Difference in rates (Hispanic and White) of new HIV diagnoses

Source:2008-2010 Bureau of HIV/AIDS Epidemiology Data as of September, 2012

  Rate of Hispanic Rate of Whites Difference in rates
Reg- 1 Western New York
Allegany s s s
Cattaraugus s s s
Chautauqua s s s
Erie 28.6 4.5 24.1
Genesee s s s
Niagara s s s
Orleans s s s
Wyoming s s s
Western New York 25.6 3.6 22.0
Reg- 2 Finger Lakes
Chemung s s s
Livingston s s s
Monroe 26.4 4.1 22.4
Ontario s s s
Schuyler s s s
Seneca s s s
Steuben s s s
Wayne s s s
Yates s s s
Finger Lakes 23.4 3.4 19.9
Reg- 3 Central New York
Cayuga s s s
Cortland s s s
Herkimer s s s
Jefferson s s s
Lewis s s s
Madison s s s
Oneida s s s
Onondaga s 4.7 s
Oswego s s s
St. Lawrence s s s
Tompkins s s s
Central New York s 3.7 s
Reg- 4 New York-Penn
Broome s s s
Chenango s s s
Tioga s s s
New York-Penn s s s
Reg- 5 Northeastern New York
Albany s 5.4 s
Clinton s s s
Columbia s s s
Delaware s s s
Essex s s s
Franklin s s s
Fulton s s s
Greene s s s
Hamilton s s s
Montgomery s s s
Otsego s s s
Rensselaer s s s
Saratoga s s s
Schenectady s s s
Schoharie s s s
Warren s s s
Washington s s s
Northeastern New York 20.0 3.3 16.7
Reg- 6 Hudson Valley
Dutchess s s s
Orange 16.9 2.0 14.9
Putnam s s s
Rockland s 2.1 s
Sullivan s s s
Ulster s s s
Westchester 20.6 3.1 17.5
Hudson Valley 17.3 3.0 14.4
Reg- 7 New York City
Bronx 46.3 14.5 31.8
Kings 40.3 9.5 30.7
New York 70.8 33.8 37.1
Queens 36.4 10.8 25.6
Richmond 19.1 4.9 14.3
New York City 45.5 16.3 29.2
Reg- 8 Nassau-Suffolk
Nassau 19.4 3.3 16.1
Suffolk 15.2 3.3 12.0
Nassau-Suffolk 17.1 3.3 13.9
New York State 37.8 6.7 31.1

s: Data do not meet reporting criteria