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Title: Teen Birth Rates 2009 Data Release


1
California and U.S. Teen Birth Rates, 1991-2009
U.S.

California
Year
Sources Teen births Birth Statistical Master
File, years 1991-2009, Office of Health and
Information Research. Teen population Years
1991-1999, State of California, Department of
Finance, Race/Ethnic Population with Age and Sex
Detail, 1990-1999. Sacramento, CA, May 2004.
Years 2000-2009, State of California, Department
of Finance, Race/Ethnic Population with Age and
Sex Detail, 2000-2050. Sacramento, CA, July
2007. U.S. data sources years 1991-2007 -
National Vital Statistics Report, Vol. 58, No.
24, August, 2010 year 2008 - Births
Preliminary data for 2008. National Vital
Statistics Report, Vol. 58 No. 16, April, 2010.
U.S. data for 2008 is preliminary. U.S. data
for 2009 is not available. Prepared by
California Department of Public Health, Center
for Family Health, Office of Family Planning,
August, 2010.
2
California Teen Birth Rates, 1998-2009
Ages 18-19
Ages 15-19
Ages 15-17
Year
Sources Teen births Birth Statistical Master
File, years 1998-2009, Office of Health and
Information Research. Teen population Years
1998-1999, State of California, Department of
Finance Race/Ethnic Population with Age and Sex
Detail, 1990-1999. Sacramento, CA, May 2004.
Years 2000-2009, State of California, Department
of Finance Race/Ethnic Population with Age and
Sex Detail, 2000-2050. Sacramento, CA, July
2007. Prepared by California Department of
Public Health, Center for Family Health, Office
of Family Planning, August, 2010.
3
California Teen Birth Rates by Race/Ethnicity
Year, 2007-2009
Race/Ethnicity
Sources Teen births Birth Statistical Master
File, years 2007-2009, Office of Health and
Information Research. Teen population State of
California, Department of Finance Race/Ethnic
Population with Age and Sex Detail, 2000-2050.
Sacramento, CA, July 2007, years 2007-2009.
Births to mothers identified as other or
unknown race are excluded from the analysis.
For 2007 they comprised 0.98 of teen births,
1.1 in 2008 and 1.2 in 2009. Prepared by
California Department of Public Health, Center
for Family Health, Office of Family Planning,
August 2010.
4
19 California Counties With 3-Year Average Teen
Birth Rates Significantly HIGHER Than the 3-Year
Average State Teen Birth Rate, 2007-2009,
Highest to Lowest
  • Santa Barbara (42.3)
  • Yuba (41.9)
  • Lake (41.8)
  • San Joaquin (41.6)
  • Stanislaus (40.6)
  • Riverside (39.0)
  • Merced (51.0)
  • Glenn (45.3)
  • San Bernardino (44.6)
  • Colusa (44.6)
  • Del Norte (44.4)
  • Tehama (43.1)
  • Kern (62.8)
  • Tulare (62.1)
  • Kings (59.5)
  • Madera (57.7)
  • Imperial (55.5)
  • Monterey (54.8)
  • Fresno (54.4)

Sources Teen births Birth Statistical Master
File, years 2007-2009, Office of Health and
Information Research. Teen population State of
California, Department of Finance Race/Ethnic
Population with Age and Sex Detail, 2000-2050.
Sacramento, CA, July 2007. Teen birth rate is
per 1,000 females age 15-19 years. The number
of teen births and the teen female population for
3 years (2007-2009) were combined to produce more
stable rates. County rates were tested for
statistical significance against the state rate
after subtracting the countys contribution to
the rate. County rates not statistically
significantly different from the remaining state
rate include Inyo, Mendocino, Modoc, Sacramento,
San Benito, Santa Cruz, Shasta, Siskiyou, Sutter,
Trinity, and Ventura. Stable rates could not be
computed for Alpine and Sierra (fewer than 20
births). Prepared by California Department of
Public Health, Center for Family Health, Office
of Family Planning, August, 2010.
5
26 California Counties With 3-Year Average Teen
Birth Rates Significantly LOWER Than the 3-Year
Average State Teen Birth Rate, 2007-2009,
Highest to Lowest
  • Yolo (20.6)
  • San Luis Obispo (20.0)
  • Mariposa (19.6)
  • Mono (16.7)
  • El Dorado (16.0)
  • Nevada (14.5)
  • Placer (13.5)
  • Marin (12.0)
  • Napa (24.9)
  • Santa Clara (23.8)
  • Sonoma (23.2)
  • San Francisco (22.2)
  • Amador (21.6)
  • Contra Costa (21.4)
  • Calaveras (21.4)
  • Plumas (21.2)
  • San Mateo (20.9)
  • Los Angeles (33.9)
  • San Diego (33.1)
  • Solano (29.5)
  • Humboldt (28.3)
  • Lassen (27.8)
  • Butte (27.6)
  • Tuolumne (26.5)
  • Orange (25.7)
  • Alameda (25.7)

Sources Teen births Birth Statistical Master
File, years 2007-2009, Office of Health and
Information Research. Teen population State of
California, Department of Finance Race/Ethnic
Population with Age and Sex Detail, 2000-2050.
Sacramento, CA, July 2007. Teen birth rate is
per 1,000 females age 15-19 years. The number
of teen births and the teen female population for
3 years (2007-2009) were combined to produce more
stable rates. County rates were tested for
statistical significance against the state rate
after subtracting the countys contribution to
the rate. County rates not statistically
significantly different from the remaining state
rate include Inyo, Mendocino, Modoc, Sacramento,
San Benito, Santa Cruz, Shasta, Siskiyou, Sutter,
Trinity, and Ventura. Stable rates could not be
computed for Alpine and Sierra (fewer than 20
births). Prepared by California Department of
Public Health, Center for Family Health, Office
of Family Planning, August, 2010.
6
Sources Birth Statistical Master Files,
2007-2009, Office of Health and Information
Research. Teen population Years 2007-2009, State
of California, Department of Finance
Race/Ethnic Population with Age and Sex Detail,
2000-2050. Sacramento, CA, July 2007. Prepared
by The Bixby Center for Global Reproductive
Health, University of California, San Francisco,
for California Department of Public Health,
Center for Family Health, Office of Family
Planning, August, 2010.
7
21 States with Teen Birth Rates LOWER Than
Californias Rate (37.1 per 1,000 females age
15-19 years), 2007, Highest to Lowest
Rhode Island (30.0) North Dakota (29.3)
Minnesota (28.6) Maine (26.9) New York
(25.8) New Jersey (25.2) Connecticut (23.1)
Massachusetts (22.1) Vermont (22.0) New
Hampshire (20.0)
  • Montana (36.8)
  • Nebraska (36.1)
  • Utah (36.1)
  • Oregon (35.9)
  • Virginia (35.1)
  • Washington (34.8)
  • Maryland (34.4)
  • Michigan (34.2)
  • Iowa (33.2)
  • Wisconsin (32.2)
  • Pennsylvania (31.5)

California Rate Teen births Birth Statistical
Master File, 2007, Office of Health and
Information Research. Teen population State of
California, Department of Finance Race/Ethnic
Population with Age and Sex Detail, 2000-2050.
Sacramento, CA, July 2007. Rates for Other
States National Vital Statistics Reports Vol.
58, No. 24, August, 2010. Prepared by
California Department of Public Health, Center
for Family Health, Office of Family Planning,
August, 2010.
8
Teen Birth Rate Comparisons for California, US,
and Selected Countries 2008

California data sources Teen births Birth
Statistical Master File, 2008, Office of Health
and Information Research. Teen population State
of California, Department of Finance
Race/Ethnic Population with Age and Sex Detail,
2000-2050. Sacramento, CA, July 2007. U.S.
Data source Births Preliminary data for 2008.
National Vital Statistics Report, Vol. 58 No. 16,
April, 2010. International data The World Bank
Group, Health Nutrition Population Statistics
data by country. URL http//web.worldbank.org/WB
SITE/EXTERNAL/TOPICS/EXTHEALTHNUTRITIONANDPOPULATI
ON/EXTDATASTATISTICSHNP/EXTHNPSTATS/0,,menuPK3237
172pagePK64168427piPK64168435theSitePK323711
8,00.html Prepared by California Department
of Public Health, Center for Family Health,
Office of Family Planning, August, 2010.
9
Teen Maternal Race/Ethnicity (n47,811)
Nativity of Select Teen Births for Females Age
15-19 years, California, 2009
Other/Unknown (non-Hispanic)
1.2
White (non-Hispanic)
12.5
Multiple Race (non-Hispanic)
2.4
African American (non-Hispanic)
7.8
American Indian (non-Hispanic) 0.5
Hispanic 72.9 (29
foreign born, 71 US born)
Asian/Pacific Islander (non-Hispanic)
2.7 (29 foreign
born, 71 US born)
Sources Teen births Birth Statistical Master
File, 2009, Office of Health and Information
Research. Percentages may not add to 100 due to
rounding. Births to mothers with unknown
race/ethnicity (1.2) are included in the
analysis. Prepared by California Department of
Public Health, Center for Family Health, Office
of Family Planning, August, 2010.
10
California Teen Birth Rates, Number of Teens,
Number of Teen Births, 1998-2009
50.9
1,488,207
1,142,240
32.1
58,141
47,811
Year
Teen birth rate Teen births Birth Statistical
Master File, years 1998-2009, Office of Health
and Information Research. Teen population Years
1998-1999, State of California, Department of
Finance, Race/Ethnic Population with Age and Sex
Detail, 1990-1999. Sacramento, CA, May 2004.
Years 2000-2009, State of California, Department
of Finance, Race/Ethnic Population with Age and
Sex Detail, 2000-2050. Sacramento, CA, July
2007. Number of teens Years 1998-1999, State of
California, Department of Finance, Race/Ethnic
Population with Age and Sex Detail, 1990-1999.
Sacramento, CA, May 2004. Years 2000-2009, State
of California, Department of Finance, Race/Ethnic
Population with Age and Sex Detail, 2000-2050.
Sacramento, CA, July 2007. Number of teen births
Birth Statistical Master File, years
1998-2009. Prepared by California Department of
Public Health, Center for Family Health, Office
of Family Planning, August, 2010.
11
Number of Female Teens by Race/Ethnicity, Age
15-19 Years, California, 2000-2010
Total - 1,488,238 25 increase
Total - 1,186,951
Number of teens Years 2000-2010, State of
California, Department of Finance, Race/Ethnic
Population with Age and Sex Detail, 2000-2050.
Sacramento, CA, July 2007. All Other
race/ethnicity population is comprised of
American Indian and Multiple Race female
teens. Prepared by California Department of
Public Health, Center for Family Health, Office
of Family Planning, August, 2010.
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