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2010 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 2010
State Education Sample
Size
Prevalence
(percent)
Standard
Error
95% CI*
(percent)
||
||
||
Prevalence
(number)
95% CI*
(number)
U.S. Total** HS Nongrad 41,605 14.3 0.34 (13.6 – 15.0) || 3,353,874 (3,189,161 – 3,518,586)
U.S. Total** HS Grad 132,337 13.2 0.21 (12.8 – 13.6) || 8,516,614 (8,237,805 – 8,795,422)
U.S. Total** Some Coll 117,799 15.1 0.23 (14.6 – 15.5) || 9,149,684 (8,857,194 – 9,442,174)
U.S. Total** Coll Grad 150,393 12.4 0.17 (12.0 – 12.7) || 10,349,388 (10,055,174 – 10,643,602)
AL HS Nongrad 1,186 16.8 1.81 (13.3 – 20.4) || 80,926 (62,206 – 99,647)
AL HS Grad 2,589 11.4 0.94 (9.6 – 13.2) || 131,403 (109,347 – 153,459)
AL Some Coll 1,921 11.8 1.07 (9.7 – 13.9) || 107,652 (87,416 – 127,888)
AL Coll Grad 1,930 9.9 1.02 (7.9 – 11.9) || 100,905 (79,581 – 122,230)
AK HS Nongrad 144 18.2 5.01 (8.3 – 28.1) || 6,475 (2,638 – 10,311)
AK HS Grad 573 14.9 2.80 (9.4 – 20.4) || 24,151 (14,501 – 33,800)
AK Some Coll 583 15.4 2.50 (10.5 – 20.3) || 21,322 (13,922 – 28,722)
AK Coll Grad 652 12.4 1.85 (8.7 – 16.0) || 21,459 (14,980 – 27,937)
AZ HS Nongrad 638 14.8 2.72 (9.5 – 20.2) || 71,030 (44,177 – 97,883)
AZ HS Grad 1,421 14.3 1.87 (10.7 – 18.0) || 149,478 (108,150 – 190,806)
AZ Some Coll 1,742 18.1 1.73 (14.7 – 21.5) || 251,112 (199,685 – 302,539)
AZ Coll Grad 1,929 14.6 1.36 (11.9 – 17.3) || 297,720 (240,347 – 355,094)
AR HS Nongrad 520 16.3 3.60 (9.2 – 23.4) || 41,188 (21,070 – 61,307)
AR HS Grad 1,383 14.5 1.63 (11.3 – 17.7) || 110,854 (84,626 – 137,081)
AR Some Coll 997 14.4 1.91 (10.7 – 18.1) || 76,631 (54,987 – 98,275)
AR Coll Grad 1,105 10.6 1.31 (8.1 – 13.2) || 66,299 (49,561 – 83,036)
CA HS Nongrad 2,346 7.9 0.64 (6.7 – 9.2) || 418,893 (351,332 – 486,453)
CA HS Grad 3,546 11.9 0.77 (10.4 – 13.4) || 751,443 (651,562 – 851,323)
CA Some Coll 4,452 16.2 0.83 (14.5 – 17.8) || 1,079,605 (961,241 – 1,197,969)
CA Coll Grad 7,190 13.2 0.50 (12.2 – 14.2) || 1,255,084 (1,157,024 – 1,353,145)
CO HS Nongrad 655 13.9 2.37 (9.2 – 18.5) || 42,071 (26,807 – 57,334)
CO HS Grad 2,782 13.1 1.15 (10.9 – 15.4) || 121,696 (99,424 – 143,969)
CO Some Coll 3,266 16.4 1.07 (14.3 – 18.5) || 171,585 (147,566 – 195,604)
CO Coll Grad 4,898 14.7 0.75 (13.3 – 16.2) || 230,032 (205,298 – 254,767)
CT HS Nongrad 458 25.4 4.20 (17.2 – 33.7) || 35,349 (21,358 – 49,341)
CT HS Grad 1,695 13.8 1.42 (11.0 – 16.6) || 94,729 (74,116 – 115,343)
CT Some Coll 1,479 18.2 1.68 (14.9 – 21.5) || 112,472 (89,933 – 135,011)
CT Coll Grad 3,109 13.5 0.92 (11.7 – 15.3) || 168,240 (144,558 – 191,923)
DE HS Nongrad 277 19.7 3.96 (11.9 – 27.5) || 8,103 (4,604 – 11,603)
DE HS Grad 1,272 17.1 1.68 (13.8 – 20.4) || 30,930 (24,296 – 37,564)
DE Some Coll 1,102 16.5 1.79 (13.0 – 20.0) || 31,883 (24,532 – 39,233)
DE Coll Grad 1,574 11.8 1.06 (9.8 – 13.9) || 30,975 (25,334 – 36,616)
DC HS Nongrad 254 23.6 3.51 (16.7 – 30.5) || 7,077 (4,713 – 9,440)
DC HS Grad 609 16.0 2.21 (11.7 – 20.3) || 14,201 (9,970 – 18,433)
DC Some Coll 571 18.5 2.59 (13.4 – 23.6) || 14,178 (9,770 – 18,585)
DC Coll Grad 2,517 14.5 0.90 (12.8 – 16.3) || 41,263 (35,988 – 46,539)
FL HS Nongrad 3,569 16.0 1.54 (13.0 – 19.0) || 176,630 (141,752 – 211,507)
FL HS Grad 11,372 14.3 0.92 (12.5 – 16.1) || 558,798 (482,171 – 635,424)
FL Some Coll 9,876 16.1 1.01 (14.1 – 18.0) || 668,880 (577,814 – 759,946)
FL Coll Grad 10,079 11.3 0.65 (10.0 – 12.6) || 620,322 (547,582 – 693,063)
GA HS Nongrad 690 17.1 2.43 (12.3 – 21.9) || 121,579 (83,915 – 159,243)
GA HS Grad 1,592 11.9 1.24 (9.4 – 14.3) || 218,663 (171,090 – 266,237)
GA Some Coll 1,520 11.8 1.18 (9.5 – 14.1) || 228,505 (181,250 – 275,761)
GA Coll Grad 1,947 9.3 0.88 (7.6 – 11.1) || 262,599 (212,360 – 312,838)
HI HS Nongrad 325 14.1 3.04 (8.2 – 20.1) || 7,535 (4,196 – 10,875)
HI HS Grad 1,737 18.5 1.46 (15.7 – 21.4) || 53,936 (44,816 – 63,056)
HI Some Coll 1,814 19.7 1.56 (16.6 – 22.7) || 56,191 (46,360 – 66,023)
HI Coll Grad 2,639 15.7 1.00 (13.7 – 17.6) || 58,684 (50,932 – 66,437)
ID HS Nongrad 594 14.7 2.21 (10.4 – 19.0) || 16,387 (11,182 – 21,593)
ID HS Grad 2,179 12.3 1.16 (10.1 – 14.6) || 41,803 (33,571 – 50,035)
ID Some Coll 2,126 14.7 1.07 (12.5 – 16.8) || 50,792 (43,123 – 58,462)
ID Coll Grad 2,083 13.4 1.02 (11.4 – 15.4) || 46,015 (38,821 – 53,208)
IL HS Nongrad 353 18.1 3.22 (11.8 – 24.5) || 144,990 (90,091 – 199,889)
IL HS Grad 1,371 11.9 1.43 (9.0 – 14.7) || 286,120 (213,610 – 358,630)
IL Some Coll 1,424 15.7 1.42 (13.0 – 18.5) || 435,420 (352,635 – 518,206)
IL Coll Grad 2,046 12.3 1.04 (10.3 – 14.3) || 465,870 (384,744 – 546,997)
IN HS Nongrad 987 18.5 2.16 (14.2 – 22.7) || 88,129 (65,764 – 110,493)
IN HS Grad 3,845 13.1 0.88 (11.4 – 14.8) || 219,408 (188,964 – 249,852)
IN Some Coll 2,570 15.6 1.10 (13.4 – 17.7) || 190,738 (162,200 – 219,275)
IN Coll Grad 2,767 13.0 0.91 (11.2 – 14.8) || 187,634 (160,185 – 215,084)
IA HS Nongrad 402 7.7 1.39 (5.0 – 10.4) || 12,078 (7,872 – 16,285)
IA HS Grad 2,130 10.5 1.04 (8.4 – 12.5) || 78,797 (62,618 – 94,976)
IA Some Coll 1,643 14.9 1.34 (12.2 – 17.5) || 97,145 (78,514 – 115,775)
IA Coll Grad 1,897 10.9 0.99 (8.9 – 12.8) || 79,813 (64,777 – 94,849)
KS HS Nongrad 536 14.9 2.33 (10.3 – 19.5) || 20,233 (13,445 – 27,021)
KS HS Grad 2,484 13.7 1.15 (11.5 – 16.0) || 79,028 (64,977 – 93,080)
KS Some Coll 2,398 13.2 1.09 (11.1 – 15.4) || 79,810 (65,940 – 93,680)
KS Coll Grad 3,111 12.4 0.78 (10.9 – 13.9) || 98,975 (86,156 – 111,795)
KY HS Nongrad 1,224 20.0 1.83 (16.4 – 23.6) || 77,236 (63,034 – 91,439)
KY HS Grad 2,936 16.5 1.21 (14.1 – 18.8) || 180,798 (152,931 – 208,664)
KY Some Coll 1,986 14.7 1.28 (12.2 – 17.2) || 124,743 (102,224 – 147,262)
KY Coll Grad 1,862 11.2 1.26 (8.7 – 13.6) || 105,873 (81,245 – 130,502)
LA HS Nongrad 858 16.2 2.17 (11.9 – 20.5) || 64,658 (45,770 – 83,545)
LA HS Grad 2,213 12.1 1.25 (9.7 – 14.6) || 131,203 (102,361 – 160,044)
LA Some Coll 1,819 10.7 0.98 (8.8 – 12.6) || 94,575 (77,031 – 112,119)
LA Coll Grad 2,113 9.9 0.98 (7.9 – 11.8) || 97,660 (77,405 – 117,915)
ME HS Nongrad 525 23.4 2.93 (17.7 – 29.2) || 15,433 (10,987 – 19,880)
ME HS Grad 2,715 12.9 0.87 (11.2 – 14.6) || 44,959 (38,674 – 51,245)
ME Some Coll 2,031 18.1 1.34 (15.5 – 20.7) || 48,871 (40,847 – 56,895)
ME Coll Grad 2,821 15.1 0.96 (13.2 – 17.0) || 53,981 (46,670 – 61,293)
MD HS Nongrad 632 17.1 2.95 (11.3 – 22.9) || 46,411 (28,654 – 64,167)
MD HS Grad 2,535 13.4 1.23 (11.0 – 15.8) || 149,980 (120,873 – 179,087)
MD Some Coll 2,191 11.9 1.07 (9.8 – 14.0) || 128,887 (105,221 – 152,554)
MD Coll Grad 3,756 11.5 0.69 (10.1 – 12.8) || 207,697 (182,278 – 233,116)
MA HS Nongrad 1,536 23.8 2.24 (19.4 – 28.2) || 73,751 (58,027 – 89,475)
MA HS Grad 4,046 14.0 0.96 (12.1 – 15.9) || 153,073 (131,171 – 174,975)
MA Some Coll 3,717 17.0 1.06 (14.9 – 19.1) || 189,242 (163,482 – 215,001)
MA Coll Grad 6,848 14.3 0.64 (13.0 – 15.6) || 363,004 (329,342 – 396,667)
MI HS Nongrad 619 19.6 2.54 (14.7 – 24.6) || 93,085 (67,115 – 119,054)
MI HS Grad 2,773 15.4 1.12 (13.2 – 17.6) || 345,257 (291,166 – 399,349)
MI Some Coll 2,588 17.5 1.16 (15.2 – 19.8) || 405,161 (347,395 – 462,927)
MI Coll Grad 2,845 13.7 0.87 (12.0 – 15.4) || 349,708 (303,797 – 395,618)
MN HS Nongrad 438 12.9 5.09 (2.9 – 22.8) || 26,413 (3,459 – 49,367)
MN HS Grad 2,322 9.1 1.15 (6.8 – 11.3) || 95,141 (70,693 – 119,588)
MN Some Coll 2,654 13.8 1.55 (10.8 – 16.9) || 172,177 (130,509 – 213,845)
MN Coll Grad 3,500 9.6 0.85 (7.9 – 11.2) || 142,077 (116,506 – 167,649)
MS HS Nongrad 1,449 15.0 1.34 (12.3 – 17.6) || 50,472 (41,155 – 59,789)
MS HS Grad 2,647 10.9 0.91 (9.1 – 12.7) || 74,979 (62,337 – 87,621)
MS Some Coll 2,000 13.0 1.13 (10.8 – 15.2) || 76,310 (62,549 – 90,072)
MS Coll Grad 1,954 8.9 0.86 (7.2 – 10.6) || 50,772 (40,915 – 60,629)
MO HS Nongrad 596 21.2 3.61 (14.1 – 28.3) || 99,515 (62,389 – 136,640)
MO HS Grad 1,948 12.4 1.24 (9.9 – 14.8) || 182,155 (144,322 – 219,987)
MO Some Coll 1,382 15.3 1.59 (12.2 – 18.4) || 180,285 (141,020 – 219,550)
MO Coll Grad 1,481 12.8 1.27 (10.3 – 15.3) || 179,982 (143,551 – 216,413)
MT HS Nongrad 546 17.3 3.63 (10.1 – 24.4) || 10,496 (5,585 – 15,406)
MT HS Grad 2,263 12.6 1.22 (10.2 – 15.0) || 30,443 (24,366 – 36,520)
MT Some Coll 2,177 13.0 1.08 (10.9 – 15.1) || 28,964 (24,228 – 33,701)
MT Coll Grad 2,280 12.1 1.00 (10.1 – 14.0) || 28,120 (23,297 – 32,942)
NE HS Nongrad 1,227 12.8 2.04 (8.8 – 16.8) || 12,772 (8,764 – 16,780)
NE HS Grad 6,103 10.1 0.83 (8.4 – 11.7) || 40,786 (33,965 – 47,607)
NE Some Coll 4,653 14.3 1.35 (11.6 – 16.9) || 56,656 (45,227 – 68,086)
NE Coll Grad 4,329 12.3 0.96 (10.4 – 14.2) || 53,940 (45,161 – 62,719)
NV HS Nongrad 270 25.5 4.20 (17.2 – 33.7) || 30,713 (18,814 – 42,611)
NV HS Grad 1,153 14.6 2.13 (10.4 – 18.8) || 91,001 (62,464 – 119,537)
NV Some Coll 1,293 15.6 1.88 (11.9 – 19.3) || 99,483 (73,805 – 125,160)
NV Coll Grad 1,178 11.0 1.34 (8.4 – 13.6) || 63,986 (48,510 – 79,462)
NH HS Nongrad 330 17.9 2.87 (12.3 – 23.6) || 8,820 (5,847 – 11,792)
NH HS Grad 1,696 14.3 1.25 (11.9 – 16.8) || 39,554 (32,274 – 46,835)
NH Some Coll 1,539 16.1 1.35 (13.4 – 18.7) || 42,578 (34,962 – 50,193)
NH Coll Grad 2,440 14.3 0.99 (12.3 – 16.2) || 62,351 (53,298 – 71,405)
NJ HS Nongrad 858 18.0 2.07 (14.0 – 22.1) || 77,663 (58,819 – 96,508)
NJ HS Grad 3,536 12.9 0.92 (11.1 – 14.7) || 231,483 (196,907 – 266,058)
NJ Some Coll 2,944 14.2 1.00 (12.3 – 16.2) || 227,016 (193,483 – 260,549)
NJ Coll Grad 4,946 12.5 0.74 (11.0 – 13.9) || 343,578 (301,534 – 385,623)
NM HS Nongrad 791 14.0 2.82 (8.5 – 19.5) || 25,530 (14,223 – 36,837)
NM HS Grad 1,886 13.5 1.34 (10.8 – 16.1) || 56,308 (44,483 – 68,133)
NM Some Coll 1,824 16.4 1.42 (13.7 – 19.2) || 66,246 (54,057 – 78,435)
NM Coll Grad 2,467 14.3 1.01 (12.3 – 16.2) || 70,801 (60,500 – 81,102)
NY HS Nongrad 649 17.9 1.91 (14.2 – 21.7) || 212,080 (165,371 – 258,788)
NY HS Grad 2,384 14.2 1.00 (12.2 – 16.1) || 560,497 (477,777 – 643,217)
NY Some Coll 2,024 15.9 1.12 (13.7 – 18.1) || 545,381 (463,736 – 627,026)
NY Coll Grad 3,819 14.0 0.77 (12.5 – 15.5) || 906,334 (802,471 – 1,010,197)
NC HS Nongrad 1,536 18.1 1.71 (14.7 – 21.4) || 162,647 (129,658 – 195,636)
NC HS Grad 3,494 12.7 1.10 (10.6 – 14.9) || 277,176 (226,547 – 327,806)
NC Some Coll 3,022 11.8 0.91 (10.0 – 13.5) || 204,822 (172,255 – 237,389)
NC Coll Grad 4,035 11.0 0.81 (9.4 – 12.5) || 254,904 (215,797 – 294,012)
ND HS Nongrad 327 14.3 5.09 (4.2 – 24.3) || 4,842 (978 – 8,706)
ND HS Grad 1,407 11.3 1.55 (8.3 – 14.3) || 17,269 (12,283 – 22,254)
ND Some Coll 1,512 10.8 1.18 (8.4 – 13.1) || 16,853 (13,031 – 20,674)
ND Coll Grad 1,490 8.9 0.86 (7.3 – 10.6) || 13,754 (11,094 – 16,415)
OH HS Nongrad 779 19.7 2.16 (15.5 – 23.9) || 121,235 (93,068 – 149,401)
OH HS Grad 3,406 14.2 1.04 (12.2 – 16.3) || 410,971 (347,071 – 474,872)
OH Some Coll 2,525 15.0 1.20 (12.7 – 17.4) || 339,592 (281,635 – 397,549)
OH Coll Grad 3,077 11.3 0.85 (9.6 – 12.9) || 334,662 (282,687 – 386,638)
OK HS Nongrad 987 16.8 1.70 (13.4 – 20.1) || 58,562 (45,814 – 71,310)
OK HS Grad 2,467 13.3 0.98 (11.4 – 15.2) || 117,167 (99,134 – 135,201)
OK Some Coll 2,064 16.0 1.15 (13.8 – 18.2) || 118,194 (100,202 – 136,186)
OK Coll Grad 2,187 12.2 0.93 (10.4 – 14.1) || 96,616 (81,353 – 111,880)
OR HS Nongrad 299 18.0 3.49 (11.1 – 24.8) || 34,136 (19,767 – 48,506)
OR HS Grad 1,342 17.0 1.81 (13.4 – 20.5) || 145,196 (111,418 – 178,973)
OR Some Coll 1,503 18.2 1.53 (15.2 – 21.2) || 155,404 (127,333 – 183,476)
OR Coll Grad 1,863 13.7 1.03 (11.7 – 15.7) || 144,472 (122,013 – 166,930)
PA HS Nongrad 875 19.7 2.11 (15.6 – 23.9) || 138,572 (105,841 – 171,303)
PA HS Grad 4,401 12.5 0.74 (11.0 – 14.0) || 423,009 (370,705 – 475,314)
PA Some Coll 2,466 15.1 0.96 (13.2 – 17.0) || 329,003 (285,615 – 372,390)
PA Coll Grad 3,437 13.1 0.83 (11.5 – 14.8) || 451,292 (392,182 – 510,402)
RI HS Nongrad 595 18.4 2.63 (13.3 – 23.6) || 11,583 (8,034 – 15,132)
RI HS Grad 1,902 14.6 1.45 (11.8 – 17.5) || 32,825 (25,862 – 39,789)
RI Some Coll 1,544 19.2 1.80 (15.7 – 22.7) || 38,725 (30,625 – 46,825)
RI Coll Grad 2,536 16.2 1.22 (13.8 – 18.5) || 53,033 (44,349 – 61,716)
SC HS Nongrad 1,378 17.6 2.04 (13.6 – 21.6) || 76,276 (57,638 – 94,913)
SC HS Grad 3,024 12.9 1.09 (10.7 – 15.0) || 134,916 (111,112 – 158,720)
SC Some Coll 2,283 14.4 1.80 (10.9 – 17.9) || 132,688 (96,561 – 168,815)
SC Coll Grad 2,698 9.9 0.87 (8.2 – 11.6) || 107,213 (88,666 – 125,760)
SD HS Nongrad 604 18.3 3.15 (12.2 – 24.5) || 8,331 (5,183 – 11,480)
SD HS Grad 2,180 11.7 1.15 (9.4 – 13.9) || 22,000 (17,522 – 26,479)
SD Some Coll 1,872 11.5 1.32 (8.9 – 14.1) || 20,128 (15,270 – 24,986)
SD Coll Grad 2,036 10.1 1.00 (8.1 – 12.0) || 20,387 (16,193 – 24,581)
TN HS Nongrad 837 14.7 2.30 (10.1 – 19.2) || 84,605 (56,146 – 113,064)
TN HS Grad 2,080 9.1 1.15 (6.8 – 11.3) || 150,982 (111,722 – 190,242)
TN Some Coll 1,625 6.6 1.02 (4.6 – 8.6) || 94,641 (65,031 – 124,250)
TN Coll Grad 1,192 10.5 1.67 (7.2 – 13.8) || 118,974 (79,181 – 158,766)
TX HS Nongrad 2,878 7.6 0.90 (5.8 – 9.3) || 186,088 (142,432 – 229,745)
TX HS Grad 4,591 14.3 1.23 (11.9 – 16.7) || 632,849 (517,012 – 748,686)
TX Some Coll 4,498 15.9 1.22 (13.5 – 18.3) || 711,978 (593,817 – 830,139)
TX Coll Grad 6,010 11.6 1.00 (9.7 – 13.6) || 778,027 (636,542 – 919,512)
UT HS Nongrad 532 10.7 2.80 (5.2 – 16.2) || 13,643 (6,083 – 21,202)
UT HS Grad 2,886 16.0 1.28 (13.5 – 18.5) || 93,785 (77,435 – 110,134)
UT Some Coll 3,179 14.3 1.02 (12.4 – 16.3) || 89,467 (76,011 – 102,923)
UT Coll Grad 3,511 13.4 0.87 (11.7 – 15.1) || 83,835 (72,328 – 95,342)
VT HS Nongrad 398 27.1 4.17 (18.9 – 35.3) || 7,475 (4,591 – 10,359)
VT HS Grad 2,062 17.3 1.27 (14.8 – 19.8) || 26,474 (22,264 – 30,684)
VT Some Coll 1,575 16.3 1.47 (13.4 – 19.2) || 19,722 (15,873 – 23,571)
VT Coll Grad 2,736 16.3 1.01 (14.3 – 18.2) || 31,055 (26,923 – 35,187)
VA HS Nongrad 561 18.3 3.55 (11.4 – 25.3) || 90,855 (63,222 – 118,489)
VA HS Grad 1,495 13.9 1.47 (11.0 – 16.7) || 225,893 (177,837 – 273,950)
VA Some Coll 1,342 13.8 2.07 (9.7 – 17.8) || 213,070 (145,368 – 280,771)
VA Coll Grad 1,942 10.7 1.12 (8.5 – 12.9) || 248,749 (197,251 – 300,247)
WA HS Nongrad 1,170 18.4 1.98 (14.5 – 22.3) || 68,325 (52,107 – 84,543)
WA HS Grad 4,711 14.3 0.86 (12.6 – 15.9) || 178,480 (155,718 – 201,241)
WA Some Coll 6,214 17.9 0.73 (16.4 – 19.3) || 271,914 (248,639 – 295,189)
WA Coll Grad 7,383 14.8 0.60 (13.6 – 15.9) || 285,765 (261,583 – 309,947)
WV HS Nongrad 664 14.5 1.96 (10.7 – 18.4) || 29,221 (20,750 – 37,691)
WV HS Grad 1,776 9.4 0.99 (7.4 – 11.3) || 55,067 (43,065 – 67,068)
WV Some Coll 1,036 12.6 1.51 (9.6 – 15.6) || 44,994 (33,624 – 56,364)
WV Coll Grad 911 8.5 1.14 (6.2 – 10.7) || 24,019 (17,420 – 30,617)
WI HS Nongrad 374 12.0 2.83 (6.5 – 17.6) || 29,393 (14,917 – 43,869)
WI HS Grad 1,630 13.4 1.53 (10.4 – 16.4) || 183,307 (138,765 – 227,848)
WI Some Coll 1,377 13.2 1.31 (10.6 – 15.8) || 166,922 (132,908 – 200,935)
WI Coll Grad 1,360 11.9 1.47 (9.0 – 14.8) || 172,484 (127,878 – 217,090)
WY HS Nongrad 329 16.9 3.08 (10.9 – 23.0) || 4,365 (2,684 – 6,047)
WY HS Grad 1,747 12.9 1.36 (10.2 – 15.6) || 16,195 (12,585 – 19,805)
WY Some Coll 1,856 15.9 1.20 (13.6 – 18.2) || 21,076 (17,724 – 24,428)
WY Coll Grad 1,877 14.7 1.11 (12.5 – 16.8) || 18,389 (15,430 – 21,348)
Territories
GU HS Nongrad 104 12.8 4.50 (3.9 – 21.8) || 1,815 (446 – 3,185)
GU HS Grad 296 10.3 2.35 (5.7 – 14.9) || 4,455 (2,351 – 6,558)
GU Some Coll 172 13.1 3.23 (6.7 – 19.4) || 2,987 (1,438 – 4,536)
GU Coll Grad 207 7.1 2.31 (2.6 – 11.7) || 1,805 (615 – 2,995)
PR HS Nongrad 1,087 17.0 1.66 (13.7 – 20.2) || 93,662 (74,034 – 113,291)
PR HS Grad 825 14.9 1.72 (11.6 – 18.3) || 98,096 (74,159 – 122,033)
PR Some Coll 738 12.2 1.54 (9.2 – 15.3) || 96,317 (71,193 – 121,442)
PR Coll Grad 879 15.2 1.54 (12.2 – 18.2) || 127,833 (100,739 – 154,927)
VI HS Nongrad 324 5.7 1.59 (2.5 – 8.8) || 710 (309 – 1,111)
VI HS Grad 624 9.1 1.59 (6.0 – 12.2) || 2,578 (1,655 – 3,500)
VI Some Coll 331 14.3 2.51 (9.4 – 19.2) || 1,906 (1,209 – 2,603)
VI Coll Grad 511 14.8 2.46 (9.9 – 19.6) || 2,815 (1,802 – 3,827)

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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