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Fertility of American Women: June 1995 (Update)

P20-499
Amara Bachu
Component ID: #ti402144711

Data Highlights

Detailed tabulations are now available which provide fertility statistics by selected characteristics for women 15 to 44 years old in the United States, based on the June 1995 Current Population Survey. These tables provide information such as:

  • In 1995, women 15 to 44 years old had an average of 1.2 children each.
  • About 42 percent of women in the same age group were childless in 1995.
  • About 55 percent of women who had a child in the preceding 12-months were in the labor force.
  • Of the 22.8 million women who had never been married at the time of the survey, 21 percent had given birth to at least one child.
  • There were 6.1 million foreign-born women, 15 to 44 years old, whom had borne an average of 1.6 children each.

Component ID: #ti85992362

Source and Accuracy

Current Population Survey

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