Erratum: Florida PRAMS reports from 1993 through 2010 state that PRAMS survey
data "can be generalized to the entire state population of live births" during
one calendar year. In actuality, survey participants for PRAMS are randomly
drawn from birth registration records, so that data collected on infants
are limited to one infant per survey participant, regardless of whether
the survey participant had multiple births. This criterion typically excludes
about 2% of births from the sample frame. Thus, PRAMS data is representative of
the entire population of pregnancies which resulted in a live birth.
For data on the entire population of live births in Florida, please use
CHARTS Florida Birth Query System.