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 The figure above is a bar chart showing that during 2009-2012, 70.7% of persons aged 2-19 years consumed caffeine on a given day. Caffeine consumption on a given day was less common among persons aged 2-5 years (60.8%) compared with those aged 6-11 years (73.9%) and those aged 12-19 years (73.2%). The percentage of non-Hispanic black persons aged 2-19 years who consumed caffeine on a given day (56.8%) was less than that of their non-Hispanic white and Hispanic counterparts (76.2% and 68.5%, respectively). The percentage of Hispanic persons aged 2-19 years who consumed caffeine on a given day was less than that of their non-Hispanic white counterparts.

During 2009–2012, 70.7% of persons aged 2–19 years consumed caffeine on a given day. Caffeine consumption on a given day was less common among persons aged 2–5 years (60.8%) compared with those aged 6–11 years (73.9%) and those aged 12–19 years (73.2%). The percentage of non-Hispanic black persons aged 2–19 years who consumed caffeine on a given day (56.8%) was less than that of their non-Hispanic white and Hispanic counterparts (76.2% and 68.5%, respectively). The percentage of Hispanic persons aged 2–19 years who consumed caffeine on a given day was less than that of their non-Hispanic white counterparts.

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