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Intended pregnancy (percent, females 15–44 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 51.0 (2002)
2020 Target: 56.0
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2002 2006      
Total 51.0

51.3







Race/Ethnicity









White only 60.0

59.9







Hispanic or Latino 46.0

46.8







American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU

DSU







Asian only DSU

DSU







2 or more races DSU

DSU







Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU

DSU







Black or African American only 31.0

32.6







Age group









30-34 years 67.0

67.0







25-29 years 57.0

59.2







40-44 years 62.0

52.2







35-39 years 71.0

72.3







15-19 years 18.0

18.2







   15-17 years 13.0

20.8







   18-19 years 21.0

16.9







20-24 years 40.0

36.2







Educational attainment (20 years and over)









< High school 50.0

47.9







High school 53.0

51.6







College graduate 76.0

73.7







Some college 48.0

48.0







Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









<100 38.0

38.0







200+ 62.0

65.8







100-199 43.0

42.5







Family type









Single 26.0

---







Married couple or partners 73.0

---







Marital status









Cohabiting partner 30.0

38.7







Never married 23.0

18.6







Married 73.0

71.6







Formerly married 37.0

31.9







Footnotes View Footnotes

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

---: Data are not available.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Females experiencing pregnancy due to contraceptive failure (percent, 15–44 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 12.4 (2002)
2020 Target: 9.9
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2002        
Total 12.4
CI 11.2 / 13.7








Race/Ethnicity









Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Not Hispanic or Latino ---









   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 21.3
CI 17.8 / 25.2








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 10.1
CI 8.7 / 11.7








American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Asian only DSU









2 or more races DSU









Hispanic or Latino 15.0
CI 12.3 / 18.2








Age group









20-24 years 14.3
CI 12.0 / 17.1








30 years and over 8.2
CI 6.4 / 10.4








<20 years 13.1
CI 10.6 / 16.0








25-29 years 14.9
CI 12.2 / 18.1








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









200+ 8.4
CI 7.1 / 9.9








<100 19.9
CI 19.3 / 20.6








100-199 17.8
CI 17.3 / 18.4








Marital status









Cohabiting partner 21.7
CI 18.3 / 25.5








Married 9.5
CI 7.9 / 11.5








Never married 11.5
CI 9.6 / 13.7








Formerly married 12.2
CI 8.2 / 17.9








Footnotes View Footnotes

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

---: Data are not available.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Publicly funded family planning clinics offering a full range of contraceptive methods onsite (percent).

2020 Baseline (year): 53.6 (2010)
2020 Target: 67.01
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 20102        
Total 53.6









Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Publicly funded family planning clinics providing emergency contraception onsite (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 79.7 (2003)
2020 Target: 87.7
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2003 2010      
Total 79.7
CI 76.3 / 83.1
SE 1.740
81.1
CI 78.0 / 84.1
SE 1.533






Footnotes View Footnotes

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Births occurring within 18 months of a previous birth (percent, females 15–44 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 33.1 (2006-2010)
2020 Target: 29.81
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2006-20102        
Total 33.1
CI 30.1 / 36.1
SE 1.511








Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino 25.3
CI 21.3 / 29.9
SE 2.169








Black or African American only 37.2
CI 30.4 / 44.5
SE 3.560








White only 32.9
CI 29.5 / 36.5
SE 1.750








Not Hispanic or Latino 35.5
CI 31.8 / 39.4
SE 1.904








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 38.5
CI 31.8 / 45.7
SE 3.513








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 35.4
CI 31.0 / 40.0
SE 2.290








Age group









25-44 years 29.0
CI 25.9 / 32.3
SE 1.613








20-24 years 51.6
CI 43.0 / 60.2
SE 4.379








15-19 years DSU









Educational attainment (20 years and over)









High school 30.0
CI 24.6 / 36.0
SE 2.890








Some college 31.8
CI 23.9 / 40.9
SE 4.307








< High school 22.1
CI 16.3 / 29.2
SE 3.239








Advanced degree DSU









Associates degree DSU









4-year college degree 32.3
CI 24.8 / 41.0
SE 4.118








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









<100 38.5
CI 33.1 / 44.2
SE 2.816








100-199 30.1
CI 24.3 / 36.7
SE 3.117








200-399 29.7
CI 24.4 / 35.7
SE 2.856








500+ DSU









400-499 DSU









Family type









Single DSU









Single parent with children 29.5
CI 24.4 / 35.2
SE 2.711








Two parent family with children 34.4
CI 30.9 / 38.0
SE 1.796








Married couple or partners DSU









Country of birth









US 34.6
CI 31.1 / 38.3
SE 1.805








Outside US 27.1
CI 21.8 / 33.0
SE 2.832








Disability status









People with activity limitations 31.8
CI 23.8 / 41.2
SE 4.424








People without activity limitations 33.2
CI 30.1 / 36.4
SE 1.575








Geographic location









Metropolitan 32.4
CI 29.1 / 36.0
SE 1.744








Non-metropolitan 35.3
CI 29.8 / 41.2
SE 2.875








Health insurance status









Uninsured 29.8
CI 23.9 / 36.3
SE 3.130








Insured 34.1
CI 30.7 / 37.6
SE 1.756








   Public 36.8
CI 31.4 / 42.7
SE 2.863








   Private 32.6
CI 28.0 / 37.5
SE 2.392








Marital status









Never married 33.0
CI 26.7 / 40.0
SE 3.375








Widowed DSU









Married 33.7
CI 29.9 / 37.7
SE 1.976








Cohabiting partner 36.9
CI 30.4 / 44.0
SE 3.438








Divorced or separated 23.5
CI 15.5 / 33.9
SE 4.639








Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Contraceptive use at most recent sexual intercourse by females at risk of unintended pregnancy or use by their partners (percent, females 15–44 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 83.3 (2006-2010)
2020 Target: 91.61
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006-20102        
Total 83.3
CI 81.6 / 84.8
SE 0.816








Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino 80.5
CI 76.6 / 83.9
SE 1.844








Not Hispanic or Latino 83.8
CI 81.9 / 85.6
SE 0.925








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 77.2
CI 73.6 / 80.4
SE 1.711








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 85.5
CI 83.2 / 87.5
SE 1.074








White only 84.9
CI 82.9 / 86.7
SE 0.963








Black or African American only 77.1
CI 73.6 / 80.3
SE 1.699








Age group









20-24 years 83.9
CI 80.5 / 86.8
SE 1.574








15-19 years 81.1
CI 74.3 / 86.5
SE 3.062








25-44 years 83.4
CI 81.5 / 85.1
SE 0.901








Educational attainment (20 years and over)









Advanced degree 85.4
CI 78.6 / 90.4
SE 2.947








High school 82.1
CI 78.2 / 85.4
SE 1.797








Some college 84.1
CI 79.8 / 87.6
SE 1.976








< High school 78.0
CI 72.8 / 82.4
SE 2.406








Associates degree 86.2
CI 80.7 / 90.2
SE 2.377








4-year college degree 85.1
CI 81.0 / 88.5
SE 1.885








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









400-499 87.2
CI 82.4 / 90.8
SE 2.104








500+ 80.0
CI 73.4 / 85.4
SE 3.023








200-399 85.3
CI 82.7 / 87.6
SE 1.237








<100 79.3
CI 75.8 / 82.4
SE 1.658








100-199 82.2
CI 79.4 / 84.7
SE 1.334








Family type









Two parent family with children 83.1
CI 80.7 / 85.3
SE 1.163








Single 86.4
CI 83.1 / 89.2
SE 1.509








Single parent with children 81.1
CI 77.1 / 84.6
SE 1.883








Married couple or partners 82.0
CI 77.8 / 85.6
SE 1.955








Country of birth









Outside US 81.4
CI 77.1 / 85.0
SE 1.991








US 83.6
CI 81.8 / 85.4
SE 0.906








Disability status









People without activity limitations 83.3
CI 81.6 / 85.0
SE 0.862








People with activity limitations 82.5
CI 77.0 / 86.9
SE 2.492








Geographic location









Metropolitan 82.9
CI 81.0 / 84.6
SE 0.894








Non-metropolitan 84.8
CI 80.5 / 88.3
SE 1.962








Health insurance status









Insured 84.5
CI 82.6 / 86.3
SE 0.943








   Private 85.6
CI 83.6 / 87.5
SE 0.993








   Public 79.6
CI 75.0 / 83.6
SE 2.171








Uninsured 78.7
CI 74.9 / 82.0
SE 1.782








Marital status









Widowed DSU









Never married 84.0
CI 81.0 / 86.6
SE 1.391








Cohabiting partner 78.9
CI 74.9 / 82.4
SE 1.896








Divorced or separated 85.1
CI 79.8 / 89.2
SE 2.353








Married 83.9
CI 81.5 / 86.1
SE 1.148








Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Sexually active females receiving reproductive health services (percent, 15–44 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 78.6 (2006-2010)
2020 Target: 86.51
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006-20102        
Total 78.6
CI 77.0 / 80.2
SE 0.81








Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino 72.1
CI 68.1 / 76.0
SE 2.02








Not Hispanic or Latino 80.0
CI 78.4 / 81.6
SE 0.82








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 79.8
CI 77.7 / 81.9
SE 1.07








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 83.8
CI 81.1 / 86.5
SE 1.37








White only 78.5
CI 76.5 / 80.5
SE 1.04








Black or African American only 83.1
CI 80.7 / 85.5
SE 1.24








Age group









15-17 years 71.9
CI 65.5 / 78.4
SE 3.3








18-24 years 87.1
CI 85.1 / 89.0
SE 0.98








25-44 years 76.5
CI 74.5 / 78.5
SE 1.03








Educational attainment (20 years and over)









< High school 66.5
CI 62.4 / 70.6
SE 2.1








High school 72.0
CI 68.0 / 75.9
SE 2.0








Some college 79.2
CI 75.1 / 83.3
SE 2.07








4-year college degree 81.2
CI 77.8 / 84.6
SE 1.71








Advanced degree 85.2
CI 80.8 / 89.7
SE 2.28








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









<100 76.3
CI 73.2 / 79.4
SE 1.58








200-399 78.0
CI 75.3 / 80.7
SE 1.37








500+ 88.8
CI 85.4 / 92.1
SE 1.73








100-199 72.8
CI 69.5 / 76.0
SE 1.64








400-499 89.4
CI 86.4 / 92.3
SE 1.51








Family type









Two parent family with children 75.1
CI 72.6 / 77.5
SE 1.26








Single 80.8
CI 78.4 / 83.3
SE 1.26








Single parent with children 81.0
CI 77.8 / 84.2
SE 1.63








Married couple or partners 84.2
CI 81.7 / 86.8
SE 1.32








Country of birth









US 79.9
CI 78.3 / 81.6
SE 0.84








Outside US 71.3
CI 67.6 / 75.0
SE 1.88








Disability status









People with activity limitations 74.9
CI 70.2 / 79.6
SE 2.4








People without activity limitations 78.9
CI 77.4 / 80.5
SE 0.79








Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 78.8
CI 75.1 / 82.5
SE 1.89








Metropolitan 78.6
CI 76.8 / 80.3
SE 0.89








Health insurance status









Insured 82.3
CI 80.8 / 83.8
SE 0.78








   Private 81.8
CI 79.9 / 83.7
SE 0.95








   Public 84.2
CI 81.6 / 86.8
SE 1.32








Uninsured 64.6
CI 61.3 / 67.9
SE 1.68








Marital status









Widowed DSU









Never married 82.1
CI 80.1 / 84.0
SE 1.01








Divorced or separated 76.4
CI 71.8 / 80.9
SE 2.32








Married 76.2
CI 73.6 / 78.8
SE 1.32








Cohabiting partner 82.7
CI 79.8 / 85.7
SE 1.51








Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Sexually active males receiving reproductive health services (percent, 15–44 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 14.8 (2006-2010)
2020 Target: 16.31
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006-20102        
Total 14.8
CI 13.5 / 16.2
SE 0.670








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 14.8
CI 13.4 / 16.4
SE 0.751








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 24.6
CI 21.8 / 27.6
SE 1.462








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 13.4
CI 11.7 / 15.2
SE 0.891








Black or African American only 24.8
CI 21.8 / 28.0
SE 1.552








Hispanic or Latino 14.7
CI 12.0 / 18.0
SE 1.507








White only 13.4
CI 11.9 / 15.0
SE 0.775








Age group









25-44 years 11.8
CI 10.5 / 13.3
SE 0.717








18-24 years 23.6
CI 20.2 / 27.3
SE 1.782








15-17 years 36.9
CI 29.8 / 44.7
SE 3.771








Educational attainment (20 years and over)









Some college 14.1
CI 11.5 / 17.1
SE 1.427








4-year college degree 13.1
CI 10.1 / 16.8
SE 1.666








Associates degree 15.8
CI 10.1 / 23.8
SE 3.438








< High school 11.5
CI 8.7 / 15.0
SE 1.590








High school 9.0
CI 7.2 / 11.1
SE 0.981








Advanced degree DSU









Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









100-199 14.5
CI 12.2 / 17.2
SE 1.241








<100 21.8
CI 17.8 / 26.4
SE 2.166








400-499 11.8
CI 9.1 / 15.1
SE 1.506








200-399 13.9
CI 12.0 / 16.0
SE 1.024








500+ 13.3
CI 9.9 / 17.7
SE 1.948








Family type









Single 23.4
CI 20.7 / 26.4
SE 1.432








Two parent family with children 10.5
CI 8.9 / 12.2
SE 0.837








Married couple or partners 11.4
CI 8.8 / 14.5
SE 1.429








Single parent with children DSU









Country of birth









Outside US 13.1
CI 10.5 / 16.2
SE 1.422








US 15.2
CI 13.8 / 16.7
SE 0.746








Disability status









People with activity limitations 24.2
CI 18.8 / 30.6
SE 2.958








People without activity limitations 13.9
CI 12.6 / 15.2
SE 0.666








Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 13.9
CI 11.0 / 17.4
SE 1.598








Metropolitan 15.0
CI 13.6 / 16.6
SE 0.732








Health insurance status









Insured 15.4
CI 13.8 / 17.1
SE 0.832








   Private 12.5
CI 11.1 / 14.2
SE 0.772








   Public 33.4
CI 28.4 / 38.8
SE 2.639








Uninsured 13.2
CI 10.9 / 15.8
SE 1.241








Marital status









Divorced or separated 20.1
CI 15.0 / 26.5
SE 2.901








Married 9.7
CI 8.1 / 11.4
SE 0.834








Widowed DSU









Cohabiting partner 15.3
CI 12.1 / 19.2
SE 1.776








Never married 23.1
CI 20.4 / 26.1
SE 1.444








Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Pregnancy among adolescent females (per 1,000 population, 15–17 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 40.2 (2005)
2020 Target: 36.2
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2005 2008      
Total 40.2

39.5







Footnotes View Footnotes

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Pregnancy among adolescent females (per 1,000 population, 18–19 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 117.7 (2005)
2020 Target: 105.9
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2005 2008      
Total 117.7

114.2







Footnotes View Footnotes

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adolescent females who have never had sexual intercourse (percent, 15–17 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 72.9 (2006-2010)
2020 Target: 80.21
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006-20102        
Total 72.9
CI 69.1 / 76.3
SE 1.829








Race/Ethnicity









Black or African American only 70.7
CI 62.8 / 77.5
SE 3.710








White only 73.0
CI 68.2 / 77.3
SE 2.304








Not Hispanic or Latino 73.8
CI 69.5 / 77.7
SE 2.066








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 74.4
CI 69.2 / 79.0
SE 2.470








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 70.3
CI 62.2 / 77.3
SE 3.830








Hispanic or Latino 68.9
CI 59.0 / 77.4
SE 4.674








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









<100 71.8
CI 65.4 / 77.5
SE 3.039








400-499 81.6
CI 69.4 / 89.6
SE 5.067








500+ DSU









100-199 70.5
CI 64.4 / 75.9
SE 2.901








200-399 74.2
CI 67.9 / 79.6
SE 2.950








Country of birth









US 72.7
CI 68.8 / 76.2
SE 1.858








Outside US 76.2
CI 62.8 / 85.9
SE 5.838








Disability status









People with activity limitations 71.1
CI 58.6 / 81.1
SE 5.725








People without activity limitations 73.0
CI 69.1 / 76.6
SE 1.876








Geographic location









Metropolitan 74.9
CI 70.7 / 78.7
SE 2.001








Non-metropolitan 63.9
CI 55.9 / 71.1
SE 3.867








Health insurance status









Insured 72.8
CI 69.0 / 76.3
SE 1.857








   Public 65.4
CI 59.3 / 71.0
SE 2.949








   Private 77.0
CI 72.5 / 81.0
SE 2.147








Uninsured 73.6
CI 60.2 / 83.6
SE 5.959








Marital status









Married DSU









Never married 73.5
CI 69.8 / 76.9
SE 1.792








Cohabiting partner DSU









Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adolescent males who have never had sexual intercourse (percent, 15–17 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 72.0 (2006-2010)
2020 Target: 79.21
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006-20102        
Total 72.0
CI 68.4 / 75.4
SE 1.766








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 72.3
CI 68.3 / 76.0
SE 1.953








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 56.4
CI 48.0 / 64.4
SE 4.146








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 76.7
CI 72.2 / 80.6
SE 2.131








Black or African American only 55.6
CI 47.6 / 63.4
SE 4.002








White only 76.2
CI 72.2 / 79.8
SE 1.928








Hispanic or Latino 70.6
CI 63.9 / 76.4
SE 3.154








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









500+ DSU









400-499 62.5
CI 49.7 / 73.8
SE 6.168








200-399 79.4
CI 72.9 / 84.8
SE 2.998








100-199 72.8
CI 65.6 / 78.9
SE 3.367








<100 65.2
CI 59.1 / 70.8
SE 2.965








Country of birth









Outside US 75.0
CI 64.3 / 83.3
SE 4.802








US 71.8
CI 68.1 / 75.2
SE 1.787








Disability status









People with activity limitations 80.9
CI 68.8 / 89.1
SE 5.085








People without activity limitations 71.3
CI 67.7 / 74.7
SE 1.769








Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 66.1
CI 57.2 / 74.1
SE 4.300








Metropolitan 73.4
CI 69.4 / 77.0
SE 1.921








Health insurance status









Insured 72.7
CI 69.1 / 76.1
SE 1.746








   Private 79.4
CI 75.3 / 82.9
SE 1.901








   Public 59.4
CI 53.3 / 65.2
SE 3.001








Uninsured 65.0
CI 51.6 / 76.4
SE 6.347








Marital status









Never married 72.2
CI 68.6 / 75.6
SE 1.757








Cohabiting partner DSU









Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adolescent females who have never had sexual intercourse (percent, ≤15 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 85.4 (2006-2010)
2020 Target: 93.91
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006-20102        
Total 85.4
CI 79.8 / 89.7
SE 2.485








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 84.0
CI 77.7 / 88.8
SE 2.797








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 83.9
CI 73.6 / 90.6
SE 4.245








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 87.1
CI 80.1 / 91.8
SE 2.924








Black or African American only 84.6
CI 74.6 / 91.1
SE 4.113








White only 88.2
CI 82.0 / 92.5
SE 2.610








Hispanic or Latino 92.8
CI 79.0 / 97.8
SE 4.148








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









<100 85.6
CI 77.2 / 91.2
SE 3.483








500+ DSU









400-499 DSU









200-399 86.1
CI 75.3 / 92.6
SE 4.271








100-199 82.8
CI 71.1 / 90.4
SE 4.817








Country of birth









US 84.8
CI 78.9 / 89.3
SE 2.595








Outside US DSU









Disability status









People with activity limitations DSU









People without activity limitations 86.9
CI 81.1 / 91.1
SE 2.496








Geographic location









Metropolitan 88.8
CI 83.5 / 92.6
SE 2.257








Non-metropolitan 71.1
CI 53.7 / 83.9
SE 7.766








Health insurance status









Insured 85.9
CI 80.4 / 90.1
SE 2.424








   Private 91.0
CI 85.8 / 94.4
SE 2.130








   Public 78.4
CI 68.2 / 85.9
SE 4.456








Uninsured DSU









Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adolescent males who have never had sexual intercourse (percent,  ≤15 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 84.3 (2006-2010)
2020 Target: 92.71
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006-20102        
Total 84.3
CI 79.7 / 88.1
SE 2.112








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 85.2
CI 79.7 / 89.4
SE 2.434








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 71.8
CI 60.4 / 80.9
SE 5.192








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 89.1
CI 82.4 / 93.5
SE 2.735








White only 87.9
CI 82.2 / 92.0
SE 2.433








Hispanic or Latino 81.1
CI 70.7 / 88.4
SE 4.451








Black or African American only 69.8
CI 59.0 / 78.7
SE 5.013








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









<100 79.2
CI 69.3 / 86.6
SE 4.362








400-499 DSU









200-399 91.1
CI 84.9 / 94.9
SE 2.450








100-199 87.3
CI 76.8 / 93.5
SE 4.102








500+ DSU









Country of birth









Outside US DSU









US 84.3
CI 79.5 / 88.1
SE 2.167








Disability status









People with activity limitations DSU









People without activity limitations 83.5
CI 78.7 / 87.4
SE 2.172








Geographic location









Metropolitan 85.6
CI 80.8 / 89.4
SE 2.169








Non-metropolitan 78.5
CI 64.3 / 88.0
SE 5.988








Health insurance status









Insured 83.7
CI 78.6 / 87.7
SE 2.287








   Public 77.7
CI 68.9 / 84.6
SE 3.957








   Private 86.6
CI 79.9 / 91.3
SE 2.841








Uninsured DSU









Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Condom use at first intercourse by sexually active adolescent females (percent, 15–19 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 68.0 (2006-2010)
2020 Target: 74.81
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006-20102        
Total 68.0
CI 63.9 / 71.9
SE 1.999








Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino 65.4
CI 58.2 / 72.1
SE 3.517








Not Hispanic or Latino 68.6
CI 63.8 / 73.1
SE 2.346








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 64.1
CI 54.5 / 72.6
SE 4.613








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 70.7
CI 65.4 / 75.6
SE 2.582








Black or African American only 64.6
CI 55.5 / 72.7
SE 4.375








White only 69.9
CI 65.1 / 74.2
SE 2.309








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









100-199 75.0
CI 68.1 / 80.8
SE 3.219








200-399 71.8
CI 64.1 / 78.4
SE 3.624








500+ DSU









400-499 79.3
CI 60.8 / 90.4
SE 7.470








<100 58.6
CI 51.7 / 65.1
SE 3.401








Family type









Single parent with children 45.9
CI 34.4 / 57.9
SE 6.046








Two parent family with children DSU









Single 72.0
CI 67.2 / 76.4
SE 2.321








Married couple or partners DSU









Country of birth









US 68.2
CI 63.9 / 72.3
SE 2.120








Outside US DSU









Disability status









People with activity limitations 58.7
CI 44.6 / 71.5
SE 6.944








People without activity limitations 68.8
CI 64.4 / 72.9
SE 2.138








Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 56.6
CI 46.9 / 65.8
SE 4.821








Metropolitan 71.8
CI 67.6 / 75.7
SE 2.054








Health insurance status









Insured 68.6
CI 64.5 / 72.4
SE 1.992








   Public 54.2
CI 47.2 / 61.1
SE 3.516








   Private 78.5
CI 73.0 / 83.1
SE 2.549








Uninsured 64.4
CI 53.0 / 74.3
SE 5.432








Marital status









Cohabiting partner 69.3
CI 64.7 / 73.5
SE 2.235








Never married 62.9
CI 48.4 / 75.4
SE 6.968








Married DSU









Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Condom use at first intercourse by sexually active adolescent males (percent, 15–19 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 79.6 (2006-2010)
2020 Target: 87.61
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006-20102        
Total 79.6
CI 75.4 / 83.2
SE 1.961








Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino 78.5
CI 71.4 / 84.2
SE 3.229








Not Hispanic or Latino 79.8
CI 74.9 / 84.0
SE 2.292








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 79.6
CI 72.3 / 85.4
SE 3.320








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 80.9
CI 74.5 / 86.0
SE 2.888








White only 79.9
CI 74.4 / 84.5
SE 2.536








Black or African American only 80.7
CI 73.8 / 86.1
SE 3.096








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









100-199 81.1
CI 73.2 / 87.1
SE 3.496








400-499 83.3
CI 65.9 / 92.8
SE 6.644








<100 71.7
CI 63.3 / 78.8
SE 3.923








200-399 81.9
CI 74.6 / 87.5
SE 3.234








500+ DSU









Family type









Single 80.5
CI 76.2 / 84.3
SE 2.041








Single parent with children DSU









Two parent family with children DSU









Married couple or partners DSU









Country of birth









Outside US 80.2
CI 69.3 / 87.9
SE 4.665








US 79.4
CI 74.9 / 83.3
SE 2.134








Disability status









People with activity limitations 74.1
CI 57.5 / 85.8
SE 7.238








People without activity limitations 80.0
CI 75.4 / 83.9
SE 2.120








Geographic location









Metropolitan 79.0
CI 74.5 / 83.0
SE 2.128








Non-metropolitan 81.5
CI 70.5 / 89.0
SE 4.634








Health insurance status









Insured 80.9
CI 76.4 / 84.8
SE 2.103








   Public 76.8
CI 70.4 / 82.2
SE 2.963








   Private 83.5
CI 76.7 / 88.6
SE 2.990








Uninsured 73.1
CI 60.6 / 82.8
SE 5.657








Marital status









Never married 80.5
CI 76.0 / 84.3
SE 2.086








Cohabiting partner DSU









Married DSU









Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Condom use at last intercourse by sexually active adolescent females (percent, 15–19 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 50.5 (2006-2010)
2020 Target: 55.61
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006-20102        
Total 50.5
CI 45.1 / 55.9
SE 2.731








Race/Ethnicity









White only 49.9
CI 43.3 / 56.5
SE 3.350








Not Hispanic or Latino 51.9
CI 46.1 / 57.6
SE 2.913








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 50.9
CI 43.9 / 57.9
SE 3.551








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 57.8
CI 47.5 / 67.4
SE 5.070








Black or African American only 57.2
CI 47.2 / 66.8
SE 4.999








Hispanic or Latino 44.0
CI 32.5 / 56.1
SE 6.049








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









<100 41.8
CI 33.2 / 51.0
SE 4.527








400-499 DSU









200-399 48.8
CI 39.9 / 57.7
SE 4.537








100-199 64.7
CI 55.8 / 72.6
SE 4.281








500+ DSU









Family type









Married couple or partners DSU









Single 58.7
CI 52.3 / 64.8
SE 3.172








Two parent family with children DSU









Single parent with children DSU









Country of birth









US 50.6
CI 45.3 / 55.9
SE 2.663








Outside US DSU









Disability status









People with activity limitations DSU









People without activity limitations 51.6
CI 46.3 / 56.9
SE 2.688








Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 53.6
CI 40.6 / 66.1
SE 6.575








Metropolitan 49.4
CI 43.8 / 55.1
SE 2.876








Health insurance status









Insured 51.0
CI 45.4 / 56.7
SE 2.850








   Public 43.6
CI 35.8 / 51.6
SE 4.006








   Private 56.2
CI 49.1 / 63.1
SE 3.538








Uninsured 47.0
CI 34.6 / 59.8
SE 6.490








Marital status









Married DSU









Never married 56.0
CI 49.8 / 62.0
SE 3.080








Cohabiting partner DSU









Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Condom use at last intercourse by sexually active adolescent males (percent, 15–19 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 74.1 (2006-2010)
2020 Target: 81.51
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006-20102        
Total 74.1
CI 69.4 / 78.3
SE 2.264








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 76.5
CI 70.8 / 81.4
SE 2.687








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 76.2
CI 68.1 / 82.7
SE 3.680








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 79.0
CI 69.9 / 85.9
SE 4.038








Black or African American only 79.0
CI 70.7 / 85.5
SE 3.731








White only 73.5
CI 66.9 / 79.2
SE 3.094








Hispanic or Latino 64.3
CI 55.7 / 72.1
SE 4.184








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









200-399 71.9
CI 61.8 / 80.2
SE 4.671








<100 71.5
CI 63.0 / 78.7
SE 3.986








100-199 76.3
CI 66.1 / 84.2
SE 4.568








400-499 95.2
CI 87.1 / 98.3
SE 2.484








500+ DSU









Family type









Single 77.0
CI 71.9 / 81.4
SE 2.410








Two parent family with children DSU









Single parent with children DSU









Married couple or partners DSU









Country of birth









US 73.8
CI 68.6 / 78.3
SE 2.447








Outside US DSU









Disability status









People with activity limitations DSU









People without activity limitations 73.6
CI 68.9 / 77.9
SE 2.279








Geographic location









Metropolitan 72.8
CI 67.4 / 77.7
SE 2.611








Non-metropolitan 79.2
CI 68.6 / 86.9
SE 4.619








Health insurance status









Uninsured 57.2
CI 44.5 / 69.1
SE 6.338








Insured 77.6
CI 72.7 / 81.9
SE 2.327








   Private 79.3
CI 72.6 / 84.8
SE 3.067








   Public 74.9
CI 67.4 / 81.2
SE 3.470








Marital status









Never married 77.5
CI 72.4 / 81.8
SE 2.361








Cohabiting partner DSU









Married DSU









Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Condom and hormonal or intrauterine contraception use at first intercourse by sexually active adolescent females (percent, 15–19 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 14.0 (2006-2010)
2020 Target: 15.41
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006-20102        
Total 14.0
CI 11.3 / 17.2
SE 1.473








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 16.0
CI 12.9 / 19.8
SE 1.735








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino DSU









   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 19.6
CI 15.5 / 24.6
SE 2.303








Black or African American only DSU









White only 17.2
CI 13.6 / 21.5
SE 1.991








Hispanic or Latino DSU









Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









<100 DSU









100-199 DSU









200-399 DSU









400-499 DSU









500+ DSU









Family type









Two parent family with children DSU









Single 14.9
CI 11.8 / 18.7
SE 1.739








Married couple or partners DSU









Single parent with children DSU









Country of birth









US 14.3
CI 11.5 / 17.7
SE 1.547








Outside US DSU









Disability status









People with activity limitations DSU









People without activity limitations 13.9
CI 11.2 / 17.2
SE 1.514








Geographic location









Non-metropolitan DSU









Metropolitan 12.3
CI 9.5 / 15.7
SE 1.554








Health insurance status









Insured 15.1
CI 12.2 / 18.7
SE 1.639








   Public DSU









   Private 18.2
CI 14.5 / 22.7
SE 2.066








Uninsured DSU









Marital status









Cohabiting partner 14.1
CI 11.2 / 17.6
SE 1.602








Married DSU









Never married DSU









Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Condom and hormonal or intrauterine contraception use at first intercourse by sexually active adolescent males (percent, 15–19 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 15.7 (2006-2010)
2020 Target: 17.31
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006-20102        
Total 15.7
CI 12.4 / 19.7
SE 1.836








Race/Ethnicity









White only 19.0
CI 14.4 / 24.7
SE 2.601








Not Hispanic or Latino 17.6
CI 13.8 / 22.1
SE 2.098








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino DSU









   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 21.3
CI 16.3 / 27.5
SE 2.831








Hispanic or Latino DSU









Black or African American only DSU









Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









100-199 DSU









<100 DSU









200-399 DSU









500+ DSU









400-499 DSU









Family type









Single 15.7
CI 12.4 / 19.6
SE 1.810








Two parent family with children DSU









Married couple or partners DSU









Single parent with children DSU









Country of birth









US 16.6
CI 13.0 / 21.0
SE 2.002








Outside US DSU









Disability status









People with activity limitations DSU









People without activity limitations 15.9
CI 12.2 / 20.3
SE 2.024








Geographic location









Metropolitan 13.2
CI 10.0 / 17.0
SE 1.757








Non-metropolitan DSU









Health insurance status









Insured 16.3
CI 12.8 / 20.6
SE 1.951








   Private 19.0
CI 14.3 / 24.9
SE 2.670








   Public DSU









Uninsured DSU









Marital status









Married DSU









Cohabiting partner DSU









Never married 15.7
CI 12.5 / 19.7
SE 1.811








Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Condom and hormonal or intrauterine contraception use at last intercourse by sexually active adolescent females (percent, 15–19 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 18.3 (2006-2010)
2020 Target: 20.11
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006-20102        
Total 18.3
CI 14.6 / 22.7
SE 2.021








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 19.7
CI 15.5 / 24.7
SE 2.305








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino DSU









   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 22.2
CI 17.0 / 28.4
SE 2.873








Black or African American only DSU









White only 21.2
CI 16.5 / 26.8
SE 2.585








Hispanic or Latino DSU









Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









500+ DSU









100-199 DSU









400-499 DSU









<100 DSU









200-399 DSU









Family type









Single 21.7
CI 17.2 / 27.0
SE 2.469








Single parent with children DSU









Married couple or partners DSU









Two parent family with children DSU









Country of birth









Outside US DSU









US 18.2
CI 14.5 / 22.6
SE 2.045








Disability status









People with activity limitations DSU









People without activity limitations 18.7
CI 14.9 / 23.1
SE 2.054








Geographic location









Metropolitan 14.8
CI 11.0 / 19.6
SE 2.157








Non-metropolitan DSU









Health insurance status









Insured 19.1
CI 15.2 / 23.8
SE 2.182








   Public DSU









   Private 22.8
CI 17.7 / 29.0
SE 2.837








Uninsured DSU









Marital status









Cohabiting partner DSU









Married DSU









Never married 20.8
CI 16.6 / 25.7
SE 2.297








Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Condom and hormonal or intrauterine contraception use at last intercourse by sexually active adolescent males (percent, 15–19 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 32.1 (2006-2010)
2020 Target: 35.31
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006-20102        
Total 32.1
CI 26.9 / 37.8
SE 2.739








Race/Ethnicity









White only 36.3
CI 29.3 / 44.0
SE 3.730








Hispanic or Latino DSU









Not Hispanic or Latino 35.4
CI 29.5 / 41.9
SE 3.128








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 26.9
CI 19.6 / 35.8
SE 4.101








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 40.2
CI 32.2 / 48.8
SE 4.238








Black or African American only 26.7
CI 19.4 / 35.4
SE 4.047








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









<100 27.4
CI 20.2 / 36.0
SE 3.992








500+ DSU









100-199 DSU









400-499 DSU









200-399 33.7
CI 25.6 / 42.8
SE 4.367








Family type









Two parent family with children DSU









Single 33.2
CI 27.6 / 39.3
SE 2.948








Single parent with children DSU









Married couple or partners DSU









Country of birth









Outside US DSU









US 33.2
CI 27.8 / 39.0
SE 2.833








Disability status









People without activity limitations 32.1
CI 26.9 / 37.7
SE 2.735








People with activity limitations DSU









Geographic location









Metropolitan 31.3
CI 25.5 / 37.6
SE 3.062








Non-metropolitan DSU









Health insurance status









Insured 34.2
CI 28.2 / 40.9
SE 3.220








   Public 24.9
CI 18.4 / 32.9
SE 3.675








   Private 40.1
CI 32.3 / 48.4
SE 4.092








Uninsured DSU









Marital status









Married DSU









Cohabiting partner DSU









Never married 33.4
CI 27.8 / 39.5
SE 2.946








Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adolescent females who received formal education on abstinence before age 18 years (percent, 15–19 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 88.7 (2006-2010)
2020 Target: 97.61
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006-20102        
Total 88.7
CI 86.1 / 90.8
SE 1.161








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 90.0
CI 87.7 / 91.9
SE 1.049








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 89.4
CI 85.5 / 92.3
SE 1.710








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 90.6
CI 87.9 / 92.8
SE 1.221








Black or African American only 88.3
CI 84.5 / 91.2
SE 1.685








White only 88.9
CI 85.7 / 91.4
SE 1.440








Hispanic or Latino 82.7
CI 75.7 / 88.0
SE 3.095








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









<100 84.5
CI 80.0 / 88.2
SE 2.037








200-399 90.8
CI 87.5 / 93.2
SE 1.437








400-499 93.6
CI 84.8 / 97.4
SE 2.913








500+ 92.2
CI 82.2 / 96.8
SE 3.408








100-199 89.2
CI 85.4 / 92.2
SE 1.700








Family type









Married couple or partners 91.7
CI 79.0 / 97.0
SE 4.129








Single 89.1
CI 86.8 / 91.1
SE 1.059








Two parent family with children 87.5
CI 75.2 / 94.2
SE 4.603








Single parent with children 75.6
CI 58.7 / 87.1
SE 7.254








Country of birth









US 89.2
CI 86.9 / 91.1
SE 1.063








Outside US 80.6
CI 66.3 / 89.8
SE 5.914








Disability status









People with activity limitations 89.8
CI 82.8 / 94.1
SE 2.782








People without activity limitations 88.6
CI 85.9 / 90.8
SE 1.217








Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 92.1
CI 85.1 / 96.0
SE 2.621








Metropolitan 87.8
CI 85.0 / 90.2
SE 1.305








Health insurance status









Uninsured 88.9
CI 83.5 / 92.8
SE 2.305








Insured 88.6
CI 86.1 / 90.7
SE 1.165








   Private 89.1
CI 86.1 / 91.5
SE 1.335








   Public 87.7
CI 84.2 / 90.5
SE 1.579








Marital status









Married DSU









Never married 88.6
CI 86.1 / 90.6
SE 1.131








Cohabiting partner 93.5
CI 86.6 / 97.0
SE 2.461








Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adolescent males who received formal education on abstinence before age 18 years (percent, 15–19 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 82.5 (2006-2010)
2020 Target: 90.81
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006-20102        
Total 82.5
CI 80.1 / 84.6
SE 1.143








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 83.8
CI 81.1 / 86.2
SE 1.277








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 79.2
CI 73.1 / 84.3
SE 2.809








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 85.4
CI 82.3 / 88.1
SE 1.454








Black or African American only 79.3
CI 73.5 / 84.2
SE 2.679








White only 83.9
CI 81.1 / 86.4
SE 1.345








Hispanic or Latino 76.8
CI 72.1 / 81.0
SE 2.243








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









100-199 82.4
CI 77.4 / 86.4
SE 2.269








500+ 81.2
CI 65.8 / 90.7
SE 6.228








400-499 87.4
CI 79.2 / 92.6
SE 3.332








<100 77.4
CI 72.8 / 81.4
SE 2.166








200-399 84.8
CI 81.0 / 88.0
SE 1.756








Family type









Single 82.6
CI 80.3 / 84.8
SE 1.131








Two parent family with children DSU









Married couple or partners DSU









Single parent with children DSU









Country of birth









US 83.4
CI 80.9 / 85.6
SE 1.167








Outside US 73.8
CI 66.3 / 80.1
SE 3.493








Disability status









People without activity limitations 82.1
CI 79.8 / 84.3
SE 1.147








People with activity limitations 86.4
CI 76.8 / 92.4
SE 3.852








Geographic location









Metropolitan 81.6
CI 78.9 / 84.1
SE 1.311








Non-metropolitan 86.2
CI 81.2 / 90.0
SE 2.203








Health insurance status









Insured 83.9
CI 81.3 / 86.2
SE 1.226








   Private 86.1
CI 83.0 / 88.7
SE 1.420








   Public 79.0
CI 74.0 / 83.3
SE 2.344








Uninsured 72.5
CI 65.0 / 78.8
SE 3.477








Marital status









Married DSU









Cohabiting partner DSU









Never married 82.8
CI 80.5 / 84.9
SE 1.107








Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adolescent females who received formal education on birth control before age 18 years (percent, 15–19 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 70.5 (2006-2010)
2020 Target: 77.61
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006-20102        
Total 70.5
CI 67.1 / 73.6
SE 1.648








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 71.1
CI 66.9 / 75.0
SE 2.021








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 71.4
CI 65.9 / 76.4
SE 2.631








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 67.8
CI 62.4 / 72.7
SE 2.585








Black or African American only 67.7
CI 62.4 / 72.5
SE 2.534








Hispanic or Latino 67.6
CI 62.1 / 72.6
SE 2.644








White only 70.8
CI 66.3 / 75.0
SE 2.197








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









200-399 72.9
CI 68.1 / 77.3
SE 2.341








<100 66.2
CI 60.4 / 71.5
SE 2.818








500+ 77.9
CI 64.8 / 87.0
SE 5.619








100-199 68.7
CI 62.5 / 74.4
SE 2.997








400-499 80.5
CI 70.8 / 87.5
SE 4.195








Family type









Single 69.5
CI 65.9 / 73.0
SE 1.798








Two parent family with children 85.9
CI 71.8 / 93.6
SE 5.313








Single parent with children 67.4
CI 50.5 / 80.7
SE 7.803








Married couple or partners 88.4
CI 75.4 / 95.0
SE 4.702








Country of birth









US 70.0
CI 66.5 / 73.3
SE 1.728








Outside US 77.1
CI 68.2 / 84.1
SE 4.005








Disability status









People with activity limitations 69.7
CI 57.9 / 79.3
SE 5.472








People without activity limitations 70.5
CI 67.3 / 73.6
SE 1.600








Geographic location









Metropolitan 70.4
CI 66.5 / 74.0
SE 1.905








Non-metropolitan 70.8
CI 63.7 / 77.1
SE 3.389








Health insurance status









Insured 70.0
CI 66.2 / 73.5
SE 1.835








   Public 67.4
CI 62.3 / 72.1
SE 2.484








   Private 71.3
CI 66.6 / 75.6
SE 2.263








Uninsured 74.2
CI 67.8 / 79.6
SE 2.974








Marital status









Cohabiting partner 87.6
CI 78.0 / 93.4
SE 3.769








Married DSU









Never married 69.5
CI 66.0 / 72.8
SE 1.713








Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adolescent males who received formal education on birth control before age 18 years (percent, 15–19 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 60.8 (2006-2010)
2020 Target: 66.91
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006-20102        
Total 60.8
CI 57.6 / 64.0
SE 1.609








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 61.2
CI 57.5 / 64.8
SE 1.840








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 62.5
CI 57.7 / 67.0
SE 2.352








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 53.1
CI 46.0 / 60.0
SE 3.568








Hispanic or Latino 59.0
CI 53.2 / 64.5
SE 2.854








Black or African American only 54.6
CI 47.9 / 61.1
SE 3.361








White only 61.8
CI 57.7 / 65.8
SE 2.042








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









400-499 71.8
CI 60.9 / 80.7
SE 5.039








100-199 56.4
CI 49.9 / 62.8
SE 3.278








<100 54.2
CI 48.6 / 59.7
SE 2.797








200-399 65.4
CI 60.2 / 70.2
SE 2.536








500+ 63.3
CI 46.5 / 77.5
SE 8.044








Family type









Single 61.1
CI 57.9 / 64.3
SE 1.610








Married couple or partners DSU









Two parent family with children DSU









Single parent with children DSU









Country of birth









US 60.4
CI 57.0 / 63.7
SE 1.677








Outside US 65.0
CI 55.8 / 73.1
SE 4.406








Disability status









People with activity limitations 58.0
CI 47.8 / 67.6
SE 5.053








People without activity limitations 61.1
CI 57.8 / 64.2
SE 1.619








Geographic location









Metropolitan 61.3
CI 57.8 / 64.6
SE 1.700








Non-metropolitan 58.9
CI 49.9 / 67.4
SE 4.446








Health insurance status









Insured 61.4
CI 58.0 / 64.8
SE 1.710








   Public 50.1
CI 44.7 / 55.5
SE 2.746








   Private 66.5
CI 62.3 / 70.4
SE 2.050








Uninsured 56.6
CI 49.5 / 63.4
SE 3.533








Marital status









Married DSU









Cohabiting partner DSU









Never married 61.3
CI 58.1 / 64.4
SE 1.591








Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adolescent females who received formal education on HIV/AIDS prevention before age 18 years (percent, 15–19 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 89.3 (2006-2010)
2020 Target: 98.21
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006-20102        
Total 89.3
CI 87.3 / 91.0
SE 0.938








Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino 89.5
CI 85.8 / 92.4
SE 1.647








Not Hispanic or Latino 89.3
CI 87.0 / 91.2
SE 1.058








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 89.4
CI 86.7 / 91.5
SE 1.202








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 88.7
CI 84.4 / 92.0
SE 1.889








White only 89.2
CI 86.9 / 91.2
SE 1.095








Black or African American only 88.4
CI 84.1 / 91.6
SE 1.876








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









<100 86.5
CI 82.2 / 89.9
SE 1.924








400-499 89.8
CI 79.9 / 95.1
SE 3.658








100-199 89.7
CI 85.7 / 92.7
SE 1.758








500+ 90.8
CI 83.1 / 95.2
SE 2.949








200-399 91.5
CI 88.4 / 93.8
SE 1.347








Family type









Two parent family with children 94.7
CI 85.0 / 98.3
SE 2.905








Married couple or partners 97.0
CI 91.0 / 99.0
SE 1.704








Single parent with children 87.9
CI 74.1 / 94.8
SE 4.980








Single 89.0
CI 86.9 / 90.8
SE 0.985








Country of birth









US 89.4
CI 87.4 / 91.2
SE 0.960








Outside US 87.7
CI 81.3 / 92.2
SE 2.697








Disability status









People without activity limitations 89.1
CI 87.0 / 91.0
SE 0.991








People with activity limitations 91.5
CI 84.8 / 95.4
SE 2.573








Geographic location









Metropolitan 88.9
CI 86.8 / 90.7
SE 1.002








Non-metropolitan 91.1
CI 84.9 / 94.8
SE 2.426








Health insurance status









Insured 89.4
CI 87.2 / 91.3
SE 1.021








   Public 88.6
CI 85.0 / 91.5
SE 1.616








   Private 89.8
CI 87.1 / 92.0
SE 1.244








Uninsured 88.6
CI 84.4 / 91.9
SE 1.868








Marital status









Never married 88.9
CI 86.8 / 90.7
SE 0.981








Cohabiting partner 98.0
CI 94.5 / 99.3
SE 1.026








Married DSU









Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adolescent males who received formal education on HIV/AIDS prevention before age 18 years (percent, 15–19 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 87.9 (2006-2010)
2020 Target: 96.71
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006-20102        
Total 87.9
CI 85.8 / 89.7
SE 0.985








Race/Ethnicity









White only 87.1
CI 84.5 / 89.3
SE 1.190








Hispanic or Latino 87.1
CI 82.9 / 90.5
SE 1.890








Not Hispanic or Latino 88.1
CI 85.5 / 90.2
SE 1.167








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 86.3
CI 81.8 / 89.8
SE 2.017








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 87.8
CI 84.9 / 90.2
SE 1.339








Black or African American only 86.4
CI 82.1 / 89.7
SE 1.902








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









<100 85.0
CI 80.7 / 88.4
SE 1.951








100-199 85.1
CI 80.2 / 88.9
SE 2.172








400-499 92.0
CI 85.9 / 95.6
SE 2.364








500+ 97.4
CI 90.8 / 99.3
SE 1.705








200-399 90.1
CI 87.2 / 92.4
SE 1.300








Family type









Married couple or partners DSU









Two parent family with children DSU









Single parent with children DSU









Single 87.9
CI 85.8 / 89.7
SE 0.997








Country of birth









US 87.8
CI 85.5 / 89.7
SE 1.043








Outside US 89.2
CI 82.6 / 93.5
SE 2.688








Disability status









People without activity limitations 87.5
CI 85.4 / 89.4
SE 1.007








People with activity limitations 91.9
CI 86.7 / 95.2
SE 2.081








Geographic location









Metropolitan 87.1
CI 84.7 / 89.1
SE 1.115








Non-metropolitan 91.3
CI 86.2 / 94.6
SE 2.064








Health insurance status









Insured 88.4
CI 86.4 / 90.1
SE 0.921








   Public 86.7
CI 82.3 / 90.1
SE 1.960








   Private 89.1
CI 86.5 / 91.3
SE 1.199








Uninsured 84.5
CI 77.1 / 89.8
SE 3.166








Marital status









Married DSU









Cohabiting partner DSU









Never married 88.0
CI 85.9 / 89.8
SE 0.979








Divorced or separated DSU









Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adolescent females who received formal education on STDs before age 18 years (percent, 15–19 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 93.8 (2006-2010)
2020 Target: 95.81
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006-20102        
Total 93.8
CI 92.3 / 95.0
SE 0.677








Race/Ethnicity









White only 93.8
CI 91.7 / 95.4
SE 0.914








Black or African American only 92.0
CI 88.5 / 94.5
SE 1.490








Not Hispanic or Latino 94.2
CI 92.4 / 95.6
SE 0.809








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 94.3
CI 91.9 / 96.1
SE 1.028








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 91.9
CI 88.3 / 94.5
SE 1.531








Hispanic or Latino 92.1
CI 88.7 / 94.6
SE 1.456








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









200-399 95.9
CI 94.0 / 97.3
SE 0.798








100-199 94.0
CI 91.0 / 96.1
SE 1.256








400-499 95.2
CI 85.3 / 98.5
SE 2.822








<100 90.7
CI 87.3 / 93.3
SE 1.504








500+ 98.1
CI 91.0 / 99.6
SE 1.540








Family type









Single parent with children 90.3
CI 75.0 / 96.7
SE 5.009








Married couple or partners 96.0
CI 89.8 / 98.5
SE 1.950








Two parent family with children 93.7
CI 82.9 / 97.9
SE 3.328








Single 93.9
CI 92.4 / 95.1
SE 0.668








Country of birth









US 93.9
CI 92.3 / 95.1
SE 0.719








Outside US 93.6
CI 88.5 / 96.5
SE 1.945








Disability status









People with activity limitations 95.9
CI 90.6 / 98.3
SE 1.752








People without activity limitations 93.7
CI 92.0 / 95.0
SE 0.735








Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 95.9
CI 90.3 / 98.3
SE 1.827








Metropolitan 93.3
CI 91.8 / 94.6
SE 0.712








Health insurance status









Insured 93.7
CI 92.1 / 95.1
SE 0.740








   Private 94.1
CI 91.9 / 95.7
SE 0.940








   Public 93.1
CI 90.2 / 95.3
SE 1.265








Uninsured 94.5
CI 91.7 / 96.4
SE 1.171








Marital status









Married DSU









Cohabiting partner 97.5
CI 93.9 / 99.0
SE 1.131








Never married 93.7
CI 92.2 / 95.0
SE 0.712








Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adolescent males who received formal education on STDs before age 18 years (percent, 15–19 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 91.8 (2006-2010)
2020 Target: 93.81
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006-20102        
Total 91.8
CI 90.1 / 93.2
SE 0.769








Race/Ethnicity









White only 91.5
CI 89.3 / 93.3
SE 0.994








Not Hispanic or Latino 92.1
CI 90.1 / 93.7
SE 0.899








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 92.0
CI 89.4 / 94.0
SE 1.137








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 89.7
CI 85.1 / 93.0
SE 1.964








Black or African American only 89.5
CI 85.2 / 92.6
SE 1.867








Hispanic or Latino 90.6
CI 88.1 / 92.6
SE 1.132








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









200-399 93.5
CI 91.1 / 95.3
SE 1.033








400-499 96.0
CI 92.2 / 98.0
SE 1.368








100-199 89.9
CI 86.8 / 92.4
SE 1.410








<100 89.0
CI 85.4 / 91.8
SE 1.604








500+ 97.1
CI 81.5 / 99.6
SE 2.852








Family type









Single 91.8
CI 90.1 / 93.3
SE 0.799








Married couple or partners DSU









Single parent with children DSU









Two parent family with children DSU









Country of birth









US 91.9
CI 90.2 / 93.4
SE 0.795








Outside US 90.1
CI 85.3 / 93.5
SE 2.025








Disability status









People without activity limitations 91.4
CI 89.7 / 92.9
SE 0.811








People with activity limitations 96.4
CI 93.1 / 98.1
SE 1.196








Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 94.8
CI 91.0 / 97.0
SE 1.458








Metropolitan 91.1
CI 89.2 / 92.7
SE 0.869








Health insurance status









Insured 91.9
CI 90.1 / 93.4
SE 0.824








   Private 92.7
CI 90.4 / 94.5
SE 1.022








   Public 90.2
CI 87.3 / 92.5
SE 1.320








Uninsured 90.9
CI 85.4 / 94.4
SE 2.215








Marital status









Married DSU









Divorced or separated DSU









Cohabiting partner DSU









Never married 91.9
CI 90.2 / 93.3
SE 0.771








Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adolescent females who talked to a parent about abstinence before age 18 years (percent, 15–19 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 61.4 (2006-2010)
2020 Target: 67.51
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006-20102        
Total 61.4
CI 58.5 / 64.3
SE 1.480








Race/Ethnicity









White only 61.5
CI 57.7 / 65.1
SE 1.861








Not Hispanic or Latino 62.6
CI 59.4 / 65.7
SE 1.595








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 68.5
CI 63.3 / 73.2
SE 2.519








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 63.1
CI 59.1 / 66.8
SE 1.954








Black or African American only 68.3
CI 63.3 / 72.9
SE 2.427








Hispanic or Latino 56.3
CI 49.6 / 62.7
SE 3.304








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









100-199 61.9
CI 56.1 / 67.4
SE 2.872








500+ DSU









200-399 65.7
CI 60.8 / 70.3
SE 2.415








<100 58.8
CI 54.2 / 63.4
SE 2.324








400-499 55.5
CI 44.8 / 65.7
SE 5.335








Family type









Two parent family with children DSU









Married couple or partners DSU









Single 62.9
CI 59.8 / 65.8
SE 1.507








Single parent with children 47.3
CI 33.3 / 61.7
SE 7.361








Country of birth









Outside US 47.1
CI 35.8 / 58.8
SE 5.903








US 62.4
CI 59.4 / 65.3
SE 1.479








Disability status









People without activity limitations 61.4
CI 58.3 / 64.5
SE 1.554








People with activity limitations 61.4
CI 52.3 / 69.7
SE 4.414








Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 57.6
CI 49.8 / 65.0
SE 3.851








Metropolitan 62.4
CI 59.3 / 65.3
SE 1.526








Health insurance status









Insured 63.6
CI 60.6 / 66.4
SE 1.472








   Public 60.4
CI 54.9 / 65.6
SE 2.721








   Private 65.1
CI 61.7 / 68.4
SE 1.693








Uninsured 44.2
CI 36.4 / 52.2
SE 3.996








Marital status









Never married 62.3
CI 59.3 / 65.2
SE 1.482








Married DSU









Cohabiting partner 48.6
CI 36.4 / 61.1
SE 6.353








Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adolescent males who talked to a parent about abstinence before age 18 years (percent, 15–19 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 41.2 (2006-2010)
2020 Target: 45.31
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006-20102        
Total 41.2
CI 38.0 / 44.5
SE 1.642








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 44.0
CI 40.6 / 47.6
SE 1.764








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 45.2
CI 40.9 / 49.6
SE 2.175








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 43.7
CI 38.5 / 49.1
SE 2.683








Black or African American only 42.7
CI 37.4 / 48.2
SE 2.721








Hispanic or Latino 28.7
CI 23.8 / 34.3
SE 2.652