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Age-Specific Rates of Diagnosed Diabetes per 100 Civilian, Non-Institutionalized Population, by Race and Sex, United States, 2014

In 2014, the rates of diagnosed diabetes per 100 US population tended to be highest among persons aged 65 years or older and lowest among persons younger than 45 years of age regardless of race and sex. The race groups include people of both Hispanic and non-Hispanic origin.

Graph showing number of persons with diagnosed diabetes, United States,1980-2014. Links for methodology and data limitations follow this figure.

 

Race Sex Age
0–44 45–64 65–74 75+
Rate Standard Error Rate Standard Error Rate Standard Error Rate Standard Error
White Male 1.5 0.16 11.7 0.67 22.3 1.31 20.9 1.68
Female 1.4 0.14 10.3 0.55 17.1 1.05 16.2 1.10
Black Male 1.2 0.26 19.3 1.91 29.6 3.33 35.1 5.49
Female 2.4 0.32 18.5 1.71 38.2 3.17 27.6 3.07
Asian Male 1.3 0.49 9.8 2.29 22.5 5.33 22.0 6.67
Female 1.4 0.64 9.0 2.10 29.4 5.06 14.0 4.27

The race groups include persons of both Hispanic and non-Hispanic origin

Methods and Limitations

Detailed Data Tables

Data Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, Division of Health Interview Statistics, data from the National Health Interview Survey. Statistical analysis by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Division of Diabetes Translation.

 
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