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Table 3.

Table 3.
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 are unreliable.

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