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Appendix B: State-Specific Data Tables

This section tabulates detailed results by state for attitudes toward mental illness by age, sex, race/ethnicity, educational level, household income, employment status, veteran status, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, asthma, arthritis, frequent mental distress (FMD), serious psychological distress (SPD), and receipt of mental health treatment (adjusted for sex, age, racial/ethnic group, education, and household income). To view the state-specific finding from Appendix B of the report, click on the state from the list below.

Alaska

Iowa

New Mexico

South Carolina
2009 | 2007

Arkansas

Kansas
2009 | 2007

Montana

Tennessee

California
2009 | 2007

Kentucky

Nebraska

Texas

Colorado

Louisiana

Nevada
2009 | 2007

Utah

Connecticut

Maine

New Hampshire

Vermont
2009 | 2007

District of Columbia

Massachusetts
2009 | 2007

Ohio

Virginia

Georgia
2009 |  2007

Michigan
2009 | 2007

Oklahoma

Washington
2009 | 2007

Hawaii
2009 | 2007

Minnesota

Oregon

Wisconsin

Illinois

Mississippi
2009 | 2007

Puerto Rico

Wyoming
2009 | 2007

Indiana

Missouri
2009 | 2007

Rhode Island

In 2007, 35 states, DC, PR collected data, while in 2009 16 states did so; 14 states collected data in both years. However, for states that collected data in both years, only the 2009 data were used for analysis (c.f., Report Methodology section, page 6).

 
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