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Oregon Vital Statistics Annual Report

     Oregon Vital Statistics Annual Report 1995, Volume 1

TABLE 2-7.

BIRTHS TO UNMARRIED MOTHERS BY COUNTY OF RESIDENCE, OREGON, 1995

             
COUNTY OF    TOTAL    NUMBER     RATE 
RESIDENCE   BIRTHS  UNMARRIED  UNMARRIED

TOTAL       42,715    12,350      289.1
BAKER          184        41      222.8
BENTON         800       162     202.5
CLACKAMAS    3,921       861     219.6
CLATSOP        423       131      309.7
COLUMBIA       458       117      255.5
COOS           593       235     396.3
CROOK          214        63      294.4
CURRY          201        74      368.2
DESCHUTES    1,212       316      260.7
DOUGLAS      1,141       386     338.3
GILLIAM         14         2      142.9
GRANT           98        27      275.5
HARNEY          75        14     186.7
HOOD RIVER     300        59     196.7
JACKSON      2,149       679     316.0
JEFFERSON      260        91      350.0
JOSEPHINE      811       283     349.0
KLAMATH        856       311     363.3
LAKE            94        27      287.2
LANE         3,644     1,113      305.4
LINCOLN        427       168     393.4
LINN         1,347       410      304.4
MALHEUR        509       191     375.2
MARION       4,238     1,329     313.6
MORROW         136        51      375.0
MULTNOMAH    8,989     3,000     333.7
POLK           674       177      262.6
SHERMAN         18         3      166.7
TILLAMOOK      247        77      311.7
UMATILLA     1,009       338     335.0
UNION          289        68      235.3
WALLOWA         67         9     134.3
WASCO          279        83      297.5
WASHINGTON   5,970     1,153     193.1
WHEELER         22         9      409.1
YAMHILL      1,046       292      279.2

      
  
All rates per 1,000 births.
Rate is significantly different than state rate.
WARNING: Rates based on less than 5 events may be unreliable.
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