Age

15–19

8,483

8,924

21.5

20.9 (1.3)

28.7

29.0 (1.4)

20–24

9,154

8,946

27.0

40.3 (1.4)

40.8

55.5 (1.5)

25–29

10,637

9,795

33.4

44.6 (1.4)

40.9

60.1 (1.4)

30–34

11,091

10,982

27.5

42.0 (1.5)

37.1

54.6 (1.4)

35–39

10,111

11,297

22.0

33.3 (1.3)

31.5

46.0 (1.3)

40–44

8,905

10,014

20.3

26.4 (1.0)

28.5

41.3 (1.2)

Residence in metropolitan area

MSA, central city

12,727

18,551

31.9

39.8 (0.9)

39.9

51.3 (0.9)

MSA, other

29,981

29,303

26.1

33.5 (0.8)

36.4

47.7 (0.8)

Non-MSA

11,979

12,348

21.4

30.0 (1.5)

32.4

43.2 (1.5)

Region

Northeast

11,226

11,496

28.2

32.1 (1.2)

36.9

45.2 (1.5)

South

18,603

20,241

28.0

38.9 (1.1)

39.5

51.6 (1.0)

Midwest

14,453

14,525

23.8

29.4 (1.1)

34.0

44.3 (1.2)

West

10,405

13,938

25.4

36.3 (1.5)

33.5

48.5 (1.3)

Poverty-level income

0–149%

7,918

13,588

28.1

41.8 (1.2)

35.5

49.6 (1.2)

150% or more

41,980

46,613

25.9

32.6 (0.7)

36.0

47.4 (0.7)

NOTE: MSA = metropolitan statistical area.

a Data from 1990 from Wilson, 1993.

b Includes only test reported in response to the question: "Have you ever had your blood tested for infection with the AIDS virus?"

c Category includes all tests for HIV infection, including those done in connection with blood donation (i.e., all reporting a blood donation since March 1985).

d Includes women classified as "other" races, not shown separately because of small sample size.



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