Pregnancies by Outcome and Fertility, Abortion and Pregnancy Rates
Estimated Population for Females,
Michigan Residents, 2005 - 2016

White Females Age 18 - 19

Year Population Live
Births
Abortions Estimated
Miscarriages
Estimated
Pregnancies
Fertility
Rates
Abortion
Rates
Pregnancy
Rates
2016 101,190 2,628 756 601 3,985 26.0 7.5 39.4
2015 101,979 2,942 868 675 4,485 28.8 8.5 44.0
2014 103,345 3,250 943 744 4,937 31.4 9.1 47.8
2013 104,662 3,443 984 787 5,214 32.9 9.4 49.8
2012 106,228 3,689 908 829 5,426 34.7 8.5 51.1
2011 108,611 4,131 1,071 933 6,135 38.0 9.9 56.5
2010 112,725 4,493 1,236 1,022 6,751 39.9 11.0 59.9
2009 115,961 4,929 1,312 1,117 7,358 42.5 11.3 63.5
2008 115,650 4,889 1,444 1,122 7,455 42.3 12.5 64.5
2007 113,707 5,462 1,475 1,240 8,177 48.0 13.0 71.9
2006 113,892 5,517 1,621 1,266 8,404 48.4 14.2 73.8
2005 114,089 5,359 1,740 1,246 8,345 47.0 15.3 73.1

Note: Miscarriages are estimates adapted from a model developed by C. Tietz and J. Bongaarts of the Population Council (20% of the Live Births and 10% of the Abortions). Before 1983, miscarriage and pregnancy estimates use abortions age groups 10-19 instead of ages 15-19. All rates are per 1,000 age and sex specific population.

Pregnancies are the sum of live births, abortions and estimated miscarriages.
Source: 2005 - 2016 Files of Induced Abortions Occurring in Michigan and 2005 - 2016 Michigan Resident Live Birth Files, Division for Vital Records & Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Health & Human Services.
Population Estimate (latest update 9/2014), National Center for Health Statistics, U.S. Census Populations With Bridged Race Categories