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Table 1.3b
Percent of women age 18 and over who reported they had a Pap smear within the past 3 years, by State, 2000 and 2004
  2004 2000
State Percenta Standard error Percenta Standard error
Total (all reporting States) 82.3 0.2 83.7 0.2
Alabama 84.3 0.8 84.9 1.1
Alaska 84.1 1.4 87.2 1.5
Arizona 82.2 1.2 85.7 1.3
Arkansas 78.0 0.9 80.9 1.0
California 80.9 0.9 82.7 1.0
Colorado 83.3 0.8 83.9 1.3
Connecticut 84.7 0.8 85.7 0.8
Delaware 85.7 1.0 90.5 0.9
District of Columbia 86.9 1.0 87.4 1.2
Florida 82.3 0.9 83.3 0.8
Georgia 84.8 1.0 86.0 0.9
Hawaii DNC DNC 86.9 0.8
Idaho 74.2 0.9 77.8 0.9
Illinois 84.1 0.8 81.8 0.9
Indiana 78.8 0.7 81.9 1.0
Iowa 82.6 0.8 84.0 1.0
Kansas 82.4 0.6 84.4 0.8
Kentucky 82.7 0.8 82.8 0.8
Louisiana 82.1 0.6 84.8 0.7
Maine 85.1 0.9 85.5 1.1
Maryland 86.0 0.9 87.7 0.8
Massachusetts 86.4 0.7 87.0 0.6
Michigan 83.0 0.8 85.4 1.1
Minnesota 84.0 0.8 83.2 1.0
Mississippi 80.1 0.8 83.9 1.1
Missouri 81.3 0.9 83.3 0.9
Montana 81.7 0.9 85.7 1.3
Nebraska 82.1 0.7 83.6 1.0
Nevada 80.0 1.5 79.2 1.7
New Hampshire 84.8 0.8 87.2 1.1
New Jersey 82.6 0.6 81.0 1.0
New Mexico 80.2 0.8 82.8 1.0
New York 83.7 0.8 84.7 1.0
North Carolina 86.0 0.5 87.7 0.8
North Dakota 81.1 1.0 80.7 1.3
Ohio 83.2 1.1 84.5 1.2
Oklahoma 78.1 0.7 83.1 0.9
Oregon 77.6 0.8 82.5 0.9
Pennsylvania 82.3 0.7 84.4 0.9
Rhode Island 86.4 0.9 86.2 1.0
South Carolina 83.8 0.7 87.9 0.8
South Dakota 84.2 0.7 86.9 0.7
Tennessee 83.8 0.9 84.6 0.9
Texas 79.2 0.8 79.6 0.9
Utah 73.9 1.0 78.7 1.3
Vermont 84.3 0.6 85.9 0.9
Virginia 84.6 0.9 84.2 1.6
Washington 79.5 0.5 81.9 0.9
West Virginia 80.1 1.0 80.9 1.2
Wisconsin 82.0 0.9 83.9 1.0
Wyoming 82.0 0.8 77.7 1.2

a Estimates are age adjusted to the 2000 standard population using 5 age groups: 18-24, 25-34, 35-44, 45-64, 65 and over.

DNC - Data were not collected by the State.

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

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