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Table 2 Sample characteristics of unvaccinateda female adolescents aged 13-17 years against human papillomavirus (HPV), National Immunization Survey - Teen, 2008 – 2012 (n = 21,467)

From: Factors associated with parental reasons for “no-intent” to vaccinate female adolescents with human papillomavirus vaccine: National Immunization Survey - Teen 2008–2012

Characteristics n Weighted % or median estimate 95% confidence interval
Adolescent age, years
 13 5,105 22.9 (21. 9–23.9)
 14 4,722 21.1 (20.1–22.1)
 15 4,256 20.7 (19.7–21.8)
 16 3,936 19.2 18.2–20.3)
 17 3,448 16.1 (15.2–16.9)
Race/ethnicity
 White, non-Hispanic 15, 036 60.1 (58.9–61.4)
 Black, non-Hispanic 2,385 15.5 (14.5–16.4)
 Hispanic 2,393 16.8 (15.7–17.9)
 Otherb 1,663 7.6 (6.9–8.3)
 Number of people in the household 21,467 3.8 (3.7–3.8)
Annual household income, US dollars
 ≤35,000 4,973 30.8 (29.5–32.0)
 35,001–75,000 7,055 32.5 (31.3–33.7)
 >75,000 9,439 36.7 (35.6–37.9)
Mother’s education
 Less than high school 1,859 12.9 (11.9–14.0)
 High school 4,321 26.9 (25.5–27.9)
 Some college 6,393 26.8 (25.6–27.8)
 College graduate 8,894 33.6 (32.5–34.7)
Mother’s marital status
 Married 16,518 71.6 (70.4–72.8)
 Otherc 4,949 28.4 (27.2–29.6)
Mother’s age, years
 ≤34 1,518 8.9 (8.1–9.7)
 35–44 9,263 46.6 45.4–47.9)
 ≥ 45 10,686 44.4 (43.2–45.7)
Health insurance statusd
 Private 14,916 63.5 (62.20–64.8)
 SCHIP or Medicaid 3,732 22.5 (21.4–23.7)
 IHS or Military 347 1.2 (1.0–1.3)
 Other 1,123 4.8 (4.2–5.4)
 Uninsured 1,349 8.0 (7.3–8.8)
Healthcare provider recommended the HPV vaccine
 No 12, 952 63.1 (61.9–64.3)
 Yes 8,515 36.9 (35.7–38.1)
Survey year
 2008 4,605 24.0 (22.9–25.2)
 2009 4,424 21.0 (20.0–22.0)
 2010 4,173 20.0 (19.0–21.0)
 2011 4,761 18.4 (17.5–19.3)
 2012 3,504 16.6 (15.7–17.5)
  1. aHas had zero doses of HPV vaccine
  2. bIncludes non-Hispanic other racial/ethnic groups and biracial
  3. cNever married/widowed/divorced/separated
  4. dSCHIP = State Children’s Health Insurance Program; IHS = Indian Health Service