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2009 Adult Asthma Data: Prevalence Tables and Maps

Table L6
Adult Self-Reported Lifetime Asthma Prevalence Rate (Percent)
and Prevalence (Number) Education and State or Territory: BRFSS 2009
State Education Sample
Size
Prevalence
(percent)
Standard
Error
95% CI*
(percent)
||
||
||
Prevalence
(number)
95% CI*
(number)
U.S. Total** HS Nongrad 39,044 14.3 0.38 (13.6 – 15.1) || 3,522,798 (3,329,840 – 3,715,756)
U.S. Total** HS Grad 126,557 13.2 0.24 (12.7 – 13.7) || 8,583,303 (8,259,155 – 8,907,450)
U.S. Total** Some Coll 113,586 14.7 0.24 (14.2 – 15.2) || 8,970,777 (8,662,997 – 9,278,557)
U.S. Total** Coll Grad 142,809 12.3 0.18 (11.9 – 12.6) || 9,787,171 (9,498,102 – 10,076,239)
AL HS Nongrad 968 17.8 2.00 (13.8 – 21.7) || 77,632 (58,915 – 96,349)
AL HS Grad 2,353 11.3 0.99 (9.4 – 13.3) || 129,317 (106,324 – 152,311)
AL Some Coll 1,766 12.1 1.19 (9.7 – 14.4) || 119,587 (95,173 – 144,001)
AL Coll Grad 1,655 9.6 1.04 (7.5 – 11.6) || 91,916 (71,506 – 112,326)
AK HS Nongrad 178 11.9 2.85 (6.3 – 17.6) || 4,294 (2,284 – 6,304)
AK HS Grad 754 14.1 2.00 (10.1 – 18.0) || 22,310 (15,799 – 28,821)
AK Some Coll 713 15.4 1.96 (11.6 – 19.3) || 23,091 (17,007 – 29,174)
AK Coll Grad 776 14.2 1.94 (10.4 – 18.0) || 23,273 (16,626 – 29,920)
AZ HS Nongrad 553 9.5 2.09 (5.4 – 13.7) || 43,056 (26,251 – 59,861)
AZ HS Grad 1,411 17.4 2.36 (12.8 – 22.1) || 219,686 (155,704 – 283,668)
AZ Some Coll 1,685 16.5 1.98 (12.6 – 20.4) || 232,326 (172,685 – 291,967)
AZ Coll Grad 1,796 14.7 1.49 (11.8 – 17.6) || 254,003 (200,164 – 307,842)
AR HS Nongrad 511 13.2 2.04 (9.2 – 17.2) || 29,907 (20,606 – 39,208)
AR HS Grad 1,423 10.1 1.25 (7.6 – 12.5) || 76,660 (57,219 – 96,101)
AR Some Coll 976 14.3 1.91 (10.5 – 18.0) || 78,487 (55,933 – 101,041)
AR Coll Grad 1,076 10.1 1.29 (7.6 – 12.7) || 63,309 (46,772 – 79,846)
CA HS Nongrad 2,365 10.1 0.84 (8.5 – 11.7) || 558,107 (462,909 – 653,305)
CA HS Grad 3,431 12.6 0.88 (10.8 – 14.3) || 769,250 (656,408 – 882,093)
CA Some Coll 4,287 17.4 0.88 (15.6 – 19.1) || 1,123,657 (1,000,979 – 1,246,334)
CA Coll Grad 7,008 14.1 0.58 (12.9 – 15.2) || 1,311,949 (1,198,069 – 1,425,829)
CO HS Nongrad 737 12.6 1.94 (8.8 – 16.4) || 39,419 (26,664 – 52,173)
CO HS Grad 2,950 12.5 1.01 (10.5 – 14.5) || 119,338 (99,153 – 139,522)
CO Some Coll 3,318 15.2 1.01 (13.3 – 17.2) || 154,908 (133,227 – 176,588)
CO Coll Grad 4,871 12.6 0.63 (11.3 – 13.8) || 184,661 (165,733 – 203,589)
CT HS Nongrad 388 22.1 4.71 (12.8 – 31.4) || 28,979 (14,338 – 43,620)
CT HS Grad 1,578 12.4 1.32 (9.8 – 14.9) || 76,987 (59,918 – 94,056)
CT Some Coll 1,457 19.4 2.00 (15.5 – 23.3) || 127,021 (97,453 – 156,590)
CT Coll Grad 3,035 13.9 0.88 (12.2 – 15.6) || 177,745 (154,590 – 200,900)
DE HS Nongrad 322 19.7 3.91 (12.0 – 27.4) || 9,143 (5,101 – 13,185)
DE HS Grad 1,344 11.9 1.42 (9.1 – 14.7) || 22,715 (17,065 – 28,365)
DE Some Coll 1,125 14.5 1.73 (11.1 – 17.9) || 24,250 (18,126 – 30,374)
DE Coll Grad 1,561 15.0 1.53 (12.0 – 18.0) || 40,062 (31,358 – 48,765)
DC HS Nongrad 263 32.8 4.33 (24.2 – 41.3) || 8,883 (5,845 – 11,920)
DC HS Grad 632 14.8 1.92 (11.0 – 18.6) || 12,326 (9,010 – 15,641)
DC Some Coll 584 19.1 2.45 (14.3 – 23.9) || 13,101 (9,392 – 16,810)
DC Coll Grad 2,404 14.2 1.00 (12.3 – 16.2) || 42,079 (35,877 – 48,282)
FL HS Nongrad 1,266 11.8 1.61 (8.6 – 14.9) || 162,764 (119,123 – 206,404)
FL HS Grad 3,809 13.2 1.67 (9.9 – 16.5) || 528,448 (382,738 – 674,158)
FL Some Coll 3,375 12.9 1.18 (10.6 – 15.2) || 518,932 (418,962 – 618,903)
FL Coll Grad 3,516 9.7 0.92 (7.8 – 11.5) || 501,900 (403,460 – 600,341)
GA HS Nongrad 677 13.8 2.12 (9.7 – 18.0) || 107,575 (73,879 – 141,272)
GA HS Grad 1,755 12.1 1.53 (9.1 – 15.1) || 254,779 (186,934 – 322,624)
GA Some Coll 1,482 11.1 1.25 (8.6 – 13.5) || 193,990 (148,730 – 239,250)
GA Coll Grad 1,932 10.1 1.02 (8.1 – 12.1) || 257,032 (204,180 – 309,884)
HI HS Nongrad 332 22.5 3.91 (14.8 – 30.2) || 11,580 (6,886 – 16,275)
HI HS Grad 1,745 18.3 1.42 (15.5 – 21.1) || 52,399 (43,561 – 61,236)
HI Some Coll 1,882 18.9 1.45 (16.0 – 21.7) || 55,250 (45,991 – 64,509)
HI Coll Grad 2,700 13.5 0.92 (11.7 – 15.3) || 50,159 (43,119 – 57,199)
ID HS Nongrad 473 12.7 2.11 (8.6 – 16.9) || 14,080 (9,245 – 18,915)
ID HS Grad 1,681 13.0 1.26 (10.5 – 15.5) || 43,973 (35,122 – 52,823)
ID Some Coll 1,658 14.6 1.20 (12.2 – 17.0) || 50,078 (41,576 – 58,579)
ID Coll Grad 1,557 10.4 0.98 (8.5 – 12.4) || 35,020 (28,392 – 41,647)
IL HS Nongrad 373 16.2 2.87 (10.5 – 21.8) || 108,843 (67,415 – 150,270)
IL HS Grad 1,655 12.4 1.21 (10.1 – 14.8) || 324,378 (258,520 – 390,236)
IL Some Coll 1,561 14.8 1.37 (12.1 – 17.5) || 413,509 (332,037 – 494,981)
IL Coll Grad 2,246 12.1 0.88 (10.4 – 13.8) || 440,157 (374,586 – 505,729)
IN HS Nongrad 922 21.8 2.42 (17.1 – 26.6) || 110,875 (83,418 – 138,331)
IN HS Grad 3,551 12.1 0.93 (10.3 – 14.0) || 208,422 (175,174 – 241,670)
IN Some Coll 2,323 13.3 1.05 (11.2 – 15.4) || 163,281 (136,662 – 189,900)
IN Coll Grad 2,459 10.9 0.87 (9.2 – 12.6) || 146,204 (122,060 – 170,348)
IA HS Nongrad 392 11.4 2.44 (6.6 – 16.2) || 19,684 (10,884 – 28,483)
IA HS Grad 2,079 10.0 1.10 (7.9 – 12.2) || 76,620 (59,050 – 94,191)
IA Some Coll 1,700 10.4 1.02 (8.4 – 12.4) || 69,679 (55,581 – 83,776)
IA Coll Grad 1,820 10.9 1.02 (8.9 – 12.9) || 73,551 (59,157 – 87,944)
KS HS Nongrad 1,173 16.2 1.87 (12.5 – 19.9) || 21,944 (16,375 – 27,514)
KS HS Grad 5,609 11.9 0.71 (10.5 – 13.3) || 71,862 (62,831 – 80,894)
KS Some Coll 5,498 14.1 0.80 (12.5 – 15.7) || 87,915 (77,263 – 98,568)
KS Coll Grad 6,545 11.1 0.50 (10.1 – 12.1) || 80,809 (73,288 – 88,329)
KY HS Nongrad 1,508 22.0 2.26 (17.6 – 26.4) || 84,144 (64,490 – 103,797)
KY HS Grad 3,513 11.7 0.98 (9.7 – 13.6) || 122,759 (101,413 – 144,104)
KY Some Coll 2,384 17.9 1.58 (14.8 – 21.0) || 159,292 (129,119 – 189,466)
KY Coll Grad 2,182 12.8 1.15 (10.6 – 15.1) || 120,357 (98,269 – 142,446)
LA HS Nongrad 1,191 18.3 1.79 (14.8 – 21.8) || 70,427 (55,374 – 85,479)
LA HS Grad 2,767 10.7 0.95 (8.9 – 12.6) || 108,734 (88,791 – 128,676)
LA Some Coll 2,360 10.6 0.96 (8.7 – 12.5) || 97,549 (79,197 – 115,900)
LA Coll Grad 2,531 8.8 0.79 (7.3 – 10.4) || 89,682 (73,352 – 106,011)
ME HS Nongrad 472 21.2 2.78 (15.7 – 26.6) || 12,749 (9,018 – 16,481)
ME HS Grad 2,570 16.3 1.14 (14.1 – 18.6) || 54,084 (45,872 – 62,296)
ME Some Coll 2,068 15.5 1.05 (13.5 – 17.6) || 43,906 (37,711 – 50,101)
ME Coll Grad 2,943 13.0 0.77 (11.5 – 14.5) || 47,886 (42,066 – 53,707)
MD HS Nongrad 563 19.9 2.88 (14.2 – 25.5) || 57,417 (39,244 – 75,589)
MD HS Grad 2,253 14.0 1.31 (11.4 – 16.6) || 146,644 (117,395 – 175,893)
MD Some Coll 2,015 16.0 1.34 (13.4 – 18.7) || 173,157 (142,234 – 204,079)
MD Coll Grad 3,702 11.6 0.69 (10.2 – 12.9) || 214,196 (188,435 – 239,957)
MA HS Nongrad 1,783 20.4 2.13 (16.2 – 24.6) || 75,658 (58,922 – 92,395)
MA HS Grad 4,261 14.8 1.04 (12.8 – 16.9) || 179,726 (153,340 – 206,112)
MA Some Coll 3,871 17.7 1.24 (15.2 – 20.1) || 211,184 (178,775 – 243,594)
MA Coll Grad 6,666 14.6 0.74 (13.1 – 16.0) || 323,580 (288,819 – 358,341)
MI HS Nongrad 675 20.4 2.78 (15.0 – 25.9) || 94,649 (65,464 – 123,835)
MI HS Grad 2,990 14.8 1.03 (12.8 – 16.8) || 350,782 (298,695 – 402,870)
MI Some Coll 2,653 17.5 1.08 (15.3 – 19.6) || 404,431 (350,847 – 458,015)
MI Coll Grad 2,885 14.3 0.91 (12.5 – 16.1) || 354,062 (306,531 – 401,592)
MN HS Nongrad 249 12.4 3.50 (5.5 – 19.3) || 20,132 (8,086 – 32,178)
MN HS Grad 1,478 9.7 1.37 (7.0 – 12.4) || 98,617 (69,629 – 127,606)
MN Some Coll 1,620 10.7 1.19 (8.3 – 13.0) || 122,319 (94,037 – 150,600)
MN Coll Grad 2,243 8.4 0.76 (6.9 – 9.9) || 138,783 (113,177 – 164,388)
MS HS Nongrad 1,879 17.3 1.48 (14.4 – 20.2) || 57,529 (46,978 – 68,081)
MS HS Grad 3,661 11.7 0.85 (10.0 – 13.4) || 78,192 (66,433 – 89,951)
MS Some Coll 2,903 12.7 0.97 (10.8 – 14.6) || 77,236 (64,992 – 89,479)
MS Coll Grad 2,714 9.9 0.86 (8.2 – 11.6) || 54,791 (44,928 – 64,655)
MO HS Nongrad 535 20.7 3.52 (13.8 – 27.6) || 92,353 (56,123 – 128,582)
MO HS Grad 1,764 12.9 1.33 (10.3 – 15.5) || 188,813 (148,138 – 229,487)
MO Some Coll 1,342 13.5 1.51 (10.5 – 16.4) || 167,003 (127,623 – 206,383)
MO Coll Grad 1,391 15.0 1.65 (11.7 – 18.2) || 200,417 (152,609 – 248,226)
MT HS Nongrad 539 16.4 2.62 (11.2 – 21.5) || 8,531 (5,645 – 11,417)
MT HS Grad 2,443 14.0 1.20 (11.6 – 16.3) || 35,614 (29,244 – 41,985)
MT Some Coll 2,139 11.2 0.96 (9.3 – 13.1) || 23,386 (19,326 – 27,445)
MT Coll Grad 2,471 10.0 0.71 (8.6 – 11.4) || 23,526 (20,197 – 26,854)
NE HS Nongrad 1,193 15.4 3.44 (8.7 – 22.2) || 13,907 (6,997 – 20,817)
NE HS Grad 6,011 12.0 1.03 (10.0 – 14.0) || 48,957 (40,209 – 57,705)
NE Some Coll 4,579 12.8 1.17 (10.5 – 15.1) || 48,641 (39,220 – 58,062)
NE Coll Grad 4,131 8.9 0.82 (7.3 – 10.5) || 40,585 (32,981 – 48,190)
NV HS Nongrad 232 13.7 3.81 (6.2 – 21.2) || 19,981 (8,394 – 31,568)
NV HS Grad 1,089 14.8 2.05 (10.7 – 18.8) || 85,697 (60,441 – 110,953)
NV Some Coll 1,293 15.7 1.74 (12.3 – 19.1) || 95,282 (73,359 – 117,205)
NV Coll Grad 1,212 11.3 1.61 (8.1 – 14.5) || 71,892 (50,536 – 93,248)
NH HS Nongrad 368 24.6 3.38 (17.9 – 31.2) || 13,898 (9,734 – 18,062)
NH HS Grad 1,698 17.2 1.72 (13.8 – 20.6) || 47,034 (36,609 – 57,460)
NH Some Coll 1,419 15.7 1.55 (12.7 – 18.7) || 39,853 (31,577 – 48,130)
NH Coll Grad 2,475 15.3 1.08 (13.2 – 17.4) || 67,897 (57,834 – 77,959)
NJ HS Nongrad 900 15.4 2.00 (11.5 – 19.4) || 76,619 (55,466 – 97,772)
NJ HS Grad 3,326 14.3 1.02 (12.3 – 16.3) || 236,953 (201,323 – 272,582)
NJ Some Coll 3,035 13.5 1.08 (11.4 – 15.6) || 230,101 (191,987 – 268,215)
NJ Coll Grad 4,997 10.5 0.61 (9.3 – 11.7) || 286,100 (252,491 – 319,709)
NM HS Nongrad 966 11.4 1.60 (8.3 – 14.6) || 19,465 (13,857 – 25,074)
NM HS Grad 2,326 11.5 1.10 (9.4 – 13.7) || 46,443 (37,155 – 55,731)
NM Some Coll 2,449 15.5 1.21 (13.1 – 17.9) || 64,642 (54,029 – 75,255)
NM Coll Grad 3,055 14.3 0.91 (12.5 – 16.1) || 71,596 (62,246 – 80,946)
NY HS Nongrad 496 19.0 2.55 (14.0 – 24.0) || 292,241 (208,413 – 376,068)
NY HS Grad 1,912 14.4 1.26 (11.9 – 16.9) || 570,449 (464,527 – 676,371)
NY Some Coll 1,643 14.8 1.29 (12.3 – 17.4) || 533,417 (435,960 – 630,874)
NY Coll Grad 2,832 13.0 0.83 (11.4 – 14.6) || 747,230 (649,932 – 844,528)
NC HS Nongrad 1,732 13.6 1.54 (10.6 – 16.6) || 131,433 (101,380 – 161,485)
NC HS Grad 3,938 13.9 1.07 (11.8 – 16.0) || 282,978 (237,427 – 328,528)
NC Some Coll 3,348 14.0 1.07 (11.9 – 16.1) || 252,371 (212,213 – 292,528)
NC Coll Grad 4,211 10.9 0.89 (9.2 – 12.7) || 241,273 (200,088 – 282,459)
ND HS Nongrad 365 11.6 2.11 (7.5 – 15.8) || 4,883 (3,174 – 6,591)
ND HS Grad 1,410 11.9 1.24 (9.5 – 14.3) || 16,705 (13,112 – 20,299)
ND Some Coll 1,479 12.9 1.33 (10.2 – 15.5) || 20,070 (15,665 – 24,474)
ND Coll Grad 1,495 11.2 1.23 (8.8 – 13.6) || 17,673 (13,573 – 21,774)
OH HS Nongrad 760 19.5 2.35 (14.9 – 24.1) || 141,974 (104,741 – 179,207)
OH HS Grad 3,550 14.6 1.00 (12.7 – 16.6) || 423,775 (361,925 – 485,626)
OH Some Coll 2,447 15.8 1.24 (13.4 – 18.2) || 358,990 (298,347 – 419,632)
OH Coll Grad 2,949 13.5 1.00 (11.5 – 15.5) || 377,875 (318,072 – 437,677)
OK HS Nongrad 898 18.3 2.11 (14.2 – 22.5) || 60,076 (44,737 – 75,414)
OK HS Grad 2,523 15.8 1.15 (13.5 – 18.0) || 140,330 (118,288 – 162,372)
OK Some Coll 2,253 16.0 1.11 (13.8 – 18.2) || 124,329 (105,797 – 142,862)
OK Coll Grad 2,139 13.5 0.99 (11.6 – 15.5) || 101,767 (86,205 – 117,328)
OR HS Nongrad 239 21.2 4.19 (12.9 – 29.5) || 39,050 (21,816 – 56,285)
OR HS Grad 1,171 17.3 1.65 (14.1 – 20.6) || 150,442 (120,021 – 180,862)
OR Some Coll 1,322 15.8 1.47 (12.9 – 18.6) || 135,509 (108,713 – 162,306)
OR Coll Grad 1,520 15.3 1.16 (13.0 – 17.5) || 154,316 (129,740 – 178,891)
PA HS Nongrad 754 14.6 2.24 (10.2 – 19.0) || 108,330 (72,654 – 144,006)
PA HS Grad 3,673 12.7 0.91 (10.9 – 14.4) || 442,070 (375,956 – 508,185)
PA Some Coll 1,980 16.6 1.41 (13.8 – 19.3) || 384,853 (313,621 – 456,086)
PA Coll Grad 2,724 11.7 0.87 (10.0 – 13.4) || 362,772 (307,332 – 418,212)
RI HS Nongrad 545 18.4 2.61 (13.3 – 23.5) || 10,706 (7,378 – 14,035)
RI HS Grad 1,712 13.5 1.30 (10.9 – 16.0) || 31,196 (24,918 – 37,474)
RI Some Coll 1,511 19.6 1.76 (16.2 – 23.1) || 42,311 (33,842 – 50,781)
RI Coll Grad 2,485 14.6 0.90 (12.8 – 16.4) || 46,044 (40,142 – 51,946)
SC HS Nongrad 1,380 20.3 2.07 (16.2 – 24.3) || 86,492 (66,967 – 106,018)
SC HS Grad 3,075 12.4 1.12 (10.2 – 14.6) || 132,728 (107,884 – 157,571)
SC Some Coll 2,470 13.8 1.29 (11.3 – 16.4) || 120,543 (96,616 – 144,469)
SC Coll Grad 2,879 10.1 0.95 (8.2 – 11.9) || 105,285 (84,884 – 125,687)
SD HS Nongrad 611 13.2 2.29 (8.7 – 17.7) || 6,322 (4,087 – 8,557)
SD HS Grad 2,307 12.1 1.12 (9.9 – 14.2) || 23,379 (18,875 – 27,883)
SD Some Coll 1,921 12.8 1.36 (10.2 – 15.5) || 21,867 (16,950 – 26,785)
SD Coll Grad 1,957 9.3 0.89 (7.6 – 11.1) || 17,872 (14,419 – 21,325)
TN HS Nongrad 762 19.0 2.49 (14.2 – 23.9) || 110,049 (78,491 – 141,607)
TN HS Grad 1,976 11.7 1.11 (9.5 – 13.9) || 194,648 (156,680 – 232,616)
TN Some Coll 1,632 11.1 1.28 (8.6 – 13.6) || 162,809 (123,752 – 201,865)
TN Coll Grad 1,170 9.4 1.25 (7.0 – 11.9) || 99,251 (72,381 – 126,121)
TX HS Nongrad 1,455 7.7 1.08 (5.6 – 9.9) || 197,527 (142,364 – 252,691)
TX HS Grad 2,905 13.3 1.20 (10.9 – 15.7) || 586,677 (474,362 – 698,992)
TX Some Coll 2,943 12.6 1.11 (10.5 – 14.8) || 565,768 (463,046 – 668,489)
TX Coll Grad 4,233 13.1 0.94 (11.3 – 14.9) || 816,726 (696,227 – 937,224)
UT HS Nongrad 537 17.2 2.71 (11.9 – 22.6) || 19,237 (12,727 – 25,747)
UT HS Grad 2,712 12.9 1.02 (10.9 – 14.9) || 68,275 (57,077 – 79,472)
UT Some Coll 3,477 14.6 0.97 (12.7 – 16.5) || 100,128 (86,020 – 114,236)
UT Coll Grad 3,373 12.5 0.74 (11.0 – 13.9) || 71,871 (63,151 – 80,591)
VT HS Nongrad 379 20.2 2.77 (14.8 – 25.6) || 5,138 (3,610 – 6,666)
VT HS Grad 2,042 13.9 1.10 (11.7 – 16.0) || 22,001 (18,349 – 25,652)
VT Some Coll 1,481 17.6 1.56 (14.6 – 20.7) || 19,655 (15,821 – 23,489)
VT Coll Grad 2,727 13.2 0.80 (11.6 – 14.8) || 25,640 (22,408 – 28,872)
VA HS Nongrad 537 16.5 2.54 (11.5 – 21.5) || 79,336 (55,105 – 103,568)
VA HS Grad 1,417 11.6 1.70 (8.2 – 14.9) || 188,080 (130,372 – 245,787)
VA Some Coll 1,231 16.7 2.49 (11.8 – 21.6) || 255,357 (171,367 – 339,347)
VA Coll Grad 1,954 10.3 0.97 (8.4 – 12.2) || 237,991 (192,453 – 283,530)
WA HS Nongrad 1,333 15.5 1.67 (12.2 – 18.8) || 62,713 (48,273 – 77,154)
WA HS Grad 4,865 15.2 0.83 (13.5 – 16.8) || 174,210 (153,893 – 194,526)
WA Some Coll 6,565 15.7 0.68 (14.3 – 17.0) || 241,694 (219,619 – 263,770)
WA Coll Grad 7,408 14.6 0.59 (13.4 – 15.7) || 277,858 (254,294 – 301,421)
WV HS Nongrad 688 20.0 2.04 (16.0 – 24.0) || 38,665 (29,961 – 47,368)
WV HS Grad 1,931 10.4 0.88 (8.6 – 12.1) || 60,250 (49,753 – 70,746)
WV Some Coll 1,145 13.5 1.36 (10.8 – 16.2) || 47,765 (37,615 – 57,914)
WV Coll Grad 1,036 10.2 1.13 (8.0 – 12.4) || 30,271 (23,330 – 37,212)
WI HS Nongrad 310 18.9 4.40 (10.3 – 27.6) || 49,713 (23,861 – 75,565)
WI HS Grad 1,668 14.4 1.71 (11.0 – 17.7) || 218,575 (162,512 – 274,638)
WI Some Coll 1,292 13.2 1.48 (10.3 – 16.1) || 159,652 (122,336 – 196,969)
WI Coll Grad 1,237 12.5 1.39 (9.8 – 15.2) || 161,294 (124,661 – 197,927)
WY HS Nongrad 317 19.5 4.36 (10.9 – 28.1) || 4,689 (2,282 – 7,097)
WY HS Grad 1,860 13.9 1.19 (11.6 – 16.3) || 18,019 (14,816 – 21,222)
WY Some Coll 1,926 13.0 1.05 (10.9 – 15.1) || 16,645 (13,839 – 19,450)
WY Coll Grad 1,925 12.3 0.94 (10.5 – 14.2) || 14,983 (12,624 – 17,343)
Territories
GU HS Nongrad 139 11.1 3.16 (4.9 – 17.4) || 1,336 (547 – 2,125)
GU HS Grad 436 11.0 1.78 (7.5 – 14.5) || 4,184 (2,790 – 5,578)
GU Some Coll 316 8.7 1.55 (5.7 – 11.8) || 2,449 (1,597 – 3,301)
GU Coll Grad 367 7.9 1.57 (4.8 – 11.0) || 2,170 (1,312 – 3,028)
PR HS Nongrad 1,264 13.1 1.19 (10.7 – 15.4) || 72,856 (59,148 – 86,565)
PR HS Grad 985 15.2 1.48 (12.3 – 18.1) || 101,685 (80,809 – 122,562)
PR Some Coll 890 17.7 1.67 (14.4 – 21.0) || 136,027 (108,334 – 163,721)
PR Coll Grad 1,086 14.2 1.36 (11.6 – 16.9) || 120,558 (96,372 – 144,743)
VI HS Nongrad 458 5.5 1.23 (3.1 – 7.9) || 688 (380 – 995)
VI HS Grad 855 8.4 1.27 (5.9 – 10.9) || 2,405 (1,664 – 3,146)
VI Some Coll 452 13.9 2.08 (9.8 – 18.0) || 1,869 (1,278 – 2,459)
VI Coll Grad 710 11.6 1.70 (8.2 – 14.9) || 2,159 (1,495 – 2,823)

Notes:

*CI denotes confidence interval.

**U.S. Total includes 50 states plus the District of Columbia and excludes the three territories.

If values for the standard error and the 95% confidence interval are not provided, the normal approximation to the binomial distribution does not apply due to small sample size.

When the sample size is less than 50, estimates are not precise and should be interpreted with caution.

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