Share of reasons for under-vaccination among U.S. children as of 2016

This statistic shows the distribution of reasons for under-vaccination among children scheduled to complete the CDC-recommended seven-vaccine series by 2016. It was found that the most common reason for children to have not completed the CDC-recommended seven-vaccine series was that they missed their scheduled visit.

Distribution of reasons for under-vaccination among children scheduled to complete the CDC-recommended seven vaccine series by 2016

Share of reasons for under-vaccination
Inferred delay4%
Refusal6%
Reason not identified28%
Missed visit62%
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Sources

Release date

January 2018

Region

United States

Survey time period

2016

Number of respondents

843,610 respondents

Age group

0-27 months

Special properties

Children with three years of continuous medical eligibility in a commercial BCBS plan

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