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Topic: Very preterm
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Very preterm: Illinois, 2012-2015 Average

Percent of live births
RegionPercent
Adams1.4
Alexander**
Bond2.2
Boone1.5
Brown**
Bureau0.9
Calhoun**
Carroll**
Cass1.8
Champaign1.6
Christian1.4
Clark2.1
Clay**
Clinton1.4
Coles1.6
Cook2.0
Crawford1.6
Cumberland**
De Kalb1.6
De Witt1.5
Douglas1.4
Du Page1.5
Edgar1.6
Edwards**
Effingham1.6
Fayette1.1
Ford**
Franklin1.4
Fulton1.2
Gallatin**
Greene1.8
Grundy1.6
Hamilton**
Hancock**
Hardin**
Henderson**
Henry1.8
Illinois1.8
Iroquois1.8
Jackson1.3
Jasper**
Jefferson1.1
Jersey2.0
Jo Daviess1.3
Johnson**
Kane1.5
Kankakee1.6
Kendall1.6
Knox2.0
La Salle1.2
Lake1.4
Lawrence3.0
Lee2.1
Livingston1.5
Logan2.7
Macon2.0
Macoupin1.8
Madison1.6
Marion1.9
Marshall**
Mason2.2
Massac2.0
McDonough1.2
McHenry1.3
McLean1.6
Menard**
Mercer1.7
Monroe1.3
Montgomery1.6
Morgan2.5
Moultrie1.6
Ogle1.3
Peoria2.0
Perry**
Piatt**
Pike**
Pope**
Pulaski**
Putnam**
Randolph**
Richland1.5
Rock Island1.7
Saline1.6
Sangamon2.1
Schuyler**
Scott**
Shelby1.8
St Clair2.1
Stark**
Stephenson1.5
Tazewell1.6
Union**
Vermilion1.7
Wabash**
Warren1.1
Washington1.7
Wayne1.3
White**
Whiteside1.2
Will1.6
Williamson1.4
Winnebago1.9
Woodford1.0
** Suppressed due to missing data or insufficient numbers.
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Healthy people 2020

  • Very preterm births: reduce to no more than 1.8% of live births.

Footnotes

  • Very preterm is less than 32 weeks.

Source

  • National Center for Health Statistics, final natality data.
  • Retrieved July 15, 2018, from www.marchofdimes.org/peristats.