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Table 1 Estimated Percentages of White, Black, and Latino Health Plan Members Aged 66–85 Who Ever Had a Pneumococcal Vaccination, 2002a

From: Race/ethnicity and validity of self-reported pneumococcal vaccination

Group % Pneumococcal Vaccination, Excluding Don't Know and Missing Data from Denominator % Pneumococcal Vaccination, Including Don't Know and Missing Data in Denominator % with Unknown Pneumococcal Vaccination Status
  % (95% CI) (Sample N) % (95% CI) (Sample N) % (95% CI)
ALL    
White 83.7%
(82.5% – 85.0%)
(N = 4573)
77.6%
(76.2% – 78.9%)
(N = 4945)
7.4%
(6.5% – 8.2%)
Black 78.2%
(72.6% – 83.8%)
(N= 273)
67.8%
(61.8% – 73.7%)
(N = 316)
13.3%
(9.0% – 17.7%)
Latino 78.5%
(73.5% – 83.5%)
(N = 351)
69.5%
(64.3% – 74.7%)
(N = 400)
11.5%
(8.0% – 15.0%)
FEMALES    
White 85.0%
(83.3% – 86.7%)
(N = 2337)
81.0%
(79.2% – 82.8%)
(N = 2451)
4.7%
(3.7% – 5.7%)
Black 76.5%
(68.8% – 84.1%)
(N = 149)
66.7%
(58.8%–74.7%)
(N = 171)
12.7%
(7.1% – 18.3%)
Latina 79.9%
(73.2% – 86.6%)
(N = 185)
73.7%
(66.8% – 80.6%)
(N = 202)
7.8%
(3.9% – 11.7%)
MALES    
White 82.1%
(80.2% – 84.0%)
(N = 2236)
73.5%
(71.4% – 75.5%)
(N = 2494)
10.5%
(9.1% – 11.9%)
Black 80.6%
(72.5% – 88.7%)
(N = 124)
69.2%
(60.2% – 78.2%)
(N = 145)
14.2%
(7.2% – 21.1%)
Latino 76.4%
(69.0% – 83.8%)
(N = 166)
63.8%
(56.0% – 71.5%)
(N = 198)
16.6%
(10.4% – 22.8%)
  1. a Based on self-report data from the 2002 Kaiser Permanente Adult Member Health Survey weighted to reflect the age, gender, and geographic composition of the membership at the time of the survey.