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Definitions: Babies who weigh less than 2,500 grams (approximately 5 lb. 8 oz.) at birth are considered low-birthweight. The percent is based on total live births. An * indicates fewer than six occurrences.
Data Source: Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Division for Vital Records and Health Statistics.
Footnotes: These data are based on three-year averages, with the latest year listed. Births by county and city are based on the mother’s residence.
Alicia Guevara-Warren, Kids Count in Michigan Project Director
The Michigan League for Public Policy (MLPP) is a statewide citizens non-profit organization dedicated to education, research and advocacy for the benefit of low income and other vulnerable citizens in the state of Michigan. MLPP has advocated for policies to improve the well-being of Michigan residents since 1912.