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TotalTotalNational 12.4% (11.2% - 13.7%)
AgeAged <20 yearsNational 13.1% (10.6% - 16.0%)
AgeAged 20-24 yearsNational 14.3% (12.0% - 17.1%)
AgeAged 25-29 yearsNational 14.9% (12.2% - 18.1%)
AgeAged 30 years and overNational 8.2% (6.4% - 10.4%)
Race/EthnicityHispanic or LatinoNational 15.0% (12.3% - 18.2%)
Race/EthnicityWhite only, non-HispanicNational 10.1% (8.7% - 11.7%)
Race/EthnicityBlack or African American only, non-HispanicNational 21.3% (17.8% - 25.2%)
Income and Poverty StatusFamily income % Poverty Threshold): <100%National 19.9% (19.3% - 20.6%)
Income and Poverty StatusFamily income (% Poverty Threshold): 100-199%National 17.8% (17.3% - 18.4%)
Income and Poverty StatusFamily income (% Poverty Threshold): 200+%National 8.4% (7.1% - 9.9%)
Marital StatusMarriedNational 9.5% (7.9% - 11.5%)
Marital StatusCohabiting partnerNational 21.7% (18.3% - 25.5%)
Marital StatusFormerly marriedNational 12.2% (8.2% - 17.9%)
Marital StatusNever marriedNational 11.5% (9.6% - 13.7%)
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DSU
Data statistically unreliable.
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Estimate was not calculated for this year or population group.
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Data not collected, analyzed, or applicable for a particular population group.
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Confidence interval. 95% interval unless otherwise noted in indicator overview.
SE
Standard error. Provided when confidence interval is 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.