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Crude Birth Rate, 2012

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The number of births per 1,000 residents was a little higher in Arizona (13.1) than the nation (12.6) in 2012. The crude birth rate ranged across Arizona, from 10 or less in La Paz, Mohave, and Yavapai counties — which have a high proportion of residents of retirement age — to more than 15 in Navajo and Yuma counties, which have a high share of residents of prime child-bearing age. The crude birth rate in Maricopa County is higher than the state’s figure, but the figures in Pima and Pinal counties, the other populous counties, are less than the U.S. average.