vary across states. Generally, states with higher abortion rates tend to see more out-of-state women seeking abortions. This may be due to restrictions on abortion in those states, the availability of out-of-state abortion providers, and the population demographics of the state. States that have restrictive abortion laws tend to have higher rates of out-of-state abortion patients. In addition, states with a higher percentage of their population belonging to a minority or underserved group may have higher rates of out-of-state abortion patients as their members may seek affordable services outside of their own state. Additionally, states that have well-known abortion providers or are located near states with less restrictive laws may also see higher rates of those seeking out-of-state abortions.