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Multiple Year (2006 ~ 2010) Child Asthma Call-back Survey Prevalence Tables

TABLE 2. Estimated percent of active1 and inactive2 asthma status among children3 ever diagnosed with asthma by state/territory - BRFSS Asthma Call-back Survey, United States, 2006-2010
State/TerritorySample
size±
ActiveInactive
Sample
size
%SE§95% CISample
size
%SE95% CI
Arizona19815073.65.1(63.6 - 83.6)4826.45.1(16.4 - 36.4)
California27721577.63.5(70.7 - 84.5)6222.43.5(15.5 - 29.3)
Connecticut54942977.92.2(73.6 - 82.2)12022.12.2(17.8 - 26.4)
District of Columbia18114983.73.7(76.4 - 91.0)3216.33.7(9.0 - 23.6)
Georgia54541878.32.2(74.0 - 82.6)12721.72.2(17.4 - 26.0)
Hawaii69745467.12.3(62.6 - 71.6)24332.92.3(28.4 - 37.4)
Illinois25820081.23.1(75.1 - 87.3)5818.83.1(12.7 - 24.9)
Indiana50039881.52.2(77.2 - 85.8)10218.52.2(14.2 - 22.8)
Iowa37428277.52.5(72.6 - 82.4)9222.52.5(17.6 - 27.4)
Kansas82767783.71.6(80.6 - 86.8)15016.31.6(13.2 - 19.4)
Louisiana16112277.83.6(70.7 - 84.9)3922.23.6(15.1 - 29.3)
Maine43734477.92.5(73.0 - 82.8)9322.12.5(17.2 - 27.0)
Maryland62447879.32.0(75.4 - 83.2)14620.72.0(16.8 - 24.6)
Massachusetts41932379.02.8(73.5 - 84.5)9621.02.8(15.5 - 26.5)
Michigan68054881.22.2(76.9 - 85.5)13218.82.2(14.5 - 23.1)
Mississippi1129590.12.6(85.0 - 95.2)179.92.6(4.8 - 15.0)
Missouri32725978.23.2(71.9 - 84.5)6821.83.2(15.5 - 28.1)
Montana34025975.33.3(68.8 - 81.8)8124.73.3(18.2 - 31.2)
Nebraska71755277.92.5(73.0 - 82.8)16522.12.5(17.2 - 27.0)
New Hampshire23217879.32.7(74.0 - 84.6)5420.72.7(15.4 - 26.0)
New Jersey45835073.23.4(66.5 - 79.9)10826.83.4(20.1 - 33.5)
New Mexico35526979.12.7(73.8 - 84.4)8620.92.7(15.6 - 26.2)
New York44334781.82.2(77.5 - 86.1)9618.22.2(13.9 - 22.5)
North Dakota16012480.53.3(74.0 - 87.0)3619.53.3(13.0 - 26.0)
Ohio34626674.74.0(66.9 - 82.5)8025.34.0(17.5 - 33.1)
Oklahoma33526480.82.5(75.9 - 85.7)7119.22.5(14.3 - 24.1)
Oregon33122973.52.7(68.2 - 78.8)10226.52.7(21.2 - 31.8)
Pennsylvania20915880.43.6(73.3 - 87.5)5119.63.6(12.5 - 26.7)
Rhode Island23718979.13.6(72.0 - 86.2)4820.93.6(13.8 - 28.0)
Texas78057673.82.6(68.7 - 78.9)20426.22.6(21.1 - 31.3)
Utah57342674.72.4(70.0 - 79.4)14725.32.4(20.6 - 30.0)
Vermont59745076.71.9(73.0 - 80.4)14723.31.9(19.6 - 27.0)
Virginia14210167.66.5(54.9 - 80.3)4132.46.5(19.7 - 45.1)
Washington59439964.92.6(59.8 - 70.0)19535.12.6(30.0 - 40.2)
West Virginia27422484.32.3(79.8 - 88.8)5015.72.3(11.2 - 20.2)
Wisconsin27320773.13.7(65.8 - 80.4)6626.93.7(19.6 - 34.2)
36 state total14,56211,10977.40.8(75.8 - 79.0)3,45322.60.8(21.0 - 24.2)
Median  78.1   22.0  
Range  64.9-90.1   9.9-35.1  

1 Reported any of the following during the past year: asthma medication use, asthma symptoms, or MD visits for asthma

2 Reported none of the following during the past year: asthma medication use, asthma symptoms, or MD visits for asthma

3 Aged < 18 years

± Sample size is for multiple years of participation. Responses of “Don’t Know” and “Refused” are excluded.

§ Standard error

Confidence interval

 
  • Page last reviewed: September 30, 2012
  • Page last updated: September 30, 2012
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