Nonsupine infant sleep positioning among U.S. parents 2015, by ethnicity

Percentage of parents in the U.S. who placed their baby in a nonsupine sleep position in 2015, by ethnicity

by John Elflein, last edited Mar 27, 2018
Nonsupine infant sleep positioning among U.S. parents 2015, by ethnicity This statistic shows the percentage of parents in the U.S. who placed their baby in a nonsupine sleep position in 2015, by ethnicity. It was found that 37.6 percent of non-Hispanic black parents stated they placed their baby in a nonsupine sleep position.
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Percentage of parents in the U.S. who placed their baby in a nonsupine sleep position in 2015, by ethnicity

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Prevalence
White, non-Hispanic16.1%
Black, non-Hispanic37.6%
Hispanic26.5%
Asian or Pacific Islander, non-Hispanic20.8%
American Indian or Alaska Native, non-Hispanic19.8%
Total21.6%
Prevalence
White, non-Hispanic16.1%
Black, non-Hispanic37.6%
Hispanic26.5%
Asian or Pacific Islander, non-Hispanic20.8%
American Indian or Alaska Native, non-Hispanic19.8%
Total21.6%
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by John Elflein, last edited Mar 27, 2018
This statistic shows the percentage of parents in the U.S. who placed their baby in a nonsupine sleep position in 2015, by ethnicity. It was found that 37.6 percent of non-Hispanic black parents stated they placed their baby in a nonsupine sleep position.
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