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Historical Time Series Tables

Historical Table 1. Percent Childless and Births per 1,000 women in the Last 12 Months: CPS, Selected Years, 1976-2012 Figure 1 [PDF - 125K]

Historical Table 2. Distribution of Women Age 40-50 by Number of Children Ever Born and Marital Status: CPS, Selected Years, 1976-2012

Figure 2 [PDF - 127K]

Historical Table 3. Births in the past year per 1,000 women, by Age: ACS, 2006-2012

Figure 3 [PDF - 70K]

Historical Table 4. Percent of Never Married Women who are Mothers, by Age: CPS, Selected Years, 1990-2012 Figure 4 [PDF - 102K]

Historical Table 5. Women who had a Birth in the Past Year and Their Percentage in the Labor Force: ACS, 2006-2012

Figure 5 [PDF - 69K]


NOTE: Due to data changes, the following CPS tables (Tables 6-10) were not updated in 2012. However, data are available up to, and including, 2010. Where possible, we have replicated these time trends for recent years using ACS data (see Tables 3 & 5).


Historical Table 6. Women 15 to 44 Years Old Who Had a Child in the Last 12 Months and Children Ever Born per 1,000 Women, by Nativity Status, Region of Birth, Citizenship Status, Race, Hispanic Origin, and Age: CPS, Selected Years, 1994-2010

Historical Table 7. Women 15 to 44 Years Old Who Had a Child in the Last 12 Months and Their Percentage in the Labor Force: CPS, Selected Years, 1976-2010

Historical Table 8. Women 15 to 44 Years Old Who Had a Child in the Last 12 Months and Their Percentage in the Labor Force by Selected Characteristics: CPS, Selected Years, 1990 to 2010

Historical Table 9. Fertility Indicators for Women in Their Thirties: CPS, Selected Years, 1976-2010

Historical Table 10. Comparison of Annual Births between Vital Statistics, the June Current Population Survey, and the American Community Survey: Selected Years, 1978-2010

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