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General Population
Total Population 3,494,851
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 546,623
Total Medicare Spending $ 6,433,270,800
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 827,101 23.7%
18-64 2,197,096 62.9%
65+ 470,654 13.5%
Gender
Male 1,701,835 48.7%
Female 1,793,016 51.3%
Race
White 2,799,554 80.1%
Black 328,005 9.4%
Asian 114,258 3.3%
Other 253,034 7.2%
Hispanic (not additive) 391,405 11.2%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 185,000 5.29% $ 1,701,800,000
Age
Under 18 1,191 0.1% $ 10,955,179
18-64 105,581 4.8% $ 971,227,662
65+ 78,228 16.6% $ 719,617,159
Gender
Male 94,288 5.5% $ 867,345,921
Female 90,712 5.1% $ 834,454,079
Race
White 126,849 4.5% $ 1,166,869,634
Black 27,240 8.3% $ 250,581,487
Asian 5,950 5.2% $ 54,735,849
Other 24,961 9.9% $ 229,613,030
Hispanic (not additive) 28,464 7.3% $ 261,840,983
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 100,711 18.4% $ 926,433,299
Age
Under 65 14,909 21.0% $ 137,146,940
65+ 85,802 18.0% $ 789,286,360
Gender
Male 44,312 19.3% $ 407,625,612
Female 56,399 17.8% $ 518,807,687
Race
White 83,016 17.5% $ 763,659,056
Black 9,151 27.9% $ 84,180,881
Asian n/a n/a n/a
Other NSD NSD NSD
Hispanic (not additive) 6,428 23.5% $ 59,131,430
Note: The above data are best estimates calculated from available data, including Diabetes spending from the American Diabetes Association, Diabetes prevalence from the CDC, population demographics from Census ACS 2007, the CMS Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey, and Medicare data from Kaiser Family Fund. Some numbers may not be additive due to rounding errors. In some cases, the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the Medicare 65+ population exceeds the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the General 65+ population. This discrepancy is due to more recent Medicare data available and diabetes patients moving over time from the 18-64 non-Medicare population into the Medicare 65+ population, as well as the difficulty in applying National prevalence rates by age and gender to Congressional District populations of varying demographic breakdowns.
       
CT - Congressional District 1
General Population
Total Population 693,239
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 119,552
Total Medicare Spending $ 1,407,016,611
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 160,553 23.2%
18-64 433,305 62.5%
65+ 99,381 14.3% Rep. John Larson (D)
Gender
Male 330,978 47.7% Contact:
Female 362,261 52.3% 106 Cannon HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Ph: (202) 225-2265
Race
White 504,973 72.8%
Black 95,309 13.7% Website:
Asian 24,028 3.5% http://larson.house.gov
Other 68,929 9.9%
Hispanic (not additive) 91,127 13.1%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 40,461 5.84% $ 372,200,000
Age
Under 18 248 0.2% $ 2,284,777
18-64 22,456 5.2% $ 206,568,393
65+ 17,757 17.9% $ 163,346,830
Gender
Male 20,263 6.1% $ 186,398,971
Female 20,198 5.6% $ 185,801,029
Race
White 24,010 4.8% $ 220,864,051
Black 8,102 8.5% $ 74,529,612
Asian 1,298 5.4% $ 11,942,406
Other 7,051 10.2% $ 64,863,931
Hispanic (not additive) 6,827 7.5% $ 62,804,875
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 22,026 18.4% $ 202,619,644
Age
Under 65 3,261 21.0% $ 29,995,296
65+ 18,766 18.0% $ 172,624,348
Gender
Male 9,691 19.3% $ 89,150,954
Female 12,335 17.8% $ 113,468,691
Note: The above data are best estimates calculated from available data, including Diabetes spending from the American Diabetes Association, Diabetes prevalence from the CDC, population demographics from Census ACS 2007, the CMS Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey, and Medicare data from Kaiser Family Fund. Some numbers may not be additive due to rounding errors. In some cases, the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the Medicare 65+ population exceeds the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the General 65+ population. This discrepancy is due to more recent Medicare data available and diabetes patients moving over time from the 18-64 non-Medicare population into the Medicare 65+ population, as well as the difficulty in applying National prevalence rates by age and gender to Congressional District populations of varying demographic breakdowns.
       
CT - Congressional District 2
General Population
Total Population 714,144
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 94,144
Total Medicare Spending $ 1,107,997,229
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 162,359 22.7%
18-64 460,966 64.5% Rep. Joe Courtney (D)
65+ 90,819 12.7%
Gender
Male 355,987 49.8% Contact:
Female 358,157 50.2% 215 Cannon HOB
Washington , DC 20515
Ph: (202) 225-2076
Race
White 629,201 88.1%
Black 26,151 3.7% Website:
Asian 18,312 2.6% http://courtney.house.gov
Other 40,480 5.7%
Hispanic (not additive) 38,561 5.4%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 31,862 4.46% $ 293,100,000
Age
Under 18 198 0.1% $ 1,823,670
18-64 18,856 4.1% $ 173,453,723
65+ 12,808 14.1% $ 117,822,606
Gender
Male 16,627 4.7% $ 152,953,733
Female 15,235 4.3% $ 140,146,267
Race
White 25,576 4.1% $ 235,270,618
Black 1,900 7.3% $ 17,482,545
Asian 846 4.6% $ 7,780,928
Other 3,540 8.7% $ 32,565,909
Hispanic (not additive) 2,470 6.4% $ 22,720,400
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 17,345 18.4% $ 159,558,887
Age
Under 65 2,568 21.0% $ 23,620,691
65+ 14,778 18.0% $ 135,938,196
Gender
Male 7,632 19.3% $ 70,204,579
Female 9,714 17.8% $ 89,354,308
Note: The above data are best estimates calculated from available data, including Diabetes spending from the American Diabetes Association, Diabetes prevalence from the CDC, population demographics from Census ACS 2007, the CMS Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey, and Medicare data from Kaiser Family Fund. Some numbers may not be additive due to rounding errors. In some cases, the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the Medicare 65+ population exceeds the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the General 65+ population. This discrepancy is due to more recent Medicare data available and diabetes patients moving over time from the 18-64 non-Medicare population into the Medicare 65+ population, as well as the difficulty in applying National prevalence rates by age and gender to Congressional District populations of varying demographic breakdowns.
       
CT - Congressional District 3
General Population
Total Population 697,260
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 112,967
Total Medicare Spending $ 1,329,521,070
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 157,580 22.6%
18-64 443,565 63.6%
65+ 96,115 13.8% Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D)
Gender
Male 334,665 48.0% Contact:
Female 362,595 52.0% 2413 Rayburn HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Ph: (202) 225-3661
Race
White 542,679 77.8%
Black 87,347 12.5% Website:
Asian 24,611 3.5% http://delauro.house.gov
Other 42,623 6.1%
Hispanic (not additive) 69,684 10.0%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 38,233 5.48% $ 351,700,000
Age
Under 18 231 0.1% $ 2,121,919
18-64 21,752 4.9% $ 200,091,991
65+ 16,250 16.9% $ 149,486,090
Gender
Male 19,244 5.8% $ 177,025,503
Female 18,989 5.2% $ 174,674,497
Race
White 25,348 4.7% $ 233,178,364
Black 7,294 8.4% $ 67,101,357
Asian 1,306 5.3% $ 12,016,883
Other 4,283 10.0% $ 39,403,396
Hispanic (not additive) 5,129 7.4% $ 47,181,062
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 20,813 18.4% $ 191,459,777
Age
Under 65 3,081 21.0% $ 28,343,218
65+ 17,732 18.0% $ 163,116,559
Gender
Male 9,158 19.3% $ 84,240,705
Female 11,656 17.8% $ 107,219,072
Note: The above data are best estimates calculated from available data, including Diabetes spending from the American Diabetes Association, Diabetes prevalence from the CDC, population demographics from Census ACS 2007, the CMS Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey, and Medicare data from Kaiser Family Fund. Some numbers may not be additive due to rounding errors. In some cases, the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the Medicare 65+ population exceeds the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the General 65+ population. This discrepancy is due to more recent Medicare data available and diabetes patients moving over time from the 18-64 non-Medicare population into the Medicare 65+ population, as well as the difficulty in applying National prevalence rates by age and gender to Congressional District populations of varying demographic breakdowns.
       
CT - Congressional District 4
General Population
Total Population 684,558
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 113,931
Total Medicare Spending $ 1,340,861,881
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 177,320 25.9%
18-64 418,912 61.2% Rep. Jim Himes (D)
65+ 88,326 12.9%
Gender
Male 332,929 48.6% Contact:
Female 351,629 51.4% 214 Cannon HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Ph: (202) 225-5541
Race
White 524,918 76.7%
Black 77,355 11.3% Website:
Asian 27,481 4.0% http://himes.house.gov
Other 54,804 8.0%
Hispanic (not additive) 102,400 15.0%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 38,559 5.63% $ 354,700,000
Age
Under 18 280 0.2% $ 2,576,358
18-64 22,166 5.3% $ 203,899,469
65+ 16,113 18.2% $ 148,224,173
Gender
Male 19,654 5.9% $ 180,797,132
Female 18,905 5.4% $ 173,902,868
Race
White 24,915 4.7% $ 229,194,631
Black 6,565 8.5% $ 60,386,441
Asian 1,482 5.4% $ 13,635,241
Other 5,597 10.2% $ 51,483,687
Hispanic (not additive) 7,659 7.5% $ 70,453,461
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 20,991 18.4% $ 193,092,928
Age
Under 65 3,107 21.0% $ 28,584,985
65+ 17,883 18.0% $ 164,507,943
Gender
Male 9,236 19.3% $ 84,959,278
Female 11,755 17.8% $ 108,133,650
Note: The above data are best estimates calculated from available data, including Diabetes spending from the American Diabetes Association, Diabetes prevalence from the CDC, population demographics from Census ACS 2007, the CMS Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey, and Medicare data from Kaiser Family Fund. Some numbers may not be additive due to rounding errors. In some cases, the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the Medicare 65+ population exceeds the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the General 65+ population. This discrepancy is due to more recent Medicare data available and diabetes patients moving over time from the 18-64 non-Medicare population into the Medicare 65+ population, as well as the difficulty in applying National prevalence rates by age and gender to Congressional District populations of varying demographic breakdowns.
       
CT - Congressional District 5
General Population
Total Population 705,650
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 106,029
Total Medicare Spending $ 1,247,867,231
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 169,289 24.0%
18-64 440,348 62.4% Rep. Chris Murphy (D)
65+ 96,013 13.6%
Gender
Male 347,276 49.2% Contact:
Female 358,374 50.8% 412 Cannon HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Ph: (202) 225-4476
Race
White 597,783 84.7%
Black 41,843 5.9% Website:
Asian 19,826 2.8% chrismurphy.house.gov
Other 46,198 6.5%
Hispanic (not additive) 89,633 12.7%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 35,885 5.09% $ 330,100,000
Age
Under 18 234 0.1% $ 2,148,456
18-64 20,352 4.6% $ 187,214,085
65+ 15,299 15.9% $ 140,737,460
Gender
Male 18,499 5.3% $ 170,170,582
Female 17,386 4.9% $ 159,929,418
Race
White 26,999 4.5% $ 248,361,970
Black 3,379 8.1% $ 31,081,532
Asian 1,018 5.1% $ 9,360,390
Other 4,489 9.7% $ 41,296,108
Hispanic (not additive) 6,379 7.1% $ 58,681,184
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 19,535 18.4% $ 179,701,087
Age
Under 65 2,892 21.0% $ 26,602,491
65+ 16,643 18.0% $ 153,098,596
Gender
Male 8,595 19.3% $ 79,066,979
Female 10,940 17.8% $ 100,634,108
Note: The above data are best estimates calculated from available data, including Diabetes spending from the American Diabetes Association, Diabetes prevalence from the CDC, population demographics from Census ACS 2007, the CMS Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey, and Medicare data from Kaiser Family Fund. Some numbers may not be additive due to rounding errors. In some cases, the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the Medicare 65+ population exceeds the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the General 65+ population. This discrepancy is due to more recent Medicare data available and diabetes patients moving over time from the 18-64 non-Medicare population into the Medicare 65+ population, as well as the difficulty in applying National prevalence rates by age and gender to Congressional District populations of varying demographic breakdowns.