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Birth rate: Virginia, 2013-2016 Average

Rate per 1,000 women 15-44 years
RegionRate
Accomack72.6
Albemarle49.9
Alexandria city73.5
Alleghany52.9
Amelia60.1
Amherst56.5
Appomattox66.8
Arlington53.1
Augusta53.9
Bath61.3
Bedford52.2
Bedford city32.1
Bland49.6
Botetourt45.9
Bristol city34.6
Brunswick55.0
Buchanan50.5
Buckingham55.3
Buena Vista city15.9
Campbell47.9
Caroline70.7
Carroll54.0
Charles City49.1
Charlotte73.1
Charlottesville city46.9
Chesapeake city61.3
Chesterfield56.8
Clarke62.3
Clifton Forge city**
Colonial Heights city88.3
Covington city20.6
Craig52.1
Culpeper72.1
Cumberland53.2
Danville city69.9
Dickenson58.7
Dinwiddie38.7
Emporia city10.7
Essex59.9
Fairfax city149.8
Fairfax county63.3
Falls Church city89.6
Fauquier63.6
Floyd56.4
Fluvanna47.9
Franklin55.3
Franklin city59.4
Frederick63.8
Fredericksburg city51.3
Galax city55.5
Giles61.8
Gloucester57.3
Goochland46.5
Grayson61.5
Greene61.7
Greensville100.4
Halifax66.6
Hampton city60.2
Hanover51.3
Harrisonburg city38.0
Henrico59.8
Henry54.7
Highland67.1
Hopewell city82.1
Isle of Wight58.6
James City61.4
King and Queen57.2
King George62.8
King William62.7
Lancaster68.2
Lee58.8
Lexington city14.1
Loudoun66.6
Louisa64.2
Lunenburg62.4
Lynchburg city56.3
Madison59.9
Manassas city85.9
Manassas Park city4.8
Martinsville city97.6
Mathews48.7
Mecklenburg61.0
Middlesex69.7
Montgomery35.6
Nelson58.4
New Kent56.6
Newport News city69.5
Norfolk city66.9
Northampton70.0
Northumberland58.2
Norton city38.3
Nottoway72.1
Orange65.2
Page58.8
Patrick52.0
Petersburg city108.2
Pittsylvania50.5
Poquoson city47.3
Portsmouth city76.4
Powhatan51.1
Prince Edward42.0
Prince George51.0
Prince William71.9
Pulaski57.9
Radford city25.0
Rappahannock43.8
Richmond68.3
Richmond city54.3
Roanoke47.1
Roanoke city77.7
Rockbridge43.8
Rockingham57.4
Russell56.6
Salem city62.8
Scott51.2
Shenandoah65.2
Smyth54.4
Southampton45.2
Spotsylvania61.4
Stafford59.6
Staunton city66.6
Suffolk city68.1
Surry54.4
Sussex67.0
Tazewell62.8
Virginia61.2
Virginia Beach city63.3
Warren67.0
Washington63.5
Waynesboro city83.1
Westmoreland69.1
Williamsburg city19.0
Winchester city67.8
Wise63.0
Wythe59.9
York52.8
** Suppressed due to missing data or insufficient numbers.
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Footnotes

  • Birth rates presented for 1990-1999 are calculated using Census 1990-based population estimates. Calculations for 2000-2009 use Census 2000-based population estimates. Calculations beginning in 2010 use Census 2010-based population estimates. Information is available at: http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/bridged_race.htm. The rates shown may differ from rates computed on the basis of other population estimates.

Source

  • National Center for Health Statistics, final natality data.
  • US Census Bureau. Population estimates based on bridged race categories released by the National Center for Health Statistics.
  • Retrieved August 06, 2020, from www.marchofdimes.org/peristats.