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Table 1-3. 1995 Volume 1

     Oregon Vital Statistics Annual Report 1995, Volume 1

TABLE 1-3.

POPULATION, LIVE BIRTHS, AND BIRTHS TO UNMARRIED MOTHERS BY COUNTY OF RESIDENCE, AND MARRIAGES AND DISSOLUTIONS OF MARRIAGE BY COUNTY OF OCCURRENCE, OREGON, 1995

               ESTIMATED        LIVE         BIRTHS TO                     DISSOLUTIONS
            POPULATION       BIRTHS       UNMARRIED        MARRIAGES         OF      
COUNTY     JULY 1, 1995                    MOTHERS                        MARRIAGE   
                          =============  ==============  =============  ============   
                           NO.  RATE      NO.  RATE       NO.  RATE     NO.  RATE

TOTAL       3,132,000  42,715   13.6  12,350   289.1  25,292    8.1  15,289   4.9
BAKER          16,500     184   11.2      41   222.8     123    7.5     119   7.2
BENTON         75,500     800   10.6     162   202.5     508    6.7     315   4.2
CLACKAMAS     308,600   3,921   12.7     861   219.6   2,832    9.2   1,530   5.0
CLATSOP        34,300     423   12.3     131   309.7     436   12.7     165   4.8
COLUMBIA       39,700     458   11.5     117   255.5     282    7.1     261   6.6
COOS           62,100     593    9.5     235   396.3     535    8.6     311   5.0
CROOK          15,700     214   13.6      63   294.4     137    8.7     113   7.2
CURRY          22,200     201    9.1      74   368.2     192    8.6     124   5.6
DESCHUTES      94,100   1,212   12.9     316   260.7     770    8.2     531   5.6
DOUGLAS        97,700   1,141   11.7     386   338.3     850    8.7     479   4.9
GILLIAM         1,750      14    8.0       2   142.9      13    7.4       9   5.1
GRANT           7,950      98   12.3      27   275.5      78    9.8      44   5.5
HARNEY          7,050      75   10.6      14   186.7      51    7.2      32   4.5
HOOD RIVER     18,700     300   16.0      59   196.7     237   12.7      93   5.0
JACKSON       164,400   2,149   13.1     679   316.0   1,403    8.5     980   6.0
JEFFERSON      16,100     260   16.1      91   350.0     182   11.3      76   4.7
JOSEPHINE      71,100     811   11.4     283   349.0     490    6.9     418   5.9
KLAMATH        61,600     856   13.9     311   363.3     429    7.0     326   5.3
LAKE            7,550      94   12.5      27   287.2      76   10.1      41   5.4
LANE          301,900   3,644   12.1   1,113   305.4   2,461    8.2   1,544   5.1
LINCOLN        41,800     427   10.2     168   393.4     611   14.6     273   6.5
LINN           98,100   1,347   13.7     410   304.4     790    8.1     508   5.2
MALHEUR        28,200     509   18.0     191   375.2     165    5.9     130   4.6
MARION        258,000   4,238   16.4   1,329   313.6   1,982    7.7   1,361   5.3
MORROW          8,700     136   15.6      51   375.0      62    7.1      40   4.6
MULTNOMAH     626,500   8,989   14.3   3,000   333.7   5,390    8.6   2,321   3.7
POLK           55,400     674   12.2     177   262.6     339    6.1     346   6.2
SHERMAN         1,900      18    9.5       3   166.7       5    2.6       7   3.7
TILLAMOOK      23,300     247   10.6      77   311.7     261   11.2     142   6.1
UMATILLA       65,200   1,009   15.5     338   335.0     496    7.6     393   6.0
UNION          24,400     289   11.8      68   235.3     208    8.5      86   3.5
WALLOWA         7,250      67    9.2       9   134.3      61    8.4      40   5.5
WASCO          22,600     279   12.3      83   297.5     220    9.7      96   4.2
WASHINGTON    370,000   5,970   16.1   1,153   193.1   2,005    5.4   1,636   4.4
WHEELER         1,550      22   14.2       9   409.1      10    6.5       9   5.8
YAMHILL        74,600   1,046   14.0     292   279.2     602    8.1     390   5.2

      
  
NOTE: Rate per 1,000 population for live births, marriages, and dissolutions of marriage.
Ratio per 1,000 live births for births to unmarried mothers.
Indicates rate is significantly different than state rate.


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