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TABLE 12. Estimated percent missing days of work or usual activity among adults1 with current2 or active3 Click here to skip to citation 3 asthma status by state/territory - BRFSS Asthma Call-back Survey Land Line Sample, United States, 2012

State/Territory Current Active
Sample
size±
% SE§ 95% CI Sample
size
% SE 95% CI
Alabama 249 49.1 6.3 (36.8 - 61.4) 252 49.5 6.3 (37.2 - 61.8)
Arizona 215 33.7 7.2 (19.6 - 47.8) 222 24.9 7.2 (10.8 - 39.0)
California 311 38.2 4.4 (29.6 - 46.8) 328 36.7 4.3 (28.3 - 45.1)
Connecticut 236 40.4 6.0 (28.6 - 52.2) 245 38.0 5.9 (26.4 - 49.6)
District of Columbia 92 N/A N/A (N/A - N/A) 101 N/A N/A (N/A - N/A)
Florida 201 43.5 8.2 (27.4 - 59.6) 217 46.6 7.8 (31.3 - 61.9)
Georgia 132 32.5 6.9 (19.0 - 46.0) 149 30.1 6.2 (17.9 - 42.3)
Hawaii 142 39.9 9.3 (21.7 - 58.1) 150 31.9 6.1 (19.9 - 43.9)
Illinois 203 33.8 6.0 (22.0 - 45.6) 217 36.3 7.3 (22.0 - 50.6)
Indiana 219 28.7 5.2 (18.5 - 38.9) 241 25.5 4.7 (16.3 - 34.7)
Iowa 186 37.3 6.8 (24.0 - 50.6) 188 38.1 6.8 (24.8 - 51.4)
Kansas 360 26.5 4.7 (17.3 - 35.7) 374 26.5 4.6 (17.5 - 35.5)
Louisiana 214 39.8 7.9 (24.3 - 55.3) 226 32.0 7.2 (17.9 - 46.1)
Maine 199 34.0 5.6 (23.0 - 45.0) 211 34.3 5.4 (23.7 - 44.9)
Massachusetts 190 21.0 4.3 (12.6 - 29.4) 223 20.4 3.9 (12.8 - 28.0)
Michigan 436 32.0 4.0 (24.2 - 39.8) 475 30.9 3.8 (23.5 - 38.3)
Mississippi 217 59.8 6.4 (47.3 - 72.3) 218 61.4 6.2 (49.2 - 73.6)
Missouri 205 32.0 5.3 (21.6 - 42.4) 219 28.6 4.9 (19.0 - 38.2)
Montana 262 25.4 4.3 (17.0 - 33.8) 275 25.9 4.3 (17.5 - 34.3)
Nebraska 478 33.5 4.3 (25.1 - 41.9) 491 34.8 4.5 (26.0 - 43.6)
Nevada 133 41.5 8.5 (24.8 - 58.2) 148 41.1 8.0 (25.4 - 56.8)
New Hampshire 259 27.5 5.3 (17.1 - 37.9) 276 28.3 5.2 (18.1 - 38.5)
New Jersey 370 38.4 5.1 (28.4 - 48.4) 394 36.7 4.9 (27.1 - 46.3)
New Mexico 275 36.6 5.3 (26.2 - 47.0) 290 35.2 5.1 (25.2 - 45.2)
New York 166 31.0 6.8 (17.7 - 44.3) 182 28.2 6.6 (15.3 - 41.1)
North Carolina 147 38.1 6.7 (25.0 - 51.2) 167 32.5 6.1 (20.5 - 44.5)
North Dakota 138 20.5 5.4 (9.9 - 31.1) 137 18.8 5.2 (8.6 - 29.0)
Ohio 373 47.6 5.5 (36.8 - 58.4) 398 40.7 5.9 (29.1 - 52.3)
Oklahoma 197 39.7 6.8 (26.4 - 53.0) 199 35.5 6.7 (22.4 - 48.6)
Oregon 193 33.9 5.6 (22.9 - 44.9) 215 32.4 5.2 (22.2 - 42.6)
Pennsylvania 555 28.1 4.9 (18.5 - 37.7) 592 27.7 4.7 (18.5 - 36.9)
Rhode Island 177 33.6 5.9 (22.0 - 45.2) 181 36.2 6.6 (23.3 - 49.1)
Texas 199 41.1 9.1 (23.3 - 58.9) 207 38.2 8.9 (20.8 - 55.6)
Vermont 234 23.0 3.8 (15.6 - 30.4) 244 21.6 3.6 (14.5 - 28.7)
Washington 456 29.5 3.7 (22.2 - 36.8) 481 29.8 3.5 (22.9 - 36.7)
West Virginia 182 42.1 4.8 (32.7 - 51.5) 180 40.4 4.8 (31.0 - 49.8)
Wisconsin 180 33.5 6.9 (20.0 - 47.0) 184 33.8 6.9 (20.3 - 47.3)
37 state total 8,981 36.0 1.5 (33.1 - 38.9) 9,497 34.3 1.4 (31.6 - 37.0)
Median   33.9       33.2    
Range   20.5-59.8       18.8-61.4    

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

N/A: Estimate not available (N/A) if the unweighted sample size for the denominator was < 50 or if the relative standard error was > 0.30

 
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