Illinois abortion percentages by county

compiled by Wm. Robert Johnston
last modified 7 October 2017

Data for Illinois counties, residents only

Note: Illinois does not report annual abortion figures for counties where the number of abortions was less than 50. For some counties, no figures can be determined.

abortion ratioabortion %rank
county1995-19981999-20022003-20062007-20102011-20141995-19981999-20022003-20062007-20102011-20141995-19981999-20022003-20062007-20102011-2014
Adams1346276541811.95.87.15.11.82730292830
Alexander91 116  8.4 10.4  38 19  
Bond               
Boone1771411181275515.012.310.511.35.31412171629
Brown               
Bureau1493369  13.03.26.4  233230  
Calhoun               
Carroll               
Cass               
Champaign2482291761728719.918.615.014.78.0624724
Christian               
Clark               
Clay               
Clinton116    10.4    30    
Coles197173123545916.514.710.95.15.6118142927
Cook35830328231733726.423.222.024.125.211111
Crawford               
Cumberland               
DeKalb19015813217820715.913.711.615.117.212101262
DeWitt               
Douglas               
DuPage14413915618217212.612.213.515.414.72514755
Edgar               
Edwards               
Effingham               
Fayette               
Ford               
Franklin128716454 11.36.76.05.2 28293227 
Fulton16134 34 13.93.3 3.3 1931 33 
Gallatin               
Greene               
Grundy76  18747.1  1.86.941  3526
Hamilton               
Hancock               
Hardin               
Henderson               
Henry1162322  10.42.22.2  293636  
Iroquois               
Jackson27617817019516121.615.114.516.313.937647
Jasper               
Jefferson164309729 14.12.98.92.8 18332334 
Jersey               
Jo Daviess               
Johnson               
Kane7373821361596.86.87.512.013.7422827138
Kankakee998565731109.07.96.16.89.93426312618
Kendall181546971201.81.54.48.910.74538332217
Knox20313913612912516.912.212.011.511.11013101414
Lake931221281651508.510.911.314.213.037211399
LaSalle15711212111612313.610.110.810.410.92023151915
Lawrence               
Lee6876   6.47.1   4327   
Livingston96    8.8    35    
Logan83    7.6    40    
Macon1691331089310914.511.89.88.59.81717222319
Macoupin93 2952 8.5 2.85.0 36 3531 
Madison22818317416713718.615.514.814.312.0765811
Marion15728120875713.62.810.78.05.42134162528
Marshall               
Mason               
Massac               
McDonough3221304547 24.411.54.34.5 2193432 
McHenry1081291141401359.811.410.212.311.93320201112
McLean22616814212012218.414.412.410.810.98991716
Menard               
Mercer               
Monroe               
Montgomery               
Morgan173    14.8    16    
Moultrie               
Ogle145135771199612.711.97.110.78.82416281822
Peoria26019319919717220.616.216.616.414.654236
Perry               
Piatt               
Pike               
Pope               
Pulaski               
Putnam               
Randolph               
Richland               
Rock Island5517   5.21.7   4437   
Saint Clair27522319421118621.618.316.217.415.743323
Saline               
Sangamon18214113512913815.412.311.911.412.11311111510
Schuyler               
Scott               
Shelby               
Stark               
Stephenson1141388453 10.212.27.75.1 31152630 
Tazewell1761331171079114.911.810.59.78.31518182023
Union               
Vermilion155119108919913.410.69.88.49.02222212421
Wabash               
Warren               
Washington    131    11.6    13
Wayne               
White               
Whiteside1138718  10.18.01.8  322537  
Will8887971381788.18.08.912.115.1392424124
Williamson13526851008011.92.57.89.17.42635252125
Winnebago20719114914210617.216.013.012.49.69581020
Woodford               
ILLINOIS25822821823423320.518.517.918.918.9     


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