U.S. residents who ever had a biological child 2011-2015, by education and gender

Percentage of U.S. residents aged 15 to 44 years who ever had a biological child as of 2011-2015, by education and gender

U.S. residents who ever had a biological child 2011-2015, by education and gender This statistic displays the percentage of U.S. residents aged 15 to 44 who ever had a biological child as of 2011-2015, by gender and education. According to the data, among women with no high school diploma or GED, 93.3 percent had biological children.
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Percentage of U.S. residents aged 15 to 44 years who ever had a biological child as of 2011-2015, by education and gender

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WomenMen
No high school diploma or GED93.3%74.4%
High school diploma or GED80.7%61.8%
Some college, no bachelor's degree66.8%49.4%
Bachelor's degree or higher53.8%48.9%
WomenMen
No high school diploma or GED93.3%74.4%
High school diploma or GED80.7%61.8%
Some college, no bachelor's degree66.8%49.4%
Bachelor's degree or higher53.8%48.9%
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This statistic displays the percentage of U.S. residents aged 15 to 44 who ever had a biological child as of 2011-2015, by gender and education. According to the data, among women with no high school diploma or GED, 93.3 percent had biological children.
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