Percentage of Americans who name HIV/AIDS as top health problem 1987-2012

Percentage of Americans who name HIV/AIDS as the most urgent health problem from 1987 to 2012

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jul 31, 2012
Percentage of Americans who name HIV/AIDS as top health problem 1987-2012 This statistic depicts the percentage of Americans who named HIV/AIDS as the most urgent health problem for the country from 1987 to 2012. In 1987, almost 70 percent of all Americans named HIV/AIDS as the most urgent health problem.
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Percentage of Americans who name HIV/AIDS as the most urgent health problem from 1987 to 2012

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