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Table 1.33b: Counseling on Risk Factors by State, 2001

Smokers (age 18 and over) receiving advice to quit smoking, by State, 2001a
     
State Percent Standard error
United States 70.6 0.6
Alabama DNC DNC
Alaska 73.2 2.7
Arizona 70.6 3.1
Arkansas 71.0 2.5
California DNC DNC
Colorado DNC DNC
Connecticut 62.3 1.8
Delaware 71.5 2.5
District of Columbia DNC DNC
Florida DNC DNC
Georgia DNC DNC
Hawaii DNC DNC
Idaho DNC DNC
Illinois DNC DNC
Indiana 69.7 2.0
Iowa DNC DNC
Kansas DNC DNC
Kentucky 70.8 1.7
Louisiana 75.3 1.7
Maine 80.3 2.4
Maryland DNC DNC
Massachusetts DNC DNC
Michigan DNC DNC
Minnesota DNC DNC
Mississippi 70.3 2.6
Missouri 70.6 2.3
Montana 67.9 3.1
Nebraska 68.9 2.3
Nevada DNC DNC
New Hampshire 78.2 1.9
New Jersey 75.0 2.1
New Mexico DNC DNC
New York DNC DNC
North Carolina DNC DNC
North Dakota DNC DNC
Ohio DNC DNC
Oklahoma 67.8 2.3
Oregon DNC DNC
Pennsylvania 74.0 2.1
Rhode Island 77.4 1.8
South Carolina 68.8 2.6
South Dakota 71.7 2.0
Tennessee DNC DNC
Texas 64.8 2.0
Utah DNC DNC
Vermont DNC DNC
Virginia 77.1 2.4
Washington DNC DNC
West Virginia 77.2 2.0
Wisconsin 62.5 2.8
Wyoming 72.4 2.4

a  Measure is age adjusted.

DNC - Data system does not collect data for this population.

Source:  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System.

Table 1.33a: National Counseling on Risk Factors, 2000 Table 1.34a: National Treatment of AMI

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