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County-level marriage & divorce data, 2000

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County-level marriage and divorce data, 2000
Date Added to Library: 
Tuesday, November 4, 2014 - 14:34
Priority: 
high
Organizational Author: 
National Center for Family and Marriage Research
Individual Author: 
National Center for Family and Marriage Research
Reference Type: 
Place Published: 
Bowling Green State University, National Center for Family & Marriage Research
Published Date: 
2000
Published Date (Text): 
2000
Year: 
2000
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Abstract: 

Description: These maps present geographic variation in the adjusted marriage and divorce rates for over 3,000 counties in the United States. The estimates are from county court record data of numbers of marriages and divorces and U.S. Census data from 2000. Researchers can use these data to examine geographic concentrations of marriage and divorce. The county-level marriage and divorce data are provided in a spreadsheet, which contains the county-level number of divorces, population, married population, divorce rates, adjusted divorce rates and geocodes (FIPS).

Population: Individuals that have been married and/or divorced by U.S. County.

Periodicity: Data compiled from 2000 Census data.

(information adapted from the publisher)

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