Adult Diabetes by Race/Ethnicity
Summary of Current Results
- In 2018, Blacks (non-Hispanic) (15.3%) reported the highest percent of diabetes.
- A decrease of 3.4% was reported for Hispanics (9.1%) from 2017 to 2018.
- 9.1 percent of Whites reported having diabetes in 2018, an increase of 0.5% from 2017.
- The coefficient of variation which was used to assess the reliability of the estimates was greater than 15 percent for the "Other (non-Hispanic)" category and, therefore, were not reported.