Health Trends in Hawai'i  data table.
Overweight and Obesity, by Body Mass Index, Hawai`i vs. U.S.
Percent of population aged 18 and older
YearHawai`i - OverweightU.S. - OverweightHawai`i - ObesityU.S. - Obesity
199028.3 %33.1 %9.1 %11.6 %
199129.7 %33.6 %10.7 %12.6 %
199231.6 %34.6 %9.7 %12.6 %
199332.2 %35.3 %10.3 %13.7 %
199430.6 %35.4 %10.6 %14.4 %
199532.0 %35.5 %10.8 %15.8 %
199631.8 %35.4 %12.9 %16.8 %
199736.6 %36.3 %13.6 %16.6 %
199832.2 %36.3 %15.5 %18.3 %
199934.4 %36.8 %15.7 %19.7 %
200034.5 %36.7 %15.7 %20.1 %
200133.5 %37.2 %17.9 %21.0 %
200236.0 %37.0 %17.1 %22.1 %
200333.6 %36.7 %16.4 %22.8 %
200431.9 %36.9 %20.9 %23.2 %
200533.3 %36.7 %19.7 %24.4 %
200635.5 %36.5 %20.6 %25.1 %
200735.1 %36.7 %21.7 %26.3 %
200834.2 %36.5 %23.1 %26.6 %
200934.9 %36.2 %22.9 %27.2 %
201034.1 %36.2 %23.1 %27.6 %
201133.8 %35.7 %21.9 %27.8 %

N/A = Not Available

Source: Hawai`i State Department of Health, Health Promotion and Education Office, Hawaii's Health Risk Behaviors.; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System.

Note: Overweight is defined as having a body mass index (BMI) of greater than or equal to 25 and less than 30. Obesity is defined as having a BMI of 30 or greater. BMI is defined as weight in kilograms divided by height in meters squared (kg/m¦).