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Exposure to Secondhand Smoke for Children Aged 3–11 Years by Family Income, 2011–2014

Children living in families with incomes below the poverty threshold had more than 5.5 times the rate of secondhand smoke exposure compared to children ­­in families with incomes at 500% or more of the poverty threshold.

  • <100: 60.3%
  • 100–199: 44.1%
  • 200–399: 29.4%
  • 400–499: 23.4%
  • 500+: 10.2%
  • X (horizontal)-Axis title: Family Income (Percent Poverty Threshold)
  • Y (vertical)-Axis title: Percent

Data Source: National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), CDC/NCHS.

 

Air Quality Index (AQI) Exceeding 100

In 2014–2016, the AQI exceeded 100 for 4.327 billion AQI-weighted people days.

HP2020 Target: 7.638 billion

This objective has exceeded the target.

Data Source: Air Quality System (AQS), EPA.

 

Children Aged 3–11 Years Exposed to Secondhand Smoke

In 2011–2014, 39.3% of children aged 3–11 years were exposed to secondhand smoke.

HP2020 Target: 47.0%

This objective has exceeded the target.

Data Source: National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), CDC/NCHS.