TABLE 1

Characteristics of Students in States With HPV Legislation and States Without HPV Legislation Overall and by Prelegislation and Postlegislation Time Periods

2001–20152001–20052007–2015
All States
(n = 886 981),
%No Legislation
(n = 122 164),
%HPV Legislation
(n = 95 728),
%No Legislation
(n = 282 363),
%HPV Legislation
(n = 386 726),
%
Age, y
 ≤1411.1 9.711.710.411.9
 1525.726.326.525.225.6
 1625.826.225.725.825.7
 1723.322.722.323.923.3
 1814.215.113.914.813.4
Sex
 Male50.850.850.750.950.8
 Female49.249.349.349.249.2
Grade
 928.730.430.227.828.2
 1025.825.826.025.925.8
 1123.523.022.923.823.6
 1222.020.920.922.522.5
Race
 White58.465.763.456.955.0
 African American or Hispanic or other41.634.336.643.145.0
Smoking in last 3 mo
 Yes17.522.622.515.815.3
 No82.577.477.584.284.7
Alcohol use in last 3 mo
 Yes38.543.543.835.636.8
 No61.556.556.264.463.2
Taught about AIDS in school
 Yes90.191.991.889.389.1
 No 9.9 8.1 8.210.710.9
Condom use during last sexual intercourse
 Yes60.863.062.860.059.8
 No39.237.037.240.040.2
Sexual intercourse in last 3 mo
 Yes33.335.233.733.032.7
 No66.764.866.367.067.4
  • Percentages are adjusted for survey weights; the question regarding being taught about AIDS in school is not available for states that participated in the 2015 sample (n = 461 218 for 2001–2015). Condom use is restricted to students who reported having sexual intercourse in the last 3 mo.