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Age-Adjusted Percentage of Adults Aged 18 Years or Older with Diagnosed Diabetes Receiving an Influenza Vaccination in the Last Year, United States, 1993–2010

From 1993 to 2010, the age-adjusted percentage of adults aged 18 years or older with diagnosed diabetes receiving an influenza vaccination in the last year increased by 19.6 points, from 30.5% to 50.1%. The detailed data tables—in the following link—show the number of states measuring this preventive care practice each year and the annual percentages by age, sex, race/ethnicity, and level of education.

Age-Adjusted Percentage of Annual Influenza Vaccination in the Last Year for Adults Aged >= 18 Years with Diabetes, United States, 1993–2009. Links for data figures, sources, methods and data limitations, and detailed tables follow this image.

Age-adjusted rate by State

 

YearAge-Adjusted PercentStd Error
199330.51.2
199536.41.7
199739.91.2
199942.71.2
200142.81.0
200245.51.0
200344.51.0
200445.90.9
200539.40.8
200645.40.9
200751.30.8
200849.60.8
200949.40.9
201050.10.8

 

Methods & Limitations

Detailed Data Table

Data Source: Information came from the CDC's Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System. The data was computed by CDC's Division of Diabetes Translation personnel.

 

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