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Screening and Risk Factors

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Screening and Risk Factors Report by State
(2010-2011 Tobacco Use Supplement Data)

Percent of Daily Smokers Who Stopped Smoking for 1 Day or Longer in the Past 12 Months
All Races (includes Hispanic), Both Sexes, Ages 18+
Healthy People 2020 Objective Number: n/a

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State
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Met Objective?1
Percent 2
(95% Confidence Interval)

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Number of Respondents with Screening or Risk Factor
United States n/a1 34.0 (33.3, 34.8) 7,310
Alabama n/a1 25.9 (19.5, 33.5) 71
Alaska n/a1 38.6 (33.6, 43.9) 114
Arizona n/a1 41.0 (34.7, 47.6) 86
Arkansas n/a1 33.8 (28.4, 39.7) 126
California n/a1 36.4 (33.1, 39.9) 326
Colorado n/a1 36.8 (32.1, 41.7) 135
Connecticut n/a1 44.1 (39.2, 49.1) 167
Delaware n/a1 28.6 (23.5, 34.4) 99
District of Columbia n/a1 39.0 (31.2, 47.4) 65
Florida n/a1 30.7 (27.2, 34.4) 245
Georgia n/a1 35.7 (29.0, 42.9) 135
Hawaii n/a1 34.3 (27.4, 41.8) 82
Idaho n/a1 35.5 (29.3, 42.3) 80
Illinois n/a1 33.6 (29.9, 37.6) 209
Indiana n/a1 31.9 (26.8, 37.6) 133
Iowa n/a1 38.0 (32.5, 43.9) 196
Kansas n/a1 35.8 (29.8, 42.3) 148
Kentucky n/a1 27.0 (22.4, 32.3) 151
Louisiana n/a1 31.8 (23.3, 41.8) 85
Maine n/a1 43.3 (38.3, 48.3) 220
Maryland n/a1 41.2 (36.2, 46.4) 154
Massachusetts n/a1 32.3 (26.3, 39.0) 87
Michigan n/a1 31.7 (28.2, 35.5) 169
Minnesota n/a1 38.8 (33.1, 44.7) 200
Mississippi n/a1 31.9 (25.3, 39.2) 74
Missouri n/a1 32.6 (28.0, 37.7) 180
Montana n/a1 34.9 (28.2, 42.4) 87
Nebraska n/a1 38.9 (33.2, 45.0) 122
Nevada n/a1 26.1 (22.2, 30.4) 94
New Hampshire n/a1 40.1 (35.1, 45.3) 169
New Jersey n/a1 28.0 (22.9, 33.7) 82
New Mexico n/a1 40.8 (30.1, 52.3) 44
New York n/a1 38.9 (35.1, 42.8) 262
North Carolina n/a1 37.6 (33.2, 42.3) 178
North Dakota n/a1 30.8 (25.5, 36.6) 97
Ohio n/a1 37.1 (33.8, 40.5) 295
Oklahoma n/a1 32.5 (29.2, 35.9) 146
Oregon n/a1 41.7 (36.3, 47.4) 110
Pennsylvania n/a1 32.2 (28.5, 36.1) 229
Rhode Island n/a1 42.4 (37.2, 47.7) 138
South Carolina n/a1 28.9 (22.8, 35.9) 95
South Dakota n/a1 41.2 (36.4, 46.1) 155
Tennessee n/a1 28.0 (23.8, 32.6) 118
Texas n/a1 32.0 (28.9, 35.3) 304
Utah n/a1 38.9 (31.8, 46.5) 54
Vermont n/a1 37.7 (31.6, 44.1) 131
Virginia n/a1 26.9 (22.4, 31.8) 99
Washington n/a1 40.4 (33.9, 47.2) 137
West Virginia n/a1 26.4 (21.0, 32.5) 98
Wisconsin n/a1 38.1 (33.0, 43.6) 182
Wyoming n/a1 40.0 (35.0, 45.2) 147
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 09/21/2014 12:03 am.
1 n/a - There is not a specific Healthy People 2020 Objective for this data item.
2 Source: 2010-2011 Tobacco Use Supplement to the Current Population Survey (TUS-CPS). Detailed information about survey questions can be found here.

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