Using data from 2013-2016, an estimated 26 million, or 9.8%, of American adults had
diagnosed diabetes. The race and gender breakdown were:
o 9.4% of NH White males
o 7.3% of NH White females
o 14.7% of NH Black males
o 13.4% of NH Black females
o 15.1% of Hispanic males
o 14.1% of Hispanic females
o 12.8% of NH Asian males
o 9.9% of NH Asian females
• Using data from 2013-2016, an estimated 9.4 million, or 3.7%, of American adults had
undiagnosed diabetes. Additionally, about 91.8 million, or 37.6%, of American adults
• In 2018, 84,946 US deaths were attributed to diabetes.
• In 2019, an estimated 1.6 million deaths were attributed to diabetes globally. This
represents an age-standardized mortality rate of 19.5 per 100,000.