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Preschool children ≤5 years receiving vision screening (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 40.1 (2008)
2020 Target: 44.1
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008        
Total 40.1
CI 37.8 / 42.4
SE 1.178








Sex









Female 40.3
CI 37.1 / 43.5
SE 1.644








Male 40.0
CI 37.0 / 43.0
SE 1.533








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 40.9
CI 38.1 / 43.7
SE 1.444








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 40.6
CI 34.7 / 46.4
SE 2.968








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 41.3
CI 37.8 / 44.9
SE 1.806








Asian only 32.0
CI 24.0 / 40.0
SE 4.066








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









2 or more races 45.5
CI 35.6 / 55.3
SE 5.012








American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Black or African American only 40.6
CI 35.1 / 46.2
SE 2.848








Hispanic or Latino 37.7
CI 33.8 / 41.5
SE 1.983








White only 40.1
CI 37.3 / 42.8
SE 1.404








Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









<100 38.0
CI 32.9 / 43.2
SE 2.624








100-199 37.4
CI 32.5 / 42.3
SE 2.500








200-399 39.6
CI 35.1 / 44.1
SE 2.297








400-599 44.0
CI 38.0 / 49.9
SE 3.042








600+ 46.5
CI 39.3 / 53.8
SE 3.703








Family type









Two parent family with children 41.1
CI 38.1 / 44.1
SE 1.523








Other 36.0
CI 31.3 / 40.7
SE 2.383








Single parent with children 42.4
CI 36.6 / 48.2
SE 2.962








Country of birth









Outside US 43.5
CI 27.8 / 59.1
SE 7.987








US 40.1
CI 37.8 / 42.4
SE 1.185








Disability status









People without activity limitations 39.5
CI 37.1 / 41.8
SE 1.209








People with activity limitations 53.0
CI 42.7 / 63.4
SE 5.283








Geographic location









Metropolitan 40.0
CI 37.5 / 42.5
SE 1.267








Non-metropolitan 40.8
CI 34.9 / 46.7
SE 3.022








Health insurance status









Insured 41.2
CI 38.8 / 43.5
SE 1.204








   Private 42.6
CI 39.5 / 45.6
SE 1.539








   Public 39.2
CI 35.7 / 42.8
SE 1.814








Uninsured 27.5
CI 20.1 / 34.9
SE 3.784








Footnotes View Footnotes

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.

Blindness and visual impairment in children and adolescents ≤17 years (per 1,000 population)

2020 Baseline (year): 28.2 (2008)
2020 Target: 25.4
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2008 2009 2010 2011  
Total 28.2
CI 24.1 / 32.2
SE 2.086
18.8
CI 15.5 / 22.2
SE 1.712
23.7
CI 20.5 / 26.9
SE 1.625
28.0
CI 24.4 / 31.7
SE 1.873


Sex









Male 24.8
CI 19.3 / 30.3
SE 2.820
16.1
CI 11.5 / 20.6
SE 2.314
21.3
CI 16.9 / 25.7
SE 2.239
24.1
CI 19.5 / 28.6
SE 2.333


Female 31.7
CI 25.7 / 37.7
SE 3.083
21.7
CI 16.6 / 26.7
SE 2.585
26.2
CI 21.3 / 31.1
SE 2.493
32.2
CI 26.4 / 37.9
SE 2.931


Race/Ethnicity









White only 27.9
CI 23.2 / 32.6
SE 2.388
15.8
CI 12.1 / 19.6
SE 1.904
24.1
CI 20.3 / 27.9
SE 1.946
27.2
CI 22.9 / 31.5
SE 2.199


Hispanic or Latino 35.5
CI 25.1 / 45.9
SE 5.292
17.5
CI 12.8 / 22.2
SE 2.406
27.2
CI 20.5 / 33.9
SE 3.420
30.1
CI 22.8 / 37.3
SE 3.692


Asian only DSU

DSU

DSU

25.4
CI 10.7 / 40.0
SE 7.491


American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



Black or African American only 31.8
CI 19.2 / 44.4
SE 6.434
35.5
CI 24.6 / 46.4
SE 5.580
27.5
CI 18.4 / 36.7
SE 4.678
33.5
CI 24.0 / 43.0
SE 4.852


Not Hispanic or Latino 26.2
CI 21.9 / 30.4
SE 2.185
19.2
CI 15.1 / 23.3
SE 2.096
22.7
CI 19.1 / 26.3
SE 1.834
27.4
CI 23.1 / 31.7
SE 2.178


   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 33.0
CI 19.8 / 46.2
SE 6.716
35.7
CI 24.2 / 47.2
SE 5.861
27.9
CI 18.4 / 37.4
SE 4.850
35.1
CI 25.0 / 45.2
SE 5.175


   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 24.5
CI 19.7 / 29.2
SE 2.430
15.3
CI 10.5 / 20.0
SE 2.426
22.7
CI 18.1 / 27.2
SE 2.317
26.2
CI 21.1 / 31.4
SE 2.641


2 or more races 32.8
CI 13.5 / 52.0
SE 9.824
DSU

DSU

DSU



Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



Age group









0-4 15.8
CI 9.8 / 21.7
SE 3.034
10.0
CI 4.3 / 15.7
SE 2.897
12.1
CI 7.5 / 16.6
SE 2.327
20.4
CI 14.5 / 26.4
SE 3.053


5-11 32.0
CI 24.3 / 39.6
SE 3.910
21.2
CI 15.8 / 26.6
SE 2.744
27.5
CI 21.7 / 33.2
SE 2.940
30.7
CI 24.3 / 37.2
SE 3.286


12-17 34.2
CI 27.3 / 41.1
SE 3.530
23.6
CI 17.3 / 29.9
SE 3.209
29.4
CI 23.1 / 35.8
SE 3.262
31.4
CI 25.3 / 37.6
SE 3.144


Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









100-199 28.8
CI 19.7 / 37.9
SE 4.636
22.9
CI 15.0 / 30.8
SE 4.032
27.3
CI 19.7 / 34.8
SE 3.866
31.9
CI 23.5 / 40.2
SE 4.277


600+ 15.1
CI 7.8 / 22.3
SE 3.717
DSU

13.0
CI 6.6 / 19.4
SE 3.275
15.8
CI 8.7 / 23.0
SE 3.647


200-399 25.9
CI 18.3 / 33.5
SE 3.879
18.0
CI 11.4 / 24.7
SE 3.406
20.7
CI 14.9 / 26.5
SE 2.967
20.7
CI 14.8 / 26.6
SE 2.995


400-599 23.1
CI 13.5 / 32.7
SE 4.896
12.6
CI 6.3 / 19.0
SE 3.227
17.7
CI 10.2 / 25.2
SE 3.836
15.8
CI 9.1 / 22.5
SE 3.419


<100 44.3
CI 31.0 / 57.6
SE 6.789
27.2
CI 19.0 / 35.5
SE 4.210
33.6
CI 25.5 / 41.7
SE 4.119
47.1
CI 36.2 / 58.0
SE 5.580


Family type









Two parent family with children 22.7
CI 17.6 / 27.8
SE 2.616
12.7
CI 9.5 / 15.8
SE 1.605
20.2
CI 15.9 / 24.5
SE 2.185
22.1
CI 17.7 / 26.5
SE 2.234


Single parent with children 41.5
CI 29.3 / 53.7
SE 6.238
33.4
CI 20.7 / 46.0
SE 6.457
31.5
CI 23.4 / 39.6
SE 4.134
36.5
CI 25.5 / 47.5
SE 5.626


Other 31.9
CI 24.1 / 39.7
SE 3.980
22.3
CI 15.2 / 29.5
SE 3.630
25.8
CI 19.7 / 31.9
SE 3.111
34.1
CI 27.3 / 41.0
SE 3.506


Country of birth









US 28.2
CI 24.0 / 32.4
SE 2.148
19.1
CI 15.6 / 22.6
SE 1.781
23.3
CI 20.1 / 26.5
SE 1.632
28.1
CI 24.4 / 31.9
SE 1.926


Outside US 27.0
CI 11.9 / 42.1
SE 7.697
DSU

33.3
CI 17.1 / 49.5
SE 8.280
25.6
CI 12.0 / 39.3
SE 6.956


Disability status









People without activity limitations 24.5
CI 20.5 / 28.4
SE 2.020
15.2
CI 11.9 / 18.5
SE 1.679
18.3
CI 15.2 / 21.4
SE 1.579
23.0
CI 19.8 / 26.3
SE 1.676


People with activity limitations 68.0
CI 47.4 / 88.5
SE 10.481
55.7
CI 40.4 / 71.1
SE 7.839
78.0
CI 57.8 / 98.3
SE 10.329
78.7
CI 57.1 / 100.4
SE 11.047


Geographic location









Metropolitan 27.8
CI 23.3 / 32.3
SE 2.293
19.0
CI 15.3 / 22.6
SE 1.871
22.4
CI 19.0 / 25.9
SE 1.753
26.9
CI 23.2 / 30.7
SE 1.914


Non-metropolitan 29.9
CI 19.8 / 40.1
SE 5.175
17.9
CI 9.7 / 26.1
SE 4.190
30.8
CI 21.4 / 40.2
SE 4.807
34.1
CI 21.7 / 46.4
SE 6.323


Health insurance status









Uninsured 37.8
CI 24.4 / 51.2
SE 6.836
16.5
CI 7.8 / 25.3
SE 4.464
39.8
CI 23.6 / 55.9
SE 8.252
39.1
CI 24.1 / 54.1
SE 7.655


Insured 27.2
CI 23.0 / 31.5
SE 2.165
18.9
CI 15.3 / 22.5
SE 1.845
22.3
CI 19.0 / 25.6
SE 1.673
26.9
CI 23.1 / 30.6
SE 1.913


   Private 20.0
CI 15.4 / 24.5
SE 2.316
12.0
CI 8.5 / 15.5
SE 1.785
16.6
CI 12.8 / 20.4
SE 1.918
18.8
CI 14.8 / 22.8
SE 2.032


   Public 40.0
CI 31.2 / 48.9
SE 4.512
29.5
CI 22.2 / 36.8
SE 3.738
30.4
CI 24.3 / 36.4
SE 3.106
38.0
CI 31.1 / 44.8
SE 3.507


Footnotes View Footnotes

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.

Occupational eye injuries resulting in lost work days (per 10,000 full-time workers in private industry)

2020 Baseline (year): 2.9 (2008)
2020 Target: 2.6
Desired Direction:

Occupational eye injuries resulting in lost work days (per 10,000 full-time workers in private industry)

2020 Baseline (year): 2.9 (2008)
2020 Target: 2.6
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2008        
Total 2.9









Sex









Male 4.0









Female 1.3









Footnotes View Footnotes

---: 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.

Occupational eye injuries treated in emergency departments (per 10,000 full-time workers)

2020 Baseline (year): 12.9 (2008)
2020 Target: 11.6
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2008        
Total 12.9
CI 9.0 / 16.8
SE 2.0








Sex









Female 5.1
CI 3.6 / 6.6
SE 0.74








Male 18.7
CI 12.7 / 24.7
SE 3.05








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.

Adults receiving a dilated eye examination within the past 2 years (age adjusted, percent, 18+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 55.0 (2008)
2020 Target: 60.5
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008        
Total 55.0
CI 54.2 / 55.9
SE 0.434








Sex









Female 58.9
CI 57.8 / 60.0
SE 0.573








Male 51.0
CI 49.8 / 52.2
SE 0.620








Race/Ethnicity









Asian only 55.6
CI 52.2 / 58.9
SE 1.713








2 or more races 57.6
CI 49.9 / 65.3
SE 3.918








Hispanic or Latino 48.1
CI 45.9 / 50.4
SE 1.135








Not Hispanic or Latino 56.3
CI 55.4 / 57.2
SE 0.467








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 55.0
CI 52.9 / 57.0
SE 1.043








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 56.5
CI 55.5 / 57.6
SE 0.531








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









White only 55.0
CI 54.1 / 56.0
SE 0.484








American Indian or Alaska Native only 47.6
CI 38.0 / 57.3
SE 4.924








Black or African American only 55.0
CI 53.0 / 57.0
SE 1.023








Age group† §









65 and over 76.9
CI 75.4 / 78.4
SE 0.781








   85 and over 74.8
CI 70.4 / 79.3
SE 2.283








   65-74 74.8
CI 72.7 / 77.0
SE 1.081








   75-84 80.7
CI 78.4 / 83.1
SE 1.200








45-64 63.6
CI 62.3 / 64.9
SE 0.669








   55-64 68.0
CI 66.2 / 69.9
SE 0.939








   45-54 60.2
CI 58.3 / 62.0
SE 0.931








18-44 43.2
CI 42.0 / 44.5
SE 0.638








   18-24 42.5
CI 39.8 / 45.2
SE 1.389








   25-44 43.5
CI 42.1 / 44.8
SE 0.698








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









Advanced degree 66.5
CI 64.0 / 69.0
SE 1.291








Some college 58.8
CI 56.9 / 60.7
SE 0.959








4-year college degree 63.4
CI 61.6 / 65.2
SE 0.927








< High school 43.3
CI 41.1 / 45.6
SE 1.141








High school 52.7
CI 51.0 / 54.3
SE 0.842








Associates degree 61.4
CI 58.7 / 64.0
SE 1.347








Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









600+ 63.5
CI 61.4 / 65.7
SE 1.094








100-199 45.7
CI 43.7 / 47.6
SE 0.981








400-599 59.5
CI 57.5 / 61.5
SE 1.020








<100 46.1
CI 43.7 / 48.5
SE 1.211








200-399 54.5
CI 53.0 / 56.1
SE 0.792








Family type









Two parent family with children 51.5
CI 45.8 / 57.1
SE 2.887








Single 54.5
CI 52.9 / 56.0
SE 0.791








Other 52.3
CI 50.6 / 54.0
SE 0.854








Single parent with children 46.0
CI 39.4 / 52.6
SE 3.384








Married couple or partners 56.0
CI 54.1 / 57.9
SE 0.975








Country of birth









US 56.6
CI 55.7 / 57.5
SE 0.463








Outside US 48.0
CI 45.9 / 50.1
SE 1.082








Disability status









People without activity limitations 55.2
CI 54.3 / 56.1
SE 0.466








People with activity limitations 54.4
CI 51.7 / 57.0
SE 1.334








Geographic location









Metropolitan 55.7
CI 54.8 / 56.6
SE 0.475








Non-metropolitan 51.8
CI 49.8 / 53.8
SE 1.037








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 55.0
CI 53.9 / 56.0
SE 0.546








   Private 55.7
CI 54.6 / 56.9
SE 0.594








   Public 50.3
CI 47.8 / 52.8
SE 1.280








Uninsured 32.5
CI 30.4 / 34.6
SE 1.062








Marital status









Widowed 56.9
CI 47.5 / 66.3
SE 4.814








Never married 51.8
CI 49.7 / 53.9
SE 1.070








Cohabiting partner 47.7
CI 43.9 / 51.4
SE 1.909








Married 55.7
CI 54.3 / 57.1
SE 0.694








Divorced or separated 49.9
CI 46.9 / 52.9
SE 1.523








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.

Visual impairment due to glaucoma (age adjusted, per 1,000 population, 45+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 13.9 (2008)
2020 Target: 12.5
Desired Direction:

Visual impairment due to uncorrected refractive errors (age adjusted, per 1,000 population, 12+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 136.1 (2005-2008)
2020 Target: 122.5
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2005-2008        
Total 136.1
CI 125.7 / 146.4
SE 5.061








Sex









Male 133.1
CI 120.0 / 146.1
SE 6.403








Female 138.8
CI 126.3 / 151.3
SE 6.15








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino ---









   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 164.8
CI 145.8 / 183.8
SE 9.305








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 119.4
CI 109.0 / 129.8
SE 5.107








Hispanic or Latino DSU









   Mexican American 179.7
CI 165.7 / 193.6
SE 6.818








Age group† §









65 and over 196.2
CI 168.8 / 223.6
SE 13.414








   75-79 203.3
CI 152.8 / 253.7
SE 24.667








   65-74 164.0
CI 131.2 / 196.7
SE 16.071








   80 and over 272.9
CI 234.2 / 311.6
SE 18.976








45-64 113.1
CI 97.9 / 128.3
SE 7.463








   55-64 112.0
CI 84.8 / 139.1
SE 13.323








   45-54 113.8
CI 95.1 / 132.5
SE 9.166








12-17 176.8
CI 158.2 / 195.5
SE 9.162








18-44 119.4
CI 107.0 / 131.7
SE 6.046








   18-24 127.3
CI 103.4 / 151.1
SE 11.692








   25-44 116.6
CI 102.0 / 131.2
SE 7.153








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









Some College or AA degree 126.5
CI 106.6 / 146.4
SE 9.741








College graduate or above 108.0
CI 91.4 / 124.6
SE 8.155








< High school 181.0
CI 158.8 / 203.3
SE 10.914








High school (including GED or equivalent) 128.5
CI 110.5 / 146.4
SE 8.816








Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









200-399 133.6
CI 118.8 / 148.5
SE 7.298








100-199 169.0
CI 152.1 / 186.0
SE 8.304








<100 170.8
CI 150.9 / 190.7
SE 9.753








400-499 111.8
CI 88.1 / 135.5
SE 11.598








500+ 105.9
CI 89.9 / 121.9
SE 7.839








Country of birth









Outside US 191.1
CI 164.9 / 217.2
SE 12.812








US 127.3
CI 118.0 / 136.6
SE 4.557








Disability status (20 years and over)









People with activity limitations 139.7
CI 117.4 / 162.0
SE 10.926








People without activity limitations 129.4
CI 117.9 / 141.0
SE 5.672








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Uninsured 162.0
CI 143.2 / 180.8
SE 9.234








Insured 115.0
CI 104.0 / 125.9
SE 5.377








   Public 150.0
CI 124.2 / 175.8
SE 12.669








   Private 108.4
CI 97.2 / 119.7
SE 5.522








Diabetes status









With - Diabetes 184.6
CI 138.4 / 230.7
SE 22.646








Without - Diabetes 134.4
CI 123.6 / 145.2
SE 5.301








Marital status (20 years and over)









Divorced or separated 134.8
CI 101.2 / 168.3
SE 16.458








Never married 155.5
CI 128.4 / 182.6
SE 13.281








Married 124.1
CI 109.2 / 138.9
SE 7.265








Cohabiting partner 116.4
CI 77.4 / 155.4
SE 19.115








Widowed 90.3
CI 67.1 / 113.5
SE 11.36








Veteran status (17 years and over)









Non-veteran 135.3
CI 123.9 / 146.8
SE 5.621








Veteran 77.9
CI 58.2 / 97.6
SE 9.64








Obesity status - Children (19 years and under) §









Obese 182.1
CI 140.3 / 223.9
SE 20.499








Not obese 163.0
CI 143.9 / 182.2
SE 9.379








Obesity status - Adults (20 years and over)









Not obese 126.5
CI 114.2 / 138.8
SE 6.047








Obese 142.1
CI 124.3 / 159.9
SE 8.74








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.

Visual impairment due to diabetic retinopathy (age adjusted, per 1,000 population, 18+ years with diabetes)

2020 Baseline (year): 34.2 (2008)
2020 Target: 30.8
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 20081        
Total 34.2
CI 21.2 / 47.1
SE 6.611








Sex









Male 27.8
CI 12.2 / 43.3
SE 7.951








Female 40.2
CI 19.4 / 61.0
SE 10.606








Race/Ethnicity









American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Asian only DSU









Not Hispanic or Latino 33.2
CI 18.5 / 47.9
SE 7.505








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino DSU









   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 39.0
CI 18.8 / 59.3
SE 10.333








White only 39.1
CI 22.2 / 55.9
SE 8.577








2 or more races DSU









Black or African American only DSU









Hispanic or Latino DSU









Age group† §









18-44 DSU









   25-44 DSU









   18-24 DSU









65 and over 43.8
CI 26.5 / 61.1
SE 8.827








   75-84 DSU









   85 and over DSU









   65-74 46.2
CI 21.7 / 70.6
SE 12.467








45-64 37.1
CI 23.6 / 50.6
SE 6.902








   45-54 45.3
CI 20.7 / 70.0
SE 12.567








   55-64 30.6
CI 15.9 / 45.3
SE 7.519








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









4-year college degree DSU









< High school DSU









Associates degree DSU









Some college DSU









Advanced degree DSU









High school DSU









Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









400-599 DSU









600+ DSU









<100 72.3
CI 30.2 / 114.3
SE 21.469








100-199 DSU









200-399 11.4
CI 5.5 / 17.3
SE 3.021








Family type









Two parent family with children DSU









Single DSU









Married couple or partners 19.2
CI 10.2 / 28.2
SE 4.607








Other DSU









Single parent with children DSU









Country of birth









Outside US DSU









US 34.5
CI 20.0 / 48.9
SE 7.372








Disability status









People with activity limitations 88.0
CI 39.8 / 136.2
SE 24.589








People without activity limitations DSU









Geographic location









Metropolitan 39.3
CI 23.5 / 55.0
SE 8.024








Non-metropolitan DSU









Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 37.3
CI 18.0 / 56.6
SE 9.844








   Private DSU









   Public DSU









Uninsured DSU









Marital status









Cohabiting partner DSU









Never married 69.5
CI 29.7 / 109.2
SE 20.292








Divorced or separated 20.4
CI 10.9 / 30.0
SE 4.866








Married DSU









Widowed 18.8
CI 8.4 / 29.2
SE 5.320








Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

1Baseline 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.

Visual impairment due to glaucoma (age adjusted, per 1,000 population, 45+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 13.9 (2008)
2020 Target: 12.5
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 20081        
Total 13.9
CI 11.5 / 16.4
SE 1.245








Sex









Male 15.2
CI 11.4 / 18.9
SE 1.906








Female 13.0
CI 9.9 / 16.1
SE 1.580








Race/Ethnicity









Black or African American only 30.2
CI 19.3 / 41.0
SE 5.539








White only 11.8
CI 9.3 / 14.2
SE 1.236








2 or more races DSU









Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Hispanic or Latino 17.6
CI 10.1 / 25.1
SE 3.840








Not Hispanic or Latino 13.6
CI 11.0 / 16.1
SE 1.303








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 30.4
CI 19.4 / 41.5
SE 5.626








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 11.2
CI 8.7 / 13.8
SE 1.292








American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Asian only DSU









Age group† §









65 and over 27.1
CI 21.7 / 32.5
SE 2.766








   85 and over 50.6
CI 30.6 / 70.6
SE 10.204








   75-84 31.4
CI 21.3 / 41.5
SE 5.152








   65-74 19.1
CI 12.8 / 25.5
SE 3.239








45-64 6.4
CI 4.5 / 8.4
SE 0.998








   55-64 9.0
CI 5.4 / 12.6
SE 1.833








   45-54 4.5
CI 2.0 / 7.0
SE 1.268








Educational attainment









High school 12.5
CI 8.3 / 16.7
SE 2.135








Associates degree DSU









< High school 16.7
CI 11.1 / 22.3
SE 2.867








4-year college degree 16.6
CI 9.6 / 23.7
SE 3.616








Advanced degree DSU









Some college 12.1
CI 6.7 / 17.4
SE 2.737








Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









100-199 16.4
CI 10.2 / 22.6
SE 3.157








600+ 16.7
CI 10.1 / 23.4
SE 3.371








200-399 12.9
CI 8.6 / 17.3
SE 2.233








<100 25.9
CI 15.3 / 36.4
SE 5.368








400-599 DSU









Family type









Other 18.3
CI 12.1 / 24.4
SE 3.156








Single 15.9
CI 12.3 / 19.6
SE 1.875








Single parent with children DSU









Two parent family with children DSU









Married couple or partners 11.0
CI 7.5 / 14.5
SE 1.765








Country of birth









US 13.8
CI 11.2 / 16.4
SE 1.336








Outside US 14.5
CI 8.0 / 21.0
SE 3.324








Disability status









People without activity limitations 10.8
CI 8.2 / 13.5
SE 1.355








People with activity limitations 23.6
CI 17.3 / 29.8
SE 3.168








Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 13.7
CI 9.0 / 18.4
SE 2.413








Metropolitan 13.9
CI 11.1 / 16.6
SE 1.403








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 6.1
CI 4.0 / 8.2
SE 1.067








   Private 4.9
CI 2.6 / 7.2
SE 1.163








   Public 13.5
CI 6.7 / 20.4
SE 3.479








Uninsured DSU









Marital status









Never married DSU









Cohabiting partner DSU









Married 11.6
CI 8.3 / 14.9
SE 1.671








Divorced or separated 16.8
CI 10.4 / 23.2
SE 3.265








Widowed 19.0
CI 12.4 / 25.6
SE 3.380








Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

1Baseline 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.

Visual impairment due to cataract (age adjusted, per 1,000 population, 65+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 110.0 (2008)
2020 Target: 99.0
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 20081        
Total 110.0
CI 99.1 / 120.8
SE 5.534








Sex









Male 103.0
CI 85.7 / 120.3
SE 8.814








Female 114.7
CI 100.0 / 129.3
SE 7.486








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 110.7
CI 99.3 / 122.2
SE 5.850








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 86.5
CI 60.7 / 112.2
SE 13.158








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 112.9
CI 100.3 / 125.5
SE 6.440








Black or African American only 88.3
CI 62.7 / 114.0
SE 13.081








White only 111.8
CI 100.0 / 123.7
SE 6.059








American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Hispanic or Latino 98.8
CI 68.4 / 129.1
SE 15.474








Asian only 106.1
CI 60.9 / 151.3
SE 23.066








2 or more races DSU









Age group† §









85 and over 136.7
CI 101.6 / 171.7
SE 17.904








65-74 91.2
CI 76.0 / 106.5
SE 7.777








75-84 128.3
CI 110.2 / 146.4
SE 9.254








Educational attainment









Associates degree 154.0
CI 104.6 / 203.5
SE 25.225








4-year college degree 70.4
CI 43.1 / 97.6
SE 13.908








Advanced degree 117.7
CI 79.4 / 156.0
SE 19.521








< High school 120.9
CI 97.8 / 144.0
SE 11.793








High school 107.6
CI 88.1 / 127.1
SE 9.950








Some college 95.5
CI 69.8 / 121.1
SE 13.086








Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









200-399 121.4
CI 101.3 / 141.5
SE 10.262








600+ 74.5
CI 49.6 / 99.4
SE 12.719








<100 131.9
CI 88.3 / 175.5
SE 22.258








100-199 126.6
CI 99.8 / 153.4
SE 13.656








400-599 81.0
CI 56.3 / 105.7
SE 12.586








Family type









Two parent family with children DSU









Married couple or partners 103.3
CI 87.2 / 119.4
SE 8.230








Single 105.5
CI 91.0 / 119.9
SE 7.364








Other 124.1
CI 91.5 / 156.7
SE 16.632








Country of birth









US 112.9
CI 100.9 / 124.9
SE 6.098








Outside US 87.8
CI 60.5 / 115.1
SE 13.940








Disability status









People without activity limitations 80.9
CI 68.4 / 93.4
SE 6.366








People with activity limitations 157.5
CI 136.4 / 178.7
SE 10.804








Geographic location









Metropolitan 107.6
CI 95.6 / 119.6
SE 6.108








Non-metropolitan 118.0
CI 93.0 / 143.1
SE 12.763








Marital status









Widowed 118.9
CI 96.3 / 141.5
SE 11.529








Divorced or separated 98.1
CI 69.1 / 127.0
SE 14.774








Cohabiting partner DSU









Married 101.2
CI 86.3 / 116.1
SE 7.591








Never married 124.7
CI 72.7 / 176.8
SE 26.555








Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

1Baseline 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.

Visual impairment due to age-related macular degeneration (age adjusted, per 1,000 population, 45+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 15.5 (2008)
2020 Target: 14.0
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 20081        
Total 15.5
CI 13.1 / 18.0
SE 1.260








Sex









Male 11.0
CI 7.8 / 14.2
SE 1.649








Female 19.2
CI 15.6 / 22.8
SE 1.857








Race/Ethnicity









Black or African American only DSU









Hispanic or Latino DSU









Not Hispanic or Latino 16.0
CI 13.4 / 18.7
SE 1.369








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino DSU









   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 17.6
CI 14.7 / 20.6
SE 1.523








American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









2 or more races DSU









Asian only DSU









White only 17.0
CI 14.2 / 19.7
SE 1.400








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Age group† §









45-64 5.0
CI 2.9 / 7.0
SE 1.044








   55-64 5.8
CI 2.9 / 8.8
SE 1.491








   45-54 4.0
CI 1.7 / 6.3
SE 1.169








65 and over 34.0
CI 28.1 / 40.0
SE 3.029








   65-74 13.6
CI 7.9 / 19.3
SE 2.890








   75-84 36.3
CI 26.5 / 46.1
SE 4.995








   85 and over 119.7
CI 88.5 / 150.8
SE 15.872








Educational attainment









< High school 21.9
CI 14.9 / 28.8
SE 3.547








High school 15.0
CI 11.0 / 19.0
SE 2.040








Some college 12.2
CI 7.1 / 17.4
SE 2.624








4-year college degree 9.0
CI 4.2 / 13.9
SE 2.472








Advanced degree DSU









Associates degree DSU









Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









600+ DSU









200-399 17.7
CI 13.1 / 22.3
SE 2.365








400-599 11.3
CI 6.1 / 16.5
SE 2.658








<100 15.6
CI 8.3 / 23.0
SE 3.746








100-199 21.9
CI 13.9 / 29.9
SE 4.071








Family type









Single parent with children DSU









Single 20.2
CI 16.3 / 24.1
SE 1.983








Two parent family with children DSU









Married couple or partners 10.9
CI 7.8 / 13.9
SE 1.561








Other 17.2
CI 10.4 / 24.0
SE 3.453








Country of birth









US 16.6
CI 13.9 / 19.4
SE 1.413








Outside US DSU









Disability status









People with activity limitations 32.1
CI 25.5 / 38.8
SE 3.388








People without activity limitations 7.0
CI 4.8 / 9.1
SE 1.098








Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 13.8
CI 7.6 / 20.1
SE 3.167








Metropolitan 16.0
CI 13.2 / 18.8
SE 1.417








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 5.2
CI 2.9 / 7.6
SE 1.194








   Private 3.8
CI 1.6 / 6.0
SE 1.131








   Public DSU









Uninsured DSU









Marital status









Widowed 26.3
CI 20.2 / 32.4
SE 3.128








Divorced or separated 11.9
CI 5.9 / 17.9
SE 3.057








Never married 18.7
CI 8.2 / 29.2
SE 5.353








Married 11.6
CI 8.5 / 14.7
SE 1.593








Cohabiting partner DSU









Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

1Baseline 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.

Use of protective eyewear at home by children and adolescents (percent, 6–17 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 16.5 (2008)
2020 Target: 18.2
Desired Direction:

Use of protective eyewear at home by children and adolescents (percent, 6–17 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 16.5 (2008)
2020 Target: 18.2
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008        
Total 16.5
CI 14.6 / 18.4
SE 0.965








Sex









Male 19.2
CI 16.7 / 21.7
SE 1.273








Female 12.2
CI 9.5 / 14.9
SE 1.366








Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino 15.0
CI 11.0 / 19.0
SE 2.045








American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









2 or more races 17.1
CI 7.3 / 26.9
SE 4.982








Not Hispanic or Latino 16.8
CI 14.7 / 18.9
SE 1.060








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 16.3
CI 14.0 / 18.7
SE 1.191








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 19.4
CI 13.9 / 24.9
SE 2.814








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Black or African American only 19.3
CI 13.9 / 24.7
SE 2.737








White only 16.0
CI 13.9 / 18.1
SE 1.072








Asian only 14.1
CI 6.8 / 21.4
SE 3.706








Age group









6-11 12.8
CI 10.4 / 15.2
SE 1.211








12-17 19.9
CI 17.1 / 22.8
SE 1.462








Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









<100 10.4
CI 5.7 / 15.0
SE 2.386








100-199 19.2
CI 13.8 / 24.6
SE 2.775








600+ 17.9
CI 12.7 / 23.1
SE 2.645








400-599 16.4
CI 12.3 / 20.4
SE 2.045








200-399 16.6
CI 13.2 / 19.9
SE 1.715








Family type









Other 16.8
CI 13.3 / 20.2
SE 1.743








Two parent family with children 16.4
CI 13.9 / 18.8
SE 1.236








Single parent with children 16.8
CI 12.2 / 21.3
SE 2.336








Country of birth









Outside US 12.4
CI 4.2 / 20.5
SE 4.177








US 16.7
CI 14.8 / 18.6
SE 0.985








Disability status









People with activity limitations 16.8
CI 11.0 / 22.6
SE 2.942








People without activity limitations 16.5
CI 14.4 / 18.5
SE 1.040








Geographic location









Metropolitan 16.5
CI 14.3 / 18.6
SE 1.078








Non-metropolitan 16.8
CI 12.8 / 20.9
SE 2.050








Health insurance status









Uninsured 11.2
CI 5.6 / 16.7
SE 2.830








Insured 17.0
CI 15.0 / 19.0
SE 1.017








   Private 16.6
CI 14.4 / 18.9
SE 1.142








   Public 18.3
CI 14.2 / 22.4
SE 2.097








Footnotes View Footnotes

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.

Use of protective eyewear at home by adults (age adjusted, percent, 18+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 39.7 (2008)
2020 Target: 43.7
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008        
Total 39.7
CI 38.0 / 41.3
SE 0.855








Sex









Male 42.1
CI 40.2 / 44.1
SE 1.002








Female 32.3
CI 29.4 / 35.2
SE 1.473








Race/Ethnicity









Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Not Hispanic or Latino 39.8
CI 38.0 / 41.6
SE 0.907








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 32.7
CI 27.8 / 37.6
SE 2.499








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 40.9
CI 38.9 / 42.8
SE 0.984








2 or more races 30.8
CI 18.3 / 43.4
SE 6.402








American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Black or African American only 32.8
CI 28.0 / 37.7
SE 2.486








White only 40.6
CI 38.8 / 42.4
SE 0.922








Hispanic or Latino 37.6
CI 31.1 / 44.1
SE 3.329








Asian only 32.6
CI 23.4 / 41.9
SE 4.728








Age group† §









18-44 31.3
CI 29.3 / 33.4
SE 1.051








   18-24 22.5
CI 18.0 / 27.0
SE 2.285








   25-44 34.1
CI 31.8 / 36.5
SE 1.206








65 and over 48.6
CI 43.8 / 53.5
SE 2.467








   75-84 46.6
CI 37.3 / 55.9
SE 4.747








   85 and over DSU









   65-74 49.1
CI 43.4 / 54.9
SE 2.911








45-64 49.3
CI 46.4 / 52.3
SE 1.492








   45-54 47.5
CI 43.8 / 51.2
SE 1.903








   55-64 52.3
CI 47.5 / 57.1
SE 2.438








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









Associates degree 47.7
CI 42.8 / 52.6
SE 2.497








Advanced degree 42.0
CI 37.0 / 46.9
SE 2.532








High school 41.0
CI 37.6 / 44.4
SE 1.740








< High school 40.6
CI 35.0 / 46.1
SE 2.829








4-year college degree 40.3
CI 36.3 / 44.4
SE 2.044








Some college 45.1
CI 41.0 / 49.1
SE 2.068








Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









<100 36.3
CI 29.2 / 43.4
SE 3.624








600+ 41.6
CI 38.1 / 45.2
SE 1.820








100-199 35.6
CI 31.3 / 39.9
SE 2.190








200-399 40.2
CI 37.2 / 43.3
SE 1.547








400-599 40.9
CI 37.1 / 44.6
SE 1.915








Family type









Two parent family with children 49.4
CI 45.8 / 53.0
SE 1.829








Married couple or partners 45.8
CI 42.1 / 49.5
SE 1.879








Single parent with children 31.3
CI 22.5 / 40.1
SE 4.471








Single 35.6
CI 32.9 / 38.3
SE 1.370








Other 37.8
CI 33.7 / 41.8
SE 2.079








Country of birth









US 40.0
CI 38.2 / 41.8
SE 0.902








Outside US 35.7
CI 30.0 / 41.3
SE 2.864








Disability status









People without activity limitations 39.7
CI 37.9 / 41.5
SE 0.912








People with activity limitations 39.1
CI 33.9 / 44.3
SE 2.651








Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 42.0
CI 38.5 / 45.5
SE 1.781








Metropolitan 39.2
CI 37.2 / 41.2
SE 1.010








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 37.9
CI 36.2 / 39.7
SE 0.901








   Private 38.1
CI 36.2 / 39.9
SE 0.945








   Public 37.7
CI 31.2 / 44.1
SE 3.296








Uninsured 38.0
CI 33.6 / 42.3
SE 2.199








Marital status









Cohabiting partner 43.4
CI 35.7 / 51.2
SE 3.958








Widowed 45.6
CI 27.9 / 63.4
SE 9.043








Never married 32.7
CI 27.8 / 37.7
SE 2.524








Divorced or separated 33.9
CI 30.1 / 37.8
SE 1.941








Married 41.5
CI 39.0 / 43.9
SE 1.273








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.

Use of assistive and adaptive devices by persons with visual impairment (age adjusted, percent, 18+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 11.2 (2008)
2020 Target: 12.3
Desired Direction:

Use of vision rehabilitation services by persons with visual impairment (age adjusted, per 1,000 population, 18+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 30.2 (2008)
2020 Target: 33.2
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 20081        
Total 30.2
CI 20.8 / 39.5
SE 4.762








Sex









Male 31.2
CI 17.5 / 45.0
SE 7.031








Female 29.5
CI 18.7 / 40.4
SE 5.528








Race/Ethnicity









American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Hispanic or Latino DSU









Not Hispanic or Latino 29.7
CI 19.3 / 40.1
SE 5.295








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino DSU









   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 28.0
CI 16.7 / 39.2
SE 5.743








Asian only DSU









2 or more races DSU









Black or African American only DSU









White only 29.4
CI 19.2 / 39.5
SE 5.183








Age group† §









18-44 25.9
CI 11.8 / 40.1
SE 7.218








   25-44 DSU









   18-24 DSU









65 and over 37.1
CI 23.7 / 50.6
SE 6.866








   65-74 DSU









   85 and over DSU









   75-84 42.4
CI 18.3 / 66.5
SE 12.291








45-64 33.7
CI 19.4 / 48.1
SE 7.309








   45-54 DSU









   55-64 39.2
CI 17.2 / 61.1
SE 11.202








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









4-year college degree 54.6
CI 24.4 / 84.9
SE 15.431








Advanced degree DSU









High school 21.1
CI 9.8 / 32.3
SE 5.741








Some college DSU









< High school DSU









Associates degree DSU









Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









<100 24.4
CI 10.8 / 38.0
SE 6.955








200-399 39.3
CI 17.9 / 60.8
SE 10.933








600+ DSU









100-199 28.8
CI 13.0 / 44.6
SE 8.062








400-599 DSU









Family type









Married couple or partners DSU









Other 24.3
CI 11.5 / 37.1
SE 6.529








Single parent with children DSU









Two parent family with children DSU









Single 23.7
CI 13.3 / 34.2
SE 5.310








Country of birth









US 32.2
CI 21.8 / 42.5
SE 5.265








Outside US DSU









Geographic location









Non-metropolitan DSU









Metropolitan 30.2
CI 20.4 / 40.0
SE 4.986








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 32.0
CI 19.6 / 44.5
SE 6.358








   Public DSU









   Private 34.3
CI 18.9 / 49.7
SE 7.842








Uninsured DSU









Marital status









Divorced or separated 17.1
CI 7.2 / 27.1
SE 5.077








Never married 39.0
CI 17.0 / 60.9
SE 11.214








Cohabiting partner DSU









Widowed DSU









Married DSU









Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

1Baseline 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.

Use of assistive and adaptive devices by persons with visual impairment (age adjusted, percent, 18+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 11.2 (2008)
2020 Target: 12.3
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008        
Total 11.2
CI 9.7 / 12.7
SE 0.744








Sex









Female 11.6
CI 9.7 / 13.5
SE 0.966








Male 10.7
CI 8.7 / 12.7
SE 1.035








Race/Ethnicity









White only 11.2
CI 9.5 / 12.8
SE 0.841








Not Hispanic or Latino 11.7
CI 10.1 / 13.3
SE 0.812








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 11.6
CI 9.8 / 13.4
SE 0.923








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 12.0
CI 8.4 / 15.6
SE 1.846








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Asian only DSU









Black or African American only 11.8
CI 8.3 / 15.3
SE 1.778








American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









2 or more races DSU









Hispanic or Latino 6.8
CI 4.1 / 9.6
SE 1.424








Age group† §









45-64 14.4
CI 11.9 / 16.9
SE 1.286








   45-54 12.6
CI 9.5 / 15.7
SE 1.578








   55-64 16.6
CI 12.8 / 20.4
SE 1.943








65 and over 23.4
CI 19.7 / 27.1
SE 1.893








   65-74 14.7
CI 10.1 / 19.2
SE 2.326








   75-84 28.4
CI 22.1 / 34.6
SE 3.196








   85 and over 33.7
CI 24.2 / 43.2
SE 4.849








18-44 5.5
CI 3.5 / 7.5
SE 1.027








   25-44 5.3
CI 3.1 / 7.5
SE 1.134








   18-24 DSU









Educational attainment (25 years and over)









Associates degree 15.7
CI 10.9 / 20.5
SE 2.443








High school 13.1
CI 9.8 / 16.4
SE 1.678








Some college 11.0
CI 8.2 / 13.9
SE 1.460








< High school 12.4
CI 8.9 / 15.9
SE 1.790








4-year college degree 10.4
CI 6.8 / 13.9
SE 1.815








Advanced degree 9.6
CI 5.4 / 13.7
SE 2.135








Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









<100 8.7
CI 6.3 / 11.2
SE 1.259








400-599 9.2
CI 5.7 / 12.8
SE 1.801








600+ 12.5
CI 8.3 / 16.8
SE 2.156








200-399 11.8
CI 9.3 / 14.2
SE 1.229








100-199 12.7
CI 8.9 / 16.5
SE 1.937








Family type









Married couple or partners 12.2
CI 8.7 / 15.6
SE 1.764








Two parent family with children DSU









Single 12.4
CI 10.0 / 14.7
SE 1.184








Single parent with children DSU









Other 11.3
CI 8.3 / 14.4
SE 1.563








Country of birth









Outside US 8.6
CI 5.2 / 12.1
SE 1.775








US 11.5
CI 10.0 / 13.1
SE 0.794








Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 9.3
CI 6.9 / 11.6
SE 1.213








Metropolitan 11.6
CI 10.0 / 13.3
SE 0.842








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 9.2
CI 7.3 / 11.0
SE 0.940








   Private 8.8
CI 6.6 / 11.1
SE 1.138








   Public 10.0
CI 7.0 / 13.1
SE 1.567








Uninsured 7.1
CI 4.3 / 10.0
SE 1.444








Marital status









Married 10.1
CI 8.1 / 12.0
SE 0.988








Divorced or separated 12.3
CI 8.6 / 16.0
SE 1.904








Never married 16.5
CI 11.7 / 21.2
SE 2.406








Cohabiting partner DSU









Widowed 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.