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2010 Child Asthma Data: Prevalence Tables

 

Table C2.2
Child Current Asthma Prevalence Rate (Number)
by Sex and State or Territory: BRFSS 2010
State Male
Sample Size
Male
Prevalence
Male
95% CI *
Female
Sample Size
Female
Prevalence
Female
95% CI *
Total ** 36,498 2,884,142 (2,688,437 – 3,079,846) 34,217 2,046,722 (1,877,906 – 2,215,538)
AL 893 66,530 (49,440 – 83,619) 860 58,795 (43,134 – 74,456)
AZ 621 102,321 (68,079 – 136,562) 588 61,951 (37,402 – 86,501)
CA 834 327,175 (239,683 – 414,667) 798 203,515 (125,838 – 281,191)
CT 860 52,056 (39,031 – 65,081) 859 36,027 (25,924 – 46,130)
DC 373 12,079 (8,297 – 15,860) 344 7,393 (4,543 – 10,243)
GA 786 119,995 (87,935 – 152,056) 723 107,229 (73,166 – 141,292)
HI 853 18,441 (14,236 – 22,647) 794 12,740 (9,016 – 16,463)
IL 701 173,784 (115,354 – 232,213) 640 136,551 (84,817 – 188,285)
IN 1,185 63,777 (48,735 – 78,819) 1,125 70,853 (51,647 – 90,060)
IA 791 23,522 (15,233 – 31,812) 720 19,746 (12,332 – 27,160)
KS 1,171 27,702 (21,482 – 33,921) 1,044 24,729 (18,390 – 31,069)
KY 967 61,196 (46,651 – 75,741) 906 45,163 (30,569 – 59,757)
LA 983 48,204 (36,056 – 60,351) 879 42,530 (30,680 – 54,380)
ME 452 11,629 (7,711 – 15,547) 431 10,458 (6,393 – 14,523)
MD 1,219 93,051 (73,003 – 113,100) 1,194 62,594 (46,425 – 78,763)
MA 700 85,935 (61,538 – 110,332) 673 45,400 (27,064 – 63,737)
MI 1,013 140,083 (106,237 – 173,929) 979 112,390 (83,346 – 141,435)
MS 988 36,649 (27,724 – 45,573) 951 27,771 (19,739 – 35,803)
MO 650 84,351 (55,182 – 113,520) 600 68,537 (44,769 – 92,304)
MT 904 7,571 (5,195 – 9,947) 832 7,311 (4,589 – 10,032)
NE 1,940 15,319 (10,171 – 20,467) 1,920 11,886 (7,888 – 15,884)
NV 484 32,482 (17,191 – 47,774) 409 24,514 (11,457 – 37,570)
NJ 1,793 110,283 (89,160 – 131,406) 1,543 68,029 (52,827 – 83,230)
NM 859 22,871 (16,710 – 29,032) 826 16,728 (11,739 – 21,718)
NY 373 200,275 (112,123 – 288,426) 312 115,070 (46,359 – 183,781)
ND 602 6,106 (4,041 – 8,171) 547 2,993 (1,759 – 4,227)
OH 411 128,048 (71,531 – 184,565) 370 110,622 (52,545 – 168,700)
OK 1,022 51,944 (40,910 – 62,978) 979 40,154 (29,906 – 50,402)
OR 482 36,570 (24,822 – 48,318) 456 27,496 (16,387 – 38,605)
PA 1,300 167,276 (128,323 – 206,228) 1,138 90,226 (66,654 – 113,797)
RI 779 12,740 (9,758 – 15,722) 758 12,762 (9,533 – 15,991)
TN 201 56,580 (24,564 – 88,596) 194 36,798 (8,844 – 64,753)
TX 2,559 308,602 (233,959 – 383,244) 2,433 198,469 (134,072 – 262,867)
UT 1,909 34,242 (27,354 – 41,130) 1,856 23,371 (17,572 – 29,171)
VT 782 6,424 (4,533 – 8,314) 779 5,983 (4,499 – 7,467)
WA 2,347 54,317 (44,059 – 64,574) 2,185 36,940 (29,489 – 44,390)
WV 486 13,103 (8,193 – 18,012) 415 11,069 (6,873 – 15,265)
WI 590 66,015 (44,293 – 87,736) 528 48,274 (28,972 – 67,576)
WY 635 4,896 (3,471 – 6,321) 629 3,655 (2,341 – 4,970)
Territories
PR 398 88,457 (63,890 – 113,024) 380 36,752 (20,306 – 53,199)

 

Notes:

* CI denotes confidence interval.

** Total includes data from 38 states plus the District of Columbia and excludes the territory, Puerto Rico.

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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