Vaccinations in the U.S.

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Statista dossier about vaccinations in the United States

This dossier presents key facts and figures about vaccinations in the United States. It contains figures on the impact of vaccinations on select infectious disease rates, vaccination rates for children, adolescents and adults, complaints of injury and death from vaccinations, and U.S. public opinion on the issue of vaccinations and vaccination refusal.

Table of contents

  • 1. Global overview
    • Global vaccination coverage in 2016, by vaccine type

    • Percentage of measles immunization among 1-year-olds by world region 2016

    • One-year-olds who have DTP3 vaccination by world region 2016

    • Vaccination coverage against influenza among older people 2015

    • Leading pharmaceutical companies and total global vaccine revenue 2017 and 2024

    • Leading five global vaccine products by revenue 2017 and 2024

    • Share of people worldwide who believed vaccines can cause autism as of 2017

  • 2. U.S. vaccination impact
    • Cases of infectious diseases before and after the use of vaccines U.S. 2009

    • New cases of measles in the U.S. 1950-2018

    • New cases of hepatitis in the U.S. 1970-2014

    • New cases of hepatitis A and B 1970-2014

    • New cases of diphtheria in the U.S. 1950-2014

    • New cases of mumps in the U.S. 1970-2014

  • 3. Children and adolescents
    • MMR vaccination rate among U.S. children aged 19-35 months 1994-2016

    • Share of U.S. children who received all doses of recommended vaccines 2015

    • Share of U.S. teenagers who had select vaccinations 2015-2016

    • Share of U.S. teenagers who had select vaccinations 2015, by ethnicity

  • 4. Adults
    • Percentage of U.S. older people who received influenza vaccination 1997-2017

    • Percentage of older U.S. people who received a pneumococcal vaccination 1997-2017

    • Diabetic adults who had the 3-dose vaccination for hepatitis B U.S. 2015 by ethnicity

  • 5. Injury and death from vaccines
    • Number of petitions filed for injury or death caused by vaccines U.S. 1988-2018

    • Number of petitions filed for damages caused by vaccines U.S. 1988-2018, by outcome

    • Number of petitions filed per year for damages caused by vaccines U.S. 1988-2018

  • 6. Public opinion
    • Share of U.S. adults who cared about childhood vaccine issues 2016, by gender

    • Share of U.S. adults who felt MMR vaccine benefits outweigh risks 2016, by age

    • Share of U.S. adults who supported MMR vaccine school requirements 2016, by age

    • Select groups U.S. adults felt should play a major role in vaccination policy 2016

    • Reasons U.S. families gave health care professionals for refusing vaccinations 2016

    • Vaccines families were most likely to refuse in the U.S. 2016

  • 7. Focus: Human papillomavirus (HPV)
    • Share of U.S. teenagers who had an HPV vaccination 2016, by gender

    • Share of U.S. teenage girls who had an HPV vaccination 2015, by ethnicity

    • Share of U.S. teenage boys who had an HPV vaccination 2015, by ethnicity

    • Share of U.S. teenagers who had an HPV vaccination 2016, by poverty level

    • Reasons for underutilization of the HPV vaccine in the U.S. 2016

  • Language: English
  • Released: 2018
  • Source(s): Statista
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