Table 77Vaccinations of children 19–35 months of age for selected diseases, according to race, Hispanic origin, poverty status, and residence in metropolitan statistical area (MSA): United States, 1995–2004
[Data are based on telephone interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population supplemented by a survey of immunization providers for interview participants]
Updated March 2006
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Race and Hispanic origin 1 Poverty status Location of residence
Not Hispanic or Latino Inside MSA 2
Vaccination and year All White Black or African American American Indian or Alaska Native Asian 3 Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 3 2 or more races Hispanic or Latino Below poverty At or above poverty Central city Remaining areas Outside MSA 2
Percent of children 19–35 months of age
Combined series (4:3:1:3):4
 19957476706976- - -- - -686777727575
 19997881747577- - -- - -757381777980
 20007679716975- - -- - -737178737879
 20017779717677- - -- - -777279757879
 2002788071*83*74767279758077
 20038184757781*81797683808281
 20048385767584*82817885818482
DTP/DT/DTaP (4 doses or more):5
 19957880747184- - -- - -757181777978
 19998386798087- - -- - -807985828483
 20008284767585- - -- - -797684808383
 20018284767784- - -- - -837784818382
 2002828476*88*78797584798480
 20038588808089*84828087848683
 20048688807790*86848187848785
Polio (3 doses or more):
 19958889848690- - -- - -878589878889
 19999090878890- - -- - -898791899090
 20009091879093- - -- - -888790889091
 20018990858890- - -- - -918790889091
 2002909187*929587908891899190
 200392938991919091908993919292
 20049292908793*92919092919292
Measles, Mumps, Rubella:
 19959091878895- - -- - -888691909089
 19999292909293- - -- - -909092919290
 20009192888790- - -- - -908991909191
 20019192899490- - -- - -928992919291
 200292939084959489919092909390
 20039393929296*94939293939392
 20049394918994*94939194939492
Hib (3 doses or more):6
 19959193889390- - -- - -898893919292
 19999495929190- - -- - -929195929593
 20009395939092- - -- - -919095929495
 20019394909192- - -- - -939094919493
 2002939492*959390929094929493
 20039495928991*93939195949494
 20049495919092*96939294939494
Hepatitis B (3 doses or more):
 19956868665280- - -- - -706569697159
 1999888987*88- - -- - -878789878988
 20009091899191- - -- - -888791899092
 20018990858690- - -- - -908790889089
 2002909188*949484908890899190
 20039293929094*93919193929393
 20049293919193*94929193929393
Varicella:7
 19984342422853- - -- - -474144454534
 1999585658*64- - -- - -615558596147
 20006866676277- - -- - -706469697060
 20017675756982- - -- - -807477787868
 20028179837187*79827981818375
 20038584858191*86868485868680
 20048887868491*89898688888985
PCV (3 doses or more):8
 20024144343355*38373343414532
 20036871626071*66666271687161
 20047375687576*78706975727768
Not Hispanic or Latino
White Black or African American Hispanic or Latino
Vaccination and year Below poverty At or above poverty Below poverty At or above poverty Below poverty At or above poverty
Percent of children 19–35 months of age
Combined series (4:3:1:3):4
 1995697870736372
 1999768272777378
 2000738069727074
 2001718069747379
 2002728168727576
 2003798570797881
 2004788674808084

- - - Data not available.

* Estimates are considered unreliable. Percents not shown if the unweighted sample size for the numerator was less than 30 or relative standard error greater than 50 percent or confidence interval half width greater than 10 percentage points.

1

Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Starting with data for 2002, estimates were tabulated using the 1997 Standards for Federal data on Race and Ethnicity. Estimates for earlier years were tabulated using the 1977 Standards on Race and Ethnicity. See Appendix II, Race.

2

Metropolitan statistical area.

3

Prior to data year 2002, the category "Asian" included "Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander."

4

The 4:3:1:3 combined series consists of 4 or more doses of diphtheria and tetanus toxoids and pertussis vaccine (DTP), diphtheria and tetanus toxoids (DT), or diphtheria and tetanus toxoids and acellular pertussis vaccine (DTaP), 3 or more doses of any poliovirus vaccine, 1 or more doses of a measles-containing vaccine (MCV), and 3 or more doses of Haemophilus influenzae type b vaccine (Hib).

5

Diphtheria and tetanus toxoids and pertussis vaccine, diphtheria and tetanus toxoids, and diphtheria and tetanus toxoids and acellular pertussis vaccine.

6

Haemophilus influenzae type b vaccine (Hib).

7

Recommended in 1996. Data collection for varicella began in July 1996.

8

Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine. Recommended in 2000. Data collection for PCV began in July 2001.

NOTES: Final estimates from the National Immunization Survey include an adjustment for children with missing immunization provider data. Poverty status is based on family income and family size using U.S. Bureau of the Census poverty thresholds. Children missing information about poverty status were omitted from analysis by poverty level. In 2004, 12.0 percent of all children, 20.0 percent of Hispanic, 8.4 percent of non-Hispanic white, and 9.8 percent of non-Hispanic black children were missing information about poverty status and were omitted. See Appendix I, National Immunization Survey. Data for additional years are available. See Appendix III.

SOURCE: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics and National Immunization Program, National Immunization Survey. Data are available on the CDC Web site at www​.cdc.gov/nip/coverage/and www​.cdc.gov/nis/.

From: Trend Tables

Cover of Health, United States, 2005
Health, United States, 2005: With Chartbook on Trends in the Health of Americans.
National Center for Health Statistics (US) .
Hyattsville (MD): National Center for Health Statistics (US); 2005 Nov.

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