Tag Archives: Abortion Statistics

Abortion statistics: United States data and trends

Lowest levels in decades. There are two basic sources on abortion incidence in the United States: • The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) publishes yearly, but relies on voluntary reports from state health departments (and New

2016 abortion statistics highlight the brutal reality of the abortion industry in England and Wales

Editor’s note. The following comes from our friends at SPUC–the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children and is reposted with permission. The 2016 Abortion Statistics for England and Wales were published today, and they serve to highlight the

Abortion numbers in decline across Minnesota—except at Planned Parenthood

By Paul Stark Editor’s note. Previously we ran an initial overview of the abortions statistics in Minnesota for 2015. Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) explained, “Abortion numbers have dropped in eight of the last nine years

501 fewer babies lost to abortion in Arizona in 2014

By Dave Andrusko The Arizona Department of Health Services is reporting the welcomed news that there was a 3.7% decline in the number of abortions in 2014. In absolute numbers there were 501 fewer abortion deaths–12,900 abortions

Claim that “One in Three” women will have abortion by age 45 receives “Two Pinocchios” from Washington Post

By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D., NRL Director of Education & Research You’ve heard it before. The claim that “one in three” women will have an abortion by age 45. You may even remember earlier iterations that had

Parental Notification law reduces teen abortions in Minnesota

By Paul Stark MINNEAPOLIS — Teen abortions in Minnesota have declined dramatically since the state enacted a law 25 years ago requiring parental notification before minors undergo abortions. The law (MN Statute 144.343), strongly supported by Minnesota

Is it true that everyone supports fewer abortions?

By Dave Andrusko This will be a kind of good news/in spite of the good news post. Allow me to explain. The title of the relatively short story was just four [encouraging] words long: “States report declining

Number of abortions in Ohio drop 8.7% in 2014

By Dave Andrusko Continuing a welcome pattern that extends back to 2001, there were fewer abortions in Ohio in 2014 than any year since the state began tracking the number of abortions in 1976. On Wednesday, the

Wisconsin Abortions Down Another 10%

Sonya’s Law Delivers — Mother’s Informed, Babies Saved By Barbara Lyons, Retired Executive Director of Wisconsin Right to Life Sonya was a young mother of two – and now pregnant. She was thinking of having an abortion

Wisconsin Right to Life Applauds a 10% Wisconsin Abortion Decrease

Wisconsin Continues its Astounding Abortion Decline “As the trend of the steep abortion decline in Wisconsin continues, Wisconsin Right to Life is again taking the lead in ensuring women and children have a chance at celebrating the

New Data Shows 61 Fewer Abortions in Indiana in 2014 Compared to 2013

State’s Abortion Rate Continues to Decline INDIANAPOLIS – Recently published abortion data from the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) for 2014 shows that Indiana’s abortion rate continues to decline. In 2014, there were 61 fewer abortions,

Planned Parenthood performs more abortions than ever in Minnesota

State abortion total rises slightly in 2014 ST. PAUL — Planned Parenthood proved again to be Minnesota’s largest abortionist and grew its market share even bigger despite only a small increase in abortions statewide, according to the