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 Screening and Risk Factors Report
National Cancer Institute State Cancer Profiles Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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Screening and Risk Factors Report by State
(Directly Estimated 2010 BRFSS Data)

Pap Test in Past 3 Years, No Hysterectomy
All Races (includes Hispanic), Female, Ages 21-65
Healthy People 2020 Objective Number: C-15
Increase the proportion of women who receive a cervical cancer screening based on the most recent guidelines

Sorted by Percent
State
Met
Objective
of 93.0%?1

Percent 2
(95% Confidence Interval)

Number of Respondents with Screening or Risk Factor
United States No 86.7 (86.3, 87.0) 112,539
Massachusetts Yes 93.0 (91.8, 94.1) 5,137
Maine No 91.9 (90.7, 93.1) 2,309
Connecticut No 91.7 (89.8, 93.2) 2,062
Minnesota No 91.7 (89.4, 93.5) 2,738
District of Columbia No 91.4 (89.3, 93.2) 1,223
Wisconsin No 90.9 (88.9, 92.7) 1,285
Maryland No 90.7 (89.1, 92.0) 2,780
Rhode Island No 90.3 (87.8, 92.4) 2,009
Virginia No 89.1 (85.7, 91.8) 1,454
Michigan No 88.9 (87.0, 90.6) 2,201
North Dakota No 88.8 (86.6, 90.7) 1,184
Vermont No 88.8 (86.9, 90.5) 1,981
Iowa No 88.7 (86.7, 90.4) 1,559
New Jersey No 88.6 (87.2, 89.9) 3,814
New Hampshire No 88.5 (86.1, 90.5) 1,799
South Dakota No 88.5 (86.1, 90.5) 1,644
Georgia No 88.4 (86.4, 90.2) 1,524
New York No 88.4 (86.9, 89.8) 2,596
Illinois No 88.1 (86.0, 89.9) 1,505
North Carolina No 87.8 (85.9, 89.5) 3,162
Delaware No 87.7 (84.6, 90.3) 1,232
Louisiana No 87.7 (85.9, 89.3) 1,819
Kansas No 87.4 (85.4, 89.2) 2,077
South Carolina No 87.0 (84.4, 89.3) 2,119
California No 86.7 (85.3, 87.9) 4,879
Nebraska No 86.7 (84.2, 88.8) 3,643
Washington No 86.6 (85.2, 87.8) 4,857
Colorado No 86.5 (84.6, 88.2) 2,957
Alabama No 86.4 (84.2, 88.3) 1,757
Arizona No 85.9 (82.7, 88.6) 1,240
Tennessee No 85.8 (83.4, 87.8) 1,471
Alaska No 85.6 (81.0, 89.3) 601
Ohio No 85.6 (83.8, 87.3) 2,553
Missouri No 85.5 (82.8, 87.9) 1,217
Pennsylvania No 85.4 (83.8, 87.0) 2,878
Florida No 85.1 (83.4, 86.6) 7,265
New Mexico No 84.8 (82.4, 87.0) 1,732
Kentucky No 84.6 (82.2, 86.7) 1,893
Indiana No 84.5 (82.7, 86.1) 2,390
Hawaii No 84.2 (81.7, 86.4) 1,802
Mississippi No 83.6 (81.4, 85.5) 1,717
Wyoming No 83.6 (81.0, 86.0) 1,221
Montana No 83.5 (81.1, 85.6) 1,645
West Virginia No 82.9 (80.0, 85.4) 1,067
Nevada No 82.8 (78.8, 86.1) 888
Texas No 82.3 (80.4, 84.1) 4,161
Idaho No 81.4 (79.0, 83.7) 1,472
Oklahoma No 81.0 (78.9, 82.9) 1,688
Oregon No 80.5 (77.1, 83.5) 1,086
Utah No 80.3 (77.7, 82.6) 2,518
Arkansas No 80.2 (76.0, 83.8) 728
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 09/22/2014 8:13 am.
1 Healthy People 2020 Objectives is managed by the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
2 2010 BRFSS Survey Data is the source for this data collected by the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

BRFSS Prevalence estimates presented here may vary from other published estimates due to differences in the methodology used to generate estimates.

Note: Healthy People 2020 Objectives are age-adjusted to the year 2000 standard population while these estimates are not age-adjusted.