Births by race and Hispanic origin in Florida
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Births by race and Hispanic origin
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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.
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.
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FPI is Florida's partner in the KIDS COUNT network dedicated to tracking the well-being of children, young adults and families. We are committed to disseminating high-quality national, state and local data to help drive policymaking and improve the lives of children, young adults and families in the Sunshine State. Our analyses of well-being indicators across the state, with a particular focus on geographic and demographic inequities, provide critical insight into the quality of life for children and families.