Florida's American Indian* State Profile - 2018

The following profile contain state-level data for those identifying as only American Indian/Alaskan Native.

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Florida's American Indian* State Profile - 2018
IndicatorYear(s)MeasureAmerican Indian NumberAmerican Indian RateState RateAmerican Indian/ Florida Rate Ratio
Socio-Demographic Characteristics
Population1201866,7160.3%n/a
   Males12018Percent of Population33,63250.4%49%1:1
   Females12018Percent of Population33,08449.6%51%1:1
Population under 18 years old12018Percent of Population15,75923.6%18.9%1.2:1
Population 65 years and older12018Percent of Population6,73010.1%18.9%0.5:1
Median household income12017 5 yr estDollars$43,427$50,883n/a
Individuals below poverty level12017 5 yr estPercent of Population11,23320.5%15.5%1.3:1
Civilian labor force which is unemployed12017 5 yr estPercent of Population3,07111.8%7.2%1.6:1
Owner-occupied housing units12017 5 yr estPercent of Population60.4%64.8%0.9:1
Individuals 1 year and over that lived in a different house 1 year earlier12017 5 yr estPercent of Population17.3%14.4%1.2:1
Individuals 25 years and over with no high school diploma2017 5 yr estPercent of Population18.7%12.4%1.5:1
Access to Care
Adults who have a personal doctor22017Percent61.9%72%0.9:1
Adults with good to excellent overall health22017Percent71.7%80.6%0.9:1
Civilian non-institutionalized population with health insurance coverage12017 5 yr estPercent76.1%85.1%0.9:1
Maternal and Child Health
Births32018Per 1,000 Female Population36611.119.60.6:1
Births to mothers ages 15-1932018Per 1,000 Female Population 15-193317.616.71.1:1
Repeat births to mothers ages 15-1932018Percent of Births to Mothers ages 15-19927.3%15%1.8:1
Births to mothers over 18 without high school education32018Percent of Births to Mothers over 187721.8%10.2%2.1:1
Resident live births to mothers who smoked during pregnancy32018Percent of Births143.8%4.4%0.9:1
Births to mothers who are overweight (BMI 25.0-29.9) at time pregnancy occurred32018Percent of Births11230.6%25.6%1.2:1
Births to mothers who are obese (BMI>=30) at time pregnancy occurred32018Percent of Births10829.5%24.7%1.2:1
Mothers who initiate breastfeeding32018Percent of Births31686.3%86.2%1:1
Births with 1st trimester prenatal care32018Percent of Births with Known Prenatal Care21866.5%76.5%0.9:1
Births with no prenatal care32018Percent of Births with Known Prenatal Care103%2.3%1.3:1
Births with inadequate Prenatal Care based on Kotelchuck Index32018Percent of Births7520.5%14.8%1.4:1
Births with inter-pregnancy interval <18 months32018Percent of Births with Known Interval8537.8%34.5%1.1:1
Births <1500 grams (very low birth weight)32018Percent of Births20.5%1.6%0.3:1
Births <2500 grams (low birth weight)32018Percent of Births246.6%8.7%0.8:1
Births <37 weeks of gestation32018Percent of Births349.3%10.2%0.9:1
Fetal deaths32018Per 1,000 Deliveries25.46.70.8:1
Infant deaths (0-364 days)32018Per 1,000 Births25.56.00.9:1
Leading Causes of Death
All cancers: Crude death rate32016-2018Per 100,000 Population16283.1205.80.4:1
Lung cancer: Crude death rate32016-2018Per 100,000 Population4322.151.90.4:1
Colorectal cancer: Crude death rate32016-2018Per 100,000 Population136.718.40.4:1
Adults 50 and over who have ever had a sigmoidoscopy or colonoscopy22013Percent66.7%69.3%1:1
Adults 50 and over who have had a blood stool test in the past year22016Percent10.4%16%0.7:1
Breast cancer: Crude death rate32016-2018Per 100,000 Females1616.626.50.6:1
Women 40 years of age and older who received a mammogram in the past year22016Percent56.3%60.8%0.9:1
Prostate cancer: Crude death rate32016-2018Per 100,000 Males77.122.10.3:1
Men ages 50 years and older who have ever had a PSA test22016Percent72.7%67.5%1.1:1
Cervical cancer: Crude death rate32016-2018Per 100,000 Females00.03.10:1
Women 18 years of age and older who received a PAP test in the past year22016Percent39.2%48.4%0.8:1
Cardiovascular Disease
Coronary Heart Disease: Crude death rate32016-2018Per 100,000 Population8845.2134.40.3:1
Adults who have ever had a heart attack, angina, or coronary heart disease22017Percent10.1%7.4%1.4:1
Stroke: Crude death rate32016-2018Per 100,000 Population3618.557.70.3:1
Adults who have ever had a stroke22017Percent6.4%3.6%1.8:1
Injuries and Injury-related Deaths
Crude homicide death rate32016-2018Per 100,000 Population42.15.90.4:1
Crude suicide death rate32016-2018Per 100,000 Population199.815.10.6:1
Crude motor vehicle crash death rate32016-2018Per 100,000 Population3316.914.81.1:1
Chronic Lower Respiratory Diseases (CLRD)
Crude CLRD death rate32016-2018Per 100,000 Population5729.356.60.5:1
Diabetes
Crude diabetes death rate32016-2018Per 100,000 Population2914.927.80.5:1
Adults with diagnosed diabetes22017Percent18.9%10.5%1.8:1
HIV/AIDS
Crude HIV/AIDS death rate32016-2018Per 100,000 Population10.53.50.1:1
Reported AIDS Cases42016-2018Per 100,000 Population115.69.30.6:1
Reported HIV Cases42016-2018Per 100,000 Population2010.322.20.5:1
Modifiable Behaviors Leading to Premature Death
Adults who are current smokers22017Percent32.3%16.1%2:1
Adults who are obese (BMI>=30)22017Percent36.5%28.4%1.3:1
Adults who are overweight (BMI between 25.0 and 29.9)22017Percent25%35.6%0.7:1
Adults who are sedentary22017Percent30.1%29.2%1:1
Adults who consume at least 5 servings of fruits and vegetables per day22017Percent23.6%16.9%1.4:1
Adults who have been diagnosed with high blood cholesterol22017Percent25.6%32.3%0.8:1

Data Notes(s)

*Includes persons identifying as ONLY American Indian/Alaskan Native
Where rates are based on a sample, no number (count) is available.
If blanks are shown on rates, American Indian data is not available.

This report relies on population estimates from the American Communities Survey, rather than The Florida Legislature, Office of Economic and Demographic Research. Given this, rates shown on this report are not comparable to rates shown elsewhere on FLHealthCHARTS.

Rate Ratios
The rate ratios in this report compare the American Indian rate to the total Florida rate.
A ratio of 2:1 means that the American Indian rate is two times the Florida rate. A ratio of 0.5:1 means that the American Indian rate is half of the Florida rate.

1UMass Donahue Institute, "Tract Level Detailed Population Estimates", June 2018.

2US Census Bureau, American Community Survey 5-year estimates:
Median household income Tables B19013C and B19013
Individuals below poverty level Tables B17001C and B17001
Civilian labor force which is unemployed Tables C23002C and DP03
Owner-occupied housing units Tables B25003C and B25003
Individuals 1 year and over that lived in a different house 1 year earlier Tables B07404C and B07401
Individuals 25 years and over with no high school diploma Tables C15002A, C15002B, C15002C, C15002D, C15002E, C15002F and C15002G
Civilian non-institutionalized population with health insurance coverage Table 2701

3BRFSS Survey, Division of Community Health Promotion, Florida Department of Health

4Bureau of Vital Statistics, Florida Department of Health

5HIV/AIDS Section, Bureau of Communicable Diseases, Florida Department of Health