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Immunization and Infectious Diseases

U.S.-acquired cases of rubella (number)

2020 Baseline (year): 10 (2008)
2020 Target: 10
Desired Direction:

U.S.-acquired cases of congenital rubella syndrome in children (number, <1 year)

2020 Baseline (year): 0 (2008)
2020 Target: 0
Desired Direction: Maintain baseline
Populations 2008 2009 2010 2011  
Total 0

1

0

0



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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.

Cases of Haemophilus influenzae type b in children (per 100,000, <5 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 0.30 (2008)
2020 Target: 0.27
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2008 2009 2010    
Total 0.30

0.08

0.18





Sex









Male 0.42

0.15

0.14





Female 0.17

0.00

0.22





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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

New cases of Hepatitis B (per 100,000, 2–18 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 0.1 (2007)
2020 Target: 0.0
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2007        
Total 0.1









Sex









Female DSU









Male DSU









Race/Ethnicity









American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Not Hispanic or Latino DSU









   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino DSU









   White only, not Hispanic or Latino DSU









White only DSU









2 or more races DSU









Hispanic or Latino DSU









Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Asian only DSU









Black or African American only DSU









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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.

U.S.-acquired cases of measles (number)

2020 Baseline (year): 115 (2008)
2020 Target: 30
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2008 2009 2010 2011  
Total 115

53

23

142



Sex









Male 57

36

17

77



Female 58

17

6

61



Race/Ethnicity









White 3

36

17

99



Black or African American 2

0

0

14



Hispanic or Latino 11

6

4

9



American Indian or Alaska Native only 2

0

3

4



Not Hispanic or Latino 71

29

18

108



Age group









<18 93

39

13

85



   0-4 42

24

10

54



   12-17 19

5

0

16



   5-11 32

10

3

15



18-44 19

12

9

38



   25-44 14

7

9

27



   18-24 5

5

0

11



45-64 3

1

1

10



   45-54 2

1

0

9



   55-64 1

0

1

1



65 and over 1

0

0

1



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.

U.S.-acquired cases of mumps (number)

2020 Baseline (year): 421 (2008)
2020 Target: 500
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2008 2009 2010 2011  
Total 421

1965

2572

376



Sex









Male 236

1414

1702

220



Female 182

538

869

156



Race/Ethnicity









White 254

1743

2350

248



Not Hispanic or Latino 226

1750

2263

240



American Indian or Alaska Native only 6

4

1

2



Hispanic or Latino 72

71

156

65



Black or African American 24

30

35

30



Age group









18-44 137

670

986

187



   18-24 45

352

475

99



   25-44 92

318

511

88



65 and over 17

32

23

16



   85 and over 2

4

4

1



   65-74 13

17

15

11



   75-84 2

11

4

4



<18 196

1159

1446

122



   12-17 58

688

564

27



   0-4 54

137

289

42



   5-11 84

334

593

53



45-64 66

98

112

50



   45-54 44

61

74

31



   55-64 22

37

38

19



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.

Cases of pertussis in children (number, <1 year)

2020 Baseline (year): 2,777 (2004-2008)
2020 Target: 2,500
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2004-2008 2005-2009 2006-2010    
Total 2777

2736

2744





Sex









Male 1429

1393

1406





Female 1327

1307

1304





Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 1349

1308

1283





   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 232

232

231





   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 958

916

945





Asian or Pacific Islander only 56

55

54





American Indian or Alaska Native only 54

50

31





Hispanic or Latino 774

788

454





White only 1596

1555

1343





Black or African American only 324

309

240





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.

Cases of pertussis in adolescents (number, 11–18 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 3,995 (2000-2004)
2020 Target: 2,000
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2002-2006 2003-2007 2004-2008 2005-2009 2006-2010
Total 5417

5361

5015

3796

3279

Sex









Male 2680

2665

2489

1873

1600

Female 2705

2663

2496

1875

1635

Race/Ethnicity









American Indian or Alaska Native only 45

48

47

34

25

Black or African American only 147

147

141

104

87

Hispanic or Latino 354

339

323

282

311

Not Hispanic or Latino 3858

3786

3472

2528

2117

   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 3522

3455

3163

2279

1890

   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 116

115

111

79

71

White only 4172

4095

3788

2764

2296

Asian or Pacific Islander only 53

55

52

43

40

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.

U.S.-acquired cases of acute paralytic poliomyelitis (number)

2020 Baseline (year): 0 (2008)
2020 Target: 0
Desired Direction: Maintain baseline
Populations 2008 2009 2010 2011  
Total 0

0

0

0



Footnotes View Footnotes

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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

U.S.-acquired cases of rubella (number)

2020 Baseline (year): 10 (2008)
2020 Target: 10
Desired Direction: Maintain baseline
Populations 2008 2009 2010 2011  
Total 10

2

2

2



Sex









Female 7

2

1

0



Male 3

0

1

2



Race/Ethnicity









Black or African American 0

0

0

0



Hispanic or Latino 3

0

0

1



Asian or Pacific Islander 1

1

0

1



Not Hispanic or Latino 4

1

0

1



White 6

0

2

1



American Indian or Alaska Native only 0

0

0

0



Age group









<18 4

0

1

1



   0-4 4

0

0

1



   5-11 0

0

0

0



   12-17 0

0

1

0



45-64 3

0

1

0



   55-64 1

0

1

0



   45-54 2

0

0

0



65 and over 0

0

0

0



18-44 3

1

0

1



   25-44 3

1

0

1



   18-24 0

0

0

0



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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.

Cases of varicella (chicken pox) (number, ≤17 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 586,000 (2008)
2020 Target: 100,000
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2008 2009 2010 2011  
Total 586000

419000

242000

266000



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.

Early onset group B streptococcal disease in newborns (per 1,000 live births, 0–6 days)

2020 Baseline (year): 0.30 (2008)
2020 Target: 0.25
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2008 2009 2010    
Total 0.30

0.29

0.27





Race/Ethnicity









White only 0.26

0.23

0.26





Black or African American only 0.51

0.56

0.45





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.

Cases of meningococcal disease (number)

2020 Baseline (year): 1,215 (2004-2008)
2020 Target: 10941
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2004-20082 2005-2009 2006-2010    
Total 1215

1139

1051





Sex









Male 619

568

527





Female 589

560

515





Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 692

664

624





   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 515

488

454





   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 119

123

116





White only 719

673

623





Hispanic or Latino 150

139

132





Asian or Pacific Islander only 29

27

27





Black or African American only 165

163

152





American Indian or Alaska Native only 9

10

10





Age group









18-44 352

330

315





   18-24 180

171

162





   25-44 172

160

153





45-64 189

191

179





   55-64 89

90

88





   45-54 100

101

91





65 and over 189

185

180





   75-84 64

63

63





   65-74 69

67

63





   85 and over 56

55

53





<18 485

433

377





   5-11 80

68

56





   12-17 104

91

70





   0-4 301

273

251





Footnotes View Footnotes

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

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

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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

New invasive pneumococcal infections in children (per 100,000 population, <5 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 21.1 (2008)
2020 Target: 12.0
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2008 2009 2010    
Total 21.1

22.2

19.5





Sex









Male 23.4

27.0

21.9





Female 18.7

17.3

17.0





Race/Ethnicity









White only 18.1

17.5

17.3





Black or African American only 32.8

37.7

30.2





Footnotes View Footnotes

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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

New invasive pneumococcal infections in adults (per 100,000 population, 65+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 40.7 (2008)
2020 Target: 31.0
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2008 2009 2010    
Total 40.7

38.9

36.3





Sex









Female 39.3

37.9

34.3





Male 42.6

40.2

39.0





Race/Ethnicity









White only 40.2

37.6

36.1





Black or African American only 49.6

52.4

40.5





Footnotes View Footnotes

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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Invasive antibiotic-resistant pneumococcal infections in children (per 100,000 population, <5 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 8.3 (2008)
2020 Target: 6.01
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 20082 2009 2010    
Total 8.3

9.0

8.0





Sex









Male 9.0

11.2

9.4





Female 7.6

6.6

6.6





Race/Ethnicity









Black or African American only 14.1

16.2

13.0





White only 7.2

7.2

7.3





Footnotes View Footnotes

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

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

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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Invasive antibiotic-resistant pneumococcal infections in adults (per 100,000 population, 65+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 12.2 (2008)
2020 Target: 9.01
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 20082 2009 2010    
Total 12.2

9.0

10.9





Sex









Female 12.6

10.9

10.6





Male 11.9

12.4

10.9





Race/Ethnicity









Black or African American only 15.9

18.3

17.0





White only 12.5

12.4

10.5





Footnotes View Footnotes

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

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

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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Antibiotics prescribed for ear infections in children (per 100, < 5 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 48.7 (2006-2007)
2020 Target: 37.0
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2006-2007        
Total 48.7
CI 41.0 / 56.4
SE 3.934








Sex









Male 56.9
CI 47.6 / 66.1
SE 4.727








Female 40.1
CI 34.8 / 45.5
SE 2.723








Race/Ethnicity









Black or African American only 48.9
CI 29.4 / 68.4
SE 9.961








Not Hispanic or Latino 49.5
CI 41.2 / 57.9
SE 4.281








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino DSU









   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino DSU









White only 52.2
CI 43.2 / 61.1
SE 4.569








Hispanic or Latino 45.9
CI 28.4 / 63.5
SE 8.939








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.

Antibiotics prescribed for common cold (per 100,000)

2020 Baseline (year): 1,458.4 (2006-2007)
2020 Target: 756.0
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2006-2007        
Total 1458.4
CI 1147.8 / 1769.0
SE 158.487








Sex









Male 1113.9
CI 787.3 / 1440.4
SE 166.601








Female 1788.7
CI 1296.3 / 2281.1
SE 251.222








Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino 971.7
CI 587.9 / 1355.4
SE 195.792








Not Hispanic or Latino 1544.5
CI 1189.0 / 1900.0
SE 181.4








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino DSU









   White only, not Hispanic or Latino DSU









Black or African American only 1608.5
CI 820.5 / 2396.4
SE 402.012








White only 1376.0
CI 1064.8 / 1687.3
SE 158.794








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.

Children receiving 4+ doses of DTaP vaccine by age 19–35 months (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 84.6 (2008)
2020 Target: 90.0
Desired Direction: Maintain baseline
Populations 2008 2009 2010 2011  
Total 84.6
CI 83.6 / 85.6
SE 0.489
83.9
CI 82.9 / 84.9
SE 0.523
84.4
CI 83.3 / 85.4
SE 0.531
84.6
CI 83.6 / 85.5
SE 0.507


Sex









Female 85.3
CI 84.0 / 86.5
SE 0.641
83.4
CI 81.9 / 84.7
SE 0.738
84.2
CI 82.6 / 85.6
SE 0.767
84.5
CI 83.1 / 85.9
SE 0.705


Male 84.0
CI 82.5 / 85.3
SE 0.731
84.6
CI 83.1 / 85.9
SE 0.727
84.6
CI 83.1 / 85.9
SE 0.729
84.6
CI 83.1 / 86.0
SE 0.725


Race/Ethnicity









American Indian or Alaska Native only 85.1
CI 78.6 / 89.9
SE 2.860
DSU

75.4
CI 65.5 / 83.2
SE 4.535
77.6
CI 69.8 / 83.9
SE 3.589


Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU

DSU

85.9
CI 74.3 / 92.8
SE 4.607
93.2
CI 84.3 / 97.2
SE 3.028


Not Hispanic or Latino 84.5
CI 83.4 / 85.6
SE 0.545
84.3
CI 83.3 / 85.3
SE 0.521
84.4
CI 83.2 / 85.4
SE 0.556
84.8
CI 83.7 / 85.8
SE 0.546


   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 80.1
CI 76.5 / 83.2
SE 1.723
78.6
CI 75.3 / 81.6
SE 1.598
83.7
CI 80.8 / 86.2
SE 1.357
81.3
CI 78.2 / 84.0
SE 1.483


   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 85.0
CI 83.8 / 86.1
SE 0.603
85.8
CI 84.7 / 86.9
SE 0.563
84.5
CI 83.2 / 85.7
SE 0.661
85.0
CI 83.7 / 86.2
SE 0.653


White only 85.2
CI 84.1 / 86.3
SE 0.544
85.1
CI 83.9 / 86.3
SE 0.590
84.9
CI 83.6 / 86.1
SE 0.627
85.1
CI 84.0 / 86.2
SE 0.583


Asian only 89.7
CI 84.8 / 93.2
SE 2.127
88.6
CI 83.1 / 92.5
SE 2.354
88.2
CI 83.8 / 91.5
SE 1.958
87.8
CI 81.7 / 92.1
SE 2.632


Black or African American only 79.8
CI 76.4 / 82.8
SE 1.624
79.0
CI 75.9 / 81.8
SE 1.500
82.9
CI 80.0 / 85.4
SE 1.381
81.0
CI 78.1 / 83.7
SE 1.433


Hispanic or Latino 84.9
CI 82.7 / 86.8
SE 1.040
82.9
CI 80.2 / 85.3
SE 1.294
84.4
CI 81.8 / 86.7
SE 1.267
84.1
CI 81.7 / 86.2
SE 1.145


2 or more races 86.0
CI 82.6 / 88.9
SE 1.605
81.6
CI 77.4 / 85.2
SE 1.967
82.1
CI 77.3 / 86.2
SE 2.263
85.5
CI 81.4 / 88.9
SE 1.897


Educational attainment (of mother, 25 years and over)









Associates degree 87.9
CI 85.5 / 90.0
SE 1.128
84.3
CI 80.7 / 87.3
SE 1.685
84.2
CI 80.1 / 87.7
SE 1.926
86.0
CI 82.3 / 89.1
SE 1.718


Advanced degree 89.4
CI 87.4 / 91.0
SE 0.925
89.4
CI 87.4 / 91.1
SE 0.947
90.3
CI 88.4 / 91.8
SE 0.878
91.4
CI 89.7 / 92.8
SE 0.785


High school 81.9
CI 79.3 / 84.3
SE 1.283
81.8
CI 79.2 / 84.2
SE 1.287
82.8
CI 80.2 / 85.1
SE 1.242
83.1
CI 80.4 / 85.4
SE 1.259


Some college 84.8
CI 82.3 / 87.1
SE 1.210
83.9
CI 81.3 / 86.3
SE 1.268
84.2
CI 81.3 / 86.7
SE 1.370
81.9
CI 78.9 / 84.6
SE 1.444


4-year college degree 89.8
CI 88.4 / 91.1
SE 0.683
89.8
CI 88.3 / 91.2
SE 0.741
86.9
CI 84.8 / 88.7
SE 1.010
88.1
CI 86.1 / 89.9
SE 0.955


< High school 83.0
CI 79.2 / 86.3
SE 1.796
80.3
CI 76.2 / 83.9
SE 1.964
80.9
CI 76.6 / 84.6
SE 2.033
83.3
CI 80.0 / 86.2
SE 1.575


Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









600+ 90.7
CI 88.5 / 92.5
SE 1.032
90.2
CI 87.9 / 92.2
SE 1.091
88.7
CI 85.2 / 91.4
SE 1.566
90.7
CI 88.6 / 92.4
SE 0.984


<100 80.4
CI 78.1 / 82.5
SE 1.119
80.6
CI 78.3 / 82.7
SE 1.121
81.3
CI 79.1 / 83.4
SE 1.081
81.1
CI 79.2 / 82.9
SE 0.958


100-199 82.6
CI 80.4 / 84.6
SE 1.050
82.1
CI 79.9 / 84.1
SE 1.081
83.2
CI 80.6 / 85.5
SE 1.240
82.2
CI 79.7 / 84.5
SE 1.230


200-399 86.7
CI 85.0 / 88.1
SE 0.788
84.0
CI 81.8 / 86.0
SE 1.052
85.0
CI 83.1 / 86.7
SE 0.930
86.9
CI 85.0 / 88.6
SE 0.926


400-599 89.3
CI 87.2 / 91.1
SE 0.985
90.5
CI 88.7 / 92.0
SE 0.858
89.4
CI 87.1 / 91.3
SE 1.061
91.2
CI 89.0 / 93.0
SE 1.000


Country of birth









Outside US 86.5
CI 85.2 / 87.7
SE 0.638
85.1
CI 83.6 / 86.5
SE 0.739
86.0
CI 84.4 / 87.5
SE 0.781
87.9
CI 86.3 / 89.3
SE 0.769


US 82.9
CI 81.4 / 84.3
SE 0.733
82.9
CI 81.4 / 84.3
SE 0.742
82.7
CI 81.2 / 84.1
SE 0.750
82.1
CI 80.7 / 83.4
SE 0.675


Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 81.8
CI 79.5 / 83.9
SE 1.122
83.6
CI 81.6 / 85.4
SE 0.973
83.7
CI 81.6 / 85.6
SE 1.026
82.1
CI 79.4 / 84.6
SE 1.328


Metropolitan 85.2
CI 84.1 / 86.2
SE 0.541
84.0
CI 82.8 / 85.1
SE 0.596
84.5
CI 83.3 / 85.7
SE 0.603
85.5
CI 84.4 / 86.6
SE 0.561


Health insurance status









Insured DNC

84.6
CI 83.6 / 85.6
SE 0.523
85.0
CI 83.9 / 86.0
SE 0.537
85.5
CI 84.5 / 86.4
SE 0.500


   Public DNC

81.4
CI 79.4 / 83.2
SE 0.968
82.4
CI 80.4 / 84.2
SE 0.960
77.1
CI 73.9 / 80.1
SE 1.577


   Private DNC

86.9
CI 85.8 / 88.0
SE 0.578
87.1
CI 85.9 / 88.3
SE 0.602
87.8
CI 86.6 / 88.8
SE 0.581


Uninsured DNC

71.8
CI 65.5 / 77.3
SE 3.032
71.5
CI 65.1 / 77.1
SE 3.076
66.5
CI 59.6 / 72.8
SE 3.387


Footnotes View Footnotes

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

DNC: Data for specific population not collected.

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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Children receiving 3+ or 4+ doses, depending on vaccine brand, of Haemophilus influenzae type b vaccine by age 19–35 months, (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 54.8 (2009)
2020 Target: 90.0
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 20091 2010 2011    
Total 54.8
CI 53.5 / 56.2
SE 0.697
66.8
CI 65.4 / 68.1
SE 0.665
80.4
CI 79.3 / 81.4
SE 0.547




Sex









Female 54.9
CI 53.0 / 56.7
SE 0.944
66.4
CI 64.5 / 68.2
SE 0.945
80.3
CI 78.7 / 81.7
SE 0.760




Male 54.8
CI 52.8 / 56.8
SE 1.017
67.1
CI 65.3 / 68.9
SE 0.919
80.5
CI 78.9 / 82.0
SE 0.787




Race/Ethnicity









2 or more races 54.0
CI 48.6 / 59.3
SE 2.754
69.9
CI 64.6 / 74.8
SE 2.613
81.3
CI 76.7 / 85.2
SE 2.186




Not Hispanic or Latino 54.6
CI 53.2 / 56.0
SE 0.720
67.5
CI 66.1 / 68.9
SE 0.692
79.9
CI 78.7 / 81.1
SE 0.618




   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 55.3
CI 53.7 / 56.9
SE 0.817
67.5
CI 65.9 / 69.0
SE 0.805
81.0
CI 79.5 / 82.3
SE 0.716




   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 51.2
CI 47.5 / 54.9
SE 1.899
65.4
CI 61.9 / 68.7
SE 1.730
74.6
CI 71.2 / 77.7
SE 1.678




Asian only 56.8
CI 47.7 / 65.6
SE 4.616
70.4
CI 63.6 / 76.4
SE 3.294
81.2
CI 75.1 / 86.0
SE 2.774




Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU

DSU

84.8
CI 72.9 / 92.0
SE 4.795




American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU

71.3
CI 62.9 / 78.5
SE 3.982
74.3
CI 65.9 / 81.3
SE 3.923




White only 55.4
CI 53.9 / 57.0
SE 0.805
66.6
CI 65.1 / 68.2
SE 0.786
81.6
CI 80.4 / 82.8
SE 0.619




Black or African American only 51.3
CI 47.8 / 54.8
SE 1.790
64.1
CI 60.7 / 67.4
SE 1.708
74.5
CI 71.3 / 77.5
SE 1.591




Hispanic or Latino 55.4
CI 52.1 / 58.6
SE 1.672
64.8
CI 61.6 / 67.8
SE 1.589
81.6
CI 79.2 / 83.7
SE 1.136




Educational attainment (of mother, 25 years and over)









4-year college degree 60.7
CI 58.2 / 63.1
SE 1.231
73.3
CI 71.0 / 75.4
SE 1.118
86.0
CI 84.2 / 87.7
SE 0.898




< High school 51.6
CI 46.6 / 56.6
SE 2.555
60.8
CI 55.9 / 65.5
SE 2.464
76.2
CI 72.3 / 79.6
SE 1.853




Advanced degree 57.2
CI 54.3 / 60.1
SE 1.485
74.7
CI 72.1 / 77.2
SE 1.303
88.1
CI 86.1 / 89.9
SE 0.968




Associates degree 56.0
CI 51.5 / 60.3
SE 2.248
67.4
CI 62.7 / 71.8
SE 2.308
82.3
CI 78.9 / 85.2
SE 1.610




Some college 55.0
CI 51.5 / 58.4
SE 1.760
67.1
CI 63.7 / 70.4
SE 1.728
78.2
CI 75.1 / 81.0
SE 1.514




High school 54.4
CI 51.2 / 57.6
SE 1.638
63.8
CI 60.5 / 67.0
SE 1.667
79.3
CI 76.5 / 81.8
SE 1.341




Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









<100 51.9
CI 49.1 / 54.8
SE 1.462
61.2
CI 58.5 / 63.7
SE 1.330
75.6
CI 73.6 / 77.6
SE 1.027




100-199 54.6
CI 51.7 / 57.5
SE 1.466
63.6
CI 60.4 / 66.8
SE 1.624
77.8
CI 75.2 / 80.2
SE 1.267




400-599 58.2
CI 55.1 / 61.2
SE 1.571
73.5
CI 70.7 / 76.1
SE 1.373
89.4
CI 87.4 / 91.1
SE 0.947




200-399 55.8
CI 53.2 / 58.3
SE 1.288
69.0
CI 66.7 / 71.2
SE 1.147
83.1
CI 80.7 / 85.2
SE 1.132




600+ 58.4
CI 54.9 / 61.9
SE 1.806
77.4
CI 74.0 / 80.5
SE 1.647
88.9
CI 86.7 / 90.7
SE 1.024




Country of birth









Outside US 57.1
CI 55.1 / 59.0
SE 0.998
68.7
CI 66.8 / 70.6
SE 0.985
84.7
CI 83.0 / 86.3
SE 0.834




US 53.0
CI 51.1 / 55.0
SE 0.986
64.6
CI 62.7 / 66.4
SE 0.924
77.2
CI 75.8 / 78.6
SE 0.728




Geographic location









Metropolitan 55.2
CI 53.7 / 56.7
SE 0.789
67.4
CI 66.0 / 68.9
SE 0.741
81.0
CI 79.7 / 82.2
SE 0.635




Non-metropolitan 53.0
CI 50.2 / 55.7
SE 1.391
63.4
CI 60.4 / 66.3
SE 1.481
78.4
CI 75.6 / 80.9
SE 1.346




Health insurance status









Insured 55.3
CI 54.0 / 56.7
SE 0.708
67.3
CI 66.0 / 68.6
SE 0.678
81.3
CI 80.2 / 82.4
SE 0.550




   Private 57.2
CI 55.5 / 58.8
SE 0.838
72.1
CI 70.6 / 73.5
SE 0.747
85.3
CI 84.0 / 86.4
SE 0.623




   Public 52.8
CI 50.3 / 55.2
SE 1.250
61.5
CI 59.2 / 63.8
SE 1.175
77.0
CI 75.1 / 78.8
SE 0.936




Uninsured 45.9
CI 39.3 / 52.5
SE 3.382
55.1
CI 48.2 / 61.7
SE 3.479
61.3
CI 54.6 / 67.7
SE 3.360




Footnotes View Footnotes

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.

Children receiving 3+ doses of HepB vaccine by age 19–35 months (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 93.5 (2008)
2020 Target: 90.0
Desired Direction: Maintain baseline
Populations 2008 2009 2010 2011  
Total 93.5
CI 92.8 / 94.2
SE 0.346
92.4
CI 91.6 / 93.1
SE 0.373
91.8
CI 91.0 / 92.5
SE 0.373
91.1
CI 90.4 / 91.8
SE 0.368


Sex









Male 93.6
CI 92.5 / 94.5
SE 0.514
92.3
CI 91.1 / 93.3
SE 0.564
92.0
CI 90.9 / 93.0
SE 0.527
91.3
CI 90.3 / 92.3
SE 0.507


Female 93.5
CI 92.6 / 94.3
SE 0.452
92.5
CI 91.5 / 93.4
SE 0.489
91.6
CI 90.5 / 92.6
SE 0.520
91.0
CI 89.9 / 91.9
SE 0.520


Race/Ethnicity









American Indian or Alaska Native only 95.1
CI 91.2 / 97.3
SE 1.488
88.9
CI 76.6 / 95.1
SE 4.504
94.5
CI 87.6 / 97.6
SE 2.355
93.4
CI 87.0 / 96.8
SE 2.370


Black or African American only 92.6
CI 89.8 / 94.8
SE 1.259
91.7
CI 89.4 / 93.6
SE 1.047
91.9
CI 89.7 / 93.7
SE 1.007
91.6
CI 89.7 / 93.2
SE 0.887


White only 93.4
CI 92.6 / 94.1
SE 0.384
92.4
CI 91.5 / 93.2
SE 0.435
91.9
CI 91.0 / 92.7
SE 0.431
90.7
CI 89.8 / 91.5
SE 0.446


2 or more races 94.2
CI 91.8 / 95.9
SE 1.022
93.8
CI 91.0 / 95.7
SE 1.190
89.8
CI 85.7 / 92.8
SE 1.777
91.1
CI 87.4 / 93.8
SE 1.609


Not Hispanic or Latino 93.5
CI 92.7 / 94.2
SE 0.380
92.3
CI 91.5 / 93.0
SE 0.384
91.5
CI 90.7 / 92.3
SE 0.391
91.0
CI 90.2 / 91.8
SE 0.402


   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 92.1
CI 88.8 / 94.5
SE 1.432
91.6
CI 89.2 / 93.5
SE 1.098
92.1
CI 90.1 / 93.8
SE 0.942
92.1
CI 90.2 / 93.8
SE 0.907


   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 93.4
CI 92.6 / 94.1
SE 0.386
92.3
CI 91.4 / 93.1
SE 0.444
91.4
CI 90.5 / 92.3
SE 0.455
90.3
CI 89.3 / 91.2
SE 0.489


Asian only 97.3
CI 95.2 / 98.5
SE 0.812
94.3
CI 91.1 / 96.4
SE 1.325
91.9
CI 88.0 / 94.6
SE 1.660
94.9
CI 92.4 / 96.6
SE 1.065


Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only 97.5
CI 89.4 / 99.5
SE 1.895
95.4
CI 89.0 / 98.1
SE 2.110
97.7
CI 94.5 / 99.0
SE 1.039
95.2
CI 86.1 / 98.5
SE 2.713


Hispanic or Latino 93.7
CI 92.1 / 95.0
SE 0.752
92.6
CI 90.7 / 94.2
SE 0.893
92.5
CI 90.6 / 94.0
SE 0.879
91.5
CI 89.8 / 92.9
SE 0.809


Educational attainment (of mother, 25 years and over)









Some college 95.0
CI 93.6 / 96.0
SE 0.622
92.0
CI 89.9 / 93.7
SE 0.964
91.7
CI 89.3 / 93.5
SE 1.057
90.4
CI 87.5 / 92.7
SE 1.307


Advanced degree 94.0
CI 91.9 / 95.6
SE 0.944
92.5
CI 90.7 / 94.0
SE 0.845
91.8
CI 90.0 / 93.4
SE 0.863
91.0
CI 89.2 / 92.5
SE 0.832


4-year college degree 95.2
CI 94.3 / 95.9
SE 0.404
93.6
CI 92.2 / 94.7
SE 0.631
91.0
CI 89.4 / 92.3
SE 0.742
90.5
CI 89.1 / 91.8
SE 0.707


High school 91.9
CI 89.8 / 93.5
SE 0.939
91.7
CI 89.7 / 93.4
SE 0.933
91.2
CI 89.2 / 93.0
SE 0.968
92.2
CI 90.5 / 93.7
SE 0.792


Associates degree 95.7
CI 94.2 / 96.9
SE 0.684
93.6
CI 91.3 / 95.4
SE 1.039
93.2
CI 91.3 / 94.8
SE 0.881
90.1
CI 86.3 / 93.0
SE 1.688


< High school 92.7
CI 89.4 / 95.0
SE 1.400
92.0
CI 89.1 / 94.2
SE 1.273
92.5
CI 90.0 / 94.4
SE 1.131
90.6
CI 88.0 / 92.7
SE 1.191


Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









<100 91.7
CI 89.8 / 93.2
SE 0.868
92.2
CI 90.7 / 93.5
SE 0.702
91.4
CI 89.8 / 92.8
SE 0.767
91.5
CI 90.2 / 92.7
SE 0.637


100-199 93.9
CI 92.6 / 94.9
SE 0.577
92.3
CI 90.8 / 93.7
SE 0.743
92.4
CI 90.8 / 93.8
SE 0.759
90.1
CI 88.3 / 91.6
SE 0.852


200-399 93.8
CI 92.6 / 94.7
SE 0.530
91.5
CI 89.7 / 93.1
SE 0.865
90.8
CI 89.2 / 92.1
SE 0.731
91.8
CI 90.5 / 92.9
SE 0.617


400-599 95.4
CI 94.3 / 96.3
SE 0.529
93.9
CI 92.3 / 95.3
SE 0.759
92.5
CI 90.5 / 94.1
SE 0.904
90.8
CI 88.3 / 92.9
SE 1.143


600+ 95.3
CI 93.0 / 96.9
SE 0.987
93.1
CI 90.8 / 94.9
SE 1.057
93.0
CI 91.4 / 94.4
SE 0.755
90.5
CI 87.8 / 92.7
SE 1.251


Country of birth









US 92.7
CI 91.6 / 93.7
SE 0.550
92.7
CI 91.6 / 93.6
SE 0.492
91.0
CI 89.9 / 92.0
SE 0.537
90.3
CI 89.3 / 91.3
SE 0.495


Outside US 94.5
CI 93.7 / 95.2
SE 0.393
91.8
CI 90.6 / 92.9
SE 0.594
92.6
CI 91.5 / 93.6
SE 0.529
92.4
CI 91.3 / 93.4
SE 0.534


Geographic location









Metropolitan 93.7
CI 92.9 / 94.4
SE 0.386
92.3
CI 91.4 / 93.1
SE 0.423
91.6
CI 90.7 / 92.4
SE 0.425
90.9
CI 90.0 / 91.7
SE 0.413


Non-metropolitan 92.6
CI 91.0 / 94.0
SE 0.751
92.9
CI 91.3 / 94.2
SE 0.728
92.8
CI 91.3 / 94.1
SE 0.694
92.5
CI 90.9 / 93.8
SE 0.757


Health insurance status









Uninsured DNC

85.8
CI 80.4 / 89.8
SE 2.379
85.5
CI 80.8 / 89.2
SE 2.131
78.8
CI 72.3 / 84.1
SE 3.000


Insured DNC

92.8
CI 92.0 / 93.5
SE 0.369
92.1
CI 91.3 / 92.8
SE 0.377
91.8
CI 91.0 / 92.4
SE 0.352


   Public DNC

92.7
CI 91.4 / 93.8
SE 0.610
92.3
CI 90.9 / 93.4
SE 0.636
92.4
CI 91.3 / 93.4
SE 0.536


   Private DNC

92.8
CI 91.9 / 93.7
SE 0.465
92.0
CI 91.0 / 92.9
SE 0.464
91.3
CI 90.3 / 92.2
SE 0.468


Footnotes View Footnotes

DNC: Data for specific population not collected.

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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Children receiving 1+ dose of MMR vaccine by age 19–35 months (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 92.1 (2008)
2020 Target: 90.0
Desired Direction: Maintain baseline
Populations 2008 2009 2010 2011  
Total 92.1
CI 91.4 / 92.8
SE 0.346
90.0
CI 89.2 / 90.8
SE 0.424
91.5
CI 90.7 / 92.2
SE 0.372
91.6
CI 90.8 / 92.3
SE 0.387


Sex









Male 92.8
CI 91.8 / 93.7
SE 0.467
90.3
CI 89.1 / 91.4
SE 0.605
90.9
CI 89.8 / 91.9
SE 0.545
91.6
CI 90.4 / 92.7
SE 0.594


Female 91.4
CI 90.4 / 92.4
SE 0.501
89.7
CI 88.5 / 90.8
SE 0.583
92.0
CI 91.0 / 92.9
SE 0.500
91.5
CI 90.5 / 92.5
SE 0.501


Race/Ethnicity









White only 91.8
CI 91.0 / 92.6
SE 0.416
90.1
CI 89.1 / 91.0
SE 0.491
91.4
CI 90.5 / 92.2
SE 0.435
91.6
CI 90.7 / 92.5
SE 0.448


2 or more races 93.5
CI 91.1 / 95.4
SE 1.088
89.7
CI 85.9 / 92.5
SE 1.675
88.8
CI 84.6 / 91.9
SE 1.850
91.2
CI 87.7 / 93.8
SE 1.553


Hispanic or Latino 92.8
CI 91.3 / 94.1
SE 0.702
89.3
CI 87.1 / 91.2
SE 1.037
92.9
CI 91.2 / 94.3
SE 0.807
92.4
CI 90.4 / 94.0
SE 0.903


Not Hispanic or Latino 91.8
CI 91.0 / 92.6
SE 0.394
90.3
CI 89.4 / 91.1
SE 0.429
90.9
CI 90.1 / 91.7
SE 0.412
91.3
CI 90.5 / 92.1
SE 0.408


   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 92.0
CI 89.8 / 93.7
SE 0.976
88.2
CI 85.3 / 90.6
SE 1.357
92.1
CI 90.0 / 93.9
SE 0.974
90.8
CI 88.3 / 92.7
SE 1.109


   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 91.3
CI 90.3 / 92.2
SE 0.486
90.8
CI 89.9 / 91.7
SE 0.454
90.6
CI 89.6 / 91.5
SE 0.482
91.1
CI 90.2 / 92.0
SE 0.468


Black or African American only 91.9
CI 89.9 / 93.5
SE 0.924
88.5
CI 85.8 / 90.7
SE 1.256
92.6
CI 90.7 / 94.2
SE 0.883
91.2
CI 89.0 / 93.0
SE 1.010


Asian only 94.3
CI 91.3 / 96.3
SE 1.236
91.9
CI 87.5 / 94.8
SE 1.824
91.9
CI 87.8 / 94.7
SE 1.713
91.4
CI 85.8 / 95.0
SE 2.274


American Indian or Alaska Native only 94.9
CI 90.7 / 97.2
SE 1.591
92.3
CI 84.5 / 96.3
SE 2.841
91.0
CI 84.5 / 94.9
SE 2.582
93.7
CI 88.4 / 96.6
SE 2.011


Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only 97.9
CI 91.5 / 99.5
SE 1.528
98.1
CI 95.5 / 99.2
SE 0.849
96.1
CI 90.2 / 98.5
SE 1.881
96.2
CI 88.3 / 98.8
SE 2.265


Educational attainment (of mother, 25 years and over)









Some college 92.5
CI 90.6 / 94.1
SE 0.876
90.3
CI 87.8 / 92.3
SE 1.158
90.9
CI 88.6 / 92.8
SE 1.061
88.1
CI 83.8 / 91.4
SE 1.929


< High school 92.9
CI 90.8 / 94.6
SE 0.981
88.3
CI 84.7 / 91.2
SE 1.650
90.6
CI 87.5 / 93.0
SE 1.399
91.5
CI 89.2 / 93.3
SE 1.031


Associates degree 92.4
CI 90.2 / 94.1
SE 0.991
89.4
CI 86.4 / 91.8
SE 1.369
92.2
CI 89.9 / 94.0
SE 1.036
92.5
CI 90.1 / 94.3
SE 1.075


Advanced degree 93.1
CI 90.9 / 94.7
SE 0.957
91.4
CI 89.6 / 92.9
SE 0.840
92.0
CI 90.1 / 93.5
SE 0.850
93.3
CI 91.9 / 94.5
SE 0.667


High school 89.9
CI 87.6 / 91.8
SE 1.057
89.4
CI 87.4 / 91.2
SE 0.976
92.2
CI 90.5 / 93.6
SE 0.793
92.2
CI 90.4 / 93.7
SE 0.820


4-year college degree 93.5
CI 92.5 / 94.4
SE 0.475
92.0
CI 90.6 / 93.2
SE 0.660
91.2
CI 89.6 / 92.6
SE 0.762
92.3
CI 90.7 / 93.6
SE 0.723


Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









100-199 91.1
CI 89.4 / 92.6
SE 0.797
89.4
CI 87.6 / 90.9
SE 0.842
92.0
CI 90.5 / 93.2
SE 0.695
90.7
CI 88.9 / 92.2
SE 0.822


600+ 93.6
CI 91.2 / 95.4
SE 1.046
91.2
CI 88.8 / 93.2
SE 1.122
93.0
CI 91.3 / 94.3
SE 0.764
93.8
CI 92.2 / 95.1
SE 0.732


400-599 92.9
CI 91.0 / 94.3
SE 0.840
91.4
CI 89.6 / 93.0
SE 0.867
90.9
CI 88.7 / 92.6
SE 0.992
93.2
CI 91.3 / 94.7
SE 0.868


200-399 91.6
CI 90.2 / 92.7
SE 0.644
90.7
CI 88.9 / 92.3
SE 0.862
90.7
CI 89.2 / 92.1
SE 0.732
91.4
CI 89.3 / 93.2
SE 0.997


<100 92.4
CI 91.0 / 93.6
SE 0.667
89.0
CI 87.2 / 90.6
SE 0.877
91.4
CI 89.8 / 92.8
SE 0.768
91.2
CI 89.8 / 92.4
SE 0.655


Country of birth









US 91.2
CI 90.1 / 92.2
SE 0.530
89.9
CI 88.7 / 91.0
SE 0.589
90.3
CI 89.2 / 91.4
SE 0.565
90.4
CI 89.3 / 91.4
SE 0.541


Outside US 93.2
CI 92.3 / 94.0
SE 0.434
89.9
CI 88.6 / 91.1
SE 0.625
92.6
CI 91.6 / 93.5
SE 0.495
93.2
CI 92.1 / 94.2
SE 0.547


Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 90.4
CI 88.5 / 92.0
SE 0.887
90.8
CI 89.1 / 92.2
SE 0.809
91.3
CI 89.8 / 92.6
SE 0.733
91.5
CI 89.8 / 92.9
SE 0.802


Metropolitan 92.4
CI 91.7 / 93.1
SE 0.375
89.9
CI 88.9 / 90.8
SE 0.482
91.5
CI 90.6 / 92.3
SE 0.422
91.6
CI 90.7 / 92.4
SE 0.434


Health insurance status









Insured DNC

90.4
CI 89.5 / 91.2
SE 0.425
91.8
CI 91.1 / 92.6
SE 0.374
92.3
CI 91.5 / 93.0
SE 0.383


   Private DNC

91.5
CI 90.5 / 92.4
SE 0.460
91.8
CI 90.9 / 92.7
SE 0.449
92.1
CI 91.0 / 93.1
SE 0.541


   Public DNC

88.9
CI 87.3 / 90.4
SE 0.791
91.9
CI 90.6 / 93.1
SE 0.644
92.5
CI 91.4 / 93.5
SE 0.546


Uninsured DNC

83.4
CI 78.0 / 87.7
SE 2.472
83.1
CI 78.0 / 87.2
SE 2.332
77.3
CI 71.5 / 82.2
SE 2.732


Footnotes View Footnotes

DNC: Data for specific population not collected.

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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Children receiving 3+ doses of polio vaccine by age 19–35 months (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 93.6 (2008)
2020 Target: 90.0
Desired Direction: Maintain baseline
Populations 2008 2009 2010 2011  
Total 93.6
CI 93.0 / 94.2
SE 0.328
92.8
CI 92.0 / 93.5
SE 0.367
93.3
CI 92.6 / 94.0
SE 0.345
93.9
CI 93.3 / 94.5
SE 0.308


Sex









Male 93.5
CI 92.5 / 94.4
SE 0.488
93.1
CI 92.0 / 94.0
SE 0.523
93.4
CI 92.3 / 94.3
SE 0.505
94.2
CI 93.3 / 95.0
SE 0.424


Female 93.7
CI 92.8 / 94.5
SE 0.441
92.5
CI 91.5 / 93.5
SE 0.514
93.2
CI 92.2 / 94.1
SE 0.467
93.6
CI 92.7 / 94.4
SE 0.446


Race/Ethnicity









Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only 99.0
CI 96.4 / 99.7
SE 0.665
95.4
CI 89.1 / 98.2
SE 2.089
97.5
CI 94.3 / 99.0
SE 1.071
98.2
CI 91.2 / 99.6
SE 1.503


Not Hispanic or Latino 93.4
CI 92.6 / 94.1
SE 0.385
92.9
CI 92.1 / 93.6
SE 0.370
93.1
CI 92.4 / 93.8
SE 0.370
93.9
CI 93.2 / 94.5
SE 0.333


   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 93.6
CI 92.8 / 94.3
SE 0.387
93.3
CI 92.5 / 94.0
SE 0.399
93.2
CI 92.3 / 94.0
SE 0.428
93.9
CI 93.1 / 94.6
SE 0.395


   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 91.5
CI 88.2 / 93.9
SE 1.454
90.9
CI 88.4 / 93.0
SE 1.167
94.0
CI 92.2 / 95.4
SE 0.823
93.9
CI 92.1 / 95.3
SE 0.805


Asian only 96.3
CI 93.7 / 97.8
SE 1.020
95.0
CI 91.4 / 97.2
SE 1.421
93.0
CI 88.9 / 95.7
SE 1.694
94.1
CI 88.5 / 97.1
SE 2.065


Black or African American only 91.9
CI 89.0 / 94.1
SE 1.280
91.0
CI 88.6 / 93.0
SE 1.117
93.5
CI 91.4 / 95.1
SE 0.932
93.3
CI 91.5 / 94.7
SE 0.814


2 or more races 93.7
CI 91.2 / 95.5
SE 1.093
93.5
CI 90.3 / 95.7
SE 1.346
90.4
CI 86.3 / 93.4
SE 1.793
93.5
CI 90.3 / 95.7
SE 1.342


White only 93.8
CI 93.1 / 94.4
SE 0.348
93.1
CI 92.2 / 93.8
SE 0.404
93.5
CI 92.7 / 94.3
SE 0.392
94.1
CI 93.4 / 94.7
SE 0.341


Hispanic or Latino 94.3
CI 92.9 / 95.4
SE 0.625
92.5
CI 90.6 / 94.1
SE 0.898
93.8
CI 92.0 / 95.2
SE 0.793
93.8
CI 92.3 / 95.0
SE 0.693


American Indian or Alaska Native only 93.8
CI 88.7 / 96.7
SE 1.950
DSU

92.7
CI 86.1 / 96.3
SE 2.475
89.9
CI 83.0 / 94.2
SE 2.768


Educational attainment (of mother, 25 years and over)









Some college 94.5
CI 92.9 / 95.7
SE 0.716
93.3
CI 91.6 / 94.8
SE 0.811
93.2
CI 91.0 / 94.8
SE 0.949
92.9
CI 90.8 / 94.5
SE 0.935


Advanced degree 93.8
CI 91.5 / 95.5
SE 1.005
94.8
CI 93.2 / 96.0
SE 0.712
94.4
CI 92.6 / 95.7
SE 0.804
95.7
CI 94.3 / 96.7
SE 0.597


Associates degree 95.8
CI 94.2 / 97.0
SE 0.694
94.2
CI 92.1 / 95.7
SE 0.919
95.0
CI 93.2 / 96.4
SE 0.806
94.4
CI 92.1 / 96.0
SE 0.998


4-year college degree 95.1
CI 94.1 / 95.9
SE 0.452
95.7
CI 94.8 / 96.4
SE 0.422
93.3
CI 91.8 / 94.6
SE 0.713
94.1
CI 92.8 / 95.2
SE 0.590


High school 92.3
CI 90.6 / 93.7
SE 0.795
90.4
CI 88.4 / 92.2
SE 0.970
93.2
CI 91.4 / 94.7
SE 0.840
94.5
CI 93.2 / 95.6
SE 0.624


< High school 92.8
CI 89.7 / 95.0
SE 1.345
91.5
CI 88.4 / 93.8
SE 1.377
93.0
CI 90.5 / 94.9
SE 1.103
94.2
CI 92.2 / 95.7
SE 0.872


Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









400-599 95.8
CI 94.5 / 96.8
SE 0.590
96.2
CI 95.0 / 97.2
SE 0.554
94.9
CI 93.1 / 96.3
SE 0.817
96.2
CI 95.0 / 97.2
SE 0.563


<100 92.1
CI 90.4 / 93.5
SE 0.785
92.1
CI 90.6 / 93.5
SE 0.735
92.6
CI 91.1 / 93.9
SE 0.705
93.4
CI 92.3 / 94.4
SE 0.543


200-399 94.0
CI 93.0 / 94.9
SE 0.488
91.9
CI 90.1 / 93.4
SE 0.839
92.3
CI 90.7 / 93.6
SE 0.727
94.1
CI 92.6 / 95.3
SE 0.684


600+ 93.7
CI 91.1 / 95.6
SE 1.126
94.8
CI 92.6 / 96.4
SE 0.959
95.5
CI 94.2 / 96.6
SE 0.598
95.4
CI 93.9 / 96.6
SE 0.676


100-199 93.9
CI 92.7 / 94.9
SE 0.573
91.6
CI 90.1 / 92.9
SE 0.732
93.3
CI 91.8 / 94.6
SE 0.706
92.6
CI 91.0 / 93.9
SE 0.751


Country of birth









US 92.5
CI 91.4 / 93.5
SE 0.537
92.7
CI 91.7 / 93.6
SE 0.496
93.1
CI 92.1 / 93.9
SE 0.474
92.7
CI 91.9 / 93.5
SE 0.423


Outside US 94.7
CI 93.9 / 95.4
SE 0.384
92.5
CI 91.3 / 93.6
SE 0.569
93.5
CI 92.4 / 94.4
SE 0.522
95.5
CI 94.5 / 96.3
SE 0.452


Geographic location









Metropolitan 93.9
CI 93.1 / 94.5
SE 0.363
92.8
CI 92.0 / 93.6
SE 0.413
93.3
CI 92.5 / 94.1
SE 0.393
93.8
CI 93.1 / 94.5
SE 0.343


Non-metropolitan 92.5
CI 90.8 / 93.8
SE 0.758
92.6
CI 90.9 / 94.0
SE 0.768
93.2
CI 91.8 / 94.4
SE 0.660
94.2
CI 92.7 / 95.4
SE 0.689


Health insurance status









Uninsured DNC

84.3
CI 78.9 / 88.6
SE 2.461
83.9
CI 78.9 / 87.9
SE 2.279
84.3
CI 79.1 / 88.3
SE 2.356


Insured DNC

93.3
CI 92.5 / 93.9
SE 0.360
93.7
CI 93.0 / 94.4
SE 0.345
94.4
CI 93.8 / 94.9
SE 0.301


   Public DNC

92.3
CI 90.9 / 93.4
SE 0.647
93.2
CI 91.9 / 94.3
SE 0.603
94.2
CI 93.2 / 95.0
SE 0.459


   Private DNC

94.0
CI 93.1 / 94.7
SE 0.415
94.2
CI 93.3 / 94.9
SE 0.409
94.7
CI 93.9 / 95.4
SE 0.395


Footnotes View Footnotes

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

DNC: Data for specific population not collected.

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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Children receiving 1+ doses of varicella vaccine by age 19–35 months (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 90.7 (2008)
2020 Target: 90.0
Desired Direction: Maintain baseline
Populations 2008 2009 2010 2011  
Total 90.7
CI 90.0 / 91.4
SE 0.365
89.6
CI 88.8 / 90.4
SE 0.422
90.4
CI 89.5 / 91.2
SE 0.422
90.8
CI 90.0 / 91.5
SE 0.372


Sex









Male 90.8
CI 89.7 / 91.8
SE 0.516
90.0
CI 88.8 / 91.1
SE 0.588
90.1
CI 88.9 / 91.2
SE 0.579
91.1
CI 90.0 / 92.0
SE 0.523


Female 90.6
CI 89.5 / 91.5
SE 0.513
89.3
CI 88.1 / 90.4
SE 0.593
90.6
CI 89.4 / 91.7
SE 0.610
90.5
CI 89.4 / 91.5
SE 0.528


Race/Ethnicity









Black or African American only 90.5
CI 88.2 / 92.3
SE 1.045
88.5
CI 85.7 / 90.8
SE 1.285
91.5
CI 89.4 / 93.3
SE 0.990
91.1
CI 88.7 / 93.0
SE 1.071


Not Hispanic or Latino 90.3
CI 89.4 / 91.0
SE 0.415
89.2
CI 88.3 / 90.0
SE 0.447
89.7
CI 88.7 / 90.5
SE 0.459
90.3
CI 89.4 / 91.1
SE 0.424


   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 89.8
CI 88.8 / 90.8
SE 0.496
89.2
CI 88.2 / 90.1
SE 0.485
88.9
CI 87.8 / 90.0
SE 0.560
89.6
CI 88.5 / 90.5
SE 0.500


   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 90.4
CI 88.0 / 92.4
SE 1.125
88.2
CI 85.2 / 90.6
SE 1.377
91.5
CI 89.2 / 93.3
SE 1.039
91.2
CI 88.6 / 93.2
SE 1.152


White only 90.5
CI 89.7 / 91.3
SE 0.430
89.6
CI 88.6 / 90.5
SE 0.483
90.1
CI 89.0 / 91.0
SE 0.513
90.5
CI 89.6 / 91.3
SE 0.427


Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only 94.9
CI 87.6 / 98.0
SE 2.382
95.5
CI 89.3 / 98.2
SE 2.060
95.4
CI 89.4 / 98.1
SE 2.006
99.2
CI 97.2 / 99.8
SE 0.526


Asian only 93.8
CI 90.9 / 95.8
SE 1.239
91.0
CI 85.5 / 94.6
SE 2.260
92.7
CI 88.8 / 95.4
SE 1.632
91.7
CI 86.9 / 94.8
SE 1.966


2 or more races 89.8
CI 86.6 / 92.3
SE 1.428
91.1
CI 87.9 / 93.5
SE 1.396
88.9
CI 85.0 / 91.9
SE 1.763
91.8
CI 88.5 / 94.1
SE 1.412


American Indian or Alaska Native only 93.3
CI 88.8 / 96.1
SE 1.808
90.3
CI 82.4 / 94.9
SE 3.077
92.5
CI 87.0 / 95.8
SE 2.159
91.0
CI 84.6 / 94.9
SE 2.556


Hispanic or Latino 91.8
CI 90.2 / 93.2
SE 0.750
90.7
CI 88.6 / 92.5
SE 0.971
92.3
CI 90.2 / 93.9
SE 0.943
92.0
CI 90.3 / 93.3
SE 0.760


Educational attainment (of mother, 25 years and over)









4-year college degree 91.1
CI 89.8 / 92.2
SE 0.624
92.4
CI 91.2 / 93.4
SE 0.568
89.8
CI 87.9 / 91.4
SE 0.886
90.9
CI 89.3 / 92.3
SE 0.761


Advanced degree 91.8
CI 89.6 / 93.6
SE 1.018
91.7
CI 89.9 / 93.1
SE 0.797
91.7
CI 89.8 / 93.2
SE 0.871
92.3
CI 90.8 / 93.6
SE 0.705


< High school 91.8
CI 89.6 / 93.5
SE 1.009
88.0
CI 84.4 / 90.9
SE 1.633
89.2
CI 85.5 / 92.1
SE 1.658
90.0
CI 87.4 / 92.2
SE 1.219


Associates degree 91.7
CI 89.6 / 93.4
SE 0.954
89.8
CI 87.4 / 91.8
SE 1.133
93.0
CI 91.2 / 94.5
SE 0.841
91.4
CI 88.9 / 93.4
SE 1.138


High school 88.1
CI 85.8 / 90.0
SE 1.068
88.7
CI 86.6 / 90.6
SE 1.003
90.9
CI 88.9 / 92.5
SE 0.920
91.0
CI 89.1 / 92.5
SE 0.871


Some college 92.2
CI 90.4 / 93.6
SE 0.798
88.9
CI 86.4 / 91.0
SE 1.160
88.5
CI 85.3 / 91.1
SE 1.454
90.9
CI 88.8 / 92.6
SE 0.965


Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









<100 90.1
CI 88.5 / 91.5
SE 0.772
89.1
CI 87.2 / 90.6
SE 0.867
89.9
CI 88.0 / 91.4
SE 0.867
90.1
CI 88.6 / 91.4
SE 0.709


600+ 93.2
CI 90.7 / 95.0
SE 1.093
92.7
CI 90.8 / 94.3
SE 0.888
91.4
CI 88.8 / 93.4
SE 1.157
91.6
CI 89.7 / 93.2
SE 0.899


200-399 90.3
CI 89.0 / 91.5
SE 0.651
89.3
CI 87.4 / 90.9
SE 0.875
90.6
CI 89.1 / 91.9
SE 0.695
91.3
CI 90.0 / 92.5
SE 0.653


100-199 89.7
CI 87.9 / 91.2
SE 0.835
87.6
CI 85.7 / 89.2
SE 0.892
90.2
CI 88.2 / 91.9
SE 0.929
89.8
CI 87.9 / 91.4
SE 0.869


400-599 92.4
CI 91.0 / 93.6
SE 0.679
92.6
CI 90.8 / 94.0
SE 0.812
90.9
CI 88.7 / 92.7
SE 1.014
93.0
CI 91.2 / 94.5
SE 0.837


Country of birth









US 89.4
CI 88.2 / 90.4
SE 0.566
89.4
CI 88.2 / 90.5
SE 0.583
89.1
CI 87.8 / 90.3
SE 0.637
89.4
CI 88.3 / 90.3
SE 0.512


Outside US 92.1
CI 91.1 / 92.9
SE 0.463
89.6
CI 88.3 / 90.8
SE 0.619
91.5
CI 90.3 / 92.6
SE 0.573
92.7
CI 91.5 / 93.7
SE 0.546


Geographic location









Metropolitan 91.1
CI 90.3 / 91.9
SE 0.395
89.6
CI 88.6 / 90.5
SE 0.482
90.5
CI 89.5 / 91.4
SE 0.475
91.0
CI 90.1 / 91.7
SE 0.411


Non-metropolitan 88.4
CI 86.4 / 90.1
SE 0.944
89.8
CI 88.2 / 91.2
SE 0.766
90.0
CI 88.1 / 91.6
SE 0.893
89.8
CI 88.0 / 91.3
SE 0.859


Health insurance status









Insured DNC

90.2
CI 89.3 / 91.0
SE 0.417
90.9
CI 90.0 / 91.7
SE 0.425
91.5
CI 90.7 / 92.2
SE 0.366


   Private DNC

91.1
CI 90.1 / 91.9
SE 0.456
90.9
CI 89.8 / 91.8
SE 0.516
91.5
CI 90.6 / 92.4
SE 0.455


   Public DNC

89.0
CI 87.4 / 90.4
SE 0.773
90.9
CI 89.3 / 92.2
SE 0.727
91.5
CI 90.3 / 92.6
SE 0.592


Uninsured DNC

79.5
CI 73.7 / 84.3
SE 2.699
80.1
CI 74.5 / 84.8
SE 2.612
76.9
CI 71.1 / 81.8
SE 2.732


Footnotes View Footnotes

DNC: Data for specific population not collected.

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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Children receiving 4+ doses of PCV vaccine by age 19–35 months (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 80.1 (2008)
2020 Target: 90.0
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008 2009 2010 2011  
Total 80.1
CI 79.0 / 81.1
SE 0.538
80.4
CI 79.3 / 81.5
SE 0.570
83.3
CI 82.3 / 84.3
SE 0.519
84.4
CI 83.4 / 85.4
SE 0.496


Sex









Male 79.6
CI 78.0 / 81.1
SE 0.786
80.7
CI 79.0 / 82.3
SE 0.835
83.9
CI 82.5 / 85.2
SE 0.689
84.6
CI 83.2 / 85.9
SE 0.693


Female 80.6
CI 79.2 / 82.0
SE 0.726
80.1
CI 78.6 / 81.6
SE 0.768
82.8
CI 81.2 / 84.2
SE 0.760
84.2
CI 82.8 / 85.6
SE 0.700


Race/Ethnicity









Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU

DSU

85.5
CI 72.8 / 92.9
SE 4.993
94.1
CI 86.4 / 97.5
SE 2.595


Black or African American only 76.0
CI 72.5 / 79.1
SE 1.691
73.3
CI 69.9 / 76.4
SE 1.650
79.6
CI 76.6 / 82.4
SE 1.480
81.0
CI 78.1 / 83.6
SE 1.405


2 or more races 84.0
CI 80.3 / 87.0
SE 1.702
72.6
CI 67.0 / 77.6
SE 2.708
81.8
CI 77.2 / 85.7
SE 2.185
83.0
CI 78.6 / 86.6
SE 2.033


Not Hispanic or Latino 80.7
CI 79.5 / 81.8
SE 0.573
80.3
CI 79.1 / 81.5
SE 0.606
83.1
CI 81.9 / 84.1
SE 0.556
84.3
CI 83.2 / 85.4
SE 0.541


   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 76.4
CI 72.8 / 79.7
SE 1.759
73.2
CI 69.7 / 76.5
SE 1.727
79.7
CI 76.6 / 82.5
SE 1.521
81.3
CI 78.3 / 84.0
SE 1.453


   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 81.4
CI 80.2 / 82.7
SE 0.636
83.4
CI 82.2 / 84.5
SE 0.599
84.2
CI 83.0 / 85.4
SE 0.616
85.3
CI 84.0 / 86.5
SE 0.620


Asian only 82.3
CI 77.4 / 86.3
SE 2.261
76.8
CI 67.6 / 84.1
SE 4.233
79.7
CI 73.4 / 84.8
SE 2.894
79.8
CI 72.9 / 85.2
SE 3.136


American Indian or Alaska Native only 75.0
CI 66.8 / 81.7
SE 3.814
DSU

81.7
CI 74.6 / 87.2
SE 3.217
80.3
CI 72.8 / 86.2
SE 3.416


White only 80.7
CI 79.5 / 81.9
SE 0.611
82.9
CI 81.7 / 84.1
SE 0.597
84.4
CI 83.2 / 85.5
SE 0.590
85.6
CI 84.5 / 86.7
SE 0.548


Hispanic or Latino 78.6
CI 76.1 / 80.9
SE 1.232
80.6
CI 78.0 / 83.1
SE 1.301
83.9
CI 81.5 / 86.1
SE 1.191
84.6
CI 82.3 / 86.6
SE 1.098


Educational attainment (of mother, 25 years and over)









High school 77.9
CI 75.2 / 80.5
SE 1.349
77.9
CI 75.1 / 80.5
SE 1.362
81.7
CI 79.1 / 84.0
SE 1.237
82.9
CI 80.4 / 85.1
SE 1.201


Advanced degree 86.7
CI 84.5 / 88.6
SE 1.059
87.7
CI 85.8 / 89.4
SE 0.922
89.4
CI 87.4 / 91.2
SE 0.959
91.3
CI 89.5 / 92.8
SE 0.849


4-year college degree 85.8
CI 84.2 / 87.3
SE 0.798
87.5
CI 85.9 / 88.9
SE 0.770
86.8
CI 84.9 / 88.5
SE 0.935
87.5
CI 85.5 / 89.3
SE 0.948


Some college 81.0
CI 78.4 / 83.5
SE 1.304
80.5
CI 77.6 / 83.1
SE 1.410
82.5
CI 79.5 / 85.2
SE 1.432
83.9
CI 81.1 / 86.3
SE 1.317


Associates degree 83.0
CI 80.0 / 85.7
SE 1.441
81.1
CI 77.3 / 84.4
SE 1.810
84.8
CI 81.6 / 87.5
SE 1.494
87.1
CI 84.2 / 89.5
SE 1.344


< High school 77.0
CI 73.0 / 80.6
SE 1.937
76.7
CI 72.2 / 80.6
SE 2.147
79.5
CI 75.6 / 83.0
SE 1.874
83.4
CI 80.2 / 86.2
SE 1.530


Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









400-599 86.3
CI 84.0 / 88.3
SE 1.097
88.2
CI 86.2 / 89.9
SE 0.941
88.0
CI 85.7 / 89.9
SE 1.055
91.6
CI 89.6 / 93.2
SE 0.916


200-399 82.8
CI 81.1 / 84.3
SE 0.835
80.4
CI 78.1 / 82.4
SE 1.083
84.1
CI 82.1 / 85.9
SE 0.962
87.0
CI 85.0 / 88.7
SE 0.955


600+ 87.7
CI 85.4 / 89.8
SE 1.115
89.8
CI 87.4 / 91.7
SE 1.096
89.9
CI 87.7 / 91.7
SE 1.025
91.2
CI 89.1 / 92.9
SE 0.953


<100 74.3
CI 71.8 / 76.7
SE 1.240
75.4
CI 72.8 / 77.7
SE 1.254
78.9
CI 76.7 / 80.9
SE 1.081
80.6
CI 78.8 / 82.4
SE 0.933


100-199 77.9
CI 75.5 / 80.0
SE 1.147
79.2
CI 76.9 / 81.4
SE 1.145
83.2
CI 80.8 / 85.4
SE 1.194
81.7
CI 79.2 / 83.9
SE 1.197


Country of birth









Outside US 81.6
CI 80.2 / 83.0
SE 0.706
81.2
CI 79.5 / 82.8
SE 0.835
85.1
CI 83.6 / 86.5
SE 0.755
88.3
CI 86.9 / 89.7
SE 0.721


US 78.5
CI 76.9 / 80.0
SE 0.806
79.3
CI 77.7 / 80.8
SE 0.798
81.5
CI 80.0 / 82.9
SE 0.728
81.5
CI 80.1 / 82.8
SE 0.685


Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 75.1
CI 72.5 / 77.5
SE 1.291
78.6
CI 76.3 / 80.8
SE 1.154
82.8
CI 80.7 / 84.6
SE 1.004
82.4
CI 80.0 / 84.6
SE 1.174


Metropolitan 81.1
CI 79.9 / 82.2
SE 0.590
80.8
CI 79.5 / 82.0
SE 0.643
83.4
CI 82.2 / 84.5
SE 0.590
85.0
CI 83.9 / 86.1
SE 0.570


Health insurance status









Uninsured DNC

68.7
CI 62.4 / 74.4
SE 3.081
68.1
CI 61.5 / 74.0
SE 3.190
69.4
CI 63.1 / 75.0
SE 3.042


Insured DNC

81.1
CI 79.9 / 82.2
SE 0.576
84.0
CI 83.0 / 85.0
SE 0.521
85.2
CI 84.1 / 86.1
SE 0.499


   Public DNC

76.0
CI 73.8 / 78.1
SE 1.088
80.8
CI 78.9 / 82.6
SE 0.945
76.9
CI 73.9 / 79.6
SE 1.451


   Private DNC

84.6
CI 83.4 / 85.8
SE 0.603
86.6
CI 85.4 / 87.6
SE 0.567
87.4
CI 86.2 / 88.6
SE 0.597


Footnotes View Footnotes

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

DNC: Data for specific population not collected.

---: Data are 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 receiving 2+ doses of hepatitis A vaccine by age 19–35 months (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 40.4 (2008)
2020 Target: 85.0
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008 2009 2010 2011  
Total 40.4
CI 39.2 / 41.7
SE 0.637
46.6
CI 45.2 / 48.0
SE 0.704
49.7
CI 48.4 / 51.1
SE 0.696
52.2
CI 50.8 / 53.5
SE 0.694


Sex









Female 40.9
CI 39.2 / 42.7
SE 0.894
46.4
CI 44.6 / 48.3
SE 0.947
50.6
CI 48.7 / 52.5
SE 0.966
52.1
CI 50.2 / 53.9
SE 0.940


Male 39.9
CI 38.1 / 41.7
SE 0.917
46.8
CI 44.8 / 48.9
SE 1.034
48.8
CI 46.9 / 50.7
SE 0.982
52.3
CI 50.3 / 54.3
SE 1.021


Race/Ethnicity









Black or African American only 39.0
CI 35.5 / 42.5
SE 1.774
41.0
CI 37.6 / 44.5
SE 1.764
49.0
CI 45.5 / 52.5
SE 1.809
51.2
CI 47.7 / 54.7
SE 1.781


Not Hispanic or Latino 38.7
CI 37.4 / 40.1
SE 0.675
45.6
CI 44.2 / 47.0
SE 0.727
46.9
CI 45.5 / 48.4
SE 0.729
50.6
CI 49.2 / 52.0
SE 0.737


   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 39.7
CI 36.1 / 43.5
SE 1.887
41.3
CI 37.7 / 45.0
SE 1.880
48.6
CI 45.0 / 52.3
SE 1.869
50.9
CI 47.3 / 54.6
SE 1.883


   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 37.6
CI 36.1 / 39.0
SE 0.749
46.2
CI 44.6 / 47.8
SE 0.822
45.8
CI 44.2 / 47.4
SE 0.824
50.0
CI 48.4 / 51.6
SE 0.831


American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU

DSU

55.0
CI 45.8 / 63.8
SE 4.636
55.8
CI 46.8 / 64.4
SE 4.533


2 or more races 42.0
CI 36.7 / 47.4
SE 2.746
47.1
CI 41.7 / 52.5
SE 2.768
49.5
CI 43.6 / 55.3
SE 3.017
51.4
CI 45.6 / 57.2
SE 2.987


White only 39.9
CI 38.5 / 41.3
SE 0.724
47.6
CI 46.0 / 49.2
SE 0.810
49.6
CI 48.0 / 51.2
SE 0.809
52.1
CI 50.5 / 53.7
SE 0.810


Hispanic or Latino 44.7
CI 41.9 / 47.6
SE 1.472
49.3
CI 46.0 / 52.6
SE 1.681
57.0
CI 53.9 / 60.1
SE 1.588
56.3
CI 53.1 / 59.4
SE 1.613


Asian only 49.7
CI 42.6 / 56.7
SE 3.625
47.9
CI 38.6 / 57.3
SE 4.829
49.3
CI 42.2 / 56.5
SE 3.670
55.9
CI 49.0 / 62.6
SE 3.497


Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



Educational attainment (of mother, 25 years and over)









High school 37.0
CI 33.9 / 40.2
SE 1.620
45.4
CI 42.2 / 48.6
SE 1.636
50.6
CI 47.1 / 54.0
SE 1.760
55.0
CI 51.5 / 58.5
SE 1.772


Associates degree 40.3
CI 36.4 / 44.2
SE 1.996
45.2
CI 40.8 / 49.6
SE 2.252
46.9
CI 42.5 / 51.4
SE 2.263
51.9
CI 47.8 / 55.9
SE 2.077


< High school 43.2
CI 38.8 / 47.6
SE 2.258
49.8
CI 44.8 / 54.8
SE 2.578
52.2
CI 47.4 / 57.0
SE 2.460
54.3
CI 49.8 / 58.6
SE 2.251


Some college 40.3
CI 37.0 / 43.8
SE 1.741
44.4
CI 40.8 / 48.0
SE 1.850
44.8
CI 41.2 / 48.4
SE 1.853
48.1
CI 43.9 / 52.3
SE 2.154


4-year college degree 44.2
CI 41.8 / 46.6
SE 1.229
48.3
CI 45.8 / 50.9
SE 1.308
49.9
CI 47.3 / 52.5
SE 1.339
52.3
CI 49.8 / 54.9
SE 1.307


Advanced degree 42.2
CI 39.3 / 45.2
SE 1.501
48.3
CI 45.4 / 51.3
SE 1.508
50.4
CI 47.5 / 53.2
SE 1.447
55.3
CI 52.6 / 58.1
SE 1.414


Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









<100 40.0
CI 37.4 / 42.6
SE 1.314
47.3
CI 44.4 / 50.2
SE 1.464
51.1
CI 48.5 / 53.8
SE 1.352
50.7
CI 48.3 / 53.2
SE 1.236


400-599 43.4
CI 40.7 / 46.1
SE 1.387
49.4
CI 46.3 / 52.5
SE 1.599
50.5
CI 47.4 / 53.5
SE 1.545
54.9
CI 51.7 / 58.0
SE 1.633


100-199 39.2
CI 36.4 / 42.1
SE 1.456
45.4
CI 42.5 / 48.3
SE 1.473
49.0
CI 45.8 / 52.3
SE 1.675
52.9
CI 49.6 / 56.1
SE 1.657


600+ 42.8
CI 39.3 / 46.4
SE 1.832
48.5
CI 44.9 / 52.1
SE 1.844
49.8
CI 45.7 / 53.8
SE 2.086
54.4
CI 50.9 / 57.9
SE 1.788


200-399 39.3
CI 37.0 / 41.6
SE 1.173
44.4
CI 41.9 / 46.9
SE 1.286
47.7
CI 45.3 / 50.1
SE 1.208
51.6
CI 48.9 / 54.4
SE 1.418


Country of birth









US 38.4
CI 36.7 / 40.2
SE 0.913
44.2
CI 42.3 / 46.2
SE 0.981
48.0
CI 46.1 / 49.9
SE 0.949
49.3
CI 47.6 / 51.1
SE 0.907


Outside US 42.8
CI 41.1 / 44.6
SE 0.917
49.6
CI 47.6 / 51.6
SE 1.019
51.7
CI 49.7 / 53.7
SE 1.026
56.2
CI 54.1 / 58.4
SE 1.092


Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 31.4
CI 29.0 / 34.0
SE 1.274
42.0
CI 39.4 / 44.7
SE 1.344
45.1
CI 42.3 / 48.0
SE 1.461
47.6
CI 44.8 / 50.5
SE 1.469


Metropolitan 42.1
CI 40.7 / 43.5
SE 0.717
47.5
CI 46.0 / 49.1
SE 0.799
50.6
CI 49.1 / 52.2
SE 0.778
53.0
CI 51.5 / 54.5
SE 0.778


Health insurance status









Insured DNC

47.2
CI 45.8 / 48.6
SE 0.718
50.4
CI 49.0 / 51.8
SE 0.709
52.9
CI 51.5 / 54.2
SE 0.707


   Private DNC

47.2
CI 45.5 / 48.8
SE 0.858
49.7
CI 48.1 / 51.4
SE 0.856
53.4
CI 51.6 / 55.3
SE 0.929


   Public DNC

47.4
CI 44.9 / 49.9
SE 1.257
51.7
CI 49.4 / 54.0
SE 1.184
52.4
CI 50.3 / 54.6
SE 1.097


Uninsured DNC

35.7
CI 29.2 / 42.6
SE 3.435
35.2
CI 28.7 / 42.3
SE 3.486
38.5
CI 31.9 / 45.5
SE 3.501


Footnotes View Footnotes

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

DNC: Data for specific population not collected.

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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Children receiving a birth dose of HepB vaccine within 3 days of birth (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 50.9 (2006-2008)
2020 Target: 85.0
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2006-20081 2007-20092 2008-20103 2009-20114  
Total 50.9
CI 49.6 / 52.3
SE 0.687
57.9
CI 56.5 / 59.2
SE 0.684
61.5
CI 60.2 / 62.8
SE 0.677
65.0
CI 63.7 / 66.3
SE 0.665


Sex









Female 50.8
CI 48.9 / 52.7
SE 0.969
57.2
CI 55.4 / 59.1
SE 0.952
61.4
CI 59.5 / 63.2
SE 0.940
65.0
CI 63.2 / 66.8
SE 0.913


Male 51.0
CI 49.1 / 52.9
SE 0.984
58.6
CI 56.6 / 60.5
SE 0.985
61.7
CI 59.8 / 63.6
SE 0.966
65.0
CI 63.1 / 66.9
SE 0.952


Race/Ethnicity









American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU

DSU

DSU

76.7
CI 69.1 / 83.0
SE 3.551


Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU

DSU

DSU

82.5
CI 72.3 / 89.5
SE 4.347


Not Hispanic or Latino 51.4
CI 49.9 / 52.8
SE 0.741
57.9
CI 56.5 / 59.2
SE 0.701
60.5
CI 59.1 / 61.9
SE 0.712
64.2
CI 62.8 / 65.6
SE 0.714


   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 50.8
CI 49.1 / 52.4
SE 0.839
56.4
CI 54.8 / 58.0
SE 0.806
60.2
CI 58.6 / 61.7
SE 0.806
63.4
CI 61.8 / 65.0
SE 0.814


   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 54.3
CI 50.3 / 58.3
SE 2.057
60.9
CI 57.2 / 64.6
SE 1.883
62.7
CI 59.1 / 66.1
SE 1.780
65.9
CI 62.3 / 69.4
SE 1.834


Black or African American only 54.4
CI 50.6 / 58.2
SE 1.955
60.3
CI 56.7 / 63.8
SE 1.814
63.3
CI 59.9 / 66.5
SE 1.661
65.1
CI 61.5 / 68.5
SE 1.791


Hispanic or Latino 49.8
CI 46.7 / 52.8
SE 1.561
58.0
CI 54.8 / 61.0
SE 1.575
64.0
CI 60.8 / 67.1
SE 1.602
67.3
CI 64.2 / 70.2
SE 1.523


2 or more races 56.8
CI 51.0 / 62.4
SE 2.933
61.6
CI 56.3 / 66.6
SE 2.651
59.9
CI 54.1 / 65.4
SE 2.899
64.8
CI 58.9 / 70.3
SE 2.917


White only 50.4
CI 48.9 / 52.0
SE 0.785
57.0
CI 55.5 / 58.5
SE 0.773
61.4
CI 59.9 / 62.9
SE 0.781
64.7
CI 63.2 / 66.2
SE 0.768


Asian only 42.3
CI 35.5 / 49.4
SE 3.563
55.9
CI 48.4 / 63.2
SE 3.797
57.4
CI 48.4 / 65.8
SE 4.491
63.0
CI 56.1 / 69.4
SE 3.418


Educational attainment (of mother, 25 years and over)









< High school 51.8
CI 47.0 / 56.5
SE 2.439
57.1
CI 52.4 / 61.7
SE 2.390
61.6
CI 56.5 / 66.4
SE 2.531
68.8
CI 64.2 / 73.0
SE 2.264


High school 54.2
CI 50.8 / 57.5
SE 1.716
59.1
CI 55.7 / 62.3
SE 1.683
63.7
CI 60.4 / 66.8
SE 1.634
66.2
CI 62.8 / 69.4
SE 1.678


Associates degree 53.0
CI 48.3 / 57.6
SE 2.392
57.7
CI 53.6 / 61.7
SE 2.069
61.9
CI 57.3 / 66.3
SE 2.298
64.2
CI 59.8 / 68.4
SE 2.191


Advanced degree 45.0
CI 42.1 / 48.1
SE 1.531
49.9
CI 46.9 / 52.9
SE 1.550
57.3
CI 54.4 / 60.1
SE 1.436
58.1
CI 55.2 / 60.9
SE 1.461


4-year college degree 45.0
CI 42.7 / 47.4
SE 1.210
56.4
CI 54.0 / 58.8
SE 1.234
58.4
CI 55.8 / 61.0
SE 1.327
61.5
CI 59.0 / 64.0
SE 1.277


Some college 50.9
CI 47.3 / 54.6
SE 1.868
60.2
CI 56.8 / 63.6
SE 1.732
60.7
CI 57.2 / 64.2
SE 1.790
63.4
CI 59.6 / 67.1
SE 1.913


Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









<100 51.9
CI 47.0 / 56.7
SE 2.473
59.9
CI 57.1 / 62.7
SE 1.445
64.7
CI 61.9 / 67.3
SE 1.374
67.6
CI 65.1 / 70.0
SE 1.242


100-199 51.6
CI 46.6 / 56.6
SE 2.541
60.6
CI 57.7 / 63.4
SE 1.465
61.7
CI 58.6 / 64.7
SE 1.558
68.5
CI 65.4 / 71.4
SE 1.523


200-399 50.1
CI 46.2 / 54.1
SE 2.033
58.0
CI 55.5 / 60.4
SE 1.275
60.4
CI 58.0 / 62.8
SE 1.236
64.2
CI 61.7 / 66.6
SE 1.254


400-599 47.4
CI 42.6 / 52.3
SE 2.476
54.5
CI 51.4 / 57.6
SE 1.592
58.7
CI 55.8 / 61.6
SE 1.495
61.6
CI 58.3 / 64.8
SE 1.661


600+ 49.2
CI 43.6 / 54.8
SE 2.858
49.8
CI 46.0 / 53.7
SE 1.970
56.7
CI 53.1 / 60.3
SE 1.828
54.8
CI 50.8 / 58.8
SE 2.053


Country of birth









Outside US 49.9
CI 46.7 / 53.1
SE 1.655
57.4
CI 55.4 / 59.3
SE 0.994
62.1
CI 60.2 / 64.0
SE 0.971
65.5
CI 63.5 / 67.4
SE 0.983


US 51.7
CI 48.6 / 54.9
SE 1.610
59.2
CI 57.3 / 61.1
SE 0.961
61.8
CI 59.9 / 63.7
SE 0.956
66.0
CI 64.2 / 67.7
SE 0.893


Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 56.3
CI 53.5 / 59.0
SE 1.414
62.9
CI 60.3 / 65.5
SE 1.323
67.0
CI 64.4 / 69.4
SE 1.293
68.8
CI 65.9 / 71.6
SE 1.473


Metropolitan 49.9
CI 48.4 / 51.4
SE 0.772
56.9
CI 55.4 / 58.4
SE 0.754
60.5
CI 58.9 / 61.9
SE 0.768
64.1
CI 62.6 / 65.6
SE 0.753


Health insurance status









Insured DNC

DNC

DNC

64.9
CI 63.2 / 66.5
SE 0.843


   Private DNC

DNC

DNC

62.0
CI 59.9 / 64.0
SE 1.055


   Public DNC

DNC

DNC

68.8
CI 66.0 / 71.5
SE 1.387


Uninsured DNC

DNC

DNC

67.3
CI 59.4 / 74.2
SE 3.798


Footnotes View Footnotes

1Data for children born in 2005 were obtained from data collected in 2006-2008.

2Data for children born in 2006 were obtained from data collected in 2007-2009.

3Data for children born in 2007 were obtained from data collected in 2008-2010.

4Data for children born in 2008 were obtained from data collected in 2009-2011.

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

DNC: Data for specific population not collected.

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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Children receiving 2+ doses of rotavirus vaccine by age 19–35 months (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 43.9 (2009)
2020 Target: 80.0
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2009 2010 2011    
Total 43.9
CI 42.6 / 45.3
SE 0.692
59.2
CI 57.8 / 60.5
SE 0.698
67.3
CI 66.0 / 68.5
SE 0.644




Sex









Female 44.8
CI 43.0 / 46.6
SE 0.941
58.3
CI 56.3 / 60.2
SE 0.981
67.1
CI 65.4 / 68.8
SE 0.875




Male 43.0
CI 41.1 / 45.0
SE 1.003
60.1
CI 58.2 / 62.0
SE 0.962
67.5
CI 65.6 / 69.3
SE 0.942




Race/Ethnicity









White only 45.4
CI 43.8 / 47.0
SE 0.800
60.8
CI 59.2 / 62.4
SE 0.815
68.5
CI 67.0 / 69.9
SE 0.752




Not Hispanic or Latino 44.0
CI 42.7 / 45.4
SE 0.712
58.6
CI 57.2 / 60.1
SE 0.737
66.9
CI 65.6 / 68.3
SE 0.691




   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 38.0
CI 34.5 / 41.7
SE 1.835
52.7
CI 49.0 / 56.3
SE 1.858
62.5
CI 58.9 / 65.9
SE 1.791




   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 46.4
CI 44.8 / 48.0
SE 0.810
60.2
CI 58.5 / 61.8
SE 0.851
68.3
CI 66.7 / 69.8
SE 0.797




Hispanic or Latino 43.7
CI 40.4 / 46.9
SE 1.659
60.5
CI 57.3 / 63.7
SE 1.636
68.3
CI 65.3 / 71.1
SE 1.465




2 or more races 39.0
CI 34.0 / 44.2
SE 2.614
58.2
CI 52.3 / 63.7
SE 2.919
67.4
CI 62.0 / 72.3
SE 2.638




American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU

47.4
CI 38.3 / 56.7
SE 4.738
63.9
CI 55.7 / 71.3
SE 4.026




Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU

DSU

DSU





Asian only 50.7
CI 41.3 / 59.9
SE 4.806
61.7
CI 54.6 / 68.2
SE 3.488
64.1
CI 57.3 / 70.3
SE 3.324




Black or African American only 37.9
CI 34.6 / 41.3
SE 1.724
52.3
CI 48.8 / 55.8
SE 1.806
63.3
CI 60.0 / 66.6
SE 1.679




Educational attainment (of mother, 25 years and over)









< High school 41.1
CI 36.2 / 46.1
SE 2.542
55.6
CI 50.6 / 60.4
SE 2.504
60.6
CI 56.1 / 65.0
SE 2.276




Advanced degree 52.1
CI 49.2 / 55.1
SE 1.510
68.8
CI 66.1 / 71.3
SE 1.325
76.3
CI 73.9 / 78.6
SE 1.194




4-year college degree 52.0
CI 49.5 / 54.6
SE 1.297
66.1
CI 63.6 / 68.6
SE 1.275
73.8
CI 71.5 / 75.9
SE 1.103




Some college 44.5
CI 41.0 / 48.1
SE 1.793
56.3
CI 52.6 / 60.0
SE 1.896
67.0
CI 63.3 / 70.5
SE 1.841




High school 39.5
CI 36.4 / 42.6
SE 1.585
54.6
CI 51.1 / 58.1
SE 1.778
65.1
CI 61.9 / 68.2
SE 1.624




Associates degree 47.3
CI 42.9 / 51.6
SE 2.214
64.0
CI 59.9 / 67.8
SE 2.035
69.9
CI 66.2 / 73.4
SE 1.848




Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









400-599 52.1
CI 49.0 / 55.1
SE 1.561
67.2
CI 64.0 / 70.2
SE 1.603
76.9
CI 74.2 / 79.4
SE 1.312




200-399 46.5
CI 44.0 / 49.0
SE 1.275
60.9
CI 58.5 / 63.2
SE 1.205
70.1
CI 67.5 / 72.6
SE 1.282




<100 37.8
CI 35.1 / 40.7
SE 1.413
51.8
CI 49.1 / 54.5
SE 1.370
61.5
CI 59.1 / 63.8
SE 1.198




100-199 41.4
CI 38.5 / 44.3
SE 1.458
58.4
CI 55.1 / 61.7
SE 1.677
65.4
CI 62.4 / 68.2
SE 1.484




600+ 53.0
CI 49.3 / 56.6
SE 1.859
70.2
CI 66.7 / 73.5
SE 1.719
77.4
CI 74.4 / 80.1
SE 1.442




Country of birth









Outside US 45.7
CI 43.7 / 47.7
SE 1.013
62.2
CI 60.2 / 64.2
SE 1.010
71.2
CI 69.1 / 73.1
SE 1.024




US 42.0
CI 40.2 / 43.9
SE 0.965
56.7
CI 54.8 / 58.5
SE 0.958
64.4
CI 62.8 / 66.1
SE 0.842




Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 35.6
CI 33.1 / 38.1
SE 1.270
51.6
CI 48.6 / 54.5
SE 1.507
62.7
CI 60.0 / 65.4
SE 1.375




Metropolitan 45.6
CI 44.1 / 47.1
SE 0.788
60.7
CI 59.1 / 62.2
SE 0.776
68.1
CI 66.7 / 69.5
SE 0.720




Health insurance status









Insured 44.3
CI 42.9 / 45.7
SE 0.707
60.0
CI 58.6 / 61.4
SE 0.710
68.1
CI 66.8 / 69.3
SE 0.654




   Private 48.0
CI 46.3 / 49.6
SE 0.846
64.3
CI 62.6 / 65.9
SE 0.843
73.0
CI 71.4 / 74.5
SE 0.794




   Public 39.3
CI 36.9 / 41.7
SE 1.216
55.1
CI 52.8 / 57.5
SE 1.194
62.5
CI 60.4 / 64.6
SE 1.066




Uninsured 37.2
CI 30.8 / 44.1
SE 3.401
41.3
CI 34.8 / 48.1
SE 3.427
52.0
CI 45.1 / 58.9
SE 3.552




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.

Children receiving the recommended doses of DTaP, polio, MMR, Hib, hepatitis B, varicella and PCV vaccines by age 19–35 months (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 44.3 (2009)
2020 Target: 80.0
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 20091 2010 2011    
Total 44.3
CI 42.9 / 45.7
SE 0.696
56.6
CI 55.2 / 57.9
SE 0.686
68.5
CI 67.3 / 69.8
SE 0.644




Sex









Male 44.6
CI 42.6 / 46.7
SE 1.023
57.1
CI 55.2 / 58.9
SE 0.957
68.4
CI 66.5 / 70.2
SE 0.931




Female 43.9
CI 42.1 / 45.8
SE 0.943
56.1
CI 54.2 / 58.0
SE 0.972
68.7
CI 66.9 / 70.4
SE 0.886




Race/Ethnicity









Asian only 43.1
CI 34.4 / 52.3
SE 4.594
60.6
CI 53.5 / 67.2
SE 3.503
65.9
CI 58.9 / 72.2
SE 3.391




2 or more races 40.6
CI 35.6 / 45.8
SE 2.615
59.9
CI 54.2 / 65.3
SE 2.838
70.0
CI 64.8 / 74.7
SE 2.547




Not Hispanic or Latino 43.7
CI 42.3 / 45.1
SE 0.715
57.0
CI 55.6 / 58.4
SE 0.721
68.1
CI 66.7 / 69.5
SE 0.706




   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 45.2
CI 43.6 / 46.8
SE 0.822
56.9
CI 55.2 / 58.5
SE 0.824
68.8
CI 67.2 / 70.4
SE 0.813




   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 39.6
CI 36.0 / 43.2
SE 1.829
54.5
CI 50.9 / 58.1
SE 1.843
63.7
CI 60.0 / 67.3
SE 1.865




Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU

DSU

DSU





White only 45.7
CI 44.1 / 47.3
SE 0.810
56.6
CI 55.0 / 58.1
SE 0.802
69.5
CI 68.1 / 71.0
SE 0.742




Hispanic or Latino 45.9
CI 42.6 / 49.2
SE 1.679
55.5
CI 52.3 / 58.6
SE 1.627
69.5
CI 66.7 / 72.2
SE 1.412




American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU

57.1
CI 47.6 / 66.1
SE 4.792
67.5
CI 59.2 / 74.8
SE 4.008




Black or African American only 40.0
CI 36.6 / 43.4
SE 1.726
53.7
CI 50.2 / 57.1
SE 1.773
63.8
CI 60.3 / 67.2
SE 1.755




Educational attainment (of mother, 25 years and over)









Some college 42.6
CI 39.2 / 46.1
SE 1.766
55.8
CI 52.1 / 59.5
SE 1.881
65.8
CI 61.8 / 69.5
SE 1.962




Associates degree 46.9
CI 42.7 / 51.2
SE 2.167
56.4
CI 51.8 / 60.8
SE 2.290
69.8
CI 65.7 / 73.6
SE 2.032




4-year college degree 50.7
CI 48.2 / 53.2
SE 1.273
60.8
CI 58.3 / 63.3
SE 1.284
72.3
CI 69.8 / 74.6
SE 1.234




< High school 41.5
CI 36.7 / 46.5
SE 2.520
54.2
CI 49.3 / 58.9
SE 2.471
65.3
CI 61.1 / 69.4
SE 2.115




Advanced degree 47.0
CI 44.1 / 50.0
SE 1.517
62.7
CI 59.9 / 65.4
SE 1.413
75.0
CI 72.5 / 77.3
SE 1.237




High school 43.1
CI 39.9 / 46.3
SE 1.643
53.6
CI 50.2 / 57.0
SE 1.723
68.4
CI 65.2 / 71.4
SE 1.604




Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









600+ 50.9
CI 47.2 / 54.5
SE 1.859
64.9
CI 61.0 / 68.6
SE 1.929
75.0
CI 71.8 / 78.0
SE 1.582




100-199 43.1
CI 40.2 / 46.0
SE 1.474
54.1
CI 50.9 / 57.3
SE 1.644
66.9
CI 63.9 / 69.8
SE 1.502




400-599 47.8
CI 44.7 / 51.0
SE 1.608
62.5
CI 59.5 / 65.4
SE 1.491
74.5
CI 71.5 / 77.4
SE 1.503




<100 41.9
CI 39.1 / 44.8
SE 1.452
52.5
CI 49.8 / 55.1
SE 1.353
63.9
CI 61.6 / 66.2
SE 1.180




200-399 44.0
CI 41.6 / 46.5
SE 1.246
57.6
CI 55.2 / 59.9
SE 1.202
72.4
CI 69.8 / 74.7
SE 1.250




Country of birth









Outside US 46.3
CI 44.4 / 48.4
SE 1.020
58.8
CI 56.8 / 60.8
SE 1.022
72.5
CI 70.5 / 74.4
SE 1.008




US 42.5
CI 40.6 / 44.4
SE 0.973
54.0
CI 52.2 / 55.9
SE 0.950
65.5
CI 63.8 / 67.2
SE 0.846




Geographic location









Metropolitan 44.7
CI 43.1 / 46.2
SE 0.790
56.9
CI 55.4 / 58.4
SE 0.766
68.7
CI 67.2 / 70.2
SE 0.756




Non-metropolitan 42.4
CI 39.7 / 45.1
SE 1.364
55.2
CI 52.2 / 58.1
SE 1.505
68.0
CI 65.1 / 70.8
SE 1.453




Health insurance status









Insured 44.7
CI 43.3 / 46.1
SE 0.710
57.3
CI 55.9 / 58.7
SE 0.698
69.6
CI 68.4 / 70.9
SE 0.646




   Public 42.4
CI 40.0 / 44.8
SE 1.248
53.6
CI 51.2 / 55.9
SE 1.186
66.7
CI 64.6 / 68.7
SE 1.040




   Private 46.4
CI 44.8 / 48.1
SE 0.845
60.5
CI 58.9 / 62.1
SE 0.820
72.3
CI 70.7 / 73.9
SE 0.809




Uninsured 36.6
CI 30.4 / 43.3
SE 3.312
41.0
CI 34.2 / 48.1
SE 3.575
46.1
CI 39.2 / 53.2
SE 3.581




Footnotes View Footnotes

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.

Children receiving 0 doses of recommended vaccines by age 19–35 months (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 0.6 (2008)
2020 Target: Not applicable
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2008 2009 2010 2011  
Total 0.6
CI 0.5 / 0.8
SE 0.082
0.6
CI 0.4 / 0.7
SE 0.063
0.7
CI 0.5 / 0.9
SE 0.109
0.8
CI 0.6 / 1.0
SE 0.108


Sex









Female 0.6
CI 0.4 / 0.8
SE 0.108
0.6
CI 0.4 / 0.8
SE 0.093
0.5
CI 0.3 / 0.9
SE 0.140
0.7
CI 0.5 / 0.9
SE 0.110


Male 0.7
CI 0.5 / 1.0
SE 0.125
0.5
CI 0.4 / 0.7
SE 0.086
0.8
CI 0.5 / 1.2
SE 0.170
0.9
CI 0.6 / 1.4
SE 0.189


Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 0.8
CI 0.6 / 1.0
SE 0.105
0.6
CI 0.5 / 0.8
SE 0.074
0.8
CI 0.6 / 1.0
SE 0.120
1.0
CI 0.7 / 1.3
SE 0.139


   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 0.9
CI 0.7 / 1.2
SE 0.136
0.8
CI 0.6 / 1.0
SE 0.099
1.0
CI 0.7 / 1.4
SE 0.172
1.2
CI 0.9 / 1.6
SE 0.175


Hispanic or Latino DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



White only 0.7
CI 0.6 / 1.0
SE 0.102
0.6
CI 0.5 / 0.8
SE 0.082
0.8
CI 0.6 / 1.2
SE 0.150
0.9
CI 0.7 / 1.2
SE 0.126


Black or African American only DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



Asian only DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



2 or more races DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



Educational attainment (of mother, 25 years and over)









< High school DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



Some college DSU

0.5
CI 0.3 / 0.9
SE 0.144
0.5
CI 0.3 / 0.8
SE 0.134
1.0
CI 0.6 / 1.8
SE 0.284


Associates degree DSU

0.8
CI 0.4 / 1.4
SE 0.227
DSU

DSU



4-year college degree 0.6
CI 0.4 / 1.0
SE 0.134
0.5
CI 0.3 / 0.7
SE 0.100
0.6
CI 0.4 / 0.8
SE 0.110
0.8
CI 0.6 / 1.2
SE 0.154


High school 0.8
CI 0.4 / 1.4
SE 0.223
0.6
CI 0.4 / 1.0
SE 0.152
DSU

0.8
CI 0.5 / 1.4
SE 0.238


Advanced degree DSU

0.6
CI 0.3 / 1.0
SE 0.165
DSU

DSU



Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









100-199 0.9
CI 0.6 / 1.5
SE 0.220
0.9
CI 0.6 / 1.3
SE 0.174
0.8
CI 0.5 / 1.2
SE 0.159
1.6
CI 1.1 / 2.6
SE 0.374


600+ DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



<100 0.5
CI 0.3 / 0.8
SE 0.129
0.5
CI 0.3 / 0.8
SE 0.125
DSU

DSU



400-599 DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



200-399 0.7
CI 0.4 / 1.1
SE 0.161
0.5
CI 0.4 / 0.8
SE 0.114
DSU

0.6
CI 0.4 / 0.9
SE 0.119


Country of birth









Outside US 0.6
CI 0.4 / 0.8
SE 0.116
0.4
CI 0.3 / 0.6
SE 0.072
0.6
CI 0.3 / 1.0
SE 0.162
0.7
CI 0.5 / 1.2
SE 0.165


US 0.7
CI 0.5 / 1.0
SE 0.121
0.7
CI 0.6 / 1.0
SE 0.103
0.8
CI 0.5 / 1.2
SE 0.156
0.8
CI 0.6 / 1.1
SE 0.127


Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 1.1
CI 0.7 / 1.8
SE 0.272
0.9
CI 0.6 / 1.3
SE 0.172
1.4
CI 1.0 / 2.1
SE 0.280
1.0
CI 0.6 / 1.6
SE 0.236


Metropolitan 0.5
CI 0.4 / 0.7
SE 0.083
0.5
CI 0.4 / 0.6
SE 0.068
0.5
CI 0.3 / 0.8
SE 0.119
0.6
CI 0.5 / 0.8
SE 0.096


Health insurance status









Insured DNC

0.4
CI 0.3 / 0.5
SE 0.051
0.4
CI 0.3 / 0.6
SE 0.081
0.6
CI 0.4 / 0.8
SE 0.088


   Public DNC

0.3
CI 0.2 / 0.5
SE 0.063
0.3
CI 0.2 / 0.5
SE 0.076
0.4
CI 0.3 / 0.7
SE 0.111


   Private DNC

0.5
CI 0.4 / 0.7
SE 0.076
0.5
CI 0.3 / 0.8
SE 0.131
0.7
CI 0.5 / 1.0
SE 0.135


Uninsured DNC

2.8
CI 1.6 / 4.8
SE 0.769
6.5
CI 3.8 / 10.8
SE 1.712
5.4
CI 3.2 / 9.0
SE 1.430


Footnotes View Footnotes

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

DNC: Data for specific population not collected.

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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Children in kindergarten who received 4+ doses of DTaP vaccine (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 97.2 (2009-2010)
2020 Target: 95.0
Desired Direction:

Children in kindergarten who received 4+ doses of DTaP vaccine (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 97.2 (2009-2010)
2020 Target: 95.0
Desired Direction: Maintain baseline
Populations 2009-2010 2011-2012      
Total 97.2

95.2







Footnotes View Footnotes

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

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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Children in kindergarten who received 2+ doses of MMR vaccine (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 95.0 (2009-2010)
2020 Target: 95.0
Desired Direction: Maintain baseline
Populations 2009-2010 2011-2012      
Total 95.0

94.8







Footnotes View Footnotes

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

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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Children in kindergarten who received 3+ doses of polio vaccine (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 96.2 (2009-2010)
2020 Target: 95.0
Desired Direction: Maintain baseline
Populations 2009-2010 2011-2012      
Total 96.2

95.9







Footnotes View Footnotes

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

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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Children in kindergarten who received 3+ doses of HepB vaccine (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 97.0 (2009-2010)
2020 Target: 95.0
Desired Direction: Maintain baseline
Populations 2009-2010 2011-2012      
Total 97.0

96.6







Footnotes View Footnotes

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

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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Children in kindergarten who received 2+ doses of varicella vaccine (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 91.3 (2009-2010)
2020 Target: 95.0
Desired Direction: Maintain baseline
Populations 2009-2010 2011-2012      
Total 91.3

93.2







Footnotes View Footnotes

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

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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adolescents receiving 1+ doses of Tdap booster vaccine by age 13–15 years (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 46.7 (2008)
2020 Target: 80.0
Desired Direction:

Adolescents receiving 1+ doses of Tdap booster vaccine by age 13–15 years (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 46.7 (2008)
2020 Target: 80.0
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008 2009 2010 2011  
Total 46.7
CI 44.8 / 48.6
SE 0.966
62.2
CI 60.6 / 63.7
SE 0.795
74.2
CI 72.8 / 75.6
SE 0.703
80.5
CI 79.2 / 81.6
SE 0.603


Sex









Male 47.0
CI 44.4 / 49.7
SE 1.360
60.9
CI 58.7 / 63.1
SE 1.125
74.7
CI 72.9 / 76.5
SE 0.929
80.8
CI 79.1 / 82.4
SE 0.833


Female 46.4
CI 43.7 / 49.1
SE 1.376
63.5
CI 61.3 / 65.7
SE 1.125
73.7
CI 71.5 / 75.7
SE 1.064
80.1
CI 78.3 / 81.8
SE 0.878


Race/Ethnicity









Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU

72.5
CI 53.5 / 85.8
SE 8.450
63.8
CI 41.7 / 81.3
SE 10.637
76.9
CI 55.6 / 89.9
SE 8.879


Hispanic or Latino 48.5
CI 42.9 / 54.2
SE 2.893
63.1
CI 58.4 / 67.7
SE 2.373
74.2
CI 69.9 / 78.1
SE 2.077
80.6
CI 77.2 / 83.7
SE 1.651


Asian only 43.2
CI 29.6 / 57.9
SE 7.420
75.2
CI 67.2 / 81.8
SE 3.737
82.3
CI 74.6 / 88.1
SE 3.437
83.4
CI 76.5 / 88.6
SE 3.068


Not Hispanic or Latino ---

---

---

---



   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 42.4
CI 37.6 / 47.4
SE 2.485
58.6
CI 54.3 / 62.8
SE 2.173
72.9
CI 68.9 / 76.5
SE 1.926
76.7
CI 73.1 / 80.1
SE 1.784


   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 47.4
CI 45.4 / 49.5
SE 1.065
62.3
CI 60.6 / 64.0
SE 0.876
74.2
CI 72.6 / 75.8
SE 0.803
81.3
CI 79.9 / 82.7
SE 0.696


2 or more races 40.2
CI 30.8 / 50.4
SE 5.045
57.4
CI 48.8 / 65.6
SE 4.328
74.5
CI 68.3 / 79.8
SE 2.920
77.5
CI 71.0 / 83.0
SE 3.059


White only 48.0
CI 45.8 / 50.1
SE 1.097
62.3
CI 60.5 / 64.0
SE 0.899
74.3
CI 72.7 / 75.8
SE 0.809
81.2
CI 79.8 / 82.5
SE 0.680


American Indian or Alaska Native only 44.3
CI 30.9 / 58.5
SE 7.232
60.2
CI 45.7 / 73.0
SE 7.134
80.8
CI 70.4 / 88.2
SE 4.506
75.5
CI 62.6 / 85.1
SE 5.778


Black or African American only 43.3
CI 38.7 / 48.0
SE 2.388
59.8
CI 55.5 / 63.9
SE 2.127
72.1
CI 68.3 / 75.7
SE 1.902
77.8
CI 74.4 / 81.0
SE 1.676


Educational attainment (of mother, 25 years and over)









Associates degree 47.1
CI 42.5 / 51.7
SE 2.359
56.5
CI 52.4 / 60.6
SE 2.097
74.5
CI 70.8 / 77.9
SE 1.815
79.6
CI 76.2 / 82.6
SE 1.647


< High school 43.2
CI 37.2 / 49.5
SE 3.150
60.1
CI 55.0 / 65.0
SE 2.573
68.2
CI 62.9 / 73.1
SE 2.616
79.4
CI 75.4 / 82.9
SE 1.915


Advanced degree 55.8
CI 51.2 / 60.3
SE 2.336
69.8
CI 66.0 / 73.3
SE 1.850
81.3
CI 78.2 / 84.0
SE 1.458
83.3
CI 80.7 / 85.6
SE 1.241


4-year college degree 50.9
CI 47.0 / 54.7
SE 1.959
69.3
CI 66.5 / 72.0
SE 1.400
79.1
CI 76.5 / 81.4
SE 1.229
84.2
CI 81.8 / 86.3
SE 1.140


Some college 46.8
CI 42.4 / 51.1
SE 2.219
59.9
CI 55.7 / 63.9
SE 2.082
73.4
CI 70.0 / 76.6
SE 1.667
80.2
CI 77.0 / 83.0
SE 1.516


High school 41.8
CI 37.7 / 45.9
SE 2.082
57.8
CI 54.3 / 61.2
SE 1.757
69.3
CI 66.2 / 72.3
SE 1.552
77.1
CI 74.2 / 79.8
SE 1.440


Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









<100 42.4
CI 37.3 / 47.6
SE 2.641
57.8
CI 53.4 / 62.1
SE 2.216
68.2
CI 64.1 / 72.0
SE 2.006
75.5
CI 72.3 / 78.5
SE 1.564


200-399 45.7
CI 42.7 / 48.8
SE 1.550
64.0
CI 61.5 / 66.5
SE 1.293
73.9
CI 71.5 / 76.1
SE 1.176
80.7
CI 78.5 / 82.7
SE 1.065


400-599 53.0
CI 49.5 / 56.4
SE 1.772
66.2
CI 62.8 / 69.4
SE 1.679
78.5
CI 75.7 / 81.0
SE 1.335
84.8
CI 82.7 / 86.7
SE 1.035


100-199 41.1
CI 36.6 / 45.8
SE 2.351
57.1
CI 53.3 / 60.7
SE 1.897
73.0
CI 69.7 / 75.9
SE 1.584
79.2
CI 76.4 / 81.6
SE 1.326


600+ 56.0
CI 50.3 / 61.5
SE 2.873
66.5
CI 62.3 / 70.4
SE 2.048
81.3
CI 77.9 / 84.3
SE 1.624
87.3
CI 83.6 / 90.2
SE 1.667


Country of birth









US 46.8
CI 44.9 / 48.7
SE 0.986
62.4
CI 60.8 / 64.0
SE 0.797
74.2
CI 72.7 / 75.5
SE 0.719
81.1
CI 79.9 / 82.2
SE 0.586


Outside US 45.3
CI 35.9 / 55.0
SE 4.933
58.6
CI 48.8 / 67.9
SE 4.923
74.5
CI 67.0 / 80.9
SE 3.561
69.7
CI 60.5 / 77.5
SE 4.366


Geographic location









Metropolitan 48.0
CI 45.9 / 50.2
SE 1.099
64.2
CI 62.4 / 65.9
SE 0.892
75.7
CI 74.1 / 77.2
SE 0.795
82.1
CI 80.7 / 83.4
SE 0.683


Non-metropolitan 39.9
CI 36.4 / 43.5
SE 1.821
51.3
CI 48.2 / 54.3
SE 1.567
66.4
CI 63.6 / 69.0
SE 1.386
74.8
CI 72.0 / 77.4
SE 1.370


Footnotes View Footnotes

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

---: Data are not available.

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

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

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

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Adolescents receiving 2+ doses of varicella vaccine by age 13–15 years (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 36.7 (2008)
2020 Target: 90.0
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008 2009 2010 2011  
Total 36.7
CI 34.1 / 39.5
SE 1.368
51.5
CI 49.3 / 53.8
SE 1.159
62.4
CI 60.5 / 64.3
SE 0.960
71.8
CI 70.1 / 73.4
SE 0.828


Sex









Female 36.0
CI 32.4 / 39.8
SE 1.882
51.9
CI 48.6 / 55.1
SE 1.650
62.7
CI 60.0 / 65.3
SE 1.342
68.9
CI 66.3 / 71.4
SE 1.293


Male 37.4
CI 33.6 / 41.4
SE 1.980
51.2
CI 48.0 / 54.4
SE 1.636
62.1
CI 59.4 / 64.8
SE 1.376
74.5
CI 72.5 / 76.5
SE 1.023


Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino 42.5
CI 34.7 / 50.7
SE 4.129
53.6
CI 46.8 / 60.2
SE 3.452
63.2
CI 57.8 / 68.3
SE 2.689
76.4
CI 72.0 / 80.4
SE 2.131


American Indian or Alaska Native only 35.5
CI 18.1 / 57.8
SE 10.650
41.6
CI 24.8 / 60.6
SE 9.529
71.1
CI 53.4 / 84.1
SE 8.020
78.3
CI 64.3 / 87.8
SE 6.032


White only 37.5
CI 34.5 / 40.7
SE 1.594
51.6
CI 49.0 / 54.3
SE 1.345
62.6
CI 60.5 / 64.7
SE 1.076
72.0
CI 70.1 / 73.8
SE 0.934


Black or African American only 33.7
CI 27.5 / 40.5
SE 3.331
46.6
CI 41.2 / 52.1
SE 2.784
58.7
CI 53.3 / 63.9
SE 2.721
68.1
CI 63.6 / 72.3
SE 2.239


Not Hispanic or Latino ---

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   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 34.7
CI 32.0 / 37.5
SE 1.402
51.2
CI 48.7 / 53.7
SE 1.287
62.0
CI 59.9 / 64.1
SE 1.084
70.5
CI 68.6 / 72.4
SE 0.985


   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 32.9
CI 26.5 / 40.1
SE 3.468
45.5
CI 40.0 / 51.2
SE 2.857
59.6
CI 54.0 / 65.0
SE 2.808
67.5
CI 62.9 / 71.9
SE 2.308


2 or more races 35.7
CI 25.5 / 47.5
SE 5.708
57.3
CI 46.4 / 67.6
SE 5.493
60.4
CI 50.9 / 69.1
SE 4.679
74.5
CI 67.3 / 80.6
SE 3.388


Asian only 29.8
CI 16.8 / 47.2
SE 7.921
68.4
CI 55.6 / 78.9
SE 6.026
74.7
CI 64.6 / 82.7
SE 4.646
78.3
CI 64.9 / 87.6
SE 5.807


Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only 64.2
CI 30.6 / 88.0
SE 16.470
57.5
CI 36.4 / 76.1
SE 10.705
67.3
CI 43.9 / 84.5
SE 10.885
66.9
CI 45.8 / 82.9
SE 9.863


Educational attainment (of mother, 25 years and over)









< High school 38.2
CI 29.6 / 47.5
SE 4.612
48.2
CI 40.6 / 55.9
SE 3.931
59.3
CI 52.9 / 65.5
SE 3.235
71.4
CI 66.3 / 76.1
SE 2.521


Associates degree 34.0
CI 28.0 / 40.5
SE 3.205
48.0
CI 42.3 / 53.8
SE 2.940
62.5
CI 57.2 / 67.5
SE 2.645
68.1
CI 63.7 / 72.3
SE 2.214


Some college 36.7
CI 30.2 / 43.7
SE 3.446
40.4
CI 35.4 / 45.7
SE 2.622
54.3
CI 49.1 / 59.4
SE 2.642
68.6
CI 64.3 / 72.7
SE 2.158


High school 30.0
CI 24.9 / 35.6
SE 2.732
50.2
CI 45.2 / 55.2
SE 2.566
59.3
CI 55.1 / 63.4
SE 2.097
69.5
CI 65.7 / 73.1
SE 1.904


Advanced degree 44.7
CI 38.8 / 50.7
SE 3.061
65.4
CI 60.4 / 70.0
SE 2.458
71.0
CI 66.7 / 74.9
SE 2.088
76.7
CI 73.1 / 79.9
SE 1.730


4-year college degree 39.5
CI 34.0 / 45.4
SE 2.912
55.5
CI 51.3 / 59.7
SE 2.169
66.3
CI 62.7 / 69.8
SE 1.813
75.7
CI 71.9 / 79.1
SE 1.843


Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









200-399 37.2
CI 32.9 / 41.8
SE 2.265
50.4
CI 46.6 / 54.3
SE 1.977
59.9
CI 56.3 / 63.3
SE 1.776
71.1
CI 68.2 / 73.8
SE 1.454


<100 37.7
CI 30.3 / 45.6
SE 3.935
50.5
CI 44.1 / 56.9
SE 3.272
59.6
CI 54.6 / 64.4
SE 2.505
70.1
CI 66.2 / 73.7
SE 1.917


100-199 31.7
CI 26.0 / 38.1
SE 3.094
43.5
CI 38.3 / 48.9
SE 2.715
56.7
CI 52.0 / 61.3
SE 2.359
68.0
CI 63.6 / 72.1
SE 2.175


400-599 39.0
CI 34.7 / 43.5
SE 2.256
57.5
CI 53.0 / 61.9
SE 2.282
69.6
CI 66.0 / 73.0
SE 1.792
76.2
CI 73.0 / 79.2
SE 1.585


600+ 36.8
CI 29.9 / 44.3
SE 3.684
59.1
CI 53.1 / 64.9
SE 3.032
70.2
CI 65.4 / 74.7
SE 2.366
76.6
CI 71.8 / 80.8
SE 2.303


Country of birth









US 36.4
CI 33.7 / 39.2
SE 1.399
51.6
CI 49.3 / 53.8
SE 1.163
62.4
CI 60.4 / 64.2
SE 0.977
72.1
CI 70.5 / 73.6
SE 0.810


Outside US 42.2
CI 30.0 / 55.5
SE 6.670
50.4
CI 36.2 / 64.5
SE 7.407
63.6
CI 52.4 / 73.5
SE 5.460
66.6
CI 53.6 / 77.5
SE 6.198


Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 19.3
CI 15.9 / 23.2
SE 1.854
34.9
CI 30.8 / 39.1
SE 2.126
49.2
CI 45.3 / 53.1
SE 1.992
64.1
CI 60.4 / 67.7
SE 1.866


Metropolitan 39.5
CI 36.6 / 42.6
SE 1.542
53.9
CI 51.3 / 56.4
SE 1.279
64.5
CI 62.4 / 66.6
SE 1.064
72.9
CI 71.0 / 74.8
SE 0.955


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.

Adolescents receiving 1+ doses of meningococcal vaccine by age 13–15 years (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 43.9 (2008)
2020 Target: 80.0
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008 2009 2010 2011  
Total 43.9
CI 42.0 / 45.7
SE 0.956
54.8
CI 53.2 / 56.4
SE 0.820
64.8
CI 63.2 / 66.2
SE 0.765
71.5
CI 70.1 / 72.8
SE 0.679


Sex









Male 42.4
CI 39.8 / 45.0
SE 1.334
54.5
CI 52.2 / 56.7
SE 1.142
64.2
CI 62.1 / 66.2
SE 1.056
72.6
CI 70.8 / 74.3
SE 0.892


Female 45.4
CI 42.7 / 48.1
SE 1.371
55.2
CI 52.9 / 57.5
SE 1.184
65.4
CI 63.2 / 67.5
SE 1.115
70.3
CI 68.2 / 72.2
SE 1.030


Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino 50.6
CI 45.0 / 56.2
SE 2.880
58.5
CI 53.6 / 63.2
SE 2.450
68.2
CI 63.8 / 72.4
SE 2.187
76.6
CI 73.0 / 79.9
SE 1.758


White only 43.1
CI 41.0 / 45.3
SE 1.079
54.9
CI 53.1 / 56.7
SE 0.920
64.4
CI 62.7 / 66.1
SE 0.862
71.4
CI 69.9 / 72.9
SE 0.761


American Indian or Alaska Native only 51.8
CI 38.0 / 65.2
SE 7.113
45.1
CI 31.9 / 58.9
SE 7.067
53.7
CI 38.1 / 68.7
SE 8.073
76.2
CI 65.6 / 84.3
SE 4.795


Asian only 44.3
CI 30.8 / 58.7
SE 7.311
68.3
CI 58.4 / 76.8
SE 4.727
77.5
CI 68.7 / 84.4
SE 3.994
73.9
CI 63.6 / 82.2
SE 4.766


Not Hispanic or Latino ---

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   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 40.7
CI 38.7 / 42.7
SE 1.009
53.4
CI 51.6 / 55.1
SE 0.904
63.0
CI 61.3 / 64.7
SE 0.871
69.9
CI 68.4 / 71.5
SE 0.796


   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 46.7
CI 41.8 / 51.6
SE 2.524
53.4
CI 49.1 / 57.7
SE 2.203
65.5
CI 61.1 / 69.7
SE 2.187
71.0
CI 67.0 / 74.7
SE 1.954


Black or African American only 46.8
CI 42.1 / 51.5
SE 2.419
53.6
CI 49.2 / 57.8
SE 2.204
65.7
CI 61.4 / 69.7
SE 2.118
71.7
CI 67.9 / 75.3
SE 1.890


Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only 54.6
CI 30.6 / 76.6
SE 12.685
66.5
CI 46.2 / 82.1
SE 9.512
66.2
CI 42.5 / 83.9
SE 11.128
70.2
CI 49.1 / 85.2
SE 9.526


2 or more races 41.2
CI 31.6 / 51.6
SE 5.168
48.3
CI 40.0 / 56.8
SE 4.324
59.9
CI 52.8 / 66.7
SE 3.585
68.1
CI 61.7 / 73.9
SE 3.119


Educational attainment (of mother, 25 years and over)









Advanced degree 54.8
CI 50.2 / 59.3
SE 2.345
66.6
CI 62.9 / 70.1
SE 1.851
74.4
CI 71.1 / 77.5
SE 1.629
76.6
CI 73.7 / 79.2
SE 1.395


4-year college degree 46.5
CI 42.7 / 50.3
SE 1.939
58.8
CI 55.8 / 61.8
SE 1.527
69.4
CI 66.5 / 72.2
SE 1.458
74.2
CI 71.4 / 76.8
SE 1.395


Associates degree 44.1
CI 39.6 / 48.7
SE 2.320
52.4
CI 48.3 / 56.4
SE 2.076
61.5
CI 57.2 / 65.7
SE 2.162
68.2
CI 64.4 / 71.8
SE 1.877


High school 38.0
CI 34.1 / 42.1
SE 2.036
48.8
CI 45.3 / 52.3
SE 1.806
60.9
CI 57.6 / 64.1
SE 1.647
68.5
CI 65.3 / 71.5
SE 1.588


Some college 42.0
CI 37.8 / 46.4
SE 2.190
52.5
CI 48.5 / 56.6
SE 2.081
60.0
CI 56.2 / 63.6
SE 1.893
70.0
CI 66.5 / 73.2
SE 1.714


< High school 41.8
CI 35.9 / 47.9
SE 3.082
53.6
CI 48.3 / 58.9
SE 2.719
62.7
CI 57.5 / 67.7
SE 2.609
71.9
CI 67.6 / 75.7
SE 2.067


Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









<100 44.8
CI 39.8 / 50.0
SE 2.617
52.6
CI 48.2 / 57.0
SE 2.266
62.9
CI 58.8 / 66.8
SE 2.032
69.0
CI 65.7 / 72.2
SE 1.646


600+ 54.0
CI 48.3 / 59.5
SE 2.868
62.9
CI 58.6 / 67.0
SE 2.142
73.0
CI 69.2 / 76.4
SE 1.840
75.4
CI 71.5 / 78.9
SE 1.875


200-399 41.4
CI 38.4 / 44.4
SE 1.544
51.9
CI 49.2 / 54.7
SE 1.416
62.9
CI 60.3 / 65.5
SE 1.336
69.1
CI 66.6 / 71.5
SE 1.242


400-599 47.7
CI 44.2 / 51.2
SE 1.793
60.5
CI 57.1 / 63.7
SE 1.694
69.4
CI 66.4 / 72.3
SE 1.521
77.4
CI 75.0 / 79.6
SE 1.178


100-199 36.5
CI 32.3 / 40.9
SE 2.204
50.9
CI 47.1 / 54.6
SE 1.898
60.2
CI 56.6 / 63.7
SE 1.814
71.1
CI 67.8 / 74.1
SE 1.609


Country of birth









Outside US 49.1
CI 39.6 / 58.7
SE 4.954
55.6
CI 46.0 / 64.9
SE 4.880
67.5
CI 58.7 / 75.3
SE 4.262
70.0
CI 60.2 / 78.2
SE 4.621


US 43.6
CI 41.7 / 45.5
SE 0.974
54.9
CI 53.2 / 56.5
SE 0.827
64.6
CI 63.1 / 66.1
SE 0.777
71.6
CI 70.2 / 72.9
SE 0.672


Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 27.1
CI 24.2 / 30.2
SE 1.529
36.6
CI 33.6 / 39.7
SE 1.538
48.1
CI 45.1 / 51.0
SE 1.506
58.0
CI 54.9 / 61.0
SE 1.558


Metropolitan 47.1
CI 44.9 / 49.2
SE 1.095
58.2
CI 56.4 / 60.0
SE 0.927
67.9
CI 66.2 / 69.5
SE 0.857
73.8
CI 72.2 / 75.3
SE 0.788


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.

Female adolescents receiving 3+ doses of HPV vaccine by age 13–15 years (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 16.6 (2008)
2020 Target: 80.0
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008 2009 2010 2011  
Total 16.6
CI 14.9 / 18.4
SE 0.908
22.9
CI 21.2 / 24.7
SE 0.898
28.6
CI 26.6 / 30.7
SE 1.054
30.0
CI 28.0 / 32.1
SE 1.051


Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino 13.9
CI 10.3 / 18.6
SE 2.108
20.1
CI 16.0 / 24.9
SE 2.264
26.7
CI 21.4 / 32.7
SE 2.885
37.3
CI 31.8 / 43.2
SE 2.912


2 or more races DSU

21.0
CI 13.4 / 31.4
SE 4.603
33.2
CI 24.7 / 42.8
SE 4.661
34.5
CI 25.9 / 44.2
SE 4.730


Not Hispanic or Latino ---

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   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 13.6
CI 9.6 / 19.0
SE 2.380
20.2
CI 15.3 / 26.1
SE 2.736
28.2
CI 22.3 / 35.0
SE 3.262
27.4
CI 22.2 / 33.2
SE 2.812


   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 17.7
CI 15.7 / 20.0
SE 1.100
24.7
CI 22.7 / 26.9
SE 1.062
28.3
CI 26.1 / 30.6
SE 1.143
27.5
CI 25.4 / 29.8
SE 1.136


Asian only DSU

24.3
CI 15.1 / 36.7
SE 5.547
36.5
CI 21.6 / 54.6
SE 8.723
31.8
CI 19.1 / 47.8
SE 7.490


White only 16.6
CI 14.7 / 18.6
SE 0.989
23.3
CI 21.5 / 25.3
SE 0.989
28.2
CI 26.0 / 30.4
SE 1.137
30.1
CI 27.8 / 32.5
SE 1.188


Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



Black or African American only 14.9
CI 10.7 / 20.4
SE 2.446
21.1
CI 16.4 / 26.7
SE 2.628
28.0
CI 22.3 / 34.4
SE 3.105
28.2
CI 23.2 / 33.9
SE 2.741


American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU

DSU

DSU

32.0
CI 19.5 / 47.8
SE 7.395


Educational attainment (of mother, 25 years and over)









Some college 14.6
CI 10.7 / 19.6
SE 2.274
20.5
CI 16.5 / 25.1
SE 2.184
28.9
CI 24.1 / 34.1
SE 2.566
30.5
CI 25.7 / 35.7
SE 2.564


< High school 11.6
CI 7.7 / 17.1
SE 2.381
18.4
CI 13.6 / 24.4
SE 2.735
26.0
CI 20.3 / 32.6
SE 3.147
37.1
CI 30.9 / 43.7
SE 3.272


High school 15.6
CI 12.4 / 19.5
SE 1.811
21.1
CI 17.5 / 25.2
SE 1.977
24.4
CI 20.7 / 28.6
SE 2.020
27.9
CI 23.6 / 32.7
SE 2.318


4-year college degree 20.8
CI 16.8 / 25.5
SE 2.210
23.2
CI 20.2 / 26.4
SE 1.596
27.8
CI 24.2 / 31.8
SE 1.946
29.2
CI 24.7 / 34.0
SE 2.377


Associates degree 15.3
CI 11.7 / 19.8
SE 2.059
27.9
CI 22.9 / 33.6
SE 2.728
33.3
CI 27.3 / 40.0
SE 3.262
29.0
CI 24.1 / 34.4
SE 2.633


Advanced degree 20.2
CI 16.0 / 25.1
SE 2.331
28.8
CI 24.3 / 33.7
SE 2.396
34.7
CI 29.8 / 40.1
SE 2.627
28.6
CI 24.6 / 32.9
SE 2.107


Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









100-199 13.0
CI 9.7 / 17.3
SE 1.916
20.4
CI 16.5 / 25.0
SE 2.166
31.3
CI 26.2 / 36.8
SE 2.700
30.2
CI 25.2 / 35.7
SE 2.685


200-399 15.7
CI 13.0 / 18.9
SE 1.503
19.9
CI 17.4 / 22.7
SE 1.368
25.0
CI 22.1 / 28.2
SE 1.563
25.3
CI 22.2 / 28.7
SE 1.664


600+ 21.0
CI 15.5 / 27.9
SE 3.175
30.6
CI 25.4 / 36.3
SE 2.781
39.2
CI 33.7 / 45.0
SE 2.887
33.6
CI 27.8 / 39.9
SE 3.089


<100 12.3
CI 9.0 / 16.6
SE 1.924
23.5
CI 18.8 / 29.0
SE 2.589
26.9
CI 22.2 / 32.1
SE 2.535
34.1
CI 29.5 / 39.1
SE 2.445


400-599 22.9
CI 18.9 / 27.5
SE 2.201
24.4
CI 20.9 / 28.2
SE 1.869
27.7
CI 23.5 / 32.4
SE 2.270
29.3
CI 25.6 / 33.2
SE 1.924


Country of birth









Outside US DSU

20.5
CI 12.9 / 31.2
SE 4.668
29.6
CI 19.1 / 42.8
SE 6.131
38.5
CI 25.1 / 54.0
SE 7.555


US 16.8
CI 15.1 / 18.7
SE 0.933
23.1
CI 21.4 / 25.0
SE 0.915
28.6
CI 26.6 / 30.7
SE 1.068
29.6
CI 27.7 / 31.6
SE 1.014


Geographic location









Metropolitan 17.5
CI 15.5 / 19.6
SE 1.055
23.3
CI 21.3 / 25.3
SE 1.017
28.9
CI 26.6 / 31.3
SE 1.194
31.8
CI 29.4 / 34.2
SE 1.239


Non-metropolitan 12.3
CI 9.8 / 15.3
SE 1.384
21.3
CI 18.0 / 24.9
SE 1.779
27.2
CI 23.4 / 31.3
SE 2.032
22.0
CI 18.6 / 25.7
SE 1.815


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.

IID-12.1 Increase the percentage of children aged 6 to 23 months who are vaccinated annually against seasonal influenza (1 or 2 doses, depending on age-appropriateness and previous doses received) Archived

This objective was archived due to lack of data source, changes in science, or was replaced with other objectives.
See Revision History for Details.

Additional Data Options

Children vaccinated against seasonal influenza (percent, 6–23 months)

2020 Baseline (year): 23.4 (2008)
2020 Target: 80.0
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008        
Total 23.4
CI 22.1 / 24.7
SE 0.659








Sex









Female 22.5
CI 20.8 / 24.3
SE 0.900








Male 24.3
CI 22.4 / 26.1
SE 0.953








Race/Ethnicity









Black or African American only 15.5
CI 12.4 / 18.6
SE 1.578








Hispanic or Latino 18.3
CI 15.6 / 21.1
SE 1.394








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Not Hispanic or Latino ---









   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 15.7
CI 12.3 / 19.1
SE 1.731








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 27.4
CI 25.7 / 29.1
SE 0.858








Asian only 29.1
CI 21.6 / 36.6
SE 3.843








American Indian or Alaska Native only 20.3
CI 12.6 / 28.0
SE 3.926








White only 24.8
CI 23.3 / 26.3
SE 0.773








2 or more races 23.5
CI 17.9 / 29.2
SE 2.890








Educational attainment (of mother, 25 years and over)









4-year college degree 33.0
CI 30.2 / 35.7
SE 1.396








Associates degree 23.1
CI 19.4 / 26.9
SE 1.909








< High school 15.5
CI 12.4 / 18.5
SE 1.56








Some college 18.2
CI 15.5 / 21.0
SE 1.418








Advanced degree 40.2
CI 36.5 / 43.9
SE 1.890








High school 18.8
CI 16.3 / 21.3
SE 1.288








Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









200-399 26.0
CI 23.5 / 28.4
SE 1.252








600+ 38.7
CI 34.1 / 43.3
SE 2.340








400-599 33.0
CI 29.8 / 36.2
SE 1.647








<100 15.3
CI 13.0 / 17.6
SE 1.188








100-199 18.6
CI 15.7 / 21.4
SE 1.443








Country of birth









Outside US DSU









US DSU









Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 15.9
CI 13.8 / 18.1
SE 1.109








Metropolitan 24.8
CI 23.4 / 26.3
SE 0.752








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.

IID-12.2 Increase the percentage of children aged 2 to 4 years who are vaccinated annually against seasonal influenza Archived

This objective was archived due to lack of data source, changes in science, or was replaced with other objectives.
See Revision History for Details.

Additional Data Options

Children vaccinated against seasonal influenza (percent, 2–4 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 39.6 (2008)
2020 Target: 80.0
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008        
Total 39.6
CI 35.0 / 44.1
SE 2.332








Sex









Male 41.9
CI 35.6 / 48.3
SE 3.251








Female 36.7
CI 30.6 / 42.9
SE 3.134








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 41.3
CI 35.7 / 46.9
SE 2.856








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 44.5
CI 37.8 / 51.2
SE 3.414








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 35.5
CI 24.1 / 46.9
SE 5.813








Asian only DSU









White only 41.9
CI 36.4 / 47.5
SE 2.843








2 or more races 35.1
CI 19.0 / 51.2
SE 8.203








Hispanic or Latino 33.7
CI 26.4 / 40.9
SE 3.692








American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Black or African American only 34.5
CI 23.6 / 45.4
SE 5.575








Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









100-199 30.5
CI 21.2 / 39.7
SE 4.7








400-499 34.6
CI 21.0 / 48.3
SE 6.953








500+ 50.7
CI 39.8 / 61.5
SE 5.537








<100 28.8
CI 19.6 / 38.0
SE 4.692








200-399 54.2
CI 45.4 / 62.9
SE 4.469








Family type









Single parent with children 35.5
CI 27.7 / 43.3
SE 3.999








Other DSU









Two parent family with children 42.6
CI 36.8 / 48.3
SE 2.941








Married couple or partners DSU









Single DSU









Country of birth









US 39.7
CI 35.1 / 44.3
SE 2.356








Outside US DSU









Health insurance status









Insured 40.6
CI 35.8 / 45.4
SE 2.474








   Private 45.5
CI 39.4 / 51.6
SE 3.114








   Public 32.9
CI 26.5 / 39.4
SE 3.31








Uninsured 34.8
CI 22.7 / 47.0
SE 6.209








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.

IID-12.3 Increase the percentage of children aged 5 to 12 years who are vaccinated annually against seasonal influenza Archived

This objective was archived due to lack of data source, changes in science, or was replaced with other objectives.
See Revision History for Details.

Additional Data Options

Children vaccinated against seasonal influenza (percent, 5–12 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 25.8 (2008)
2020 Target: 80.0
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008        
Total 25.8
CI 23.6 / 27.9
SE 1.108








Sex









Female 25.5
CI 22.3 / 28.7
SE 1.618








Male 26.0
CI 23.0 / 29.1
SE 1.558








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 25.0
CI 22.5 / 27.5
SE 1.278








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 23.5
CI 18.0 / 28.9
SE 2.779








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 24.8
CI 21.8 / 27.8
SE 1.52








White only 25.9
CI 23.4 / 28.5
SE 1.3








Black or African American only 23.5
CI 18.3 / 28.8
SE 2.671








American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Asian only 22.1
CI 12.3 / 31.9
SE 4.997








2 or more races 28.1
CI 15.0 / 41.3
SE 6.721








Hispanic or Latino 28.8
CI 23.9 / 33.7
SE 2.497








Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









<100 26.0
CI 20.2 / 31.7
SE 2.947








500+ 30.9
CI 24.5 / 37.2
SE 3.244








100-199 25.1
CI 19.7 / 30.4
SE 2.731








200-399 23.4
CI 19.3 / 27.5
SE 2.087








400-499 33.8
CI 23.7 / 43.9
SE 5.157








Family type









Single DSU









Single parent with children 22.5
CI 19.0 / 26.1
SE 1.829








Married couple or partners DSU









Two parent family with children 27.6
CI 24.7 / 30.6
SE 1.496








Other 23.7
CI 12.8 / 34.6
SE 5.561








Country of birth









Outside US 24.6
CI 14.3 / 34.9
SE 5.253








US 25.8
CI 23.6 / 28.1
SE 1.147








Health insurance status









Uninsured 22.0
CI 17.1 / 26.9
SE 2.507








Insured 26.5
CI 24.0 / 29.0
SE 1.274








   Public 26.3
CI 22.0 / 30.6
SE 2.191








   Private 26.5
CI 23.4 / 29.7
SE 1.617








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.

IID-12.4 Increase the percentage of children aged 13 to 17 years who are vaccinated annually against seasonal influenza Archived

This objective was archived due to lack of data source, changes in science, or was replaced with other objectives.
See Revision History for Details.

Additional Data Options

Children vaccinated against seasonal influenza (percent, 13–17 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 9.8 (2008)
2020 Target: 80.0
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008        
Total 9.8
CI 9.0 / 10.7
SE 0.44








Sex









Female 9.9
CI 8.8 / 11.0
SE 0.553








Male 9.7
CI 8.4 / 11.1
SE 0.679








Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino ---









   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 9.3
CI 8.3 / 10.2
SE 0.47








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 14.6
CI 7.3 / 22.0
SE 3.753








Black or African American only 10.0
CI 7.4 / 12.6
SE 1.324








White only 9.5
CI 8.6 / 10.4
SE 0.475








Asian only 12.3
CI 7.6 / 17.1
SE 2.427








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









2 or more races 12.2
CI 6.0 / 18.3
SE 3.139








American Indian or Alaska Native only 10.0
CI 7.4 / 12.6
SE 1.331








Hispanic or Latino 10.3
CI 7.6 / 12.9
SE 1.346