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Using Early Childhood Longitudinal Study-Birth Cohort data, we present estimates of nonmarital births in the United States in 2001, both within and outside of cohabiting unions. We additionally examine how mother and father characteristics are associated with the relationship context at birth, and assess racial/ethnic differences in these relationships. We find that 52% of nonmarital births (and 19% of all births) occur within cohabitating unions-a substantial increase in cohabiting birthsdoi:10.4054/demres.2010.23.22 fatcat:rbrkxyr5mvfn3ajgzk44ruoxni