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Some United States Weight and Height Statistics for Males Aged 20 Years and Above

Some United States Weight and Height Statistics for Males Aged 20 Years and Above from Various United States CDC/NCHS, National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys (NHANES).

Some United States Weight and Height Statistics for Males Aged 20 Years and Above

Time Period When Data CollectedAverage Weight in PoundsWeight – 95th Percentile in PoundsAverage Height in InchesHeight – 95 Percentile in InchesNotes
1988-1994180.7243.869.174.0Source
1999-2002190.4267.169.374.2Source
2007-2010195.5273.669.374.1Source
2011-2014195.7275.469.274.1Source
The Source pdf documents contain a lot more information. You may notice in the summary data above that the height remains static over these time periods whereas the weight figures are increasing. These examination surveys are performed by the same organisation.

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