Abortion statistics and other data--Johnston`s Archive

Historical abortion statistics, Connecticut (USA)

compiled by Wm. Robert Johnston
last updated 16 March 2014

Definition of table data (see notes after table for additional information):

yearlive births abortions, reported
(CDC/state)
abortions
(AGI)
fetal
deaths
abortion ratioabortion % abortion
rate,
residents
total in stateresidents, in state only residents, in and out of statetotal in state residents, in state onlyresidents, in and out of state all in stateresidents, in/out of stateall in state residents, in/out of state
1970(50490)            
1971(45376)            
1972 39130            
1973 36642    6770    184.8  15.6  
1974 36340 7083 6776 9559 9320    256.5 263.0 20.4 20.814.4
1975 35662 10820 10308 12502 11440    320.8 350.6 24.3 26.018.6
1976 35422 13447 12884 14354 15670  17500  442.4 494.0 30.7 33.1 25.7
1977 36318 14997 14524 15774 16680 16680 18920  459.3 521.0 31.5 34.3 27.3
1978 37006 13784 13412 14944 17800 17660 20040  481.0 541.5 32.5 35.1 28.5
1979 36959 14214 13731 15380 18390 18150 20380  497.6 551.4 33.2 35.5 28.6
1980 34069 14835 14237 15431 18450 18210 19860  541.5 582.9 35.1 36.8 27.5
1981 37604 16565  1149 22620  24370  601.5 648.1 37.6 39.3 33.1
1982 40125 18449(18060)(18060) 23180 22690 24610  577.7 613.3 36.6 38.0 33.1
1983 40380 18653(18000)(18000)     461.9 445.8 31.6 30.823.8
1984 39237 19534(18975)(18975) 21490  22530  547.7 574.2 35.4 36.5 29.5
1985 36878 19729(19204)(19204) 21850 21270 22780  592.5 617.7 37.2 38.2 29.4
1986 40595 19868(19210)(19210)     489.4 473.2 32.9 32.124.5
1987 46547 19994(19110)(19110) 22380  22880  480.8 491.5 32.5 33.0 29.0
1988 46868 20219(19350)(19350) 23630  24470  504.2 522.1 33.5 34.3 31.0
1989 47560 19731       414.9  29.3  
1990 50123 18776       374.6  27.3  
1991 48282 18534   20530  20830  425.2 431.4 29.8 30.1 27.0
1992 47335 17762   19720  20100  416.6 424.6 29.4 29.8 26.6
1993 45821 16690(16040)(16040)     364.2 350.1 26.7 25.921.6
1994 42108 18534 17689 17689     440.2 420.1 30.6 29.624.1
1995 44334 11325(10910)(10910) 16680    376.2 246.1 27.3 19.715.0
1996 44469 14094(13570)(13573) 16230  16510  365.0 371.3 26.7 27.1 22.8
1997 43109 13802(13330) 13895     320.2 322.3 24.3 24.4 19.3
1998 43820 12939(12400) 12963     295.3 295.8 22.8 22.8 18.3
1999 43310 12958(12520) 13086(14400)  15100  332.5 348.6 25.0 25.9 21.6
2000 43026 12908 12468 12982 15240  15460  354.2 359.3 26.2 26.4 21.4
2001 42648 13265 12805 13251     311.0 310.7 23.7 23.7 18.4
2002 42001 13470 12905 13306     320.7 316.8 24.3 24.1 18.5
2003 42873 12404 11937 12436    241 289.3 290.1 22.4 22.5 17.3
2004 42095 12189 11741 12276(16810)  16950 254 399.3 402.7 28.5 28.7 23.7
2005 41537 12110 11734 12501 16780  17340  404.0 417.5 28.8 29.5 24.4
2006 41807 14112 13694 14351   20000  337.6 478.4 25.2 32.4 28.3
2007 41684 14534 14091 14701 17390  17730  417.2 425.3 29.4 29.8 25.3
2008 40399 14442 14005 14519 17030    421.5 359.4 29.7 26.4 20.8
2009 38896 13732 13270 13651     353.0 351.0 26.1 26.0 19.6
2010 37708 13438 13030 1337915430    409.2 354.8 29.0 26.219.4
2011 37280 12615  14640    392.7  28.2  
2012 36680            
2013             
yearlive births abortions, reported
(CDC/state)
abortions
(AGI)
fetal
deaths
abortion ratioabortion % abortion
rate,
residents
total in stateresidents, in state only residents, in and out of statetotal in state residents, in state onlyresidents, in and out of state all in stateresidents, in/out of stateall in state residents, in/out of state

Notes:

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