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Table 1 Prevalence of influenza vaccine by socio-demographic characteristics, 2013 KS BRFSS

From: Prevalence of influenza vaccination and its association with health conditions and risk factors among Kansas adults in 2013: a cross-sectional study

  Vaccinated Weighted % 95 % CI
Overall 42.2 41.4-43.0
Sex
Men 37.9 36.7-39.1
Women 46.3 45.2-47.3
Age Groups
18-24 years 26.5 23.8-29.1
25-34 years 32.9 30.8-35.1
35-44 years 34.8 32.8-36.9
45-54 years 38.8 36.9-40.6
55-64 years 48.6 47.0-50.2
65 + years 64.8 63.6-66.1
Race/ Ethnicity Groupsa
White Non-Hispanic 41.6 40.7-42.5
Black Non-Hispanic 37.6 33.3-41.9
Multiracial/Other Race Non-Hispanic 40.4 36.4-44.3
Hispanic 38.1 34.8-41.3
Marital Status
Married or member of an unmarried couple 46.2 45.1-47.2
Divorced or separated 36.2 34.2-38.3
Widowed 61.5 59.3-63.6
Never married 28.0 26.0-30.0
Education Groups
Less Than High school 34.0 31.2-36.9
High school or GED 37.7 36.2-39.2
Some College 40.6 39.2-42.0
College Graduate 51.9 50.6-53.2
Annual Household Income Groups
Less than $15,000 31.7 28.9-34.4
$15,000-$24,999 36.6 34.6-38.7
$25,000-$34,999 40.1 37.7-42.6
$35,000-$49,999 43.0 40.8-45.2
$50,000 or more 47.6 46.3-48.9
Insurance Status
Uninsured 19.2 17.4-21.1
Insured 46.7 45.9-47.6
  1. aPrevalence estimates for race and ethnicity were age-adjusted to the U.S. 2000 standard population