2013. According to the data, the birthrate among females aged 20-24 has fallen from 119.8 births in the year 1973 to 80.2 births in the year 2013.
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Birthrate among U.S. females aged 20-24 years from 1973 to 2013 (per 1,000 women)

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Rate per 1,000 women aged 20-24
1973119.8
1974117.8
1975113
1976110.2
1977112.9
1978109.8
1979112.7
1980114.8
1981112.2
1982111.6
1983107.8
1984106.8
1985108.3
1986107.4
1987107.9
1988110.2
1989113.7
1990116.4
1991115.3
1992113.7
1993111.3
1994109.2
1995107.5
1996107.8
1997107.3
1998108.4
1999107.9
2000108.9
2001105.6
2002103.1
2003102.3
2004101.5
2005101.8
2006105.5
2007105.4
2008101.8
200996.2
201089.5
201185.2
201282.9
201380.2
Rate per 1,000 women aged 20-24
1973119.8
1974117.8
1975113
1976110.2
1977112.9
1978109.8
1979112.7
1980114.8
1981112.2
1982111.6
1983107.8
1984106.8
1985108.3
1986107.4
1987107.9
1988110.2
1989113.7
1990116.4
1991115.3
1992113.7
1993111.3
1994109.2
1995107.5
1996107.8
1997107.3
1998108.4
1999107.9
2000108.9
2001105.6
2002103.1
2003102.3
2004101.5
2005101.8
2006105.5
2007105.4
2008101.8
200996.2
201089.5
201185.2
201282.9
201380.2
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This statistic depicts the rate of births per 1,000 U.S. females aged 20-24 years from 1973 to 2013. According to the data, the birthrate among females aged 20-24 has fallen from 119.8 births in the year 1973 to 80.2 births in the year 2013.
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Release date
September 2017
Region
United States
Survey time period
2013
Age group
20-24 years
Special properties
female young adults
Supplementary notes
"All rates are the number of events per 1,000 women aged 20–24; pregnancy rate includes estimated number of pregnancies ending in miscarriage or stillbirth."
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