Data on the status of women give citizens the information they need to address the key issues facing women and their families.
Below you'll find the data in Excel format that was used in the 2004 Status of Women in the States report. For more on how to determine the status of women in your community, view our "The Status of Women in Your County" toolkit.
Earnings Full-Time, Year-Round for Employed Women; Earnings Ratio Between Full-Time, Year-Round Employed Women and Men; Women in the Labor Force; and Employed Women, Managerial or Professional Occupations.
Women with Health Insurance; Women with Four or More Years of College; Businesses that are Women-Owned; and Women Living above Poverty.
Parental Consent; Waiting Period; Public Funding for Abortion; Women Living in Counties with Providers; Contraceptive Coverage; Pro-Choice Government; Insurance Mandates for Infertility; Second-Parent Adoption; and Mandatory Sex Education.
Heart Disease Mortality; Lung Cancer Mortality; Breast Cancer Mortality; Incidence of Diabetes; Incidence of Chlamydia; Incidence of AIDS; Poor Mental Health; Suicide Mortality; and Limited Activities.