BRFSS Prevalence & Trends Data

Welcome!  Here you will find the enhanced version of the BRFSS Prevalence and Trends Tool. You have the option of exploring the prevalence data by location or topic.  Both routes enable you to view and download prevalence estimates through charts, graphs, and maps based on the path you direct.  This version provides access to prevalence estimates from the BRFSS core data at the state level as well as data from Selected Metropolitan/Micropolitan Area Risk Trends (SMART). The prevalence estimates have been updated to include both crude prevalence and age-adjusted prevalence. The tool will continue to be updated as new functions and data become available.

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Explore BRFSS Data By Location

Explore BRFSS Prevalence & Trends data for all questions for one location.

States & Territories   

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Metropolitan/Micropolitan Statistical Areas (MMSAs)

Alaska Guam Oregon California Nevada Idaho Montana Wyoming Utah Arizona Colorado New Mexico Nebraska South Dakota Kansas Rhode Island Oklahoma Texas Hawaii Minnesota Iowa Missouri Arkansas Louisiana Wisconsin Illinois North Dakota Michigan Indiana Ohio Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Alabama Maine New Hampshire Vermont Connecticut New York New Jersey Pennsylvania West Virginia Maryland Delaware Virginia North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Florida Washington Massachusetts US Virgin Islands Puerto Rico District of Columbia

Explore BRFSS Data By Topic

Explore BRFSS Prevalence & Trends data for one question for all available states and MMSAs.


Work with BRFSS Data Directly

Go to the Behavioral Risk Factors Data Portal to create your own filtered BRFSS Prevalence dataset, customize visualizations, download data, and more. 

Behavioral Risk Factors Data Portal

Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System

BRFSS LogoThe Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) is the nation's premier system of health-related telephone surveys that collect state data about U.S. residents regarding their health-related risk behaviors, chronic health conditions, and use of preventive services.