Table C
Number, Ratio and Rate of Reported Induced Abortions
United States, 1980 - 2014

Year Guttmacher Abortion Estimates CDC Abortion Surveillance System
Induced
Abortions
Ratio Rate Induced
Abortions
Ratio  Rate 
1980 1,545,170 428 28 1,297,606 359 25
1985 1,578,800 420 28 1,328,570 353 24
1990 --- --- --- 1,429,247 344 24
1991 1,549,180 377 26 1,388,937 338 24
1992 1,520,810 374 26 1,359,146 334 23
1993 --- --- --- 1,330,414 333 23
1994 1,423,000 360 24 1,267,415 321 21
1995 1,359,400 349 23 1,210,883 311 20
1996 1,360,200 350 22 1,225,937 315 21
1997 1,335,000 344 22 1,186,039 306 20
1998 1,319,000 335 22 884,273 264 17
1999 1,314,800 332 21 861,789 256 17
2000 1,313,000 323 21 857,475 245 16
2001 1,291,000 321 21 853,485 246 16
2002 1,269,000 316 21 854,122 250 16
2003 1,250,000 306 20 848,163 245 16
2004 1,216,050 296 20 839,226 241 16
2005 1,198,960 290 19 820,151 236 16
2006 1,242,000 291 20 852,385 237 16
2007 1,202,960 279 19 827,609 230 16
2008 1,212,350 225 19 825,564 232 16
2009 1,151,600 279 19 789,217 227 15
2010 1,102,670 276 18 765,651 228 15
2011 1,058,490 268 17 730,322 219 14
2012 1,011,000 256 16 699,202 210 13
2013 958,700 244 15 664,435 169 13
2014 926,190 232 15 --- --- ---

Note: The ratio is the number of reported induced abortions per 1,000 live births. The rate is the number of reported induced abortions per 1,000 women aged 15-44 years.

Triple dashes (---) indicates data is not available.

Between 2004-2013, CDC Abortion Surveillance System covered approximately the same 47 reporting areas. The CDC number of abortions excludes states that did not report in certain years: Alaska (1999--2002), California (1999--2013), Louisiana (2005), Maryland (2007--2008, 2013), New Hampshire (1999--2013), Oklahoma (1999), and West Virginia (2003--2004).
Source: CDC's Abortion Surveillance System, National Center For Health Statistics.

Guttmacher: 1980-1999: Trends in the Characteristics of Women Obtaining Abortions, 1974 to 2004. 2000, 2004, 2005 and 2007: Guttmacher Institute Abortion Provider Census. No surveys were conducted in 2001, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2009 or 2012. Data for those years were estimated by using interpolation. 2011-2014: Abortion Incidence and Service Availability in the United States, 2014 (Volume 49, No. 1, March 2017.)