That is why if you REALLY want to get the true numbers you use the CDC website that I provided. Its their job to collocate every states data and track it.According to the California Department of Public Health via the links I included above, the current statewide full vaccination rate (both Pfizer/Moderna shots, or one J&J shot) in California is 58.6%.
Because it's Friday and I like you, we'll round that up to 59%!
You need to ask to speak to the manager in Sacramento, not me.
Your issue appears to be with the California Department of Public Health and county agencies like the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. They primarily use the data based on Californians of all ages, not just 12 and above.
It does get confusing because there's a few million Californians under age 12, but Sacramento and the various County governments often don't use them in their statistics. But then once in awhile, they'll use the entire state population as a point of reference. Like most government work, they aren't very good at it.
What's nice is that all of the information I offer here in this thread comes from the same primary sources;
California Department of Public Health
LA County Department of Public Health
Orange County Health Care Agency
That's a constant. It doesn't really change.
They have this really handy dandy little tool that allows you to get any variation of the vaccine metrics to analyze to your hearts desire. Just set the data metric you want, hover over the state and PRESTO, you have your data dump.
BTW, I've provided this to you many many many times before. And every time you use the same excuse, go talk to the people who run the sites you get your data from as its not your fault. How about instead of using xyz site, you actually use the site that really holds all the data.
Also just an additional FYI, here is the states REAL vaccine tracker:
Which shows the eligible population statics not the full population. Because the state actually know that the 0-11 population can't be vaccinated yet so they don't include them in the metrics.