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Preterm: Virginia, 2015-2018 Average

Percent of live births
RegionPercent
Accomack10.8
Albemarle7.1
Alexandria city7.8
Alleghany7.4
Amelia8.9
Amherst7.7
Appomattox7.7
Arlington7.9
Augusta9.1
Bath6.7
Bedford7.9
Bedford city**
Bland9.2
Botetourt7.2
Bristol city7.4
Brunswick11.6
Buchanan11.6
Buckingham11.7
Buena Vista city11.1
Campbell7.4
Caroline10.9
Carroll8.1
Charles City14.7
Charlotte11.6
Charlottesville city7.1
Chesapeake city10.7
Chesterfield9.7
Clarke7.1
Clifton Forge city**
Colonial Heights city10.9
Covington city13.1
Craig8.3
Culpeper8.0
Cumberland9.8
Danville city12.7
Dickenson10.5
Dinwiddie10.0
Emporia city10.5
Essex13.4
Fairfax city8.9
Fairfax county8.7
Falls Church city6.9
Fauquier7.3
Floyd7.2
Fluvanna7.4
Franklin9.5
Franklin city12.8
Frederick8.6
Fredericksburg city9.5
Galax city13.5
Giles7.9
Gloucester9.9
Goochland10.6
Grayson6.8
Greene8.8
Greensville11.2
Halifax9.1
Hampton city10.6
Hanover8.8
Harrisonburg city7.5
Henrico9.4
Henry8.5
Highland14.7
Hopewell city14.0
Isle of Wight9.9
James City8.1
King and Queen12.3
King George9.5
King William10.4
Lancaster12.2
Lee12.2
Lexington city8.8
Loudoun8.2
Louisa10.3
Lunenburg14.8
Lynchburg city7.6
Madison7.9
Manassas city8.9
Manassas Park city**
Martinsville city11.8
Mathews9.4
Mecklenburg9.7
Middlesex9.1
Montgomery8.4
Nelson8.4
New Kent10.5
Newport News city11.3
Norfolk city11.7
Northampton13.2
Northumberland13.2
Norton city12.0
Nottoway12.5
Orange8.9
Page8.5
Patrick8.7
Petersburg city12.5
Pittsylvania9.4
Poquoson city7.6
Portsmouth city13.3
Powhatan9.3
Prince Edward11.6
Prince George10.1
Prince William8.9
Pulaski8.9
Radford city12.6
Rappahannock10.2
Richmond13.5
Richmond city11.6
Roanoke8.7
Roanoke city10.2
Rockbridge9.1
Rockingham7.8
Russell9.7
Salem city8.8
Scott7.8
Shenandoah9.4
Smyth9.5
Southampton13.1
Spotsylvania9.4
Stafford9.3
Staunton city11.4
Suffolk city11.2
Surry11.6
Sussex14.1
Tazewell10.4
Virginia9.4
Virginia Beach city9.9
Warren7.8
Washington9.3
Waynesboro city10.3
Westmoreland10.6
Williamsburg city5.9
Winchester city10.4
Wise11.8
Wythe9.6
York8.5
** Suppressed due to missing data or insufficient numbers.
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March of Dimes 2020 Goal

  • For more information, see here.
  • Preterm births: reduce to no more than 8.1% of live births.

Healthy people 2020

  • Preterm births: reduce to no more than 11.4% of live births.

Footnotes

  • Preterm is less than 37 weeks of pregnancy.

Source

  • National Center for Health Statistics, final natality data.
  • Retrieved August 06, 2020, from www.marchofdimes.org/peristats.