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Hearing and Other Sensory or Communication Disorders

Newborns receiving hearing screening before age 1 month (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 82.0 (2007)
2020 Target: 90.2
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2007 2008 2009 2010  
Total 82.0

89.0

91.0

91.0



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.

Infants with possible hearing loss receiving hearing evaluation before age 3 months (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 66.0 (2007)
2020 Target: 72.6
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2007 2008 2009 2010  
Total 66.0

68.0

68.0

72.0



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.

Infants with hearing loss receiving intervention services before age 6 months (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 50.0 (2007)
2020 Target: 55.0
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2007 2008 2009 2010  
Total 50.0

47.0

60.0

55.0



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.

Otitis media in children and adolescents (per 1,000 population, <18 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 246.6 (2007)
2020 Target: 221.5
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2007 2009 2010    
Total 246.6
CI 203.6 / 289.7
SE 21.96
247.5
CI 198.4 / 296.5
SE 25.007
256.1
CI 209.1 / 303.0
SE 23.951




Sex









Male 261.8
CI 214.0 / 309.5
SE 24.375
256.2
CI 209.1 / 303.2
SE 23.998
284.6
CI 229.5 / 339.6
SE 28.108




Female 230.8
CI 175.1 / 286.4
SE 28.391
238.4
CI 180.0 / 296.8
SE 29.797
226.2
CI 178.8 / 273.7
SE 24.215




Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 247.3
CI 199.1 / 295.5
SE 24.602
256.3
CI 202.5 / 310.1
SE 27.458
276.4
CI 220.1 / 332.7
SE 28.706




   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 273.0
CI 219.7 / 326.3
SE 27.193
297.6
CI 227.0 / 368.3
SE 36.032
307.0
CI 240.7 / 373.2
SE 33.812




   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 231.0
CI 113.6 / 348.4
SE 59.9
129.0
CI 90.4 / 167.7
SE 19.724
227.9
CI 138.6 / 317.2
SE 45.563




White only 264.8
CI 219.0 / 310.6
SE 23.357
278.2
CI 216.7 / 339.7
SE 31.392
277.3
CI 224.3 / 330.4
SE 27.067




Hispanic or Latino 244.1
CI 150.6 / 337.5
SE 47.67
216.8
CI 133.5 / 300.1
SE 42.5
188.1
CI 128.7 / 247.5
SE 30.31




Black or African American only 243.3
CI 131.0 / 355.6
SE 57.295
130.3
CI 93.1 / 167.5
SE 18.961
218.1
CI 134.9 / 301.2
SE 42.41




Age group









5-11 years 154.7
CI 109.6 / 199.9
SE 23.033
153.9
CI 109.8 / 198.1
SE 22.524
159.1
CI 119.4 / 198.8
SE 20.251




12-17 years 77.7
CI 49.5 / 105.9
SE 14.388
42.2
CI 24.9 / 59.4
SE 8.811
62.5
CI 36.0 / 88.9
SE 13.49




0-4 years 575.6
CI 467.0 / 684.3
SE 55.434
609.9
CI 484.5 / 735.3
SE 63.976
609.1
CI 488.0 / 730.2
SE 61.777




Geographic location (of provider)









Non-metropolitan 239.3
CI 144.3 / 334.4
SE 48.487
186.1
CI 108.8 / 263.5
SE 39.468
268.3
CI 118.7 / 417.9
SE 76.332




Metropolitan 247.9
CI 199.3 / 296.6
SE 24.824
258.9
CI 201.5 / 316.3
SE 29.284
253.9
CI 204.9 / 302.8
SE 24.982




Health insurance status (<65 years)









Uninsured 82.8
CI 43.8 / 121.9
SE 19.915
119.4
CI 52.8 / 185.9
SE 33.969
47.7
CI 25.9 / 69.6
SE 11.142




Insured 256.8
CI 210.2 / 303.4
SE 23.795
252.0
CI 201.6 / 302.4
SE 25.724
260.4
CI 211.3 / 309.5
SE 25.053




   Private 254.0
CI 190.7 / 317.3
SE 32.278
264.5
CI 199.1 / 329.9
SE 33.38
242.1
CI 183.0 / 301.3
SE 30.184




   Public 262.2
CI 195.4 / 329.0
SE 34.068
232.6
CI 182.7 / 282.5
SE 25.455
286.3
CI 218.7 / 353.9
SE 34.499




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.

Use of hearing aids by adults with hearing loss (age adjusted, per 1,000 population, 20–69 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 162.7 (2007)
2020 Target: 179.0
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2007        
Total 162.7

SE 19.955








Sex









Female 291.7

SE 77.211








Male 121.9

SE 18.29








Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino DSU









   Mexican American DSU









Not Hispanic or Latino ---









   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 129.9

SE 20.234








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino DSU









Educational attainment (25 years and over)









High school (including GED or equivalent) 139.3

SE 26.406








< High school DSU









Some College or AA degree 181.1

SE 33.891








Disability status









People without activity limitations 171.0

SE 28.671








People with activity limitations 147.2

SE 30.327








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.

New cochlear implants in deaf or very hard of hearing persons (per 10,000 population)

2020 Baseline (year): 76.8 (2004)
2020 Target: 84.7
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2004        
Total 76.8
CI 70.0 / 83.6
SE 3.468








Sex









Female 85.6
CI 73.8 / 97.4
SE 6.013








Male 69.1
CI 59.2 / 79.0
SE 5.062








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino DSU









   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino DSU









   White only, not Hispanic or Latino DSU









2 or more races DSU









Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Hispanic or Latino DSU









Asian only DSU









White only DSU









American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Black or African American only DSU









Educational attainment (25 years and over)









Educational attainment DNC









Footnotes View Footnotes

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

DNC: Data for specific population not collected.

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.

Use of hearing aids by adults with hearing loss (per 1,000 population, 70+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 289.1 (2007)
2020 Target: 318.0
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2007        
Total 289.1

SE 32.89








Sex









Female 236.0

SE 31.131








Male 342.0

SE 46.017








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino ---









   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 296.8

SE 37.004








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 171.6

SE 51.487








Hispanic or Latino DSU









   Mexican American DSU









Age group









80 years and over 405.3

SE 65.032








70-79 years 223.2

SE 36.00








Educational attainment









High school (including GED or equivalent) 321.6

SE 46.882








< High school 192.7

SE 35.774








Some College or AA degree 338.5

SE 47.262








Disability status









People with activity limitations 297.2

SE 37.323








People without activity limitations 282.2

SE 38.517








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.

Use of assistive listening devices by adults with hearing loss (per 1,000 population, 70+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 100.0 (2005-2006)
2020 Target: 110.0
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2005-2006        
Total 100.0
CI 97.0 / 103.1
SE 1.447








Sex









Male 100.2
CI 97.4 / 105.0
SE 1.769








Female 98.9
CI 95.6 / 102.2
SE 1.557








Race/Ethnicity









Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Hispanic or Latino DSU









   Mexican American DSU









American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Not Hispanic or Latino ---









   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino DSU









   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 102.6
CI 99.3 / 106.0
SE 1.563








2 or more races DSU









Asian only DSU









Age group









70-79 years 103.5
CI 98.6 / 108.4
SE 2.289








80 years and over 95.0
CI 90.9 / 99.2
SE 1.946








Educational attainment









College graduate or above 230.9
CI 218.7 / 243.2
SE 5.308








Some College or AA degree DSU









< High school 82.6
CI 77.1 / 88.2
SE 2.580








High school (including GED or equivalent) DSU









Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









<100 DSU









100-199 67.7
CI 64.0 / 71.3
SE 1.718








200-399 DSU









500+ DSU









400-499 91.7
CI 84.3 / 99.1
SE 2.678








Country of birth









Outside US DSU









US 99.1
CI 95.2 / 103.0
SE 1.818








Disability status









People with activity limitations 119.0
CI 112.9 / 125.1
SE 2.856








People without activity limitations 83.2
CI 80.3 / 86.1
SE 1.335








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.

Adults having a hearing examination in past 5 years (percent, 20–69 years )

2020 Baseline (year): 28.6 (2003-2004)
2020 Target: 31.5
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2003-2004        
Total 28.6
CI 26.3 / 30.9
SE 1.068








Sex









Female 20.9
CI 18.1 / 23.7
SE 1.319








Male 36.5
CI 33.3 / 39.7
SE 1.518








Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino DSU









   Mexican American 24.4
CI 19.0 / 29.8
SE 2.477








Not Hispanic or Latino ---









   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 36.1
CI 31.0 / 41.2
SE 2.383








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 28.3
CI 24.9 / 31.7
SE 1.592








Age group† §









45-69 years 29.7
CI 27.3 / 32.1
SE 1.133








   45-54 years 31.9
CI 28.7 / 35.0
SE 1.472








   55-69 years 27.1
CI 23.3 / 31.0
SE 1.811








20-44 years 27.9
CI 24.9 / 30.8
SE 1.376








   20-24 years 34.0
CI 28.1 / 39.8
SE 2.746








   25-44 years 26.4
CI 23.0 / 29.8
SE 1.579








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









Some College or AA degree 29.1
CI 26.1 / 32.1
SE 1.410








College graduate or above 25.6
CI 20.8 / 30.4
SE 2.246








High school (including GED or equivalent) 31.2
CI 27.2 / 35.2
SE 1.875








< High school 24.3
CI 18.8 / 29.8
SE 2.593








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









500+ 29.5
CI 24.7 / 34.3
SE 2.244








100-199 28.4
CI 24.1 / 32.7
SE 2.011








400-499 31.2
CI 25.0 / 37.4
SE 2.889








<100 26.5
CI 21.2 / 31.7
SE 2.462








200-399 28.6
CI 25.5 / 31.6
SE 1.428








Country of birth









US 29.7
CI 27.2 / 32.3
SE 1.196








Outside US 23.4
CI 18.8 / 27.9
SE 2.132








Disability status









People with activity limitations 29.8
CI 26.9 / 32.7
SE 1.345








People without activity limitations 28.4
CI 25.8 / 30.9
SE 1.208








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 29.8
CI 27.0 / 32.5
SE 1.300








   Public 29.7
CI 23.2 / 36.2
SE 3.047








   Private 29.8
CI 26.8 / 32.8
SE 1.413








Uninsured 23.5
CI 19.9 / 27.0
SE 1.675








Marital status









Married 27.9
CI 24.3 / 31.6
SE 1.709








Divorced or separated 28.2
CI 21.8 / 34.6
SE 3.015








Never married 30.3
CI 25.1 / 35.6
SE 2.471








Widowed DSU









Cohabiting partner 22.5
CI 14.5 / 30.5
SE 3.738








Veteran status









Non-veteran 26.6
CI 24.4 / 28.8
SE 1.037








Veteran 49.8
CI 39.7 / 59.9
SE 4.733








Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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.

Adults having a hearing examination in past 5 years (percent, 70+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 40.6 (2003-2006)
2020 Target: 42.4
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2003-2006 2007-2010      
Total 40.6
CI 38.1 / 43.1
SE 1.237
38.2
CI 36.2 / 40.2
SE 0.990






Sex









Male 42.4
CI 40.0 / 44.9
SE 1.195
42.0
CI 39.0 / 45.1
SE 1.509






Female 39.3
CI 34.7 / 43.8
SE 2.232
35.5
CI 32.9 / 38.1
SE 1.276






Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino DSU

39.7
CI 33.9 / 45.6
SE 2.804






   Mexican American 32.2
CI 21.8 / 42.5
SE 4.714
41.4
CI 35.4 / 47.5
SE 2.820






Not Hispanic or Latino ---

---







   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 40.9
CI 38.1 / 43.7
SE 1.383
38.0
CI 35.7 / 40.2
SE 1.084






   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 44.0
CI 35.9 / 52.0
SE 3.815
42.6
CI 35.7 / 49.5
SE 3.307






Age group









70-79 years 36.5
CI 33.0 / 40.0
SE 1.721
35.3
CI 32.5 / 38.0
SE 1.339






80 years and over 48.1
CI 44.0 / 52.2
SE 2.012
43.3
CI 40.2 / 46.3
SE 1.510






Educational attainment









College graduate or above 46.3
CI 40.3 / 52.3
SE 2.910
38.5
CI 33.7 / 43.3
SE 2.352






High school (including GED or equivalent) 35.8
CI 30.8 / 40.7
SE 2.428
37.0
CI 33.2 / 40.8
SE 1.875






< High school 39.7
CI 35.3 / 44.2
SE 2.172
35.4
CI 31.7 / 39.1
SE 1.815






Some College or AA degree 44.5
CI 38.8 / 50.2
SE 2.781
42.9
CI 38.0 / 47.8
SE 2.398






Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









500+ 38.4
CI 29.6 / 47.3
SE 4.252
39.1
CI 32.4 / 45.9
SE 3.244






400-499 38.4
CI 28.8 / 48.0
SE 4.518
34.5
CI 27.4 / 41.6
SE 3.405






100-199 39.6
CI 35.9 / 43.2
SE 1.792
38.2
CI 34.3 / 42.1
SE 1.902






200-399 43.1
CI 38.7 / 47.4
SE 2.128
38.5
CI 35.1 / 42.0
SE 1.671






<100 38.4
CI 30.6 / 46.2
SE 3.820
34.8
CI 27.4 / 42.2
SE 3.610






Country of birth









Outside US 36.8
CI 29.4 / 44.3
SE 3.565
36.7
CI 29.2 / 44.2
SE 3.650






US 41.0
CI 38.3 / 43.6
SE 1.288
38.5
CI 36.3 / 40.6
SE 1.054






Disability status









People without activity limitations 38.1
CI 34.4 / 41.8
SE 1.804
37.2
CI 34.4 / 40.0
SE 1.374






People with activity limitations 43.6
CI 38.9 / 48.4
SE 2.324
39.8
CI 37.0 / 42.6
SE 1.381






Marital status









Never married 50.3
CI 31.3 / 69.4
SE 8.828
34.2
CI 22.7 / 45.6
SE 5.312






Widowed 44.7
CI 39.9 / 49.4
SE 2.341
39.3
CI 36.9 / 41.8
SE 1.207






Divorced or separated 34.0
CI 25.7 / 42.3
SE 4.017
35.9
CI 26.9 / 44.9
SE 4.397






Married 38.2
CI 35.3 / 41.1
SE 1.418
38.1
CI 35.3 / 40.8
SE 1.355






Cohabiting partner DSU

DSU







Veteran status









Veteran 42.9
CI 40.0 / 45.8
SE 1.418
44.1
CI 39.5 / 48.8
SE 2.281






Non-veteran 39.6
CI 35.8 / 43.3
SE 1.820
36.1
CI 33.9 / 38.2
SE 1.054






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.

Adolescents having a hearing examination in past 5 years (percent, 12–19 years )

2020 Baseline (year): 79.3 (2005-2006)
2020 Target: 87.2
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2005-2006        
Total 79.3
CI 74.3 / 84.4
SE 2.581








Sex









Female 77.8
CI 71.9 / 83.7
SE 2.995








Male 80.8
CI 75.4 / 86.1
SE 2.737








Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino DSU









   Mexican American 74.2
CI 69.9 / 78.5
SE 2.18








Not Hispanic or Latino ---









   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 81.9
CI 75.7 / 88.1
SE 3.158








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 80.2
CI 75.9 / 84.6
SE 2.217








Asian only DSU









American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









2 or more races DSU









Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Age group









15-17 years 78.9
CI 73.7 / 84.2
SE 2.663








12-14 years 85.5
CI 79.8 / 91.1
SE 2.895








18-19 years 69.9
CI 62.9 / 76.9
SE 3.567








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









500+ 79.5
CI 69.8 / 89.3
SE 4.97








100-199 79.9
CI 75.7 / 84.1
SE 2.154








<100 74.9
CI 67.4 / 82.3
SE 3.808








400-499 83.3
CI 74.2 / 92.4
SE 4.655








200-399 79.5
CI 71.8 / 87.2
SE 3.931








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.

Persons referred for hearing evaluation and treatment by primary care providers (age adjusted, per 1,000 population, 18+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 283.3 (2007)
2020 Target: 311.7
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2007        
Total 283.3
CI 268.6 / 298.1
SE 0.751








Sex









Female 281.3
CI 261.2 / 301.4
SE 1.026








Male 286.4
CI 265.2 / 307.5
SE 1.081








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 292.2
CI 275.9 / 308.6
SE 0.833








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 319.0
CI 298.8 / 339.2
SE 1.031








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 197.9
CI 169.7 / 226.1
SE 1.439








American Indian or Alaska Native only 187.7
CI 78.0 / 297.3
SE 5.595








White only 303.4
CI 285.6 / 321.1
SE 0.904








Asian only 214.9
CI 149.2 / 280.6
SE 3.352








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Black or African American only 198.0
CI 170.3 / 225.6
SE 1.412








2 or more races 306.0
CI 218.4 / 393.5
SE 4.467








Hispanic or Latino 221.1
CI 187.7 / 254.4
SE 1.702








Age group† §









65 years and over 512.5
CI 482.4 / 542.5
SE 1.534








   75-84 years 556.3
CI 505.9 / 606.8
SE 2.573








   85 years and over 639.0
CI 568.7 / 709.3
SE 3.586








   65-74 years 450.6
CI 407.6 / 493.6
SE 2.194








45-64 years 310.4
CI 285.4 / 335.3
SE 1.274








   55-64 years 346.7
CI 305.5 / 387.9
SE 2.103








   45-54 years 279.8
CI 248.1 / 311.6
SE 1.620








18-44 years 194.6
CI 173.2 / 216.0
SE 1.090








   18-24 years 137.6
CI 102.6 / 172.6
SE 1.786








   25-44 years 216.7
CI 190.5 / 242.8
SE 1.334








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









4-year college degree 355.4
CI 317.0 / 393.7
SE 1.955








Associates degree 310.0
CI 265.2 / 354.7
SE 2.284








High school 291.1
CI 262.1 / 320.1
SE 1.479








< High school 269.5
CI 231.0 / 308.0
SE 1.964








Some college 300.4
CI 265.1 / 335.8
SE 1.804








Advanced degree 335.5
CI 271.9 / 399.2
SE 3.248








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









400-599 288.8
CI 255.4 / 322.3
SE 1.707








200-399 266.6
CI 236.9 / 296.3
SE 1.514








600+ 330.8
CI 289.9 / 371.7
SE 2.089








<100 264.8
CI 224.3 / 305.4
SE 2.066








100-199 274.3
CI 231.1 / 317.5
SE 2.206








Family type









Married couple or partners 301.5
CI 265.3 / 337.7
SE 1.848








Two parent family with children 250.3
CI 188.9 / 311.6
SE 3.131








Other 236.1
CI 209.2 / 263.0
SE 1.371








Single parent with children 324.5
CI 268.6 / 380.4
SE 2.851








Single 305.9
CI 277.5 / 334.3
SE 1.448








Country of birth









US 292.6
CI 277.2 / 308.0
SE 0.786








Outside US 228.5
CI 191.4 / 265.6
SE 1.892








Disability status









People without activity limitations 260.1
CI 243.9 / 276.2
SE 0.824








People with activity limitations 382.4
CI 336.1 / 428.8
SE 2.365








Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 290.1
CI 254.6 / 325.6
SE 1.810








Metropolitan 281.2
CI 264.6 / 297.9
SE 0.848








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 244.7
CI 227.1 / 262.3
SE 0.900








   Private 238.6
CI 219.1 / 258.0
SE 0.993








   Public 275.7
CI 232.8 / 318.7
SE 2.191








Uninsured 177.2
CI 134.3 / 220.2
SE 2.191








Marital status









Married 297.3
CI 275.5 / 319.0
SE 1.109








Widowed 191.7
CI 157.5 / 225.9
SE 1.743








Divorced or separated 281.4
CI 245.7 / 317.2
SE 1.824








Never married 231.2
CI 194.6 / 267.7
SE 1.866








Cohabiting partner 275.2
CI 208.9 / 341.5
SE 3.382








Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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.

Adult use of ear protection devices when exposed to loud noises (age adjusted, per 1,000 population, 20–69 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 483.0 (2003-2004)
2020 Target: 531.3
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2003-2004        
Total 483.0
CI 435.5 / 530.4
SE 22.254








Sex









Female 253.8
CI 194.1 / 313.5
SE 28.004








Male 597.4
CI 547.7 / 647.0
SE 23.296








Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino DSU









   Mexican American 507.3
CI 403.7 / 611.0
SE 44.940








Not Hispanic or Latino ---









   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 373.0
CI 264.3 / 481.7
SE 49.891








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 504.5
CI 455.5 / 553.6
SE 22.869








Age group† §









45-69 years 499.9
CI 427.2 / 572.6
SE 34.116








   45-54 years 519.9
CI 441.7 / 598.1
SE 36.696








   55-69 years 468.1
CI 371.5 / 564.6
SE 45.294








20-44 years 464.6
CI 426.0 / 503.3
SE 18.114








   20-24 years 277.1
CI 174.9 / 379.4
SE 47.967








   25-44 years 513.2
CI 470.9 / 555.5
SE 19.838








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









< High school 458.4
CI 388.3 / 528.5
SE 32.900








High school (including GED or equivalent) 534.1
CI 454.0 / 614.3
SE 37.590








Some College or AA degree 558.7
CI 489.1 / 628.3
SE 32.653








College graduate or above 428.6
CI 323.7 / 533.6
SE 49.238








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









<100 433.4
CI 331.1 / 535.7
SE 47.695








100-199 416.9
CI 323.9 / 509.8
SE 43.608








500+ 422.3
CI 364.5 / 480.0
SE 27.097








400-499 604.2
CI 524.8 / 683.6
SE 37.012








200-399 522.9
CI 462.1 / 583.7
SE 28.530








Country of birth









Outside US 402.3
CI 277.4 / 527.3
SE 57.356








US 493.5
CI 444.7 / 542.2
SE 22.876








Disability status









People without activity limitations 481.8
CI 432.1 / 531.6
SE 23.357








People with activity limitations 503.4
CI 430.7 / 576.0
SE 34.088








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Uninsured 424.1
CI 343.0 / 505.2
SE 38.048








Insured 501.6
CI 456.5 / 546.6
SE 21.143








   Private 520.4
CI 472.3 / 568.4
SE 22.547








   Public 376.9
CI 288.8 / 465.1
SE 41.361








Marital status









Never married 341.9
CI 262.9 / 420.9
SE 37.076








Widowed 653.1
CI 481.3 / 824.9
SE 74.491








Cohabiting partner 470.9
CI 350.0 / 591.9
SE 56.747








Divorced or separated 402.3
CI 326.8 / 477.8
SE 35.416








Married 527.5
CI 476.7 / 578.3
SE 23.832








Veteran status









Veteran 705.7
CI 624.8 / 786.6
SE 37.732








Non-veteran 442.9
CI 394.6 / 491.1
SE 22.634








Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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.

Adolescent use of ear protection devices when exposed to loud noises (per 1,000 population, 12–19 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 410.7 (2005-2006)
2020 Target: 451.8
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2005-2006        
Total 410.7
CI 404.1 / 417.4
SE 3.138








Sex









Male 476.9
CI 469.9 / 483.9
SE 3.283








Female 304.3
CI 295.5 / 313.0
SE 4.101








Race/Ethnicity









2 or more races DSU









American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Hispanic or Latino DSU









   Mexican American 250.2
CI 244.6 / 255.8
SE 2.56








Not Hispanic or Latino ---









   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 468.3
CI 461.1 / 475.5
SE 3.338








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 207.4
CI 199.7 / 215.2
SE 3.496








Asian only DSU









Age group









15-17 years 367.3
CI 359.8 / 374.9
SE 3.559








12-14 years 479.1
CI 466.6 / 491.5
SE 5.831








18-19 years 407.7
CI 398.3 / 417.1
SE 4.411








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









400-499 366.2
CI 342.7 / 389.6
SE 10.177








<100 352.4
CI 341.8 / 362.9
SE 4.893








100-199 416.0
CI 405.1 / 426.9
SE 5.08








500+ 460.5
CI 446.7 / 474.3
SE 6.436








200-399 422.6
CI 411.3 / 433.8
SE 5.296








Source of exposure to loud sounds or noise at work









Ever had job exposure to loud noise 417.7
CI 401.7 / 433.7
SE 7.504








Source of exposure to loud sounds or noise outside of work









Firearms exposure 498.7
CI 492.0 / 505.5
SE 3.172








Other loud sounds or noise exposure 328.8
CI 321.3 / 336.3
SE 3.509








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.

Adolescents with noise-induced hearing loss (both ears) (per 1,000 population, 12–19 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 45.9 (2005-2006)
2020 Target: 41.3
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2005-2006        
Total 45.9
CI 44.4 / 47.5
SE 7.277








Sex









Female 43.0
CI 41.2 / 44.8
SE 8.467








Male 48.7
CI 46.9 / 50.5
SE 8.232








Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino DSU









   Mexican American 44.4
CI 42.6 / 46.2
SE 8.366








Not Hispanic or Latino ---









   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 47.9
CI 45.1 / 50.6
SE 12.63








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 47.0
CI 44.8 / 49.2
SE 10.145








Age group









12-14 years 44.8
CI 42.6 / 47.0
SE 10.285








18-19 years DSU









15-17 years 47.9
CI 45.7 / 50.2
SE 10.491








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









100-199 DSU









<100 DSU









200-399 40.0
CI 38.6 / 41.4
SE 6.692








400-499 DSU









500+ DSU









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.

Adults with noise-induced hearing loss (both ears) (age adjusted, per 1,000 population, 20–69 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 121.4 (2003-2004)
2020 Target: 109.3
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2003-2004        
Total 121.4
CI 96.7 / 146.1
SE 11.598








Sex









Male 176.2
CI 138.3 / 214.1
SE 17.782








Female 72.5
CI 48.8 / 96.2
SE 11.126








Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino DSU









   Mexican American 140.9
CI 77.1 / 204.6
SE 29.258








Not Hispanic or Latino ---









   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 133.3
CI 101.7 / 164.9
SE 14.831








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 85.4
CI 41.2 / 129.6
SE 20.095








Age group† §









20-44 years 116.5
CI 82.0 / 150.9
SE 16.151








   20-24 years 79.1
CI 38.6 / 119.7
SE 19.020








   25-44 years 125.4
CI 87.4 / 163.4
SE 17.819








45-69 years 127.5
CI 102.2 / 152.8
SE 11.848








   45-54 years 133.6
CI 84.0 / 183.3
SE 23.281








   55-69 years 119.8
CI 85.3 / 154.3
SE 16.198








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









< High school 130.9
CI 73.7 / 188.1
SE 26.835








High school (including GED or equivalent) 136.4
CI 96.7 / 176.1
SE 18.615








Some College or AA degree 143.7
CI 99.5 / 187.9
SE 20.748








College graduate or above 87.3
CI 52.0 / 122.6
SE 16.570








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









100-199 121.5
CI 78.9 / 164.0
SE 19.953








200-399 135.9
CI 100.1 / 171.6
SE 16.770








500+ 112.0
CI 64.4 / 159.7
SE 22.345








<100 93.9
CI 52.2 / 135.7
SE 19.581








400-499 DSU









Country of birth









Outside US 111.2
CI 76.9 / 145.4
SE 15.973








US 122.7
CI 96.2 / 149.1
SE 12.394








Disability status









People with activity limitations 98.3
CI 65.3 / 131.3
SE 15.487








People without activity limitations 125.9
CI 94.5 / 157.2
SE 14.711








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 115.2
CI 91.1 / 139.3
SE 11.296








   Private 115.2
CI 87.0 / 143.4
SE 13.231








   Public 111.7
CI 57.9 / 165.6
SE 25.264








Uninsured 132.0
CI 84.1 / 180.0
SE 22.516








Marital status









Cohabiting partner 138.8
CI 65.2 / 212.4
SE 34.548








Divorced or separated 85.0
CI 38.3 / 131.8
SE 21.936








Widowed DSU









Never married 140.5
CI 62.7 / 218.4
SE 36.513








Married 134.6
CI 98.1 / 171.0
SE 17.112








Veteran status









Veteran 174.4
CI 72.6 / 276.2
SE 47.118








Non-veteran 113.5
CI 90.9 / 136.1
SE 10.597








Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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.

Adults bothered by tinnitus in the past 12 months who have seen a doctor (age adjusted, percent, 18+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 44.5 (2007)
2020 Target: 48.9
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2007        
Total 44.5
CI 41.7 / 47.3
SE 1.442








Sex









Male 46.1
CI 42.0 / 50.2
SE 2.091








Female 42.5
CI 38.9 / 46.2
SE 1.846








Race/Ethnicity









2 or more races 37.5
CI 22.6 / 52.3
SE 7.586








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Black or African American only 35.0
CI 28.1 / 41.8
SE 3.486








American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









White only 45.3
CI 42.1 / 48.5
SE 1.653








Asian only 39.1
CI 26.0 / 52.2
SE 6.693








Hispanic or Latino 44.9
CI 37.7 / 52.1
SE 3.671








Not Hispanic or Latino 45.4
CI 41.8 / 48.9
SE 1.793








Age group† §









18-44 years 32.1
CI 27.2 / 37.0
SE 2.504








   18-24 years 23.3
CI 13.4 / 33.3
SE 5.085








   25-44 years 34.3
CI 28.6 / 39.9
SE 2.887








65 years and over 61.7
CI 57.0 / 66.4
SE 2.414








   75-84 years 64.3
CI 56.8 / 71.8
SE 3.847








   65-74 years 58.8
CI 52.8 / 64.8
SE 3.060








   85 years and over 66.7
CI 53.6 / 79.9
SE 6.703








45-64 years 56.6
CI 53.0 / 60.3
SE 1.842








   45-54 years 52.5
CI 47.1 / 57.9
SE 2.774








   55-64 years 60.7
CI 55.2 / 66.2
SE 2.812








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









< High school 39.0
CI 32.8 / 45.3
SE 3.190








High school 44.8
CI 39.3 / 50.3
SE 2.796








Some college 43.2
CI 37.0 / 49.5
SE 3.193








Advanced degree 57.3
CI 44.3 / 70.4
SE 6.655








Associates degree 51.7
CI 44.0 / 59.4
SE 3.928








4-year college degree 59.9
CI 53.8 / 65.9
SE 3.097








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









<100 37.2
CI 31.7 / 42.8
SE 2.846








600+ 53.3
CI 44.8 / 61.8
SE 4.341








200-399 43.6
CI 38.5 / 48.7
SE 2.606








100-199 45.5
CI 37.7 / 53.4
SE 4.018








400-599 43.0
CI 36.6 / 49.5
SE 3.299








Family type









Single 45.1
CI 39.6 / 50.5
SE 2.795








Two parent family with children 41.1
CI 34.9 / 47.4
SE 3.192








Other 37.2
CI 32.1 / 42.3
SE 2.608








Married couple or partners 45.0
CI 37.4 / 52.7
SE 3.910








Single parent with children 42.7
CI 33.0 / 52.4
SE 4.952








Country of birth









Outside US 51.3
CI 42.2 / 60.5
SE 4.672








US 43.6
CI 40.8 / 46.5
SE 1.448








Disability status









People with activity limitations 48.8
CI 43.1 / 54.6
SE 2.941








People without activity limitations 43.5
CI 40.1 / 46.9
SE 1.732








Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 35.8
CI 30.0 / 41.6
SE 2.942








Metropolitan 46.7
CI 43.6 / 49.9
SE 1.617








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Uninsured 28.9
CI 22.1 / 35.7
SE 3.483








Insured 43.2
CI 36.4 / 49.9
SE 3.443








Marital status









Divorced or separated 44.5
CI 37.9 / 51.0
SE 3.341








Widowed 25.5
CI 21.0 / 30.1
SE 2.325








Cohabiting partner 26.6
CI 17.6 / 35.5
SE 4.585








Married 48.1
CI 43.8 / 52.3
SE 2.175








Never married 37.6
CI 30.9 / 44.3
SE 3.418








Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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.

Adults with moderate to severe tinnitus in the past 5 years who have seen an audiologist or otolaryngologist (age adjusted, percent, 18+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 45.8 (2007)
2020 Target: 50.4
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2007        
Total 45.8
CI 36.0 / 55.6
SE 4.992








Sex









Female 52.0
CI 37.8 / 66.2
SE 7.237








Male 38.8
CI 26.1 / 51.5
SE 6.479








Race/Ethnicity









Black or African American only DSU









White only 44.6
CI 34.3 / 55.0
SE 5.278








American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









2 or more races DSU









Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Asian only DSU









Hispanic or Latino DSU









Not Hispanic or Latino 47.3
CI 36.1 / 58.5
SE 5.726








Age group† §









18-44 years DSU









   25-44 years DSU









   18-24 years DSU









65 years and over 68.6
CI 53.3 / 83.8
SE 7.775








   65-74 years DSU









   85 years and over DSU









   75-84 years DSU









45-64 years 59.2
CI 44.4 / 74.0
SE 7.547








   45-54 years DSU









   55-64 years DSU









Educational attainment (25 years and over)









Advanced degree DSU









Some college DSU









High school DSU









Associates degree DSU









< High school 49.4
CI 30.1 / 68.8
SE 9.875








4-year college degree DSU









Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









200-399 DSU









<100 DSU









400-599 DSU









600+ DSU









100-199 DSU









Family type









Single parent with children DSU









Single 40.1
CI 23.0 / 57.1
SE 8.703








Married couple or partners DSU









Two parent family with children DSU









Other DSU









Country of birth









Outside US DSU









US 46.4
CI 36.2 / 56.5
SE 5.177








Disability status









People without activity limitations 38.8
CI 26.7 / 50.8
SE 6.155








People with activity limitations 53.9
CI 36.8 / 70.9
SE 8.708








Geographic location









Non-metropolitan DSU









Metropolitan 48.1
CI 37.5 / 58.7
SE 5.428








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured DSU









Uninsured DSU









Marital status









Widowed DSU









Married 46.0
CI 32.7 / 59.2
SE 6.782








Cohabiting partner DSU









Never married DSU









Divorced or separated DSU









Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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.

Adults with moderate to severe tinnitus who have tried appropriate treatments (age adjusted, percent, 18+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 80.9 (2007)
2020 Target: 89.0
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2007        
Total 80.9
CI 70.7 / 91.1
SE 5.199








Sex









Male 82.5

SE 12.159








Female 78.2
CI 66.4 / 89.9
SE 5.999








Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino 64.7
CI 43.6 / 85.8
SE 10.763








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Not Hispanic or Latino DSU









American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Asian only DSU









Black or African American only 70.5

SE 15.560








White only DSU









2 or more races DSU









Age group† §









18-44 years DSU









   25-44 years DSU









   18-24 years DSU









65 years and over DSU









   75-84 years DSU









   65-74 years DSU









   85 years and over DSU









45-64 years 91.1
CI 83.8 / 98.3
SE 3.699








   45-54 years DSU









   55-64 years DSU









Educational attainment (25 years and over)









Advanced degree DSU









Some college DSU









< High school DSU









High school DSU









4-year college degree DSU









Associates degree DSU









Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









<100 DSU









200-399 DSU









400-599 DSU









100-199 DSU









600+ DSU









Family type









Two parent family with children DSU









Single parent with children DSU









Married couple or partners DSU









Single DSU









Other DSU









Country of birth









US 82.9
CI 71.9 / 93.9
SE 5.614








Outside US 62.2
CI 35.3 / 89.1
SE 13.733








Disability status









People without activity limitations 76.0
CI 62.7 / 89.3
SE 6.786








People with activity limitations 94.2
CI 90.2 / 98.2
SE 2.033








Geographic location









Non-metropolitan DSU









Metropolitan DSU









Health insurance status (<65 years)









Uninsured DSU









Insured 88.1

SE 10.265








Marital status









Widowed DSU









Married DSU









Cohabiting partner DSU









Divorced or separated DSU









Never married 77.6
CI 60.1 / 95.2
SE 8.956








Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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.

Adults with balance or dizziness problems in the past 12 months who have seen a health care provider (age adjusted, percent, 18+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 48.4 (2008)
2020 Target: 53.2
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008        
Total 48.4
CI 46.2 / 50.5
SE 1.116








Sex









Male 43.7
CI 39.9 / 47.6
SE 1.955








Female 50.8
CI 48.1 / 53.6
SE 1.413








Race/Ethnicity









Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Black or African American only 47.8
CI 42.1 / 53.5
SE 2.917








2 or more races 47.9
CI 33.0 / 62.7
SE 7.573








Not Hispanic or Latino 48.6
CI 46.2 / 51.0
SE 1.215








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 47.7
CI 41.9 / 53.5
SE 2.954








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 48.7
CI 46.0 / 51.5
SE 1.391








American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









White only 48.4
CI 46.0 / 50.9
SE 1.268








Asian only 46.4
CI 35.2 / 57.6
SE 5.708








Hispanic or Latino 46.9
CI 41.0 / 52.8
SE 3.024








Age group† §









18-44 years 45.1
CI 41.4 / 48.7
SE 1.869








   25-44 years 48.6
CI 44.7 / 52.6
SE 2.021








   18-24 years 33.7
CI 26.1 / 41.4
SE 3.895








65 years and over 51.3
CI 47.6 / 55.0
SE 1.868








   75-84 years 50.9
CI 45.3 / 56.5
SE 2.877








   65-74 years 53.1
CI 47.7 / 58.5
SE 2.754








   85 years and over 46.0
CI 37.7 / 54.4
SE 4.261








45-64 years 52.5
CI 49.0 / 56.0
SE 1.800








   45-54 years 51.8
CI 46.5 / 57.0
SE 2.695








   55-64 years 53.2
CI 48.7 / 57.8
SE 2.329








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









High school 52.2
CI 47.9 / 56.6
SE 2.209








< High school 48.1
CI 42.2 / 54.0
SE 3.024








Advanced degree 52.7
CI 45.0 / 60.4
SE 3.934








Some college 46.0
CI 41.1 / 50.9
SE 2.516








Associates degree 56.0
CI 49.8 / 62.2
SE 3.154








4-year college degree 50.9
CI 45.0 / 56.7
SE 2.991








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









400-599 49.4
CI 43.8 / 55.0
SE 2.871








200-399 49.1
CI 44.3 / 53.8
SE 2.434








<100 47.0
CI 42.5 / 51.4
SE 2.279








100-199 43.6
CI 38.5 / 48.7
SE 2.595








600+ 53.6
CI 47.1 / 60.2
SE 3.329








Family type









Other 44.1
CI 39.7 / 48.5
SE 2.243








Married couple or partners 50.1
CI 44.9 / 55.3
SE 2.656








Two parent family with children 61.1
CI 55.9 / 66.3
SE 2.667








Single parent with children 57.2
CI 49.6 / 64.7
SE 3.850








Single 44.9
CI 41.1 / 48.8
SE 1.963








Country of birth









US 48.9
CI 46.6 / 51.2
SE 1.190








Outside US 44.0
CI 37.7 / 50.3
SE 3.211








Disability status









People without activity limitations 46.3
CI 43.4 / 49.2
SE 1.472








People with activity limitations 53.9
CI 49.9 / 57.9
SE 2.035








Geographic location









Metropolitan 48.2
CI 45.8 / 50.7
SE 1.254








Non-metropolitan 49.0
CI 44.1 / 54.0
SE 2.543








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 51.0
CI 48.1 / 54.0
SE 1.487








   Private 49.7
CI 46.2 / 53.1
SE 1.784








   Public 55.2
CI 49.8 / 60.6
SE 2.760








Uninsured 34.3
CI 29.0 / 39.6
SE 2.715








Marital status









Cohabiting partner 45.8
CI 37.5 / 54.1
SE 4.217








Divorced or separated 50.0
CI 43.8 / 56.2
SE 3.156








Never married 44.0
CI 38.8 / 49.1
SE 2.637








Widowed 47.6
CI 27.3 / 67.9
SE 10.335








Married 51.2
CI 47.8 / 54.5
SE 1.706








Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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.

Adults with moderate to severe balance or dizziness problems who have seen a health care specialist (age adjusted, percent, 18+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 65.4 (2008)
2020 Target: 72.0
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008        
Total 65.4
CI 60.2 / 70.7
SE 2.663








Sex









Male 69.1
CI 58.5 / 79.6
SE 5.383








Female 63.6
CI 57.2 / 69.9
SE 3.253








Race/Ethnicity









Asian only DSU









Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Black or African American only 68.7
CI 58.1 / 79.3
SE 5.406








Not Hispanic or Latino 67.6
CI 61.9 / 73.3
SE 2.908








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 68.7
CI 58.1 / 79.3
SE 5.406








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 68.7
CI 62.1 / 75.3
SE 3.374








2 or more races DSU









White only 65.9
CI 60.0 / 71.8
SE 3.011








American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Hispanic or Latino 57.8
CI 44.7 / 70.9
SE 6.678








Age group† §









18-44 years 61.7
CI 52.5 / 70.8
SE 4.669








   18-24 years DSU









   25-44 years 60.0
CI 50.2 / 69.7
SE 4.980








65 years and over 69.1
CI 61.4 / 76.8
SE 3.925








   65-74 years 75.5
CI 65.2 / 85.8
SE 5.258








   75-84 years 58.3
CI 43.2 / 73.4
SE 7.704








   85 years and over DSU









45-64 years 70.0
CI 63.3 / 76.7
SE 3.414








   55-64 years 72.0
CI 63.1 / 80.9
SE 4.526








   45-54 years 68.1
CI 58.2 / 78.0
SE 5.049








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









High school 62.3
CI 52.9 / 71.8
SE 4.822








Some college 71.4
CI 61.1 / 81.6
SE 5.248








< High school 55.2
CI 42.1 / 68.3
SE 6.689








4-year college degree 79.8
CI 65.7 / 93.9
SE 7.211








Advanced degree DSU









Associates degree 64.1
CI 50.8 / 77.4
SE 6.771








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









100-199 59.2
CI 47.2 / 71.2
SE 6.123








<100 56.0
CI 44.9 / 67.2
SE 5.706








600+ 70.5
CI 54.7 / 86.3
SE 8.067








400-599 73.6
CI 59.8 / 87.3
SE 7.021








200-399 67.4
CI 55.2 / 79.5
SE 6.214








Family type









Married couple or partners 65.5
CI 50.2 / 80.8
SE 7.808








Two parent family with children 61.5
CI 49.9 / 73.2
SE 5.935








Single 66.4
CI 55.8 / 77.0
SE 5.407








Single parent with children DSU









Other 66.4
CI 55.2 / 77.5
SE 5.693








Country of birth









US 67.7
CI 62.1 / 73.4
SE 2.885








Outside US 49.8
CI 34.1 / 65.6
SE 8.021








Disability status









People with activity limitations 74.8
CI 68.0 / 81.6
SE 3.465








People without activity limitations 53.2
CI 44.8 / 61.6
SE 4.282








Geographic location









Metropolitan 65.7
CI 59.8 / 71.6
SE 3.022








Non-metropolitan 63.4
CI 52.5 / 74.2
SE 5.545








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 67.5
CI 60.8 / 74.3
SE 3.431








   Private 68.3
CI 59.1 / 77.5
SE 4.703








   Public 66.4
CI 57.0 / 75.7
SE 4.763








Uninsured DSU









Marital status









Married 64.2
CI 56.5 / 71.8
SE 3.891








Divorced or separated 64.5
CI 52.4 / 76.7
SE 6.220








Never married 60.7
CI 49.6 / 71.9
SE 5.679








Widowed 73.7
CI 65.0 / 82.3
SE 4.417








Cohabiting partner DSU









Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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.

Adults with moderate to severe balance or dizziness problems who have tried appropriate treatments (age adjusted, percent, 18+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 24.4 (2008)
2020 Target: 26.8
Desired Direction:

Adults with moderate to severe balance or dizziness problems who have tried appropriate treatments (age adjusted, percent, 18+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 24.4 (2008)
2020 Target: 26.8
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008        
Total 24.4
CI 22.4 / 26.4
SE 1.007








Sex









Female 26.0
CI 23.4 / 28.6
SE 1.338








Male 21.4
CI 18.2 / 24.6
SE 1.629








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 25.2
CI 23.0 / 27.4
SE 1.104








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 25.7
CI 20.7 / 30.6
SE 2.535








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 25.4
CI 22.9 / 27.8
SE 1.269








2 or more races 17.2
CI 8.1 / 26.2
SE 4.613








White only 24.6
CI 22.3 / 26.8
SE 1.136








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Asian only 28.8
CI 16.3 / 41.3
SE 6.366








American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Black or African American only 25.5
CI 20.6 / 30.3
SE 2.478








Hispanic or Latino 18.6
CI 13.6 / 23.6
SE 2.526








Age group† §









45-64 years 25.6
CI 22.6 / 28.6
SE 1.555








   55-64 years 24.9
CI 20.8 / 29.1
SE 2.128








   45-54 years 26.2
CI 21.7 / 30.8
SE 2.306








65 years and over 23.2
CI 20.1 / 26.4
SE 1.593








   65-74 years 24.9
CI 20.2 / 29.6
SE 2.416








   85 years and over 14.1
CI 8.4 / 19.9
SE 2.937








   75-84 years 24.9
CI 19.9 / 29.9
SE 2.540








18-44 years 24.1
CI 20.9 / 27.3
SE 1.624








   25-44 years 26.0
CI 22.4 / 29.6
SE 1.824








   18-24 years 18.0
CI 11.3 / 24.7
SE 3.429








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









Advanced degree 31.3
CI 24.2 / 38.4
SE 3.637








Associates degree 28.2
CI 22.4 / 34.0
SE 2.957








4-year college degree 29.6
CI 24.3 / 34.9
SE 2.681








< High school 20.1
CI 15.7 / 24.4
SE 2.210








High school 23.0
CI 19.0 / 27.0
SE 2.031








Some college 25.5
CI 21.3 / 29.7
SE 2.155








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









200-399 26.3
CI 21.7 / 30.8
SE 2.319








<100 19.9
CI 16.2 / 23.7
SE 1.918








400-599 25.3
CI 19.9 / 30.7
SE 2.767








600+ 29.0
CI 22.8 / 35.3
SE 3.182








100-199 21.5
CI 17.0 / 26.0
SE 2.288








Family type









Two parent family with children 37.8
CI 33.2 / 42.3
SE 2.314








Single 24.2
CI 20.8 / 27.6
SE 1.737








Single parent with children 32.0
CI 24.6 / 39.4
SE 3.787








Married couple or partners 22.0
CI 18.0 / 26.0
SE 2.040








Other 24.5
CI 20.2 / 28.8
SE 2.194








Country of birth









Outside US 19.9
CI 15.0 / 24.8
SE 2.510








US 25.0
CI 22.9 / 27.2
SE 1.097








Disability status









People without activity limitations 24.1
CI 21.7 / 26.6
SE 1.247








People with activity limitations 25.8
CI 22.1 / 29.6
SE 1.931








Geographic location









Metropolitan 24.8
CI 22.6 / 27.1
SE 1.145








Non-metropolitan 23.1
CI 19.0 / 27.2
SE 2.093








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 25.8
CI 23.2 / 28.4
SE 1.329








   Private 25.9
CI 22.9 / 28.9
SE 1.530








   Public 26.1
CI 20.9 / 31.3
SE 2.655








Uninsured 19.2
CI 14.5 / 23.9
SE 2.407








Marital status









Cohabiting partner 19.5
CI 13.3 / 25.7
SE 3.147








Married 25.5
CI 22.5 / 28.6
SE 1.541








Widowed DSU









Divorced or separated 30.2
CI 24.3 / 36.1
SE 3.005








Never married 21.5
CI 17.3 / 25.7
SE 2.161








Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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.

Adults whose balance or dizziness problems have not improved (age adjusted, percent, 18+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 61.5 (2008)
2020 Target: 55.3
Desired Direction:

Adults whose balance or dizziness problems have not improved (age adjusted, percent, 18+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 61.5 (2008)
2020 Target: 55.3
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2008        
Total 61.5
CI 59.1 / 63.8
SE 1.195








Sex









Female 60.9
CI 58.1 / 63.6
SE 1.416








Male 62.6
CI 58.6 / 66.6
SE 2.062








Race/Ethnicity









2 or more races 63.6
CI 49.4 / 77.7
SE 7.218








Asian only 52.9
CI 40.9 / 64.9
SE 6.113








Not Hispanic or Latino 61.2
CI 58.7 / 63.8
SE 1.309








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 64.2
CI 59.1 / 69.4
SE 2.621








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 61.3
CI 58.3 / 64.2
SE 1.495








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Black or African American only 64.1
CI 59.1 / 69.2
SE 2.581








American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









White only 61.5
CI 58.9 / 64.2
SE 1.353








Hispanic or Latino 63.0
CI 57.6 / 68.5
SE 2.781








Age group† §









45-64 years 62.4
CI 58.9 / 65.8
SE 1.764








   45-54 years 60.6
CI 55.7 / 65.5
SE 2.492








   55-64 years 64.2
CI 59.6 / 68.8
SE 2.332








65 years and over 68.7
CI 65.3 / 72.2
SE 1.766








   65-74 years 65.4
CI 60.2 / 70.6
SE 2.656








   85 years and over 81.0
CI 74.8 / 87.2
SE 3.169








   75-84 years 68.3
CI 62.5 / 74.0
SE 2.935








18-44 years 58.6
CI 55.0 / 62.3
SE 1.866








   18-24 years 56.8
CI 48.3 / 65.3
SE 4.351








   25-44 years 59.2
CI 55.1 / 63.3
SE 2.079








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









< High school 65.2
CI 59.4 / 70.9
SE 2.944








Associates degree 58.6
CI 52.3 / 64.9
SE 3.208








4-year college degree 59.4
CI 53.7 / 65.1
SE 2.905








Advanced degree 53.0
CI 45.4 / 60.6
SE 3.869








High school 63.6
CI 59.1 / 68.2
SE 2.311








Some college 64.5
CI 59.7 / 69.3
SE 2.444








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









<100 71.7
CI 67.5 / 75.9
SE 2.150








200-399 58.1
CI 53.4 / 62.9
SE 2.421








100-199 68.0
CI 63.8 / 72.3
SE 2.152








400-599 54.7
CI 48.6 / 60.8
SE 3.100








600+ 51.6
CI 45.2 / 58.1
SE 3.286








Family type









Single parent with children 54.6
CI 46.9 / 62.3
SE 3.942








Two parent family with children 59.2
CI 54.0 / 64.4
SE 2.644








Other 61.9
CI 57.1 / 66.7
SE 2.449








Single 62.1
CI 57.9 / 66.2
SE 2.114








Married couple or partners 58.2
CI 52.7 / 63.6
SE 2.775








Country of birth









US 61.6
CI 59.1 / 64.1
SE 1.272








Outside US 60.4
CI 54.0 / 66.7
SE 3.232








Disability status









People without activity limitations 55.9
CI 53.0 / 58.7
SE 1.449








People with activity limitations 67.8
CI 63.7 / 72.0
SE 2.108








Geographic location









Metropolitan 60.7
CI 58.1 / 63.3
SE 1.344








Non-metropolitan 64.5
CI 59.7 / 69.4
SE 2.487








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 58.5
CI 55.5 / 61.5
SE 1.534








   Private 55.5
CI 51.9 / 59.0
SE 1.801








   Public 65.8
CI 60.4 / 71.1
SE 2.723








Uninsured 65.6
CI 60.4 / 70.9
SE 2.681








Marital status









Widowed 63.6
CI 44.1 / 83.1
SE 9.953








Married 61.2
CI 57.8 / 64.6
SE 1.731








Divorced or separated 64.6
CI 58.6 / 70.6
SE 3.072








Cohabiting partner 62.6
CI 54.2 / 71.0
SE 4.291








Never married 59.8
CI 54.8 / 64.7
SE 2.521








Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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.

Adults whose balance or dizziness problems prevent them from participating in regular activities (age adjusted, percent, 18+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 23.3 (2008)
2020 Target: 21.0
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2008        
Total 23.3
CI 21.4 / 25.2
SE 0.986








Sex









Male 23.6
CI 20.2 / 27.1
SE 1.768








Female 23.1
CI 20.8 / 25.4
SE 1.175








Race/Ethnicity









2 or more races 24.9
CI 14.3 / 35.6
SE 5.435








Hispanic or Latino 26.0
CI 21.1 / 30.9
SE 2.501








American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









White only 23.4
CI 21.1 / 25.6
SE 1.146








Not Hispanic or Latino 22.9
CI 20.8 / 25.1
SE 1.074








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 23.2
CI 20.7 / 25.7
SE 1.268








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 21.0
CI 17.2 / 24.7
SE 1.917








Asian only 29.6
CI 18.6 / 40.7
SE 5.643








Black or African American only 20.7
CI 17.1 / 24.4
SE 1.875








Age group† §









45-64 years 28.3
CI 25.1 / 31.5
SE 1.617








   55-64 years 27.9
CI 23.7 / 32.0
SE 2.131








   45-54 years 28.7
CI 24.2 / 33.3
SE 2.327








65 years and over 24.8
CI 21.3 / 28.3
SE 1.776








   75-84 years 21.6
CI 16.9 / 26.3
SE 2.405








   85 years and over 30.1
CI 22.1 / 38.1
SE 4.073








   65-74 years 25.2
CI 20.3 / 30.1
SE 2.482








18-44 years 20.0
CI 17.0 / 22.9
SE 1.503








   25-44 years 21.7
CI 18.3 / 25.1
SE 1.742








   18-24 years 14.6
CI 8.2 / 20.9
SE 3.257








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









< High school 26.4
CI 21.2 / 31.5
SE 2.611








High school 26.5
CI 22.5 / 30.5
SE 2.051








Associates degree 24.5
CI 19.1 / 29.9
SE 2.746








Advanced degree 20.3
CI 14.2 / 26.5
SE 3.154








Some college 25.0
CI 20.8 / 29.3
SE 2.155








4-year college degree 21.4
CI 16.3 / 26.4
SE 2.579








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









600+ 17.9
CI 12.9 / 23.0
SE 2.592








100-199 26.0
CI 21.8 / 30.3
SE 2.175








<100 32.7
CI 28.3 / 37.1
SE 2.246








200-399 22.3
CI 18.3 / 26.3
SE 2.057








400-599 16.3
CI 11.9 / 20.7
SE 2.237








Family type









Single 25.3
CI 21.4 / 29.2
SE 1.995








Two parent family with children 28.6
CI 23.9 / 33.3
SE 2.399








Married couple or partners 20.8
CI 16.4 / 25.2
SE 2.265








Single parent with children 31.7
CI 23.6 / 39.7
SE 4.101








Other 24.0
CI 20.3 / 27.7
SE 1.882








Country of birth









US 23.5
CI 21.4 / 25.6
SE 1.062








Outside US 22.3
CI 17.4 / 27.3
SE 2.544








Disability status









People with activity limitations 38.1
CI 34.2 / 42.1
SE 2.015








People without activity limitations 13.4
CI 11.4 / 15.4
SE 1.025








Geographic location









Metropolitan 22.7
CI 20.6 / 24.8
SE 1.078








Non-metropolitan 25.8
CI 21.2 / 30.5
SE 2.375








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 23.0
CI 20.6 / 25.4
SE 1.225








   Private 18.5
CI 15.8 / 21.2
SE 1.364








   Public 34.1
CI 29.4 / 38.9
SE 2.431








Uninsured 22.2
CI 17.0 / 27.5
SE 2.685








Marital status









Divorced or separated 30.9
CI 24.5 / 37.3
SE 3.259








Cohabiting partner 22.3
CI 15.8 / 28.8
SE 3.321








Married 22.8
CI 19.8 / 25.9
SE 1.550








Widowed 36.2
CI 16.0 / 56.4
SE 10.308








Never married 22.6
CI 18.3 / 26.9
SE 2.181








Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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.

Adults who miss work or school days because of balance and dizziness problems (age adjusted, percent, 18+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 14.5 (2008)
2020 Target: 13.0
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2008        
Total 14.5
CI 12.7 / 16.2
SE 0.888








Sex









Female 16.0
CI 13.7 / 18.3
SE 1.172








Male 11.6
CI 9.1 / 14.1
SE 1.275








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 14.8
CI 12.9 / 16.7
SE 0.974








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 14.6
CI 10.5 / 18.8
SE 2.124








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 15.1
CI 12.9 / 17.3
SE 1.125








Asian only DSU









2 or more races DSU









Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Hispanic or Latino 11.4
CI 7.5 / 15.3
SE 1.977








White only 14.7
CI 12.8 / 16.7
SE 1.009








Black or African American only 14.5
CI 10.4 / 18.6
SE 2.082








Age group† §









45-64 years 16.0
CI 13.4 / 18.6
SE 1.330








   55-64 years 14.4
CI 11.1 / 17.7
SE 1.703








   45-54 years 17.6
CI 13.5 / 21.7
SE 2.093








18-44 years 17.4
CI 14.5 / 20.2
SE 1.435








   18-24 years 14.7
CI 9.4 / 19.9
SE 2.677








   25-44 years 18.2
CI 14.9 / 21.5
SE 1.663








65 years and over 2.7
CI 1.5 / 4.0
SE 0.661








   75-84 years DSU









   85 years and over DSU









   65-74 years 4.2
CI 1.9 / 6.4
SE 1.141








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









Associates degree 19.1
CI 14.2 / 24.0
SE 2.516








Advanced degree 17.1
CI 10.1 / 24.1
SE 3.566








< High school 8.4
CI 5.0 / 11.8
SE 1.735








High school 12.8
CI 9.3 / 16.2
SE 1.758








4-year college degree 14.4
CI 9.8 / 18.9
SE 2.313








Some college 17.3
CI 13.6 / 21.1
SE 1.923








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









100-199 13.1
CI 10.1 / 16.2
SE 1.559








200-399 15.9
CI 12.2 / 19.5
SE 1.849








<100 10.7
CI 7.5 / 13.9
SE 1.616








400-599 17.5
CI 12.6 / 22.4
SE 2.505








600+ 13.5
CI 9.7 / 17.2
SE 1.918








Family type









Single 17.2
CI 14.0 / 20.5
SE 1.659








Other 14.8
CI 11.3 / 18.3
SE 1.779








Married couple or partners 12.4
CI 8.6 / 16.2
SE 1.949








Single parent with children 18.1
CI 12.4 / 23.7
SE 2.880








Two parent family with children 13.1
CI 9.2 / 17.0
SE 1.989








Country of birth









Outside US 10.8
CI 6.9 / 14.7
SE 1.986








US 15.0
CI 13.1 / 16.9
SE 0.967








Disability status









People without activity limitations 15.1
CI 12.9 / 17.3
SE 1.114








People with activity limitations 13.3
CI 10.3 / 16.4
SE 1.538








Geographic location









Metropolitan 14.8
CI 12.9 / 16.8
SE 0.990








Non-metropolitan 12.7
CI 8.8 / 16.7
SE 2.007








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 18.0
CI 15.6 / 20.3
SE 1.204








   Public 17.1
CI 12.4 / 21.7
SE 2.390








   Private 18.7
CI 15.9 / 21.4
SE 1.393








Uninsured 12.5
CI 8.7 / 16.3
SE 1.936








Marital status









Divorced or separated 16.8
CI 12.5 / 21.2
SE 2.222








Married 14.0
CI 11.4 / 16.5
SE 1.300








Widowed DSU









Cohabiting partner 13.5
CI 7.4 / 19.6
SE 3.121








Never married 15.5
CI 11.6 / 19.4
SE 1.986








Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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.

Adults who have fallen in the past 5 years due to dizziness, vertigo, or imbalance (age adjusted, percent, 18+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 55.6 (2008)
2020 Target: 50.0
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2008        
Total 55.6
CI 51.8 / 59.3
SE 1.914








Sex









Male 58.5
CI 51.7 / 65.2
SE 3.464








Female 54.1
CI 49.7 / 58.4
SE 2.221








Race/Ethnicity









Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Black or African American only 58.3
CI 49.7 / 66.9
SE 4.399








Not Hispanic or Latino 55.1
CI 51.0 / 59.1
SE 2.076








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 57.3
CI 48.5 / 66.0
SE 4.485








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 54.7
CI 50.1 / 59.2
SE 2.314








American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Asian only DSU









White only 55.1
CI 50.9 / 59.3
SE 2.137








2 or more races DSU









Hispanic or Latino 61.3
CI 50.9 / 71.6
SE 5.282








Age group† §









18-44 years 60.2
CI 54.4 / 66.0
SE 2.956








   25-44 years 55.9
CI 49.6 / 62.2
SE 3.211








   18-24 years 70.9
CI 58.1 / 83.6
SE 6.505








65 years and over 48.0
CI 42.2 / 53.8
SE 2.935








   75-84 years 49.5
CI 40.6 / 58.5
SE 4.580








   85 years and over 54.1
CI 41.6 / 66.5
SE 6.373








   65-74 years 45.1
CI 36.6 / 53.6
SE 4.345








45-64 years 51.7
CI 46.0 / 57.5
SE 2.929








   45-54 years 52.2
CI 44.0 / 60.5
SE 4.198








   55-64 years 51.2
CI 44.2 / 58.3
SE 3.611








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









Some college 54.5
CI 46.8 / 62.2
SE 3.912








4-year college degree 47.0
CI 37.2 / 56.7
SE 4.971








High school 55.7
CI 48.9 / 62.6
SE 3.497








Advanced degree 36.6
CI 23.2 / 50.1
SE 6.844








< High school 59.4
CI 50.8 / 67.9
SE 4.359








Associates degree 47.0
CI 35.6 / 58.5
SE 5.858








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









<100 65.3
CI 58.4 / 72.2
SE 3.519








600+ 48.8
CI 36.7 / 60.9
SE 6.173








100-199 67.7
CI 60.7 / 74.8
SE 3.581








200-399 47.2
CI 39.8 / 54.5
SE 3.748








400-599 45.3
CI 35.0 / 55.6
SE 5.266








Family type









Married couple or partners 55.5
CI 47.1 / 63.9
SE 4.301








Other 58.0
CI 50.4 / 65.6
SE 3.868








Single 55.4
CI 49.7 / 61.2
SE 2.921








Single parent with children 62.9
CI 50.8 / 75.1
SE 6.185








Two parent family with children 52.2
CI 41.5 / 62.9
SE 5.462








Country of birth









US 55.5
CI 51.6 / 59.3
SE 1.971








Outside US 55.8
CI 43.9 / 67.7
SE 6.087








Disability status









People without activity limitations 44.8
CI 39.8 / 49.8
SE 2.558








People with activity limitations 62.4
CI 56.9 / 68.0
SE 2.836








Geographic location









Metropolitan 55.2
CI 51.1 / 59.3
SE 2.075








Non-metropolitan 56.0
CI 47.4 / 64.6
SE 4.381








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 54.6
CI 49.6 / 59.7
SE 2.563








   Private 48.7
CI 42.6 / 54.8
SE 3.135








   Public 65.5
CI 58.0 / 73.0
SE 3.829








Uninsured 65.6
CI 57.3 / 73.8
SE 4.199








Marital status









Married 50.7
CI 44.7 / 56.8
SE 3.096








Cohabiting partner 58.2
CI 45.8 / 70.6
SE 6.330