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Indicators of Marriage and Fertility in the United States from the American Community Survey: 2000 to 2003 – Detailed Tables

Table 1. Estimated Median Age at First Marriage, 4-Year Average: 2000-2003. [XLS - 19K] [CSV - 2.2K]

Table 2. Percent of Coupled Households in the United States, 4-Year Average: 2000-2003. [XLS - 21K] [CSV - 2.2K]

Table 3. Comparison of ACS and NCHS Fertility Rates by Race and Hispanic Origin, 4-Year Average: 2000-2003. [XLS - 16K] [CSV - 1.0K]

Table 4. Comparison of ACS and NCHS Age-Specific Fertility Rates, 4-Year Average: 2000-2003. [XLS - 16K] [CSV - 888 ]

Table 5. Comparison of ACS and NCHS Fertility Rates by State, 4-Year Average: 2000-2003. [XLS - 21K] [CSV - 2.3K]

Table 6. Comparison of ACS and NCHS Fertility Indicators for Percent of Births to Teenagers (15 to 19 years), 4-Year Average: 2000-2003. [XLS - 15K] [CSV - 721 ]

Table 7. Comparison of ACS and NCHS Fertility Indicators for Percent of Births to Unmarried Mothers, 4-Year Average: 2000-2003. [XLS - 15K] [CSV - 694 ]

Table 8. Percent of Women with a Birth in the Last Year Who Were Unmarried, 4-Year Average: 2000-2003. [XLS - 19K] [CSV - 1.5K]

Table 9. Percent of Women with a Birth in the Last Year Who Were Teenagers, 4-Year Average: 2000-2003. [XLS - 19K] [CSV - 1.6K]

Table 10. Percent of Women with a Birth in the Last Year Who Were below the Poverty Level, 4-Year Average: 2000-2003. [XLS - 23K] [CSV - 2.7K]

Table 11. Percent of Women with a Birth in the Last Year Who Were in the Labor Force, 4-Year Average: 2000-2003. [XLS - 24K] [CSV - 2.7K]

Table 12. Percent of Women with a Birth in the Last Year by Language and Citizenship Indicators, 4-Year Average: 2000-2003. [XLS - 21K] [CSV - 2.2K]


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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Fertility |  Last Revised: 2013-01-14T08:31:41.168-05:00