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2010 Child Asthma Data: Prevalence Tables

 

Table C3
Child Current Asthma Prevalence Rate (Percent)
and Prevalence (Number) by Age and State or Territory: BRFSS 2010
State Age Group Sample Size Prevalence
(Percent)
Standard
Error
95% CI *
(Percent)
Prevalence
(Number)
95% CI *
(Number)
Total ** 0-4 15,111 5.9 0.45 (5.1 – 6.9) 964,247 (815,398 – 1,113,097)
Total ** 5-9 16,661 9.8 0.44 (9.0 – 10.7) 1,531,635 (1,393,687 – 1,669,583)
Total ** 10-14 19,275 9.4 0.44 (8.6 – 10.3) 1,329,809 (1,204,243 – 1,455,374)
Total ** 15-17 14,839 9.0 0.44 (8.1 – 9.9) 883,112 (795,294 – 970,930)
AL 0-4 384 8.3 2.01 (5.1 – 13.2) 24,121 (12,185 – 36,057)
AL 5-9 391 16.7 2.55 (12.3 – 22.3) 46,639 (31,530 – 61,748)
AL 10-14 483 12.4 1.95 (9.1 – 16.8) 33,193 (22,510 – 43,876)
AL 15-17 369 9.2 1.97 (6.0 – 13.8) 17,014 (9,728 – 24,299)
AZ 0-4 287 4.9 1.72 (2.4 – 9.6) 25,100 (7,694 – 42,506)
AZ 5-9 262 11.2 2.61 (7.0 – 17.4) 53,051 (28,056 – 78,047)
AZ 10-14 318 13.3 2.91 (8.6 – 20.1) 52,668 (28,752 – 76,583)
AZ 15-17 243 11.3 3.31 (6.3 – 19.6) 29,251 (11,819 – 46,683)
CA 0-4 381 3.9 1.25 (2.0 – 7.2) 106,449 (37,352 – 175,546)
CA 5-9 476 6.0 1.12 (4.2 – 8.6) 117,575 (74,449 – 160,700)
CA 10-14 435 7.7 1.40 (5.4 – 10.9) 195,050 (123,815 – 266,285)
CA 15-17 315 6.4 1.41 (4.1 – 9.8) 102,876 (57,863 – 147,890)
CT 0-4 414 6.1 1.61 (3.6 – 10.1) 11,764 (5,481 – 18,047)
CT 5-9 438 13.4 2.24 (9.6 – 18.5) 26,557 (17,205 – 35,908)
CT 10-14 432 13.8 2.19 (10.0 – 18.7) 29,610 (19,714 – 39,507)
CT 15-17 325 11.8 2.30 (8.0 – 17.1) 17,082 (10,243 – 23,921)
DC 0-4 231 9.0 3.12 (4.5 – 17.2) 2,247 (621 – 3,873)
DC 5-9 172 24.4 4.44 (16.8 – 34.1) 7,414 (4,394 – 10,433)
DC 10-14 156 23.5 4.73 (15.5 – 33.9) 6,227 (3,348 – 9,106)
DC 15-17 111 16.5 4.43 (9.5 – 27.1) 2,855 (1,300 – 4,409)
GA 0-4 324 6.0 1.42 (3.8 – 9.5) 45,184 (23,940 – 66,427)
GA 5-9 373 13.7 2.32 (9.7 – 18.9) 99,946 (64,227 – 135,665)
GA 10-14 389 6.0 1.19 (4.0 – 8.8) 26,349 (15,915 – 36,782)
GA 15-17 280 10.9 2.17 (7.3 – 15.9) 44,373 (26,462 – 62,285)
HI 0-4 385 11.3 1.95 (8.0 – 15.7) 7,720 (4,979 – 10,461)
HI 5-9 384 12.6 2.12 (9.0 – 17.4) 9,796 (6,402 – 13,190)
HI 10-14 439 10.7 1.88 (7.6 – 15.0) 7,665 (4,932 – 10,398)
HI 15-17 331 10.7 2.38 (6.8 – 16.3) 5,018 (2,702 – 7,335)
IL 0-4 284 7.4 2.43 (3.8 – 13.8) 66,456 (21,584 – 111,328)
IL 5-9 299 12.5 2.50 (8.4 – 18.3) 109,295 (63,877 – 154,713)
IL 10-14 377 10.4 2.63 (6.3 – 16.8) 72,509 (33,875 – 111,142)
IL 15-17 303 8.4 1.87 (5.4 – 12.9) 45,385 (25,135 – 65,634)
IN 0-4 508 7.7 1.64 (5.0 – 11.6) 34,636 (19,521 – 49,752)
IN 5-9 547 9.4 1.59 (6.7 – 13.0) 40,046 (26,173 – 53,919)
IN 10-14 618 9.2 1.58 (6.5 – 12.8) 29,728 (19,282 – 40,174)
IN 15-17 463 9.6 1.71 (6.7 – 13.5) 24,211 (15,420 – 33,002)
IA 0-4 352 5.7 1.61 (3.3 – 9.8) 11,547 (4,951 – 18,142)
IA 5-9 350 6.2 1.69 (3.6 – 10.4) 11,272 (4,990 – 17,554)
IA 10-14 407 5.9 1.20 (3.9 – 8.8) 9,927 (5,916 – 13,938)
IA 15-17 314 6.8 1.75 (4.1 – 11.1) 7,965 (3,833 – 12,097)
KS 0-4 479 4.3 1.04 (2.7 – 6.9) 8,564 (4,450 – 12,678)
KS 5-9 565 9.7 1.37 (7.3 – 12.7) 18,556 (13,226 – 23,886)
KS 10-14 577 10.6 1.50 (8.0 – 13.9) 18,324 (13,017 – 23,631)
KS 15-17 494 5.2 1.03 (3.5 – 7.6) 5,786 (3,488 – 8,084)
KY 0-4 383 4.6 1.34 (2.6 – 8.1) 11,537 (4,914 – 18,159)
KY 5-9 416 13.9 2.54 (9.6 – 19.6) 42,759 (26,598 – 58,920)
KY 10-14 534 13.5 1.93 (10.1 – 17.7) 29,185 (20,636 – 37,735)
KY 15-17 424 12.9 2.31 (9.0 – 18.1) 20,838 (13,235 – 28,442)
LA 0-4 396 4.5 1.16 (2.7 – 7.4) 14,244 (6,871 – 21,617)
LA 5-9 425 10.8 1.77 (7.8 – 14.8) 32,496 (21,518 – 43,474)
LA 10-14 532 9.9 1.66 (7.1 – 13.6) 21,434 (13,974 – 28,893)
LA 15-17 368 10.2 1.90 (7.1 – 14.6) 19,563 (12,064 – 27,062)
ME 0-4 185 3.2 1.77 (1.1 – 9.2) 2,283 (0 – 4,811)
ME 5-9 202 13.6 2.60 (9.2 – 19.5) 9,260 (5,592 – 12,928)
ME 10-14 259 9.9 1.98 (6.7 – 14.5) 5,946 (3,560 – 8,331)
ME 15-17 188 7.3 2.34 (3.8 – 13.4) 3,836 (1,335 – 6,336)
MD 0-4 536 7.3 1.42 (5.0 – 10.7) 23,376 (14,170 – 32,582)
MD 5-9 560 14.6 2.10 (10.9 – 19.2) 52,094 (36,092 – 68,095)
MD 10-14 608 15.3 2.28 (11.3 – 20.3) 45,488 (30,966 – 60,010)
MD 15-17 504 11.4 1.99 (8.1 – 15.9) 27,303 (17,472 – 37,134)
MA 0-4 291 7.7 2.04 (4.5 – 12.8) 30,311 (14,318 – 46,304)
MA 5-9 302 10.2 2.27 (6.5 – 15.5) 37,349 (20,507 – 54,192)
MA 10-14 327 13.4 2.93 (8.6 – 20.2) 32,460 (17,472 – 47,448)
MA 15-17 295 9.5 2.34 (5.8 – 15.2) 25,131 (12,574 – 37,688)
MI 0-4 350 10.4 2.27 (6.7 – 15.8) 63,905 (34,781 – 93,030)
MI 5-9 427 11.9 1.83 (8.7 – 15.9) 73,441 (50,384 – 96,499)
MI 10-14 598 9.3 1.64 (6.5 – 13.0) 52,703 (33,527 – 71,879)
MI 15-17 520 14.9 1.94 (11.5 – 19.1) 60,167 (43,719 – 76,615)
MS 0-4 380 4.3 1.20 (2.5 – 7.4) 7,576 (3,361 – 11,790)
MS 5-9 447 10.5 1.76 (7.5 – 14.5) 24,493 (16,144 – 32,843)
MS 10-14 579 11.9 1.68 (9.0 – 15.6) 20,974 (14,863 – 27,085)
MS 15-17 424 7.4 1.65 (4.7 – 11.3) 9,135 (5,029 – 13,241)
MO 0-4 234 8.7 3.02 (4.3 – 16.7) 34,771 (9,726 – 59,817)
MO 5-9 301 13.4 2.72 (8.9 – 19.7) 50,278 (28,896 – 71,661)
MO 10-14 345 13.4 2.28 (9.5 – 18.5) 41,293 (26,959 – 55,626)
MO 15-17 288 9.8 2.39 (6.0 – 15.5) 23,701 (11,914 – 35,488)
MT 0-4 379 3.5 1.10 (1.9 – 6.4) 2,158 (851 – 3,465)
MT 5-9 435 8.6 1.94 (5.4 – 13.2) 4,607 (2,462 – 6,752)
MT 10-14 471 6.4 1.60 (3.9 – 10.3) 3,597 (1,785 – 5,408)
MT 15-17 356 12.2 2.60 (8.0 – 18.3) 4,119 (2,277 – 5,962)
NE 0-4 792 3.6 1.37 (1.7 – 7.5) 4,865 (1,216 – 8,514)
NE 5-9 911 6.3 1.40 (4.1 – 9.7) 7,374 (4,088 – 10,659)
NE 10-14 1,056 9.3 1.83 (6.3 – 13.6) 9,778 (5,783 – 13,774)
NE 15-17 892 6.1 1.13 (4.3 – 8.8) 4,604 (2,943 – 6,265)
NV 0-4 178 4.0 2.11 (1.4 – 10.9) 8,091 (0 – 16,591)
NV 5-9 198 12.6 3.62 (7.1 – 21.6) 23,688 (9,539 – 37,837)
NV 10-14 253 10.7 3.16 (5.9 – 18.7) 13,560 (5,259 – 21,862)
NV 15-17 180 9.9 3.63 (4.7 – 19.6) 10,226 (2,424 – 18,029)
NJ 0-4 734 6.0 1.05 (4.2 – 8.4) 27,832 (18,006 – 37,658)
NJ 5-9 756 10.2 1.45 (7.6 – 13.4) 56,631 (40,046 – 73,216)
NJ 10-14 847 12.5 1.63 (9.7 – 16.1) 56,501 (41,351 – 71,651)
NJ 15-17 670 8.3 1.23 (6.2 – 11.0) 29,717 (21,018 – 38,415)
NM 0-4 292 3.8 1.26 (2.0 – 7.2) 5,573 (1,888 – 9,258)
NM 5-9 405 8.2 1.67 (5.5 – 12.2) 11,463 (6,751 – 16,174)
NM 10-14 482 9.9 1.56 (7.3 – 13.4) 9,882 (6,772 – 12,992)
NM 15-17 370 12.4 2.28 (8.6 – 17.6) 10,420 (6,405 – 14,436)
NY 0-4 150 5.8 2.84 (2.2 – 14.5) 63,704 (0 – 127,465)
NY 5-9 140 8.5 2.81 (4.3 – 15.9) 94,175 (30,673 – 157,678)
NY 10-14 194 9.5 2.61 (5.5 – 16.0) 103,480 (46,710 – 160,249)
NY 15-17 140 6.9 2.90 (3.0 – 15.2) 39,679 (5,926 – 73,432)
ND 0-4 256 4.2 1.58 (2.0 – 8.7) 1,762 (445 – 3,079)
ND 5-9 274 5.0 1.57 (2.7 – 9.1) 1,893 (710 – 3,076)
ND 10-14 300 7.3 1.67 (4.7 – 11.4) 2,163 (1,170 – 3,157)
ND 15-17 244 11.1 2.36 (7.3 – 16.7) 2,795 (1,575 – 4,015)
OH 0-4 152 8.1 3.04 (3.8 – 16.4) 45,336 (10,513 – 80,159)
OH 5-9 180 7.3 3.00 (3.2 – 15.8) 52,260 (8,357 – 96,162)
OH 10-14 215 8.3 2.63 (4.4 – 15.1) 58,820 (21,020 – 96,621)
OH 15-17 176 12.6 2.87 (7.9 – 19.4) 55,380 (30,167 – 80,593)
OK 0-4 451 7.2 1.37 (5.0 – 10.4) 18,470 (11,457 – 25,484)
OK 5-9 481 10.0 1.57 (7.4 – 13.6) 24,271 (16,503 – 32,039)
OK 10-14 555 13.1 2.04 (9.6 – 17.6) 28,187 (18,872 – 37,502)
OK 15-17 376 13.0 1.95 (9.6 – 17.4) 17,801 (12,330 – 23,272)
OR 0-4 182 3.7 1.44 (1.7 – 7.8) 8,575 (1,861 – 15,288)
OR 5-9 248 8.4 2.05 (5.2 – 13.4) 19,900 (9,996 – 29,805)
OR 10-14 262 9.7 1.90 (6.6 – 14.2) 16,956 (10,278 – 23,633)
OR 15-17 176 10.5 2.75 (6.2 – 17.2) 15,404 (7,040 – 23,768)
PA 0-4 527 6.1 1.39 (3.9 – 9.4) 44,239 (23,920 – 64,557)
PA 5-9 548 12.2 1.88 (9.0 – 16.4) 88,130 (59,775 – 116,485)
PA 10-14 676 10.5 1.40 (8.0 – 13.5) 56,884 (41,524 – 72,243)
PA 15-17 498 9.6 1.81 (6.6 – 13.8) 49,132 (30,184 – 68,081)
RI 0-4 303 9.4 2.20 (5.9 – 14.7) 5,621 (2,925 – 8,317)
RI 5-9 371 12.7 2.01 (9.3 – 17.2) 7,328 (4,920 – 9,736)
RI 10-14 426 12.1 1.77 (9.0 – 16.0) 5,670 (3,973 – 7,367)
RI 15-17 345 15.5 2.25 (11.6 – 20.5) 6,344 (4,434 – 8,254)
TN 0-4 101 2.2 8,898
TN 5-9 95 8.7 3.48 (3.9 – 18.4) 35,781 (7,230 – 64,331)
TN 10-14 119 6.8 2.47 (3.3 – 13.6) 27,251 (7,654 – 46,848)
TN 15-17 80 8.7 4.16 (3.3 – 21.0) 21,448 (520 – 42,376)
TX 0-4 1,044 8.0 2.08 (4.8 – 13.2) 140,331 (64,251 – 216,410)
TX 5-9 1,189 8.1 1.21 (6.0 – 10.8) 143,765 (100,949 – 186,581)
TX 10-14 1,361 7.2 0.98 (5.5 – 9.4) 121,269 (89,811 – 152,727)
TX 15-17 966 6.2 1.31 (4.1 – 9.3) 60,771 (35,071 – 86,470)
UT 0-4 801 3.0 0.69 (1.9 – 4.7) 8,197 (4,445 – 11,949)
UT 5-9 931 7.8 1.22 (5.8 – 10.6) 16,923 (11,551 – 22,295)
UT 10-14 1,025 9.3 1.24 (7.1 – 12.0) 16,659 (12,111 – 21,208)
UT 15-17 748 9.8 1.39 (7.4 – 12.9) 12,823 (9,130 – 16,516)
VT 0-4 313 8.1 2.37 (4.5 – 14.1) 2,650 (1,031 – 4,268)
VT 5-9 348 8.3 1.56 (5.7 – 11.9) 2,747 (1,709 – 3,784)
VT 10-14 457 12.4 1.73 (9.4 – 16.2) 3,747 (2,673 – 4,821)
VT 15-17 373 10.6 1.84 (7.5 – 14.8) 2,713 (1,751 – 3,674)
WA 0-4 986 4.1 0.81 (2.7 – 6.0) 17,742 (10,649 – 24,834)
WA 5-9 1,035 5.0 0.77 (3.7 – 6.8) 21,040 (14,614 – 27,467)
WA 10-14 1,266 8.0 0.92 (6.4 – 10.0) 26,163 (20,080 – 32,247)
WA 15-17 975 9.0 1.06 (7.2 – 11.3) 23,782 (18,181 – 29,384)
WV 0-4 224 3.9 1.53 (1.8 – 8.3) 4,091 (910 – 7,272)
WV 5-9 213 6.2 1.58 (3.8 – 10.2) 6,448 (3,206 – 9,690)
WV 10-14 241 9.6 2.20 (6.1 – 14.9) 8,593 (4,592 – 12,594)
WV 15-17 181 6.9 1.75 (4.2 – 11.3) 4,551 (2,294 – 6,808)
WI 0-4 202 3.6 1.64 (1.5 – 8.6) 13,018 (1,278 – 24,757)
WI 5-9 269 13.8 2.87 (9.1 – 20.5) 48,443 (27,412 – 69,475)
WI 10-14 300 8.5 1.93 (5.4 – 13.1) 27,528 (14,967 – 40,089)
WI 15-17 268 8.9 2.39 (5.2 – 14.8) 17,805 (8,076 – 27,535)
WY 0-4 260 3.3 1.22 (1.6 – 6.8) 1,306 (358 – 2,253)
WY 5-9 297 6.9 1.59 (4.3 – 10.7) 2,450 (1,310 – 3,591)
WY 10-14 356 9.2 1.68 (6.4 – 13.0) 2,389 (1,505 – 3,272)
WY 15-17 266 9.4 1.93 (6.3 – 13.9) 2,106 (1,237 – 2,975)
Territories
PR 0-4 172 13.6 3.15 (8.5 – 21.0) 35,696 (18,314 – 53,078)
PR 5-9 153 16.4 3.27 (11.0 – 23.9) 48,025 (27,802 – 68,248)
PR 10-14 214 11.2 2.27 (7.4 – 16.4) 23,640 (13,823 – 33,456)
PR 15-17 157 6.9 2.29 (3.6 – 13.0) 12,451 (4,152 – 20,750)

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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