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Table 1.56b: Percent of pregnant women receiving prenatal care in first trimester, by State, 1998 and 2001

  2001 1998
State Number Percenta Standard error Number Percenta Standard error
             
United States 3,276,902 83.4 0.0 3,174,194 82.8 0.0
             
Alabama 49,678 82.4 0.2 50,974 82.4 0.2
Alaska 7,718 80.5 0.4 7,942 81.4 0.4
Arizona 64,618 76.7 0.1 57,580 75.1 0.2
Arkansas 28,997 79.8 0.2 27,996 77.8 0.2
California 443,245 85.4 0.0 423,041 82.4 0.1
Colorado 52,597 79.8 0.2 48,603 82.2 0.2
Connecticut 37,100 88.7 0.2 36,469 88.0 0.2
Delaware 9,352 87.2 0.3 8,742 83.4 0.4
District of Columbia 4,861 74.4 0.5 4,684 72.0 0.6
Florida 171,080 84.1 0.1 162,273 83.6 0.1
Georgia 110,025 86.2 0.1 102,662 86.4 0.1
Hawaii 14,017 84.2 0.3 14,229 85.4 0.3
Idaho 15,805 81.8 0.3 14,929 78.7 0.3
Illinois 150,721 84.0 0.1 148,292 82.7 0.1
Indiana 69,018 80.6 0.1 66,991 79.9 0.1
Iowa 33,080 88.4 0.2 32,126 87.3 0.2
Kansas 33,456 86.9 0.2 32,751 85.8 0.2
Kentucky 46,826 86.7 0.1 46,424 86.4 0.1
Louisiana 54,165 83.2 0.1 54,806 82.2 0.1
Maine 12,069 88.2 0.3 12,146 88.9 0.3
Maryland 59,863 83.7 0.1 60,184 87.8 0.1
Massachusetts 71,631 89.7 0.1 72,218 89.5 0.1
Michigan 110,646 84.5 0.1 108,262 84.3 0.1
Minnesota 54,806 84.5 0.1 52,015 84.5 0.1
Mississippi 34,768 82.7 0.2 34,412 80.6 0.2
Missouri 64,711 87.7 0.1 63,958 86.1 0.1
Montana 9,029 82.6 0.4 8,842 82.3 0.4
Nebraska 20,560 83.2 0.2 19,681 83.9 0.2
Nevada 22,791 75.7 0.2 20,095 74.6 0.3
New Hampshire 13,004 90.6 0.2 12,713 89.7 0.3
New Jersey 88,865 79.8 0.1 88,821 81.6 0.1
New Mexico 17,759 69 0.3 17,421 67.6 0.3
New York 195,075 80.5 0.1 188,594 81.2 0.1
North Carolina 99,180 84.4 0.1 93,886 84.5 0.1
North Dakota 6,486 85.8 0.4 6,755 85.6 0.4
Ohio 129,824 87.3 0.1 129,985 85.5 0.1
Oklahoma 38,076 77.4 0.2 34,643 78.6 0.2
Oregon 36,906 81.5 0.2 36,180 80.2 0.2
Pennsylvania 116,175 85.2 0.1 119,766 84.8 0.1
Rhode Island 11,316 91.4 0.3 10,311 89.7 0.3
South Carolina 43,746 79.2 0.2 43,190 81.4 0.2
South Dakota 8,180 78.3 0.4 8,473 82.7 0.4
Tennessee 63,723 82.8 0.1 64,344 84.1 0.1
Texas 284,102 80.3 0.1 266,223 79.3 0.1
Utah 37,219 79.3 0.2 35,974 82.1 0.2
Vermont 5,457 89.3 0.4 5,543 87.4 0.4
Virginia 83,958 85.1 0.1 79,968 85.2 0.1
Washington 60,795 83.2 0.1 59,674 83.0 0.1
West Virginia 17,034 86.3 0.2 16,617 83.7 0.3
Wisconsin 57,742 83.8 0.1 56,724 84.3 0.1
Wyoming 5,047 82.9 0.5 5,062 81.3 0.5
             

aIncludes only those with liveborn infants.

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, National Vital Statistics System - Natality.

 

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