Health Disparities

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Regardless of substantial progress in practice, research, and policy, disparities in youth health risk habits linger. Populations can be defined by aspects such as race or ethnic background, gender, education and learning or income, special needs, geographical location, or sexual orientation. Health disparities are inequitable and are straight associated with the present and historical unequal distribution of social, political, economic, and ecological resources. We can boost health dangers and minimize disparities and inequities by attending to social determinants of health. The Intramural Research Program is devoted to advancing knowledge leading to better health for everyone, and to that purpose we work towards recognizing the many intricate root causes of health disparities and developing reliable interventions to conquer them. To figure out more about how IRP researchers add to research targeted at removing health disparities, see the Health Disparities Interest Group website, that includes details on upcoming and archived HDIG workshops. The National Human Genome Research Institute wants to guarantee that all populations take advantage of the advances of genomics research, and have the chance to take part in various methods, such as coming to be research researchers, research individuals and policy manufacturers. For instance, the Clinical Sequencing Exploratory Research program is an initiative of NHGRI's Division of Genomic Medicine and Division of Genomics and Society, in conjunction with the National Cancer Institute, to support research into the fostering and application of genomic sequencing in professional care.

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Healthy People 2020 Overview of Health Disparities

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hp2020_objectiveobjective_descriptiontopic_areapopulation_characteristicnumber_of_population_groupsbest_rate_baseline_year_sstandard_error_of_best_ratepopulation_group_with_theaverage_of_other_ratesstandard_error_of_averagerate_ratio_baseline_yearstandard_error_of_rate_ratiobest_rate_final_year_sstandard_error_of_best_rate_1population_group_with_the_1average_of_other_rates_finalstandard_error_of_average_1rate_ratio_final_year_sstandard_error_of_rate_ratio_1difference_in_the_rate_ratioz_score_of_the_differencedisparities_change_over_time
AH-1AH-1. Adolescents receiving a wellness checkup in the past 12 months (percent, ages 10-17)AHSex268.7351633381.326000235Female68.6580703871.358141111.0011228530.027661783.9122503820.971210616Male81.1245456721.2272824981.0343632710.01970260.03324040.978775676Little or no detectable change
AH-1AH-1. Adolescents receiving a wellness checkup in the past 12 months (percent, ages 10-17)AHRace and ethnicity675.2633517181.981832442Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino65.7410612435.2233554311.1448454020.0958272386.5066426941.717996731Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino78.0011415464.9922556261.1090432910.074320032-0.035802-0.295227332Little or no detectable change
AH-1AH-1. Adolescents receiving a wellness checkup in the past 12 months (percent, ages 10-17)AHFamily income581.3549442682.053865132At or above 600% of the poverty threshold66.8695595262.4858831281.2166215070.054671386.9699611821.51176182At 400%-599% of the poverty threshold81.6857480322.1996048791.0646895360.0341241-0.151931971-2.357472793Decrease
AH-1AH-1. Adolescents receiving a wellness checkup in the past 12 months (percent, ages 10-17)AHGeographic location270.709955841.021048951Metropolitan58.1672885422.8135373381.2156309430.06136483.4221741070.832360614Metropolitan76.4678943262.3792764151.0909437860.035647-0.124687158-1.756984877Little or no detectable change
AH-2AH-2. Adolescents participating in extracurricular or out-of-school activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHSex283.0180.861Male81.8270.8551.0145550980.014936483.78720.73873Female81.687630.692451.0257024230.01254510.01114730.571487399Little or no detectable change
AH-2AH-2. Adolescents participating in extracurricular or out-of-school activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHRace and ethnicity790.2922.061Asian only77.1913333334.901039891.1697168080.07892139690.580931.76074Asian only81.3840353.9895427941.1130061320.0586938-0.056711-0.576596367Little or no detectable change
AH-2AH-2. Adolescents participating in extracurricular or out-of-school activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHFamily income493.290.591Above 400% of the poverty threshold75.131.9396268971.2417143620.033008393.220780.51919Above 400% of the poverty threshold76.2707433331.5526819931.2222351050.025796-0.019479-0.464981775Little or no detectable change
AH-2AH-2. Adolescents participating in extracurricular or out-of-school activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHGeographic location282.6830.836Nonmetropolitan82.3770.751.0037146290.013656583.481960.56025Metropolitan79.857641.115551.0453847620.0162010.04167011.966594718Increase
AH-3.1AH-3.1. Adolescents having an adult in their lives with whom they can discuss serious problems (percent, ages 12-17)AHSex277.19140.5239Male73.95950.55241.043698240.01053380.82468840.5494938Male77.03959570.632054081.0491317830.01117860.005433540.35376423Little or no detectable change
AH-3.1AH-3.1. Adolescents having an adult in their lives with whom they can discuss serious problems (percent, ages 12-17)AHRace and ethnicity676.72651.0301Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino72.418582.2935703791.0594863910.036445479.96190970.56959055White only, not Hispanic or Latino76.820757081.9280347431.0408893730.0271559-0.018597-0.409174489Little or no detectable change
AH-3.1AH-3.1. Adolescents having an adult in their lives with whom they can discuss serious problems (percent, ages 12-17)AHFamily income578.120.7654At 400%-599% of the poverty threshold74.7698751.347194011.0448058130.021428481.51851421.03502796At 400%-599% of the poverty threshold78.6237652251.0507579021.0368177350.0191128-0.007988-0.278197189Little or no detectable change
AH-3.1AH-3.1. Adolescents having an adult in their lives with whom they can discuss serious problems (percent, ages 12-17)AHGeographic location279.22698730.44404137Metropolitan78.82294880.93276551.0051258990.013160979.00772190.45463323Metropolitan78.67420390.994923341.0042392290.0139526-0.00088667-0.046228Little or no detectable change
AH-3.2AH-3.2. Adolescents whose parents attend their events and activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHSex282.8040.834Male81.4590.8311.0165113740.014572583.70670.74963Female81.477040.812491.0273655010.01376980.01085410.541378681Little or no detectable change
AH-3.2AH-3.2. Adolescents whose parents attend their events and activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHRace and ethnicity787.8340.608White only, not Hispanic or Latino76.4808333333.7212264381.1484445990.05644188.934150.49098White only, not Hispanic or Latino74.6488066676.3686564331.1913673370.1018539830.04292270.36860433Little or no detectable change
AH-3.2AH-3.2. Adolescents whose parents attend their events and activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHFamily income489.2190.713Above 400% of the poverty threshold75.1972.0423321231.1864702050.033590390.190210.72151Above 400% of the poverty threshold75.7578733331.9071781821.1905060960.03144740.004035890.087710944Little or no detectable change
AH-3.2AH-3.2. Adolescents whose parents attend their events and activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHGeographic location284.7130.605Nonmetropolitan81.3310.7461.041583160.012108383.775471.04248Nonmetropolitan82.529640.627291.0150955460.0148016-0.026488-1.385104522Little or no detectable change
AH-4.1AH-4.1. Adolescents in foster care who exhibit early readiness for adulthood (percent, age 17)AHSex248.827236Female37.2014921.31250746651.907829534Female41.4870825461.251180521-0.061327Little or no detectable change
AH-4.1AH-4.1. Adolescents in foster care who exhibit early readiness for adulthood (percent, age 17)AHRace and ethnicity745.31886Two or more races41.3023611.09724623254.961832061Asian only46.148135031.1909870690.093740836Little or no detectable change
AH-5.1AH-5.1. Students graduating from high school within 4 years of starting 9th grade (percent)AHRace and ethnicity587Asian or Pacific Islander, not Hispanic or Latino71.751.21254355491.2Asian or Pacific Islander, not Hispanic or Latino79.71.144291092-0.068252462Little or no detectable change
AH-5.2AH-5.2. Students served under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act who graduate high school with a diploma (percent, ages 14-21)AHSex261.013941497Female58.0461342091.05112842372.07053921Female69.6546456441.034683883-0.016445Little or no detectable change
AH-5.2AH-5.2. Students served under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act who graduate high school with a diploma (percent, ages 14-21)AHRace and ethnicity771.171753626White only, not Hispanic or Latino61.6509296331.15443115176.370297309Asian only, not Hispanic or Latino68.674683521.112058963-0.042372Little or no detectable change
AH-5.3.1AH-5.3.1. Fourth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHSex236.130.425Female29.980.3981.2051367580.021375838.8457933960.369597685Female34.3342913780.3801110121.1313993050.0165157-0.073737453-2.729719343Decrease
AH-5.3.1AH-5.3.1. Fourth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHRace and ethnicity646.591.367Asian or Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino29.1340.9460772961.5991624910.06998804456.4861025071.43798842Asian or Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino30.2055648371.207997061.8700561570.0886548860.2708936672.398320912Increase
AH-5.3.1AH-5.3.1. Fourth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHDisability status235.160.405People without disabilities12.60.4932.790476190.1138159640.0596417380.333877972People without disabilities12.4247673440.3558179023.2241764070.0961641290.4337002172.910699559Increase
AH-5.3.2AH-5.3.2. Eighth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHSex237.320.494Female27.520.3911.3561046510.026333541.3144802430.474493737Female31.1069818780.3979097961.3281417140.0228321-0.027963-0.80230252Little or no detectable change
AH-5.3.2AH-5.3.2. Eighth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHRace and ethnicity644.761.821Asian or Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino25.220.8915780951.7747819190.0956560555.0320239521.450102644Asian or Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino29.8191056791.3175698291.8455289890.0949449360.070747070.524922622Little or no detectable change
AH-5.3.2AH-5.3.2. Eighth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHEducational attainment443.870.5234-year college degree21.7933333330.7003706162.0130009180.06899943146.6323341380.4492570024-year college degree24.5940182750.9274608691.896084390.073799375-0.116916528-1.157233839Little or no detectable change
AH-5.3.2AH-5.3.2. Eighth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHDisability status234.80.4People without disabilities8.430.374.1281138790.18729657839.7715815670.375208265People without disabilities9.8732831520.5613066954.0282022660.232139318-0.099911613-0.334963447Little or no detectable change
AH-5.3.3AH-5.3.3. Twelfth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHSex241.430.888Female28.910.9431.4330681430.055933241.9601627680.928246269Female32.8845158190.7165493061.2759854210.039621-0.157082721-2.291689727Decrease
AH-5.3.3AH-5.3.3. Twelfth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHRace and ethnicity643.930.955White only, not Hispanic or Latino26.4383.6440803021.6616234210.23186085147.7793606522.958848278Asian or Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino32.312935753.5593283731.4786449930.186850744-0.182978428-0.614476157Little or no detectable change
AH-5.3.3AH-5.3.3. Twelfth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHEducational attainment446.671.0424-year college degree24.582.0687104681.8986981290.16532629148.9144580.9607786414-year college degree26.060667591.4007163191.8769457010.107408003-0.021752-0.110332786Little or no detectable change
AH-5.3.3AH-5.3.3. Twelfth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHDisability status237.570.704People without disabilities6.311.3695.9540412041.29658126440.028461840.662695777People without disabilities11.5334270411.1171235283.4706476830.341040845-2.483393521-1.852334133Little or no detectable change
AH-5.4.1AH-5.4.1. Fourth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHSex240.940.38Male37.20.3891.1005376340.015387942.1902371620.43928907Male38.1295815690.3677167531.1064962010.01570350.005958570.271015039Little or no detectable change
AH-5.4.1AH-5.4.1. Fourth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHRace and ethnicity657.321.494Asian or Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino34.0540.8518092511.6832090210.06080663.845338221.364773928Asian or Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino33.2711674861.255695431.9189389210.0832329880.23572992.286905719Increase
AH-5.4.1AH-5.4.1. Fourth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHDisability status241.560.355People without disabilities19.110.6452.1747776030.07571720143.6807791580.395084935People without disabilities16.1040510560.55145662.7124093810.0960673830.5376317784.395310633Increase
AH-5.4.2AH-5.4.2. Eighth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHSex235.60.363Male32.110.4361.1086888820.018826235.0411546170.356328897Male33.4404006850.4522493391.0478688620.0177305-0.06082-2.351790372Decrease
AH-5.4.2AH-5.4.2. Eighth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHRace and ethnicity653.151.675Asian or Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino25.4940.8937281472.0848042680.09827637361.6393387961.529947492Asian or Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino26.4859425441.2187787962.327247320.1216764940.2424430521.550069616Little or no detectable change
AH-5.4.2AH-5.4.2. Eighth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHEducational attainment446.910.4464-year college degree21.9066666670.7202225352.1413572730.0732858145.6850181790.4221986614-year college degree21.0966287260.8853619882.1655127350.0930574450.02415550.203928914Little or no detectable change
AH-5.4.2AH-5.4.2. Eighth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHDisability status236.530.363People without disabilities9.170.3783.9836423120.1689151937.868769050.345188208People without disabilities8.7435204740.455614214.331066550.2291136420.3474242381.220532969Little or no detectable change
AH-5.4.3AH-5.4.3. Twelfth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHSex225.070.971Male21.060.7651.1904083570.06321083226.2395035990.746042273Male22.7238372490.7255325521.1547127060.0493671-0.035696-0.445059439Little or no detectable change
AH-5.4.3AH-5.4.3. Twelfth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHRace and ethnicity533.832.616Asian or Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino15.80251.6744969392.1408005060.28082840846.162582242.552813935Asian or Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino20.3284512591.9422561992.2708361620.2506858220.1300356560.345434178Little or no detectable change
AH-5.4.3AH-5.4.3. Twelfth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHEducational attainment434.260.9674-year college degree12.1866666671.400230162.8112691470.33261416836.807175060.9482617634-year college degree12.4993974431.1544666982.9447159530.2823617170.1334468070.305858088Little or no detectable change
AH-5.4.3AH-5.4.3. Twelfth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHDisability status224.390.717People without disabilities4.551.2065.360439561.42952305126.3110771320.70982836People without disabilities5.6916235021.0129338514.622771890.832110188-0.737667671-0.445971583Little or no detectable change
AH-5.5AH-5.5. Adolescents who consider school work to be meaningful and important (percent, ages 12-17)AHSex227.13650.6076Female25.67230.58121.0570342350.033657323.69504560.62478042Male23.14495480.602437241.0237672010.0379312-0.033267-0.656013556Little or no detectable change
AH-5.5AH-5.5. Adolescents who consider school work to be meaningful and important (percent, ages 12-17)AHRace and ethnicity738.65641.2103Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino28.61813.0872178251.3507675210.1517290435.16503445.37052463Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only25.6943276671.7904569551.3685913430.2297447130.01782380.064737184Little or no detectable change
AH-5.5AH-5.5. Adolescents who consider school work to be meaningful and important (percent, ages 12-17)AHFamily income536.0731.1366Below the poverty threshold (<100%)24.2434751.2677271391.4879467570.09084001532.39724021.00953509Below the poverty threshold (<100%)20.917765551.1101207181.5487906740.095316930.06084390.462090847Little or no detectable change
AH-5.5AH-5.5. Adolescents who consider school work to be meaningful and important (percent, ages 12-17)AHGeographic location228.05173550.48516153Metropolitan27.27499571.063859561.0284780910.043882524.68544681.00294862Nonmetropolitan23.21755620.487314571.0632233030.04862160.03474520.530492961Little or no detectable change
AH-5.6AH-5.6. Adolescents missing school for 11 or more days due to illness or injury (percent, ages 12-17)AHSex24.4982924440.604524625Male5.5257362660.7659889511.228407520.237170774.9614794380.625995446Male5.1155055720.6195250571.0310443960.18031823-0.197363124-0.662439189Little or no detectable change
AH-5.6AH-5.6. Adolescents missing school for 11 or more days due to illness or injury (percent, ages 12-17)AHRace and ethnicity34.6452390130.94770228Hispanic or Latino5.6985231511.2489762541.2267448750.3673283183.7379185521.110609221Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino4.8409244861.2328809991.2950855990.5068095740.0683407240.109183019Little or no detectable change
AH-5.6AH-5.6. Adolescents missing school for 11 or more days due to illness or injury (percent, ages 12-17)AHFamily income52.8794459250.76247888At 400%-599% of the poverty threshold5.492318671.3424038481.9074220570.6873548763.6352668240.918752517At or above 600% of the poverty threshold5.4954818661.2374301211.5117134810.511702413-0.395708576-0.461785037Little or no detectable change
AH-5.6AH-5.6. Adolescents missing school for 11 or more days due to illness or injury (percent, ages 12-17)AHGeographic location24.9433857430.541117486Metropolitan5.3361572041.237076011.0794539370.2767422234.8129320830.460621627Metropolitan6.6314072711.4208219431.3778310510.3233217370.2983771140.701097572Little or no detectable change
AH-7AH-7. Adolescents who have been offered, sold, or given an illegal drug on school property (percent, grades 9-12)AHSex219.3056383581.013300298Female25.8722686961.3599012431.3401405440.09954718818.6639770620.975336815Female20.9273114930.7718376181.1212675320.071718523-0.218873012-1.783930602Little or no detectable change
AH-7AH-7. Adolescents who have been offered, sold, or given an illegal drug on school property (percent, grades 9-12)AHRace and ethnicity719.423468531.849471362Asian only27.4692115142.4469455691.4142279210.18440204217.6687500831.041963245White only, not Hispanic or Latino22.3589009032.1556223781.2654489310.143015901-0.14877899-0.637546864Little or no detectable change
AH-8AH-8. Adolescents whose parents consider them to be safe at school (percent, ages 12-17)AHSex287.160.653Female85.5050.8761.0193555930.012937891.521160.55558Male90.310230.595051.0134085580.0090792-0.005947-0.376260054Little or no detectable change
AH-8AH-8. Adolescents whose parents consider them to be safe at school (percent, ages 12-17)AHRace and ethnicity792.7670.435White only, not Hispanic or Latino81.2096666673.5613877351.1423147490.050380995.121680.30255White only, not Hispanic or Latino88.1922133332.9821243351.0785723180.0366317-0.063742431-1.023307225Little or no detectable change
AH-8AH-8. Adolescents whose parents consider them to be safe at school (percent, ages 12-17)AHFamily income495.1580.395Above 400% of the poverty threshold80.2621.7862487231.1855921860.026840797.318910.38026Above 400% of the poverty threshold87.074951.3145964071.1176453160.0174294-0.06794687-2.123127829Decrease
AH-8AH-8. Adolescents whose parents consider them to be safe at school (percent, ages 12-17)AHGeographic location289.1910.517Nonmetropolitan85.4840.6891.043364840.010358491.793540.64668Nonmetropolitan90.911910.459731.0096976290.0087561-0.033667-2.482209672Decrease
AH-10AH-10. Schools with a serious violent incident (percent)AHGeographic location414.41.59Rural18.42.5086550181.2777777780.22417780413.24141.50571Rural17.5921433332.5681504091.3285712490.2458447970.05079350.152666307Little or no detectable change
AH-11.1AH-11.1. Arrests of minors and young adults for serious violent crimes (per 100,000 population, ages 10-24)AHSex2155.9Female716.74.597177678125.636452199Female512.1448052594.076402957-0.520774721Decrease
AH-11.2AH-11.2. Arrests of minors and young adults for serious property crimes (per 100,000 population, ages 10-24)AHSex21114.1Female1917.61.721209945497.374116376Female922.1453833881.8540276890.132817743Increase
AH-11.3AH-11.3. Secondary school students who report the presence of gangs at school (percent, ages 12-18)AHSex211.9652837610.896763299Female12.8533177960.9108712241.0742175490.11080149610.4470229640.885210005Female10.89843280.8933541511.0432094230.122987913-0.031008-0.187316691Little or no detectable change
AH-11.3AH-11.3. Secondary school students who report the presence of gangs at school (percent, ages 12-18)AHRace and ethnicity57.4278284650.670251263White only, not Hispanic or Latino15.1076420652.3993314992.0339244690.3715174794.0880797261.35028678Asian only13.4652709392.1278943183.2937887321.2060399031.2598642630.998334773Little or no detectable change
AH-11.3AH-11.3. Secondary school students who report the presence of gangs at school (percent, ages 12-18)AHFamily income58.6415303660.905678716More than $75,000 income14.5246571481.9243827861.6807968650.2839400947.6481043560.876853207More than $75,000 income13.3225522571.9468483291.7419417460.3235469210.06114490.142042079Little or no detectable change
AH-11.3AH-11.3. Secondary school students who report the presence of gangs at school (percent, ages 12-18)AHGeographic location36.7903403141.058595119Rural14.5495314841.5617435052.1426807510.4055601063.9235384990.801240244Rural12.7086688951.549527723.2390835210.7703939361.0964027691.259330101Little or no detectable change
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSSex284.6314869790.32141336Female81.6718628670.3263356041.036237990.0057123790.074128470.26348577Female87.8604367810.2796129811.0251955460.00443152-0.011042-1.527357591Little or no detectable change
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSRace and ethnicity787.5100109730.328402645White only, not Hispanic or Latino78.0185120323.1467736451.1216570110.04543692.6353370760.702095009Asian only85.3050485631.7699487061.0859303010.0239876-0.035727-0.695352691Little or no detectable change
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSEducational attainment695.5478677720.393372147Advanced degree79.4617089480.7136099231.2024391250.011879296.2067370180.30426627Advanced degree84.1662037530.72524691.1430566280.010492-0.059382-3.746711023Decrease
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSFamily income595.0280122330.337289384At or above 600% of the poverty threshold79.1002180220.7586286931.2013622040.012285796.7817150580.270175345At or above 600% of the poverty threshold86.1222906910.671094031.1237707950.0093018-0.077591409-5.035214437Decrease
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSDisability status286.0923378520.674445344People with disabilities81.8945431640.3340384671.051258540.00928588.3839683220.738397924People with disabilities87.1646048840.367249831.0139892040.0094876-0.037269-2.80748293Decrease
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSGeographic location283.5735502750.310834991Metropolitan80.9420130760.7630699121.0325113880.01046489.389936880.252152557Metropolitan86.0111018630.8996428811.0392837080.01125890.006772320.440600007Little or no detectable change
AHS-1.2AHS-1.2. Persons with dental insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSSex250.6206216010.508456715Female50.0195003690.5176583531.0120177380.014595454.4638710260.536205735Female54.3724087870.5168375231.0016821440.0137081-0.010336-0.516175093Little or no detectable change
AHS-1.2AHS-1.2. Persons with dental insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSRace and ethnicity756.9562113990.584490962White only, not Hispanic or Latino39.826438874.494925271.4301105750.16207218761.9681179050.543711309White only, not Hispanic or Latino44.8289991843.4547589441.3823221360.107217238-0.047788-0.245917823Little or no detectable change
AHS-1.2AHS-1.2. Persons with dental insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSEducational attainment672.5333702980.975676162Advanced degree50.1096355650.9248431761.4474934710.03305877.1695836350.778627328Advanced degree51.1261770480.9064131031.5093947580.03079020.06190131.370226638Little or no detectable change
AHS-1.2AHS-1.2. Persons with dental insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSFamily income572.4535403680.843385984At or above 600% of the poverty threshold41.5508459121.0499145921.7437320170.048511580.2128698630.686373649At or above 600% of the poverty threshold43.6623114190.960791771.8371191830.04337480.0933871651.435072766Little or no detectable change
AHS-1.2AHS-1.2. Persons with dental insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSDisability status251.6123827070.546967546People without disabilities31.0924332491.017853021.6599660210.057117759.3831279950.591489925People without disabilities33.9345184091.0727868391.7499328350.05800240.0899668141.105180834Little or no detectable change
AHS-1.2AHS-1.2. Persons with dental insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSGeographic location251.7895547140.527039562Metropolitan42.5473281011.0890047421.2172222560.033527255.7835976120.515405629Metropolitan44.7284776551.6887452721.2471606580.04847660.02993840.507937657Little or no detectable change
AHS-1.3AHS-1.3. Persons with prescription drug insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSSex262.6339213230.499868646Female61.7780555370.4982581951.013853880.011503761.3028398330.52582221Male60.9034873790.5486846671.0065571360.0125209-0.0072967-0.429141428Little or no detectable change
AHS-1.3AHS-1.3. Persons with prescription drug insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSRace and ethnicity771.2827984710.540833672White only, not Hispanic or Latino48.6020594124.4136332691.4666620990.13365405370.4203800350.509783354White only, not Hispanic or Latino48.5577229413.8087818711.4502405750.114237736-0.016422-0.093398135Little or no detectable change
AHS-1.3AHS-1.3. Persons with prescription drug insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSEducational attainment688.1938914880.624812727Advanced degree63.5686240120.8453090151.3873808480.020903885.4155190320.615891246Advanced degree59.2490787010.8920419941.4416345520.02406570.05425371.701983783Little or no detectable change
AHS-1.3AHS-1.3. Persons with prescription drug insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSFamily income588.2805096990.555359055At or above 600% of the poverty threshold51.6831234881.001599911.708110960.034802988.9092337820.49694283At or above 600% of the poverty threshold49.3003204870.9429489531.803421010.0359360.095310051.905194793Little or no detectable change
AHS-1.3AHS-1.3. Persons with prescription drug insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSDisability status262.9453585130.534121126People without disabilities40.2121153231.0586541311.5653331840.043297868.5976550730.558663786People without disabilities41.0237075541.1194662931.6721466480.04761880.1068134641.659616731Little or no detectable change
AHS-1.3AHS-1.3. Persons with prescription drug insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSGeographic location263.2896399840.511530066Metropolitan56.4877484471.135501541.1204135720.024274662.1315802740.527996624Metropolitan53.7773189181.7427485671.1553491610.0387070.03493560.764637939Little or no detectable change
AHS-3AHS-3. Persons with a usual primary care provider (percent)AHSSex279.9266770.507459Female72.6236260.5713041.1005602640.011125779.5270.53153Female73.21690.580091.0861836540.0112588-0.014377-0.908271568Little or no detectable change
AHS-3AHS-3. Persons with a usual primary care provider (percent)AHSRace and ethnicity680.0832390.542199White only, not Hispanic or Latino71.29445523.3348868461.1232744370.053090179.60580.66267White only, not Hispanic or Latino73.009562.5684373741.090347620.0394171-0.032927-0.49796237Little or no detectable change
AHS-3AHS-3. Persons with a usual primary care provider (percent)AHSEducational attainment580.5672411.221636Advanced degree71.9758061.1402361871.1193655960.024546678.40341.21076Advanced degree72.703251.1718360651.078402960.024072-0.040963-1.191460046Little or no detectable change
AHS-3AHS-3. Persons with a usual primary care provider (percent)AHSFamily income581.9351740.876398At or above 600% of the poverty threshold74.52866851.0905779621.0993779390.019926879.76160.93066At or above 600% of the poverty threshold75.2343751.0251855961.0601749530.019019-0.039203-1.423166066Little or no detectable change
AHS-3AHS-3. Persons with a usual primary care provider (percent)AHSDisability status286.1323982890.76609645People with either basic or complex activity limitations71.2025450.55760741.2096814560.014335684.8828061490.81220755People with either basic or complex activity limitations69.85170.610971.2151859750.01575350.005504520.258430297Little or no detectable change
AHS-3AHS-3. Persons with a usual primary care provider (percent)AHSGeographic location278.5721261.127398Nonmetropolitan75.9061560.534261.0351219210.016543283.25031.23241Nonmetropolitan75.32580.509521.1052029980.01798810.0700810772.867626562Increase
AHS-5.1AHS-5.1. Persons with a source of ongoing care (percent, all ages)AHSSex290.1421988930.320845616Female82.4883987040.4786355891.0927863830.0074387790.289948660.342725984Female84.6762400190.4076386221.0662961490.006537-0.02649-2.674996135Decrease
AHS-5.1AHS-5.1. Persons with a source of ongoing care (percent, all ages)AHSRace and ethnicity689.0495876540.366676247White only, not Hispanic or Latino83.4575660481.9901421811.067004370.025820589.8594870290.305278069White only, not Hispanic or Latino85.2212850591.6406450511.0544253930.020613-0.012579-0.380727862Little or no detectable change
AHS-5.1AHS-5.1. Persons with a source of ongoing care (percent, all ages)AHSEducational attainment691.9536171820.725946584Advanced degree85.1018937610.8836870881.0805119970.014094491.2484541380.625214793Advanced degree85.5639591520.8809366221.0664356240.0131888-0.014076-0.729240805Little or no detectable change
AHS-5.1AHS-5.1. Persons with a source of ongoing care (percent, all ages)AHSFamily income592.9308124870.500678166At or above 600% of the poverty threshold84.1350472430.8285239061.1045434160.012398592.4573394070.420973008At or above 600% of the poverty threshold85.6098455150.7647196181.0799848880.010828-0.024559-1.491907746Little or no detectable change
AHS-5.1AHS-5.1. Persons with a source of ongoing care (percent, all ages)AHSDisability status289.6599047510.697887441People with disabilities80.7813529950.5094787351.1099084310.011119291.2785127580.678943432People with disabilities84.5363617260.5168079491.079754450.010396-0.030154-1.980930003Decrease
AHS-5.1AHS-5.1. Persons with a source of ongoing care (percent, all ages)AHSGeographic location287.3957884390.782197565Nonmetropolitan86.1956573060.3392080031.0139233360.009913289.1148882740.858832413Nonmetropolitan87.3158494920.3147554021.0206038060.01050150.006680470.462594037Little or no detectable change
AHS-5.2AHS-5.2. Children and youth with a source of ongoing care (percent, ages 17 years and under)AHSSex294.7038646620.422076676Female93.9256765130.4724310091.0082851480.0067759896.1431481430.338607879Male94.3989501220.5266723581.0184768790.006719750.01019171.067979413Little or no detectable change
AHS-5.2AHS-5.2. Children and youth with a source of ongoing care (percent, ages 17 years and under)AHSRace and ethnicity695.8796608020.420561917White only, not Hispanic or Latino92.9651990092.3978222591.031350030.026983296.9754431380.307636915White only, not Hispanic or Latino93.911192011.7243863981.0326292430.01924190.001279210.0385988Little or no detectable change
AHS-5.2AHS-5.2. Children and youth with a source of ongoing care (percent, ages 17 years and under)AHSFamily income598.3150274040.480017213At 400%-599% of the poverty threshold93.8318024570.8761995231.0477793760.011040897.5659114940.451372126At 400%-599% of the poverty threshold94.8486932210.8509011511.0286479250.0103829-0.019131-1.262298773Little or no detectable change
AHS-5.2AHS-5.2. Children and youth with a source of ongoing care (percent, ages 17 years and under)AHSGeographic location294.3590334410.335009056Metropolitan94.034127260.9306914691.0034551940.010551295.3281407680.318553833Metropolitan94.9965783911.1309306711.0034902560.01240820.0000350620.00215263Little or no detectable change
AHS-5.3AHS-5.3. Adults with a source of ongoing care (percent, ages 18-64)AHSSex286.9603428840.44834204Female75.4550473590.6884548141.1524788060.012077987.1863114610.489777692Female77.6517582040.6012649721.1227860580.0107408-0.029693-1.83708392Little or no detectable change
AHS-5.3AHS-5.3. Adults with a source of ongoing care (percent, ages 18-64)AHSRace and ethnicity684.9687565650.510478391White only, not Hispanic or Latino76.1565254013.0364061421.1157120960.044986385.5069648680.446737513White only, not Hispanic or Latino79.3008386192.5858672831.0782605370.0356087-0.037452-0.652764774Little or no detectable change
AHS-5.3AHS-5.3. Adults with a source of ongoing care (percent, ages 18-64)AHSEducational attainment691.951667140.726243223Advanced degree85.1015954070.8837292621.0804928710.014096891.2484541380.625212832Advanced degree85.5639591520.8809194861.0664356240.0131886-0.014057-0.728187996Little or no detectable change
AHS-5.3AHS-5.3. Adults with a source of ongoing care (percent, ages 18-64)AHSFamily income591.1262548010.628394753At or above 600% of the poverty threshold76.8406534031.205821011.1859120240.020327590.1125493980.579115354At or above 600% of the poverty threshold78.9205227371.1348828681.1418138940.0179845-0.044098-1.624763626Little or no detectable change
AHS-5.3AHS-5.3. Adults with a source of ongoing care (percent, ages 18-64)AHSDisability status285.2704303441.050696649People with disabilities78.623381940.5578909891.0845428960.015421187.9204050471.054856463People with disabilities82.6364651410.5912153521.0639419890.0148623-0.020601-0.961885655Little or no detectable change
AHS-5.3AHS-5.3. Adults with a source of ongoing care (percent, ages 18-64)AHSGeographic location282.3428090791.156997992Nonmetropolitan81.1032461940.4751117451.0152837640.015455984.9363027751.199853339Nonmetropolitan82.1653802510.4557899361.0337237230.01568840.018440.837304245Little or no detectable change
AHS-5.4AHS-5.4. Adults with a source of ongoing care (percent, ages 65 and over)AHSSex296.6304756960.421628305Female95.7886413890.5199093241.0087884560.0070252696.0803247270.372018259Female95.5351813330.4280861561.0057062060.00595584-0.0030823-0.334659078Little or no detectable change
AHS-5.4AHS-5.4. Adults with a source of ongoing care (percent, ages 65 and over)AHSRace and ethnicity498.8474315090.554430942Asian only94.6551085171.5995517091.044290510.018593996.2300838660.30320877White only, not Hispanic or Latino94.6723202511.6249062061.0164542670.0177374-0.027836-1.083238182Little or no detectable change
AHS-5.4AHS-5.4. Adults with a source of ongoing care (percent, ages 65 and over)AHSEducational attainment691.951667140.726243223Advanced degree85.1015954070.8837292621.0804928710.014096891.2484541380.625212832Advanced degree85.5639591520.8809194861.0664356240.0131886-0.014057-0.728187996Little or no detectable change
AHS-5.4AHS-5.4. Adults with a source of ongoing care (percent, ages 65 and over)AHSFamily income598.2044866370.507569678At 400%-599% of the poverty threshold95.3924992081.0485407561.0294780770.012504497.5025000490.624487907At or above 600% of the poverty threshold95.1278208270.8918260371.0249630360.0116374-0.004515-0.264317775Little or no detectable change
AHS-5.4AHS-5.4. Adults with a source of ongoing care (percent, ages 65 and over)AHSDisability status296.4371666850.641573941People with disabilities96.1442160860.5637236081.0030469910.008894895.8973496030.663333546People with disabilities95.7214798010.5237430321.0018373080.0088357-0.0012097-0.096485532Little or no detectable change
AHS-5.4AHS-5.4. Adults with a source of ongoing care (percent, ages 65 and over)AHSGeographic location296.4425309050.366737262Metropolitan95.6645526230.708590891.0081323570.008393895.9975828130.31855901Metropolitan94.9916910770.718876541.010589260.00835090.00245690.20750293Little or no detectable change
AHS-6.1AHS-6.1. Persons unable to obtain or delaying needed medical care, dental care, or prescription medications (percent)AHSSex29.099840.335009Male10.8133750.3716321.188303860.05984719.01490.3918Male10.94910.35731.2145559020.0660096610.0262520.294633128Little or no detectable change
AHS-6.1AHS-6.1. Persons unable to obtain or delaying needed medical care, dental care, or prescription medications (percent)AHSRace and ethnicity65.4622920.925014Asian only9.60185221.309500061.7578430810.3822140756.88330.8207Asian only10.274161.6775287531.4926212720.301772245-0.265221809-0.544620428Little or no detectable change
AHS-6.1AHS-6.1. Persons unable to obtain or delaying needed medical care, dental care, or prescription medications (percent)AHSEducational attainment59.0124690.839801Advanced degree11.355372250.7106913961.259962420.14143020910.50170.58884-year college degree12.61440.9076885941.2011769520.109572524-0.058785-0.328576389Little or no detectable change
AHS-6.1AHS-6.1. Persons unable to obtain or delaying needed medical care, dental care, or prescription medications (percent)AHSFamily income56.2159080.44811At or above 600% of the poverty threshold11.4453740.7780693671.8413036360.1824519297.79210.581At or above 600% of the poverty threshold11.024450.7059774081.4148239880.139059191-0.426479647-1.859077307Little or no detectable change
AHS-6.1AHS-6.1. Persons unable to obtain or delaying needed medical care, dental care, or prescription medications (percent)AHSDisability status29.91188720.3661197People with neither basic nor complex activity limitations26.9731079071.2635111762.7212888290.1623374858.70470.3465People with neither basic nor complex activity limitations26.6862394370.884593253.0657276460.158806720.3444388171.516703717Little or no detectable change
AHS-6.1AHS-6.1. Persons unable to obtain or delaying needed medical care, dental care, or prescription medications (percent)AHSGeographic location29.8677670.315215Metropolitan10.5095760.8239931.0650409560.0901681779.85840.3258Metropolitan10.90510.99461.1061734160.107307520.04113250.293465065Little or no detectable change
AHS-6.2AHS-6.2. Persons unable to obtain or delaying needed medical care (percent)AHSSex24.2661670.223671Male5.073010.2517571.1891259770.0858448283.81840.21239Male4.30770.219191.1281426780.085045823-0.060983-0.504664622Little or no detectable change
AHS-6.2AHS-6.2. Persons unable to obtain or delaying needed medical care (percent)AHSRace and ethnicity52.8194340.726317Asian only4.5219270.6903789781.6038421190.4802767382.86720.30992Hispanic or Latino3.665250.5676156441.2783377510.241422015-0.325504368-0.605543322Little or no detectable change
AHS-6.2AHS-6.2. Persons unable to obtain or delaying needed medical care (percent)AHSEducational attainment54.7130950.4973524-year college degree5.313490750.548063011.127388850.1663601674.07380.353174-year college degree5.2690.5696842311.293387010.1792431470.165998160.67879533Little or no detectable change
AHS-6.2AHS-6.2. Persons unable to obtain or delaying needed medical care (percent)AHSFamily income52.8787760.297121At or above 600% of the poverty threshold5.520376750.5499246911.9176124680.2750693252.96470.31644At 400%-599% of the poverty threshold4.5140750.4408303021.5226076840.220275693-0.395004784-1.120904554Little or no detectable change
AHS-6.2AHS-6.2. Persons unable to obtain or delaying needed medical care (percent)AHSDisability status24.18301070.2016817People with neither basic nor complex activity limitations12.8396417920.7934412323.069473810.2405850423.32650.19475People with neither basic nor complex activity limitations12.0167518540.6384142313.612431040.2855877370.542957231.454017287Little or no detectable change
AHS-6.2AHS-6.2. Persons unable to obtain or delaying needed medical care (percent)AHSGeographic location24.6211260.19972Metropolitan4.9646790.564891.0743440020.1307621263.93520.17417Metropolitan4.89890.492571.2448922550.1367604390.1705482530.901348441Little or no detectable change
AHS-6.3AHS-6.3. Persons unable to obtain or delaying needed dental care (percent)AHSSex24.9974380.233916Male5.9150240.2827421.1836112820.0791854064.29440.2359Male5.37440.25331.2514903130.090582670.0678790310.564180555Little or no detectable change
AHS-6.3AHS-6.3. Persons unable to obtain or delaying needed dental care (percent)AHSRace and ethnicity53.2301970.726786Asian only5.5140950.6869673511.7070460410.4390294883.85440.6655Asian only5.39590.6556858671.3999325450.295572962-0.307113496-0.580275706Little or no detectable change
AHS-6.3AHS-6.3. Persons unable to obtain or delaying needed dental care (percent)AHSEducational attainment53.2988050.518047Advanced degree6.359042250.5327712141.9276805540.3431118924.39260.6216Advanced degree6.052650.5541421841.3779196830.232241219-0.549760871-1.326896513Little or no detectable change
AHS-6.3AHS-6.3. Persons unable to obtain or delaying needed dental care (percent)AHSFamily income52.3682160.296595At or above 600% of the poverty threshold6.5937150.6019293882.7842540550.431501730000000032.76510.3941At or above 600% of the poverty threshold5.7441250.5380091232.0773660990.354289688-0.706887956-1.266111003Little or no detectable change
AHS-6.3AHS-6.3. Persons unable to obtain or delaying needed dental care (percent)AHSDisability status25.70731790.2568288People with neither basic nor complex activity limitations14.5112368380.990832022.542566770.2079190924.41580.242People with neither basic nor complex activity limitations11.6546817630.635251742.6393137740.204002240.0967470040.33213803Little or no detectable change
AHS-6.3AHS-6.3. Persons unable to obtain or delaying needed dental care (percent)AHSGeographic location24.9699490.531643Nonmetropolitan5.5618290.2378691.1190917650.1289241254.3570.5839Nonmetropolitan4.92460.2281.1302731240.1602571650.01118140.0543632Little or no detectable change
AHS-6.4AHS-6.4. Persons unable to obtain or delaying receipt of needed prescription medications (percent)AHSSex22.6658370.178537Male3.5764950.186981.3416030310.1139849513.14780.24578Male3.92160.212491.2458224790.11840189-0.095780552-0.582776954Little or no detectable change
AHS-6.4AHS-6.4. Persons unable to obtain or delaying receipt of needed prescription medications (percent)AHSRace and ethnicity41.6968390.202152Hispanic or Latino3.3880383330.6679047351.9966763690.459910771.9620.19925Hispanic or Latino3.85170.5825053141.9631498470.357621226-0.033527-0.057547Little or no detectable change
AHS-6.4AHS-6.4. Persons unable to obtain or delaying receipt of needed prescription medications (percent)AHSEducational attainment52.677640.450107Advanced degree3.76910150.3801665781.4076207030.2759461323.8120.378794-year college degree4.734150.5295462981.2419071350.185813022-0.165713568-0.498124295Little or no detectable change
AHS-6.4AHS-6.4. Persons unable to obtain or delaying receipt of needed prescription medications (percent)AHSFamily income51.9928160.247949At or above 600% of the poverty threshold3.720197250.3983519381.8668041860.3064427512.85550.32906At or above 600% of the poverty threshold3.8685250.3889919081.3547627390.207196946-0.512041447-1.384210628Little or no detectable change
AHS-6.4AHS-6.4. Persons unable to obtain or delaying receipt of needed prescription medications (percent)AHSDisability status22.85323590.1695235People with neither basic nor complex activity limitations12.237652720.8099290264.289043440.3814673642.76410.17887People with neither basic nor complex activity limitations11.9451466260.7320986944.3215320090.3851716290.03248860.0599307Little or no detectable change
AHS-6.4AHS-6.4. Persons unable to obtain or delaying receipt of needed prescription medications (percent)AHSGeographic location23.1227370.1667596Metropolitan3.1998480.42426451.0246934020.1464687193.39880.18129Metropolitan4.43920.568161.3061080380.181101060.2814146361.20821463Little or no detectable change
AHS-9.1AHS-9.1. Overall emergency department wait time exceeds recommended time frameAHSSex223.2191.094Male25.8191.2351.111977260.07465971119.2099853111.703958608Male19.2103502231.7897141571.0000189960.128639668-0.111958264-0.752734187Little or no detectable change
AHS-9.1AHS-9.1. Overall emergency department wait time exceeds recommended time frameAHSRace and ethnicity322.9541.157White only, not Hispanic or Latino27.05552.8852731241.1786834540.13903148518.7195899012.479037588Hispanic or Latino19.4982194453.3369236591.041594370.225395363-0.137089084-0.517657146Little or no detectable change
AHS-9.1AHS-9.1. Overall emergency department wait time exceeds recommended time frameAHSGeographic location214.7432.137Nonmetropolitan26.5151.2511.7984806350.2741522657.5320618331.763784943Nonmetropolitan22.6367009741.9600362353.0053790680.7503400811.2068984331.510784892Little or no detectable change
AHS-9.2AHS-9.2. Level-1 (immediate) emergency department wait time exceeds recommended time frameAHSSex282.2393.68Female84.9852.6661.0333904840.056473173.1704645549.484204439Male85.0706068636.5967598441.1626358720.1756079110.1292453880.700649805Little or no detectable change
AHS-9.2AHS-9.2. Level-1 (immediate) emergency department wait time exceeds recommended time frameAHSRace and ethnicity380.9538.442Hispanic or Latino85.2074.6626552521.052549010.12395672379.8049120737.456170832White only, not Hispanic or Latino96.5626850885.358634851.209984230.1314865260.157435220.871232088Little or no detectable change
AHS-9.2AHS-9.2. Level-1 (immediate) emergency department wait time exceeds recommended time frameAHSGeographic location283.0336.184Nonmetropolitan83.5652.9541.0064070910.08296811480.5126450194.600425832Metropolitan94.5819172212.2740767981.1747461180.0728245290.1683390271.524875093Little or no detectable change
AHS-9.3AHS-9.3. Level-2 (emergent) emergency department wait time exceeds recommended time frameAHSSex265.2422.033Male68.1511.9411.0445878420.04409856.6516258224.39702153Female56.8982513553.8243984391.0043533710.103120822-0.040234-0.358742863Little or no detectable change
AHS-9.3AHS-9.3. Level-2 (emergent) emergency department wait time exceeds recommended time frameAHSRace and ethnicity364.642.938Hispanic or Latino68.7493.1967011121.063567450.06915591452.943914588.626041133Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino59.5929550727.2896405351.1255864920.2293232420.0620190.258926337Little or no detectable change
AHS-9.3AHS-9.3. Level-2 (emergent) emergency department wait time exceeds recommended time frameAHSGeographic location257.7495.227Nonmetropolitan67.7341.7421.1729034270.11036467326.0063937367.794668279Nonmetropolitan62.4533830213.3572291032.4014626420.7312542341.2285592161.661257387Little or no detectable change
AHS-9.4AHS-9.4. Level-3 (urgent) emergency department wait time exceeds recommended time frameAHSSex225.7511.402Male28.9571.4741.1245000190.08381353719.8457874912.252254259Male20.9294089452.2635940351.0546020890.165329551-0.06989793-0.377091534Little or no detectable change
AHS-9.4AHS-9.4. Level-3 (urgent) emergency department wait time exceeds recommended time frameAHSRace and ethnicity324.9921.386White only, not Hispanic or Latino31.7793.4174426111.2715669010.15385398519.137726382.401486408White only, not Hispanic or Latino22.4520375914.769859441.1731820770.289469225-0.098384824-0.300121882Little or no detectable change
AHS-9.4AHS-9.4. Level-3 (urgent) emergency department wait time exceeds recommended time frameAHSGeographic location218.0323.713Nonmetropolitan29.271.4681.6232253770.3440128598.3546386792.127417467Nonmetropolitan24.0726361082.5121644332.8813497550.7929293591.2581243781.455591446Little or no detectable change
AHS-9.5AHS-9.5. Level-4 (semiurgent) emergency department wait time exceeds recommended time frameAHSSex28.970.965Male11.0531.2421.2322185060.1916887296.0680784370.914783688Female6.6521634270.9829536741.0962553460.231413635-0.13596316-0.452464985Little or no detectable change
AHS-9.5AHS-9.5. Level-4 (semiurgent) emergency department wait time exceeds recommended time frameAHSRace and ethnicity38.9080.978White only, not Hispanic or Latino11.7432.7069547471.3182532560.3365845495.5287440150.858244676White only, not Hispanic or Latino7.5821919062.7332184351.3714130890.5382551240.05315980.083738836Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-1AOCBC-1. Mean level of joint pain among adults with arthritis (age adjusted, mean, ages 18 and over)AOCBCSex25.4669926650.101534952Male5.7122073880.0823912991.0448536770.02457025.3078417350.093132194Male5.9986620980.0861764951.1301508970.02562850.085297222.402487396Increase
AOCBC-1AOCBC-1. Mean level of joint pain among adults with arthritis (age adjusted, mean, ages 18 and over)AOCBCRace and ethnicity65.0087662240.348404871American Indian or Alaska Native only5.9906077220.3683062171.196024620.1110328524.9687440260.274669617Asian only6.0781437850.3325459971.2232756920.0951422220.02725110.186370131Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-1AOCBC-1. Mean level of joint pain among adults with arthritis (age adjusted, mean, ages 18 and over)AOCBCEducational attainment63.8363934760.175110162Advanced degree5.7112727490.1518915241.4887088060.0786443334.779026080.141999503Advanced degree5.8167150050.1724320761.2171339740.0510855-0.271574831-2.895875977Decrease
AOCBC-1AOCBC-1. Mean level of joint pain among adults with arthritis (age adjusted, mean, ages 18 and over)AOCBCFamily income54.475197790.181587925At or above 600% of the poverty threshold5.8754511210.1550029751.3128919430.0635422734.5566039830.160980141At or above 600% of the poverty threshold5.9344425980.1627193361.3023827880.0582438-0.010509-0.121919873Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-1AOCBC-1. Mean level of joint pain among adults with arthritis (age adjusted, mean, ages 18 and over)AOCBCGeographic location25.5193984840.072516632Metropolitan5.9946682370.1236547371.0861089760.02656225.6775899830.074406633Metropolitan5.8559616720.1404455341.0314167960.028189-0.054692-1.412064358Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-2AOCBC-2. Adults with activity limitations due to arthritis (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCSex237.5593923032.107116199Male40.6381950831.4624010431.0819715810.07211438.4645998191.724418919Male42.9679837631.5735180051.1170786640.0646645170.03510710.362450475Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-2AOCBC-2. Adults with activity limitations due to arthritis (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCRace and ethnicity538.5898900077.326626645Asian only41.3080132424.8237473111.0704361490.23859623838.5384059047.481799971Asian only46.25746934.6831111581.2002953470.2628055750.1298591990.365844201Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-2AOCBC-2. Adults with activity limitations due to arthritis (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCEducational attainment631.6644939563.826384893Advanced degree41.1513377773.0849815131.2996050980.1848122533.6046083052.2930909484-year college degree43.9422316563.1206026171.307625170.1287836070.00802010.0356041Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-2AOCBC-2. Adults with activity limitations due to arthritis (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCFamily income529.2521452513.098354309At or above 600% of the poverty threshold44.257616853.2023737451.5129699540.19407593129.3202666192.541756277At or above 600% of the poverty threshold45.5629135283.1869938491.553973370.1730965150.04100340.157672947Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-2AOCBC-2. Adults with activity limitations due to arthritis (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCGeographic location239.1205856251.335075518Metropolitan40.4498539783.0565627841.0339787440.08573062140.7073387011.265284731Metropolitan43.0338233492.7595041481.057151480.0753328340.02317270.203044952Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-3.1AOCBC-3.1. Adults with arthritis who have difficulty walking a quarter mile (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCSex211.8648194921.008731419Male17.3081192070.94853121.4587764460.14755659512.5236056150.975267581Male18.6169198971.2023834731.4865463250.1503963470.02776990.131801873Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-3.1AOCBC-3.1. Adults with arthritis who have difficulty walking a quarter mile (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCRace and ethnicity412.9534651611.550097887Hispanic or Latino18.3345986453.5215491361.4154203850.32030894914.2446171250.848144238White only, not Hispanic or Latino20.2215660833.8003019011.4195935140.2798581350.004173130.0098112Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-3.1AOCBC-3.1. Adults with arthritis who have difficulty walking a quarter mile (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCEducational attainment65.5260360811.143875398Advanced degree16.7732969372.0026056173.0353216470.7253244624.2399818070.766557593Advanced degree19.1718945172.3038247734.5216926360.9815931381.486370991.217837594Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-3.1AOCBC-3.1. Adults with arthritis who have difficulty walking a quarter mile (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCFamily income54.2743740950.611069774At or above 600% of the poverty threshold19.5123345352.1469645344.5649571380.8235259374.7488268720.634829325At or above 600% of the poverty threshold19.7742838332.2376189394.1640355330.729305921-0.400921605-0.364461823Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-3.1AOCBC-3.1. Adults with arthritis who have difficulty walking a quarter mile (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCGeographic location214.9582292570.806233328Metropolitan15.823825591.7050203781.0578675670.12745089914.9871778990.87065998Metropolitan21.4675357682.4650152031.4323934710.1843268990.3745259041.671255745Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-3.2AOCBC-3.2. Adults with arthritis who have difficulty climbing 10 steps without resting (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCSex28.4116948150.844337596Male12.4207477230.8474836931.4766046550.1792173378.098986490.710953287Male13.8785604891.1188975631.7136169450.2042407960.237012290.872258375Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-3.2AOCBC-3.2. Adults with arthritis who have difficulty climbing 10 steps without resting (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCRace and ethnicity39.6729413140.698434042White only, not Hispanic or Latino15.5140734272.7597664761.6038630780.3079152678.9197337010.649509664White only, not Hispanic or Latino19.3404918334.2100709012.1682813050.4977027760.5644182280.964402103Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-3.2AOCBC-3.2. Adults with arthritis who have difficulty climbing 10 steps without resting (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCEducational attainment62.967845360.760654788Advanced degree11.7851485861.6134601463.9709442911.1538467883.2411499060.740376642Advanced degree14.0779841652.1173601684.3435152871.1879431180.3725709960.224972836Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-3.2AOCBC-3.2. Adults with arthritis who have difficulty climbing 10 steps without resting (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCFamily income52.3440228880.451642947At or above 600% of the poverty threshold14.2755946161.8282959996.0902112711.4090295822.7593790210.374951492At or above 600% of the poverty threshold14.5494253332.0486646415.2727172381.03176654-0.817494033-0.468102892Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-3.2AOCBC-3.2. Adults with arthritis who have difficulty climbing 10 steps without resting (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCGeographic location210.303290250.64728786Metropolitan12.8491739511.6685346211.2470942430.17989828810.8878422590.796283525Metropolitan14.3136941642.1327109891.3146492960.2182045820.0675550540.238878071Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-3.3AOCBC-3.3. Adults with arthritis who have difficulty stooping, bending, or kneeling (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCSex219.116918991.639808081Male23.5025371481.237059771.2294103020.12372717318.2238465581.281540206Male24.5409170071.2221745921.3466376010.1160407530.1172272990.691082065Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-3.3AOCBC-3.3. Adults with arthritis who have difficulty stooping, bending, or kneeling (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCRace and ethnicity513.0922888493.822092858Asian only23.4540644463.9859675941.7914411080.60514687713.3962758872.587102286Asian only26.1929737393.8248977891.9552429320.4733941180.1638018230.213196759Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-3.3AOCBC-3.3. Adults with arthritis who have difficulty stooping, bending, or kneeling (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCEducational attainment69.6937073031.452260322Advanced degree23.8459434652.5126775292.4599405280.4505625697.4834971881.027094973Advanced degree25.4777579972.4568394643.4045256330.5710669580.9445851041.298560898Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-3.3AOCBC-3.3. Adults with arthritis who have difficulty stooping, bending, or kneeling (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCFamily income58.9740849262.149310403At or above 600% of the poverty threshold26.5820058242.7615031282.9620853870.7732886848.4341709951.059933353At or above 600% of the poverty threshold26.2178884342.4495033643.1085317630.4867825970.1464463760.160270244Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-3.3AOCBC-3.3. Adults with arthritis who have difficulty stooping, bending, or kneeling (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCGeographic location220.7094253341.073862846Metropolitan25.6963034682.7644860251.2408023430.14818591221.0145401660.925993783Metropolitan26.341608612.3749255051.2534944090.125789070.01269210.065296534Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-3.4AOCBC-3.4. Adults with arthritis who have difficulty grasping or handling small objects (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCSex24.2584608650.815422213Male4.4461692160.5889632161.0440789190.2430994694.073013460.691997907Male4.1953862260.4103577291.0300447730.201932238-0.014034-0.044408Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-3.4AOCBC-3.4. Adults with arthritis who have difficulty grasping or handling small objects (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCRace and ethnicity34.2554370480.596230535White only, not Hispanic or Latino5.0616667741.5023358111.1894587370.3903980753.2079008160.313863024White only, not Hispanic or Latino7.1830864462.2936881852.2391859530.7478234741.0497272171.244351416Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-3.4AOCBC-3.4. Adults with arthritis who have difficulty grasping or handling small objects (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCEducational attainment61.7822896620.414382841Advanced degree4.798716270.8662796442.6924446520.7925351891.8696170610.542241086Advanced degree5.3456412611.2074721482.8592172011.0510796660.1667725490.126689394Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-3.4AOCBC-3.4. Adults with arthritis who have difficulty grasping or handling small objects (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCFamily income41.4233309970.385285445At or above 600% of the poverty threshold6.2884167161.606672934.4180986211.644538411.6848649150.447199222At or above 600% of the poverty threshold6.2247126731.237584523.6944876821.225195372-0.723610939-0.352850397Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-3.4AOCBC-3.4. Adults with arthritis who have difficulty grasping or handling small objects (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCGeographic location23.6531927870.775147657Nonmetropolitan4.5532397820.5673817311.2463727070.3066929883.6829723480.32228329Metropolitan6.4506889871.4994146041.7514899320.4350148590.5051172250.94900834Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-4AOCBC-4. Personal care limitations in adults with arthritis (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCSex21.4934438150.260811176Male3.4357435590.4642487862.3005509320.5079818463.0255625250.665449747Male4.1286238320.7114823091.3645805690.381282564-0.935970363-1.473609237Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-4AOCBC-4. Personal care limitations in adults with arthritis (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCRace and ethnicity32.2062016570.321915773White only, not Hispanic or Latino4.6550850181.6474285952.1099997830.8077061612.0332167760.216597766White only, not Hispanic or Latino5.5492391442.3210431642.7292904571.1780066470.6192906740.433580751Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-4AOCBC-4. Personal care limitations in adults with arthritis (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCEducational attainment51.1184302790.32084904Advanced degree3.515572110.7568983143.1433091321.1274383830.7352561170.215960553Advanced degree3.4378456410.8860118894.6757117161.8270817391.5324025840.713761747Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-4AOCBC-4. Personal care limitations in adults with arthritis (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCGeographic location21.5727856950.275937716Nonmetropolitan2.9384719950.3674792891.8683231950.4025380823.6103877850.540815208Metropolitan3.9767273831.1798540571.1014682130.366083836-0.766854982-1.409378263Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-5AOCBC-5. Serious psychological distress in adults with arthritis (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCSex26.436671931.137994694Male7.8071617470.7914829571.212919010.2471959626.3584120790.96082839Male12.0395374811.0374079591.8934817890.3293752710.6805627791.652582171Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-5AOCBC-5. Serious psychological distress in adults with arthritis (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCRace and ethnicity37.0516069071.498075002Hispanic or Latino7.4630729972.0108240241.0583506850.3631371779.095198540.84849201White only, not Hispanic or Latino11.7114210473.4686033051.2876487520.3998378850.2292980670.424524922Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-5AOCBC-5. Serious psychological distress in adults with arthritis (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCDisability status23.0774018830.831091996People without disabilities17.9236398332.4583396985.8242766181.7641482933.0701516350.760718442People without disabilities19.2594469812.5353919446.2731256541.7601063350.4488490360.180114107Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-5AOCBC-5. Serious psychological distress in adults with arthritis (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCGeographic location26.6913495460.679952844Metropolitan9.6705179191.98062331.4452268340.3304272819.0976094780.782078485Metropolitan12.3484733311.9612261881.3573316550.245128581-0.087895179-0.213636172Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-6.1AOCBC-6.1. Unemployment rate among adults with arthritis (age-adjusted percent, ages 18-64)AOCBCSex227.7834847932.244844051Male38.2126036471.7794605511.3753711580.12826250427.7981714922.240595222Male38.6754386031.7810412641.3912943380.1291538940.01592320.08747944Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-6.1AOCBC-6.1. Unemployment rate among adults with arthritis (age-adjusted percent, ages 18-64)AOCBCRace and ethnicity532.7475437241.610400077White only, not Hispanic or Latino36.5294672457.1044704391.1154872420.22377438331.6270499811.619120883White only, not Hispanic or Latino37.8549854247.250666311.1969180.2373027820.0814307580.249656571Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-6.1AOCBC-6.1. Unemployment rate among adults with arthritis (age-adjusted percent, ages 18-64)AOCBCEducational attainment621.2978788964.27747869Advanced degree35.2959015253.3191229061.6572496110.36752070315.3428055192.277787196Advanced degree36.932240013.4750638152.4071373360.4230933090.7498877251.338062833Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-6.1AOCBC-6.1. Unemployment rate among adults with arthritis (age-adjusted percent, ages 18-64)AOCBCFamily income516.0234833292.769695777At or above 600% of the poverty threshold41.5564530233.492586352.5934718540.49846887914.9304738972.513748954At 400%-599% of the poverty threshold40.379858493.5057333942.7045262440.5123191620.1110543890.155363811Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-6.1AOCBC-6.1. Unemployment rate among adults with arthritis (age-adjusted percent, ages 18-64)AOCBCDisability status226.7865935771.988085227People without disabilities68.6913490383.3090961352.564392850.22690454519.5036576111.620372816People without disabilities63.2484047983.5213345443.2428996680.3243229180.6785068191.714193603Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-6.1AOCBC-6.1. Unemployment rate among adults with arthritis (age-adjusted percent, ages 18-64)AOCBCGeographic location232.0381953221.56250133Metropolitan41.9226859063.2699299791.3085220780.12037237832.0263520751.440858408Metropolitan44.3188541583.617942981.383824610.1289874110.0753025320.426814457Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-6.2AOCBC-6.2. Adults with arthritis limited in their ability to work for pay (age-adjusted percent, ages 18-64 )AOCBCSex230.9444228852.217831216Male34.7843449531.6378853241.1240909250.09639672129.1538736931.757740349Male35.8029606091.5964566191.2280687290.0920918840.1039778040.779933009Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-6.2AOCBC-6.2. Adults with arthritis limited in their ability to work for pay (age-adjusted percent, ages 18-64 )AOCBCRace and ethnicity427.2993967517.199239867Asian only39.1776258723.8652090081.4351095820.404076326.0509019335.937854696Asian only37.2124415423.3152221291.4284511780.349577405-0.0066584-0.012462Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-6.2AOCBC-6.2. Adults with arthritis limited in their ability to work for pay (age-adjusted percent, ages 18-64 )AOCBCEducational attainment617.8071312134.153217258Advanced degree36.6404562293.5567236922.057628250.51981315618.4858831452.4875957114-year college degree35.0005537623.7449256521.8933666020.325507915-0.164261647-0.267823833Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-6.2AOCBC-6.2. Adults with arthritis limited in their ability to work for pay (age-adjusted percent, ages 18-64 )AOCBCFamily income515.4840517792.544832234At or above 600% of the poverty threshold38.4795393693.4655419662.4851078980.4657351915.0148865582.558821977At or above 600% of the poverty threshold38.2749109233.0582540722.5491308760.4797990930.0640229780.095747083Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-6.2AOCBC-6.2. Adults with arthritis limited in their ability to work for pay (age-adjusted percent, ages 18-64 )AOCBCGeographic location230.8819935161.457447288Metropolitan42.9071548743.3614802781.3893907090.12707362631.8203097081.380452904Metropolitan38.8729885072.6356828261.2216407970.098334364-0.167749912-1.044014282Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-7.1AOCBC-7.1. Overweight and obese adults with arthritis counseled for weight reduction (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCSex247.0447106021.938346287Female34.4774898891.9984151961.3645050950.09703655749.0710260441.831970743Female40.9159826051.9723683731.1993119290.07312371-0.165193165-1.359572154Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-7.1AOCBC-7.1. Overweight and obese adults with arthritis counseled for weight reduction (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCRace and ethnicity452.9334207383.676456734Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino44.9897863989.4124826351.1765652820.25936342355.5073847358.883291216Asian only48.5094881183.3486064141.1442583070.199433733-0.032307-0.098745375Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-7.1AOCBC-7.1. Overweight and obese adults with arthritis counseled for weight reduction (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCEducational attainment645.0521859432.875894192Some college40.0082553774.6869452981.1260722450.15023199747.9318796442.548034636Some college44.2607191813.7209988541.0829439860.107717264-0.043128-0.233304181Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-7.1AOCBC-7.1. Overweight and obese adults with arthritis counseled for weight reduction (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCFamily income544.9217054743.225001802At 100%-199% of the poverty threshold40.164138513.8841106091.1184531060.13470779547.8082267692.669094259Below the poverty threshold (<100%)44.8892141853.8742013921.0650270370.109473154-0.053426-0.307786532Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-7.1AOCBC-7.1. Overweight and obese adults with arthritis counseled for weight reduction (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCGeographic location244.2189000493.53518459Nonmetropolitan40.6883095351.5134419311.086771620.09582788946.3362945491.520564783Metropolitan41.1221405962.4760327881.1267967540.0772683990.04002510.325145617Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-7.2AOCBC-7.2. Adults with arthritis counseled for physical activity or exercise (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCSex255.1825791311.466102893Female47.8493499672.0035023211.153256610.057188762.8955602131.533489085Female58.3306818071.8748646561.0782586160.0435003-0.074997994-1.043773113Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-7.2AOCBC-7.2. Adults with arthritis counseled for physical activity or exercise (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCRace and ethnicity562.3716467813.287940059Hispanic or Latino56.0036748166.6275091481.1137063230.14428151764.6435277672.74792494Hispanic or Latino61.8675980516.3382056431.0448688780.115893712-0.068837445-0.371966572Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-7.2AOCBC-7.2. Adults with arthritis counseled for physical activity or exercise (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCEducational attainment656.7408702233.127945494Associates degree52.6071840093.5275231331.0785764590.0936264764.5453184142.958539299Associates degree60.7747431663.3445682151.0620418130.076064289-0.016535-0.137068653Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-7.2AOCBC-7.2. Adults with arthritis counseled for physical activity or exercise (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCFamily income554.6226499322.269103843At 200%-399% of the poverty threshold50.9746180383.6347698321.0715656540.0884295863.9625873233.038607469At or above 600% of the poverty threshold60.6781668122.871904711.0541285390.070689212-0.017437-0.154023006Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-7.2AOCBC-7.2. Adults with arthritis counseled for physical activity or exercise (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCGeographic location252.9746367511.285563492Metropolitan49.1738558922.9086325611.0772927160.06887627861.8054634211.383521508Metropolitan57.5333569622.9931542711.0742544270.0608417-0.0030383-0.033061Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-8AOCBC-8. Adults with arthritis receiving arthritis education (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCSex211.1304463961.235982366Male10.2822059020.8241207441.0824959650.14824695711.7202181150.936079376Female10.8613675711.1035291521.0790738860.139454784-0.0034221-0.016814Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-8AOCBC-8. Adults with arthritis receiving arthritis education (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCRace and ethnicity316.3089966332.57724859Hispanic or Latino9.4483823411.7211400591.7261152270.41626018912.4010251011.674664128Hispanic or Latino11.2056151391.6807694271.1066795480.223358801-0.619435679-1.311252675Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-8AOCBC-8. Adults with arthritis receiving arthritis education (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCEducational attainment615.7769316232.404060258Associates degree11.0868226892.312623551.423034540.367599815.2746148212.277996239Advanced degree11.4066233531.7436366421.3391004810.285979612-0.083934059-0.180216471Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-8AOCBC-8. Adults with arthritis receiving arthritis education (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCFamily income512.8116667652.100550036At or above 600% of the poverty threshold10.0702527711.8824843061.2722289160.3163384712.5619761282.056335048At or above 600% of the poverty threshold11.1675841151.7177619991.1248606680.252670151-0.147368248-0.363997362Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-8AOCBC-8. Adults with arthritis receiving arthritis education (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCGeographic location211.293500112.311736286Nonmetropolitan10.4705136190.7483612611.0786003940.23385724311.97455660.828603173Metropolitan8.5390299341.1391721051.4023321960.2107506510.3237318031.028341776Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-9AOCBC-9. Adults with chronic joint symptoms seeing a health care provider for their symptoms (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCSex273.4558572071.111284029Female70.231971111.2728482781.0459033980.024691676.9958187581.031048001Female71.022821291.1278078311.0840996930.02251890.03819631.142977134Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-9AOCBC-9. Adults with chronic joint symptoms seeing a health care provider for their symptoms (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCRace and ethnicity680.4200772944.271289418Two or more races70.1912840215.1571510171.1457273990.10387118685.8062200483.123908236Two or more races71.6326594334.03017541.1978645040.0802731530.05213710.397160853Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-9AOCBC-9. Adults with chronic joint symptoms seeing a health care provider for their symptoms (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCEducational attainment676.1730228431.674789263Some college71.7637098962.5697281671.0614420990.044601377.868806941.776723697Associates degree73.1395803982.3178413091.0646602910.04157510.003218190.0527802Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-9AOCBC-9. Adults with chronic joint symptoms seeing a health care provider for their symptoms (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCFamily income576.1938643391.947460384At or above 600% of the poverty threshold71.2137994552.2365971881.0699311780.043324576.0002266161.79943852At or above 600% of the poverty threshold73.2962211752.108415341.0368914710.038631-0.03304-0.569196343Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-9AOCBC-9. Adults with chronic joint symptoms seeing a health care provider for their symptoms (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCDisability status281.9391237232.006260727People with disabilities64.8375844911.300288591.263759660.039997377.6561914712.170715237People with disabilities68.3916191851.2532861391.1354635610.0379519-0.128296099-2.326842772Decrease
AOCBC-9AOCBC-9. Adults with chronic joint symptoms seeing a health care provider for their symptoms (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)AOCBCGeographic location272.0949140170.931980781Metropolitan71.5624139522.0534160451.0074410580.031705874.0779045370.853751852Metropolitan73.4546682771.6441510011.0084846380.02538970.001043580.025692Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-10AOCBC-10. Adults with osteoporosis (age-adjusted percent, ages 50 and over)AOCBCSex22.0410.248Male8.9420.5494.3811856930.5964510842.9725071550.429732084Male11.0444586271.1879825443.7155364310.669519769-0.665649262-0.74236Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-10AOCBC-10. Adults with osteoporosis (age-adjusted percent, ages 50 and over)AOCBCEducational attainment440.68College graduate or above6.4236666671.0547478371.6059166670.3795563176.265591951.492689882College graduate or above7.8085280181.5506647851.2462554350.386525752-0.359661232-0.663919397Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-10AOCBC-10. Adults with osteoporosis (age-adjusted percent, ages 50 and over)AOCBCFamily income43.1420.866Above 500% of the poverty threshold7.2871.1980907732.3192234250.7443188363.2524920010.882460394Above 500% of the poverty threshold9.2430222361.6896843832.8418278150.9297242660.522604390.438807497Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-10AOCBC-10. Adults with osteoporosis (age-adjusted percent, ages 50 and over)AOCBCDisability status24.8920.437People without activity limitations8.2460.8521.6856091580.2302283486.0949466610.766077368People without activity limitations10.7345921131.2504155611.7612282290.301817190.0756190710.199205486Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-12AOCBC-12. Adults with activity limitations due to chronic back conditions (age adjusted per 1,000 population, ages 18 and over)AOCBCSex228.7526909051.275334554Male32.182934351.3174210461.1193016490.06755891932.7754639941.262992144Male34.207760581.2053065411.0437002690.0544969-0.07560138-0.870990369Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-12AOCBC-12. Adults with activity limitations due to chronic back conditions (age adjusted per 1,000 population, ages 18 and over)AOCBCRace and ethnicity610.6482731361.766846745Asian only44.2875823698.8228790594.1591328291.07832987917.2994819052.434563201Asian only51.8155012128.260526152.9952053760.636933039-1.163927452-0.929365516Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-12AOCBC-12. Adults with activity limitations due to chronic back conditions (age adjusted per 1,000 population, ages 18 and over)AOCBCEducational attainment616.2208331712.127856645Advanced degree37.5684299433.0428335992.3160604360.35706723817.6824321941.690811527Advanced degree43.2708940272.9469087282.4471121140.287277710.1310516780.28596085Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-12AOCBC-12. Adults with activity limitations due to chronic back conditions (age adjusted per 1,000 population, ages 18 and over)AOCBCFamily income513.2747197021.413620208At or above 600% of the poverty threshold42.442107133.4276337583.1972130550.42730674612.4407016471.074364413At or above 600% of the poverty threshold47.6175672123.2479867053.8275628310.4212133270.6303497761.050565856Little or no detectable change
AOCBC-12AOCBC-12. Adults with activity limitations due to chronic back conditions (age adjusted per 1,000 population, ages 18 and over)AOCBCGeographic location227.4427425041.094074254Metropolitan46.3160236023.1132257381.6877330530.13189770731.9494676641.021220311Metropolitan43.6910408013.1316442431.36750450.10732314-0.320228554-1.883200193Little or no detectable change
BDBS-15BDBS-15. Persons with von Willebrand disease diagnosed by age 21 (percent)BDBSSex282.256745707Male62.2098646031.32224601781.655480984Male63.2081568181.291850373-0.030396Little or no detectable change
BDBS-15BDBS-15. Persons with von Willebrand disease diagnosed by age 21 (percent)BDBSRace and ethnicity792.307692308Two or more races79.8731915371.15567802688.659793814Two or more races77.9506260681.137383986-0.018294Little or no detectable change
BDBS-16BDBS-16. Persons with severe hemophilia who experience more than four joint bleeds (percent)BDBSRace and ethnicity316.783216783Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino17.5267094021.04429976911.25Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino12.3784751681.1003089040.0560091Little or no detectable change
BDBS-17BDBS-17. Persons donating blood (age-adjusted percent, 18 and over)BDBSSex26.7040607810.339893666Male5.6213101240.2580139981.1926153570.0815630246.2214735070.27195504Male5.2080419680.2227760911.1945897410.0730606820.001974380.0180308Little or no detectable change
BDBS-17BDBS-17. Persons donating blood (age-adjusted percent, 18 and over)BDBSRace and ethnicity57.4029109430.293137513White only, not Hispanic or Latino4.1112721421.2190834141.8006375370.5386687127.1551202410.254734394White only, not Hispanic or Latino3.650142530.6761064811.960230370.3697343550.1595928330.244268155Little or no detectable change
BDBS-17BDBS-17. Persons donating blood (age-adjusted percent, 18 and over)BDBSEducational attainment67.9203271890.5817778024-year college degree5.3308747730.6395171071.4857462470.2089943757.5287180360.4262580344-year college degree4.7024212050.4684294991.6010301310.1834462630.1152838830.414563705Little or no detectable change
BDBS-17BDBS-17. Persons donating blood (age-adjusted percent, 18 and over)BDBSFamily income57.8599693710.556610216At or above 600% of the poverty threshold5.081701860.5271618691.5467198960.1942738186.6954146970.440973915At or above 600% of the poverty threshold4.8950374220.4365594571.3677964270.151644247-0.178923469-0.725998985Little or no detectable change
BDBS-17BDBS-17. Persons donating blood (age-adjusted percent, 18 and over)BDBSDisability status26.5163569910.293715322People without disabilities3.0486482520.5574547152.1374578020.4025399586.2393727170.276266188People without disabilities4.4662192820.6350630981.3970144150.208053165-0.740443387-1.634072917Little or no detectable change
BDBS-17BDBS-17. Persons donating blood (age-adjusted percent, 18 and over)BDBSGeographic location26.5858288810.599558748Nonmetropolitan6.0860225320.2352425811.0821236440.1070258726.353938410.517682835Nonmetropolitan5.612475760.1916489851.1321097290.1000113720.04998610.341245177Little or no detectable change
C-1C-1. Overall cancer deaths (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)CSex2152.26428330.295364767Female218.769372150.4108763761.4367740580.00387935131.373153960.251712497Female181.122891080.3293929451.3786902850.00364206-0.058084-10.915771908Decrease
C-1C-1. Overall cancer deaths (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)CRace and ethnicity5109.531125941.024392846Asian or Pacific Islander162.0626379521.6879324681.4796035060.020711794.3699076550.705339071Asian or Pacific Islander135.8171873311.1596401111.4392001720.0163313-0.040403-1.531829512Little or no detectable change
C-1C-1. Overall cancer deaths (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)CGeographic location2176.918222150.263321545Metropolitan190.462333960.5861837051.0765557760.00368041149.128326610.216655902Metropolitan170.05539780.5245035931.1403292830.003887780.06377350711.912432339Increase
C-2C-2. Lung cancer deaths (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)CSex240.0383228530.151867166Female64.9243867430.221746031.6215561020.008276730.6086674430.119930281Female44.3440376990.1614915451.4487412030.00774972-0.172814899-15.241419417Decrease
C-2C-2. Lung cancer deaths (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)CRace and ethnicity521.867272390.334397742Hispanic or Latino42.4899857250.8931474711.9430857660.05050915.5522622050.217917248Hispanic or Latino30.6235640250.5722440361.9690745710.04599020.02598880.380453817Little or no detectable change
C-2C-2. Lung cancer deaths (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)CGeographic location249.1034449750.138977544Metropolitan57.4358569480.319925431.1696909860.0073081834.9721524550.104264774Metropolitan45.0503681110.2652543721.2881783060.00850160.11848732110.568810217Increase
C-3C-3. Female breast cancer deaths (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)CRace and ethnicity511.031087140.403376045Asian or Pacific Islander20.7497624230.6983646061.8810260640.09348380411.4419408980.8008674American Indian or Alaska Native18.2298344620.31982561.593246690.114967482-0.287779374-1.942118389Little or no detectable change
C-3C-3. Female breast cancer deaths (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)CGeographic location222.7757283610.279746152Nonmetropolitan23.1156013460.1269537811.0149225960.013655419.8606621760.255790359Nonmetropolitan19.8927173740.1083597221.0016140040.0140064-0.013309-0.680349391Little or no detectable change
C-4C-4. Cervical cancer deaths (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)CRace and ethnicity52.0157517650.170426738Asian or Pacific Islander2.9368226580.2765518291.4569366670.1843799491.5328567430.270069265American Indian or Alaska Native2.4557565420.1221463211.6020783110.2932974720.1451416440.418954021Little or no detectable change
C-4C-4. Cervical cancer deaths (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)CGeographic location22.3323254220.041221Metropolitan2.8208028150.1056431311.2094379230.05008552.1455005610.0373997Metropolitan2.5773872860.1035713051.2012988170.05262-0.008139-0.112038105Little or no detectable change
C-5C-5. Colorectal cancer deaths (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)CSex214.640531610.090591038Female20.3750430610.1254970641.3916873790.012150411.7416183680.075253395Female16.2297049590.0986568371.3822374780.0122098-0.00945-0.548605157Little or no detectable change
C-5C-5. Colorectal cancer deaths (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)CRace and ethnicity511.2737390720.332589848Asian or Pacific Islander16.5093989180.5318660361.4644120120.0639697319.3081195680.220835643Asian or Pacific Islander13.5545236510.3839397961.456204290.0538051-0.008208-0.098191477Little or no detectable change
C-5C-5. Colorectal cancer deaths (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)CGeographic location216.7893500430.081050234Metropolitan18.7575356240.1837491081.1172282180.012201213.3352973140.065041771Metropolitan16.1529319420.1640622471.2112914740.01364790.0940632575.138207397Increase
C-6C-6. Oropharyngeal cancer deaths (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)CSex21.416499670.0283248Female3.847362620.0527782.7161055530.0658640311.3226627110.0251414Female3.9548551370.04759882.990070790.0672710250.2739652372.910005302Increase
C-6C-6. Oropharyngeal cancer deaths (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)CRace and ethnicity51.5544221910.085998504Hispanic or Latino2.4666441130.2175787051.5868559570.1652280761.5451907920.198948564American Indian or Alaska Native2.1687193390.0842974181.4035285150.188764354-0.183327441-0.730786777Little or no detectable change
C-6C-6. Oropharyngeal cancer deaths (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)CGeographic location22.4695239390.0308351Metropolitan2.7486056560.070279631.1130103310.03167082.445553150.0273428Metropolitan2.8885499710.0690676151.1811438120.03117710.0681334821.533103446Little or no detectable change
C-7C-7. Prostate cancer deaths (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)CRace and ethnicity511.1948355430.567039804Asian or Pacific Islander28.5729560291.1915431832.5523337010.1674582748.3723137320.342288604Asian or Pacific Islander20.3636785180.7008225222.4322641470.129980938-0.120069553-0.566407925Little or no detectable change
C-7C-7. Prostate cancer deaths (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)CGeographic location223.9354583060.158021203Metropolitan25.2653569190.3409764481.0555618610.015858818.6331710430.119613682Metropolitan19.2747679460.2650560971.034433050.0156986-0.021129-0.946854378Little or no detectable change
C-8C-8. Melanoma deaths (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)CSex21.7027188810.0316936Female3.9963753930.05478392.3470553120.05425621.2967496820.0255338Female3.0855216220.04333032.3794273210.05754720.0323720.409299933Little or no detectable change
C-8C-8. Melanoma deaths (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)CRace and ethnicity40.387655750.0597482Asian or Pacific Islander1.5200602910.05913083.9211601760.6233087560.2800305880.0377361Asian or Pacific Islander1.2068377010.04259334.3096638440.6003456850.3885036680.448926118Little or no detectable change
C-8C-8. Melanoma deaths (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)CGeographic location22.6459906760.0321631Metropolitan2.941300110.0741333091.1116063770.03110532.0008708280.0252201Metropolitan2.5029970490.066107681.2509538420.03660910.1393474652.900701725Increase
C-9C-9. New cases of invasive colorectal cancer (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)CSex240.9610449570.153960352Female54.7494032690.2017718991.3366212540.0070359933.1850242780.131273128Female42.4520357930.160152941.2792528170.00699279-0.057368-5.783171664Decrease
C-9C-9. New cases of invasive colorectal cancer (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)CRace and ethnicity535.2242241081.368366451American Indian or Alaska Native45.1412447270.4957698161.2815397890.051735728.9636725350.392417408Asian or Pacific Islander35.8695700040.6229384291.2384330740.0272784-0.043107-0.737034599Little or no detectable change
C-10C-10. New cases of invasive uterine cervical cancer (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)CRace and ethnicity56.7127818130.659801291American Indian or Alaska Native9.1897994350.2782633671.3690001690.1407997565.6452196920.529201512American Indian or Alaska Native7.9140636250.2194469351.4019053390.1370479060.03290520.167468373Little or no detectable change
C-11C-11. New cases of late-stage female breast cancer (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)CRace and ethnicity530.2479035430.636985392Asian or Pacific Islander41.5377705010.9796487211.373244610.043419426.4940716061.178168734American Indian or Alaska Native38.9468823030.4828127081.4700225350.0678632050.0967779251.20124601Little or no detectable change
C-13C-13. Relative 5-year cancer survival rate (percent)CSex265.6342791720.066387675Male64.7092836250.0651931051.0142946340.0014480368.04620.07545Female65.80380.077151.0340770590.001668690.01978248.953879988Increase
C-15C-15. Women receiving a Pap test within past 3 years (age-adjusted percent, ages 21-65)CRace and ethnicity686.10079734.256364905Two or more races81.3803783893.0099848511.0580043860.06532092785.5434457961.334434548Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino76.1853012793.8214296851.122833990.05898180.0648296030.736620399Little or no detectable change
C-15C-15. Women receiving a Pap test within past 3 years (age-adjusted percent, ages 21-65)CEducational attainment692.7269609190.925627135Advanced degree83.6182081761.551250511.1089326470.023361690.2595188950.950536727Advanced degree79.7930280041.6969165061.1311704940.0268440.02223780.62490422Little or no detectable change
C-15C-15. Women receiving a Pap test within past 3 years (age-adjusted percent, ages 21-65)CFamily income591.2132946651.021005476At or above 600% of the poverty threshold81.1297626161.6114729041.1242889380.025633687.6346675221.056112791At or above 600% of the poverty threshold76.8151929261.6863966611.1408507120.02857160.01656180.431463038Little or no detectable change
C-15C-15. Women receiving a Pap test within past 3 years (age-adjusted percent, ages 21-65)CDisability status283.4427387130.76039947People without disabilities73.1702444092.3480157821.140391690.038041981.4461652650.78808232People without disabilities73.0133378233.1949940171.1154970820.0499922-0.024895-0.396282103Little or no detectable change
C-15C-15. Women receiving a Pap test within past 3 years (age-adjusted percent, ages 21-65)CGeographic location284.9200118350.551491524Metropolitan82.280232671.6027367041.0320827870.021191881.2827537720.586164935Metropolitan75.0309757651.9704885081.0833226270.02950370.05123981.410564796Little or no detectable change
C-16C-16. Adults receiving colorectal cancer screening based on the most recent guidelines (age-adjusted percent, ages 50-75)CSex252.1885656121.046706454Male52.1422430360.9150418311.0008883890.026673665.6744198420.843438322Male64.7660404270.7982845691.0140255510.01805020.01313720.407898077Little or no detectable change
C-16C-16. Adults receiving colorectal cancer screening based on the most recent guidelines (age-adjusted percent, ages 50-75)CRace and ethnicity655.1147544670.82305403White only, not Hispanic or Latino39.7844283114.4388936931.3853348360.15594518467.5881242320.665529795White only, not Hispanic or Latino59.6131903713.9594501841.1337780080.076127496-0.251556828-1.449605246Little or no detectable change
C-16C-16. Adults receiving colorectal cancer screening based on the most recent guidelines (age-adjusted percent, ages 50-75)CEducational attainment667.4007950781.912346132Advanced degree50.6685912661.961444361.3302283210.06384505374.8098496251.410748651Advanced degree63.0698341161.6013589231.1861431170.0375144-0.144085204-1.945761437Little or no detectable change
C-16C-16. Adults receiving colorectal cancer screening based on the most recent guidelines (age-adjusted percent, ages 50-75)CFamily income563.8219200381.359716154At or above 600% of the poverty threshold45.6250608682.0904130091.3988347370.07068079874.3130873921.035800134At or above 600% of the poverty threshold59.7993573111.7123032831.2427071250.0395757-0.156127613-1.927352789Little or no detectable change
C-16C-16. Adults receiving colorectal cancer screening based on the most recent guidelines (age-adjusted percent, ages 50-75)CDisability status258.1246661031.090017517People without disabilities57.7236656121.744117261.0069468990.035808664.0326516851.588860347People with disabilities61.8269548011.0073386821.0356753280.03074330.02872840.608712965Little or no detectable change
C-16C-16. Adults receiving colorectal cancer screening based on the most recent guidelines (age-adjusted percent, ages 50-75)CGeographic location253.063962580.80594935Metropolitan48.4805875131.5991108351.0945404190.039746566.0173329450.634212819Metropolitan60.5698926951.3738400951.0899364360.0268478-0.004604-0.09598738Little or no detectable change
C-17C-17. Women receiving a mammogram within past 2 years (age-adjusted percent, ages 50-74)CRace and ethnicity577.0912956022.055184276Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino70.3614017015.185696061.0956475250.08587056474.0463811582.263534486Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino70.3693997654.2971015511.0522525620.071857345-0.043395-0.387559595Little or no detectable change
C-17C-17. Women receiving a mammogram within past 2 years (age-adjusted percent, ages 50-74)CEducational attainment685.6332723172.076622363Advanced degree73.3025270092.3985387031.1682171930.047578782.2043722621.670667556Advanced degree71.2508642312.1072590531.1537315810.0414016-0.014486-0.229674981Little or no detectable change
C-17C-17. Women receiving a mammogram within past 2 years (age-adjusted percent, ages 50-74)CFamily income584.4782981711.504854493At or above 600% of the poverty threshold68.2534219272.6015512621.2377152060.052074683.0337540011.280408487At or above 600% of the poverty threshold66.9030379242.2058246391.2411058840.04517420.003390680.0491843Little or no detectable change
C-17C-17. Women receiving a mammogram within past 2 years (age-adjusted percent, ages 50-74)CDisability status275.2441670261.266265994People without disabilities60.6388331312.4431197761.2408577660.054179772.1644111721.287208346People without disabilities65.8226207812.4828523591.0963466710.0457452-0.144511095-2.037983544Decrease
C-17C-17. Women receiving a mammogram within past 2 years (age-adjusted percent, ages 50-74)CGeographic location274.4126224340.993166967Metropolitan71.0169668871.7445944431.0478147080.029294273.7069449570.798472814Metropolitan67.4938378151.9815075711.0920544360.03417390.04423970.982860104Little or no detectable change
C-18.1C-18.1. Women counseled about mammograms (age-adjusted percent, ages 50-74)CRace and ethnicity573.5121543713.867107133Asian only67.5079380124.3615613351.0889408940.0907258167.7160309665.73017384Two or more races65.4994791432.7530356551.0338407550.097681771-0.0551-0.413307735Little or no detectable change
C-18.1C-18.1. Women counseled about mammograms (age-adjusted percent, ages 50-74)CEducational attainment677.3020396892.544551363Advanced degree69.828211282.4765292511.1070316460.053566774.024901462.044598589Advanced degree65.2243032432.2218569481.1349282060.04977280.02789660.38151074Little or no detectable change
C-18.1C-18.1. Women counseled about mammograms (age-adjusted percent, ages 50-74)CFamily income579.1257268021.608637351At or above 600% of the poverty threshold65.2847126142.6181485551.2120100350.054494872.5076798981.627923152At or above 600% of the poverty threshold63.8549013292.2842003711.1355068820.0479568-0.076503153-1.053884817Little or no detectable change
C-18.1C-18.1. Women counseled about mammograms (age-adjusted percent, ages 50-74)CDisability status262.6880407471.404432423People without disabilities59.2894847732.4829008461.0573213950.050216167.1619648842.263951082People with disabilities63.727299781.3650739021.0538962910.0420916-0.0034251-0.052273Little or no detectable change
C-18.1C-18.1. Women counseled about mammograms (age-adjusted percent, ages 50-74)CGeographic location270.2854197260.985188089Metropolitan67.6509812772.5037515581.0389416150.041116467.8723660820.89466725Metropolitan60.8448089962.1827235371.1154996980.0426330.0765580841.292567376Little or no detectable change
C-18.2C-18.2. Women counseled about Pap tests (age-adjusted percent, ages 21-65)CRace and ethnicity666.0906587785.218479378Two or more races57.4164135423.8846371591.1510760550.11969028654.3482063440.910952958White only, not Hispanic or Latino49.286226134.2780898461.1027057780.097484087-0.04837-0.313347666Little or no detectable change
C-18.2C-18.2. Women counseled about Pap tests (age-adjusted percent, ages 21-65)CEducational attainment668.1881962891.4863847424-year college degree59.3732626042.2057232391.1484663850.049468157.2278920481.693674738Advanced degree52.6306186411.9597445151.0873497890.0517193-0.061117-0.853965752Little or no detectable change
C-18.2C-18.2. Women counseled about Pap tests (age-adjusted percent, ages 21-65)CFamily income566.2764254031.753856337At or above 600% of the poverty threshold57.3437717462.0202727171.1557737380.050926156.4546597131.59465504At or above 600% of the poverty threshold51.9017924041.8673707361.0877208110.0497548-0.068052927-0.955839577Little or no detectable change
C-18.2C-18.2. Women counseled about Pap tests (age-adjusted percent, ages 21-65)CDisability status253.1492328561.021024405People without disabilities50.789054922.8172556041.0464702080.0614354.6979480813.523933604People with disabilities51.392345811.058133171.0643209070.0719857410.01785070.18862884Little or no detectable change
C-18.2C-18.2. Women counseled about Pap tests (age-adjusted percent, ages 21-65)CGeographic location260.6204164540.816703201Metropolitan58.1169086692.3140046371.0430770980.043844652.9186723820.756650026Metropolitan51.6333726361.8392964361.024892810.0393402-0.018184-0.308696255Little or no detectable change
C-19C-19. Men ever counseled about advantages and disadvantages of the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test (age-adjusted percent, ages 40 and over)CRace and ethnicity420.0682899581.521630535Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino13.6885828221.8880531251.4660604550.23075201127.4087006491.940061421Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino20.6578459762.1671120441.3267937360.167907594-0.139266718-0.488011352Little or no detectable change
C-19C-19. Men ever counseled about advantages and disadvantages of the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test (age-adjusted percent, ages 40 and over)CEducational attainment622.2822754341.813694064Advanced degree13.4261180381.3606338061.6596215950.21572282229.3692269361.557443538Advanced degree19.8402833341.6082986911.4802826370.143390809-0.179338958-0.692344503Little or no detectable change
C-19C-19. Men ever counseled about advantages and disadvantages of the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test (age-adjusted percent, ages 40 and over)CFamily income519.2493114791.351314951At or above 600% of the poverty threshold12.2671997861.3538730641.5691691510.2052472924.6654369361.150938938At or above 600% of the poverty threshold19.5903891481.7209533041.2590580390.125239298-0.310111113-1.289765757Little or no detectable change
C-19C-19. Men ever counseled about advantages and disadvantages of the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test (age-adjusted percent, ages 40 and over)CDisability status214.1805471220.845777598People without disabilities13.0123627891.3141366691.0897749590.12781815318.9432499742.132767634People with disabilities16.8976315310.9345116691.1210594770.1406223560.03128450.164627712Little or no detectable change
C-19C-19. Men ever counseled about advantages and disadvantages of the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test (age-adjusted percent, ages 40 and over)CGeographic location215.1328708550.589908915Metropolitan11.0617581970.9907590171.3680348630.13363177822.1055312710.669658385Metropolitan16.3835439271.3569044781.3492521140.118987335-0.018783-0.104973441Little or no detectable change
C-20.1C-20.1. Adolescents who report sunburn (percent, grades 9-12)CSex251.973673261.991437316Male59.757035272.7529320011.1497558580.06889394752.7564623321.629622724Male61.5899334321.5732422221.1674386550.04679450.01768280.212321163Little or no detectable change
C-20.1C-20.1. Adolescents who report sunburn (percent, grades 9-12)CRace and ethnicity714.9834627711.559827761Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino45.0774458044.2015339083.0084798480.4203810112.9652850841.411508344Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino46.0167279983.6750277833.5492260830.4792162470.5407462350.848268885Little or no detectable change
C-20.2C-20.2. Adults reporting sunburn in the past 12 months (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)CSex236.7565889880.509075818Female38.4542270970.547792151.0461859530.020785935.1909104980.561323483Female35.476790760.6133726971.0081236960.0237145-0.038062-1.206998209Little or no detectable change
C-20.2C-20.2. Adults reporting sunburn in the past 12 months (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)CRace and ethnicity610.5331259880.634242099Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino30.4355529812.3020041122.8895081110.2793489289.1632008590.589409112Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino28.399146352.0619497493.0992604860.3006306660.2097523750.511113075Little or no detectable change
C-20.2C-20.2. Adults reporting sunburn in the past 12 months (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)CEducational attainment622.8029642310.95677033Less than high school38.0016261351.1361931981.6665213240.08586078419.7278721970.923832971Less than high school35.9586924631.0960203111.8227354730.1018445630.1562141491.172707878Little or no detectable change
C-20.2C-20.2. Adults reporting sunburn in the past 12 months (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)CFamily income525.8874978630.813471937Below the poverty threshold (<100%)39.6294546951.0710714141.5308337220.06344920924.8151186530.863776432Below the poverty threshold (<100%)36.7999327621.0551261521.4829642070.066876772-0.04787-0.519269565Little or no detectable change
C-20.2C-20.2. Adults reporting sunburn in the past 12 months (age-adjusted percent, ages 18 and over)CDisability status232.7551287481.666136876People with disabilities38.6480432910.5804205861.1799081480.06257895831.506461921.597616584People with disabilities35.6372469740.6212182421.1311091380.0606503-0.048799-0.55996267Little or no detectable change

Population Group Estimates used in the Healthy People 2020 Overview of Health Disparities

(Table source)
hp2020_objectiveobjective_descriptiontopic_areapopulation_groupbaseline_year_sfinal_year_sbaseline_valuestandard_error_of_baselinefinal_valuestandard_error_of_final_value
AH-1AH-1. Adolescents receiving a wellness checkup in the past 12 months (percent, ages 10-17)AHFemale2008201868.7351633381.32600023581.1245456721.227282498
AH-1AH-1. Adolescents receiving a wellness checkup in the past 12 months (percent, ages 10-17)AHMale2008201868.6580703871.3581411183.9122503820.971210616
AH-1AH-1. Adolescents receiving a wellness checkup in the past 12 months (percent, ages 10-17)AHAmerican Indian or Alaska Native only2008201864.2184461287.90705452965.5508136787.945196297
AH-1AH-1. Adolescents receiving a wellness checkup in the past 12 months (percent, ages 10-17)AHAsian only2008201865.3904818963.92689882879.8150960593.098079948
AH-1AH-1. Adolescents receiving a wellness checkup in the past 12 months (percent, ages 10-17)AHTwo or more races2008201867.5476770245.09092949581.4535156464.796898783
AH-1AH-1. Adolescents receiving a wellness checkup in the past 12 months (percent, ages 10-17)AHHispanic or Latino2008201861.9543844351.88967018980.1173758951.706918472
AH-1AH-1. Adolescents receiving a wellness checkup in the past 12 months (percent, ages 10-17)AHBlack or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino2008201875.2633517181.98183244286.5066426941.717996731
AH-1AH-1. Adolescents receiving a wellness checkup in the past 12 months (percent, ages 10-17)AHWhite only, not Hispanic or Latino2008201869.5943167311.30510748283.0689064491.020986178
AH-1AH-1. Adolescents receiving a wellness checkup in the past 12 months (percent, ages 10-17)AHBelow the poverty threshold (<100%)2008201866.5496663412.40480578976.8786633452.581350682
AH-1AH-1. Adolescents receiving a wellness checkup in the past 12 months (percent, ages 10-17)AHAt 100%-199% of the poverty threshold2008201858.0164563172.35404056781.6759986571.697919308
AH-1AH-1. Adolescents receiving a wellness checkup in the past 12 months (percent, ages 10-17)AHAt 200%-399% of the poverty threshold2008201868.522591051.66374213281.7517585621.41733347
AH-1AH-1. Adolescents receiving a wellness checkup in the past 12 months (percent, ages 10-17)AHAt 400%-599% of the poverty threshold2008201874.3895243982.10860357486.9699611821.51176182
AH-1AH-1. Adolescents receiving a wellness checkup in the past 12 months (percent, ages 10-17)AHAt or above 600% of the poverty threshold2008201881.3549442682.05386513286.4365715661.720363156
AH-1AH-1. Adolescents receiving a wellness checkup in the past 12 months (percent, ages 10-17)AHMetropolitan2008201870.709955841.02104895183.4221741070.832360614
AH-1AH-1. Adolescents receiving a wellness checkup in the past 12 months (percent, ages 10-17)AHNonmetropolitan2008201858.1672885422.81353733876.4678943262.379276415
AH-2AH-2. Adolescents participating in extracurricular or out-of-school activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHFemale20072011-201281.8270.85583.78720.73873
AH-2AH-2. Adolescents participating in extracurricular or out-of-school activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHMale20072011-201283.0180.86181.687630.69245
AH-2AH-2. Adolescents participating in extracurricular or out-of-school activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHAmerican Indian or Alaska Native only20072011-201260.8566.88383.791823.33763
AH-2AH-2. Adolescents participating in extracurricular or out-of-school activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHAsian only20072011-201290.2922.06190.580931.76074
AH-2AH-2. Adolescents participating in extracurricular or out-of-school activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHNative Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only20072011-201283.6127.66381.024097.78019
AH-2AH-2. Adolescents participating in extracurricular or out-of-school activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHTwo or more races20072011-201283.4462.63184.742331.72262
AH-2AH-2. Adolescents participating in extracurricular or out-of-school activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHHispanic or Latino20072011-201267.8822.27472.957561.72163
AH-2AH-2. Adolescents participating in extracurricular or out-of-school activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHBlack or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino20072011-201280.1261.24979.178171.31876
AH-2AH-2. Adolescents participating in extracurricular or out-of-school activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHWhite only, not Hispanic or Latino20072011-201287.2260.59286.610240.49048
AH-2AH-2. Adolescents participating in extracurricular or out-of-school activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHBelow the poverty threshold (<100%)20072011-201264.6771.94863.913891.58033
AH-2AH-2. Adolescents participating in extracurricular or out-of-school activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHAt 100%-199% of the poverty threshold20072011-201275.5011.60176.5161.34757
AH-2AH-2. Adolescents participating in extracurricular or out-of-school activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHAt 200%-399% of the poverty threshold20072011-201285.2121.0888.382340.71292
AH-2AH-2. Adolescents participating in extracurricular or out-of-school activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHAbove 400% of the poverty threshold20072011-201293.290.59193.220780.51919
AH-2AH-2. Adolescents participating in extracurricular or out-of-school activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHMetropolitan20072011-201282.3770.7583.481960.56025
AH-2AH-2. Adolescents participating in extracurricular or out-of-school activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHNonmetropolitan20072011-201282.6830.83679.857641.11555
AH-3.1AH-3.1. Adolescents having an adult in their lives with whom they can discuss serious problems (percent, ages 12-17)AHFemale2008201873.95950.552477.03959570.63205408
AH-3.1AH-3.1. Adolescents having an adult in their lives with whom they can discuss serious problems (percent, ages 12-17)AHMale2008201877.19140.523980.82468840.5494938
AH-3.1AH-3.1. Adolescents having an adult in their lives with whom they can discuss serious problems (percent, ages 12-17)AHAmerican Indian or Alaska Native only2008201867.74962.535275.68339852.27358087
AH-3.1AH-3.1. Adolescents having an adult in their lives with whom they can discuss serious problems (percent, ages 12-17)AHAsian only2008201870.32542.806176.42334322.05302563
AH-3.1AH-3.1. Adolescents having an adult in their lives with whom they can discuss serious problems (percent, ages 12-17)AHTwo or more races2008201873.90322.364274.6866781.91337627
AH-3.1AH-3.1. Adolescents having an adult in their lives with whom they can discuss serious problems (percent, ages 12-17)AHHispanic or Latino2008201873.51750.964777.96973460.86143068
AH-3.1AH-3.1. Adolescents having an adult in their lives with whom they can discuss serious problems (percent, ages 12-17)AHBlack or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino2008201876.72651.030179.34063111.0402481
AH-3.1AH-3.1. Adolescents having an adult in their lives with whom they can discuss serious problems (percent, ages 12-17)AHWhite only, not Hispanic or Latino2008201876.59720.469479.96190970.56959055
AH-3.1AH-3.1. Adolescents having an adult in their lives with whom they can discuss serious problems (percent, ages 12-17)AHBelow the poverty threshold (<100%)2008201876.10430.907678.30660790.90498338
AH-3.1AH-3.1. Adolescents having an adult in their lives with whom they can discuss serious problems (percent, ages 12-17)AHAt 100%-199% of the poverty threshold2008201873.15360.834775.86922330.8929579
AH-3.1AH-3.1. Adolescents having an adult in their lives with whom they can discuss serious problems (percent, ages 12-17)AHAt 200%-399% of the poverty threshold2008201875.14930.720378.88894080.80217009
AH-3.1AH-3.1. Adolescents having an adult in their lives with whom they can discuss serious problems (percent, ages 12-17)AHAt 400%-599% of the poverty threshold2008201878.120.765481.51851421.03502796
AH-3.1AH-3.1. Adolescents having an adult in their lives with whom they can discuss serious problems (percent, ages 12-17)AHAt or above 600% of the poverty threshold2008201874.67231.845481.43028891.02588056
AH-3.1AH-3.1. Adolescents having an adult in their lives with whom they can discuss serious problems (percent, ages 12-17)AHMetropolitan2015201879.22698730.4440413779.00772190.45463323
AH-3.1AH-3.1. Adolescents having an adult in their lives with whom they can discuss serious problems (percent, ages 12-17)AHNonmetropolitan2015201878.82294880.932765578.67420390.99492334
AH-3.2AH-3.2. Adolescents whose parents attend their events and activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHFemale20072011-201281.4590.83183.70670.74963
AH-3.2AH-3.2. Adolescents whose parents attend their events and activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHMale20072011-201282.8040.83481.477040.81249
AH-3.2AH-3.2. Adolescents whose parents attend their events and activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHAmerican Indian or Alaska Native only20072011-201278.7263.50383.523573.5068
AH-3.2AH-3.2. Adolescents whose parents attend their events and activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHAsian only20072011-201270.8084.01266.394344.6596
AH-3.2AH-3.2. Adolescents whose parents attend their events and activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHNative Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only20072011-201283.0935.15766.354412.63641
AH-3.2AH-3.2. Adolescents whose parents attend their events and activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHTwo or more races20072011-201283.6762.49486.0461.6523
AH-3.2AH-3.2. Adolescents whose parents attend their events and activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHHispanic or Latino20072011-201271.832.23372.360521.9173
AH-3.2AH-3.2. Adolescents whose parents attend their events and activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHBlack or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino20072011-201270.7521.75273.214011.64451
AH-3.2AH-3.2. Adolescents whose parents attend their events and activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHWhite only, not Hispanic or Latino20072011-201287.8340.60888.934150.49098
AH-3.2AH-3.2. Adolescents whose parents attend their events and activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHBelow the poverty threshold (<100%)20072011-201266.4871.99662.239282.11045
AH-3.2AH-3.2. Adolescents whose parents attend their events and activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHAt 100%-199% of the poverty threshold20072011-201273.931.83279.53051.43921
AH-3.2AH-3.2. Adolescents whose parents attend their events and activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHAt 200%-399% of the poverty threshold20072011-201285.1741.00185.503840.86564
AH-3.2AH-3.2. Adolescents whose parents attend their events and activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHAbove 400% of the poverty threshold20072011-201289.2190.71390.190210.72151
AH-3.2AH-3.2. Adolescents whose parents attend their events and activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHMetropolitan20072011-201281.3310.74682.529640.62729
AH-3.2AH-3.2. Adolescents whose parents attend their events and activities (percent, ages 12-17)AHNonmetropolitan20072011-201284.7130.60583.775471.04248
AH-4.1AH-4.1. Adolescents in foster care who exhibit early readiness for adulthood (percent, age 17)AHFemale2010-20112016-201748.82723651.907829534
AH-4.1AH-4.1. Adolescents in foster care who exhibit early readiness for adulthood (percent, age 17)AHMale2010-20112016-201737.20149241.487082546
AH-4.1AH-4.1. Adolescents in foster care who exhibit early readiness for adulthood (percent, age 17)AHAmerican Indian or Alaska Native only2010-20112016-201736.1623639.285714286
AH-4.1AH-4.1. Adolescents in foster care who exhibit early readiness for adulthood (percent, age 17)AHAsian only2010-20112016-201741.66666854.961832061
AH-4.1AH-4.1. Adolescents in foster care who exhibit early readiness for adulthood (percent, age 17)AHNative Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only2010-20112016-201742.10526350
AH-4.1AH-4.1. Adolescents in foster care who exhibit early readiness for adulthood (percent, age 17)AHTwo or more races2010-20112016-201745.3188647.333333333
AH-4.1AH-4.1. Adolescents in foster care who exhibit early readiness for adulthood (percent, age 17)AHHispanic or Latino2010-20112016-201741.54535347.954949615
AH-4.1AH-4.1. Adolescents in foster care who exhibit early readiness for adulthood (percent, age 17)AHBlack or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino2010-20112016-201743.21405844.985217194
AH-4.1AH-4.1. Adolescents in foster care who exhibit early readiness for adulthood (percent, age 17)AHWhite only, not Hispanic or Latino2010-20112016-201743.12046447.329595751
AH-5.1AH-5.1. Students graduating from high school within 4 years of starting 9th grade (percent)AHAmerican Indian or Alaska Native, not Hispanic or Latino2010-20112016-20176572.4
AH-5.1AH-5.1. Students graduating from high school within 4 years of starting 9th grade (percent)AHAsian or Pacific Islander, not Hispanic or Latino2010-20112016-20178791.2
AH-5.1AH-5.1. Students graduating from high school within 4 years of starting 9th grade (percent)AHHispanic or Latino2010-20112016-20177180
AH-5.1AH-5.1. Students graduating from high school within 4 years of starting 9th grade (percent)AHBlack or African American, not Hispanic or Latino2010-20112016-20176777.8
AH-5.1AH-5.1. Students graduating from high school within 4 years of starting 9th grade (percent)AHWhite, not Hispanic or Latino2010-20112016-20178488.6
AH-5.2AH-5.2. Students served under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act who graduate high school with a diploma (percent, ages 14-21)AHFemale2007-20082016-201761.01394149772.07053921
AH-5.2AH-5.2. Students served under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act who graduate high school with a diploma (percent, ages 14-21)AHMale2007-20082016-201758.04613420969.654645644
AH-5.2AH-5.2. Students served under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act who graduate high school with a diploma (percent, ages 14-21)AHAmerican Indian or Alaska Native only, not Hispanic or Latino2011-20122016-201759.52497952568.205763867
AH-5.2AH-5.2. Students served under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act who graduate high school with a diploma (percent, ages 14-21)AHAsian only, not Hispanic or Latino2011-20122016-201770.08644593176.370297309
AH-5.2AH-5.2. Students served under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act who graduate high school with a diploma (percent, ages 14-21)AHNative Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino2011-20122016-201766.53696498169.199298656
AH-5.2AH-5.2. Students served under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act who graduate high school with a diploma (percent, ages 14-21)AHTwo or more races, not Hispanic or Latino2011-20122016-201764.35672093467.762798324
AH-5.2AH-5.2. Students served under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act who graduate high school with a diploma (percent, ages 14-21)AHHispanic or Latino2011-20122016-201755.63917565869.886953081
AH-5.2AH-5.2. Students served under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act who graduate high school with a diploma (percent, ages 14-21)AHBlack or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino2011-20122016-201753.76129076763.011903596
AH-5.2AH-5.2. Students served under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act who graduate high school with a diploma (percent, ages 14-21)AHWhite only, not Hispanic or Latino2011-20122016-201771.17175362673.981383596
AH-5.3.1AH-5.3.1. Fourth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHFemale2009201736.130.42538.8457933960.369597685
AH-5.3.1AH-5.3.1. Fourth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHMale2009201729.980.39834.3342913780.380111012
AH-5.3.1AH-5.3.1. Fourth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHAmerican Indian or Alaska Native only, not Hispanic or Latino2009201724.051.05220.1189512671.874787455
AH-5.3.1AH-5.3.1. Fourth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHAsian or Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino2009201746.591.36756.4861025071.43798842
AH-5.3.1AH-5.3.1. Fourth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHTwo or more races, not Hispanic or Latino2009201740.591.35841.6811383651.277419569
AH-5.3.1AH-5.3.1. Fourth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHHispanic or Latino2009201721.390.44922.5740150330.45886305
AH-5.3.1AH-5.3.1. Fourth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHBlack or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino2009201716.120.49819.8784117470.546789621
AH-5.3.1AH-5.3.1. Fourth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHWhite only, not Hispanic or Latino2009201743.520.42446.7753077740.425281835
AH-5.3.1AH-5.3.1. Fourth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHPeople without disabilities2009201735.160.40540.0596417380.333877972
AH-5.3.1AH-5.3.1. Fourth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHPeople with disabilities2009201712.60.49312.4247673440.355817902
AH-5.3.2AH-5.3.2. Eighth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHFemale2009201737.320.49441.3144802430.474493737
AH-5.3.2AH-5.3.2. Eighth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHMale2009201727.520.39131.1069818780.397909796
AH-5.3.2AH-5.3.2. Eighth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHAmerican Indian or Alaska Native only, not Hispanic or Latino2009201717.831.22421.5586674112.0530128
AH-5.3.2AH-5.3.2. Eighth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHAsian or Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino2009201744.761.82155.0320239521.450102644
AH-5.3.2AH-5.3.2. Eighth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHTwo or more races, not Hispanic or Latino2009201732.860.99641.6255507261.373622337
AH-5.3.2AH-5.3.2. Eighth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHHispanic or Latino2009201718.780.51523.0574440320.626770427
AH-5.3.2AH-5.3.2. Eighth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHBlack or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino2009201713.340.50217.7044460620.522069605
AH-5.3.2AH-5.3.2. Eighth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHWhite only, not Hispanic or Latino2009201743.290.41545.1494201630.420551185
AH-5.3.2AH-5.3.2. Eighth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHLess than high school2009201713.770.68618.4801571460.877838349
AH-5.3.2AH-5.3.2. Eighth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHHigh school graduate2009201719.030.49121.3394997980.626435276
AH-5.3.2AH-5.3.2. Eighth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHSome college2009201732.580.51933.9623978820.746556097
AH-5.3.2AH-5.3.2. Eighth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AH4-year college degree2009201743.870.52346.6323341380.449257002
AH-5.3.2AH-5.3.2. Eighth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHPeople without disabilities2009201734.80.439.7715815670.375208265
AH-5.3.2AH-5.3.2. Eighth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHPeople with disabilities200920178.430.379.8732831520.561306695
AH-5.3.3AH-5.3.3. Twelfth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHFemale2005201541.430.88841.9601627680.928246269
AH-5.3.3AH-5.3.3. Twelfth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHMale2005201528.910.94332.8845158190.716549306
AH-5.3.3AH-5.3.3. Twelfth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHAmerican Indian or Alaska Native only, not Hispanic or Latino2005201527.635.7928.2391039816.026969073
AH-5.3.3AH-5.3.3. Twelfth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHAsian or Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino2005201535.392.4947.7793606522.958848278
AH-5.3.3AH-5.3.3. Twelfth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHTwo or more races, not Hispanic or Latino2005201533.483.27845.3328833663.415442026
AH-5.3.3AH-5.3.3. Twelfth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHHispanic or Latino2005201520.691.09925.100531370.97065759
AH-5.3.3AH-5.3.3. Twelfth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHBlack or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino20052015151.216.8222590820.995353822
AH-5.3.3AH-5.3.3. Twelfth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHWhite only, not Hispanic or Latino2005201543.930.95546.0699009510.86762206
AH-5.3.3AH-5.3.3. Twelfth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHLess than high school2005201516.752.53818.4408308421.241973927
AH-5.3.3AH-5.3.3. Twelfth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHHigh school graduate2005201523.241.02924.0855213731.04485093
AH-5.3.3AH-5.3.3. Twelfth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHSome college2005201533.751.02935.6556505541.135693494
AH-5.3.3AH-5.3.3. Twelfth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AH4-year college degree2005201546.671.04248.9144580.960778641
AH-5.3.3AH-5.3.3. Twelfth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHPeople without disabilities2005201537.570.70440.028461840.662695777
AH-5.3.3AH-5.3.3. Twelfth graders whose reading skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHPeople with disabilities200520156.311.36911.5334270411.117123528
AH-5.4.1AH-5.4.1. Fourth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHFemale2009201737.20.38938.1295815690.367716753
AH-5.4.1AH-5.4.1. Fourth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHMale2009201740.940.3842.1902371620.43928907
AH-5.4.1AH-5.4.1. Fourth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHAmerican Indian or Alaska Native only, not Hispanic or Latino2009201727.621.05724.1150702561.905088994
AH-5.4.1AH-5.4.1. Fourth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHAsian or Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino2009201757.321.49463.845338221.364773928
AH-5.4.1AH-5.4.1. Fourth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHTwo or more races, not Hispanic or Latino2009201749.031.10945.4306223521.339361833
AH-5.4.1AH-5.4.1. Fourth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHHispanic or Latino2009201726.360.43726.3926885520.611452668
AH-5.4.1AH-5.4.1. Fourth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHBlack or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino2009201716.040.47619.0664754750.577723704
AH-5.4.1AH-5.4.1. Fourth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHWhite only, not Hispanic or Latino2009201751.220.37151.3509807940.419750893
AH-5.4.1AH-5.4.1. Fourth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHPeople without disabilities2009201741.560.35543.6807791580.395084935
AH-5.4.1AH-5.4.1. Fourth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHPeople with disabilities2009201719.110.64516.1040510560.5514566
AH-5.4.2AH-5.4.2. Eighth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHFemale2009201732.110.43633.4404006850.452249339
AH-5.4.2AH-5.4.2. Eighth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHMale2009201735.60.36335.0411546170.356328897
AH-5.4.2AH-5.4.2. Eighth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHAmerican Indian or Alaska Native only, not Hispanic or Latino2009201717.851.29917.9285172721.836185052
AH-5.4.2AH-5.4.2. Eighth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHAsian or Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino2009201753.151.67561.6393387961.529947492
AH-5.4.2AH-5.4.2. Eighth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHTwo or more races, not Hispanic or Latino2009201732.730.91937.3279051991.365452726
AH-5.4.2AH-5.4.2. Eighth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHHispanic or Latino2009201719.350.52120.1022527020.534659606
AH-5.4.2AH-5.4.2. Eighth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHBlack or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino2009201712.260.52613.2668998030.467635163
AH-5.4.2AH-5.4.2. Eighth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHWhite only, not Hispanic or Latino2009201745.280.33943.8041377440.448449309
AH-5.4.2AH-5.4.2. Eighth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHLess than high school2009201714.480.64716.0830200130.878109767
AH-5.4.2AH-5.4.2. Eighth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHHigh school graduate2009201719.20.50417.3501379710.569112968
AH-5.4.2AH-5.4.2. Eighth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHSome college2009201732.040.60429.8567281940.687579353
AH-5.4.2AH-5.4.2. Eighth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AH4-year college degree2009201746.910.44645.6850181790.422198661
AH-5.4.2AH-5.4.2. Eighth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHPeople without disabilities2009201736.530.36337.868769050.345188208
AH-5.4.2AH-5.4.2. Eighth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHPeople with disabilities200920179.170.3788.7435204740.45561421
AH-5.4.3AH-5.4.3. Twelfth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHFemale2005201521.060.76522.7238372490.725532552
AH-5.4.3AH-5.4.3. Twelfth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHMale2005201525.070.97126.2395035990.746042273
AH-5.4.3AH-5.4.3. Twelfth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHAsian or Pacific Islander only, not Hispanic or Latino2005201533.832.61646.162582242.552813935
AH-5.4.3AH-5.4.3. Twelfth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHTwo or more races, not Hispanic or Latino2005201518.62.4430.642318953.107618735
AH-5.4.3AH-5.4.3. Twelfth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHHispanic or Latino200520158.470.89811.8952318060.687932547
AH-5.4.3AH-5.4.3. Twelfth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHBlack or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino200520155.730.9467.0730870880.660301836
AH-5.4.3AH-5.4.3. Twelfth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHWhite only, not Hispanic or Latino2005201530.410.8731.703167190.866333379
AH-5.4.3AH-5.4.3. Twelfth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHLess than high school200520156.871.2157.0563497220.900768349
AH-5.4.3AH-5.4.3. Twelfth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHHigh school graduate2005201511.521.24212.4493184090.952756508
AH-5.4.3AH-5.4.3. Twelfth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHSome college2005201518.170.9517.9925241990.972860798
AH-5.4.3AH-5.4.3. Twelfth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AH4-year college degree2005201534.260.96736.807175060.948261763
AH-5.4.3AH-5.4.3. Twelfth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHPeople without disabilities2005201524.390.71726.3110771320.70982836
AH-5.4.3AH-5.4.3. Twelfth graders whose mathematics skills are at or above grade level (percent)AHPeople with disabilities200520154.551.2065.6916235021.012933851
AH-5.5AH-5.5. Adolescents who consider school work to be meaningful and important (percent, ages 12-17)AHFemale2008201827.13650.607623.14495480.60243724
AH-5.5AH-5.5. Adolescents who consider school work to be meaningful and important (percent, ages 12-17)AHMale2008201825.67230.581223.69504560.62478042
AH-5.5AH-5.5. Adolescents who consider school work to be meaningful and important (percent, ages 12-17)AHAmerican Indian or Alaska Native only2008201833.24962.342229.55034772.21725687
AH-5.5AH-5.5. Adolescents who consider school work to be meaningful and important (percent, ages 12-17)AHAsian only2008201833.45092.648324.38252662.1978419
AH-5.5AH-5.5. Adolescents who consider school work to be meaningful and important (percent, ages 12-17)AHNative Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only2008201828.48365.405735.16503445.37052463
AH-5.5AH-5.5. Adolescents who consider school work to be meaningful and important (percent, ages 12-17)AHTwo or more races2008201824.25132.096221.05165221.84944964
AH-5.5AH-5.5. Adolescents who consider school work to be meaningful and important (percent, ages 12-17)AHHispanic or Latino2008201830.42571.145827.33099191.05414421
AH-5.5AH-5.5. Adolescents who consider school work to be meaningful and important (percent, ages 12-17)AHBlack or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino2008201838.65641.210332.65272411.20818705
AH-5.5AH-5.5. Adolescents who consider school work to be meaningful and important (percent, ages 12-17)AHWhite only, not Hispanic or Latino2008201821.84750.476119.19772350.53902093
AH-5.5AH-5.5. Adolescents who consider school work to be meaningful and important (percent, ages 12-17)AHBelow the poverty threshold (<100%)2008201836.0731.136632.39724021.00953509
AH-5.5AH-5.5. Adolescents who consider school work to be meaningful and important (percent, ages 12-17)AHAt 100%-199% of the poverty threshold2008201829.12970.915626.64100841.05534068
AH-5.5AH-5.5. Adolescents who consider school work to be meaningful and important (percent, ages 12-17)AHAt 200%-399% of the poverty threshold2008201823.79340.696719.35186140.772291
AH-5.5AH-5.5. Adolescents who consider school work to be meaningful and important (percent, ages 12-17)AHAt 400%-599% of the poverty threshold2008201822.23660.815819.37945031.02024853
AH-5.5AH-5.5. Adolescents who consider school work to be meaningful and important (percent, ages 12-17)AHAt or above 600% of the poverty threshold2008201821.81421.682918.29874210.9726354
AH-5.5AH-5.5. Adolescents who consider school work to be meaningful and important (percent, ages 12-17)AHMetropolitan2015201828.05173550.4851615323.21755620.48731457
AH-5.5AH-5.5. Adolescents who consider school work to be meaningful and important (percent, ages 12-17)AHNonmetropolitan2015201827.27499571.0638595624.68544681.00294862
AH-5.6AH-5.6. Adolescents missing school for 11 or more days due to illness or injury (percent, ages 12-17)AHFemale200820185.5257362660.7659889515.1155055720.619525057
AH-5.6AH-5.6. Adolescents missing school for 11 or more days due to illness or injury (percent, ages 12-17)AHMale200820184.4982924440.6045246254.9614794380.625995446
AH-5.6AH-5.6. Adolescents missing school for 11 or more days due to illness or injury (percent, ages 12-17)AHHispanic or Latino200920164.6452390130.947702284.9752800691.118851097
AH-5.6AH-5.6. Adolescents missing school for 11 or more days due to illness or injury (percent, ages 12-17)AHBlack or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino200920164.682261231.0575535863.7379185521.110609221
AH-5.6AH-5.6. Adolescents missing school for 11 or more days due to illness or injury (percent, ages 12-17)AHWhite only, not Hispanic or Latino200920166.7147850720.664471294.7065689020.517849187
AH-5.6AH-5.6. Adolescents missing school for 11 or more days due to illness or injury (percent, ages 12-17)AHBelow the poverty threshold (<100%)200820186.6671449821.3764398335.8375478481.117294608
AH-5.6AH-5.6. Adolescents missing school for 11 or more days due to illness or injury (percent, ages 12-17)AHAt 100%-199% of the poverty threshold200820185.8857521841.1530753484.2158474260.964824954
AH-5.6AH-5.6. Adolescents missing school for 11 or more days due to illness or injury (percent, ages 12-17)AHAt 200%-399% of the poverty threshold200820185.0830081731.0128012494.8383031840.762388111
AH-5.6AH-5.6. Adolescents missing school for 11 or more days due to illness or injury (percent, ages 12-17)AHAt 400%-599% of the poverty threshold200820182.8794459250.762478887.0902290081.353968186
AH-5.6AH-5.6. Adolescents missing school for 11 or more days due to illness or injury (percent, ages 12-17)AHAt or above 600% of the poverty threshold200820184.333369341.0752713743.6352668240.918752517
AH-5.6AH-5.6. Adolescents missing school for 11 or more days due to illness or injury (percent, ages 12-17)AHMetropolitan200820184.9433857430.5411174864.8129320830.460621627
AH-5.6AH-5.6. Adolescents missing school for 11 or more days due to illness or injury (percent, ages 12-17)AHNonmetropolitan200820185.3361572041.237076016.6314072711.420821943
AH-7AH-7. Adolescents who have been offered, sold, or given an illegal drug on school property (percent, grades 9-12)AHFemale2009201719.3056383581.01330029818.6639770620.975336815
AH-7AH-7. Adolescents who have been offered, sold, or given an illegal drug on school property (percent, grades 9-12)AHMale2009201725.8722686961.35990124320.9273114930.771837618
AH-7AH-7. Adolescents who have been offered, sold, or given an illegal drug on school property (percent, grades 9-12)AHAmerican Indian or Alaska Native only2009201732.5149117452.37496204827.0251624442.430933461
AH-7AH-7. Adolescents who have been offered, sold, or given an illegal drug on school property (percent, grades 9-12)AHAsian only2009201719.423468531.84947136218.2464553911.79207942
AH-7AH-7. Adolescents who have been offered, sold, or given an illegal drug on school property (percent, grades 9-12)AHNative Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only2009201729.5621415243.52091502123.9673621862.58170787
AH-7AH-7. Adolescents who have been offered, sold, or given an illegal drug on school property (percent, grades 9-12)AHTwo or more races2009201729.4401996912.48801773220.5573148361.963860384
AH-7AH-7. Adolescents who have been offered, sold, or given an illegal drug on school property (percent, grades 9-12)AHHispanic or Latino2009201731.3300720471.55490603525.408766111.22454902
AH-7AH-7. Adolescents who have been offered, sold, or given an illegal drug on school property (percent, grades 9-12)AHBlack or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino2009201722.1913955881.41955830618.9483444491.446053114
AH-7AH-7. Adolescents who have been offered, sold, or given an illegal drug on school property (percent, grades 9-12)AHWhite only, not Hispanic or Latino2009201719.7765484881.13018360117.6687500831.041963245
AH-8AH-8. Adolescents whose parents consider them to be safe at school (percent, ages 12-17)AHFemale20072011-201287.160.65390.310230.59505
AH-8AH-8. Adolescents whose parents consider them to be safe at school (percent, ages 12-17)AHMale20072011-201285.5050.87691.521160.55558
AH-8AH-8. Adolescents whose parents consider them to be safe at school (percent, ages 12-17)AHAmerican Indian or Alaska Native only20072011-201275.7854.6585.645324.79079
AH-8AH-8. Adolescents whose parents consider them to be safe at school (percent, ages 12-17)AHAsian only20072011-201290.7282.41691.968632.66626
AH-8AH-8. Adolescents whose parents consider them to be safe at school (percent, ages 12-17)AHNative Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only20072011-201282.295.1490.827813.1073
AH-8AH-8. Adolescents whose parents consider them to be safe at school (percent, ages 12-17)AHTwo or more races20072011-201287.9571.74892.266031.17846
AH-8AH-8. Adolescents whose parents consider them to be safe at school (percent, ages 12-17)AHHispanic or Latino20072011-201278.4541.92884.432551.43361
AH-8AH-8. Adolescents whose parents consider them to be safe at school (percent, ages 12-17)AHBlack or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino20072011-201272.0441.66384.012941.14254
AH-8AH-8. Adolescents whose parents consider them to be safe at school (percent, ages 12-17)AHWhite only, not Hispanic or Latino20072011-201292.7670.43595.121680.30255
AH-8AH-8. Adolescents whose parents consider them to be safe at school (percent, ages 12-17)AHBelow the poverty threshold (<100%)20072011-201272.9711.73281.420891.30468
AH-8AH-8. Adolescents whose parents consider them to be safe at school (percent, ages 12-17)AHAt 100%-199% of the poverty threshold20072011-201278.6071.61986.543051.20682
AH-8AH-8. Adolescents whose parents consider them to be safe at school (percent, ages 12-17)AHAt 200%-399% of the poverty threshold20072011-201289.2080.87293.260910.54564
AH-8AH-8. Adolescents whose parents consider them to be safe at school (percent, ages 12-17)AHAbove 400% of the poverty threshold20072011-201295.1580.39597.318910.38026
AH-8AH-8. Adolescents whose parents consider them to be safe at school (percent, ages 12-17)AHMetropolitan20072011-201285.4840.68990.911910.45973
AH-8AH-8. Adolescents whose parents consider them to be safe at school (percent, ages 12-17)AHNonmetropolitan20072011-201289.1910.51791.793540.64668
AH-10AH-10. Schools with a serious violent incident (percent)AHCity2007-20082009-201020.22.1521.704122.12323
AH-10AH-10. Schools with a serious violent incident (percent)AHRural2007-20082009-201014.41.5913.24141.50571
AH-10AH-10. Schools with a serious violent incident (percent)AHSuburban2007-20082009-201017.41.2915.486261.80296
AH-10AH-10. Schools with a serious violent incident (percent)AHTown2007-20082009-201017.62.5115.586052.33067
AH-11.1AH-11.1. Arrests of minors and young adults for serious violent crimes (per 100,000 population, ages 10-24)AHFemale20082012155.9125.636452199
AH-11.1AH-11.1. Arrests of minors and young adults for serious violent crimes (per 100,000 population, ages 10-24)AHMale20082012716.7512.144805259
AH-11.2AH-11.2. Arrests of minors and young adults for serious property crimes (per 100,000 population, ages 10-24)AHFemale200820171114.1497.374116376
AH-11.2AH-11.2. Arrests of minors and young adults for serious property crimes (per 100,000 population, ages 10-24)AHMale200820171917.6922.145383388
AH-11.3AH-11.3. Secondary school students who report the presence of gangs at school (percent, ages 12-18)AHFemale2013201511.9652837610.89676329910.4470229640.885210005
AH-11.3AH-11.3. Secondary school students who report the presence of gangs at school (percent, ages 12-18)AHMale2013201512.8533177960.91087122410.89843280.893354151
AH-11.3AH-11.3. Secondary school students who report the presence of gangs at school (percent, ages 12-18)AHAsian only201320159.2662170682.0536010714.0880797261.35028678
AH-11.3AH-11.3. Secondary school students who report the presence of gangs at school (percent, ages 12-18)AHTwo or more races2013201512.4854013222.76427620114.0476065372.803677163
AH-11.3AH-11.3. Secondary school students who report the presence of gangs at school (percent, ages 12-18)AHHispanic or Latino2013201520.0542840781.53598928915.271566211.420453603
AH-11.3AH-11.3. Secondary school students who report the presence of gangs at school (percent, ages 12-18)AHBlack or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino2013201518.6246657911.74717244317.1427965761.791000092
AH-11.3AH-11.3. Secondary school students who report the presence of gangs at school (percent, ages 12-18)AHWhite only, not Hispanic or Latino201320157.4278284650.6702512637.3991144340.705568768
AH-11.3AH-11.3. Secondary school students who report the presence of gangs at school (percent, ages 12-18)AHLess than $20,000 income2013201514.3878186371.7249611515.0901681821.882677785
AH-11.3AH-11.3. Secondary school students who report the presence of gangs at school (percent, ages 12-18)AHMore than or equal to $20,000 and less than 35,000 income2013201519.1320431481.83601333414.5531149881.741831186
AH-11.3AH-11.3. Secondary school students who report the presence of gangs at school (percent, ages 12-18)AHMore than or equal to $35,000 and less than $50,000 income2013201513.9761119261.62785005413.7735963891.692575201
AH-11.3AH-11.3. Secondary school students who report the presence of gangs at school (percent, ages 12-18)AHMore than or equal to $50,000 and less than $75,000 income2013201510.6026548821.4537591279.8733294671.388305768
AH-11.3AH-11.3. Secondary school students who report the presence of gangs at school (percent, ages 12-18)AHMore than or equal to $75,000 income201320158.6415303660.9056787167.6481043560.876853207
AH-11.3AH-11.3. Secondary school students who report the presence of gangs at school (percent, ages 12-18)AHUrban2013201518.2899512071.33434869115.2606124221.305959587
AH-11.3AH-11.3. Secondary school students who report the presence of gangs at school (percent, ages 12-18)AHRural201320156.7903403141.0585951193.9235384990.801240244
AH-11.3AH-11.3. Secondary school students who report the presence of gangs at school (percent, ages 12-18)AHSuburban2013201510.8091117610.81151484610.1567253670.83396985
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSFemale2008201884.6314869790.3214133690.074128470.26348577
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSMale2008201881.6718628670.32633560487.8604367810.279612981
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSAmerican Indian or Alaska Native only2008201871.5545120683.30019059571.3607595822.551694572
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSAsian only2008201886.0632737490.93777493692.6353370760.702095009
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSNative Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only2008201877.4074749165.84464644890.6297376352.711864623
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSTwo or more races2008201884.2218917631.65054815789.8529747310.939130097
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSHispanic or Latino2008201866.7482665370.72370027179.8582400650.689567973
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSBlack or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino2008201882.1156531630.5764535287.9002012970.615720288
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSWhite only, not Hispanic or Latino2008201887.5100109730.32840264592.2283780670.248307022
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSLess than high school2008201856.9116216360.92236984966.9741970521.105673293
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSHigh school graduate2008201878.5376440750.5323500682.421625620.527836103
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSSome college2008201883.3109940930.5824902887.6063968760.500112909
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSAssociates degree2008201886.9680710420.63669222289.8309842030.507251334
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHS4-year college degree2008201891.5802138950.39764538893.9978150160.308854404
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSAdvanced degree2008201895.5478677720.39337214796.2067370180.30426627
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSBelow the poverty threshold (<100%)2008201871.0494394810.9183265880.1355162430.796683297
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSAt 100%-199% of the poverty threshold2008201869.3930314170.70365155281.3889726750.638799517
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSAt 200%-399% of the poverty threshold2008201883.4442637790.46857833388.6120122350.42004578
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSAt 400%-599% of the poverty threshold2008201892.5141374090.41053332794.3526616120.363172181
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSAt or above 600% of the poverty threshold2008201895.0280122330.33728938496.7817150580.270175345
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHSPeople without disabilities2010201781.8945431640.33403846787.1646048840.36724983
AHS-1.1AHS-1.1. Persons with medical insurance (percent, under age 65)AHS