Abortions Drop 12% in the United States as More Babies Saved From Abortion

Alabama

2010: 9,029

2013: 7,423

Change: Down 17.8 percent

Alaska:

2010: 1,715

2014: 1,361

Change: Down 20.6 percent

Arizona

2011: 13,606

2014: 12,900

Change: Down 5.2 percent

(Arizona changed its abortion-reporting system in 2011)

Arkansas:

2010: 4,532

2014: 4,273

Change: Down 5.7 percent

California:

No data available. State does not mandate reporting by abortionists.

Colorado:

2010: 11,210

2013: 10,199

Change: Down 9 percent

Connecticut:

2010: 13,438

2014: 10,629

Change: Down 20.9 percent.

Delaware:

2010: 4,666

2012: 3,823

Change: Down 18.1 percent

Florida:

2010: 79,908

2014: 72,107

Change: Down 9.8 percent

Georgia:

2010: 31,315

2013: 30,378

Change: Down 3 percent

Hawaii:

2010: 3,064

2014: 2,147

Change: Down 29.9 percent

Idaho:

2010: 1,510

2013: 1,375

Change: Down 8.9 percent

Illinois: (surgical abortions only)

2010: 41,859

2013: 40,750

Change: Down 2.6 percent

Indiana:

2010: 10,031

2013: 8,027

Change: Down 20 percent

Iowa:

2010: 5,399

2013: 4,423

Change: Down 18.1 percent

Kansas:

2010: 8,373

2014: 7,263

Change: Down 13.3 percent

Kentucky:

2010: 3,929

2014: 3,442

Change: Down 12.4 percent

Louisiana:

2010: 8,872

2014: 9,932

Change: Up 11.9 percent

Maine:

2010: 2,311

2014: 2,020

Change: Down 12.6 percent

Maryland:

No data available. State does not mandate reporting by abortionists.

Massachusetts:

2010: 20,802

2014: 19,448

Change: Down 6.5 percent

Michigan:

2010: 23,307

2014: 27,629

Change: Up 18.5 percent

Minnesota:

2010: 11,505

2013: 9,903

Change: Down 13.9 percent

Mississippi

2010: 2,297

2013: 2,170

Change: Down 5.5 percent

Missouri:

2010 – 6,163

2014: 5,060

Change: Down 17.9 percent

Montana:

2010: 2,160

2013: 1,842

Change: Down 14.7 percent

Nebraska:

2010: 2,464

2014: 2,270

Change: Down 7.9 percent

Nevada:

2010: 7,787

2013: 6,056

Change: Down 22.1 percent

New Hampshire:

No data available. State does not mandate reporting by abortionists.

New Jersey:

No comprehensive data available. Health Department does not track number of abortions.

New Mexico:

2010:4,478

2013: 3,408

Change: Down 23.9 percent

New York:

2010: 111,212

2013: 94,326

Change: Down 15.2 percent

North Carolina:

2010: 30,952

2013: 22,820

Change: Down 26.3 percent

North Dakota:

2010: 1,291

2013: 1,182

Change: Down 8.4 percent

Ohio:

2010: 28,123

2013: 23,216

Change: Down 17.4 percent

Oklahoma:

2010: 5,641

2013: 4,587

Change: Down 18.7 percent

Oregon:

2010: 9,990

2014: 8,198

Change: Down 17.9 percent

Pennsylvania:

2010: 36,788

2013: 32,108

Change: Down 12.7 percent

Rhode Island:

2010: 4,181

2013: 3,251

Change: Down 22.2 percent

South Carolina:

2010: 6,464

2014: 5,708

Change: Down 11.7 percent

South Dakota:

2010: 737

2013: 601

Change: Down 18.5 percent

Tennessee:

2010: 16,373

2013: 14,216

Change: Down 13.3 percent

Texas:

2010: 72,592

2013: 63,849

Change: Down 12 percent

Utah:

2010: 3,446

2013: 2,893

Change: Down 16 percent

Vermont:

2010: 1,333

2013: 1,217

Change: Down 8.7 percent

Virginia:

2010: 25,940

2013: 20,852

Change: Down 19.6 percent

Washington:

2010: 21,124

2013: 17,592

Change: Down 16.7 percent

West Virginia:

2010: 1,999

2013: 1,876

Change: Down 6.2 percent

Wisconsin:

2010: 7,825

2013: 6,462

Change: Down 17.4 percent

Source: Associated Press

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