Oriental Mindoro Marriage Statistics (Preliminary) - January to March 2021


Thursday, December 16, 2021

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Oriental Mindoro Marriage Statistics (Preliminary)


Explanatory Note


Data presented in this special release were obtained from the timely and late registered marriages at the Office of the City/Municipal Civil Registrars throughout the province and submitted to the Office of the Civil Registrar-General through the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)-Provincial Statistical Office (PSO) for encoding.  Information presented includes the marriages that occurred from January until March 2021 (cut-off date is as of 16 July 2021 on the submission of encoded data files to the PSA-Central Office from PSOs while cut-off date for January-March 2020 is July 24, 2020).  Figures presented herein are still preliminary and may differ from the final counts.

Fewer timely-registered births in Oriental Mindoro in the months of January to March 2021 than in the same period last year

Timely-registered marriages in the first quarter of 2021 were fewer than the registered marriages in the first quarter of 2020. From January to March 2021, total number of marriages recorded and registered in the province was 676 while there were 772 marriages in the same period last year.

Month of January posted the most number of marriages during the first quarter of 2021 with 256, a decrease of 88 from the January 2020 registration. The month of February of 2021 also showed a significant decline while the month of March registered an increase compared to the same month last year.


Eight of fifteen city/municipalities in Oriental Mindoro registers less marriages in 1st Quarter 2021 than in the same period of 2020

A total of eight (8) city/municipalities in Oriental Mindoro saw a drop in the number of marriages during the 1st quarter of 2021.  Biggest contributor to the decline was the municipality of Roxas from 95 in the 1st quarter of 2021 down to 46 this year. Other municipalities which recorded decreases were San Teodoro, Pola, Victoria, Bongabong, Pinamalayan, Baco, and the City of Calapan.

The municipalities of Bulalacao and Mansalay showed increases in the number of marriages compared to the 2020 figures.