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Multiple Year (2006 ~ 2010) Child Asthma Call-back Survey Prevalence Tables

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TABLE 8a. Estimated percent advised to make environmental changes for current1 and former2 asthma status among children3 ever diagnosed with asthma by state/territory – BRFSS Asthma Call-back Survey, United States, 2006-2010
State/Territory Current Former
Sample
size±
% SE§ 95% CI Sample
size
% SE 95% CI
Arizona 125 34.8 6.5 (22.1 – 47.5) 66 N/A N/A (N/A – N/A)
California 178 45.6 4.9 (36.0 – 55.2) 97 33.7 7.5 (19.0 – 48.4)
Connecticut 356 47.8 3.6 (40.7 – 54.9) 173 40.8 4.7 (31.6 – 50.0)
District of Columbia 120 58.3 5.7 (47.1 – 69.5) 52 37.8 8.1 (21.9 – 53.7)
Georgia 355 42.3 3.5 (35.4 – 49.2) 174 30.3 5.1 (20.3 – 40.3)
Hawaii 426 34.7 2.9 (29.0 – 40.4) 254 28.5 3.6 (21.4 – 35.6)
Illinois 172 48.3 4.9 (38.7 – 57.9) 84 50.1 7.1 (36.2 – 64.0)
Indiana 351 44.0 3.5 (37.1 – 50.9) 134 36.9 5.5 (26.1 – 47.7)
Iowa 255 31.5 3.3 (25.0 – 38.0) 114 23.2 4.4 (14.6 – 31.8)
Kansas 608 40.8 2.4 (36.1 – 45.5) 203 33.5 4.2 (25.3 – 41.7)
Louisiana 106 33.9 5.3 (23.5 – 44.3) 51 47.0 7.9 (31.5 – 62.5)
Maine 292 41.5 3.4 (34.8 – 48.2) 135 35.7 5.2 (25.5 – 45.9)
Maryland 393 41.2 3.2 (34.9 – 47.5) 194 27.9 3.9 (20.3 – 35.5)
Massachusetts 272 45.0 4.4 (36.4 – 53.6) 137 35.1 5.6 (24.1 – 46.1)
Michigan 490 48.3 3.0 (42.4 – 54.2) 169 43.8 5.3 (33.4 – 54.2)
Mississippi 81 64.1 7.1 (50.2 – 78.0) 29 50.8 10.8 (29.6 – 72.0)
Missouri 234 47.6 4.8 (38.2 – 57.0) 88 50.1 7.3 (35.8 – 64.4)
Montana 212 39.4 4.3 (31.0 – 47.8) 114 25.6 4.7 (16.4 – 34.8)
Nebraska 488 39.5 3.8 (32.1 – 46.9) 207 32.7 5.8 (21.3 – 44.1)
New Hampshire 153 45.4 4.7 (36.2 – 54.6) 72 40.1 6.9 (26.6 – 53.6)
New Jersey 308 40.1 3.9 (32.5 – 47.7) 148 35.4 5.9 (23.8 – 47.0)
New Mexico 239 34.6 4.5 (25.8 – 43.4) 107 22.9 4.9 (13.3 – 32.5)
New York 284 51.8 3.9 (44.2 – 59.4) 147 35.2 5.1 (25.2 – 45.2)
North Dakota 102 38.8 5.6 (27.8 – 49.8) 51 36.1 7.7 (21.0 – 51.2)
Ohio 228 41.2 4.6 (32.2 – 50.2) 106 30.8 6.3 (18.5 – 43.1)
Oklahoma 254 34.1 3.6 (27.0 – 41.2) 74 30.4 6.0 (18.6 – 42.2)
Oregon 197 31.8 3.8 (24.4 – 39.2) 116 32.8 5.2 (22.6 – 43.0)
Pennsylvania 135 36.3 5.6 (25.3 – 47.3) 65 41.1 8.4 (24.6 – 57.6)
Rhode Island 160 41.3 4.9 (31.7 – 50.9) 64 34.9 7.0 (21.2 – 48.6)
Texas 492 34.3 3.2 (28.0 – 40.6) 261 40.4 5.1 (30.4 – 50.4)
Utah 377 26.3 2.9 (20.6 – 32.0) 170 28.7 5.2 (18.5 – 38.9)
Vermont 393 41.5 2.9 (35.8 – 47.2) 186 41.2 4.2 (33.0 – 49.4)
Virginia 87 41.7 8.6 (24.8 – 58.6) 53 28.8 7.6 (13.9 – 43.7)
Washington 350 39.5 3.4 (32.8 – 46.2) 219 37.3 4.5 (28.5 – 46.1)
West Virginia 203 40.2 4.0 (32.4 – 48.0) 67 24.0 5.6 (13.0 – 35.0)
148 36.8 5.4 (26.2 – 47.4) 119 29.7 4.9 (20.1 – 39.3)
36 state total 9,624 42.4 1.1 (40.2 – 44.6) 4,500 36.1 1.8 (32.6 – 39.6)
Median 41.0 35.1
Range 26.3-64.1 22.9-50.8

1 “Yes” response to “Do you still have asthma?”

2 “No” response to “Do you still have asthma?”

3 Aged < 18 years

± Sample size is for multiple years of participation. Responses of “Don’t Know” and “Refused” are excluded.

§ 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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