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Total population (Number)

Location Data Type 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
Number
19,259,543
19,507,369
19,815,183
20,148,654
20,484,142
Orange
Number
1,202,978
1,227,995
1,252,396
1,280,387
1,313,880
Location Data Type 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
Number
19,259,543
19,507,369
19,815,183
20,148,654
20,484,142
Orange
Number
1,202,978
1,227,995
1,252,396
1,280,387
1,313,880
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Definitions: The total population, all ages.

Data Source: Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Florida Legislature, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: Developed at annual Florida Consensus Estimating Conferences. Represents April 1 data.

Total population projections (Number)

Location Data Type 2035 2025 2045
Florida
Number
25,397,354
22,943,880
27,378,423
Orange
Number
1,794,346
1,553,815
1,995,112
Location Data Type 2035 2025 2045
Florida
Number
25,397,354
22,943,880
27,378,423
Orange
Number
1,794,346
1,553,815
1,995,112
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Definitions:

The population projections for the total population, all ages.

Data Source: Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Florida Legislature, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: Developed at annual Florida Consensus Estimating Conferences. Represents April 1 data.

Population under age 18 (Number & Percent)

Location Data Type 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
Number
4,039,172
4,058,750
4,070,060
4,125,176
4,180,677
Florida
Percent
21.0%
20.8%
20.5%
20.5%
20.4%
Orange
Number
284,691
290,101
290,486
296,548
304,021
Orange
Percent
23.7%
23.6%
23.2%
23.2%
23.1%
Location Data Type 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
Number
4,039,172
4,058,750
4,070,060
4,125,176
4,180,677
Florida
Percent
21.0%
20.8%
20.5%
20.5%
20.4%
Orange
Number
284,691
290,101
290,486
296,548
304,021
Orange
Percent
23.7%
23.6%
23.2%
23.2%
23.1%
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Definitions:

Total number of children under age 18.
Percent of children under 18 to the total population.

Data Source: Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Florida Legislature, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: Developed at annual Florida Consensus Estimating Conferences. Represents April 1 data.

Population age 0 to 4 (Number)

Location Data Type 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
Number
1,090,136
1,096,571
1,107,257
1,123,323
1,139,341
Orange
Number
77,843
79,194
80,691
82,219
84,127
Location Data Type 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
Number
1,090,136
1,096,571
1,107,257
1,123,323
1,139,341
Orange
Number
77,843
79,194
80,691
82,219
84,127
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Definitions: Total number of children age 0 to 4.

Data Source: Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Florida Legislature, Tallahassee, Florida

Footnotes: Developed at annual Florida Consensus Estimating Conferences. Represents April 1 data.

Population age 5 to 9 (Number)

Location Data Type 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
Number
1,110,415
1,123,189
1,128,619
1,143,363
1,158,077
Orange
Number
77,781
79,406
79,469
81,281
83,491
Location Data Type 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
Number
1,110,415
1,123,189
1,128,619
1,143,363
1,158,077
Orange
Number
77,781
79,406
79,469
81,281
83,491
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Definitions: Total number of children age 5 to 9.

Data Source: Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Florida Legislature, Tallahassee, Florida

Footnotes: Developed at annual Florida Consensus Estimating Conferences. Represents April 1 data.

Population age 10 to 14 (Number)

Location Data Type 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
Number
1,136,049
1,139,827
1,134,648
1,153,304
1,172,204
Orange
Number
80,213
82,242
81,310
82,973
85,033
Location Data Type 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
Number
1,136,049
1,139,827
1,134,648
1,153,304
1,172,204
Orange
Number
80,213
82,242
81,310
82,973
85,033
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Definitions: Total number of children age 10 to 14.

Data Source: Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Florida Legislature, Tallahassee, Florida

Footnotes: Developed at annual Florida Consensus Estimating Conferences. Represents April 1 data.

Population age 15 to 17 (Number)

Location Data Type 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
Number
702,572
699,163
699,536
705,186
711,055
Orange
Number
48,854
49,259
49,016
50,075
51,370
Location Data Type 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
Number
702,572
699,163
699,536
705,186
711,055
Orange
Number
48,854
49,259
49,016
50,075
51,370
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Definitions: Total number of children age 15 to 17.

Data Source: Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Florida Legislature, Tallahassee, Florida

Footnotes: Developed at annual Florida Consensus Estimating Conferences. Represents April 1 data.

Population age 15 to 19 (Number)

Location Data Type 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
Number
1,198,964
1,193,363
1,195,367
1,205,364
1,215,690
Orange
Number
89,496
90,169
89,648
91,523
93,819
Location Data Type 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
Number
1,198,964
1,193,363
1,195,367
1,205,364
1,215,690
Orange
Number
89,496
90,169
89,648
91,523
93,819
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Definitions: Total number of children age 15 to 19.

Data Source: Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Florida Legislature, Tallahassee, Florida

Footnotes: Developed at annual Florida Consensus Estimating Conferences. Represents April 1 data.

Population age 20 to 24 (Number)

Location Data Type 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
Number
1,278,296
1,298,089
1,311,557
1,314,588
1,317,560
Orange
Number
103,228
102,677
109,672
110,298
111,368
Location Data Type 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
Number
1,278,296
1,298,089
1,311,557
1,314,588
1,317,560
Orange
Number
103,228
102,677
109,672
110,298
111,368
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Definitions: Total number of young adults age 20 to 24.

Data Source: Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Florida Legislature, Tallahassee, Florida

Footnotes: Developed at annual Florida Consensus Estimating Conferences. Represents April 1 data.

Population projections under age 18 (Number)

Location Data Type 2035 2025 2045
Florida
Number
5,019,912
4,602,239
5,294,039
Orange
Number
405,791
356,761
441,901
Location Data Type 2035 2025 2045
Florida
Number
5,019,912
4,602,239
5,294,039
Orange
Number
405,791
356,761
441,901
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Definitions: The population projections for the total number of children under age 18.

Data Source: Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Florida Legislature, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: Developed at annual Florida Consensus Estimating Conferences. Represents April 1 data.

Total population by race and ethnicity - 2004-2013 (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
White
Number
15,127,466
14,109,162
14,149,465
15,164,720
15,292,108
Florida
Black
Number
3,087,476
2,999,862
3,035,088
3,251,639
3,296,953
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
535,541
1,692,286
1,720,495
658,075
670,482
Florida
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
4,014,443
4,223,806
4,326,103
4,408,389
4,532,232
Orange
White
Number
801,748
728,795
733,479
833,002
848,111
Orange
Black
Number
248,400
238,241
242,012
266,499
275,736
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
58,734
178,920
181,851
76,440
79,131
Orange
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
296,362
308,244
314,625
325,045
340,200
Location Race Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
White
Number
15,127,466
14,109,162
14,149,465
15,164,720
15,292,108
Florida
Black
Number
3,087,476
2,999,862
3,035,088
3,251,639
3,296,953
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
535,541
1,692,286
1,720,495
658,075
670,482
Florida
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
4,014,443
4,223,806
4,326,103
4,408,389
4,532,232
Orange
White
Number
801,748
728,795
733,479
833,002
848,111
Orange
Black
Number
248,400
238,241
242,012
266,499
275,736
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
58,734
178,920
181,851
76,440
79,131
Orange
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
296,362
308,244
314,625
325,045
340,200
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Definitions:

 

Total population by race and Hispanic origin. White includes persons who designated white as their only racial category. Black includes persons who designated black or African American as their only racial category. Other alone or two or more races includes persons who designated a single racial category other than white or black or who designated two or more races on the 2010 U.S. Census. Hispanic includes persons who classified themselves in one of the specific Hispanic or Latino categories. Hispanic may be of any race. Individuals who identify as Hispanic were also included in the racial category they identified with.


Data Source: Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Florida Legislature, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: Developed at the annual Florida Consensus Estimating Conferences. Represents April 1 data.

Total population by race and ethnicity - 2014 - present (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
11,127,218
11,167,333
11,237,831
11,313,436
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
3,112,775
3,183,125
3,257,147
3,319,150
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
600,160
616,454
632,588
646,899
Florida
Hispanic
Number
4,667,216
4,848,271
5,021,088
5,204,657
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
544,952
546,354
547,946
549,859
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
255,869
263,046
271,360
281,316
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
72,951
75,106
77,500
80,354
Orange
Hispanic
Number
354,223
367,890
383,581
402,351
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
11,127,218
11,167,333
11,237,831
11,313,436
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
3,112,775
3,183,125
3,257,147
3,319,150
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
600,160
616,454
632,588
646,899
Florida
Hispanic
Number
4,667,216
4,848,271
5,021,088
5,204,657
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
544,952
546,354
547,946
549,859
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
255,869
263,046
271,360
281,316
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
72,951
75,106
77,500
80,354
Orange
Hispanic
Number
354,223
367,890
383,581
402,351
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Definitions: Total population, all ages, by race and ethnicity. White includes persons who designated white non-Hispanic as their only racial/ethnic category. Black includes persons who designated black or African American non-Hispanic as their only racial/ethnic category. Other alone or two or more races includes persons who designated a single racial/ethnic category other than white non-Hispanic or black non-Hispanic or who designated two or more races non-Hispanic on the 2010 U.S. Census. Hispanic includes persons who classified themselves in one of the specific Hispanic or Latino categories. Hispanic may be of any race and are not included in the racial categories white non-Hispanic, black non-Hispanic, and other alone or two or more races non-Hispanic.


Data Source: Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Florida Legislature, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: Developed at the annual Florida Consensus Estimating Conferences. Represents April 1 data.

Population under age 18 by race and ethnicity - 2004 - 2013 (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
White
Number
3,070,721
2,616,093
2,637,941
2,930,614
2,944,375
Florida
Black
Number
912,915
863,432
862,707
931,192
935,696
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
158,423
522,566
505,896
155,534
159,101
Florida
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
1,072,298
1,104,624
1,129,210
1,146,241
1,177,576
Orange
White
Number
190,201
148,102
152,950
182,472
186,393
Orange
Black
Number
75,803
70,474
70,615
77,687
79,828
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
17,921
51,571
50,188
17,729
18,470
Orange
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
87,509
87,959
89,522
91,988
95,966
Location Race Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
White
Number
3,070,721
2,616,093
2,637,941
2,930,614
2,944,375
Florida
Black
Number
912,915
863,432
862,707
931,192
935,696
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
158,423
522,566
505,896
155,534
159,101
Florida
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
1,072,298
1,104,624
1,129,210
1,146,241
1,177,576
Orange
White
Number
190,201
148,102
152,950
182,472
186,393
Orange
Black
Number
75,803
70,474
70,615
77,687
79,828
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
17,921
51,571
50,188
17,729
18,470
Orange
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
87,509
87,959
89,522
91,988
95,966
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Definitions:

Population under age 18 by race and Hispanic origin. White includes persons who designated white as their only racial category. Black includes persons who designated black or African American as their only racial category. Other alone or two or more races includes persons who designated a single racial category other than white or black or who designated two or more races on the 2010 U.S. Census. Hispanic includes persons who classified themselves in one of the specific Hispanic or Latino categories. Hispanic may be of any race. Individuals who identify as Hispanic were also included in the racial category they identified with.

 

 

Data Source: Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Florida Legislature, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: Developed at the annual Florida Consensus Estimating Conferences. Represents April 1 data.

Population under age 18 by race and ethnicity - 2014 - present (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
1,835,937
1,817,084
1,818,628
1,821,154
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
875,636
882,194
896,753
908,100
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
138,767
142,048
146,642
150,924
Florida
Hispanic
Number
1,208,410
1,228,734
1,263,153
1,300,499
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
100,448
97,853
98,067
98,332
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
73,583
74,508
76,468
78,874
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
16,709
17,163
17,881
18,716
Orange
Hispanic
Number
99,361
100,962
104,132
108,099
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
1,835,937
1,817,084
1,818,628
1,821,154
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
875,636
882,194
896,753
908,100
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
138,767
142,048
146,642
150,924
Florida
Hispanic
Number
1,208,410
1,228,734
1,263,153
1,300,499
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
100,448
97,853
98,067
98,332
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
73,583
74,508
76,468
78,874
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
16,709
17,163
17,881
18,716
Orange
Hispanic
Number
99,361
100,962
104,132
108,099
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Definitions: Population under age 18, by race and ethnicity. White includes persons who designated white non-Hispanic as their only racial/ethnic category. Black includes persons who designated black or African American non-Hispanic as their only racial/ethnic category. Other alone or two or more races includes persons who designated a single racial/ethnic category other than white non-Hispanic or black non-Hispanic or who designated two or more races non-Hispanic on the 2010 U.S. Census. Hispanic includes persons who classified themselves in one of the specific Hispanic or Latino categories. Hispanic may be of any race and are not included in the racial categories white non-Hispanic, black non-Hispanic, and other alone or two or more races non-Hispanic.

Data Source: Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Florida Legislature, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: Developed at the annual Florida Consensus Estimating Conferences. Represents April 1 data.
Data for groups less than 10 are represented by an * due to confidentiality.

Population age 0 to 4 by race and ethnicity - 2004-2013 (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
White
Number
827,901
680,139
693,306
779,763
784,286
Florida
Black
Number
259,708
235,271
234,768
259,395
262,136
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
44,981
158,096
148,511
42,514
43,714
Florida
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
317,020
312,283
317,409
319,360
325,943
Orange
White
Number
55,878
39,890
41,132
49,324
50,195
Orange
Black
Number
22,105
19,538
19,623
21,921
22,651
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
5,225
14,757
14,126
4,756
4,997
Orange
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
25,210
24,200
24,621
25,259
26,322
Location Race Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
White
Number
827,901
680,139
693,306
779,763
784,286
Florida
Black
Number
259,708
235,271
234,768
259,395
262,136
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
44,981
158,096
148,511
42,514
43,714
Florida
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
317,020
312,283
317,409
319,360
325,943
Orange
White
Number
55,878
39,890
41,132
49,324
50,195
Orange
Black
Number
22,105
19,538
19,623
21,921
22,651
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
5,225
14,757
14,126
4,756
4,997
Orange
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
25,210
24,200
24,621
25,259
26,322
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Definitions:

Population age 0 to 4 by race and Hispanic origin. White includes persons who designated white as their only racial category. Black includes persons who designated black or African American as their only racial category. Other alone or two or more races includes persons who designated a single racial category other than white or black or who designated two or more races on the 2010 U.S. Census. Hispanic includes persons who classified themselves in one of the specific Hispanic or Latino categories. Hispanic may be of any race. Individuals who identify as Hispanic were also included in the racial category they identified with.



 

Data Source: Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Florida Legislature, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: Developed at the annual Florida Consensus Estimating Conferences. Represents April 1 data.
Data for groups less than 10 are represented by an * due to confidentiality.

Population age 0 to 4 by race and ethnicity - 2014-present (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
479,971
485,464
489,674
494,148
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
246,441
253,632
257,141
259,707
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
38,296
40,051
41,260
42,392
Florida
Hispanic
Number
331,863
328,110
335,248
343,094
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
26,422
26,154
26,514
26,888
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
21,021
22,075
22,563
23,182
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
4,575
4,892
5,091
5,322
Orange
Hispanic
Number
27,176
27,570
28,051
28,735
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
479,971
485,464
489,674
494,148
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
246,441
253,632
257,141
259,707
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
38,296
40,051
41,260
42,392
Florida
Hispanic
Number
331,863
328,110
335,248
343,094
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
26,422
26,154
26,514
26,888
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
21,021
22,075
22,563
23,182
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
4,575
4,892
5,091
5,322
Orange
Hispanic
Number
27,176
27,570
28,051
28,735
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Definitions: Population age 0 to 4, by race and ethnicity. White includes persons who designated white non-Hispanic as their only racial/ethnic category. Black includes persons who designated black or African American non-Hispanic as their only racial/ethnic category. Other alone or two or more races includes persons who designated a single racial/ethnic category other than white non-Hispanic or black non-Hispanic or who designated two or more races non-Hispanic on the 2010 U.S. Census. Hispanic includes persons who classified themselves in one of the specific Hispanic or Latino categories. Hispanic may be of any race and are not included in the racial categories white non-Hispanic, black non-Hispanic, and other alone or two or more races non-Hispanic.

Data Source: Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Florida Legislature, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: Developed at the annual Florida Consensus Estimating Conferences. Represents April 1 data.
Data for groups less than 10 are represented by an * due to confidentiality.

Population age 5 to 9 by race and ethnicity - 2004-2013 (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
White
Number
842,766
705,193
712,607
799,370
807,921
Florida
Black
Number
248,662
231,330
233,190
253,828
256,997
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
43,174
143,732
141,334
44,315
45,497
Florida
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
301,275
299,050
308,284
316,308
328,035
Orange
White
Number
52,840
40,645
41,515
49,699
50,808
Orange
Black
Number
20,860
19,060
19,265
21,181
21,819
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
4,932
14,049
13,815
4,942
5,154
Orange
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
24,292
23,926
24,359
25,126
26,259
Location Race Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
White
Number
842,766
705,193
712,607
799,370
807,921
Florida
Black
Number
248,662
231,330
233,190
253,828
256,997
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
43,174
143,732
141,334
44,315
45,497
Florida
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
301,275
299,050
308,284
316,308
328,035
Orange
White
Number
52,840
40,645
41,515
49,699
50,808
Orange
Black
Number
20,860
19,060
19,265
21,181
21,819
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
4,932
14,049
13,815
4,942
5,154
Orange
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
24,292
23,926
24,359
25,126
26,259
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Population age 5 to 9 by race and Hispanic origin. White includes persons who designated white as their only racial category. Black includes persons who designated black or African American as their only racial category. Other alone or two or more races includes persons who designated a single racial category other than white or black or who designated two or more races on the 2010 U.S. Census. Hispanic includes persons who classified themselves in one of the specific Hispanic or Latino categories. Hispanic may be of any race. Individuals who identify as Hispanic were also included in the racial category they identified with.

Data Source: Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Florida Legislature, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: Developed at the annual Florida Consensus Estimating Conferences. Represents April 1 data.
Data for groups less than 10 are represented by an * due to confidentiality.

Population age 5 to 9 by race and ethnicity - 2014-present (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
501,385
495,605
497,098
498,857
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
242,103
243,338
248,866
253,475
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
39,885
40,710
42,173
43,542
Florida
Hispanic
Number
339,816
348,966
355,226
362,203
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
27,302
26,580
26,443
26,320
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
20,178
20,328
21,082
21,963
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
4,674
4,772
5,017
5,296
Orange
Hispanic
Number
27,252
27,789
28,739
29,912
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
501,385
495,605
497,098
498,857
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
242,103
243,338
248,866
253,475
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
39,885
40,710
42,173
43,542
Florida
Hispanic
Number
339,816
348,966
355,226
362,203
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
27,302
26,580
26,443
26,320
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
20,178
20,328
21,082
21,963
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
4,674
4,772
5,017
5,296
Orange
Hispanic
Number
27,252
27,789
28,739
29,912
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Definitions: Population age 5 to 9, by race and ethnicity. White includes persons who designated white non-Hispanic as their only racial/ethnic category. Black includes persons who designated black or African American non-Hispanic as their only racial/ethnic category. Other alone or two or more races includes persons who designated a single racial/ethnic category other than white non-Hispanic or black non-Hispanic or who designated two or more races non-Hispanic on the 2010 U.S. Census. Hispanic includes persons who classified themselves in one of the specific Hispanic or Latino categories. Hispanic may be of any race and are not included in the racial categories white non-Hispanic, black non-Hispanic, and other alone or two or more races non-Hispanic.

Data Source: Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Florida Legislature, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: Developed at the annual Florida Consensus Estimating Conferences. Represents April 1 data.
Data for groups less than 10 are represented by an * due to confidentiality.

Population age 10 to 14 by race and ethnicity - 2004-2013 (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
White
Number
860,589
753,271
754,295
831,335
833,629
Florida
Black
Number
245,051
239,485
240,036
257,209
258,444
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
42,763
138,091
136,345
42,948
43,976
Florida
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
284,255
304,676
311,086
315,753
324,234
Orange
White
Number
51,137
41,597
42,934
51,474
52,987
Orange
Black
Number
20,116
19,258
19,393
21,429
22,081
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
4,757
14,120
13,810
4,926
5,145
Orange
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
23,980
24,534
24,985
25,784
26,965
Location Race Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
White
Number
860,589
753,271
754,295
831,335
833,629
Florida
Black
Number
245,051
239,485
240,036
257,209
258,444
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
42,763
138,091
136,345
42,948
43,976
Florida
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
284,255
304,676
311,086
315,753
324,234
Orange
White
Number
51,137
41,597
42,934
51,474
52,987
Orange
Black
Number
20,116
19,258
19,393
21,429
22,081
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
4,757
14,120
13,810
4,926
5,145
Orange
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
23,980
24,534
24,985
25,784
26,965
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Definitions:

Population age 10 to 14 by race and Hispanic origin. White includes persons who designated white as their only racial category. Black includes persons who designated black or African American as their only racial category. Other alone or two or more races includes persons who designated a single racial category other than white or black or who designated two or more races on the 2010 U.S. Census. Hispanic includes persons who classified themselves in one of the specific Hispanic or Latino categories. Hispanic may be of any race. Individuals who identify as Hispanic were also included in the racial category they identified with.

Data Source: Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Florida Legislature, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: Developed at the annual Florida Consensus Estimating Conferences. Represents April 1 data.
Data for groups less than 10 are represented by an * due to confidentially.

Population age 10 to 14 by race and ethnicity - 2014-present (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
527,017
513,757
512,584
511,727
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
241,629
240,262
244,520
247,873
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
38,455
38,778
40,074
41,262
Florida
Hispanic
Number
332,726
341,851
356,126
371,342
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
29,197
28,068
27,983
27,912
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
20,382
20,261
20,732
21,324
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
4,663
4,702
4,881
5,091
Orange
Hispanic
Number
28,000
28,279
29,377
30,706
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
527,017
513,757
512,584
511,727
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
241,629
240,262
244,520
247,873
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
38,455
38,778
40,074
41,262
Florida
Hispanic
Number
332,726
341,851
356,126
371,342
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
29,197
28,068
27,983
27,912
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
20,382
20,261
20,732
21,324
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
4,663
4,702
4,881
5,091
Orange
Hispanic
Number
28,000
28,279
29,377
30,706
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Definitions: Population age 10 to 14, by race and ethnicity. White includes persons who designated white non-Hispanic as their only racial/ethnic category. Black includes persons who designated black or African American non-Hispanic as their only racial/ethnic category. Other alone or two or more races includes persons who designated a single racial/ethnic category other than white non-Hispanic or black non-Hispanic or who designated two or more races non-Hispanic on the 2010 U.S. Census. Hispanic includes persons who classified themselves in one of the specific Hispanic or Latino categories. Hispanic may be of any race and are not included in the racial categories white non-Hispanic, black non-Hispanic, and other alone or two or more races non-Hispanic.

Data Source: Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Florida Legislature, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: Developed at the annual Florida Consensus Estimating Conferences. Represents April 1 data.
Data for groups less than 10 are represented by an * due to confidentiality.

Population age 15 to 17 by race and ethnicity - 2004-2013 (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
White
Number
539,465
477,490
477,733
520,146
518,539
Florida
Black
Number
159,494
157,346
154,713
160,760
158,119
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
27,505
82,647
79,706
25,757
25,914
Florida
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
169,748
188,615
192,431
194,820
199,364
Orange
White
Number
30,346
25,970
27,369
31,975
32,403
Orange
Black
Number
12,722
12,618
12,334
13,156
13,277
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
3,007
8,645
8,437
3,105
3,174
Orange
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
14,027
15,299
15,557
15,819
16,420
Location Race Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
White
Number
539,465
477,490
477,733
520,146
518,539
Florida
Black
Number
159,494
157,346
154,713
160,760
158,119
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
27,505
82,647
79,706
25,757
25,914
Florida
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
169,748
188,615
192,431
194,820
199,364
Orange
White
Number
30,346
25,970
27,369
31,975
32,403
Orange
Black
Number
12,722
12,618
12,334
13,156
13,277
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
3,007
8,645
8,437
3,105
3,174
Orange
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
14,027
15,299
15,557
15,819
16,420
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Definitions:

Population age 15 to 17 by race and Hispanic origin. White includes persons who designated white as their only racial category. Black includes persons who designated black or African American as their only racial category. Other alone or two or more races includes persons who designated a single racial category other than white or black or who designated two or more races on the 2010 U.S. Census. Hispanic includes persons who classified themselves in one of the specific Hispanic or Latino categories. Hispanic may be of any race. Individuals who identify as Hispanic were also included in the racial category they identified with.

Data Source: Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Florida Legislature, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: Developed at the annual Florida Consensus Estimating Conferences. Represents April 1 data.
Data for groups less than 10 are represented by an * due to confidentially.

Population age 15 to 17 by race and ethnicity - 2014-present (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
327,564
322,258
319,272
316,422
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
145,463
144,962
146,226
147,045
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
22,131
22,509
23,135
23,728
Florida
Hispanic
Number
204,005
209,807
216,553
223,860
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
17,527
17,051
17,127
17,212
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
12,002
11,844
12,091
12,405
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
2,797
2,797
2,892
3,007
Orange
Hispanic
Number
16,933
17,324
17,965
18,746
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
327,564
322,258
319,272
316,422
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
145,463
144,962
146,226
147,045
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
22,131
22,509
23,135
23,728
Florida
Hispanic
Number
204,005
209,807
216,553
223,860
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
17,527
17,051
17,127
17,212
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
12,002
11,844
12,091
12,405
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
2,797
2,797
2,892
3,007
Orange
Hispanic
Number
16,933
17,324
17,965
18,746
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Definitions: Population age 15 to 17, by race and ethnicity. White includes persons who designated white non-Hispanic as their only racial/ethnic category. Black includes persons who designated black or African American non-Hispanic as their only racial/ethnic category. Other alone or two or more races includes persons who designated a single racial/ethnic category other than white non-Hispanic or black non-Hispanic or who designated two or more races non-Hispanic on the 2010 U.S. Census. Hispanic includes persons who classified themselves in one of the specific Hispanic or Latino categories. Hispanic may be of any race and are not included in the racial categories white non-Hispanic, black non-Hispanic, and other alone or two or more races non-Hispanic.

Data Source: Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Florida Legislature, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: Developed at the annual Florida Consensus Estimating Conferences. Represents April 1 data.
Data for groups less than 10 are represented by an * due to confidentiality.

Population age 15 to 19 by race and ethnicity - 2004-2013 (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
White
Number
890,857
816,711
816,156
887,050
884,124
Florida
Black
Number
264,714
270,644
264,458
275,147
270,669
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
45,435
141,027
135,050
43,913
44,171
Florida
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
288,069
320,545
326,282
330,239
337,935
Orange
White
Number
54,393
51,158
51,580
59,797
60,526
Orange
Black
Number
21,010
21,920
21,668
23,167
23,382
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
4,966
15,289
14,818
5,468
5,588
Orange
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
24,298
26,867
27,321
27,780
28,835
Location Race Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
White
Number
890,857
816,711
816,156
887,050
884,124
Florida
Black
Number
264,714
270,644
264,458
275,147
270,669
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
45,435
141,027
135,050
43,913
44,171
Florida
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
288,069
320,545
326,282
330,239
337,935
Orange
White
Number
54,393
51,158
51,580
59,797
60,526
Orange
Black
Number
21,010
21,920
21,668
23,167
23,382
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
4,966
15,289
14,818
5,468
5,588
Orange
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
24,298
26,867
27,321
27,780
28,835
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Definitions: Population age 15 to 19 by race and Hispanic origin. White includes persons who designated white as their only racial category. Black includes persons who designated black or African American as their only racial category. Other alone or two or more races includes persons who designated a single racial category other than white or black or who designated two or more races on the 2010 U.S. Census. Hispanic includes persons who classified themselves in one of the specific Hispanic or Latino categories. Hispanic may be of any race. Individuals who identify as Hispanic were also included in the racial category they identified with.

Data Source: Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Florida Legislature, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: Developed at the annual Florida Consensus Estimating Conferences. Represents April 1 data.
Data for groups less than 10 are represented by an * due to confidentially.

Population age 15 to 19 by race and ethnicity - 2014-present (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
560,628
551,907
547,103
542,559
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
249,246
249,101
251,252
252,705
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
37,741
38,481
39,540
40,547
Florida
Hispanic
Number
345,748
355,878
367,469
379,879
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
34,366
33,433
33,582
33,750
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
21,141
20,864
21,298
21,852
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
4,926
4,927
5,094
5,296
Orange
Hispanic
Number
29,736
30,424
31,549
32,921
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
560,628
551,907
547,103
542,559
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
249,246
249,101
251,252
252,705
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
37,741
38,481
39,540
40,547
Florida
Hispanic
Number
345,748
355,878
367,469
379,879
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
34,366
33,433
33,582
33,750
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
21,141
20,864
21,298
21,852
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
4,926
4,927
5,094
5,296
Orange
Hispanic
Number
29,736
30,424
31,549
32,921
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Definitions: Population age 15 to 19, by race and ethnicity. White includes persons who designated white non-Hispanic as their only racial/ethnic category. Black includes persons who designated black or African American non-Hispanic as their only racial/ethnic category. Other alone or two or more races includes persons who designated a single racial/ethnic category other than white non-Hispanic or black non-Hispanic or who designated two or more races non-Hispanic on the 2010 U.S. Census. Hispanic includes persons who classified themselves in one of the specific Hispanic or Latino categories. Hispanic may be of any race and are not included in the racial categories white non-Hispanic, black non-Hispanic, and other alone or two or more races non-Hispanic.

Data Source: Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Florida Legislature, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: Developed at the annual Florida Consensus Estimating Conferences. Represents April 1 data.
Data for groups less than 10 are represented by an * due to confidentiality.

Population age 20 to 24 by race and ethnicity - 2004-2013 (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
White
Number
897,634
832,171
851,527
934,884
946,949
Florida
Black
Number
264,174
252,566
254,501
274,865
279,673
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
44,591
144,021
136,698
50,276
51,674
Florida
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
289,710
324,781
333,288
339,952
350,265
Orange
White
Number
64,088
66,225
65,519
72,421
71,639
Orange
Black
Number
20,670
21,626
21,501
23,619
24,146
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
4,886
17,970
17,222
7,312
7,443
Orange
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
24,463
28,054
28,458
29,257
30,487
Location Race Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
White
Number
897,634
832,171
851,527
934,884
946,949
Florida
Black
Number
264,174
252,566
254,501
274,865
279,673
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
44,591
144,021
136,698
50,276
51,674
Florida
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
289,710
324,781
333,288
339,952
350,265
Orange
White
Number
64,088
66,225
65,519
72,421
71,639
Orange
Black
Number
20,670
21,626
21,501
23,619
24,146
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races
Number
4,886
17,970
17,222
7,312
7,443
Orange
Hispanic (of any race)
Number
24,463
28,054
28,458
29,257
30,487
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Definitions:

Population age 20 to 24 by race and Hispanic origin. White includes persons who designated white as their only racial category. Black includes persons who designated black or African American as their only racial category. Other alone or two or more races includes persons who designated a single racial category other than white or black or who designated two or more races on the 2010 U.S. Census. Hispanic includes persons who classified themselves in one of the specific Hispanic or Latino categories. Hispanic may be of any race.
Individuals who identify as Hispanic were also included in the racial category they identified with.

Data Source: Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Florida Legislature, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: Developed at the annual Florida Consensus Estimating Conferences. Represents April 1 data.
Data for groups less than 10 are represented by an * due to confidentially.

Population age 20 to 24 by race and ethnicity - 2014-present (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
624,806
620,905
613,676
606,587
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
266,625
268,355
267,098
265,097
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
45,768
46,567
46,799
46,921
Florida
Hispanic
Number
360,890
375,730
387,015
398,955
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
42,318
48,020
47,502
47,012
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
22,055
22,262
22,343
22,545
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
6,749
6,782
6,777
6,806
Orange
Hispanic
Number
31,555
32,608
33,676
35,005
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015 2016 2017
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
624,806
620,905
613,676
606,587
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
266,625
268,355
267,098
265,097
Florida
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
45,768
46,567
46,799
46,921
Florida
Hispanic
Number
360,890
375,730
387,015
398,955
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
42,318
48,020
47,502
47,012
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
22,055
22,262
22,343
22,545
Orange
Other Alone or Two or More Races non-Hispanic
Number
6,749
6,782
6,777
6,806
Orange
Hispanic
Number
31,555
32,608
33,676
35,005
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Definitions: Population age 20 to 24, by race and ethnicity. White includes persons who designated white non-Hispanic as their only racial/ethnic category. Black includes persons who designated black or African American non-Hispanic as their only racial/ethnic category. Other alone or two or more races includes persons who designated a single racial/ethnic category other than white non-Hispanic or black non-Hispanic or who designated two or more races non-Hispanic on the 2010 U.S. Census. Hispanic includes persons who classified themselves in one of the specific Hispanic or Latino categories. Hispanic may be of any race and are not included in the racial categories white non-Hispanic, black non-Hispanic, and other alone or two or more races non-Hispanic.

Data Source: Office of Economic and Demographic Research, Florida Legislature, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: Developed at the annual Florida Consensus Estimating Conferences. Represents April 1 data.
Data for groups less than 10 are represented by an * due to confidentiality.

All persons in poverty (Number & Percent)

Location Data Type 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Florida
Number
3,248,276
3,268,130
3,231,142
3,129,061
2,986,237
Florida
Percent
17.2%
17.1%
16.6%
15.8%
14.8%
Orange
Number
212,737
217,956
222,654
196,882
209,800
Orange
Percent
18.1%
18.2%
18.2%
15.6%
16.3%
Location Data Type 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Florida
Number
3,248,276
3,268,130
3,231,142
3,129,061
2,986,237
Florida
Percent
17.2%
17.1%
16.6%
15.8%
14.8%
Orange
Number
212,737
217,956
222,654
196,882
209,800
Orange
Percent
18.1%
18.2%
18.2%
15.6%
16.3%
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Definitions: The number of individuals of all ages who live below the U.S. poverty threshold, as defined by the U.S. Office of Management and Budget. The percent in poverty is all individuals living in poverty divided by all individuals for whom poverty status is determined. The poverty threshold was $24,339 for a family of two adults and two related children under age 18 in 2016.

Data Source: Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates, U.S. Census Bureau, Washington, DC

Children under age 18 in poverty (Number & Percent)

Location Data Type 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Florida
Number
1,011,096
982,272
962,857
944,415
869,892
Florida
Percent
25.6%
24.8%
24.2%
23.4%
21.3%
Orange
Number
74,437
71,808
71,168
64,759
65,087
Orange
Percent
27.1%
26.0%
25.4%
22.6%
22.2%
Location Data Type 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Florida
Number
1,011,096
982,272
962,857
944,415
869,892
Florida
Percent
25.6%
24.8%
24.2%
23.4%
21.3%
Orange
Number
74,437
71,808
71,168
64,759
65,087
Orange
Percent
27.1%
26.0%
25.4%
22.6%
22.2%
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Definitions: The number of individuals under age 18 who live below the U.S. poverty threshold, as defined by the U.S. Office of Management and Budget. The percent in poverty is individuals under age 18 living in poverty divided by individuals under age 18 for whom poverty status is determined. The poverty threshold was $24,339 for a family of two adults and two related children under age 18 in 2016.

Data Source: Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates, U.S. Census Bureau, Washington, DC

Public school student enrollment (Number)

Location Data Type 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16
Florida
Number
2,668,155
2,692,162
2,720,074
2,756,944
2,791,525
Orange
Number
180,000
183,066
187,092
191,648
196,853
Location Data Type 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16
Florida
Number
2,668,155
2,692,162
2,720,074
2,756,944
2,791,525
Orange
Number
180,000
183,066
187,092
191,648
196,853
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Definitions: The number of students (Pre-K to 12) enrolled in the Florida public school system (based on a Fall count).

Data Source: Division of Accountability, Research and Measurement, PK-12 Education Information Services, Florida Department of Education, Tallahassee, FL

Students enrolled in classes for English language learners (Number)

Location Data Type 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16
Florida
Number
243,835
251,896
259,744
261,758
273,605
Orange
Number
28,058
24,968
24,771
26,501
27,986
Location Data Type 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16
Florida
Number
243,835
251,896
259,744
261,758
273,605
Orange
Number
28,058
24,968
24,771
26,501
27,986
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Definitions: The number of students classified as Limited English Proficient and enrolled in a program or receiving services that are specifically designed to meet the instructional needs of English Language Learner (ELL) students, regardless of instructional model/approach.
The student is classified as an ELL if they were not born in the United States and their native language is a language other than English; or were born in the United States and come from home environments where a language other than English is spoken in the home; or are American Indian or Alaskan natives and come from environments where a language other than English has had a significant impact on their level of English proficiency; and, by reason thereof, have sufficient difficulty speaking, reading, writing, or listening to the English language to deny such individuals the opportunity to learn successfully in classrooms where the language instruction is English.
.

Data Source: Division of Accountability, Research and Measurement, PK-12 Education Information Services, Florida Department of Education, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: Beginning with 2012/13 and 2013/14 data - LNE=Low Number Event - data are suppressed for counties with less than 10 students enrolled in ELL classes.
Beginning with 2014/15 data - an asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Students enrolled in exceptional education programs (Number)

Location Data Type 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16
Florida
Number
497,338
497,927
507,198
518,407
531,618
Orange
Number
32,067
31,982
32,886
33,648
34,439
Location Data Type 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16
Florida
Number
497,338
497,927
507,198
518,407
531,618
Orange
Number
32,067
31,982
32,886
33,648
34,439
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Definitions: The number of public school students enrolled in at least one of the identified exceptional student programs. Students with more than one exceptionality are counted only once by their primary exceptionality. Students participating in the gifted program are included in this count.

Data Source: Division of Accountability, Research and Measurement, PK-12 Education Information Services, Florida Department of Education, Tallahassee, FL

Students eligible to participate in free/reduced lunch (Percent & Number)

Location Data Type 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16
Florida
Percent
57.6%
58.6%
58.5%
58.4%
58.7%
Florida
Number
1,536,049
1,576,720
1,590,629
1,608,983
1,637,787
Orange
Percent
54.3%
62.1%
61.1%
59.4%
64.9%
Orange
Number
97,691
113,769
114,338
113,757
127,871
Location Data Type 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16
Florida
Percent
57.6%
58.6%
58.5%
58.4%
58.7%
Florida
Number
1,536,049
1,576,720
1,590,629
1,608,983
1,637,787
Orange
Percent
54.3%
62.1%
61.1%
59.4%
64.9%
Orange
Number
97,691
113,769
114,338
113,757
127,871
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Definitions: The number of public school students eligible to participate in the free and reduced lunch program. The percent is the number of students eligible to participate divided by the total public school enrollment. Eligibility is based on reported income.

Data Source: PK-12 Education Information Services, Division of Accountability, Research and Measurement, Florida Department of Education, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: The United States Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Services is responsible for overseeing the program nationally. The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Food, Nutrition and Wellness administer the program in Florida.
http://www.freshfromflorida.com/Divisions-Offices/Food-Nutrition-and-Wellness

Disciplinary action (Number)

Location Disciplinary Action Data Type 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14
Florida
Total
Number
572,875
NA
NA
NA
NA
Florida
Corporal Punishment
Number
3,661
3,146
2,966
2,757
2,170
Florida
In-School Suspensions
Number
253,923
243,483
228,198
211,179
198,882
Florida
Out-of-School Suspensions
Number
226,146
213,350
197,870
178,254
172,982
Florida
Placement in Alternative Education Setting
Number
7,972
7,844
6,528
6,723
7,182
Orange
Total
Number
44,137
NA
NA
NA
NA
Orange
Corporal Punishment
Number
0
0
0
0
0
Orange
In-School Suspensions
Number
14,659
13,860
11,099
11,635
10,849
Orange
Out-of-School Suspensions
Number
16,424
17,304
13,781
15,078
13,288
Orange
Placement in Alternative Education Setting
Number
124
607
294
825
891
Location Disciplinary Action Data Type 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14
Florida
Total
Number
572,875
NA
NA
NA
NA
Florida
Corporal Punishment
Number
3,661
3,146
2,966
2,757
2,170
Florida
In-School Suspensions
Number
253,923
243,483
228,198
211,179
198,882
Florida
Out-of-School Suspensions
Number
226,146
213,350
197,870
178,254
172,982
Florida
Placement in Alternative Education Setting
Number
7,972
7,844
6,528
6,723
7,182
Orange
Total
Number
44,137
NA
NA
NA
NA
Orange
Corporal Punishment
Number
0
0
0
0
0
Orange
In-School Suspensions
Number
14,659
13,860
11,099
11,635
10,849
Orange
Out-of-School Suspensions
Number
16,424
17,304
13,781
15,078
13,288
Orange
Placement in Alternative Education Setting
Number
124
607
294
825
891

Definitions:

 

Disciplinary Actions - Florida Department of Education has identified nine types of disciplinary actions. More than one disciplinary action per student may have occurred during the year. Corporal Punishment- the moderate use of physical force or physical contact by either a teacher or principal to maintain discipline or to enforce school rule. In-School Suspensions - the temporary removal of a student from the school program not exceeding ten days. Out-of-School Suspensions - the temporary removal of a student from a school and the school program for a period not exceeding ten days or extended beyond ten school days pending School Board hearing for expulsion. Placement in Alternative Education Setting - the student is removed from the school for an offense, not expelled, and placed in an alternative education setting.

Data Source: Division of Accountability, Research and Measurement, PK-12 Education Information Services, Florida Department of Education, Tallahassee, FL

Non-promotions (Number)

Location Data Type 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15
Florida
Number
101,701
103,714
107,378
101,357
90,422
Orange
Number
6,191
5,739
5,427
5,959
2,428
Location Data Type 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15
Florida
Number
101,701
103,714
107,378
101,357
90,422
Orange
Number
6,191
5,739
5,427
5,959
2,428
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Definitions: The number of public school students retained in the same grade rather than advancing the student to the next appropriate grade level.

Data Source: Division of Accountability, Research and Measurement, PK-12 Education Information Services, Florida Department of Education, Tallahassee, FL

Dropouts (Number)

Location Data Type 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15
Florida
Number
24,427
27,124
28,660
28,074
29,060
Orange
Number
816
1,111
847
623
326
Location Data Type 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15
Florida
Number
24,427
27,124
28,660
28,074
29,060
Orange
Number
816
1,111
847
623
326
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Definitions: The number of public school students who withdraws from school for any reason cited in statute without transferring to another school, home education program, or adult education program. Dropout classifications used for data collection include, but are not limited to, voluntary withdrawal from school prior to graduation (i.e., after passing the age of compulsory school attendance), failure to meet attendance requirements due to excessive absenteeism, discontinued attendance with whereabouts unknown, and failure to enter/attend school as expected after having registered.

Data Source: Division of Accountability, Research and Measurement, PK-12 Education Information Services, Florida Department of Education, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: Beginning with 2012/13 and 2013/14 data - LNE=Low Number Event - data are suppressed for counties with less than 10 students enrolled in ELL classes.
Beginning with 2014/15 data - an asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Graduation rate (Rate per 100)

Location Data Type 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16
Florida
Rate per 100
74.5
75.6
76.1
77.9
80.7
Orange
Rate per 100
73.9
75.9
74.6
77.6
81.3
Location Data Type 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16
Florida
Rate per 100
74.5
75.6
76.1
77.9
80.7
Orange
Rate per 100
73.9
75.9
74.6
77.6
81.3
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Definitions: The percentage of public school students who have graduated within four years of entering ninth grade for the first time (tracked by student ID number). Students who are deceased or transfer out of the school or district to attend elsewhere are removed from the group of students (cohort) tracked. Incoming transfer students, at enrollment, are included in the county of the class with which they are scheduled to graduate. Those receiving a standard diploma are included; those receiving a special diploma, completing the GED examination, and Certificate recipients are excluded. Federal regulations require each state to calculate a four-year adjusted cohort graduation rate which only includes standard diplomas. The US Department of Education (USED) adopted this new graduation rate calculation method to develop uniform, accurate, and comparable graduation rates across all states. Beginning in 2011/12 Florida is calculating and reporting only the federal uniform graduation rate. This method replaces the National Governors Association (NGA) rate which is no longer calculated. The federal rate meets the requirements of Florida's NGA compact.

Data Source: Division of Accountability, Research and Measurement, PK-12 Education Information Services, Florida Department of Education, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: Public school data. Data begins with School Year (SY) 1992/93. Beginning with the school year 1998/99, the method used to calculate the graduation rate changed. Beginning in school year 2011/2012, Florida began calculating and reporting only the federal uniform graduation rate in compliance with new federal regulations requiring each state to utilize the same calculation method. Graduation rates using different calculation methodologies should not be compared.

Private school student enrollment (Number)

Location Data Type 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16
Florida
Number
316,745
320,423
325,502
331,013
345,796
Orange
Number
23,020
24,769
26,510
25,627
27,077
Location Data Type 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16
Florida
Number
316,745
320,423
325,502
331,013
345,796
Orange
Number
23,020
24,769
26,510
25,627
27,077
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Definitions: The number of students enrolled as reported by a private school in Florida. A private school is defined as an individual, association, co-partnership, or corporation or department, division, or section of such organizations, that designates itself as an educational center that includes kindergarten or a "higher grade" and is below the college level. Private elementary and secondary schools in Florida are not licensed, approved, accredited, or regulated by the Florida Department of Education.

Data Source: Office of Independent Education and Parental Choice, Florida Department of Education, Tallahassee, FL

Families registered in home education programs (Number)

Location Data Type 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16
Florida
Number
48,803
54,212
56,689
58,144
58,197
Orange
Number
2,712
3,089
2,953
3,402
3,675
Location Data Type 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16
Florida
Number
48,803
54,212
56,689
58,144
58,197
Orange
Number
2,712
3,089
2,953
3,402
3,675
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Definitions: The number of families who notified the superintendent of schools in the county of residence of their intent to establish and maintain a home education program. Parents register with their school district as a single home education family. The state does not require a particular educational background for parents or standard curricula for home education students. Students in home educations programs must annually undergo one of five academic evaluation options, the results of which must be submitted to the school district by the parent.

Data Source: Office of Independent Education and Parental Choice, Florida Department of Education, Tallahassee, FL

Children registered in home education programs (Number)

Location Data Type 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16
Florida
Number
72,408
75,801
77,054
84,096
83,359
Orange
Number
3,755
4,069
3,950
4,458
4,785
Location Data Type 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16
Florida
Number
72,408
75,801
77,054
84,096
83,359
Orange
Number
3,755
4,069
3,950
4,458
4,785
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Definitions: The number of children in families who notified the superintendent of schools in the county of residence of their intent to establish and maintain a home education program. Parents register with their school district as a single home education family. The state does not require a particular educational background for parents or standard curricula for home education students. Students in home educations programs must annually undergo one of five academic evaluation options, the results of which must be submitted to the school district by the parent.

Data Source: Office of Independent Education and Parental Choice, Florida Department of Education, Tallahassee, FL

Public school student enrollment by race and Hispanic origin (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014/15 2015/16
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
1,108,312
1,101,576
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
626,249
628,560
Florida
Other race alone non-Hispanic
Number
84,769
87,055
Florida
Two or more races non-Hispanic
Number
90,186
93,674
Florida
Hispanic
Number
847,428
880,660
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
55,116
54,731
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
51,744
52,263
Orange
Other race alone non-Hispanic
Number
9,628
9,895
Orange
Two or more races non-Hispanic
Number
4,379
4,353
Orange
Hispanic
Number
70,781
75,611
Location Race Data Type 2014/15 2015/16
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
1,108,312
1,101,576
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
626,249
628,560
Florida
Other race alone non-Hispanic
Number
84,769
87,055
Florida
Two or more races non-Hispanic
Number
90,186
93,674
Florida
Hispanic
Number
847,428
880,660
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
55,116
54,731
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
51,744
52,263
Orange
Other race alone non-Hispanic
Number
9,628
9,895
Orange
Two or more races non-Hispanic
Number
4,379
4,353
Orange
Hispanic
Number
70,781
75,611
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Definitions: The number of students (Pre-K to 12) enrolled in the Florida public school system (based on a Fall count) by race and Hispanic origin.
Race and Hispanic categories are as follows:
White, non-Hispanic - a person having origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa;
Black, non-Hispanic - a person having origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa;
Other race, non-Hispanic - a person choosing one of the following single race categories alone:

  • American Indian or Alaskan Native - a person having origins in any of the original peoples of North and South America (including Central America), and who maintains tribal affiliation or community attachment;
  • Asian - a person having origins in any of the original peoples of the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent including, for example, Cambodia, China, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippine Islands, Thailand, and Vietnam;
  • Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander - a person having origins in any of the original peoples of Hawaii, Guam, Samoa, or other Pacific Islands;

Two or more races - a person having origins of two or more of the above listed racial categories.
Hispanic - A person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. The term, “Spanish origin” can be used in addition to “Hispanic or Latino”.


Data Source: Division of Accountability, Research and Measurement, PK-12 Education Information Services, Florida Department of Education, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Students enrolled in classes for English language learners by race and Hispanic origin (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014/15 2015/16
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
15,408
16,662
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
29,219
28,943
Florida
Other race alone non-Hispanic
Number
11,699
11,905
Florida
Two or more races non-Hispanic
Number
1,225
1,167
Florida
Hispanic
Number
204,207
214,928
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
1,469
1,635
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
3,994
3,889
Orange
Other race alone non-Hispanic
Number
1,398
1,352
Orange
Two or more races non-Hispanic
Number
78
57
Orange
Hispanic
Number
19,562
21,053
Location Race Data Type 2014/15 2015/16
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
15,408
16,662
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
29,219
28,943
Florida
Other race alone non-Hispanic
Number
11,699
11,905
Florida
Two or more races non-Hispanic
Number
1,225
1,167
Florida
Hispanic
Number
204,207
214,928
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
1,469
1,635
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
3,994
3,889
Orange
Other race alone non-Hispanic
Number
1,398
1,352
Orange
Two or more races non-Hispanic
Number
78
57
Orange
Hispanic
Number
19,562
21,053
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Definitions: The number of students classified as Limited English Proficient and enrolled in a program or receiving services that are specifically designed to meet the instructional needs of English Language Learner (ELL) students, regardless of instructional model/approach.
The student is classified as an ELL if they were not born in the United States and their native language is a language other than English; or were born in the United States and come from home environments where a language other than English is spoken in the home; or are American Indian or Alaskan natives and come from environments where a language other than English has had a significant impact on their level of English proficiency; and, by reason thereof, have sufficient difficulty speaking, reading, writing, or listening to the English language to deny such individuals the opportunity to learn successfully in classrooms where the language instruction is English by race and Hispanic origin.

Race and Hispanic categories are as follows:
White, non-Hispanic - a person having origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa;
Black, non-Hispanic - a person having origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa;
Other race, non-Hispanic - a person choosing one of the following single race categories alone:

American Indian or Alaskan Native - a person having origins in any of the original peoples of North and South America (including Central America), and who maintains tribal affiliation or community attachment;
Asian - a person having origins in any of the original peoples of the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent including, for example, Cambodia, China, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippine Islands, Thailand, and Vietnam;
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander - a person having origins in any of the original peoples of Hawaii, Guam, Samoa, or other Pacific Islands;


Two or more races - a person having origins of two or more of the above listed racial categories.
Hispanic - A person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. The term, “Spanish origin” can be used in addition to “Hispanic or Latino”.

Data Source: Division of Accountability, Research and Measurement, PK-12 Education Information Services, Florida Department of Education, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Students enrolled in exceptional education program by race and Hispanic origin (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014/15 2015/16
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
229,604
232,095
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
106,705
108,809
Florida
Other race alone non-Hispanic
Number
16,612
17,206
Florida
Two or more races non-Hispanic
Number
16,757
17,830
Florida
Hispanic
Number
148,729
155,678
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
12,505
12,405
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
7,218
7,262
Orange
Other race alone non-Hispanic
Number
1,917
2,021
Orange
Two or more races non-Hispanic
Number
896
916
Orange
Hispanic
Number
11,112
11,835
Location Race Data Type 2014/15 2015/16
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
229,604
232,095
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
106,705
108,809
Florida
Other race alone non-Hispanic
Number
16,612
17,206
Florida
Two or more races non-Hispanic
Number
16,757
17,830
Florida
Hispanic
Number
148,729
155,678
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
12,505
12,405
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
7,218
7,262
Orange
Other race alone non-Hispanic
Number
1,917
2,021
Orange
Two or more races non-Hispanic
Number
896
916
Orange
Hispanic
Number
11,112
11,835
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Definitions: The number of public school students enrolled in at least one of the identified exceptional student programs. Students with more than one exceptionality are counted only once by their primary exceptionality. Students participating in the gifted program are included in this count by race and Hispanic origin.

Race and Hispanic categories are as follows:
White, non-Hispanic - a person having origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa;
Black, non-Hispanic - a person having origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa;
Other race, non-Hispanic - a person choosing one of the following single race categories alone:

American Indian or Alaskan Native - a person having origins in any of the original peoples of North and South America (including Central America), and who maintains tribal affiliation or community attachment;
Asian - a person having origins in any of the original peoples of the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent including, for example, Cambodia, China, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippine Islands, Thailand, and Vietnam;
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander - a person having origins in any of the original peoples of Hawaii, Guam, Samoa, or other Pacific Islands;


Two or more races - a person having origins of two or more of the above listed racial categories.
Hispanic - A person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. The term, “Spanish origin” can be used in addition to “Hispanic or Latino”.

Data Source: Division of Accountability, Research and Measurement, PK-12 Education Information Services, Florida Department of Education, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Graduation Rate by race and Hispanic origin (Rate per 100)

Location Race Data Type 2014/15 2015/16
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Rate per 100
82.8
85.1
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Rate per 100
68.0
72.3
Florida
Other race alone non-Hispanic
Rate per 100
88.8
89.7
Florida
Two or more races non-Hispanic
Rate per 100
81.5
82.7
Florida
Hispanic
Rate per 100
76.7
79.5
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Rate per 100
86.9
88.9
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Rate per 100
66.1
70.3
Orange
Other race alone non-Hispanic
Rate per 100
90.8
92.5
Orange
Two or more races non-Hispanic
Rate per 100
86.4
86.7
Orange
Hispanic
Rate per 100
75.7
80.8
Location Race Data Type 2014/15 2015/16
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Rate per 100
82.8
85.1
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Rate per 100
68.0
72.3
Florida
Other race alone non-Hispanic
Rate per 100
88.8
89.7
Florida
Two or more races non-Hispanic
Rate per 100
81.5
82.7
Florida
Hispanic
Rate per 100
76.7
79.5
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Rate per 100
86.9
88.9
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Rate per 100
66.1
70.3
Orange
Other race alone non-Hispanic
Rate per 100
90.8
92.5
Orange
Two or more races non-Hispanic
Rate per 100
86.4
86.7
Orange
Hispanic
Rate per 100
75.7
80.8
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Definitions: The percentage of public school students who have graduated within four years of entering ninth grade for the first time (tracked by student ID number). Students who are deceased or transfer out of the school or district to attend elsewhere are removed from the group of students (cohort) tracked. Incoming transfer students, at enrollment, are included in the county of the class with which they are scheduled to graduate. Those receiving a standard diploma are included; those receiving a special diploma, completing the GED examination, and Certificate recipients are excluded. Federal regulations require each state to calculate a four-year adjusted cohort graduation rate which only includes standard diplomas. The US Department of Education (USED) adopted this new graduation rate calculation method to develop uniform, accurate, and comparable graduation rates across all states. Beginning in 2011/12 Florida is calculating and reporting only the federal uniform graduation rate. This method replaces the National Governors Association (NGA) rate which is no longer calculated. The federal rate meets the requirements of Florida's NGA compact by race and Hispanic origin.

Race and Hispanic categories are as follows:
White, non-Hispanic - a person having origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa;
Black, non-Hispanic - a person having origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa;
Other race, non-Hispanic - a person choosing one of the following single race categories alone:

American Indian or Alaskan Native - a person having origins in any of the original peoples of North and South America (including Central America), and who maintains tribal affiliation or community attachment;
Asian - a person having origins in any of the original peoples of the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent including, for example, Cambodia, China, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippine Islands, Thailand, and Vietnam;
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander - a person having origins in any of the original peoples of Hawaii, Guam, Samoa, or other Pacific Islands;


Two or more races - a person having origins of two or more of the above listed racial categories.
Hispanic - A person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. The term, “Spanish origin” can be used in addition to “Hispanic or Latino”.


Data Source: Division of Accountability, Research and Measurement, PK-12 Education Information Services, Florida Department of Education, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Students eligible to participate in free/reduced lunch by race and Hispanic origin (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014/15 2015/16
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
439,352
439,748
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
482,800
488,807
Florida
Other race alone non-Hispanic
Number
33,765
34,726
Florida
Two or more races non-Hispanic
Number
50,718
52,958
Florida
Hispanic
Number
602,348
621,548
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
17,764
19,787
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
39,347
43,102
Orange
Other race alone non-Hispanic
Number
4,150
4,705
Orange
Two or more races non-Hispanic
Number
2,249
2,376
Orange
Hispanic
Number
50,247
57,901
Location Race Data Type 2014/15 2015/16
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
439,352
439,748
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
482,800
488,807
Florida
Other race alone non-Hispanic
Number
33,765
34,726
Florida
Two or more races non-Hispanic
Number
50,718
52,958
Florida
Hispanic
Number
602,348
621,548
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
17,764
19,787
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
39,347
43,102
Orange
Other race alone non-Hispanic
Number
4,150
4,705
Orange
Two or more races non-Hispanic
Number
2,249
2,376
Orange
Hispanic
Number
50,247
57,901
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Definitions: The number of public school students eligible to participate in the free and reduced lunch program by race and Hispanic origin. The percent is the number of students eligible to participate divided by the total public school enrollment. Eligibility is based on reported income.

Race and Hispanic categories are as follows:
White, non-Hispanic - a person having origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa;
Black, non-Hispanic - a person having origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa;
Other race, non-Hispanic - a person choosing one of the following single race categories alone:

American Indian or Alaskan Native - a person having origins in any of the original peoples of North and    South America (including Central America), and who maintains tribal affiliation or community attachment;
Asian - a person having origins in any of the original peoples of the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent including, for example, Cambodia, China, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippine Islands, Thailand, and Vietnam;
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander - a person having origins in any of the original peoples of Hawaii, Guam, Samoa, or other Pacific Islands;

Two or more races - a person having origins of two or more of the above listed racial categories.
Hispanic - A person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. The term, “Spanish origin” can be used in addition to “Hispanic or Latino”.

Data Source: PK-12 Education Information Services, Division of Accountability, Research and Measurement, Florida Department of Education, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: The United States Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Services is responsible for overseeing the program nationally. The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Food, Nutrition and Wellness administer the program in Florida.
http://www.freshfromflorida.com/Divisions-Offices/Food-Nutrition-and-Wellness

Births (Rate per 1,000 resident population & Number)

Location Data Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Florida
Rate per 1,000 resident population
11.3
11.2
11.1
11.2
11.3
Florida
Number
213,237
212,954
215,194
219,905
224,273
Orange
Rate per 1,000 resident population
13.3
13.4
13.2
13.1
13.2
Orange
Number
15,392
15,729
15,829
16,221
16,718
Location Data Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Florida
Rate per 1,000 resident population
11.3
11.2
11.1
11.2
11.3
Florida
Number
213,237
212,954
215,194
219,905
224,273
Orange
Rate per 1,000 resident population
13.3
13.4
13.2
13.1
13.2
Orange
Number
15,392
15,729
15,829
16,221
16,718
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Definitions: The number of live births. The birth rate is the number of live births per 1,000 resident population.

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health. Population estimates used for calculating the birth rates are provided by the Department of Health, Office of Health Statistics and Assessment in consultation with the Florida's Legislature's Office of Economic and Demographic Research.

Footnotes: Based on place of residence; mother's residence was used when it differed from the father's residence.

Births to mothers under age 20 (Number & Percent)

Location Data Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Florida
Percent
8.1%
7.6%
6.6%
5.9%
5.4%
Florida
Number
17,320
16,142
14,120
12,953
12,086
Orange
Percent
8.0%
7.2%
6.3%
5.5%
5.0%
Orange
Number
1,235
1,136
1,000
893
831
Location Data Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Florida
Percent
8.1%
7.6%
6.6%
5.9%
5.4%
Florida
Number
17,320
16,142
14,120
12,953
12,086
Orange
Percent
8.0%
7.2%
6.3%
5.5%
5.0%
Orange
Number
1,235
1,136
1,000
893
831
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Definitions: The number of live births to mothers under age twenty. The percent of births to mothers under age twenty is the number of live births to mothers under age twenty divided by the total number of live births.

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: 1992-2013 - Low Number Event (LNE) indicates unreliable rates and ratios, those with denominators less than 100.
Beginning in 2014, an asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Births to mothers age 20 and over (Percent & Number)

Location Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
Percent
94.1%
94.6%
Florida
Number
206,917
212,178
Orange
Percent
94.5%
95.0%
Orange
Number
15,326
15,887
Location Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
Percent
94.1%
94.6%
Florida
Number
206,917
212,178
Orange
Percent
94.5%
95.0%
Orange
Number
15,326
15,887
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Definitions: Number of live births to mothers age 20 and over. Percent is the number of live births to mothers age 20 and over to all live births.

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Teen births age 15 to 17 (Rate per 1,000 & Number)

Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Rate per 1,000
17.8
15.5
13.7
12.3
10.8
Florida
Number
6,308
5,398
4,723
4,219
3,698
Orange
Rate per 1,000
20.5
16.5
15.0
11.9
10.1
Orange
Number
459
381
354
282
242
Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Rate per 1,000
17.8
15.5
13.7
12.3
10.8
Florida
Number
6,308
5,398
4,723
4,219
3,698
Orange
Rate per 1,000
20.5
16.5
15.0
11.9
10.1
Orange
Number
459
381
354
282
242

Definitions: The number of births to females age 15 to 17. The birth rate is the number of births to age specific females per 1,000 female population of the same age group; fertility rate.

Data Source: Office of Vital Statistics, Florida Department of Health, Jacksonville, FL

Footnotes: Beginning with the 2014 data, Florida KIDS COUNT will no longer be updating this data in the data center.

Teen births age 15 to 19 (Rate per 1,000 & Number)

Location Data Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Florida
Rate per 1,000
29.0
27.1
23.8
21.9
20.3
Florida
Number
17,126
15,950
13,956
12,811
11,956
Orange
Rate per 1,000
28.2
25.7
22.3
19.9
18.2
Orange
Number
1,223
1,122
985
884
823
Location Data Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Florida
Rate per 1,000
29.0
27.1
23.8
21.9
20.3
Florida
Number
17,126
15,950
13,956
12,811
11,956
Orange
Rate per 1,000
28.2
25.7
22.3
19.9
18.2
Orange
Number
1,223
1,122
985
884
823
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Definitions: The number of births to females age 15 to 19. The birth rate is the number of births to age specific females per 1,000 female population of the same age group; fertility rate. 

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health. Population estimates used for calculating the birth rates are provided by the Department of Health, Office of Health Statistics and Assessment in consultation with the Florida's Legislature's Office of Economic and Demographic Research.

Footnotes: Based on place of residence; mother's residence was used when it differed from the father's residence.
Beginning with 2014, an asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Births to unwed mothers age 15 to 19 (Number)

Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Number
19,862
17,332
15,721
14,543
12,722
Orange
Number
1,338
1,138
1,158
1,018
913
Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Number
19,862
17,332
15,721
14,543
12,722
Orange
Number
1,338
1,138
1,158
1,018
913

Definitions: The number of live births to mothers age 15 to 19 who recorded on the birth certificate that they were not married.

Data Source: Office of Vital Statistics, Florida Department of Health, Jacksonville, Florida

Footnotes: Beginning with the 2014 data, Florida KIDS COUNT will no longer be updating this data in the data center.

Births to mothers age 15 to 19 with a previous live birth (Number)

Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Number
4,163
3,412
2,988
2,693
2,283
Orange
Number
266
221
221
215
182
Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Number
4,163
3,412
2,988
2,693
2,283
Orange
Number
266
221
221
215
182

Definitions: The number of births to mothers age 15 to 19 who recorded on the birth certificate that they had at least one previous live birth.

Data Source: Office of Vital Statistics, Florida Department of Health, Jacksonville, Florida

Footnotes: Beginning with the 2014 data, Florida KIDS COUNT will no longer be updating this data in the data center.

Low birthweight births to mothers age 15 to 19 (Number)

Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Number
2,289
2,086
1,742
1,595
1,347
Orange
Number
150
145
134
124
106
Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Number
2,289
2,086
1,742
1,595
1,347
Orange
Number
150
145
134
124
106

Definitions: The number of infants weighing less than 2,500 grams (5 lbs. 8 oz.) at birth born to mothers age 15 to 19.

Data Source: Office of Vital Statistics, Florida Department of Health, Jacksonville, Florida

Footnotes: Beginning with the 2014 data, Florida KIDS COUNT will no longer be updating this data in the data center.

Births to mothers age 20 to 24 (Rate per 1,000 & Number)

Location Data Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Florida
Rate per 1,000
85.5
82.6
80.1
77.8
74.9
Florida
Number
52,032
51,073
50,386
49,803
48,043
Orange
Rate per 1,000
68.9
68.8
66.0
66.6
65.6
Orange
Number
3,540
3,522
3,394
3,410
3,336
Location Data Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Florida
Rate per 1,000
85.5
82.6
80.1
77.8
74.9
Florida
Number
52,032
51,073
50,386
49,803
48,043
Orange
Rate per 1,000
68.9
68.8
66.0
66.6
65.6
Orange
Number
3,540
3,522
3,394
3,410
3,336
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Definitions: The number of births to mothers age 20 to 24. The birth rate is the number of births to age specific females per 1,000 female population of the same age group; fertility rate.

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health. Population estimates used for calculating the birth rates are provided by the Department of Health, Office of Health Statistics and Assessment in consultation with the Florida's Legislature's Office of Economic and Demographic Research.

Footnotes: Based on place of residence; mother's residence was used when it differed from the father's residence.
Beginning with 2014, an asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Births to unwed mothers under age 20 - 2004-2013 (Percent & Number)

Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Percent
9.1%
8.2%
7.5%
6.9%
6.0%
Florida
Number
20,124
17,580
15,911
14,732
12,885
Orange
Percent
8.8%
7.6%
7.6%
6.6%
5.9%
Orange
Number
1,360
1,147
1,169
1,032
928
Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Percent
9.1%
8.2%
7.5%
6.9%
6.0%
Florida
Number
20,124
17,580
15,911
14,732
12,885
Orange
Percent
8.8%
7.6%
7.6%
6.6%
5.9%
Orange
Number
1,360
1,147
1,169
1,032
928
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Definitions: The number of live births to mothers under age twenty who recorded on the birth certificate that they were not married. The percent of unwed mothers under age twenty is the number of live births to unwed mothers under age twenty divided by the total number of live births.

Data Source: Office of Vital Statistics, Florida Department of Health, Jacksonville, FL

Footnotes:  Low Number Event (LNE) indicates unreliable rates and ratios, those with denominators less than 100.

Births to unwed mothers under age 20 - 2014 - present (Percent & Number)

Location Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
Percent
91.5%
91.4%
Florida
Number
11,841
11,054
Orange
Percent
92.3%
92.9%
Orange
Number
823
771
Location Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
Percent
91.5%
91.4%
Florida
Number
11,841
11,054
Orange
Percent
92.3%
92.9%
Orange
Number
823
771
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Definitions: The number of live births to mothers under age twenty who recorded on the birth certificate that they were not married. The percent of births to unwed mothers under age twenty is the number of live births to unwed mothers under age twenty divided by the total number of live births to mothers under age 20.

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Births to unwed mothers (Percent & Number)

Location Data Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Florida
Percent
47.6%
48.0%
48.0%
47.9%
47.8%
Florida
Number
101,466
102,135
103,303
105,278
106,998
Orange
Percent
46.8%
46.2%
46.4%
46.7%
46.1%
Orange
Number
7,207
7,261
7,341
7,573
7,699
Location Data Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Florida
Percent
47.6%
48.0%
48.0%
47.9%
47.8%
Florida
Number
101,466
102,135
103,303
105,278
106,998
Orange
Percent
46.8%
46.2%
46.4%
46.7%
46.1%
Orange
Number
7,207
7,261
7,341
7,573
7,699
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Definitions: Births to mothers who recorded on the birth certificate that they were not married. The percent of births to unwed mothers is the number of live births to unwed mothers divided by the total number of live births.

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: 1992-2013 - Low Number Event (LNE) indicates unreliable rates and ratios, those with denominators less than 100.
Beginning in 2014, an asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Births to unwed mothers age 20 and over - 2004-2013 (Percent & Number)

Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Percent
38.6%
39.3%
40.1%
41.0%
42.0%
Florida
Number
85,528
84,224
85,545
87,398
90,418
Orange
Percent
37.8%
38.4%
39.2%
39.6%
40.5%
Orange
Number
5,825
5,830
6,035
6,229
6,413
Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Percent
38.6%
39.3%
40.1%
41.0%
42.0%
Florida
Number
85,528
84,224
85,545
87,398
90,418
Orange
Percent
37.8%
38.4%
39.2%
39.6%
40.5%
Orange
Number
5,825
5,830
6,035
6,229
6,413
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Definitions: The number of births to mothers age twenty and over who recorded on the birth certificate that they were not married. The percent of births to unwed mothers age twenty and over is the number of live births to unwed mothers age 20 and over divided by the total number of live births.

Data Source: Office of Vital Statistics, Florida Department of Health, Jacksonville, FL

Footnotes: Low Number Event (LNE) indicates unreliable rates and ratios, those with denominators less than 100.

Births to unwed mothers age 20 and over - 2014-present (Percent & Number)

Location Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
Percent
45.2%
45.3%
Florida
Number
93,426
95,944
Orange
Percent
44.1%
43.7%
Orange
Number
6,749
6,928
Location Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
Percent
45.2%
45.3%
Florida
Number
93,426
95,944
Orange
Percent
44.1%
43.7%
Orange
Number
6,749
6,928
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Definitions: The number of births to mothers age twenty and over who recorded on the birth certificate that they were not married. The percent of births to unwed mothers age twenty and over is the number of live births to unwed mothers age 20 and over divided by the total number of live births to mothers age 20 and over.

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Births to mothers receiving early prenatal care (Percent & Number)

Location Data Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Florida
Percent
80.3%
80.0%
79.9%
79.4%
79.3%
Florida
Number
154,294
159,307
159,880
160,186
161,643
Orange
Percent
84.4%
83.9%
86.0%
83.9%
83.1%
Orange
Number
11,951
12,305
12,643
11,540
11,433
Location Data Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Florida
Percent
80.3%
80.0%
79.9%
79.4%
79.3%
Florida
Number
154,294
159,307
159,880
160,186
161,643
Orange
Percent
84.4%
83.9%
86.0%
83.9%
83.1%
Orange
Number
11,951
12,305
12,643
11,540
11,433
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Definitions: Births to mothers who received prenatal care in the first trimester of pregnancy. The percent early prenatal care is the number of live births that received prenatal care within the first trimester of pregnancy divided by the total number of live births. Starting in 2004, "trimester prenatal care began" is calculated as the time from the date of the last menstrual period to the date of the first prenatal care visit. Prior to 2004, these data were obtained by direct question that noted the trimester the mother began prenatal care. Consequently, these data are not comparable to data from prior years.

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: 1992-2013 Low Number Event (LNE) indicates unreliable rates and ratios, those with denominators less than 100.
Beginning in 2014, an asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Low birthweight births (Percent & Number)

Location Data Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Florida
Percent
8.7%
8.6%
8.5%
8.7%
8.6%
Florida
Number
18,558
18,291
18,371
19,104
19,367
Orange
Percent
8.9%
8.4%
9.0%
8.6%
9.0%
Orange
Number
1,363
1,325
1,430
1,398
1,508
Location Data Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Florida
Percent
8.7%
8.6%
8.5%
8.7%
8.6%
Florida
Number
18,558
18,291
18,371
19,104
19,367
Orange
Percent
8.9%
8.4%
9.0%
8.6%
9.0%
Orange
Number
1,363
1,325
1,430
1,398
1,508
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Definitions: Infants weighing less than 2,500 grams (5 lbs. 8 oz.) at birth. The percent low birthweight births is the number of live births weighing less than 2,500 grams divided by the total number of live births.

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: 1992-2013 - Low Number Event (LNE) indicates unreliable rates and ratios, those with denominators less than 100.
Beginning in 2014, an asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Births to mothers under age 20 receiving early prenatal care (Percent & Number)

Location Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
Percent
65.8%
65.8%
Florida
Number
7,747
7,140
Orange
Percent
69.9%
67.2%
Orange
Number
528
441
Location Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
Percent
65.8%
65.8%
Florida
Number
7,747
7,140
Orange
Percent
69.9%
67.2%
Orange
Number
528
441
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Definitions: Births to mothers under age 20 who received prenatal care in the first trimester of pregnancy. The percent early prenatal care is the number of live births to mother under age 20 that received prenatal care within the first trimester of pregnancy divided by the total number of live births to mothers under age 20.

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Births to mothers age 20 and over receiving early prenatal care (Percent & Number)

Location Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
Percent
80.2%
80.0%
Florida
Number
152,424
154,502
Orange
Percent
84.7%
83.9%
Orange
Number
11,011
10,992
Location Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
Percent
80.2%
80.0%
Florida
Number
152,424
154,502
Orange
Percent
84.7%
83.9%
Orange
Number
11,011
10,992
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Definitions: Births to mothers age 20 and over who received prenatal care in the first trimester of pregnancy. The percent early prenatal care is the number of live births to mother age 20 and over that received prenatal care within the first trimester of pregnancy divided by the total number of live births to mothers age 20 and over.

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Low birthweight births to mothers under age 20 (Percent & Number)

Location Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
Percent
9.8%
10.0%
Florida
Number
1,268
1,210
Orange
Percent
11.3%
10.7%
Orange
Number
101
89
Location Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
Percent
9.8%
10.0%
Florida
Number
1,268
1,210
Orange
Percent
11.3%
10.7%
Orange
Number
101
89
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Definitions: Infants weighing less than 2,500 grams (5 lbs. 8 oz.) at birth born to mothers under age 20. The percentage calculation is the number of live births weighing less than 2,500 grams born to mothers under age 20 divided by the total number of live births to mothers under age 20.

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Low birthweight births to mothers age 20 and over (Percent & Number)

Location Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
Percent
8.6%
8.6%
Florida
Number
17,832
18,156
Orange
Percent
8.5%
8.9%
Orange
Number
1,296
1,419
Location Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
Percent
8.6%
8.6%
Florida
Number
17,832
18,156
Orange
Percent
8.5%
8.9%
Orange
Number
1,296
1,419
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Definitions: Infants weighing less than 2,500 grams (5 lbs. 8 oz.) at birth born to mothers age 20 and over. The percentage calculation is the number of live births weighing less than 2,500 grams born to mothers age 20 and over divided by the total number of live births to mothers age 20 and over.

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Infant deaths (Rate per 1,000 & Number)

Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Rate per 1,000
6.9
6.5
6.4
6.0
6.1
Florida
Number
1,525
1,400
1,372
1,285
1,318
Orange
Rate per 1,000
6.1
7.7
7.7
6.9
7.5
Orange
Number
94
117
119
109
119
Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Rate per 1,000
6.9
6.5
6.4
6.0
6.1
Florida
Number
1,525
1,400
1,372
1,285
1,318
Orange
Rate per 1,000
6.1
7.7
7.7
6.9
7.5
Orange
Number
94
117
119
109
119

Definitions: The number of deaths to individuals less than one year of age. Infant death rate is the number of infant deaths per 1,000 live births; infant mortality rate.

Data Source: Office of Vital Statistics, Florida Department of Health, Jacksonville, Florida

Footnotes: Low Number Event (LNE) indicates unreliable rates and ratios, those with denominators less than 100.

Births to mothers with no high school diploma or GED (Number & Percent)

Location Data Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Florida
Number
34,088
32,409
30,766
29,097
28,816
Florida
Percent
NA
NA
NA
13.4%
13.0%
Orange
Number
2,281
2,174
1,909
1,744
1,944
Orange
Percent
NA
NA
NA
10.8%
11.7%
Location Data Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Florida
Number
34,088
32,409
30,766
29,097
28,816
Florida
Percent
NA
NA
NA
13.4%
13.0%
Orange
Number
2,281
2,174
1,909
1,744
1,944
Orange
Percent
NA
NA
NA
10.8%
11.7%
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Definitions: The number of births to mothers who did not receive a high school diploma or a GED. The percent is all births to mothers with no high school diploma or GED divided by the total number of live births.

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health

Footnotes: An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Child deaths age 1 to 14 (Number)

Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Number
581
564
559
520
554
Orange
Number
35
30
45
29
41
Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Number
581
564
559
520
554
Orange
Number
35
30
45
29
41

Definitions: The number of deaths, all causes, to children age 1 to 14.

Data Source: Office of Vital Statistics, Florida Department of Health, Jacksonville, FL

Births to mothers who smoked during pregnancy (Number & Percent)

Location Data Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Florida
Number
14,232
14,150
14,156
14,056
12,970
Florida
Percent
NA
NA
NA
6.4%
5.8%
Orange
Number
593
509
485
366
426
Orange
Percent
NA
NA
NA
2.4%
2.6%
Location Data Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Florida
Number
14,232
14,150
14,156
14,056
12,970
Florida
Percent
NA
NA
NA
6.4%
5.8%
Orange
Number
593
509
485
366
426
Orange
Percent
NA
NA
NA
2.4%
2.6%
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Definitions: Births to mothers who indicated they smoked during the entire pregnancy and also those who quit smoking during the pregnancy.The percent is all births to mothers who smoked during pregnancy divided by the total number of live births.

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health

Footnotes: An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Births to mothers with prenatal WIC participation (Number & Percent)

Location Data Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Florida
Number
114,400
114,151
113,517
111,073
109,585
Florida
Percent
NA
NA
NA
50.9%
49.0%
Orange
Number
8,534
8,434
8,778
8,933
8,166
Orange
Percent
NA
NA
NA
55.2%
49.0%
Location Data Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Florida
Number
114,400
114,151
113,517
111,073
109,585
Florida
Percent
NA
NA
NA
50.9%
49.0%
Orange
Number
8,534
8,434
8,778
8,933
8,166
Orange
Percent
NA
NA
NA
55.2%
49.0%
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Definitions: Births to mothers who indicated on the birth certificate that they participated in the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program prenatally. Data may not agree exactly with counts and measures from the WIC program or other reporting systems. Data for Florida residents only. The percent is all births to mothers who participated in the WIC program prenatally divided by the total number of live births.

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health

Footnotes: An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Child violent deaths age 1 to 14 (Number)

Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Number
259
245
233
215
244
Orange
Number
9
10
14
7
20
Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Number
259
245
233
215
244
Orange
Number
9
10
14
7
20

Definitions: The number of deaths from unintentional accidents, suicide, and homicide to children age 1 to 14. The majority of these deaths were from unintentional accidents.

Data Source: Office of Vital Statistics, Florida Department of Health, Jacksonville, FL

Teen deaths age 15 to 19 (Number)

Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Number
674
594
597
585
502
Orange
Number
44
39
34
33
33
Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Number
674
594
597
585
502
Orange
Number
44
39
34
33
33

Definitions: The number of deaths, all causes, to teens age 15 to 19.

Data Source: Office of Vital Statistics, Florida Department of Health, Jacksonville, FL

Births with Medicaid as delivery payment source (Number & Percent)

Location Data Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Florida
Number
106,152
108,836
111,619
109,607
109,511
Florida
Percent
NA
NA
NA
49.9%
49.0%
Orange
Number
7,045
7,337
7,710
7,195
7,206
Orange
Percent
NA
NA
NA
44.4%
43.2%
Location Data Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Florida
Number
106,152
108,836
111,619
109,607
109,511
Florida
Percent
NA
NA
NA
49.9%
49.0%
Orange
Number
7,045
7,337
7,710
7,195
7,206
Orange
Percent
NA
NA
NA
44.4%
43.2%
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Definitions: The number of births utilizing Medicaid for payment as recorded on the birth certificate. Data for Florida residents only.The percent is all births to mothers utilizing Medicaid as payment divided by the total number of live births.

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health

Footnotes: An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Births to mothers who initiated breastfeeding (Number & Percent)

Location Data Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Florida
Number
169,717
172,427
177,535
185,186
191,057
Florida
Percent
NA
NA
NA
84.5%
85.6%
Orange
Number
13,332
14,046
14,453
14,940
15,278
Orange
Percent
NA
NA
NA
92.3%
91.5%
Location Data Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Florida
Number
169,717
172,427
177,535
185,186
191,057
Florida
Percent
NA
NA
NA
84.5%
85.6%
Orange
Number
13,332
14,046
14,453
14,940
15,278
Orange
Percent
NA
NA
NA
92.3%
91.5%
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Definitions: Births to mothers who had initiated breastfeeding at the time the birth certificate was completed. This does not measure whether or not the mother continued breastfeeding once at home. The percent is all births to mothers who initiated breastfeeding divided by the total number of live births. Data for Florida residents only.

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Teen violent deaths age 15 to 19 (Rate per 10,000 & Number)

Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Rate per 10,000
4.1
3.5
3.5
3.6
3.0
Florida
Number
488
426
419
430
357
Orange
Rate per 10,000
3.9
2.6
2.4
2.8
2.5
Orange
Number
31
23
21
25
22
Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Rate per 10,000
4.1
3.5
3.5
3.6
3.0
Florida
Number
488
426
419
430
357
Orange
Rate per 10,000
3.9
2.6
2.4
2.8
2.5
Orange
Number
31
23
21
25
22

Definitions: The number of deaths from unintentional accidents, suicide, and homicide to teens age 15 to 19. The majority of these deaths were from unintentional accidents. The rate is the number of deaths from homicide, suicide, and unintentional accidents to children age 15 to 19 per 10,000 children of the same age group. Data are reported by the child's place of residence.

Data Source: Office of Vital Statistics, Florida Department of Health, Jacksonville, Florida

Footnotes: Interpret rates with caution due to low numbers of deaths in some counties.

Deaths age 20 to 24 (Number)

Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Number
1,293
1,201
1,097
1,084
1,087
Orange
Number
94
65
74
81
74
Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Number
1,293
1,201
1,097
1,084
1,087
Orange
Number
94
65
74
81
74

Definitions: The number of deaths, all causes, to young adults age 20 to 24.  

Data Source: Office of Vital Statistics, Florida Department of Health, Jacksonville, FL

Violent deaths age 20 to 24 (Number)

Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Number
939
881
765
794
788
Orange
Number
63
48
51
60
50
Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Number
939
881
765
794
788
Orange
Number
63
48
51
60
50

Definitions: The number of deaths from unintentional accidents, suicide, and homicide to young adults age 20 to 24. The majority of these deaths were from unintentional accidents.

Data Source: Office of Vital Statistics, Florida Department of Health, Jacksonville, FL

Dissolutions of marriage with minor children (Number)

Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Number
29,647
31,602
32,470
30,702
29,612
Orange
Number
1,882
2,079
2,091
1,530
1,620
Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Number
29,647
31,602
32,470
30,702
29,612
Orange
Number
1,882
2,079
2,091
1,530
1,620

Definitions:

The minimum number of dissolutions of marriage with children under age 18. In 2008, FL had almost 4,900 dissolutions of marriage where it was unknown if minor children were involved. Includes both divorces and annulments. Data on dissolution of marriage are by place of occurrence only; there is no interstate exchange of these records. Florida dissolutions of marriage are granted to Florida residents only. 

Data Source: Office of Vital Statistics, Florida Department of Health, Jacksonville, FL

Footnotes: Beginning with the 2014 data, Florida KIDS COUNT will no longer be updating this data in the data center.

Minor children affected by dissolution of marriage (Number)

Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Number
48,804
51,940
53,538
50,541
48,562
Orange
Number
3,062
3,411
3,413
2,518
2,754
Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Number
48,804
51,940
53,538
50,541
48,562
Orange
Number
3,062
3,411
3,413
2,518
2,754

Definitions: The minimum number of children under age 18 who were affected by the collective number of dissolutions of marriage.

Data Source: Office of Vital Statistics, Florida Department of Health, Jacksonville, FL

Footnotes: Beginning with the 2014 data, Florida KIDS COUNT will no longer be updating this data in the data center.

Immunization levels in kindergarten (Number & Percent)

Location Data Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Florida
Number
200,264
208,766
216,027
217,945
213,552
Florida
Percent
91.3%
92.6%
92.1%
93.2%
93.3%
Orange
Number
13,778
14,434
14,746
15,410
15,433
Orange
Percent
92.8%
92.1%
92.4%
93.8%
94.6%
Location Data Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Florida
Number
200,264
208,766
216,027
217,945
213,552
Florida
Percent
91.3%
92.6%
92.1%
93.2%
93.3%
Orange
Number
13,778
14,434
14,746
15,410
15,433
Orange
Percent
92.8%
92.1%
92.4%
93.8%
94.6%
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Definitions: The number of kindergarten students enrolled in public and private schools with an up to date Certificate of Immunization as required by Section 1003.22, Florida Statutes and Rule 64D-3.046, Florida Administrative Code. The percent is calculated by dividing the number of kindergarten students in public and private schools with an up to date Certificate of Immunization by the number of kindergarten students enrolled in public and private schools.

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health

Births by race (Rate per 1,000 resident population & Number)

Location Race Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
White
Rate per 1,000 resident population
10.5
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.1
Florida
White
Number
159,186
153,480
152,007
150,866
153,278
Florida
Nonwhite
Rate per 1,000 resident population
16.9
16.4
14.9
14.9
14.5
Florida
Nonwhite
Number
61,565
59,905
60,461
61,327
60,950
Orange
White
Rate per 1,000 resident population
12.4
12.2
12.0
12.2
12.0
Orange
White
Number
10,006
9,796
9,723
9,978
10,017
Orange
Nonwhite
Rate per 1,000 resident population
17.5
17.3
16.3
16.3
15.9
Orange
Nonwhite
Number
5,380
5,377
5,652
5,739
5,801
Location Race Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
White
Rate per 1,000 resident population
10.5
10.1
10.2
10.1
10.1
Florida
White
Number
159,186
153,480
152,007
150,866
153,278
Florida
Nonwhite
Rate per 1,000 resident population
16.9
16.4
14.9
14.9
14.5
Florida
Nonwhite
Number
61,565
59,905
60,461
61,327
60,950
Orange
White
Rate per 1,000 resident population
12.4
12.2
12.0
12.2
12.0
Orange
White
Number
10,006
9,796
9,723
9,978
10,017
Orange
Nonwhite
Rate per 1,000 resident population
17.5
17.3
16.3
16.3
15.9
Orange
Nonwhite
Number
5,380
5,377
5,652
5,739
5,801

Definitions: The number of live births. The birth rate is the number of live births per 1,000 resident population. Race entries usually are tabulated as stated on the birth certificate. However, designations such as "Hispanic" are generally classified as "white". Designations such as "bi-racial," "nonwhite," or "mixed" are classified as "other entries". There are 15 race designations from which any number may be chosen. For tabulation purposes, frequency counts for each of the 15 designations indicate that only a single selection was made. When a single category "other" was selected and a black Hispanic designation was specified, the race was classified as "black". Otherwise, "other" with a Hispanic designation was classified as "white". Multiple selections of race are tabulated under the "other/multi-race" category. "Black" and "other" were combined to create nonwhite.

Data Source: Office of Vital Statistics, Florida Department of Health, Jacksonville, FL

Footnotes: Based on place of residence; mother's residence was used when it differed from the father's residence. Rates utilized population estimates furnished by the Office of Economic and Demographic Research.
Beginning with 2014 data for race and ethnicity are presented differently than in previous years. See new indicator.

Hispanic births (Number)

Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Number
61,986
59,616
58,630
57,798
59,083
Orange
Number
4,660
4,587
4,603
4,700
4,741
Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Number
61,986
59,616
58,630
57,798
59,083
Orange
Number
4,660
4,587
4,603
4,700
4,741

Definitions: The number of births to mothers of Hispanic origin; may be of any race.

Data Source: Office of Vital Statistics, Florida Department of Health, Jacksonville, FL

Footnotes: Beginning with 2014 data by race and ethnicity are presented differently than in previous years. See new indicator.

Infant deaths by race (Rate per 1,000 & Number)

Location Race Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
White
Rate per 1,000
4.9
4.9
4.6
4.6
4.6
Florida
White
Number
780
750
698
687
707
Florida
Nonwhite
Rate per 1,000
12.1
10.8
11.1
9.7
10.0
Florida
Nonwhite
Number
742
649
670
596
607
Orange
White
Rate per 1,000
4.1
5.1
5.9
5.2
5.6
Orange
White
Number
41
50
57
52
56
Orange
Nonwhite
Rate per 1,000
9.9
12.3
11.0
9.9
10.9
Orange
Nonwhite
Number
53
66
62
57
63
Location Race Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
White
Rate per 1,000
4.9
4.9
4.6
4.6
4.6
Florida
White
Number
780
750
698
687
707
Florida
Nonwhite
Rate per 1,000
12.1
10.8
11.1
9.7
10.0
Florida
Nonwhite
Number
742
649
670
596
607
Orange
White
Rate per 1,000
4.1
5.1
5.9
5.2
5.6
Orange
White
Number
41
50
57
52
56
Orange
Nonwhite
Rate per 1,000
9.9
12.3
11.0
9.9
10.9
Orange
Nonwhite
Number
53
66
62
57
63

Definitions: The number of deaths to individuals less than one year of age. Infant death rate is the number of infant deaths per 1,000 live births; infant mortality rate. Race entries usually are tabulated as stated on the death certificate. However, designations such as "Hispanic" are generally classified as "white". Designations such as "bi-racial," "nonwhite," or "mixed" are classified as "other entries". There are 15 race designations from which any number may be chosen. For tabulation purposes, frequency counts for each of the 15 designations indicate that only a single selection was made. When a single category "other" was selected and a black Hispanic designation was specified, the race was classified as "black". Otherwise, "other" with a Hispanic designation was classified as "white". Multiple selections of race are tabulated under the "other/multi-race" category. "Black" and "other" were combined to create nonwhite.

Data Source: Office of Vital Statistics, Florida Department of Health, Jacksonville, FL

Footnotes: Low Number Event (LNE) indicates unreliable rates and ratios, those with denominators less than 100.
Beginning with 2014 data by race and ethnicity are presented differently than in previous years. See new indicator.

Hispanic infant deaths (Number)

Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Number
343
307
304
292
261
Orange
Number
24
32
38
24
31
Location Data Type 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Florida
Number
343
307
304
292
261
Orange
Number
24
32
38
24
31

Definitions: The number of deaths to individuals less than one year of age of Hispanic origin; may be of any race.

Data Source: Office of Vital Statistics, Florida Department of Health, Jacksonville, FL

Footnotes: Beginning with 2014 data by race and ethnicity are presented differently than in previous years. See new indicator.

Births by race and Hispanic origin (Rate per 1,000 resident population & Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Rate per 1,000 resident population
8.9
9.1
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
98,248
100,011
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Rate per 1,000 resident population
15.8
15.4
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
47,746
47,823
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Rate per 1,000 resident population
13.4
13.3
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
11,256
11,597
Florida
Hispanic
Rate per 1,000 resident population
13.2
13.2
Florida
Hispanic
Number
61,784
63,978
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Rate per 1,000 resident population
10.4
10.2
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
5,650
5,525
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Rate per 1,000 resident population
17.4
17.0
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
4,307
4,355
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Rate per 1,000 resident population
14.4
15.7
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
1,276
1,463
Orange
Hispanic
Rate per 1,000 resident population
14.0
14.3
Orange
Hispanic
Number
4,964
5,344
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Rate per 1,000 resident population
8.9
9.1
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
98,248
100,011
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Rate per 1,000 resident population
15.8
15.4
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
47,746
47,823
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Rate per 1,000 resident population
13.4
13.3
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
11,256
11,597
Florida
Hispanic
Rate per 1,000 resident population
13.2
13.2
Florida
Hispanic
Number
61,784
63,978
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Rate per 1,000 resident population
10.4
10.2
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
5,650
5,525
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Rate per 1,000 resident population
17.4
17.0
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
4,307
4,355
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Rate per 1,000 resident population
14.4
15.7
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
1,276
1,463
Orange
Hispanic
Rate per 1,000 resident population
14.0
14.3
Orange
Hispanic
Number
4,964
5,344
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Definitions: Number of live births by racial or ethnic category. Birth rates are per 1,000 population.
White non-Hispanic - live births recorded as white alone and non-Hispanic
Black non-Hispanic - live births recorded as black alone and non-Hispanic
Other non-Hispanic - live births recorded as any other race alone or two or more races and non-Hispanic
Hispanic - live births recorded as being of any race and Hispanic

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health. Population estimates used for calculating the birth rates are provided by the Department of Health, Office of Health Statistics and Assessment in consultation with the Florida's Legislature's Office of Economic and Demographic Research.

Footnotes: Race and Hispanic origin are determined by documentation provided on the birth certificate.
Beginning in 2014, race and ethnicity categories are presented differently than in earlier years.
An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Births to mothers under age 20 by race and Hispanic origin (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
4,722
4,370
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
4,013
3,629
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
401
388
Florida
Hispanic
Number
3,777
3,660
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
164
118
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
339
326
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
26
23
Orange
Hispanic
Number
362
362
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
4,722
4,370
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
4,013
3,629
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
401
388
Florida
Hispanic
Number
3,777
3,660
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
164
118
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
339
326
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
26
23
Orange
Hispanic
Number
362
362
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Definitions: Number of live births to mothers under age 20 by race and Hispanic origin.
White non-Hispanic - live births recorded as white alone and non-Hispanic
Black non-Hispanic - live births recorded as black alone and non-Hispanic
Other non-Hispanic - live births recorded as any other race alone or two or more races and non-Hispanic
Hispanic - live births recorded as being of any race and Hispanic

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: Race and Hispanic origin are determined by documentation provided on the birth certificate.
An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Births to mothers age 20 and over by race and Hispanic origin (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
93,518
95,641
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
43,731
44,192
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
10,854
11,209
Florida
Hispanic
Number
57,986
60,314
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
5,485
5,407
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
3,967
4,029
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
1,250
1,440
Orange
Hispanic
Number
4,602
4,982
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
93,518
95,641
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
43,731
44,192
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
10,854
11,209
Florida
Hispanic
Number
57,986
60,314
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
5,485
5,407
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
3,967
4,029
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
1,250
1,440
Orange
Hispanic
Number
4,602
4,982
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Definitions: Number of live births to mothers age 20 and over by race and Hispanic origin.
White non-Hispanic - live births recorded as white alone and non-Hispanic
Black non-Hispanic - live births recorded as black alone and non-Hispanic
Other non-Hispanic - live births recorded as any other race alone or two or more races and non-Hispanic
Hispanic - live births recorded as being of any race and Hispanic

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: Race and Hispanic origin are determined by documentation provided on the birth certificate.
An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Teen births age 15 to 19 by race and Hispanic origin (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
4,691
4,344
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
3,955
3,573
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
397
384
Florida
Hispanic
Number
3,729
3,616
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
163
116
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
333
324
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
26
23
Orange
Hispanic
Number
360
358
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
4,691
4,344
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
3,955
3,573
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
397
384
Florida
Hispanic
Number
3,729
3,616
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
163
116
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
333
324
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
26
23
Orange
Hispanic
Number
360
358
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Definitions: Number of live births by racial or ethnic category to mothers age 15 to 19.
White non-Hispanic - live births recorded as white alone and non-Hispanic
Black non-Hispanic - live births recorded as black alone and non-Hispanic
Other non-Hispanic - live births recorded as any other race alone or two or more races and non-Hispanic
Hispanic - live births recorded as being of any race and Hispanic

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: Race and Hispanic origin are determined by documentation provided on the birth certificate.
An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Births to mothers age 20 to 24 by race and Hispanic origin (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
20,185
19,248
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
14,171
13,393
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
1,580
1,597
Florida
Hispanic
Number
13,694
13,639
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
765
736
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
1,204
1,149
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
156
165
Orange
Hispanic
Number
1,277
1,281
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
20,185
19,248
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
14,171
13,393
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
1,580
1,597
Florida
Hispanic
Number
13,694
13,639
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
765
736
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
1,204
1,149
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
156
165
Orange
Hispanic
Number
1,277
1,281
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Definitions: Number of live births by racial or ethnic category to mothers age 20 to 24.
White non-Hispanic - live births recorded as white alone and non-Hispanic
Black non-Hispanic - live births recorded as black alone and non-Hispanic
Other non-Hispanic - live births recorded as any other race alone or two or more races and non-Hispanic
Hispanic - live births recorded as being of any race and Hispanic

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: Race and Hispanic origin are determined by documentation provided on the birth certificate.
An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Births to unwed mothers by race and Hispanic origin (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
37,122
37,436
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
33,288
33,306
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
2,931
3,016
Florida
Hispanic
Number
31,580
32,885
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
1,682
1,624
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
2,882
2,854
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
273
324
Orange
Hispanic
Number
2,720
2,884
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
37,122
37,436
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
33,288
33,306
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
2,931
3,016
Florida
Hispanic
Number
31,580
32,885
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
1,682
1,624
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
2,882
2,854
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
273
324
Orange
Hispanic
Number
2,720
2,884
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Definitions: Number of live births by racial or ethnic category to mothers who indicated on the birth certificate that they were unwed.
White non-Hispanic - live births recorded as white alone and non-Hispanic
Black non-Hispanic - live births recorded as black alone and non-Hispanic
Other non-Hispanic - live births recorded as any other race alone or two or more races and non-Hispanic
Hispanic - live births recorded as being of any race and Hispanic

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: Race and Hispanic origin are determined by documentation provided on the birth certificate.
An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Births to unwed mothers under age 20 by race and Hispanic origin (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
4,152
3,887
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
3,947
3,546
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
354
338
Florida
Hispanic
Number
3,352
3,253
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
147
112
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
333
325
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
19
19
Orange
Hispanic
Number
323
314
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
4,152
3,887
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
3,947
3,546
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
354
338
Florida
Hispanic
Number
3,352
3,253
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
147
112
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
333
325
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
19
19
Orange
Hispanic
Number
323
314
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Definitions: Number of live births to mothers under age 20 who recorded on the birth certificate that they were unwed  by racial or ethnic category.
White non-Hispanic - live births recorded as white alone and non-Hispanic
Black non-Hispanic - live births recorded as black alone and non-Hispanic
Other non-Hispanic - live births recorded as any other race alone or two or more races and non-Hispanic
Hispanic - live births recorded as being of any race and Hispanic

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: Race and Hispanic origin are determined by documentation provided on the birth certificate.
An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Births to unwed mothers age 20 and over by race and Hispanic origin (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
32,969
33,549
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
29,340
29,760
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
2,577
2,678
Florida
Hispanic
Number
28,219
29,632
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
1,535
1,512
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
2,548
2,529
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
254
305
Orange
Hispanic
Number
2,397
2,570
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
32,969
33,549
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
29,340
29,760
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
2,577
2,678
Florida
Hispanic
Number
28,219
29,632
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
1,535
1,512
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
2,548
2,529
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
254
305
Orange
Hispanic
Number
2,397
2,570
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Definitions: Number of live births to mothers age 20 and over who recorded on the birth certificate that they were unwed by racial or ethnic category.
White non-Hispanic - live births recorded as white alone and non-Hispanic
Black non-Hispanic - live births recorded as black alone and non-Hispanic
Other non-Hispanic - live births recorded as any other race alone or two or more races and non-Hispanic
Hispanic - live births recorded as being of any race and Hispanic

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: Race and Hispanic origin are determined by documentation provided on the birth certificate.
An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Low birth-weight births by race and Hispanic origin (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
7,036
7,149
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
6,424
6,395
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
947
1,054
Florida
Hispanic
Number
4,585
4,676
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
364
358
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
556
572
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
100
131
Orange
Hispanic
Number
372
441
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
7,036
7,149
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
6,424
6,395
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
947
1,054
Florida
Hispanic
Number
4,585
4,676
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
364
358
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
556
572
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
100
131
Orange
Hispanic
Number
372
441
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Definitions: Infants weighing less than 2,500 grams (5 lbs. 8 oz.) at birth by race and Hispanic origin.
White non-Hispanic - live births recorded as white alone and non-Hispanic
Black non-Hispanic - live births recorded as black alone and non-Hispanic
Other non-Hispanic - live births recorded as any other race alone or two or more races and non-Hispanic
Hispanic - live births recorded as being of any race and Hispanic

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: Race and Hispanic origin are determined by documentation provided on the birth certificate.
An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Low birth-weight births to mothers under age 20 by race and Hispanic origin (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
343
345
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
563
493
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
34
38
Florida
Hispanic
Number
325
329
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
*
*
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
53
35
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
*
*
Orange
Hispanic
Number
36
39
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
343
345
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
563
493
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
34
38
Florida
Hispanic
Number
325
329
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
*
*
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
53
35
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
*
*
Orange
Hispanic
Number
36
39
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Definitions: Infants weighing less than 2,500 grams (5 lbs. 8 oz.) at birth born to mothers under age 20 by race and Hispanic origin.
White non-Hispanic - live births recorded as white alone and non-Hispanic
Black non-Hispanic - live births recorded as black alone and non-Hispanic
Other non-Hispanic - live births recorded as any other race alone or two or more races and non-Hispanic
Hispanic - live births recorded as being of any race and Hispanic

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: Race and Hispanic origin are determined by documentation provided on the birth certificate.
An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Low birth-weight births to mothers age 20 and over by race and Hispanic origin (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
6,692
6,804
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
5,860
5,901
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
913
1,016
Florida
Hispanic
Number
4,260
4,347
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
356
349
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
502
537
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
97
126
Orange
Hispanic
Number
336
402
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
6,692
6,804
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
5,860
5,901
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
913
1,016
Florida
Hispanic
Number
4,260
4,347
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
356
349
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
502
537
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
97
126
Orange
Hispanic
Number
336
402
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Definitions: Infants weighing less than 2,500 grams (5 lbs. 8 oz.) at birth born to mothers age 20 and over by race and Hispanic origin.
White non-Hispanic - live births recorded as white alone and non-Hispanic
Black non-Hispanic - live births recorded as black alone and non-Hispanic
Other non-Hispanic - live births recorded as any other race alone or two or more races and non-Hispanic
Hispanic - live births recorded as being of any race and Hispanic

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: Race and Hispanic origin are determined by documentation provided on the birth certificate.
An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Births to mothers receiving early prenatal care by race and Hispanic origin (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
74,643
75,147
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
31,171
31,092
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
8,183
8,311
Florida
Hispanic
Number
45,617
46,567
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
4,305
4,000
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
2,702
2,607
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
908
1,025
Orange
Hispanic
Number
3,615
3,785
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
74,643
75,147
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
31,171
31,092
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
8,183
8,311
Florida
Hispanic
Number
45,617
46,567
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
4,305
4,000
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
2,702
2,607
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
908
1,025
Orange
Hispanic
Number
3,615
3,785
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Definitions: Births to mothers who received prenatal care in the first trimester of pregnancy by race and Hispanic origin.
White non-Hispanic - live births recorded as white alone and non-Hispanic
Black non-Hispanic - live births recorded as black alone and non-Hispanic
Other non-Hispanic - live births recorded as any other race alone or two or more races and non-Hispanic
Hispanic - live births recorded as being of any race and Hispanic

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: Race and Hispanic origin are determined by documentation provided on the birth certificate.
An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Births to mothers under age 20 receiving early prenatal care by race and Hispanic origin (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
2,972
2,741
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
2,206
1,947
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
230
217
Florida
Hispanic
Number
2,318
2,217
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
105
58
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
170
143
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
18
*
Orange
Hispanic
Number
235
231
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
2,972
2,741
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
2,206
1,947
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
230
217
Florida
Hispanic
Number
2,318
2,217
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
105
58
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
170
143
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
18
*
Orange
Hispanic
Number
235
231
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Definitions: Births to mothers under age 20 who received prenatal care in the first trimester of pregnancy by race and Hispanic origin.
White non-Hispanic - live births recorded as white alone and non-Hispanic
Black non-Hispanic - live births recorded as black alone and non-Hispanic
Other non-Hispanic - live births recorded as any other race alone or two or more races and non-Hispanic
Hispanic - live births recorded as being of any race and Hispanic

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: Race and Hispanic origin are determined by documentation provided on the birth certificate.
An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Births to mothers age 20 and over receiving early prenatal care by race and Hispanic origin (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
71,665
72,406
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
28,965
29,145
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
7,953
8,094
Florida
Hispanic
Number
43,290
44,349
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
4,199
3,942
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
2,532
2,464
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
890
1,016
Orange
Hispanic
Number
3,380
3,554
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
71,665
72,406
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
28,965
29,145
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
7,953
8,094
Florida
Hispanic
Number
43,290
44,349
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
4,199
3,942
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
2,532
2,464
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
890
1,016
Orange
Hispanic
Number
3,380
3,554
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Definitions: Births to mothers age 20 and over who received prenatal care in the first trimester of pregnancy by race and Hispanic origin.
White non-Hispanic - live births recorded as white alone and non-Hispanic
Black non-Hispanic - live births recorded as black alone and non-Hispanic
Other non-Hispanic - live births recorded as any other race alone or two or more races and non-Hispanic
Hispanic - live births recorded as being of any race and Hispanic

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: Race and Hispanic origin are determined by documentation provided on the birth certificate.
An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Births to mothers who smoked during pregnancy by race and Hispanic origin (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
11,007
10,052
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
1,730
1,674
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
369
343
Florida
Hispanic
Number
907
851
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
232
277
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
75
89
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
11
13
Orange
Hispanic
Number
47
47
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
11,007
10,052
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
1,730
1,674
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
369
343
Florida
Hispanic
Number
907
851
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
232
277
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
75
89
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
11
13
Orange
Hispanic
Number
47
47
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Definitions: Births to mothers who indicated they smoked during the entire pregnancy and also those who quit smoking during the pregnancy by race and Hispanic origin.
White non-Hispanic - live births recorded as white alone and non-Hispanic
Black non-Hispanic - live births recorded as black alone and non-Hispanic
Other non-Hispanic - live births recorded as any other race alone or two or more races and non-Hispanic
Hispanic - live births recorded as being of any race and Hispanic

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: Race and Hispanic origin are determined by documentation provided on the birth certificate.
An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Births to mothers with no high school diploma or GED by race and Hispanic origin (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
8,219
8,209
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
7,737
7,159
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
824
881
Florida
Hispanic
Number
12,240
12,510
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
281
264
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
642
733
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
66
70
Orange
Hispanic
Number
753
877
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
8,219
8,209
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
7,737
7,159
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
824
881
Florida
Hispanic
Number
12,240
12,510
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
281
264
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
642
733
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
66
70
Orange
Hispanic
Number
753
877
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Definitions: The number of births to mothers who did not receive a high school diploma or a GED by race and Hispanic origin.
White non-Hispanic - live births recorded as white alone and non-Hispanic
Black non-Hispanic - live births recorded as black alone and non-Hispanic
Other non-Hispanic - live births recorded as any other race alone or two or more races and non-Hispanic
Hispanic - live births recorded as being of any race and Hispanic

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: Race and Hispanic origin are determined by documentation provided on the birth certificate.
An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Births to mothers with prenatal WIC participation by race and Hispanic origin (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
36,780
35,255
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
33,632
33,116
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
3,871
3,748
Florida
Hispanic
Number
36,490
37,145
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
1,996
1,375
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
3,041
2,950
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
521
466
Orange
Hispanic
Number
3,365
3,366
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
36,780
35,255
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
33,632
33,116
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
3,871
3,748
Florida
Hispanic
Number
36,490
37,145
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
1,996
1,375
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
3,041
2,950
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
521
466
Orange
Hispanic
Number
3,365
3,366
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Definitions: Births to mothers who indicated on the birth certificate that they participated in the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program prenatally by race and Hispanic origin. Data may not agree exactly with counts and measures from the WIC program or other reporting systems. Data for Florida residents only.
White non-Hispanic - live births recorded as white alone and non-Hispanic
Black non-Hispanic - live births recorded as black alone and non-Hispanic
Other non-Hispanic - live births recorded as any other race alone or two or more races and non-Hispanic
Hispanic - live births recorded as being of any race and Hispanic

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: Race and Hispanic origin are determined by documentation provided on the birth certificate.
An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Births with Medicaid as delivery payment soruce by race and Hispanic origin (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
40,481
39,629
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
33,580
33,318
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
3,794
3,756
Florida
Hispanic
Number
31,386
32,443
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
1,526
1,422
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
2,626
2,637
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
339
360
Orange
Hispanic
Number
2,692
2,776
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
40,481
39,629
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
33,580
33,318
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
3,794
3,756
Florida
Hispanic
Number
31,386
32,443
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
1,526
1,422
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
2,626
2,637
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
339
360
Orange
Hispanic
Number
2,692
2,776
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Definitions: The number of births utilizing Medicaid for payment as recorded on the birth certificate by race and Hispanic origin. Data for Florida residents only.
White non-Hispanic - live births recorded as white alone and non-Hispanic
Black non-Hispanic - live births recorded as black alone and non-Hispanic
Other non-Hispanic - live births recorded as any other race alone or two or more races and non-Hispanic
Hispanic - live births recorded as being of any race and Hispanic

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: Race and Hispanic origin are determined by documentation provided on the birth certificate.
An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Births to mothers who initiated breastfeeding by race and Hispanic origin (Number)

Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
83,225
85,570
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
35,687
36,598
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
10,054
10,401
Florida
Hispanic
Number
55,516
57,836
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
5,279
5,131
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
3,743
3,711
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
1,222
1,388
Orange
Hispanic
Number
4,682
5,028
Location Race Data Type 2014 2015
Florida
White Non-Hispanic
Number
83,225
85,570
Florida
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
35,687
36,598
Florida
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
10,054
10,401
Florida
Hispanic
Number
55,516
57,836
Orange
White Non-Hispanic
Number
5,279
5,131
Orange
Black Non-Hispanic
Number
3,743
3,711
Orange
Other Non-Hispanic
Number
1,222
1,388
Orange
Hispanic
Number
4,682
5,028
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Definitions: Births to mothers who had initiated breastfeeding at the time the birth certificate was completed by race and Hispanic origin. This does not measure whether or not the mother continued breastfeeding once at home. Data for Florida residents only.
White non-Hispanic - live births recorded as white alone and non-Hispanic
Black non-Hispanic - live births recorded as black alone and non-Hispanic
Other non-Hispanic - live births recorded as any other race alone or two or more races and non-Hispanic
Hispanic - live births recorded as being of any race and Hispanic

Data Source: Florida CHARTS, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management, Florida Department of Health.

Footnotes: Race and Hispanic origin are determined by documentation provided on the birth certificate.
An asterisk (*) represents data that are suppressed due to confidentiality.

Delinquency cases received (Number)

Location Data Type 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17
Florida
Number
83,494
78,447
75,066
69,749
64,824
Orange
Number
7,520
6,723
7,035
6,547
5,532
Location Data Type 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17
Florida
Number
83,494
78,447
75,066
69,749
64,824
Orange
Number
7,520
6,723
7,035
6,547
5,532

Definitions: The number of delinquency referrals reported to the Juvenile Justice Information System (JJIS). The number of referrals is determined by selecting the most serious offense reported received on JJIS for any individual youth on a specific date. If the same juvenile is referred for several offenses on the same date, these would be counted together as one referral, with the most serious offense on that date used for analysis. If that juvenile is referred for one or more offenses on another date during the fiscal year, it would be counted as another referral.

Data Source: Office of Research and Data Integrity, Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, Tallahassee, FL

Footnotes: Data for groups less than 10 are represented by an * due to confidentiality.

Youths referred for delinquency (Number)

Location Data Type 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17
Florida
Number
50,803
44,634
42,211
38,267
35,309