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Appendix B: U.S. Territories Participating in the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, 1984-1996

U.S. Territories Participating in the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, 1984-1996 (Table_B1)


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Table_B1
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Appendix B:
States and U.S. Territories Participating in the
Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, 1984-1996
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                       1984   1985    1986   1987   1988    1989   1990    1991   1992   1993    1994   1995    1996
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Alabama                                S *     S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Alaska                                                               P +    S       S      S       S      S      S
Arizona                  S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Arkansas                                              P                     S              S       S      S      S
California               S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Colorado                                       P                     S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Connecticut                     S                     S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Delaware                                                             S      S       S      S       S      S      S
District of Columbia            S      S       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S             S
Florida                         S      S       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Georgia                         S      S       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Guam                                                                        P                             P      P
Hawaii                   P             S       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Idaho                    S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Illinois                 S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Indiana                  S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Iowa                                                  S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Kansas                                                               P              S      S       S      S      S
Kentucky                        S      S       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Louisiana                                                     P      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Maine                                  P       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Maryland                               P       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Massachusetts                          S       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Michigan                                       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Minnesota                S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Mississippi                     P                     P              S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Missouri                        P      S       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Montana                  S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Nebraska                                       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Nevada                                                P                     P       S      S       S      S      S
New Hampshire                                  S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
New Jersey                                                           P      S       S      S       S      S      S
New Mexico                             S       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
New York                        S      S       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
North Carolina           S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
North Dakota             P      S      S       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Ohio                     S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Oklahoma                                              S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Oregon                                                P       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Pennsylvania                                                  S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Puerto Rico                                                                                               P      P
Rhode Island             S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       P      S      S
South Carolina           S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
South Dakota             P                     S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Tennessee                S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Texas                    P                     S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Utah                     S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Vermont                                                              S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Virgin Islands                                                P             P                      P      P      P
Virginia                                                      S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Washington                                     S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
West Virginia            S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Wisconsin                S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S       S      S       S      S      S
Wyoming                                                                     P                      S      S      S

Total P                  4      2      2       1      4       2      3      4       0      0       2      3      3

Total S                 15     22      26     34     37      40     45     48      49     50      50     50     51

Total surveys           19     24      28     35     41      42     48     52      49     50      52     53     54
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* Surveillance (monthly surveys conducted throughout the year).
+ Point-in-time survey conducted during one defined period.
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