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Those whose eduction was more than a high school diploma had a rate of 63.7%, a high school diploma 51.9% and less than a high school diploma 37.7%.

For men who have sex with men it was 67.7% (being 85.3% for those born in the USA and 35.4% for those born elsewhere) and for heterosexual men was 55.7%.

(See ‘Socio-sexual aspects’ page for more information.) The latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that 91% of white American men are circumcised, 76% of Black and 44% of Hispanic (Prevalence of Circumcision Among Men and Boys).

It then fell in the 1980s to 88%, 81% and 52% for those born in that decade [Xu et al., 2007].

The rate has always been highest in whites at 55% (born before 1890), 44% (1890s), 46% (1900s), 52% (1910s), 61% (1920s), 73% (1930s), 80% (1940s), 90% (1950s), 93% (1960s), 94% (1970s) and 88% (1980s) [Stern & Lachenbruch, 1968; Laumann et al., 1997; Xu et al., 2007].

However, the rate in those aged 16-20 years was only 32%, leading to public health concerns and a call to increase circumcision [Morris, 2007b].

Most of the men in this survey had been circumcised in infancy.

(See ‘Socio-sexual aspects’ page for more information.) The latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that 91% of white American men are circumcised, 76% of Black and 44% of Hispanic (Prevalence of Circumcision Among Men and Boys).

It then fell in the 1980s to 88%, 81% and 52% for those born in that decade [Xu et al., 2007].

The rate has always been highest in whites at 55% (born before 1890), 44% (1890s), 46% (1900s), 52% (1910s), 61% (1920s), 73% (1930s), 80% (1940s), 90% (1950s), 93% (1960s), 94% (1970s) and 88% (1980s) [Stern & Lachenbruch, 1968; Laumann et al., 1997; Xu et al., 2007].

However, the rate in those aged 16-20 years was only 32%, leading to public health concerns and a call to increase circumcision [Morris, 2007b].

Most of the men in this survey had been circumcised in infancy.

And, in a 1995 report, the same group found a 65% circumcision rate [Richters et al., 1995]. In 2006 there were 1965 claims for circumcision of males aged over 10 by a specialist and 731 by a general practitioner [Medicare, 2007a]. The circumcision rate in 1037 men aged 26 who were born in 1972–1973 in Dunedin was 40% [Dickson et al., 2005], and in a smaller study in Christchurch was 30% [Fergusson et al., 2006].