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TABLE 2. Estimated percent of active1and inactive2 asthma status among adults3 ever diagnosed with asthma by state/territory - BRFSS Asthma Call-back Survey Land Line Sample, United States, 2011

State/Territory Sample
size±
Active Inactive
Sample
size
% SE§ 95% CI Sample
size
% SE 95% CI
Alabama 251 214 80.6 5.0 (70.8 - 90.4) 37 19.4 5.0 (9.6 - 29.2)
Arizona 332 252 77.3 4.8 (67.9 - 86.7) 80 22.7 4.8 (13.3 - 32.1)
California 718 536 69.5 3.2 (63.2 - 75.8) 182 30.5 3.2 (24.2 - 36.8)
Connecticut 342 279 78.2 4.6 (69.2 - 87.2) 63 21.8 4.6 (12.8 - 30.8)
District of Columbia 221 170 76.0 5.1 (66.0 - 86.0) 51 24.0 5.1 (14.0 - 34.0)
Florida 531 416 75.2 4.3 (66.8 - 83.6) 115 24.8 4.3 (16.4 - 33.2)
Georgia 358 276 77.5 4.8 (68.1 - 86.9) 82 22.5 4.8 (13.1 - 31.9)
Hawaii 383 257 53.8 5.3 (43.4 - 64.2) 126 46.2 5.3 (35.8 - 56.6)
Illinois 245 187 72.1 6.7 (59.0 - 85.2) 58 27.9 6.7 (14.8 - 41.0)
Indiana 427 342 73.5 4.1 (65.5 - 81.5) 85 26.5 4.1 (18.5 - 34.5)
Iowa 264 207 79.8 3.8 (72.4 - 87.2) 57 20.2 3.8 (12.8 - 27.6)
Kansas 982 769 72.6 2.7 (67.3 - 77.9) 213 27.4 2.7 (22.1 - 32.7)
Louisiana 385 285 59.7 7.1 (45.8 - 73.6) 100 40.3 7.1 (26.4 - 54.2)
Maine 355 295 83.4 3.1 (77.3 - 89.5) 60 16.6 3.1 (10.5 - 22.7)
Maryland 293 227 75.8 4.1 (67.8 - 83.8) 66 24.2 4.1 (16.2 - 32.2)
Massachusetts 317 251 72.9 6.2 (60.7 - 85.1) 66 27.1 6.2 (14.9 - 39.3)
Michigan 645 547 79.6 3.4 (72.9 - 86.3) 98 20.4 3.4 (13.7 - 27.1)
Mississippi 356 281 73.5 5.0 (63.7 - 83.3) 75 26.5 5.0 (16.7 - 36.3)
Missouri 282 222 73.0 5.4 (62.4 - 83.6) 60 27.0 5.4 (16.4 - 37.6)
Montana 451 357 77.6 3.3 (71.1 - 84.1) 94 22.4 3.3 (15.9 - 28.9)
Nebraska 937 726 70.3 3.3 (63.8 - 76.8) 211 29.7 3.3 (23.2 - 36.2)
Nevada 175 142 80.7 5.3 (70.3 - 91.1) 33 19.3 5.3 (8.9 - 29.7)
New Hampshire 291 240 79.0 4.2 (70.8 - 87.2) 51 21.0 4.2 (12.8 - 29.2)
New Jersey 462 372 78.5 3.3 (72.0 - 85.0) 90 21.5 3.3 (15.0 - 28.0)
New Mexico 413 341 78.2 3.4 (71.5 - 84.9) 72 21.8 3.4 (15.1 - 28.5)
New York 190 147 71.8 6.1 (59.8 - 83.8) 43 28.2 6.1 (16.2 - 40.2)
North Carolina 307 244 77.8 4.4 (69.2 - 86.4) 63 22.2 4.4 (13.6 - 30.8)
North Dakota 238 188 71.8 6.5 (59.1 - 84.5) 50 28.2 6.5 (15.5 - 40.9)
Ohio 411 340 79.1 3.9 (71.5 - 86.7) 71 20.9 3.9 (13.3 - 28.5)
Oklahoma 399 314 70.1 4.4 (61.5 - 78.7) 85 29.9 4.4 (21.3 - 38.5)
Oregon 255 200 70.1 6.3 (57.8 - 82.4) 55 29.9 6.3 (17.6 - 42.2)
Pennsylvania 517 413 70.5 4.2 (62.3 - 78.7) 104 29.5 4.2 (21.3 - 37.7)
Rhode Island 338 273 81.1 3.3 (74.6 - 87.6) 65 18.9 3.3 (12.4 - 25.4)
Texas 758 571 65.2 5.2 (55.0 - 75.4) 187 34.8 5.2 (24.6 - 45.0)
Utah 602 460 71.9 3.6 (64.8 - 79.0) 142 28.1 3.6 (21.0 - 35.2)
Vermont 424 317 72.0 3.5 (65.1 - 78.9) 107 28.0 3.5 (21.1 - 34.9)
Washington 945 678 68.1 2.7 (62.8 - 73.4) 267 31.9 2.7 (26.6 - 37.2)
West Virginia 240 202 83.9 3.4 (77.2 - 90.6) 38 16.1 3.4 (9.4 - 22.8)
Wisconsin 287 244 76.4 5.5 (65.6 - 87.2) 43 23.6 5.5 (12.8 - 34.4)
Puerto Rico 366 326 87.1 3.0 (81.2 - 93.0) 40 12.9 3.0 (7.0 - 18.8)
40 state total 16,693 13,108 73.3 1.1 (71.1 - 75.5) 3,585 26.7 1.1 (24.5 - 28.9)
Median     75.5       24.5    
Range     53.8-87.1       12.9-46.2    

1 Aged ≥ 18 years
2 "Yes" response to "Do you still have asthma?"
3 Reported any of the following during the past year: asthma medication use, asthma symptoms, or MD visits for asthma
± Landline sample size excludes "DK/Refused"
§ Standard error
Confidence interval

 
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