Data may not be comparable across states due to differences in reporting periods, age group categories, and racial/ethnic classifications. States vary in whether they include or exclude Hispanic people from their racial groups and in their racial classifications. In Connecticut, Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin the Asian group includes Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander children. In South Carolina, the Asian group includes American Indian and Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander children. Data not reported for Asian children in DC and South Carolina due to data limitations. Total population data used to calculate rates is matched to each state's racial classification approach. Rates may not match those reported on state websites due to differences in the source for total population data. As of 11/29, the vaccination rates for Hispanic children over 12 years of age in DC exceeded 100%, this is likely due to the approximate nature of the total population estimates used to calculate rates, these rates are reported as 99%. SOURCE:Vaccination data based on KFF analysis of publicly available data on state websites; total population data used to calculate rates based on KFF analysis of 2019 American Community Survey data.