TABLE J.1 Number of Women 15–44 Years of Age and Percent Ever Tested for HIV, by Source of Test Information and Selected Demographic Characteristics: United States, 1990 and 1995a

 

 

 

Percent Ever Tested

 

Number of Women (thousands)

Self-Reported Testsb (standard error)

All Testsc (standard error)

Characteristic

1990

1995

1990

1995

1990

1995

All womend

58,381

60,201

25.6

34.7 (0.6)

34.9

47.9 (0.6)

Race and ethnicity

Hispanic

5,547

6,703

23.8

38.9 (1.8)

29.8

46.6 (1.5)

Black, not Hispanic

7,526

8,210

28.5

45.5 (1.3)

34.8

50.8 (1.4)

White, not Hispanic

42,836

42,521

25.4

32.2 (0.7)

35.8

48.1 (0.7)

Education

Less than 12 years

5,618

15,151

24.6

29.9 (1.2)

31.0

36.1 (1.2)

12 years

17,247

19,987

23.1

35.1 (0.9)

31.3

47.5 (1.0)

13 years or more

27,033

24,763

28.6

37.3 (0.9)

39.9

55.6 (0.86)

Marital status

Never married

20,123

22,679

26.0

31.1 (0.9)

35.7

44.2 (0.9)

Married

31,417

29,673

23.6

34.2 (0.8)

32.5

48.4 (0.8)

Formerly married

6,841

7,849

33.5

46.9 (1.3)

43.4

56.8 (1.3)



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