Table 1.

Characteristics of parents and their Hispanic adolescent daughters from the NIS-Teen (n = 2,786)

Number (weighted %)
Year
 20101,199 (46.4)
 20111,587 (53.6)
Daughter characteristics
Age
 13 y613 (20.3)
 14 y607 (19.2)
 15 y562 (24.1)
 16 y533 (19.4)
 17 y471 (17.0)
Race
 White2,389 (86.1)
 Black160 (5.6)
 Other237 (8.4)
Visited healthcare provider in last year
 No525 (22.4)
 Yes2,233 (77.6)
Currently lives in state where born
 No784 (27.7)
 Yes2,002 (72.3)
Healthcare coverage
 Through parent employer or union1,224 (37.1)
 Other insurance, including Medicaid1,184 (47.6)
 No insurance357 (15.4)
Eligible for VFC program
 No1,320 (42.7)
 Yes1,458 (57.3)
Parent characteristics
Mother's age
 <35 y346 (14.7)
 35–44 y1,380 (51.2)
 45+ y1060 (34.1)
Mother's education
 Less than high school854 (39.4)
 High school600 (21.9)
 Some college691 (21.2)
 College graduate641 (17.6)
Mother's marital status
 Not married898 (34.5)
 Married1,888 (65.5)
Language of NIS-Teen interview
 English1,733 (55.4)
 Spanish1,048 (44.6)
Heard of HPV
 No424 (18.8)
 Yes2,319 (81.2)
Heard of HPV vaccine
 No309 (16.7)
 Yes2,446 (83.3)
Received provider recommendation to get daughter HPV vaccine
 No1,206 (50.2)
 Yes1,467 (49.8)
Household characteristics
Poverty status
 Below poverty963 (43.3)
 Above poverty, ≤$75,0001,090 (40.0)
 Above poverty, >$75,000612 (16.7)
Number of children in household
 1873 (23.9)
 2–31,490 (55.1)
 4+423 (21.0)
Region of residence
 Northeast394 (12.5)
 Midwest334 (9.9)
 South1,216 (32.1)
 West842 (45.4)

NOTE: Totals may not sum to stated sample size due to missing data. Percentages may not sum to 100% due to rounding.