U.S. obesity prevalence by metropolitan location as of 2016, by gender

Obesity prevalence among U.S. metropolitan and nonmetropolitan populations as of 2016, by gender

by John Elflein, last edited Jun 21, 2018
U.S. obesity prevalence by metropolitan location as of 2016, by gender This statistic depicts the percentage of U.S. metropolitan and nonmetropolitan populations that were obese as of 2016, by gender. According to the data, among metropolitan populations, around 28.8 percent of male residents were obese, compared to 34.4 percent of males in nonmetropolitan areas.
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Obesity prevalence among U.S. metropolitan and nonmetropolitan populations as of 2016, by gender

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MetropolitanNonmetropolitan Total
Male28.8%34.4%29.6%
Female28.7%34%29.5%
MetropolitanNonmetropolitan Total
Male28.8%34.4%29.6%
Female28.7%34%29.5%
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by John Elflein, last edited Jun 21, 2018
This statistic depicts the percentage of U.S. metropolitan and nonmetropolitan populations that were obese as of 2016, by gender. According to the data, among metropolitan populations, around 28.8 percent of male residents were obese, compared to 34.4 percent of males in nonmetropolitan areas.
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