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The following section provides information for the entire population of The United States in 2012.

Population Size1

The estimated population of The United States in 2012 was 313,914,040.

Estimated Percent of The United States Population in 2012 by Household Income Level2

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Estimated Percent of The United States Population in 2012 by Household Income Level2
Household Income Level Percent
Below 100% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) 15.0
Between 100-199% of the FPL 19.3
Between 200-299% of the FPL 16.8
300% of the FPL and Above 49.0

Estimated Percent of The United States Population in 2012 by Health Insurance Coverage Type3

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Estimated Percent of The United States Population in 2012 by Health Insurance Coverage Type3
Health Insurance Coverage Type Percent
Private 63.9
Private Only 52.0
Medicaid 16.4
Medicaid Only 11.3
Medicare 15.7
Medicare Only 5.4
Other Public 32.6
Public Only 20.7
Multiple Types 11.9
Uninsured 15.4

NOTE: It is possible to be covered by more than one type of health insurance.

Population Living with HIV Infection4

The estimated adult and adolescent population living with diagnosed HIV infection, regardless of stage of disease in The United States in 2011 was 888,921.

Note: As of the publication of the 2012 State Profiles, the 2012 surveillance data for HIV infection were not available.

New Diagnosis of HIV infection4

The estimated number of adults and adolescents newly diagnosed with HIV infection in The United States in 2011 was 50,199. The term "diagnosis of HIV infection" is defined as a new diagnosis of HIV infection regardless of the stage of disease.

Note: As of the publication of the 2012 State Profiles, the 2012 surveillance data for HIV infection were not available.