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Heart Disease and Stroke

HDS-2 Reduce coronary heart disease deaths Revised

This objective was revised.
See Revision History for Details.

Additional Data Options

Coronary heart disease deaths (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)

2020 Baseline (year): 129.2 (2007)
2020 Target: 103.41
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 20072 2008 2009 2010  
Total 129.2
CI 128.8 / 129.6
SE 0.203
126.1
CI 125.7 / 126.5
SE 0.199
117.7
CI 117.3 / 118.1
SE 0.19
113.6
CI 113.3 / 114.0
SE 0.186


Sex









Female 98.8
CI 98.3 / 99.2
SE 0.229
96.3
CI 95.9 / 96.8
SE 0.224
88.4
CI 88.0 / 88.8
SE 0.213
84.9
CI 84.4 / 85.3
SE 0.208


Male 169.2
CI 168.5 / 170.0
SE 0.37
165.1
CI 164.4 / 165.8
SE 0.361
156.2
CI 155.5 / 156.9
SE 0.347
151.3
CI 150.6 / 151.9
SE 0.338


Race/Ethnicity









American Indian or Alaska Native 95.9
CI 91.1 / 100.7
SE 2.461
88.0
CI 83.5 / 92.5
SE 2.29
86.5
CI 82.1 / 90.8
SE 2.203
84.9
CI 80.7 / 89.2
SE 2.152


Asian or Pacific Islander 75.9
CI 74.1 / 77.6
SE 0.908
75.9
CI 74.2 / 77.6
SE 0.882
70.7
CI 69.1 / 72.3
SE 0.825
68.7
CI 67.1 / 70.2
SE 0.796


Hispanic or Latino 107.5
CI 106.0 / 109.1
SE 0.782
100.8
CI 99.4 / 102.3
SE 0.736
94.7
CI 93.3 / 96.1
SE 0.692
92.3
CI 91.0 / 93.6
SE 0.669


Black or African American 154.0
CI 152.5 / 155.5
SE 0.765
146.8
CI 145.3 / 148.2
SE 0.736
137.4
CI 136.0 / 138.8
SE 0.702
131.2
CI 129.9 / 132.5
SE 0.678


Not Hispanic or Latino 130.8
CI 130.4 / 131.2
SE 0.212
127.9
CI 127.5 / 128.4
SE 0.207
119.4
CI 119.0 / 119.8
SE 0.199
115.2
CI 114.9 / 115.6
SE 0.194


   White, not Hispanic or Latino 129.9
CI 129.4 / 130.3
SE 0.226
127.4
CI 127.0 / 127.9
SE 0.222
118.9
CI 118.5 / 119.3
SE 0.213
115.0
CI 114.6 / 115.4
SE 0.209


   Black or African American, not Hispanic or Latino 156.5
CI 155.0 / 158.1
SE 0.781
149.4
CI 147.9 / 150.8
SE 0.753
139.8
CI 138.3 / 141.2
SE 0.718
133.4
CI 132.1 / 134.8
SE 0.694


White 128.5
CI 128.1 / 128.9
SE 0.217
125.8
CI 125.4 / 126.2
SE 0.212
117.4
CI 117.0 / 117.8
SE 0.204
113.5
CI 113.1 / 113.9
SE 0.199


Age group† §









<18 years 0.1
CI 0.1 / 0.1
SE 0.012
0.1
CI 0.0 / 0.1
SE 0.009
0.1
CI 0.0 / 0.1
SE 0.009
0.1
CI 0.0 / 0.1
SE 0.009


   5-11 years DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



   0-4 years 0.2
CI 0.1 / 0.2
SE 0.028
DSU

0.1
CI 0.1 / 0.2
SE 0.023
0.1
CI 0.1 / 0.2
SE 0.025


   12-17 years 0.1
CI 0.1 / 0.1
SE 0.02
DSU

DSU

DSU



45-64 years 91.5
CI 90.9 / 92.2
SE 0.345
90.3
CI 89.7 / 91.0
SE 0.339
86.3
CI 85.7 / 87.0
SE 0.328
85.0
CI 84.4 / 85.7
SE 0.323


   45-54 years 55.5
CI 54.8 / 56.2
SE 0.355
54.8
CI 54.1 / 55.5
SE 0.351
51.9
CI 51.2 / 52.6
SE 0.34
51.1
CI 50.5 / 51.8
SE 0.337


   55-64 years 139.3
CI 138.1 / 140.6
SE 0.649
136.6
CI 135.4 / 137.9
SE 0.632
130.0
CI 128.8 / 131.2
SE 0.606
126.9
CI 125.7 / 128.0
SE 0.59


65 years and over 867.9
CI 865.0 / 870.9
SE 1.515
843.5
CI 840.6 / 846.4
SE 1.475
783.2
CI 780.4 / 785.9
SE 1.406
754.3
CI 751.6 / 757.0
SE 1.369


   75-84 years 887.5
CI 882.4 / 892.6
SE 2.604
859.6
CI 854.5 / 864.6
SE 2.564
804.6
CI 799.8 / 809.5
SE 2.486
766.1
CI 761.3 / 770.8
SE 2.422


   65-74 years 320.0
CI 317.5 / 322.5
SE 1.274
310.3
CI 307.9 / 312.7
SE 1.23
293.5
CI 291.2 / 295.9
SE 1.176
280.6
CI 278.4 / 282.9
SE 1.137


   85 years and over 2959.1
CI 2944.1 / 2974.1
SE 7.663
2907.4
CI 2892.7 / 2922.1
SE 7.48
2668.1
CI 2654.3 / 2681.9
SE 7.051
2598.6
CI 2585.1 / 2612.1
SE 6.878


18-44 years 6.6
CI 6.4 / 6.7
SE 0.077
6.3
CI 6.2 / 6.5
SE 0.075
5.9
CI 5.7 / 6.0
SE 0.072
5.7
CI 5.6 / 5.9
SE 0.071


   25-44 years 8.8
CI 8.6 / 9.0
SE 0.103
8.5
CI 8.3 / 8.7
SE 0.102
7.9
CI 7.7 / 8.1
SE 0.098
7.7
CI 7.5 / 7.9
SE 0.097


   18-24 years 0.4
CI 0.4 / 0.5
SE 0.038
0.4
CI 0.4 / 0.5
SE 0.038
0.3
CI 0.3 / 0.4
SE 0.033
0.3
CI 0.3 / 0.4
SE 0.033


Country of birth









US 132.7
CI 132.2 / 133.1
SE 0.22
DSU

120.9
CI 120.4 / 121.3
SE 0.208
120.4
CI 120.0 / 120.8
SE 0.207


Outside US 107.3
CI 106.3 / 108.4
SE 0.556
DSU

96.8
CI 95.8 / 97.9
SE 0.515
92.8
CI 91.8 / 93.7
SE 0.497


Geographic location









Metropolitan 127.4
CI 127.0 / 127.9
SE 0.226
123.8
CI 123.3 / 124.2
SE 0.22
115.2
CI 114.8 / 115.6
SE 0.21
111.0
CI 110.6 / 111.4
SE 0.205


Non-metropolitan 137.3
CI 136.3 / 138.2
SE 0.472
136.4
CI 135.5 / 137.3
SE 0.468
128.5
CI 127.7 / 129.4
SE 0.452
125.2
CI 124.3 / 126.1
SE 0.443


Marital status (25 years and over)









Never married 327.9
CI 324.0 / 331.7
SE 1.962
DSU

281.3
CI 277.9 / 284.7
SE 1.73
248.6
CI 245.6 / 251.6
SE 1.531


Married 138.6
CI 137.9 / 139.3
SE 0.368
DSU

127.4
CI 126.7 / 128.1
SE 0.351
129.2
CI 128.5 / 129.9
SE 0.357


Divorced 279.2
CI 276.5 / 281.9
SE 1.377
DSU

248.6
CI 246.2 / 251.0
SE 1.234
212.5
CI 210.5 / 214.5
SE 1.018


Widowed 258.2
CI 255.8 / 260.7
SE 1.25
DSU

231.7
CI 229.5 / 233.9
SE 1.13
235.8
CI 233.4 / 238.2
SE 1.213


Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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

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

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

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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

HDS-3 Reduce stroke deaths Revised

This objective was revised.
See Revision History for Details.

Additional Data Options

Stroke deaths (age adjusted, per 100,000 population)

2020 Baseline (year): 43.5 (2007)
2020 Target: 34.81
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 20072 2008 2009 2010  
Total 43.5
CI 43.3 / 43.7
SE 0.118
42.1
CI 41.8 / 42.3
SE 0.115
39.6
CI 39.4 / 39.8
SE 0.111
39.1
CI 38.9 / 39.3
SE 0.109


Sex









Female 42.7
CI 42.4 / 43.0
SE 0.151
41.4
CI 41.1 / 41.6
SE 0.147
38.8
CI 38.5 / 39.0
SE 0.142
38.3
CI 38.1 / 38.6
SE 0.14


Male 43.7
CI 43.3 / 44.0
SE 0.19
42.2
CI 41.8 / 42.5
SE 0.185
39.9
CI 39.5 / 40.2
SE 0.177
39.3
CI 39.0 / 39.7
SE 0.174


Race/Ethnicity









White 41.6
CI 41.4 / 41.9
SE 0.123
40.4
CI 40.2 / 40.6
SE 0.121
38.1
CI 37.9 / 38.4
SE 0.116
37.7
CI 37.5 / 37.9
SE 0.115


Asian or Pacific Islander 36.6
CI 35.4 / 37.8
SE 0.63
35.2
CI 34.0 / 36.3
SE 0.597
33.0
CI 31.9 / 34.1
SE 0.563
33.2
CI 32.1 / 34.3
SE 0.551


Hispanic or Latino 35.8
CI 34.9 / 36.7
SE 0.447
34.4
CI 33.6 / 35.3
SE 0.428
32.2
CI 31.4 / 33.0
SE 0.402
32.1
CI 31.3 / 32.8
SE 0.393


Not Hispanic or Latino 43.9
CI 43.7 / 44.1
SE 0.123
42.4
CI 42.2 / 42.7
SE 0.12
40.0
CI 39.8 / 40.2
SE 0.115
39.6
CI 39.3 / 39.8
SE 0.114


   White, not Hispanic or Latino 41.7
CI 41.5 / 42.0
SE 0.128
40.5
CI 40.2 / 40.7
SE 0.125
38.3
CI 38.0 / 38.5
SE 0.121
37.8
CI 37.6 / 38.0
SE 0.12


   Black or African American, not Hispanic or Latino 63.0
CI 62.0 / 64.0
SE 0.496
59.9
CI 59.0 / 60.9
SE 0.478
55.2
CI 54.3 / 56.1
SE 0.452
54.3
CI 53.4 / 55.1
SE 0.443


Black or African American 61.7
CI 60.8 / 62.7
SE 0.485
58.8
CI 57.8 / 59.7
SE 0.467
54.0
CI 53.1 / 54.9
SE 0.441
53.0
CI 52.1 / 53.8
SE 0.431


American Indian or Alaska Native 34.2
CI 31.3 / 37.2
SE 1.519
27.7
CI 25.1 / 30.2
SE 1.312
29.2
CI 26.6 / 31.8
SE 1.325
28.1
CI 25.6 / 30.6
SE 1.277


Age group† §









<18 years 0.4
CI 0.4 / 0.5
SE 0.024
0.5
CI 0.4 / 0.5
SE 0.025
0.4
CI 0.4 / 0.4
SE 0.023
0.4
CI 0.4 / 0.5
SE 0.024


   5-11 years 0.2
CI 0.1 / 0.3
SE 0.027
0.2
CI 0.2 / 0.3
SE 0.028
0.2
CI 0.1 / 0.2
SE 0.024
0.2
CI 0.2 / 0.3
SE 0.029


   12-17 years 0.3
CI 0.2 / 0.3
SE 0.031
0.3
CI 0.2 / 0.4
SE 0.034
0.2
CI 0.2 / 0.3
SE 0.03
0.3
CI 0.2 / 0.3
SE 0.032


   0-4 years 0.9
CI 0.8 / 1.0
SE 0.067
1.0
CI 0.9 / 1.1
SE 0.07
1.0
CI 0.8 / 1.1
SE 0.069
0.9
CI 0.8 / 1.0
SE 0.066


18-44 years 2.5
CI 2.4 / 2.6
SE 0.047
2.4
CI 2.3 / 2.5
SE 0.046
2.3
CI 2.2 / 2.4
SE 0.045
2.3
CI 2.2 / 2.4
SE 0.045


   25-44 years 3.2
CI 3.1 / 3.3
SE 0.062
3.1
CI 3.0 / 3.2
SE 0.062
3.0
CI 2.9 / 3.1
SE 0.06
2.9
CI 2.8 / 3.1
SE 0.06


   18-24 years 0.5
CI 0.4 / 0.6
SE 0.042
0.5
CI 0.4 / 0.6
SE 0.04
0.5
CI 0.5 / 0.6
SE 0.042
0.5
CI 0.4 / 0.5
SE 0.039


65 years and over 306.6
CI 304.8 / 308.3
SE 0.9
295.3
CI 293.6 / 297.0
SE 0.873
275.7
CI 274.1 / 277.3
SE 0.834
273.1
CI 271.5 / 274.8
SE 0.824


   85 years and over 1110.7
CI 1101.5 / 1119.9
SE 4.695
1071.0
CI 1062.1 / 1079.9
SE 4.54
992.2
CI 983.7 / 1000.6
SE 4.299
993.8
CI 985.5 / 1002.2
SE 4.253


   75-84 years 320.8
CI 317.7 / 323.8
SE 1.566
313.3
CI 310.2 / 316.3
SE 1.548
294.9
CI 292.0 / 297.9
SE 1.505
288.3
CI 285.4 / 291.2
SE 1.486


   65-74 years 91.4
CI 90.1 / 92.7
SE 0.681
87.3
CI 86.0 / 88.6
SE 0.652
82.8
CI 81.6 / 84.0
SE 0.624
81.7
CI 80.5 / 82.9
SE 0.613


45-64 years 21.9
CI 21.6 / 22.2
SE 0.169
21.1
CI 20.8 / 21.4
SE 0.164
20.8
CI 20.5 / 21.1
SE 0.161
20.4
CI 20.1 / 20.7
SE 0.158


   45-54 years 14.5
CI 14.2 / 14.9
SE 0.182
13.7
CI 13.4 / 14.1
SE 0.176
13.7
CI 13.4 / 14.1
SE 0.175
13.1
CI 12.8 / 13.5
SE 0.171


   55-64 years 31.7
CI 31.1 / 32.3
SE 0.309
30.6
CI 30.0 / 31.2
SE 0.299
29.7
CI 29.2 / 30.3
SE 0.29
29.3
CI 28.8 / 29.9
SE 0.283


Country of birth









Outside US 36.3
CI 35.7 / 36.9
SE 0.323
DSU

33.3
CI 32.7 / 33.9
SE 0.302
33.2
CI 32.6 / 33.8
SE 0.3


US 44.6
CI 44.4 / 44.9
SE 0.128
DSU

40.2
CI 39.9 / 40.4
SE 0.12
41.5
CI 41.2 / 41.7
SE 0.122


Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 48.8
CI 48.2 / 49.3
SE 0.281
48.2
CI 47.6 / 48.7
SE 0.278
45.7
CI 45.1 / 46.2
SE 0.269
44.8
CI 44.3 / 45.3
SE 0.265


Metropolitan 42.2
CI 42.0 / 42.5
SE 0.13
40.6
CI 40.3 / 40.8
SE 0.126
38.2
CI 37.9 / 38.4
SE 0.121
37.8
CI 37.5 / 38.0
SE 0.12


Marital status (25 years and over)









Married 45.7
CI 45.3 / 46.1
SE 0.214
DSU

41.4
CI 41.0 / 41.8
SE 0.203
43.8
CI 43.4 / 44.2
SE 0.211


Divorced 86.9
CI 85.4 / 88.5
SE 0.795
DSU

75.8
CI 74.4 / 77.2
SE 0.707
65.4
CI 64.2 / 66.5
SE 0.583


Widowed 92.4
CI 90.9 / 93.9
SE 0.765
DSU

81.7
CI 80.5 / 82.9
SE 0.611
87.0
CI 85.4 / 88.5
SE 0.785


Never married 95.2
CI 93.1 / 97.3
SE 1.066
DSU

79.4
CI 77.6 / 81.3
SE 0.93
71.9
CI 70.3 / 73.6
SE 0.834


Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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

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

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

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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adults who had their blood pressure measured in past 2 years and know their blood pressure level (age adjusted, percent, 18+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 90.6 (2008)
2020 Target: 92.61
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 20082        
Total 90.6
CI 90.1 / 91.1
SE 0.257








Sex









Female 93.5
CI 92.9 / 94.0
SE 0.279








Male 87.5
CI 86.7 / 88.4
SE 0.433








Race/Ethnicity









Asian only 90.6
CI 88.8 / 92.4
SE 0.906








Black or African American only 91.6
CI 90.5 / 92.7
SE 0.568








American Indian or Alaska Native only 87.7
CI 82.9 / 92.4
SE 2.422








2 or more races 88.9
CI 84.1 / 93.8
SE 2.466








Hispanic or Latino 82.4
CI 80.8 / 84.0
SE 0.824








Not Hispanic or Latino 92.2
CI 91.7 / 92.6
SE 0.239








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 91.7
CI 90.6 / 92.8
SE 0.574








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 92.5
CI 91.9 / 93.0
SE 0.278








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









White only 90.4
CI 89.8 / 91.0
SE 0.302








Age group† §









45-64 years 92.8
CI 92.1 / 93.4
SE 0.356








   45-54 years 91.8
CI 90.9 / 92.8
SE 0.475








   55-64 years 94.0
CI 93.0 / 94.9
SE 0.479








65 years and over 95.1
CI 94.4 / 95.8
SE 0.347








   75-84 years 96.0
CI 95.0 / 97.0
SE 0.508








   85 years and over 95.5
CI 93.3 / 97.6
SE 1.113








   65-74 years 94.4
CI 93.4 / 95.4
SE 0.515








18-44 years 87.8
CI 86.9 / 88.6
SE 0.421








   18-24 years 86.3
CI 84.5 / 88.1
SE 0.927








   25-44 years 88.3
CI 87.4 / 89.2
SE 0.455








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









High school 88.9
CI 87.9 / 90.0
SE 0.530








Some college 92.9
CI 91.9 / 93.9
SE 0.494








Advanced degree 96.1
CI 95.0 / 97.1
SE 0.527








< High school 82.9
CI 81.1 / 84.6
SE 0.888








Associates degree 93.4
CI 92.1 / 94.6
SE 0.638








4-year college degree 94.1
CI 93.2 / 94.9
SE 0.439








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









400-599 92.8
CI 91.7 / 93.9
SE 0.582








<100 85.3
CI 83.6 / 87.0
SE 0.864








100-199 86.0
CI 84.6 / 87.4
SE 0.705








200-399 90.7
CI 89.8 / 91.6
SE 0.462








600+ 95.0
CI 94.1 / 96.0
SE 0.498








Family type









Single 88.6
CI 87.7 / 89.6
SE 0.484








Two parent family with children 92.5
CI 91.4 / 93.5
SE 0.521








Single parent with children 90.5
CI 84.3 / 96.7
SE 3.160








Other 89.2
CI 88.2 / 90.2
SE 0.518








Married couple or partners 91.8
CI 90.7 / 92.9
SE 0.566








Country of birth









US 92.0
CI 91.5 / 92.5
SE 0.244








Outside US 83.9
CI 82.4 / 85.4
SE 0.757








Disability status









People without activity limitations 90.1
CI 89.6 / 90.7
SE 0.282








People with activity limitations 94.0
CI 92.7 / 95.2
SE 0.617








Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 89.8
CI 88.4 / 91.3
SE 0.731








Metropolitan 90.7
CI 90.2 / 91.3
SE 0.274








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 93.1
CI 92.6 / 93.6
SE 0.261








   Public 91.7
CI 90.3 / 93.1
SE 0.713








   Private 93.4
CI 92.8 / 93.9
SE 0.287








Uninsured 75.9
CI 74.1 / 77.7
SE 0.909








Marital status









Cohabiting partner 89.1
CI 87.2 / 90.9
SE 0.951








Married 91.7
CI 90.9 / 92.6
SE 0.418








Divorced or separated 88.6
CI 85.3 / 91.9
SE 1.690








Never married 87.2
CI 85.8 / 88.7
SE 0.728








Widowed 94.1
CI 90.7 / 97.5
SE 1.737








Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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

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

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

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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adults with hypertension (age adjusted, percent, 18+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 29.9 (2005-2008)
2020 Target: 26.9
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2005-2008        
Total 29.9
CI 28.6 / 31.1
SE 0.607








Sex









Female 28.7
CI 27.5 / 30.0
SE 0.607








Male 30.6
CI 29.0 / 32.3
SE 0.804








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino ---









   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 28.8
CI 27.1 / 30.4
SE 0.797








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 42.0
CI 39.6 / 44.3
SE 1.151








Hispanic or Latino DSU









   Mexican American 25.5
CI 23.4 / 27.7
SE 1.051








Age group† §









45-64 years 40.6
CI 38.1 / 43.2
SE 1.241








   45-54 years 33.3
CI 30.4 / 36.1
SE 1.398








   55-64 years 52.0
CI 47.9 / 56.1
SE 1.995








65 years and over 70.3
CI 67.5 / 73.2
SE 1.391








   65-74 years 66.5
CI 62.8 / 70.1
SE 1.791








   75-79 years 72.0
CI 68.4 / 75.6
SE 1.764








   80 years and over 77.3
CI 74.0 / 80.7
SE 1.622








18-44 years 10.5
CI 9.0 / 11.9
SE 0.707








   25-44 years 12.9
CI 11.2 / 14.6
SE 0.828








   18-24 years 3.6
CI 2.2 / 4.9
SE 0.642








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









High school (including GED or equivalent) 35.9
CI 33.8 / 38.0
SE 1.01








Some College or AA degree 33.6
CI 31.5 / 35.8
SE 1.054








< High school 37.3
CI 34.6 / 40.0
SE 1.321








College graduate or above 29.6
CI 27.5 / 31.6
SE 0.996








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









<100 32.6
CI 30.4 / 34.8
SE 1.093








400-499 28.6
CI 25.0 / 32.2
SE 1.764








200-399 30.8
CI 28.6 / 33.1
SE 1.1








500+ 27.4
CI 24.9 / 29.8
SE 1.197








100-199 32.7
CI 30.3 / 35.0
SE 1.142








Country of birth









US 30.8
CI 29.4 / 32.1
SE 0.648








Outside US 24.9
CI 23.1 / 26.7
SE 0.888








Disability status (20 years and over)









People with activity limitations 39.3
CI 36.5 / 42.1
SE 1.373








People without activity limitations 29.3
CI 27.9 / 30.6
SE 0.67








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Uninsured 20.0
CI 18.0 / 22.0
SE 0.985








Insured 21.8
CI 20.2 / 23.5
SE 0.8








   Private 20.2
CI 18.5 / 21.9
SE 0.844








   Public 32.1
CI 29.2 / 35.0
SE 1.418








Marital status (20 years and over)









Cohabiting partner 26.8
CI 22.4 / 31.3
SE 2.181








Divorced or separated 32.7
CI 30.0 / 35.3
SE 1.309








Widowed 32.2
CI 21.3 / 43.1
SE 5.345








Never married 34.7
CI 30.8 / 38.6
SE 1.931








Married 30.5
CI 28.9 / 32.1
SE 0.782








Veteran status









Veteran 30.6
CI 27.6 / 33.6
SE 1.48








Non-veteran 29.8
CI 28.6 / 31.0
SE 0.599








Obesity status (20 years and over)









Obese 39.8
CI 37.9 / 41.7
SE 0.936








Not obese 25.8
CI 24.6 / 27.0
SE 0.593








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.

Children and adolescents with hypertension (percent, 8–17 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 3.5 (2005-2008)
2020 Target: 3.2
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2005-2008        
Total 3.5
CI 2.6 / 4.4
SE 0.440








Sex









Male 3.1
CI 2.1 / 4.1
SE 0.479








Female 3.9
CI 2.4 / 5.5
SE 0.783








Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino DSU









   Mexican American 3.1
CI 1.7 / 4.5
SE 0.677








Not Hispanic or Latino ---









   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 3.6
CI 2.2 / 5.0
SE 0.677








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 4.4
CI 2.8 / 5.9
SE 0.750








Age group









12-17 years 3.3
CI 2.1 / 4.4
SE 0.560








8-11 years 3.9
CI 2.4 / 5.5
SE 0.775








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









<100 4.1
CI 2.7 / 5.5
SE 0.695








400-499 DSU









500+ DSU









100-199 2.2
CI 1.0 / 3.4
SE 0.588








200-399 5.0
CI 3.4 / 6.6
SE 0.801








Country of birth









US 3.7
CI 2.7 / 4.6
SE 0.462








Outside US DSU









Health insurance status









Insured 3.6
CI 2.6 / 4.6
SE 0.478








   Private 3.4
CI 2.3 / 4.4
SE 0.529








   Public 4.1
CI 2.8 / 5.5
SE 0.657








Uninsured 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 having blood cholesterol screening in past 5 years (age adjusted, percent, 18+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 74.6 (2008)
2020 Target: 82.1
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 20081        
Total 74.6
CI 73.8 / 75.3
SE 0.377








Sex









Female 76.8
CI 75.9 / 77.8
SE 0.477








Male 72.2
CI 71.1 / 73.3
SE 0.565








Race/Ethnicity









American Indian or Alaska Native only 66.5
CI 57.1 / 76.0
SE 4.813








White only 73.8
CI 72.9 / 74.6
SE 0.412








2 or more races 75.6
CI 69.6 / 81.6
SE 3.054








Not Hispanic or Latino 75.0
CI 74.2 / 75.8
SE 0.416








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 76.9
CI 74.9 / 78.9
SE 1.016








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 74.1
CI 73.1 / 75.0
SE 0.471








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Asian only 80.5
CI 77.7 / 83.3
SE 1.445








Hispanic or Latino 71.8
CI 69.8 / 73.7
SE 0.981








Black or African American only 77.0
CI 75.0 / 78.9
SE 0.997








Age group† §









45-64 years 88.6
CI 87.7 / 89.5
SE 0.439








   55-64 years 91.5
CI 90.4 / 92.7
SE 0.601








   45-54 years 86.3
CI 85.1 / 87.6
SE 0.625








65 years and over 94.6
CI 93.8 / 95.4
SE 0.414








   65-74 years 93.6
CI 92.4 / 94.8
SE 0.623








   75-84 years 95.6
CI 94.4 / 96.8
SE 0.616








   85 years and over 96.0
CI 94.0 / 98.0
SE 1.026








18-44 years 59.4
CI 58.0 / 60.8
SE 0.700








   18-24 years 37.4
CI 34.6 / 40.2
SE 1.422








   25-44 years 66.9
CI 65.5 / 68.3
SE 0.711








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









Associates degree 82.1
CI 80.2 / 84.1
SE 1.015








4-year college degree 86.0
CI 84.7 / 87.3
SE 0.657








High school 74.5
CI 73.1 / 76.0
SE 0.754








Some college 81.5
CI 79.9 / 83.0
SE 0.810








Advanced degree 90.5
CI 88.8 / 92.1
SE 0.826








< High school 69.4
CI 67.3 / 71.5
SE 1.085








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









400-599 79.3
CI 77.4 / 81.2
SE 0.960








100-199 67.5
CI 65.6 / 69.3
SE 0.943








200-399 73.9
CI 72.5 / 75.3
SE 0.720








<100 64.2
CI 61.9 / 66.4
SE 1.146








600+ 82.0
CI 80.3 / 83.8
SE 0.907








Family type









Single 72.3
CI 70.9 / 73.8
SE 0.722








Single parent with children 73.4
CI 68.7 / 78.0
SE 2.371








Other 71.9
CI 70.4 / 73.4
SE 0.761








Married couple or partners 77.0
CI 75.3 / 78.6
SE 0.851








Two parent family with children 76.9
CI 75.3 / 78.6
SE 0.830








Country of birth









Outside US 72.0
CI 70.3 / 73.7
SE 0.883








US 75.1
CI 74.3 / 75.9
SE 0.413








Disability status









People with activity limitations 75.3
CI 72.8 / 77.7
SE 1.229








People without activity limitations 74.4
CI 73.6 / 75.2
SE 0.407








Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 67.8
CI 65.7 / 69.9
SE 1.071








Metropolitan 75.8
CI 75.0 / 76.6
SE 0.415








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 74.7
CI 73.7 / 75.6
SE 0.468








   Public 71.1
CI 68.8 / 73.3
SE 1.134








   Private 75.2
CI 74.2 / 76.2
SE 0.513








Uninsured 52.6
CI 50.4 / 54.8
SE 1.123








Marital status









Never married 70.5
CI 68.7 / 72.2
SE 0.874








Married 77.0
CI 75.7 / 78.3
SE 0.652








Widowed 72.7
CI 64.7 / 80.6
SE 4.048








Cohabiting partner 68.3
CI 65.3 / 71.2
SE 1.484








Divorced or separated 69.9
CI 67.0 / 72.8
SE 1.489








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.

Adults with high blood cholesterol levels (age adjusted, percent, 20+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 15.0 (2005-2008)
2020 Target: 13.5
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2005-2008        
Total 15.0
CI 13.8 / 16.1
SE 0.56








Sex









Female 16.1
CI 14.8 / 17.4
SE 0.644








Male 13.5
CI 12.0 / 15.0
SE 0.743








Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino DSU









   Mexican American 15.5
CI 13.1 / 18.0
SE 1.207








Not Hispanic or Latino ---









   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 11.8
CI 10.3 / 13.4
SE 0.766








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 15.5
CI 13.9 / 17.0
SE 0.755








Age group† §









20-44 years 11.3
CI 9.9 / 12.7
SE 0.689








   20-24 years 5.3
CI 3.2 / 7.3
SE 0.995








   25-44 years 12.8
CI 11.0 / 14.5
SE 0.861








65 years and over 15.3
CI 13.3 / 17.3
SE 0.996








   65-74 years 15.6
CI 13.3 / 17.9
SE 1.141








   75-79 years 14.1
CI 9.6 / 18.5
SE 2.18








   80 years and over 15.6
CI 11.8 / 19.4
SE 1.86








45-64 years 20.3
CI 18.1 / 22.5
SE 1.07








   55-64 years 22.0
CI 19.0 / 25.0
SE 1.463








   45-54 years 19.2
CI 16.3 / 22.2
SE 1.436








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









High school (including GED or equivalent) 17.4
CI 15.6 / 19.3
SE 0.919








College graduate or above 14.3
CI 12.0 / 16.6
SE 1.107








Some College or AA degree 17.1
CI 14.6 / 19.5
SE 1.2








< High school 15.7
CI 13.9 / 17.5
SE 0.902








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









100-199 15.2
CI 13.3 / 17.1
SE 0.934








<100 15.6
CI 13.6 / 17.6
SE 0.994








200-399 16.0
CI 14.2 / 17.9
SE 0.917








500+ 14.8
CI 12.0 / 17.6
SE 1.372








400-499 12.5
CI 9.5 / 15.4
SE 1.459








Country of birth









Outside US 15.4
CI 13.2 / 17.6
SE 1.097








US 14.9
CI 13.7 / 16.2
SE 0.635








Disability status (20 years and over)









People with activity limitations 14.9
CI 12.8 / 17.0
SE 1.03








People without activity limitations 15.2
CI 14.0 / 16.4
SE 0.606








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 14.7
CI 13.1 / 16.3
SE 0.771








   Private 14.5
CI 12.8 / 16.2
SE 0.831








   Public 15.9
CI 13.1 / 18.7
SE 1.377








Uninsured 16.3
CI 14.1 / 18.5
SE 1.067








Marital status









Cohabiting partner 15.0
CI 11.7 / 18.3
SE 1.617








Divorced or separated 15.8
CI 12.5 / 19.0
SE 1.593








Never married 14.1
CI 11.0 / 17.3
SE 1.529








Widowed 17.7
CI 10.9 / 24.5
SE 3.344








Married 14.6
CI 13.1 / 16.1
SE 0.741








Veteran status









Non-veteran 15.6
CI 14.4 / 16.9
SE 0.616








Veteran 12.6
CI 9.1 / 16.1
SE 1.714








Obesity status









Not obese 14.3
CI 13.0 / 15.7
SE 0.659








Obese 15.4
CI 13.3 / 17.4
SE 0.993








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.

Mean total blood cholesterol levels (age adjusted, mg/dL, 20+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 197.7 (2005-2008)
2020 Target: 177.9
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2005-2008        
Total 197.7
CI 196.6 / 198.8
SE 0.548








Sex









Female 200.0
CI 198.6 / 201.4
SE 0.67








Male 194.8
CI 193.2 / 196.4
SE 0.792








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino ---









   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 192.0
CI 190.0 / 193.9
SE 0.972








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 198.2
CI 196.8 / 199.6
SE 0.698








Hispanic or Latino DSU









   Mexican American 201.0
CI 198.1 / 203.9
SE 1.42








Age group† §









20-44 years 192.1
CI 190.3 / 193.8
SE 0.848








   25-44 years 195.9
CI 193.9 / 197.9
SE 0.961








   20-24 years 176.5
CI 172.6 / 180.3
SE 1.892








45-64 years 207.2
CI 205.1 / 209.4
SE 1.064








   55-64 years 208.0
CI 204.7 / 211.4
SE 1.64








   45-54 years 206.7
CI 204.1 / 209.4
SE 1.308








65 years and over 195.6
CI 193.5 / 197.7
SE 1.035








   75-79 years 192.5
CI 188.8 / 196.3
SE 1.842








   65-74 years 197.5
CI 194.9 / 200.1
SE 1.284








   80 years and over 193.9
CI 190.0 / 197.8
SE 1.901








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









High school (including GED or equivalent) 200.3
CI 198.1 / 202.6
SE 1.095








Some College or AA degree 200.8
CI 198.8 / 202.7
SE 0.971








College graduate or above 198.7
CI 196.3 / 201.1
SE 1.165








< High school 200.7
CI 198.4 / 203.0
SE 1.141








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









500+ 198.0
CI 195.4 / 200.7
SE 1.309








200-399 197.2
CI 195.4 / 199.0
SE 0.865








100-199 199.2
CI 196.9 / 201.4
SE 1.09








400-499 195.3
CI 192.8 / 197.8
SE 1.233








<100 198.6
CI 196.0 / 201.2
SE 1.269








Country of birth









US 197.3
CI 196.1 / 198.5
SE 0.597








Outside US 200.3
CI 197.9 / 202.6
SE 1.145








Disability status (20 years and over)









People without activity limitations 198.2
CI 196.9 / 199.6
SE 0.643








People with activity limitations 197.1
CI 194.2 / 199.9
SE 1.398








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 197.7
CI 196.2 / 199.3
SE 0.773








   Public 197.8
CI 193.6 / 201.9
SE 2.044








   Private 197.7
CI 196.0 / 199.3
SE 0.804








Uninsured 201.0
CI 198.6 / 203.3
SE 1.133








Marital status









Married 197.8
CI 196.5 / 199.2
SE 0.665








Cohabiting partner 197.2
CI 193.0 / 201.4
SE 2.06








Widowed 197.7
CI 190.0 / 205.4
SE 3.784








Never married 195.7
CI 192.6 / 198.8
SE 1.527








Divorced or separated 199.5
CI 195.8 / 203.1
SE 1.78








Veteran status









Veteran 192.8
CI 188.2 / 197.4
SE 2.255








Non-veteran 198.9
CI 197.6 / 200.3
SE 0.641








Obesity status









Obese 198.4
CI 196.4 / 200.5
SE 0.997








Not obese 197.0
CI 195.8 / 198.2
SE 0.587








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 with hypertension taking medication to control blood pressure (age adjusted, percent, 18+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 63.2 (2005-2008)
2020 Target: 69.51
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2005-20082        
Total 63.2
CI 60.2 / 66.2
SE 1.484








Sex









Male 56.3
CI 52.1 / 60.4
SE 2.042








Female 73.0
CI 69.8 / 76.3
SE 1.576








Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino DSU









   Mexican American 47.6
CI 40.5 / 54.7
SE 3.348








Not Hispanic or Latino ---









   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 69.1
CI 65.1 / 73.1
SE 1.951








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 63.9
CI 59.8 / 68.1
SE 2.034








Age group† §









18-44 years 47.8
CI 41.4 / 54.2
SE 3.152








   18-24 years DSU









   25-44 years 51.1
CI 44.3 / 57.9
SE 3.335








45-64 years 71.7
CI 68.9 / 74.4
SE 1.340








   45-54 years 66.9
CI 62.5 / 71.4
SE 2.183








   55-64 years 76.4
CI 72.6 / 80.2
SE 1.845








65 years and over 79.4
CI 77.4 / 81.3
SE 0.955








   75-79 years 82.0
CI 76.4 / 87.7
SE 2.764








   80 years and over 73.2
CI 68.1 / 78.3
SE 2.493








   65-74 years 81.7
CI 78.7 / 84.7
SE 1.473








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









< High school 61.0
CI 53.7 / 68.3
SE 3.569








High school (including GED or equivalent) 67.6
CI 63.8 / 71.3
SE 1.841








College graduate or above 65.3
CI 57.7 / 72.9
SE 3.720








Some College or AA degree 67.1
CI 61.8 / 72.4
SE 2.607








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









<100 68.2
CI 61.9 / 74.4
SE 3.050








400-499 59.9
CI 51.8 / 68.0
SE 3.938








500+ 63.0
CI 56.2 / 69.9
SE 3.354








100-199 61.8
CI 55.4 / 68.2
SE 3.124








200-399 64.0
CI 57.6 / 70.3
SE 3.123








Country of birth









US 64.8
CI 61.6 / 68.1
SE 1.613








Outside US 49.8
CI 42.0 / 57.5
SE 3.808








Disability status (20 years and over)









People without activity limitations 60.3
CI 56.5 / 64.1
SE 1.859








People with activity limitations 75.0
CI 70.1 / 79.8
SE 2.376








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Uninsured 40.5
CI 32.8 / 48.3
SE 3.786








Insured 64.6
CI 60.2 / 69.0
SE 2.153








   Private 62.4
CI 57.8 / 67.1
SE 2.277








   Public 72.3
CI 64.1 / 80.6
SE 4.035








Diabetes status









Without - Diabetes 59.5
CI 56.1 / 62.9
SE 1.665








With - Diabetes 86.1
CI 81.0 / 91.3
SE 2.537








Marital status (20 years and over)









Married 65.4
CI 60.4 / 70.5
SE 2.470








Cohabiting partner 57.0
CI 43.7 / 70.3
SE 6.384








Divorced or separated 69.2
CI 62.6 / 75.8
SE 3.240








Never married 54.0
CI 47.2 / 60.8
SE 3.338








Widowed 84.9
CI 71.0 / 98.7
SE 6.792








Veteran status









Non-veteran 63.1
CI 59.9 / 66.3
SE 1.558








Veteran 64.0
CI 55.4 / 72.6
SE 4.223








Obesity status









Obese 68.6
CI 65.0 / 72.2
SE 1.757








Not obese 57.7
CI 54.3 / 61.1
SE 1.667








Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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

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

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

---: Data are 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 hypertension whose blood pressure is under control (age adjusted, percent, 18+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 43.7 (2005-2008)
2020 Target: 61.2
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2005-20081 2009-2012      
Total 43.7
CI 40.7 / 46.8
SE 1.475
48.9
CI 44.7 / 53.1
SE 2.064






Sex









Female 52.0
CI 48.7 / 55.2
SE 1.610
56.6
CI 50.8 / 62.2
SE 2.818






Male 38.6
CI 34.6 / 42.7
SE 1.970
43.1
CI 38.6 / 47.7
SE 2.253






Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino ---

---







   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 41.2
CI 37.5 / 44.9
SE 1.827
44.1
CI 39.1 / 49.2
SE 2.470






   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 46.5
CI 42.9 / 50.1
SE 1.761
53.6
CI 48.4 / 58.7
SE 2.536






Hispanic or Latino ---

37.9
CI 30.6 / 45.7
SE 3.712






   Mexican American 31.8
CI 26.4 / 37.9
SE 2.706
32.7
CI 23.8 / 43.0
SE 4.661






Age group† §









18-44 years 37.5
CI 31.5 / 43.9
SE 3.051
39.1
CI 32.2 / 46.5
SE 3.525






   25-44 years 39.9
CI 33.5 / 46.7
SE 3.268
41.3
CI 34.3 / 48.5
SE 3.516






   18-24 years DSU

DSU







45-64 years 48.9
CI 45.4 / 52.3
SE 1.680
56.6
CI 52.4 / 60.8
SE 2.064






   45-54 years 49.0
CI 44.1 / 54.0
SE 2.435
57.9
CI 51.6 / 64.0
SE 3.068






   55-64 years 48.7
CI 42.7 / 54.7
SE 2.944
55.7
CI 51.1 / 60.3
SE 2.282






65 years and over 45.6
CI 42.9 / 48.4
SE 1.332
52.5
CI 49.1 / 56.0
SE 1.702






   75-79 years 49.2
CI 42.5 / 55.9
SE 3.312
52.3
CI 43.3 / 61.3
SE 4.459






   80 years and over 34.2
CI 29.6 / 39.2
SE 2.343
41.5
CI 35.7 / 47.6
SE 2.923






   65-74 years 50.3
CI 46.7 / 53.8
SE 1.744
58.5
CI 54.4 / 62.5
SE 1.997






Educational attainment (25 years and over)









College graduate or above 50.2
CI 43.5 / 56.8
SE 3.276
53.6
CI 46.2 / 60.9
SE 3.650






< High school 36.5
CI 28.3 / 45.5
SE 4.256
45.7
CI 38.9 / 52.7
SE 3.422






High school (including GED or equivalent) 47.2
CI 41.8 / 52.7
SE 2.679
48.0
CI 41.3 / 54.7
SE 3.305






Some College or AA degree 44.6
CI 39.5 / 50.0
SE 2.582
52.4
CI 46.7 / 57.9
SE 2.758






Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









200-399 45.2
CI 39.8 / 50.7
SE 2.668
54.9
CI 47.3 / 62.3
SE 3.709






100-199 37.3
CI 30.3 / 44.9
SE 3.590
45.3
CI 39.7 / 50.9
SE 2.767






400-499 44.5
CI 34.4 / 55.0
SE 5.077
45.7
CI 36.9 / 54.9
SE 4.456






500+ 47.9
CI 42.0 / 53.8
SE 2.908
48.7
CI 41.2 / 56.4
SE 3.769






<100 42.4
CI 33.6 / 51.7
SE 4.479
45.3
CI 38.6 / 52.2
SE 3.363






Country of birth









US 45.2
CI 42.0 / 48.5
SE 1.611
50.2
CI 45.8 / 54.6
SE 2.180






Outside US 31.5
CI 25.4 / 38.4
SE 3.184
41.2
CI 34.8 / 47.9
SE 3.219






Disability status (20 years and over)









People with activity limitations 54.1
CI 47.4 / 60.6
SE 3.265
63.1
CI 55.9 / 69.8
SE 3.448






People without activity limitations 41.1
CI 38.0 / 44.2
SE 1.500
45.3
CI 40.7 / 49.9
SE 2.284






Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 47.6
CI 43.9 / 51.4
SE 1.828
52.1
CI 46.8 / 57.4
SE 2.609






   Private 45.4
CI 41.7 / 49.0
SE 1.790
51.4
CI 45.9 / 56.7
SE 2.667






   Public 55.5
CI 45.7 / 64.9
SE 4.755
54.6
CI 44.2 / 64.7
SE 5.121






Uninsured 26.4
CI 19.8 / 34.3
SE 3.562
30.9
CI 24.3 / 38.4
SE 3.495






Diabetes status









With - Diabetes 56.9
CI 48.8 / 64.7
SE 3.925
67.2
CI 60.3 / 73.3
SE 3.215






Without - Diabetes 41.7
CI 38.8 / 44.6
SE 1.427
45.9
CI 41.3 / 50.6
SE 2.286






Marital status (20 years and over)









Cohabiting partner 37.7
CI 27.5 / 49.0
SE 5.209
54.7
CI 42.9 / 66.0
SE 5.699






Never married 36.5
CI 30.3 / 43.2
SE 3.179
39.1
CI 29.9 / 49.1
SE 4.763






Divorced or separated 47.7
CI 39.7 / 55.8
SE 3.972
49.9
CI 42.4 / 57.5
SE 3.727






Widowed 57.6
CI 35.9 / 76.8
SE 10.627
51.8
CI 24.2 / 78.3
SE 14.907






Married 46.1
CI 42.0 / 50.1
SE 1.995
51.3
CI 46.5 / 56.1
SE 2.373






Veteran status









Veteran 43.1
CI 34.4 / 52.2
SE 4.396
---







Non-veteran 43.6
CI 40.3 / 47.0
SE 1.647
---







Obesity status (20 years and over)









Not obese 39.7
CI 36.5 / 43.0
SE 1.597
42.4
CI 36.8 / 48.2
SE 2.822






Obese 47.6
CI 43.6 / 51.6
SE 1.982
54.8
CI 49.9 / 59.7
SE 2.406






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 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 who know heart attack symptoms and the importance of calling 9–1–1 (age adjusted, percent, 20+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 37.2 (2008)
2020 Target: 40.91
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 20082        
Total 37.2
CI 36.2 / 38.2
SE 0.510








Sex









Male 33.3
CI 32.1 / 34.6
SE 0.638








Female 40.8
CI 39.5 / 42.1
SE 0.667








Race/Ethnicity









Asian only 25.3
CI 22.3 / 28.3
SE 1.529








Not Hispanic or Latino 39.3
CI 38.2 / 40.4
SE 0.562








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 42.0
CI 40.7 / 43.2
SE 0.636








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 29.1
CI 26.9 / 31.4
SE 1.128








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Black or African American only 29.1
CI 27.0 / 31.3
SE 1.107








White only 39.0
CI 37.9 / 40.1
SE 0.559








2 or more races 38.4
CI 31.4 / 45.4
SE 3.564








American Indian or Alaska Native only 31.5
CI 24.2 / 38.9
SE 3.769








Hispanic or Latino 22.9
CI 21.0 / 24.9
SE 1.000








Age group† §









65 years and over 41.2
CI 39.4 / 43.1
SE 0.946








   65-74 years 44.5
CI 42.0 / 47.1
SE 1.287








   85 years and over 35.0
CI 30.2 / 39.7
SE 2.424








   75-84 years 38.3
CI 35.5 / 41.2
SE 1.450








20-44 years 31.5
CI 30.2 / 32.9
SE 0.689








   20-24 years 26.4
CI 23.6 / 29.3
SE 1.461








   25-44 years 32.8
CI 31.3 / 34.3
SE 0.749








45-64 years 43.6
CI 42.1 / 45.2
SE 0.779








   45-54 years 42.7
CI 40.7 / 44.8
SE 1.039








   55-64 years 44.8
CI 42.8 / 46.8
SE 1.023








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









< High school 24.9
CI 22.8 / 27.0
SE 1.072








High school 36.0
CI 34.4 / 37.7
SE 0.861








Some college 40.7
CI 38.6 / 42.8
SE 1.067








4-year college degree 43.5
CI 41.4 / 45.5
SE 1.057








Associates degree 42.7
CI 40.1 / 45.4
SE 1.351








Advanced degree 44.3
CI 41.5 / 47.2
SE 1.454








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









<100 27.4
CI 25.2 / 29.5
SE 1.089








400-599 41.3
CI 39.0 / 43.5
SE 1.135








100-199 32.2
CI 30.3 / 34.1
SE 0.947








600+ 42.6
CI 40.4 / 44.8
SE 1.108








200-399 37.5
CI 35.8 / 39.2
SE 0.844








Family type









Two parent family with children 40.9
CI 34.8 / 46.9
SE 3.088








Single parent with children 37.6
CI 30.1 / 45.2
SE 3.867








Other 34.8
CI 33.0 / 36.6
SE 0.899








Single 35.6
CI 34.0 / 37.2
SE 0.818








Married couple or partners 39.2
CI 37.2 / 41.1
SE 0.979








Country of birth









US 40.3
CI 39.2 / 41.4
SE 0.564








Outside US 21.2
CI 19.5 / 22.8
SE 0.838








Disability status









People without activity limitations 37.2
CI 36.1 / 38.4
SE 0.567








People with activity limitations 36.5
CI 34.2 / 38.8
SE 1.178








Geographic location









Metropolitan 36.5
CI 35.3 / 37.6
SE 0.575








Non-metropolitan 40.5
CI 38.2 / 42.9
SE 1.183








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Uninsured 27.6
CI 25.7 / 29.6
SE 1.018








Insured 38.3
CI 37.1 / 39.5
SE 0.611








   Private 39.7
CI 38.4 / 41.0
SE 0.663








   Public 30.3
CI 27.9 / 32.7
SE 1.218








Marital status









Divorced or separated 35.2
CI 32.0 / 38.3
SE 1.610








Widowed 41.6
CI 31.9 / 51.3
SE 4.943








Cohabiting partner 33.4
CI 29.8 / 37.1
SE 1.844








Married 39.1
CI 37.7 / 40.5
SE 0.702








Never married 32.5
CI 30.3 / 34.8
SE 1.130








Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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

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

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

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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adults who know heart attack symptoms (age adjusted, percent, 20+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 39.6 (2008)
2020 Target: 43.61
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 20082        
Total 39.6
CI 38.6 / 40.6
SE 0.508








Sex









Male 35.9
CI 34.6 / 37.1
SE 0.646








Female 43.1
CI 41.8 / 44.4
SE 0.658








Race/Ethnicity









Asian only 26.0
CI 23.0 / 29.1
SE 1.563








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Hispanic or Latino 24.6
CI 22.5 / 26.6
SE 1.029








Not Hispanic or Latino 41.9
CI 40.8 / 43.0
SE 0.558








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 31.1
CI 28.8 / 33.3
SE 1.136








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 44.7
CI 43.5 / 46.0
SE 0.631








2 or more races 40.1
CI 32.9 / 47.2
SE 3.651








American Indian or Alaska Native only 38.6
CI 31.3 / 45.8
SE 3.679








Black or African American only 31.1
CI 28.9 / 33.3
SE 1.115








White only 41.6
CI 40.5 / 42.7
SE 0.556








Age group† §









20-44 years 33.1
CI 31.8 / 34.5
SE 0.684








   20-24 years 27.8
CI 24.9 / 30.7
SE 1.482








   25-44 years 34.5
CI 33.0 / 35.9
SE 0.743








45-64 years 46.6
CI 45.1 / 48.2
SE 0.782








   45-54 years 45.3
CI 43.2 / 47.3
SE 1.032








   55-64 years 48.4
CI 46.4 / 50.5
SE 1.036








65 years and over 45.0
CI 43.2 / 46.9
SE 0.947








   65-74 years 48.4
CI 46.0 / 50.9
SE 1.259








   85 years and over 39.2
CI 34.5 / 43.9
SE 2.392








   75-84 years 41.7
CI 38.8 / 44.7
SE 1.508








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









Associates degree 46.3
CI 43.6 / 49.0
SE 1.378








Some college 43.7
CI 41.6 / 45.8
SE 1.073








Advanced degree 47.1
CI 44.2 / 49.9
SE 1.446








4-year college degree 46.1
CI 44.0 / 48.2
SE 1.064








< High school 26.8
CI 24.7 / 28.9
SE 1.069








High school 38.3
CI 36.6 / 39.9
SE 0.850








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









<100 29.3
CI 27.1 / 31.5
SE 1.104








600+ 45.2
CI 43.0 / 47.4
SE 1.139








200-399 39.9
CI 38.2 / 41.5
SE 0.856








400-599 44.1
CI 41.9 / 46.3
SE 1.138








100-199 34.3
CI 32.5 / 36.2
SE 0.960








Family type









Single parent with children 38.2
CI 30.7 / 45.8
SE 3.867








Single 38.0
CI 36.3 / 39.6
SE 0.837








Two parent family with children 42.4
CI 36.3 / 48.5
SE 3.096








Other 37.3
CI 35.5 / 39.1
SE 0.901








Married couple or partners 41.9
CI 40.0 / 43.8
SE 0.973








Country of birth









US 42.9
CI 41.8 / 44.0
SE 0.558








Outside US 22.6
CI 20.9 / 24.3
SE 0.873








Disability status









People without activity limitations 39.5
CI 38.4 / 40.6
SE 0.563








People with activity limitations 39.7
CI 37.3 / 42.1
SE 1.205








Geographic location









Metropolitan 38.6
CI 37.5 / 39.7
SE 0.571








Non-metropolitan 44.4
CI 42.0 / 46.8
SE 1.218








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 40.5
CI 39.3 / 41.7
SE 0.610








   Public 32.0
CI 29.6 / 34.4
SE 1.214








   Private 41.9
CI 40.6 / 43.2
SE 0.659








Uninsured 29.8
CI 27.8 / 31.8
SE 1.030








Marital status









Married 41.6
CI 40.3 / 43.0
SE 0.699








Widowed 45.4
CI 35.7 / 55.2
SE 4.964








Divorced or separated 37.3
CI 34.1 / 40.5
SE 1.621








Cohabiting partner 35.9
CI 32.2 / 39.6
SE 1.890








Never married 34.8
CI 32.5 / 37.0
SE 1.164








Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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

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

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

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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adults who know the importance of calling 9–1–1 for a heart attack (age adjusted, percent, 20+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 91.8 (2008)
2020 Target: 93.81
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 20082        
Total 91.8
CI 91.3 / 92.3
SE 0.280








Sex









Female 92.5
CI 91.8 / 93.2
SE 0.336








Male 91.1
CI 90.3 / 91.8
SE 0.394








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 92.1
CI 91.5 / 92.7
SE 0.296








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 91.6
CI 90.3 / 92.9
SE 0.664








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 92.4
CI 91.7 / 93.0
SE 0.336








Black or African American only 91.6
CI 90.4 / 92.9
SE 0.651








American Indian or Alaska Native only 79.7
CI 72.9 / 86.5
SE 3.470








Asian only 89.8
CI 87.7 / 91.8
SE 1.043








2 or more races 92.0
CI 88.1 / 95.8
SE 1.957








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Hispanic or Latino 90.0
CI 88.6 / 91.3
SE 0.699








White only 92.1
CI 91.5 / 92.7
SE 0.307








Age group† §









20-44 years 92.9
CI 92.2 / 93.6
SE 0.357








   25-44 years 93.1
CI 92.3 / 93.8
SE 0.380








   20-24 years 92.3
CI 90.6 / 93.9
SE 0.827








65 years and over 88.2
CI 87.0 / 89.4
SE 0.627








   65-74 years 88.7
CI 87.0 / 90.3
SE 0.834








   85 years and over 84.1
CI 80.6 / 87.6
SE 1.777








   75-84 years 88.9
CI 87.1 / 90.7
SE 0.934








45-64 years 92.1
CI 91.2 / 92.9
SE 0.423








   45-54 years 92.1
CI 91.0 / 93.2
SE 0.554








   55-64 years 92.0
CI 90.8 / 93.2
SE 0.616








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









4-year college degree 93.3
CI 92.3 / 94.3
SE 0.509








< High school 87.9
CI 86.3 / 89.5
SE 0.807








High school 91.7
CI 90.8 / 92.7
SE 0.492








Associates degree 91.8
CI 90.3 / 93.3
SE 0.765








Advanced degree 92.3
CI 90.8 / 93.8
SE 0.771








Some college 92.6
CI 91.5 / 93.8
SE 0.583








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









400-599 93.0
CI 91.9 / 94.1
SE 0.568








100-199 90.5
CI 89.3 / 91.8
SE 0.636








600+ 93.7
CI 92.7 / 94.8
SE 0.519








200-399 92.3
CI 91.4 / 93.2
SE 0.459








<100 87.5
CI 85.8 / 89.1
SE 0.853








Family type









Single parent with children 92.1
CI 85.8 / 98.4
SE 3.236








Single 91.7
CI 90.9 / 92.5
SE 0.403








Married couple or partners 92.6
CI 91.6 / 93.6
SE 0.517








Two parent family with children 94.3
CI 93.3 / 95.2
SE 0.483








Other 90.5
CI 89.4 / 91.6
SE 0.562








Country of birth









US 92.4
CI 91.8 / 93.0
SE 0.299








Outside US 88.8
CI 87.5 / 90.1
SE 0.654








Disability status









People with activity limitations 87.5
CI 85.6 / 89.5
SE 0.990








People without activity limitations 92.4
CI 91.8 / 92.9
SE 0.296








Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 89.1
CI 87.5 / 90.6
SE 0.801








Metropolitan 92.3
CI 91.7 / 92.9
SE 0.292








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 93.4
CI 92.8 / 94.0
SE 0.292








   Private 93.7
CI 93.2 / 94.3
SE 0.300








   Public 91.3
CI 89.8 / 92.9
SE 0.804








Uninsured 89.2
CI 87.9 / 90.6
SE 0.709








Marital status









Cohabiting partner 92.5
CI 90.6 / 94.4
SE 0.970








Married 91.7
CI 90.9 / 92.5
SE 0.421








Never married 91.1
CI 89.8 / 92.5
SE 0.688








Divorced or separated 91.8
CI 90.5 / 93.1
SE 0.676








Widowed 90.0
CI 84.7 / 95.3
SE 2.684








Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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

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

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

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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adults who know stroke symptoms and the importance of calling 9–1–1 (age adjusted, percent, 20+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 51.3 (2009)
2020 Target: 56.4
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2009        
Total 51.3
CI 50.3 / 52.2
SE 0.491








Sex









Female 53.8
CI 52.5 / 55.0
SE 0.629








Male 48.6
CI 47.4 / 49.8
SE 0.633








Race/Ethnicity









2 or more races 49.0
CI 42.8 / 55.3
SE 3.202








Not Hispanic or Latino 53.6
CI 52.6 / 54.6
SE 0.518








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 47.1
CI 45.0 / 49.3
SE 1.099








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 56.1
CI 54.9 / 57.2
SE 0.590








American Indian or Alaska Native only 43.1
CI 34.1 / 52.1
SE 4.593








White only 53.0
CI 51.9 / 54.0
SE 0.554








Hispanic or Latino 37.2
CI 34.8 / 39.6
SE 1.221








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only 37.3
CI 19.1 / 55.5
SE 9.297








Asian only 37.2
CI 34.0 / 40.3
SE 1.612








Black or African American only 46.7
CI 44.5 / 48.8
SE 1.081








Age group† §









65 years and over 50.5
CI 48.7 / 52.3
SE 0.912








   85 years and over 43.6
CI 38.7 / 48.5
SE 2.497








   65-74 years 53.6
CI 51.3 / 55.8
SE 1.149








   75-84 years 47.9
CI 44.8 / 51.0
SE 1.586








45-64 years 54.9
CI 53.6 / 56.3
SE 0.699








   45-54 years 54.1
CI 52.2 / 55.9
SE 0.950








   55-64 years 56.0
CI 54.2 / 57.9
SE 0.958








20-44 years 49.2
CI 47.9 / 50.4
SE 0.655








   20-24 years 48.2
CI 45.2 / 51.3
SE 1.555








   25-44 years 49.4
CI 48.0 / 50.8
SE 0.692








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









Associates degree 56.3
CI 53.7 / 58.8
SE 1.292








Advanced degree 62.8
CI 60.3 / 65.2
SE 1.253








< High school 36.6
CI 34.5 / 38.7
SE 1.088








4-year college degree 57.1
CI 55.2 / 59.1
SE 0.992








High school 48.6
CI 46.9 / 50.2
SE 0.857








Some college 53.1
CI 51.0 / 55.3
SE 1.074








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









<100 39.6
CI 37.3 / 41.9
SE 1.187








600+ 58.7
CI 56.5 / 61.0
SE 1.164








400-599 54.6
CI 52.6 / 56.6
SE 1.025








200-399 52.4
CI 50.7 / 54.1
SE 0.849








100-199 45.4
CI 43.4 / 47.3
SE 0.991








Family type









Single parent with children 53.7
CI 47.0 / 60.4
SE 3.420








Single 50.0
CI 48.5 / 51.5
SE 0.762








Two parent family with children 54.5
CI 50.1 / 59.0
SE 2.276








Other 48.6
CI 46.7 / 50.5
SE 0.952








Married couple or partners 54.1
CI 52.2 / 56.0
SE 0.967








Country of birth









Outside US 36.6
CI 34.7 / 38.4
SE 0.953








US 54.4
CI 53.3 / 55.4
SE 0.527








Disability status









People with activity limitations 45.5
CI 43.3 / 47.7
SE 1.142








People without activity limitations 52.4
CI 51.3 / 53.4
SE 0.530








Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 52.6
CI 49.9 / 55.4
SE 1.395








Metropolitan 51.0
CI 49.9 / 52.0
SE 0.520








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Uninsured 44.1
CI 42.0 / 46.2
SE 1.054








Insured 53.4
CI 52.3 / 54.6
SE 0.582








   Private 55.6
CI 54.4 / 56.8
SE 0.628








   Public 42.2
CI 39.8 / 44.6
SE 1.206








Marital status









Married 52.4
CI 51.1 / 53.8
SE 0.697








Cohabiting partner 50.3
CI 46.7 / 53.9
SE 1.837








Never married 48.4
CI 46.2 / 50.6
SE 1.115








Divorced or separated 49.3
CI 46.5 / 52.0
SE 1.419








Widowed 46.2
CI 36.5 / 55.9
SE 4.961








Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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 know stroke symptoms (age adjusted, percent, 20+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 53.9 (2009)
2020 Target: 59.3
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2009        
Total 53.9
CI 52.9 / 54.8
SE 0.487








Sex









Male 51.3
CI 50.1 / 52.6
SE 0.630








Female 56.3
CI 55.0 / 57.5
SE 0.621








Race/Ethnicity









Asian only 39.5
CI 36.3 / 42.7
SE 1.615








Hispanic or Latino 39.5
CI 37.1 / 41.9
SE 1.217








Not Hispanic or Latino 56.3
CI 55.3 / 57.3
SE 0.514








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 49.5
CI 47.3 / 51.7
SE 1.112








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 58.7
CI 57.6 / 59.9
SE 0.585








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only 37.3
CI 19.1 / 55.5
SE 9.297








Black or African American only 49.0
CI 46.9 / 51.2
SE 1.097








White only 55.6
CI 54.5 / 56.7
SE 0.548








2 or more races 53.3
CI 47.0 / 59.6
SE 3.214








American Indian or Alaska Native only 45.7
CI 36.5 / 54.8
SE 4.658








Age group† §









65 years and over 53.8
CI 52.1 / 55.6
SE 0.905








   65-74 years 57.1
CI 54.8 / 59.3
SE 1.145








   85 years and over 46.3
CI 41.4 / 51.2
SE 2.503








   75-84 years 51.2
CI 48.1 / 54.3
SE 1.572








20-44 years 51.2
CI 50.0 / 52.5
SE 0.646








   20-24 years 50.2
CI 47.2 / 53.3
SE 1.541








   25-44 years 51.5
CI 50.1 / 52.8
SE 0.687








45-64 years 58.0
CI 56.6 / 59.4
SE 0.697








   45-54 years 57.0
CI 55.1 / 58.8
SE 0.953








   55-64 years 59.3
CI 57.5 / 61.2
SE 0.937








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









Advanced degree 65.2
CI 62.7 / 67.6
SE 1.239








< High school 39.0
CI 36.9 / 41.2
SE 1.084








Some college 55.9
CI 53.8 / 58.0
SE 1.076








High school 51.0
CI 49.4 / 52.7
SE 0.833








Associates degree 59.2
CI 56.6 / 61.7
SE 1.302








4-year college degree 60.2
CI 58.3 / 62.2
SE 0.979








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









100-199 48.0
CI 46.1 / 49.9
SE 0.967








400-599 57.0
CI 55.1 / 59.0
SE 0.988








200-399 54.9
CI 53.2 / 56.5
SE 0.835








<100 42.5
CI 40.1 / 44.9
SE 1.215








600+ 61.5
CI 59.3 / 63.8
SE 1.156








Family type









Single 52.7
CI 51.2 / 54.2
SE 0.765








Single parent with children 55.2
CI 48.5 / 61.9
SE 3.402








Two parent family with children 57.0
CI 52.6 / 61.3
SE 2.230








Married couple or partners 56.9
CI 55.0 / 58.8
SE 0.975








Other 51.1
CI 49.2 / 52.9
SE 0.947








Country of birth









Outside US 38.8
CI 36.9 / 40.6
SE 0.946








US 57.1
CI 56.0 / 58.1
SE 0.523








Disability status









People with activity limitations 48.6
CI 46.3 / 50.8
SE 1.160








People without activity limitations 55.0
CI 53.9 / 56.0
SE 0.522








Geographic location









Metropolitan 53.5
CI 52.5 / 54.5
SE 0.516








Non-metropolitan 55.4
CI 52.8 / 58.1
SE 1.360








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 55.9
CI 54.8 / 57.0
SE 0.576








   Public 45.1
CI 42.7 / 47.5
SE 1.208








   Private 58.0
CI 56.8 / 59.2
SE 0.620








Uninsured 46.5
CI 44.4 / 48.6
SE 1.056








Marital status









Widowed 47.9
CI 38.2 / 57.6
SE 4.961








Cohabiting partner 52.9
CI 49.3 / 56.5
SE 1.833








Divorced or separated 51.5
CI 48.8 / 54.3
SE 1.405








Never married 50.8
CI 48.6 / 53.0
SE 1.122








Married 55.1
CI 53.8 / 56.5
SE 0.681








Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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 know the importance of calling 9–1–1 for a stroke (age adjusted, percent, 20+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 92.7 (2009)
2020 Target: 94.7
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2009        
Total 92.7
CI 92.2 / 93.2
SE 0.240








Sex









Male 91.9
CI 91.2 / 92.6
SE 0.365








Female 93.5
CI 92.9 / 94.1
SE 0.291








Race/Ethnicity









Black or African American only 92.7
CI 91.6 / 93.8
SE 0.548








2 or more races 86.9
CI 81.9 / 92.0
SE 2.589








Hispanic or Latino 89.5
CI 88.3 / 90.8
SE 0.638








Not Hispanic or Latino 93.2
CI 92.7 / 93.7
SE 0.253








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 93.8
CI 93.3 / 94.3
SE 0.271








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 93.0
CI 91.9 / 94.1
SE 0.545








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only 83.8
CI 71.4 / 96.2
SE 6.321








American Indian or Alaska Native only 91.6
CI 86.9 / 96.3
SE 2.407








White only 93.1
CI 92.6 / 93.6
SE 0.258








Asian only 89.0
CI 86.9 / 91.0
SE 1.030








Age group† §









45-64 years 92.4
CI 91.6 / 93.1
SE 0.377








   55-64 years 92.5
CI 91.4 / 93.5
SE 0.539








   45-54 years 92.3
CI 91.3 / 93.3
SE 0.510








65 years and over 90.2
CI 89.1 / 91.3
SE 0.543








   65-74 years 91.6
CI 90.2 / 92.9
SE 0.679








   85 years and over 85.6
CI 82.3 / 88.9
SE 1.667








   75-84 years 89.6
CI 87.9 / 91.3
SE 0.881








20-44 years 93.7
CI 93.1 / 94.3
SE 0.306








   20-24 years 93.1
CI 91.6 / 94.6
SE 0.785








   25-44 years 93.9
CI 93.3 / 94.5
SE 0.328








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









Associates degree 95.0
CI 94.0 / 96.1
SE 0.538








4-year college degree 93.0
CI 91.9 / 94.1
SE 0.572








High school 92.7
CI 91.8 / 93.5
SE 0.444








Some college 93.6
CI 92.6 / 94.6
SE 0.493








Advanced degree 95.1
CI 94.1 / 96.2
SE 0.536








< High school 88.2
CI 86.8 / 89.6
SE 0.703








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









400-599 94.1
CI 93.0 / 95.1
SE 0.532








600+ 94.3
CI 93.2 / 95.3
SE 0.550








100-199 91.2
CI 90.1 / 92.3
SE 0.578








200-399 93.0
CI 92.2 / 93.8
SE 0.386








<100 89.1
CI 87.6 / 90.6
SE 0.772








Family type









Other 91.1
CI 90.1 / 92.0
SE 0.498








Single 92.7
CI 91.9 / 93.4
SE 0.378








Two parent family with children 94.4
CI 93.5 / 95.4
SE 0.489








Single parent with children 95.6
CI 94.4 / 96.9
SE 0.620








Married couple or partners 93.7
CI 92.7 / 94.6
SE 0.467








Country of birth









US 93.4
CI 92.9 / 94.0
SE 0.257








Outside US 89.1
CI 87.9 / 90.3
SE 0.608








Disability status









People with activity limitations 88.9
CI 87.2 / 90.6
SE 0.856








People without activity limitations 93.3
CI 92.8 / 93.8
SE 0.247








Geographic location









Metropolitan 92.8
CI 92.3 / 93.4
SE 0.259








Non-metropolitan 92.0
CI 90.8 / 93.3
SE 0.637








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 93.7
CI 93.2 / 94.2
SE 0.267








   Private 94.4
CI 93.9 / 94.9
SE 0.270








   Public 90.1
CI 88.6 / 91.6
SE 0.762








Uninsured 91.7
CI 90.6 / 92.8
SE 0.545








Marital status









Married 93.0
CI 92.4 / 93.6
SE 0.319








Cohabiting partner 93.3
CI 91.3 / 95.4
SE 1.032








Divorced or separated 93.7
CI 92.7 / 94.7
SE 0.495








Widowed 94.3
CI 92.8 / 95.7
SE 0.742








Never married 91.8
CI 90.6 / 93.0
SE 0.617








Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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.

Heart attack patients receiving fibrinolytics within 30 minutes of hospital arrival (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 68.3 (2009)
2020 Target: 75.1
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2009        
Total 68.3
CI 62.9 / 73.8
SE 2.790








Sex









Female 66.2
CI 54.9 / 77.4
SE 5.737








Male 69.0
CI 62.8 / 75.3
SE 3.190








Race/Ethnicity









White only 66.4
CI 60.3 / 72.4
SE 3.082








Asian only DSU









2 or more races DSU









Not Hispanic or Latino 68.6
CI 63.0 / 74.2
SE 2.857








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 82.6
CI 67.1 / 98.1
SE 7.903








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 66.7
CI 60.5 / 72.9
SE 3.164








American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Hispanic or Latino 69.2
CI 44.1 / 94.3
SE 12.801








Black or African American only 82.6
CI 67.1 / 98.1
SE 7.903








Age group









45-64 years 72.4
CI 65.6 / 79.1
SE 3.430








   55-64 years 73.1
CI 64.1 / 82.1
SE 4.597








   45-54 years 71.4
CI 61.3 / 81.5
SE 5.148








18-44 years 63.0
CI 44.7 / 81.2
SE 9.293








   18-24 years DSU









   25-44 years 65.4
CI 47.1 / 83.7
SE 9.330








65 years and over 61.7
CI 51.1 / 72.3
SE 5.401








   75-84 years 65.0
CI 44.1 / 85.9
SE 10.665








   65-74 years 59.6
CI 46.9 / 72.4
SE 6.498








   85 years and over 75.0

SE 21.651








Geographic region (of hospital)









Northeast 60.0
CI 35.2 / 84.8
SE 12.649








Midwest 54.8
CI 37.3 / 72.4
SE 8.938








West 62.2
CI 46.5 / 77.8
SE 7.973








South 72.3
CI 66.0 / 78.6
SE 3.204








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured ---









   Public 60.6
CI 48.8 / 72.4
SE 6.015








   Private 73.6
CI 66.9 / 80.4
SE 3.452








Uninsured 61.2
CI 47.6 / 74.9
SE 6.961








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.

Heart attack patients receiving percutaneous intervention within 90 minutes of hospital arrival (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 88.6 (2009)
2020 Target: 97.5
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2009        
Total 88.6
CI 88.0 / 89.2
SE 0.312








Sex









Female 85.3
CI 84.0 / 86.6
SE 0.664








Male 89.8
CI 89.2 / 90.5
SE 0.348








Race/Ethnicity









American Indian or Alaska Native only 79.3
CI 64.6 / 94.1
SE 7.522








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only 87.5

SE 11.693








2 or more races DSU









Hispanic or Latino 82.8
CI 79.3 / 86.3
SE 1.807








Not Hispanic or Latino 88.9
CI 88.3 / 89.5
SE 0.315








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 89.2
CI 88.6 / 89.9
SE 0.331








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 84.8
CI 82.3 / 87.2
SE 1.271








White only 89.0
CI 88.3 / 89.6
SE 0.327








Asian only 89.4
CI 85.0 / 93.8
SE 2.238








Black or African American only 84.7
CI 82.2 / 87.2
SE 1.270








Age group









18-44 years 89.9
CI 88.0 / 91.8
SE 0.969








   25-44 years 90.2
CI 88.3 / 92.1
SE 0.959








   18-24 years 55.6
CI 23.1 / 88.0
SE 16.563








65 years and over 86.6
CI 85.5 / 87.8
SE 0.569








   65-74 years 88.5
CI 87.1 / 89.9
SE 0.707








   85 years and over 85.0
CI 81.7 / 88.3
SE 1.688








   75-84 years 83.8
CI 81.6 / 86.0
SE 1.110








45-64 years 89.6
CI 88.8 / 90.3
SE 0.399








   55-64 years 89.2
CI 88.1 / 90.2
SE 0.551








   45-54 years 90.0
CI 88.9 / 91.2
SE 0.579








Geographic region (of hospital)









West 87.6
CI 85.8 / 89.3
SE 0.877








Northeast 85.1
CI 82.6 / 87.7
SE 1.297








Midwest 89.5
CI 88.4 / 90.5
SE 0.531








South 88.8
CI 87.9 / 89.7
SE 0.450








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Uninsured 90.0
CI 88.6 / 91.5
SE 0.740








Insured ---









   Public 87.1
CI 85.9 / 88.4
SE 0.652








   Private 88.8
CI 88.0 / 89.6
SE 0.403








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.

Stroke patients receiving acute reperfusion therapy within 3 hours of symptom onset (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 74.13 (2009)
2020 Target:
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2009        
Total 74.13
CI 73.37 / 74.90
SE 0.391








Sex









Female 72.59
CI 71.49 / 73.69
SE 0.559








Male 75.83
CI 74.76 / 76.90
SE 0.545








Race/Ethnicity









Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only 72.00
CI 54.40 / 89.60
SE 8.980








Hispanic or Latino 73.02
CI 69.98 / 76.06
SE 1.551








Black or African American only 74.42
CI 72.32 / 76.53
SE 1.074








2 or more races 88.24
CI 72.92 / 100.00
SE 7.814








Not Hispanic or Latino 74.22
CI 73.43 / 75.01
SE 0.404








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 74.24
CI 72.12 / 76.35
SE 1.081








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 74.26
CI 73.37 / 75.15
SE 0.454








Asian only 75.09
CI 70.00 / 80.18
SE 2.599








American Indian or Alaska Native only 60.71
CI 42.62 / 78.80
SE 9.230








White only 74.09
CI 73.22 / 74.96
SE 0.443








Age group









18-44 years 73.05
CI 69.71 / 76.39
SE 1.703








   18-24 years 72.00
CI 54.40 / 89.60
SE 8.980








   25-44 years 73.09
CI 69.69 / 76.49
SE 1.734








45-64 years 76.61
CI 75.19 / 78.03
SE 0.722








   45-54 years 77.08
CI 74.80 / 79.35
SE 1.160








   55-64 years 76.32
CI 74.51 / 78.13
SE 0.923








65 years and over 73.21
CI 72.27 / 74.16
SE 0.482








   75-84 years 73.55
CI 72.07 / 75.03
SE 0.753








   85 years and over 71.79
CI 69.99 / 73.58
SE 0.918








   65-74 years 74.08
CI 72.40 / 75.75
SE 0.856








Geographic region









Midwest 66.49
CI 64.62 / 68.36
SE 0.954








West 79.05
CI 77.45 / 80.66
SE 0.819








South 72.30
CI 70.98 / 73.62
SE 0.674








Northeast 78.64
CI 77.23 / 80.05
SE 0.719








Health insurance status









Insured 74.65
CI 73.07 / 76.23
SE 0.806








Uninsured 77.78
CI 74.55 / 81.00
SE 1.645








Data Not Available

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.

Stroke survivors referred to a stroke rehabilitation program (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 96.21 (2009)
2020 Target:
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2009        
Total 96.21
CI 96.13 / 96.30
SE 0.043








Sex