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Relevant Population Characteristics for Births from Unintended Pregnancies

Relevant Population Characteristics

Women less than 20 years of age, those with less than a high school education, race other than White, Hispanic ethnicity, being unmarried, annual income less than $15,000, no health insurance or Medicaid before pregnancy, smoked or drank in three months before pregnancy, and those who had a baby within 20 months of the current pregnancy are more likely to report an unintended pregnancy.

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Content updated: Wed, 7 Feb 2018 13:20:19 MST