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2010 Child Asthma Data: Prevalence Tables

 

Table L2.2
Child Lifetime 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 ** 36,642 4,348,714 (4,104,237 – 4,593,191) 34,321 3,123,004 (2,903,806 – 3,342,201)
AL 895 81,143 (63,221 – 99,066) 861 76,987 (59,197 – 94,778)
AZ 624 127,276 (88,778 – 165,775) 589 89,321 (56,005 – 122,638)
CA 835 592,276 (465,328 – 719,224) 801 398,297 (291,153 – 505,440)
CT 862 71,558 (56,847 – 86,268) 863 49,052 (37,337 – 60,767)
DC 373 14,759 (10,746 – 18,772) 344 9,555 (6,343 – 12,767)
GA 788 202,645 (160,749 – 244,541) 723 161,631 (121,275 – 201,987)
HI 856 28,184 (22,881 – 33,488) 798 19,542 (15,135 – 23,948)
IL 701 234,833 (170,519 – 299,146) 642 194,001 (137,467 – 250,536)
IN 1,188 109,063 (87,594 – 130,533) 1,127 97,589 (75,786 – 119,392)
IA 793 38,403 (28,356 – 48,451) 720 23,262 (15,331 – 31,194)
KS 1,175 40,879 (33,355 – 48,403) 1,046 31,363 (24,386 – 38,340)
KY 971 82,840 (66,956 – 98,725) 911 64,455 (45,464 – 83,447)
LA 990 70,646 (56,411 – 84,881) 880 55,816 (42,634 – 68,998)
ME 457 20,464 (15,433 – 25,495) 434 14,343 (9,814 – 18,872)
MD 1,227 127,830 (105,385 – 150,275) 1,197 88,806 (70,412 – 107,201)
MA 702 116,903 (87,620 – 146,186) 675 68,536 (47,001 – 90,070)
MI 1,017 183,030 (145,888 – 220,171) 981 145,258 (110,685 – 179,830)
MS 990 56,913 (45,433 – 68,393) 954 42,378 (32,490 – 52,267)
MO 653 121,643 (86,694 – 156,593) 602 81,947 (56,889 – 107,006)
MT 909 11,927 (9,057 – 14,798) 834 8,854 (5,781 – 11,927)
NE 1,942 23,020 (17,313 – 28,727) 1,920 15,366 (10,950 – 19,781)
NV 484 38,492 (22,711 – 54,273) 409 31,855 (17,922 – 45,788)
NJ 1,802 174,345 (148,435 – 200,255) 1,546 108,305 (87,181 – 129,428)
NM 862 33,869 (26,555 – 41,183) 830 27,114 (21,016 – 33,213)
NY 374 344,692 (233,018 – 456,365) 314 222,841 (115,594 – 330,087)
ND 606 9,658 (7,202 – 12,113) 548 4,296 (2,876 – 5,716)
OH 412 183,054 (119,131 – 246,977) 372 161,557 (90,133 – 232,981)
OK 1,025 70,262 (57,608 – 82,917) 983 56,512 (44,910 – 68,114)
OR 486 58,341 (44,040 – 72,643) 458 41,858 (28,782 – 54,935)
PA 1,309 252,404 (208,107 – 296,701) 1,149 135,791 (107,505 – 164,077)
RI 783 17,023 (13,680 – 20,366) 766 16,006 (12,493 – 19,520)
TN 201 74,018 (39,514 – 108,523) 195 80,382 (36,606 – 124,158)
TX 2,574 473,167 (380,744 – 565,591) 2,439 304,799 (232,192 – 377,406)
UT 1,916 46,648 (39,011 – 54,284) 1,862 32,821 (26,112 – 39,529)
VT 784 9,766 (7,610 – 11,922) 781 7,970 (6,300 – 9,640)
WA 2,362 91,256 (78,399 – 104,112) 2,194 67,015 (55,543 – 78,486)
WV 486 21,613 (15,169 – 28,057) 415 17,920 (11,373 – 24,466)
WI 590 86,931 (62,771 – 111,091) 529 64,525 (43,494 – 85,556)
WY 638 6,939 (5,250 – 8,627) 629 5,077 (3,619 – 6,535)
Territories
PR 398 141,648 (112,338 – 170,958) 380 87,692 (64,541 – 110,843)

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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