Abortions in America
(Source: Operation Rescue)
• In 2011, the total number of abortions decreased by 5% over 2010 numbers.
• The Associated Press reported in June, 2015, that nationwide the number of abortions decreased by an average 12% since 2010.
• CDC showed that 3,932,181 babies were born in the U.S. in 2013.
• In the United States, about half of all pregnancies are unintended.
• Of all unintended pregnancies, 4 in 10 are aborted.
• Twenty-one percent of all pregnancies in the U.S. end in abortion (not including natural miscarriages).
• Blacks comprise only 13% of the population of America but account for 37% of all abortions.
• Black women are five times more likely to abort than white women.
• 69% of pregnancies among Blacks are unintended, while that number is 54% among Hispanics and 40% of pregnancies among Whites.
• Planned Parenthood, the largest seller of abortions in the United States, has located 80% of its abortion clinics in minority neighborhoods, disproportionately targeting minorities for abortion.
ABORTIONS BY RACE (percentage in America):