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National Immunization Survey Data: 2004--tab35b_flu_iap

(among age-eligible Children by State and Immunization Action Plan)
States and Immunization Action Plans (IAP) 1+Flu4 Fully Vaccinated 6
U.S. National Total
17.5±1.1
8.4±0.8
Alabama
16.7±5.9
6.1±3.5
  AL-Jefferson Cnty
20.3±8.0
8.6±6.1
  AL-Rest of State
16.0±6.9
5.7±4.0
Alaska
16.0±6.1
8.3±4.8
Arizona
16.4±4.8
7.2±3.2
  AZ-Maricopa Cnty
16.5±6.2
6.7±4.1
  AZ-Rest of State
16.1±7.2
8.2±4.9
Arkansas
9.8±6.0
2.6±2.2
California
14.7±4.2
7.5±3.3
  CA-Los Angeles
9.6±4.6
2.3±2.1
  CA-San Diego Cnty
12.2±5.0
5.3±3.5
  CA-Santa Clara
26.8±7.6
16.0±6.4
  CA-Rest of State
16.4±6.5
9.3±5.4
Colorado
30.9±8.1
14.9±5.6
Connecticut
15.2±6.2
6.8±3.9
Delaware
27.3±8.0
14.9±6.3
District of Columbia
24.2±8.6
10.2±5.4
Florida
9.5±3.6
3.9±2.0
  FL-Dade County
5.7±4.0
2.1±2.5
  FL-Duval County
13.6±7.3
4.6±3.8
  FL-Rest of State
10.0±4.5
4.2±2.5
Georgia
19.5±7.7
7.1±3.7
  GA-Fulton/Dekalb
23.5±7.6
11.0±5.0
  GA-Rest of State
18.6±9.4
6.1±4.4
Hawaii
31.1±7.8
16.9±6.5
Idaho
8.8±4.6
2.9±2.6
Illinois
16.9±5.1
7.3±3.4
  IL-City Chicago
13.7±6.0
5.5±3.3
  IL-Rest of State
18.0±6.6
7.9±4.4
Indiana
13.8±6.0
8.2±5.4
  IN-Marion County
10.9±5.2
2.0±1.9
  IN-Rest of State
14.5±7.2
9.6±6.5
Iowa
23.3±8.2
17.9±7.4
Kansas
11.9±5.3
7.2±4.4
Kentucky
10.9±5.4
4.1±3.0
Louisiana
14.2±5.8
6.4±4.5
  LA-Orleans Parish
14.0±5.9
4.1±2.6
  LA-Rest of State
14.2±6.5
6.7±5.0
Maine
16.7±6.5
6.8±4.4
Maryland
19.4±6.0
10.5±4.2
  MD-Baltimore City
12.5±5.6
6.6±3.7
  MD-Rest of State
20.4±6.8
11.1±4.8
Massachusetts
22.3±6.3
9.8±4.3
  MA-City of Boston
17.8±6.3
7.3±4.1
  MA-Rest of State
22.8±6.9
10.0±4.7
Michigan
17.0±5.9
7.6±3.7
  MI-Detroit
6.7±4.4
2.3±2.0
  MI-Rest of State
18.3±6.7
8.3±4.2
Minnesota
30.0±9.8
19.0±8.0
Mississippi
11.6±5.6
5.5±3.3
Missouri
9.3±5.2
5.7±4.3
Montana
12.2±6.6
6.0±3.7
Nebraska
24.6±7.4
14.4±5.5
Nevada
7.6±4.0
2.4±2.2
New Hampshire
18.2±6.8
9.6±5.0
New Jersey
18.1±7.3
8.6±5.6
  NJ-City of Newark
12.3±5.4
3.1±2.2
  NJ-Rest of State
18.3±7.7
8.8±5.9
New Mexico
23.9±7.4
12.9±5.4
New York
17.7±4.5
8.8±3.1
  NY-City of NY
14.2±5.5
5.7±3.2
  NY-Rest of State
20.9±7.1
11.6±5.1
North Carolina
16.3±6.1
5.6±3.5
North Dakota
31.9±8.1
22.5±7.7
Ohio
14.9±5.0
8.0±4.0
  OH-Cuyahoga County
20.6±8.7
5.7±2.9
  OH-Franklin County
26.2±7.9
11.0±5.5
  OH-Rest of State
12.4±6.2
7.9±5.2
Oklahoma
20.9±6.6
7.4±3.6
Oregon
13.3±5.3
6.8±3.9
Pennsylvania
27.0±7.1
12.6±5.3
  PA-Philadelphia
17.2±6.2
9.2±5.3
  PA-Rest of State
28.7±8.2
13.2±6.1
Rhode Island
47.6±8.0
29.1±7.5
South Carolina
16.2±6.5
6.5±4.3
South Dakota
27.4±9.1
15.0±7.5
Tennessee
16.3±4.9
7.8±3.6
  TN-Davidson Cnty
13.5±5.6
4.3±2.9
  TN-Shelby County
11.8±5.2
3.7±2.8
  TN-Rest of State
18.0±6.8
9.5±5.0
Texas
16.6±4.3
7.3±2.8
  TX-Bexar County
11.8±5.0
4.5±2.6
  TX-City Houston
12.8±5.1
6.8±3.7
  TX-Dallas County
23.1±8.1
8.3±4.8
  TX-El Paso County
17.9±7.1
8.9±5.1
  TX-Rest of State
16.7±6.2
7.5±4.1
Utah
19.9±5.9
8.4±3.9
Vermont
28.7±8.1
16.0±6.6
Virginia
29.5±9.4
14.7±7.1
Washington
21.4±5.2
10.9±4.0
  WA-King County
30.1±8.6
13.4±6.5
  WA-Rest of State
17.7±6.3
9.9±5.0
West Virginia
8.5±4.5
2.8±2.5
Wisconsin
22.1±5.8
13.9±5.0
  WI-Milwaukee Cnty
22.6±7.0
7.8±3.8
  WI-Rest of State
22.0±7.1
15.6±6.3
Wyoming
11.7±5.0
8.2±3.9
  1. The 95% confidence intervals are approximations, particularly in states or immunization action plan areas with low coverage. In these areas, the 95% CI may include zero or negative values as a result of the approximation breaking down.


  2. For Influenza vaccines, age-eligible children were 6-23 months of age during the 9/1/2003-12/31/2003 time period. Children who were age-eligible for influenza vaccines represented a subset of all children included in the NIS (unweighted n=13,831).


  3. Children in the Q1/2004-Q4/2004 National Immunization Survey were born between February 2001 and May 2003.


  4. One or more doses of influenza vaccine administered between 9/1/2003 - 12/31/2003.

  5. Children were considered fully vaccinated if they received either of the following:
    1. No doses of influenza vaccine prior to 9/1/2003; then 2 doses of influeza from 9/1/2003 to either the date of interview or 1/31/2004.
    2. At least one dose of influenza vaccine prior to 9/1/2003; then at least one dose of influenza vaccine from 9/1/2003 - 12/31/2003.

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