Live Births by Race or
Ancestry of Mother
and Age of Mother
St. Clair County, Michigan 2016
Race or
Ancestry of Mother
Age of Mother
TotalLess than 1515 – 1920 – 2425 – 2930 – 3435 – 3940 and over
Total1,587  1  94  396  510  402  145  39  
White1,478  1  82  357  482  379  140  37  
Black80  -9  33  21  14  2  1  
American Indian2  --1  -1  --
Asian & Pacific Islander14  --3  4  4  3  -
All Other Races11  -1  2  3  4  -1  
Hispanic85  -9  24  24  21  4  3  
Mid Easterner7  --1  2  2  2  -

Fertility Rates by Race or
Ancestry of Mother
and Age of Mother
St. Clair County, Michigan 2016
Race or
Ancestry of Mother
Age of Mother
TotalLess than 1515 – 1920 – 2425 – 2930 – 3435 – 3940 and over
Total58.5*19.288.6116.195.232.38.3
White57.7*18.085.4116.994.832.98.3
Black82.2-*160.2123.5***
American Indian*--*-*--
Asian & Pacific Islander*--****-
All Other Races------------------------
Hispanic70.5-*103.0154.8112.9**
Mid Easterner*--****-

Female Population for Ages 15 – 44 and by Race and Ancestry
St. Clair County, Michigan 2016
Race or
Ancestry
Age
15 – 4410 – 1415 – 1920 – 2425 – 2930 – 3435 – 3940 – 4445 – 49
Total27,141  4,937  4,888  4,472  4,391  4,221  4,484  4,685  5,712  
White25,604  4,614  4,567  4,181  4,123  3,998  4,252  4,483  5,503  
Black973  237  229  206  170  124  107  137  132  
American
Indian
216  29  43  32  39  33  39  30  31  
Asian348  57  49  53  59  66  86  35  46  
Hispanic1,206  316  263  233  155  186  184  185  153  
Mid Easterner172  87  33  42  15  44  36  2  93  


Notes:

Rates are per 1,000 female population.


*An asterisk indicates figure does not meet standards of reliability or precision.

--- Triple dashes indicates that the data is not available.


-A dash indicates quantity zero.

Source: 2016 Geocoded Michigan Birth Certificate Registry.
Division for Vital Records & Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Health & Human Services

Bridged Population Estimates (latest update 9/30/2017) released by the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), CDC. The Arab population estimates includes estimates of Arab, Chaldean, Assyrian and Syriac ancestry. The Arab population is based on interpolation between the 2000 census and adjusted American Community Survey estimates, birth estimates or other sources. Estimates for smaller regions or age groups are subject to the same error as the ACS, and these errors may propagate into the interpolation. Care should be taken when using estimates for smaller regions or age groups.