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TABLE A-1 (UPDATED ON 8/24/2007)
2003 VERMONT EVENTS


VITAL STATISTICS SUMMARY OF VERMONT
1857- 2003
 LIVE BIRTHS   PREGNANCIES  LOW DEATHS INFANT DEATHS NEONATAL FETAL DEATHS ABORTION MARRIAGES DIVORCES CIVIL UNIONS
CRUDE BIRTH DEATHS
BIRTH FERT WEIGHT CRUDE
YEAR POPULATION2 NUMBER RATE3 RATE4 NUMBER5 RATE4 PERCENT NUMBER RATE3 NUMBER RATE6 NUMBER RATE6 NUMBER RATIO7 RATIO7 NUMBER RATE3 NUMBER RATE3 NUMBER RATE3

18578 315,098(9) 6538(10) (10) (10) 6592 (10)      3458 (10) 450 (10) UNKNOWN 54(10) 8.3(10)   1941(10) (10) UNKNOWN    
18808 332,286    6404       19.3 85.9 6632 89.0          5032 15.1 722 122.7 UNKNOWN 228     35.6       2697     8.1 129 0.4    
19008 343,641    7047       20.5 92.6 7356 96.6          5595 16.3 840 119.2 UNKNOWN 309     43.8       2905     8.5 235 0.7    
19208 352,428    7500       21.3 100.1 7778 103.8          5593 15.9 724 96.5 UNKNOWN 278     37.1       3720     10.6 541 1.5    
19308 359,611    6789       18.9 90.6 7004 93.5          4778 13.3 468 68.9 283 41.7 215     31.7       2866     8.0 372 1.0    
19408 359,231    6674       18.6 86.6 6874 89.2          4579 12.7 300 45.0 205 30.7 173     25.9       4906     13.7 428 1.2    
19458 368,500    6569       17.8 83.0 6706 84.7          3943 10.7 225 34.2 146 16.4 143     21.8       3569     9.4 678 1.8    

19508 377,747    8754       23.2 110.8 8897 112.6          4170 11.0 217 24.8 144 16.4 143     16.3       3569     9.4 678 1.8    
1955   383,800    9200       24.0 122.1 9344 124.0          4167 10.8 243 26.4 187 20.3 144     15.7       3378     8.8 533 1.4    
1960   389,881    9279       23.8 126.0 9395 127.6     7.0     4382 11.2 223 24.0 173 18.6 116     12.5       3253     8.3 460 1.2    
1965   408,500    7885       19.3 99.7 7993 101.5     7.4     4542 11.1 173 21.9 126 16.0 108     13.7       3646     8.9 591 1.4    
1970   444,732    8420       18.9 92.5 8532 93.7     7.4     4447 10.0 148 17.6 121 14.4 112     13.3       4517     10.1 1039 2.3    
1975   478,832    6714       14.0 63.6 8218 77.8     6.4     4255 8.9 92 13.7 70 10.4 55     8.2     215.8     4560     9.5 1958 4.1    

1980   511,456    7783       15.2 63.3 10360 84.2     5.9     4588 9.0 85 10.9 48 6.2 46     5.9     325.6     5239     10.2 2638 5.2    
1981   515,050    7955       15.5 64.1 10567 85.0     6.1     4333 8.4 63 7.9 36 4.5 50     6.3     322.1     5249     10.2 2301 4.5    
1982   518,692    8028       15.5 64.2 10671 85.1     5.9     4479 8.7 75 9.3 49 6.1 54     6.7     322.5     5570     10.7 2620 5.1    
1983   522,924    7950       15.2 62.9 10420 82.4     5.9     4579 8.8 69 8.7 49 6.2 37     4.7     306.0     5600     10.7 2575 4.9    
1984   527,154    7940       15.1 62.3 10430 81.7     6.1     4508 8.6 70 8.8 44 5.5 53     6.7     307.2     5442     10.3 2354 4.5    
1985   531,394    8027       15.1 62.4 10569 82.0     6.0     4657 8.8 68 8.5 42 5.2 50     6.2     310.5     5549     10.4 2355 4.4    
1986   536,467    8097       15.1 62.3 10593 81.3     5.2     4760 8.9 83 10.3 63 7.8 44     5.4     302.8     5698     10.6 2410 4.5    
1987   542,395    8124       15.0 61.6 10460 79.2     5.3     4770 8.8 68 8.4 42 5.2 41     5.0     282.5     5914     10.9 2426 4.5    
1988   550,013    8116       14.8 60.6 10506 78.4     5.1     4660 8.5 53 6.5 32 3.9 44     5.4     289.1     6125     11.1 2588 4.7    
1989   558,484    8490       15.2 62.5 10821 79.5     5.4     4577 8.2 58 6.8 40 4.7 39     4.6     270.0     6151     11.0 2524 4.5    

1990   562,758    8292       14.7 60.6 10566 77.1     5.3     4590 8.2 54 6.5 30 3.6 40     4.8     270.2     6189     11.0 2502 4.4    
1991   566,792    7963       14.0 58.6 10094 74.3     5.7     4564 8.1 46 5.8 31 3.9 46     5.8     262.0     5818     10.3 2883 5.1    
1992   571,157    7729       13.5 57.1 9724 71.9     5.6     4784 8.4 54 7.0 29 3.8 43     5.6     252.2     5965     10.4 2774 4.9    
1993   579,312    7446       12.9 54.9 9298 68.6     5.7     4934 8.5 50 6.7 34 4.6 25     3.4     245.4     5945     10.3 2877 5.0    
1994   585,544    7396       12.6 54.6 9173 67.8     6.1     4781 8.2 55 7.4 35 4.7 28     3.8     236.5     6085     10.4 2668 4.6    
1995   591,837    6783       11.5 50.2 8562 63.4     5.4     4949 8.4 41 6.0 29 4.3 24     3.5     258.7     6000     10.1 2520 4.3    
1996   597,194    6752       11.3 50.1 8471 63.0     6.2     4864 8.1 48 7.1 31 4.6 28     4.1     250.4     5957     10.0 2522 4.2    
1997   597,641    6602       11.0 49.6 8256 62.1     6.3     5041 8.4 40 6.1 28 4.2 28     4.2     246.3     5968     10.0 2673 4.5    
1998   600,269    6569       10.9 49.8 8103 61.5     6.6     4933 8.2 47 7.2 39 5.9 21     3.2     230.3     5934     9.9 2592 4.3    
1999   604,210    6560       10.9 50.0 8043 61.4     5.7     4983 8.2 37 5.6 21 3.2 29     4.4     221.6     6056     10.0 2652 4.4    

2000   608,827    6501       10.7 49.7 8007 61.2     6.1     5127 8.4 39 6.0 25 3.8 32     4.9     220.9     6271     10.3 2526 4.1 1704 2.8
2001   612,308    6367       10.4 48.4 7692 58.7(11) 5.9     5202 8.5 35 5.5 23 3.6 22     3.4     209.5(12) 5983     9.8 2637 4.3 1875 3.1
2002   615,611    6386       10.4 49.3 7820 60.3(13) 6.4(14) 5069 8.2 27 4.2 18 2.8 23     3.6     221.0     6011     9.8 2653 4.3 1707 2.8
2003   619,116    6589       10.6 51.0 8067 62.3     7.0     5122 8.3 33 5.0 30 4.6 21     3.2     221.1     5988     9.7 2495 4.0 1397 2.3
  1. Resident data unless otherwise noted.
  2. Population is the census population for those years when the census was taken and is the mid-year estimate for non-census years.
    NOTE: that mid-year population estimates are revised after each census is taken, so the 1991-1999 population figures and rates
    in this table differ from those presented in older publications.
  3. Rate per 1000 population.
  4. Rate per 1000 women ages 15-44.
  5. Number of pregnancies includes Live Births and Fetal Deaths for 1857-1972, and Live Births, Fetal Deaths, and Abortions for 1973 - present.
  6. Rate per 1000 Live Births.
  7. Events per 1000 Live Births.
  8. Data for these years is based on occurence returns only.
  9. 1857 population is the 1860 census population.
  10. 1857 was the first year that town clerks were required to report vital events to the Secretary of State and returns for that year are incomplete.
  11. Corrected from 58.5 to reflect abortions reported late for 2001.
  12. Corrected from 203.7 to reflect abortions reported late for 2001.
  13. Incorrectly reported as 60.5 in 2002 Vital Statistics Report.
  14. Incorrectly reported as 5.9 in 2002 Vital Statistics Report.
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