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State-based Prevalence Data of Parent Reported ADHD Diagnosis by a Health Care Provider

The data on this page are from the study: "Trends in the Parent-Report of Health Care Provider-Diagnosed and Medicated ADHD: United States, 2003—2011." [Read Summary]

Percent of Youth 4-17 Ever Diagnosed with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder by State: National Survey of Children's Health

2011

U.S. Map, ADHD, Ever Diagnosed, 2011

2007

U.S. Map, ADHD, Ever Diagnosed, 2007

2003

U.S. Map, ADHD, Ever Diagnosed, 2003

 

Ever Diagnosed – Parent Report

State

2003

2007

2011

State

2003

2007

2011

Alabama

11.1

14.3

14.0

Montana

7.1

8.5

11.7

Alaska

7.1

9.2

8.8

Nebraska

6.4

9.0

11.6

Arkansas

9.9

13.1

17.0

Nevada

7.2

5.6

5.6

Arizona

5.9

7.6

10.1

New Hampshire

9.2

8.5

11.9

California

5.3

6.2

7.3

New Jersey

7.2

9.0

7.8

Colorado

5

7.6

7.1

New Mexico

6.1

7.1

7.5

Connecticut

7.3

7.8

9.7

New York

6.3

9.2

9.9

Delaware

9.8

14.1

14.3

North Carolina

9.6

15.6

14.4

District of Columbia

6.7

7.7

9.7

North Dakota

9.4

10.0

11.6

Florida

9.2

11.6

11.2

Ohio

8.9

13.3

14.2

Georgia

9.4

9.2

12.1

Oklahoma

8.1

11.0

11.9

Hawaii

6.2

6.3

8.5

Oregon

7.2

8.8

10.8

Idaho

6.4

8.3

8.6

Pennsylvania

8.2

10.2

11.2

Illinois

6.3

6.2

9.0

Rhode Island

9.8

11.1

13.4

Indiana

7.9

13.2

15.7

South Carolina

10

12.0

15.7

Iowa

8.4

9.7

13.7

South Dakota

6.5

8.1

9.1

Kansas

8.1

10.0

11.6

Tennessee

9.9

11.3

15.2

Kentucky

10.1

12.4

18.7

Texas

7.7

7.7

10.1

Louisiana

10.3

14.2

15.8

Utah

5.5

6.7

8.3

Maine

7.9

9.6

12.9

Vermont

6.9

9.9

10.5

Maryland

9.1

11.9

11.8

Virginia

9.3

10.2

11.8

Massachusetts

8.5

9.8

11.3

Washington

7.2

9.5

9.8

Michigan

9.2

9.9

12.8

West Virginia

10.1

13.3

11.9

Minnesota

7.5

7.8

11.5

Wisconsin

8.1

9.9

12.5

Mississippi

9.6

9.9

14.0

Wyoming

7.1

9.1

9.7

Missouri

7.7

10.8

9.8

US

7.8

9.5

11.0

 

Percent of Youth Aged 4-17 with Current Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder by State: National Survey of Children's Health

2011

U.S. Map, ADHD, Current, 2011

2007

U.S. Map, Current, ADHD, 2007

Note: data on current ADHD were not collected in 2003.

 

Currently Diagnosed

State

2007

2011

State

2007

2011

Alabama

9.7

10.6

Montana

6.3

9.1

Alaska

6.0

6.0

Nebraska

6.5

8.1

Arkansas

10.9

14.6

Nevada

3.7

4.2

Arizona

5.9

8.2

New Hampshire

7.2

10.1

California

4.6

5.9

New Jersey

6.9

5.5

Colorado

5.2

5.6

New Mexico

4.3

6.2

Connecticut

5.5

7.6

New York

7.5

7.7

Delaware

10.9

11.7

North Carolina

12.8

11.6

District of Columbia

5.8

7.9

North Dakota

7.5

8.9

Florida

8.9

8.5

Ohio

9.4

11.6

Georgia

6.9

9.3

Oklahoma

8.4

9.9

Hawaii

4.5

6.0

Oregon

6.8

7.9

Idaho

6.6

6.7

Pennsylvania

7.9

9.3

Illinois

4.8

7.2

Rhode Island

9.4

11.1

Indiana

9.3

13.0

South Carolina

9.5

11.7

Iowa

7.6

11.5

South Dakota

6.6

7.4

Kansas

7.6

9.5

Tennessee

8.7

11.1

Kentucky

10.2

14.8

Texas

4.8

9.0

Louisiana

11.7

13.3

Utah

4.8

5.8

Maine

7.3

10.1

Vermont

7.8

9.4

Maryland

9.1

8.9

Virginia

8.2

9.1

Massachusetts

8.0

9.6

Washington

6.7

8.0

Michigan

8.2

11.2

West Virginia

11.1

9.9

Minnesota

6.5

9.7

Wisconsin

7.6

10.4

Mississippi

7.3

10.9

Wyoming

6.7

7.2

Missouri

8.6

8.4

US

7.2

8.8

 

 

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