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Topic: Multiple deliveries
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Multiple deliveries: Alabama, 2012-2015 Average

Ratio per 1,000 live births
RegionRate
Alabama35.3
Autauga35.3
Baldwin33.1
Barbour19.8
Bibb37.4
Blount21.2
Bullock53.8
Butler36.5
Calhoun31.3
Chambers29.7
Cherokee36.5
Chilton24.0
Choctaw22.0
Clarke33.7
Clay17.6
Cleburne47.3
Coffee33.5
Colbert31.7
Conecuh34.3
Coosa31.3
Covington40.1
Crenshaw23.3
Cullman28.0
Dale41.0
Dallas36.4
De Kalb29.4
Elmore31.1
Escambia24.3
Etowah33.6
Fayette30.3
Franklin25.8
Geneva34.8
Greene35.3
Hale55.5
Henry17.7
Houston41.6
Jackson31.4
Jefferson40.8
Lamar38.3
Lauderdale33.7
Lawrence27.5
Lee33.3
Limestone38.9
Lowndes42.6
Macon44.7
Madison37.5
Marengo36.8
Marion29.2
Marshall30.7
Mobile35.2
Monroe43.4
Montgomery38.7
Morgan28.8
Perry62.4
Pickens55.7
Pike30.2
Randolph36.7
Russell32.6
Shelby31.0
St Clair34.5
Sumter40.3
Talladega36.3
Tallapoosa36.5
Tuscaloosa37.5
Walker36.3
Washington14.9
Wilcox48.4
Winston39.9
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Footnotes

  • Multiple deliveries include twin, triplet and higher order deliveries.

Source

  • National Center for Health Statistics, final natality data.
  • Retrieved January 22, 2018, from www.marchofdimes.org/peristats.