Before Pregnancy

The data about the Women With Unintended Pregnancies comes from the Florida Pregnancy Risk Asssessment Monitoring System (PRAMS).

PRAMS collects valuable information on maternal attitudes, behaviors, and experiences before, during, and shortly after pregnancy and tracks indicators related to maternal health, health behaviors, prenatal and postpartum care, and infant health.

Resources:   Healthy People 2030 | Other | CDC

AGE GROUP, 2020
EDUCATION LEVEL, 2020
HOUSEHOLD INCOME, 2020
MARITAL STATUS, 2020
MEDICAID RECIPIENT, 2020
RACE/ETHNICITY, 2020
Women With Unintended Pregnancies (PRAMS)
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Data Note(s)


Data Source: Florida Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS) survey conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Florida Department of Health, Division of Community Health Promotion

  • Unintented pregnancies are defined as reporting not wanting to be pregnant then or at any time in the future or wanting to be pregnant later just before they got pregnant.

  • Prevalence is excluded (blank cells) from the tables for any subpopulation with a sample size less than 30, which would yield statistically unreliable estimates.

  • Confidence intervals - Because PRAMS is a random survey and all estimates of prevalence are subject to random sample errors, we include 95% confidence intervals (CI) with each prevalence (%). The confidence interval ranges appear in parentheses.

  • This is primary, quantitative data.