Disability Data for Alaska from the 2009 American Community Survey: Race/ethnicity
- Age and gender
- Living quarters
- Health coverage
|Total population||Any disability||Daily activity limitation||Self-care limitation|
|American Indian/Alaska Native||116,000||17,000||14.5%||6,000||5.4%||3,000||2.8%|
Note: People identifying as having multiple racial backgrounds are classified in multiple categories. Latinos are classified according to their Hispanic ethnicity as well as the racial category or categories they identify. The sum of the racial/ethnic categories is therefore greater than the total.
— Estimate is less than 500.
|Any Disability||Daily activity limitation||Self-care limitation||No disability|
|Number of people||86,000||30,000||17,000||559,000|
|American Indian and Alaska Native||19.4%||20.8%||18.7%||17.7%|
|Asian and Pacific Islander||5.9%||7.2%||8.2%||6.9%|
Racial/ethnic distribution of people with daily activity limitations in Alaska, 2009
AIAN - American Indian/Alaska Native
API - Asian/Pacific Islander
The above bar chart shows that 72.1% of people with disabilities in Alaska are white, 2.8% are African American, 20.8% are American Indian/Alaska Native, 7.2% are Asian/Pacific Islander, and 7.3% are Latino/Hispanic.
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