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15-44 years s 10-14 years
Total
15-17 years  18-19 years20-24 years 25-29 years 30-34 years 35-39 years 40-44 years 45-49 years
rs
313,914,040
62,744,930
10,102,004
10,397,841
6,136,924
4,260,917
11,033,747
10,553,440
10,417,089
9,773,586
10,569,227
10,962,854
Total
1
248,224,553
47,641,985
7,675,985
7,880,357
4,667,986
3,212,371
8,295,683
8,008,632
7,884,217
7,407,546
8,165,550
8,626,750
Non-Hispanic
2
200,698,847
36,750,263
5,633,622
5,905,231
3,487,889
2,417,342
6,381,206
6,194,866
6,059,124
5,665,167
6,544,669
7,198,963
Total
1
43,203,092
9,734,110
1,670,741
1,759,361
1,019,768
739,593
1,862,743
1,603,612
1,567,194
1,438,440
1,502,760
1,530,471
Non-Hispanic
2
40,391,388
9,054,116
1,539,034
1,635,339
945,736
689,603
1,731,526
1,482,708
1,450,157
1,338,520
1,415,866
1,453,232
American Indian or 
Alaska Native
Total
1
4,398,436
981,548
184,693
185,551
109,243
76,308
185,681
166,357
158,510
143,811
141,638
140,092
Asian or Pacific 
Islander
Total
1
18,087,959
4,387,287
570,585
572,572
339,927
232,645
689,640
774,839
807,168
783,789
759,279
665,541
Total
53,027,708
12,203,306
2,297,907
2,218,259
1,325,174
893,085
2,163,324
2,043,553
2,048,526
1,936,896
1,792,748
1,577,959
Mexican
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Puerto Rican
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Cuban
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Other Hispanic
4
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4  Includes Central and South American and other and unknown Hispanic.
All races and origins
White
Black
15-19 years
Total 
population  
--- Data not available.
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau. See references 47 and 54.
NOTES: Population count estimates are based on the 2010 census; see "Technical Notes."  Race categories are consistent with the 1977 Office of Management and Budget (OMB) standards.  
Multiple-race population estimates were bridged to the single race categories of the 1977 OMB standards for comparability with the birth data; see "Technical Notes." Population estimates 
for Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Central and Other Hispanic, which includes includes Central and South American and other and unknown Hispanic, are based on the American Community 
Survey adjusted to resident population control totals (the 2010-based population estimates for the United States for July 1, 2012). Population estimates for Hispanic total are based on 
the 2010 census, as of Juy 1, 2012. Population estimates by specified Hispanic origin in this table may not add to population estimates for total Hispanic. Standard errors are shown in 
parentheses below each population estimate. 
Race and Hispanic origin
Female population
Table 1. Estimated total population, by race and Hispanic origin and specified Hispanic origin group and estimated female population, by age and race and Hispanic origin and specified 
Hispanic origin group of woman, and standard errors by age and specified Hispanic origin group: United States, 2012
[Populations estimated as of July 1]
1  Persons of Hispanic origin are included for this race group.
2  Persons of non-Hispanic origin may be of any race.
Hispanic
3
3  Includes all persons of Hispanic origin of any race.
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Total
15-17 years
18-19 years
United States
313,914,040
62,744,930
10,102,004
10,397,841
6,136,924
4,260,917
11,033,747
10,553,440
10,417,089
9,773,586
10,569,227
10,962,854
Alabama
4,822,023
959,003
157,414
158,223
93,778
64,445
176,721
157,071
156,557
149,864
160,567
167,379
Alaska
731,449
147,310
24,475
23,681
14,757
8,924
26,829
27,688
24,788
21,758
22,566
24,123
Arizona
6,553,255
1,281,057
222,627
216,974
131,215
85,759
228,468
214,147
212,548
200,386
208,534
206,270
Arkansas
2,949,131
572,675
97,353
95,250
57,356
37,894
103,292
96,026
95,319
89,318
93,470
98,097
California
38,041,430
7,959,596
1,242,611
1,316,658
785,730
530,928
1,407,397
1,345,492
1,321,501
1,250,927
1,317,621
1,305,848
Colorado
5,187,582
1,050,616
167,254
163,502
95,997
67,505
174,836
184,262
183,544
168,180
176,292
174,729
Connecticut
3,590,347
686,665
114,530
124,986
72,086
52,900
110,187
108,559
108,167
105,998
128,768
142,917
Delaware
917,092
179,542
28,010
30,390
16,869
13,521
33,451
29,237
29,118
26,750
30,596
33,655
District of Columbia
632,323
170,060
12,651
20,511
8,233
12,278
32,649
41,207
33,095
22,744
19,854
18,841
Florida
19,317,568
3,612,609
554,979
570,075
341,723
228,352
644,718
602,534
586,222
571,494
637,566
687,264
Georgia
9,919,945
2,088,555
343,819
340,208
200,850
139,358
356,721
339,333
348,127
339,531
364,635
360,629
Hawaii
1,392,313
265,029
39,374
39,381
23,966
15,415
46,128
48,103
45,627
41,546
44,244
45,082
Idaho
1,595,728
309,836
58,271
55,452
33,513
21,939
55,283
51,260
52,096
47,682
48,063
48,653
Illinois
12,875,255
2,613,073
423,514
434,055
261,016
173,039
440,222
445,237
444,084
411,739
437,736
449,277
Indiana
6,537,334
1,286,576
221,435
223,128
132,353
90,775
234,859
207,064
209,497
199,317
212,711
224,041
Iowa
3,074,186
579,691
98,403
103,699
59,006
44,693
108,077
94,659
96,094
85,130
92,032
99,644
Kansas
2,885,905
557,854
97,246
96,979
57,341
39,638
101,975
96,021
93,055
83,438
86,386
92,648
Kentucky
4,380,415
851,982
139,188
137,030
81,902
55,128
151,995
137,674
143,026
135,851
146,406
154,192
Louisiana
4,601,893
934,760
151,441
149,959
89,337
60,622
176,694
167,833
157,695
137,248
145,331
155,940
Maine
1,329,192
237,226
37,522
41,174
23,839
17,335
39,179
37,340
37,307
37,355
44,871
50,771
Maryland
5,884,563
1,198,632
184,443
193,764
113,757
80,007
197,454
205,418
200,929
186,881
214,186
230,657
Massachusetts
6,646,144
1,353,528
195,857
229,111
123,362
105,749
237,088
234,332
216,089
202,812
234,096
254,484
Michigan
9,883,360
1,896,731
322,090
339,032
200,736
138,296
352,366
292,345
296,689
286,205
330,094
352,768
Minnesota
5,379,139
1,046,298
172,358
177,697
104,606
73,091
174,684
182,743
181,287
157,309
172,578
188,097
Mississippi
2,984,926
602,305
102,216
103,793
60,921
42,872
111,422
98,104
99,080
92,507
97,399
100,515
Missouri
6,021,988
1,172,699
192,863
196,245
116,317
79,928
212,684
200,475
195,707
176,592
190,996
206,527
Montana
1,005,141
181,884
29,810
31,003
18,234
12,769
33,973
30,956
30,376
26,939
28,637
31,996
Nebraska
1,855,525
358,575
61,480
62,418
35,911
26,507
64,179
62,218
61,115
53,630
55,015
58,796
Nevada
2,758,931
554,337
89,220
85,608
54,542
31,066
92,547
95,155
95,679
90,459
94,889
92,365
New Hampshire
1,320,718
245,727
39,491
45,524
25,670
19,854
41,987
36,643
37,117
37,462
46,994
53,664
New Jersey
8,864,590
1,726,967
282,657
285,885
175,427
110,458
267,978
276,770
287,690
284,802
323,842
348,086
New Mexico
2,085,538
399,200
69,835
68,952
41,428
27,524
72,157
69,391
65,867
60,223
62,610
67,222
New York
19,570,261
4,037,720
580,497
640,786
369,426
271,360
712,666
716,659
674,177
615,883
677,549
720,669
North Carolina
9,752,073
1,963,293
317,189
316,767
183,363
133,404
338,887
317,764
322,589
319,016
348,270
347,450
North Dakota
699,628
135,420
19,548
22,765
12,265
10,500
29,730
24,313
21,786
18,069
18,757
21,104
Ohio
11,544,225
2,212,336
374,586
383,772
227,635
156,137
390,872
359,957
358,828
337,932
380,975
404,063
Oklahoma
3,814,820
747,994
126,572
123,520
73,233
50,287
139,228
130,163
125,481
113,396
116,206
121,241
Oregon
3,899,353
763,832
118,023
119,662
71,766
47,896
131,128
129,455
134,294
122,834
126,459
124,041
Pennsylvania
12,763,536
2,425,630
379,931
424,634
239,284
185,350
438,929
400,168
382,973
359,699
419,227
457,147
Rhode Island
1,050,292
211,180
30,123
38,216
19,339
18,877
41,521
33,179
32,249
30,209
35,806
39,521
South Carolina
4,723,723
931,369
148,707
151,482
86,864
64,618
172,304
154,019
151,848
144,288
157,428
165,347
South Dakota
833,354
155,019
26,176
27,881
16,097
11,784
28,355
27,164
26,056
22,384
23,179
25,936
Tennessee
6,456,243
1,283,356
206,563
205,291
123,040
82,251
226,885
212,712
213,230
203,585
221,653
228,748
Texas
26,059,203
5,476,662
946,928
910,824
551,766
359,058
937,209
930,372
925,423
879,531
893,303
862,527
Utah
2,855,287
619,413
116,011
107,266
64,625
42,641
119,095
107,108
111,266
93,648
81,030
74,468
Vermont
626,011
116,464
17,559
22,110
11,410
10,700
21,325
17,636
17,930
17,023
20,440
23,418
Virginia
8,185,867
1,670,773
252,553
265,240
152,367
112,873
287,460
286,367
280,865
262,174
288,667
304,836
Washington
6,897,012
1,376,835
213,253
214,478
129,481
84,997
236,674
238,802
237,696
217,116
232,069
232,707
West Virginia
1,855,413
339,610
53,153
54,571
32,258
22,313
61,298
52,209
56,278
55,251
60,003
62,879
Wisconsin
5,726,398
1,088,434
182,673
190,295
110,351
79,944
191,920
180,550
180,130
163,234
182,305
203,967
Wyoming
576,412
108,992
17,522
17,934
10,576
7,358
20,061
19,546
18,898
16,237
16,316
17,608
Puerto Rico
3,667,084
751,669
123,006
132,250
78,434
53,816
131,768
117,257
125,281
121,837
123,276
129,441
Virgin Islands
105,275
20,344
3,254
3,297
1,980
1,317
2,962
3,150
2,954
3,715
4,266
4,293
Guam
159,914
34,279
7,148
6,798
4,083
2,715
6,350
5,561
5,047
5,113
5,410
5,221
American Samoa
54,947
13,061
2,246
3,250
1,823
1,427
2,619
1,837
1,653
1,709
1,993
2,097
Northern Marianas
51,395
13,562
1,671
1,741
987
754
1,940
2,711
3,233
1,996
1,941
1,899
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau. See reference __________.
35-39 years
40-44 years
45-49 years
Table 2. Estimated total population, female population aged 15-44 years, and age-specific female population: United States, each state, and territory: July 1, 2012
Geographic Area
Total population
Female population
15-44 years
10-14 years
15-19 years
20-24 years
25-29 years
30-34 years
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Table 3. Population of birth- and death-registration states, 1900–1932, and United States, 1900-2012
2012
314,250,437
313,914,040
1955
165,275,000
164,308,000
. .
. . . 
. . . 
. . . 
2011
312,008,762
311,591,917
1954
162,391,000
161,164,000
. .
. . . 
. . . 
. . . 
2010
309,178,489
308,745,538
1953
159,565,000           158,242,000 
. .
. . . 
. . . 
. . . 
2009
307,204,385
306,771,529
1952
156,954,000
155,687,000
. .
. . . 
. . . 
. . . 
2008
304,516,881
304,093,966
1951
154,287,000
153,310,000
. .
. . . 
. . . 
. . . 
2007
301,655,229
301,231,207
1950
151,132,000
150,697,361
. .
. . . 
. . . 
. . . 
2006
298,782,525
298,379,912
1949
149,188,000
148,665,000
. .
. . . 
. . . 
. . . 
2005
295,854,681
295,516,599
1948
146,631,000
146,093,000
. .
. . . 
. . . 
. . . 
2004
293,056,411
292,805,298
1947
144,126,000
143,446,000
. .
. . . 
. . . 
. . . 
2003
290,325,300
290,107,933
1946
141,389,000
140,054,000
. .
. . . 
. . . 
. . . 
2002
287,856,691
287,625,193
1945
139,928,000
132,481,000
. .
. . . 
. . . 
. . . 
2001
285,196,068
284,968,955
1944
138,397,000
132,885,000
. .
. . . 
. . . 
. . . 
2000
281,652,000
281,421,906
1943
136,739,000
134,245,000
. .
. . . 
. . . 
. . . 
1999
279,294,713
279,040,168
1942
134,860,000
133,920,000
. .
. . . 
. . . 
. . . 
1998
276,115,288
275,854,104
1941
133,402,000
133,121,000
. .
. . . 
. . . 
. . . 
1997
272,911,760
272,646,925
1940
131,820,000
131,669,275
. .
. . . 
. . . 
. . . 
1996
269,667,391
269,394,284
1939
131,028,000
130,879,718
. .
. . . 
. . . 
. . . 
1995
266,557,091
266,278,393
1938
129,969,000
129,824,939
. .
. . . 
. . . 
. . . 
1994
263,435,673
263,125,821
1937
128,961,000
128,824,829
. .
. . . 
. . . 
. . . 
1993
260,255,352
259,918,588
1936
128,181,000
128,053,180
. .
. . . 
. . . 
. . . 
1992
256,894,189
256,514,224
1935
127,362,000
127,250,232
. .
. . . 
. . . 
. . . 
1991
253,492,503
252,980,941
1934
126,485,000
126,373,773
. .
. . . 
. . . 
. . . 
1990
249,225,000
248,709,873
1933
125,690,000
125,578,763
. .
. . . 
. . . 
. . . 
1989
247,342,000
246,819,000
1932
124,949,000
124,840,471
47
118,903,899
47
118,903,899
1988
245,021,000
244,499,000
1931
124,149,000
124,039,648
46
117,455,229
47
118,148,987
1987
242,804,000
242,289,000
1930
123,188,000
123,076,741
46
116,544,946
47
117,238,278
1986
240,651,000
240,133,000
1929
121,769,939
46
115,317,450
46
115,317,450
1985
238,466,000
237,924,000
1928
120,501,115
44
113,636,160
44
113,636,160
1984
236,348,000
235,825,000
1927
119,038,062
40
104,320,830
42
107,084,532
1983
234,307,000
233,792,000
1926
117,399,225
35
90,400,590
41
103,822,683
1982
232,188,000
231,664,000
1925
115,831,963
33
88,294,564
40
102,031,555
1981
229,966,000
229,466,000
1924
114,113,463
33
87,000,295
39
99,318,098
1980
227,061,000
226,545,805
1923
111,949,945
30
81,072,123
38
96,788,197
1979
225,055,000
224,567,000
1922
110,054,778
30
79,560,746
37
92,702,901
1978
222,585,000
222,095,000
1921
108,541,489
27
70,807,090
34
87,814,447
1977
220,239,000
219,760,000
1920
106,466,420
23
63,597,307
34
86,079,263
1976
218,035,000
217,563,000
1919
105,063,000
104,512,110
22
61,212,076
33
83,157,982
1975
215,973,000
215,465,000
1918
104,550,000
103,202,801
20
55,153,782
30
79,008,412
1974
213,854,000
213,342,000
1917
103,414,000
103,265,913
20
55,197,952
27
70,234,775
1973
211,909,000
211,357,000
1916
101,965,984
11
32,944,013
26
66,971,177
1972
209,896,000
209,284,000
1915
100,549,013
10
31,096,697
24
61,894,847
1971
207,661,000
206,827,000
1914
99,117,567
. .
. . . 
24
60,963,309
1970
204,270,000
203,211,926
1913
97,226,814
. .
. . . 
23
58,156,740
1969
202,677,000
201,385,000
1912
95,331,300
. .
. . . 
22
54,847,700
1968
200,706,000
199,399,000
1911
93,867,814
. .
. . . 
22
53,929,644
1967
198,712,000
197,457,000
1910
92,406,536
. .
. . . 
20
47,470,437
1966
196,560,000
195,576,000
1909
90,491,525
. .
. . . 
18
44,223,513
1965
194,303,000
193,526,000
1908
88,708,976
. .
. . . 
17
38,634,759
1964
191,889,000
191,141,000
1907
87,000,271
. .
. . . 
15
34,552,837
1963
189,242,000
188,483,000
1906
85,436,556
. .
. . . 
15
33,782,288
1962
186,538,000
185,771,000
1905
83,819,666
. .
. . . 
10
21,767,980
1961
183,691,000
182,992,000
1904
82,164,974
. .
. . . 
10
21,332,076
[Population enumerated as of April 1 for 1940, 1950, 1960, 1970, 1980, 1990, 2000, and 2010 and estimated as of July 1 for all other years] 
Year 
United States 1/
Year 
United States 1/
Birth-registration                                      
States
Death-registration                                         
States 
Population 
including Armed 
Forces abroad
Population 
residing in area
Population 
including Armed 
Forces abroad
Population 
residing in area
Number 
of States 
2/
Population 
residing in 
area
Number 
of States 
2/
Population 
residing in 
area
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1960
179,933,000
179,323,175
1903
80,632,152
. .
. . . 
10
20,943,222
1959
177,264,000
176,513,000
1902
79,160,196
. .
. . . 
10
20,582,907
1958
174,141,000
173,320,000
1901
77,585,128
. .
. . . 
10
20,237,453
1957
171,274,000
170,371,000
1900
76,094,134
. .
. . . 
10
19,965,446
1956
168,221,000
167,306,000
- - - Data not available. 
... Category not applicable. 
1/ Alaska included beginning 1959 and Hawaii, 1960. 
2/
The District of Columbia is not included in "Number of States," but it is represented in all data shown for each year. 
SOURCE: Published and unpublished data from the U.S. Census Bureau; see reference __________. 
U.S. Census Bureau provides monthly population estimates of resident population plus armed forces overseas,
by single year  of age, sex, race, and  Hispanic origin for the United States: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2012 
(Vintage 2012). June 2013. Available from: http://www.census.gov/popest/data/national/asrh/2012/2012-nat-af.html.
Footnote: Revised population estimates of the resident population plus armed forces overseas from 2001 through 2009 
were prepared by NCHS staff.
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Data on race of mother presented in the following Documentation Tables 1 through 19 
are consistent with the 1997 OMB standards [38]. The number of births by race of mother differ 
somewhat from those shown in “Births: Final Data for 2012” [1], which are based on the 1977 
OMB standards [39].  See previous section on “Hispanic origin and race”.  Also, please note that 
data from reporting areas that revised after January 1, 2012 (Virginia) are not included in 
Documentation Tables 1 through 19. 
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Race
Number
Percentage
All races 
1
3,442,342
100.0
One race
3,354,389
97.8
White
2,581,383
75.2
Black
514,262
15.0
American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN)
30,844
0.9
Asian
217,303
6.3
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander (NHOPI)
10,597
0.3
More than one race
76,677
2.2
Two races
68,407
2.0
Black and White
25,013
0.7
Black and AIAN
2,745
0.1
Black and Asian
2,030
0.1
Black and NHOPI
457
0.0
AIAN and White
16,554
0.5
AIAN and Asian
317
0.0
AIAN and NHOPI
79
0.0
Asian and White
16,205
0.5
Asian and NHOPI
2,435
0.1
NHOPI and White
2,572
0.1
Three races
7,835
0.2
Black, AIAN and White
2,832
0.1
Black AIAN and Asian
96
0.0
Black, AIAN and NHOPI
27
0.0
Black, Asian and White
600
0.0
Black, Asian and NHOPI
95
0.0
Black, NHOPI, and White
115
0.0
AIAN, Asian and White
502
0.0
AIAN, NHOPI and White
133
0.0
AIAN, Asian and NHOPI
52
0.0
Asian, NHOPI and White
3,383
0.1
Four races
418
0.0
Black, AIAN, Asian and White
108
0.0
Black, AIAN, Asian, and NHOPI
10
*
Black, AIAN, NHOPI and White
33
0.0
Black, Asian, NHOPI and White
54
0.0
AIAN, Asian, NHOPI and White
213
0.0
Five races
Black, AIAN, Asian, NHOPI and White
17
*
Documentation Table 1. Number and percentage of live births by race of mother: 
40 states and the District of Columbia, 2012
* Figure does not meet standards of reliability or precision: based on fewer 
than 20 births in the numerator.
NOTES:  Race and Hispanic origin are reported separately on birth certificates. 
Race categories are consistent with the 1997 Office of Management and Budget 
standards. Forty states and the District of Columbia reported multiple race data 
for 2012.  This table excludes data for Massachusetts, which reported multiple-
race data in 2011 but after January 1.  In this table all women, including 
Hispanic women, are classified only according to their race. 
1  
Includes all births to residents of the states that reported multiple-race for 
the entire year.  Percentages are based on the number of births occurring in the 
states that reported multiple-race for the entire year to residents of the 
states.  Births that occurred in states that did not report multiple race to 
residents of the multiple-race reporting states are not shown separately but are 
included in the total.  
0.0 Quantity more than zero but less than 0.5.
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Educational attainment and race and 
Hispanic origin of mother
All ages
Under 20 
years 
20-24 
years 
25-29 
years 
30-34 
years 
35-39 
years 
40-54 
years 
All races 1
Total
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
12th grade or less with no diploma 
17.2
51.3
20.6
13.4
10.6
12.0
13.7
8th grade or less
4.2
4.4
3.3
4.0
4.2
5.6
7.0
9th-12th grade with no diploma
13.0
46.9
17.2
9.5
6.4
6.3
6.6
High school graduate 2 
24.9
37.2
39.1
23.5
15.6
14.6
15.4
Some college credit, but no degree
21.3
11.1
30.0
23.9
17.1
15.4
15.2
Associate's degree 3
7.8
0.3
5.4
10.1
9.1
8.5
8.2
Bachelor’s degree 4 
18.5
0.0
4.6
21.5
28.4
27.6
26.5
Master’s degree 5
8.1
*
0.3
6.4
14.9
16.0
15.0
Doctorate or professional degree 6 
2.3
*
0.0
1.2
4.3
5.9
6.2
All births
3,412,436
266,468
789,464
972,914
875,076
407,335
101,179
Not stated 7
53,702
3,483
10,026
13,749
14,821
8,563
3,060
White 8
Total
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
12th grade or less with no diploma 
8.8
44.9
14.8
6.1
3.3
3.1
3.8
8th grade or less
1.4
3.0
2.0
1.2
0.9
1.1
1.7
9th-12th grade with no diploma
7.4
41.9
12.8
4.9
2.5
2.0
2.1
High school graduate 2 
21.5
41.7
38.6
20.0
12.0
11.1
11.9
Some college credit, but no degree
21.9
13.0
32.5
24.3
16.7
15.5
15.9
Associate's degree 3
9.5
0.4
7.2
12.2
10.2
9.5
9.1
Bachelor’s degree 4 
24.6
0.0
6.4
27.7
34.6
33.8
32.8
Master’s degree 5
10.8
*
0.4
8.2
18.3
20.2
19.0
Doctorate or professional degree 6 
2.9
*
0.0
1.5
4.9
6.8
7.5
All births
1,799,992
98,866
371,697
545,207
511,430
220,044
52,748
Not stated 7
10,406
483
1,799
2,689
3,080
1,769
586
Black 8
Total
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
12th grade or less with no diploma 
19.3
51.1
19.0
13.9
11.7
10.8
11.9
8th grade or less
1.8
3.2
1.1
1.6
1.8
2.3
3.7
9th-12th grade with no diploma
17.6
47.8
17.9
12.4
10.0
8.5
8.2
High school graduate 2 
32.9
36.5
41.5
30.7
24.7
22.9
23.3
Some college credit, but no degree
27.3
12.1
32.8
30.9
25.6
23.0
20.3
Associate's degree 3
6.3
0.3
3.5
8.4
10.1
10.1
9.1
Bachelor’s degree 4 
9.4
*
2.9
12.2
17.0
18.3
19.4
Master’s degree 5
4.0
*
0.2
3.5
8.9
11.6
12.2
Doctorate or professional degree 6 
0.9
*
0.0
0.5
2.0
3.2
3.7
All births
472,245
57,576
150,510
121,281
88,247
42,633
11,998
Not stated 7
4,785
495
1,241
1,237
991
601
220
Hispanic 9
Total
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
12th grade or less with no diploma 
36.6
58.2
32.0
32.7
34.2
37.8
41.1
8th grade or less
12.6
6.6
7.4
12.8
16.6
20.2
23.3
9th-12th grade with no diploma
24.0
51.6
24.6
19.9
17.6
17.6
17.8
High school graduate 2 
30.1
33.1
38.7
29.6
23.8
21.6
20.7
Some college credit, but no degree
18.1
8.3
23.6
20.6
16.5
14.0
12.9
Associate's degree 3
4.9
0.3
3.6
6.3
6.5
6.0
5.7
Bachelor’s degree 4 
7.4
0.0
2.0
8.7
12.9
13.0
11.9
Master’s degree 5
2.3
*
0.1
1.7
4.8
5.8
5.7
Doctorate or professional degree 6 
0.6
*
0.0
0.4
1.3
1.9
2.0
All births
809,687
93,454
215,201
217,918
171,666
89,218
22,230
Not stated 7
10,759
1,055
2,393
2,785
2,584
1,494
448
Documentation Table 2. Educational attainment of mother, by age and race and Hispanic origin of mother: Total of 38 
reporting states and the District of Columbia, 2012
Percent
Number
Percent
Number
Percent
 Race and Hispanic origin are reported separately on the birth certificate.  Race categories are consistent with the 
1997 Office of Management and Budget standards; see "Technical Notes." Data by race are non-Hispanic and exclude mothers 
reporting multiple races.
 Includes all persons of Hispanic origin of any race.
NOTE: Includes California, Colorado, District of Columbia, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, 
Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland,  Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New 
Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, 
South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
 Includes General Educational Development (GED).
 Includes Associate in Arts and Associate in Science.
 Includes Bachelor in Arts and Bachelor in Science.
 Includes Master in Arts, Master in Science, Master of Engineering, Master of Education, Master of Social Work, and 
Master of Business Administration.
 Includes Doctor of Philosophy, Doctor of Education, Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Dental Surgery, Doctor of 
Veterinary Medicine, Doctor of Laws, and Juris Doctor.
 No response reported for education attainment of mother item; includes births to residents of states using the 2003 
Standard Certificate of Live Birth occurring in states using the 1989 Standard Certificate of Live Birth (_____ 
percent). See "User Guide to the 2012 Public Use File."
Number
Percent
Number
0.0 Quantity more than zero but less than 0.5. 
* Figure does not meet standards of reliability or precision; based on fewer than 20 births in the numerator.
 Includes other races not shown and origin not stated.
BMI category
1
and race and Hispanic origin of 
mother
All          
ages
Under 20   
years
20-24    
years
25-29    
years
30-34    
years
35-39    
years
40-54    
years
All races 2
Underweight (BMI less than 18.5)
3.9
7.6
5.2
3.5
2.8
2.4
2.1
Normal weight (BMI of 18.5 to less than 25.0)
47.0
54.7
45.9
45.8
47.8
45.9
44.3
Overweight (BMI of 25.0 to less than 30.0)
25.4
22.1
24.7
25.7
25.8
26.7
27.9
Obese (BMI = 30.0 and over)
23.7
15.5
24.2
25.0
23.5
24.9
25.7
Total 3
3,412,436
266,468
789,464
972,914
875,076
407,335
101,179
Not stated 4
140,734
10,495
30,635
37,883
37,054
19,221
5,446
White 5
Underweight (BMI less than 18.5)
3.9
9.2
5.8
3.4
2.7
2.4
2.2
Normal weight (BMI of 18.5 to less than 25.0)
50.2
55.3
48.1
49.3
51.8
50.0
49.0
Overweight (BMI of 25.0 to less than 30.0)
24.0
20.6
23.3
24.4
24.3
24.9
25.7
Obese (BMI = 30.0 and over)
21.9
14.9
22.8
22.9
21.2
22.7
23.1
Total 3
1,799,992
98,866
371,697
545,207
511,430
220,044
52,748
Not stated 4
52,837
2,479
9,643
14,771
15,871
7,847
2,226
Black 5
Underweight (BMI less than 18.5)
3.5
6.2
4.7
2.9
1.9
1.4
1.1
Normal weight (BMI of 18.5 to less than 25.0)
36.3
52.5
40.9
32.7
29.1
26.5
25.6
Overweight (BMI of 25.0 to less than 30.0)
27.0
23.1
25.4
27.5
29.3
30.8
31.7
Obese (BMI = 30.0 and over)
33.2
18.2
29.1
36.9
39.7
41.3
41.6
Total 3
472,245
57,576
150,510
121,281
88,247
42,633
11,998
Not stated 4
26,770
3,410
8,304
6,466
5,150
2,653
787
Hispanic  6 
Underweight (BMI less than 18.5)
2.9
6.7
4.0
2.2
1.5
1.1
1.0
Normal weight (BMI of 18.5 to less than 25.0)
41.8
55.6
44.7
40.0
37.5
35.1
32.7
Overweight (BMI of 25.0 to less than 30.0)
29.4
23.2
27.3
30.1
31.8
33.2
34.9
Obese (BMI = 30.0 and over)
25.9
14.5
24.0
27.7
29.2
30.7
31.4
Total 3
809,687
93,454
215,201
217,918
171,666
89,218
22,230
Not stated 4
34,452
3,235
8,212
9,588
8,012
4,293
1,112
4  No response reported for component measures for pre-pregnancy BMI; includes births to residents of states using the 2003 Standard 
Certificate of Live Birth occurring in states using the 1989 Standard Certificate of Live Birth (____ percent).  See "Technical Notes."
5
Race and Hispanic origin are reported separately on the birth certificate.  Race categories are consistent with the 1997 Office of Management 
and Budget standards; see "Technical Notes." Data by race are non-Hispanic and exclude mothers reporting multiple races.
6
Includes all persons of Hispanic origin of any race.
NOTES: Includes California, Colorado, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, 
Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North 
Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Washington, 
Wisconsin, and Wyoming.  
Number
Percent
Number
1  For calculation of BMI, see "Technical Notes".
2  Includes other races not shown and origin not stated.
3
Total number of births to residents of areas reporting pre-pregnancy BMI.
Percent
Table 3. Maternal pre-pregnancy body mass index (BMI), by age and race and Hispanic origin of mother: Total of 38 reporting states and the 
District of Columbia, 2012
Percent
Number
Percent
Number
Tobacco use and race and Hispanic 
origin
All births
Under 20 
years
20-24 years 25-29 years 30-34 years 35-39 years 40-54 years
All races 
1
Three months before
11.4
14.4
17.7
11.8
7.7
5.8
5.2
First trimester
8.5
10.7
13.4
8.8
5.5
4.3
4.1
Second trimester
7.3
8.7
11.4
7.6
4.8
3.7
3.6
Third trimester
6.9
8.2
10.8
7.3
4.6
3.6
3.4
Smoked anytime during pregnancy
8.7
11.0
13.8
9.0
5.7
4.4
4.2
Quit before pregnancy 2
24.5
24.6
23.2
24.6
27.1
25.5
21.2
Quit during pregnancy 3
20.3
25.5
21.2
19.0
18.7
18.4
16.9
White 
4
Three months before
16.5
29.4
28.7
16.2
10.0
8.1
7.4
First trimester
12.5
22.5
22.3
12.3
7.3
6.0
5.9
Second trimester
10.9
18.9
19.4
10.8
6.4
5.3
5.3
Third trimester
10.4
17.8
18.4
10.3
6.1
5.0
5.0
Smoked anytime during pregnancy
12.8
23.2
22.9
12.6
7.4
6.1
6.0
Quit before pregnancy 2
23.1
21.9
21.1
23.5
26.7
25.1
20.1
Quit during pregnancy 3
18.7
23.1
19.2
17.5
17.7
17.4
16.1
Black 
4
Three months before
9.4
6.0
10.5
11.0
9.2
6.9
5.7
First trimester
7.0
4.2
7.6
8.3
7.0
5.5
4.5
Second trimester
5.9
3.2
6.3
7.0
6.1
4.8
4.0
Third trimester
5.5
3.0
5.8
6.7
5.8
4.6
3.8
Smoked anytime during pregnancy
7.3
4.4
8.0
8.7
7.3
5.8
4.7
Quit before pregnancy 2
24.0
28.4
25.9
23.2
22.2
18.5
20.6
Quit during pregnancy 3
23.8
31.9
27.1
22.5
19.4
18.9
17.8
Hispanic 
5
Three months before
3.2
3.4
4.4
3.3
2.4
1.8
1.5
First trimester
1.9
1.9
2.6
2.0
1.5
1.2
1.0
Second trimester
1.4
1.3
1.9
1.5
1.2
0.9
0.8
Third trimester
1.3
1.2
1.8
1.4
1.1
0.9
0.8
Smoked anytime during pregnancy
2.0
2.0
2.7
2.1
1.5
1.2
1.0
Quit before pregnancy 2
39.6
42.2
40.2
39.4
38.8
35.9
32.9
Quit during pregnancy 3
32.0
40.6
34.4
29.9
27.0
26.5
24.8
All races 
1
Total
3,299,345
257,448
761,774
939,491
846,565
395,669
98,398
Not stated three months before 6
56,470
5,244
14,628
15,350
12,980
6,465
1,803
Not stated during pregnancy 6
57,318
5,277
14,864
15,598
13,213
6,554
1,812
Quit before pregnancy 2
Smokers
369,235
36,286
132,256
109,075
63,992
22,603
5,023
Unknown if quit
2,317
218
788
667
430
181
33
Quit during pregnancy 3
Smokers
282,442
27,830
102,916
83,274
47,295
17,099
4,028
Unknown if quit
1,220
149
432
360
175
79
25
Documentation Table 4. Mothers who smoked for the three months before pregnancy and anytime during pregnancy and those who 
quit before and during pregnancy, by age and race and Hispanic origin of mother: Total of 37 reporting states and the District 
of Columbia, 2012
Percent
Number
White 
4
Total
1,722,304
94,581
355,015
520,641
489,651
211,643
50,773
Not stated three months before 6
18,222
1,315
4,247
5,143
4,747
2,184
586
Not stated during pregnancy 6
18,692
1,343
4,393
5,278
4,879
2,212
587
Quit before pregnancy 2
Smokers
281,174
27,405
100,664
83,745
48,718
16,913
3,729
Unknown if quit
1,364
132
471
401
258
86
16
Quit during pregnancy 3
Smokers
218,461
21,662
80,169
64,705
36,107
12,802
3,016
Unknown if quit
796
99
290
237
107
46
17
Black 
4
Total
451,408
54,302
142,899
116,499
85,004
41,145
11,559
Not stated three months before 6
14,827
1,845
4,995
3,774
2,587
1,266
360
Not stated during pregnancy 6
15,149
1,860
5,099
3,865
2,665
1,294
366
Quit before pregnancy 2
Smokers
41,036
3,136
14,517
12,434
7,557
2,749
643
Unknown if quit
611
53
202
175
117
52
12
Quit during pregnancy 3
Smokers
31,932
2,322
11,044
9,768
5,972
2,298
528
Unknown if quit
267
28
88
83
42
21
5
Hispanic 
5
Total
802,307
92,484
213,142
170,225
170,225
88,433
22,072
Not stated three months before 6
8,768
1,007
2,239
2,335
1,866
1,036
285
Not stated during pregnancy 6
8,761
1,001
2,230
2,338
1,864
1,041
287
Quit before pregnancy 2
Smokers
25,311
3,075
9,319
7,004
4,017
1,572
324
Unknown if quit
151
17
59
39
19
15
2
Quit during pregnancy 3
Smokers
15,801
1,856
5,727
4,398
2,555
1,039
226
Unknown if quit
69
12
28
17
7
5
-
4
Race and Hispanic origin are reported separately on the birth certificate.  Race categories are consistent with the 1997 
Office of Management and Budget standards; see "Technical Notes." Data by race are non-Hispanic and exclude mothers reporting 
multiple races.
5
Includes all persons of Hispanic origin of any race.
 No response reported for maternal smoking item; includes births to residents of states using the 2003 Standard Certificate 
of Live Birth occurring in states using the 1989 Standard Certificate of Live Birth (0.3 percent). See "Technical Notes."
NOTE: Includes California, Colorado, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, 
Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New 
York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, 
Utah, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
1 Includes other races not shown and origin not stated.
2 Quit in the three months before pregnancy: births to women not reporting smoking during pregnancy per 100 women who smoked 
in the three months before pregnancy. See "Technical Notes."
3 Quit during pregnancy: births to women not reporting smoking in the third trimester of pregnancy per 100 women who smoked in 
either the first or second trimester. See "Technical Notes."
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