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Percentage of adults in the U.S. with depression from 2013 to 2016, by family income level and gender*

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Share of adults with depression in the U.S. 2013-2016, by income and gender This statistic shows the percentage of adults in the U.S. with depression from 2013 to 2016, by family income level and gender. During this period, around 19.8 percent of women with a family income less than 100 percent the federal poverty line had depression, compared to 4.8 percent of women at or above 400 percent the federal poverty line.
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This statistic shows the percentage of adults in the U.S. with depression from 2013 to 2016, by family income level and gender. During this period, around 19.8 percent of women with a family income less than 100 percent the federal poverty line had depression, compared to 4.8 percent of women at or above 400 percent the federal poverty line.
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Release date
February 2018
Region
United States
Survey time period
2013 to 2016
Number of respondents
around 5,000
Age group
20 years and older
Method of interview
Face-to-face interview
Supplementary notes
* Family income levels are defined by the federal poverty level (FPL). Based on the income-to-poverty ratio, a measure of the annual total family income divided by the poverty guidelines, adjusted for family size.

Depression is measured using the score from the Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9), a nine item depression-screening instrument that asks about the frequency of symptoms of depression in the past 2 weeks. Response categories of “not at all,” “several days,” “more than half the days,” and “nearly every day” are given a score of 0 to 3. Summary scores ranged from 0 to 27. Depression was defined using a score of 10 or higher, a well-validated cut point used in primary care settings.

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