COPD Prevalence Rates and Counts by State and Gender, 2018

COPD Prevalence Rates and Counts by State and Gender, 2018

  Male Female Total
State Percent Count Percent Count Percent Count
Alabama 8.7 157,800 11.7 231,400 10.3 389,200
Alaska 5.2 15,000 6.4 16,700 5.9 32,400
Arizona 5.4 144,600 8.5 237,300 7.1 386,900
Arkansas 8.3 92,900 11.2 133,200 9.8 226,200
California 4.2 626,000 5.1 792,200 4.6 1,418,300
Colorado 3.8 83,200 5.0 111,400 4.4 194,800
Connecticut 4.8 66,000 5.8 85,200 5.3 151,300
Delaware 6.6 24,000 7.5 29,800 7.0 53,800
District of Columbia 4.2 11,300 6.3 19,200 5.3 30,600
Florida 6.7 558,100 9.7 861,800 8.3 1,419,900
Georgia 6.2 237,200 8.4 350,900 7.3 588,100
Hawaii 3.4 19,100 4.7 26,100 4.0 45,300
Idaho 5.8 37,500 5.6 36,700 5.7 74,200
Illinois 5.8 278,300 7.3 371,200 6.6 650,800
Indiana 7.6 187,500 10.3 270,700 9.0 460,800
Iowa 5.3 63,300 6.4 77,900 5.8 141,400
Kansas 6.5 70,400 7.0 78,000 6.7 148,400
Kentucky 11.9 199,700 12.3 217,500 12.1 418,900
Louisiana 7.9 134,600 11.7 215,500 9.9 351,700
Maine 7.7 40,200 8.4 46,400 8.1 87,700
Maryland 4.4 99,300 6.9 170,800 5.7 270,800
Massachusetts 4.3 112,800 5.7 163,800 5.1 278,400
Michigan 7.8 294,800 9.4 375,800 8.6 670,500
Minnesota 4.1 87,000 4.6 100,900 4.4 188,800
Mississippi 8.7 93,900 10.6 126,100 9.7 220,000
Missouri 8.0 185,000 10.1 245,700 9.1 432,600
Montana 5.6 23,300 6.5 26,800 6.0 50,000
Nebraska 6.1 44,000 6.5 47,600 6.3 91,500
Nevada 6.3 73,600 8.3 99,100 7.3 172,600
New Hampshire 7.5 40,200 8.5 46,800 8.0 87,300
New Jersey 5.4 183,400 5.7 208,600 5.6 392,100
New Mexico 5.5 42,900 7.1 57,300 6.3 100,300
New York 5.2 379,700 6.4 513,100 5.8 907,300
North Carolina 6.4 245,700 9.7 408,200 8.1 653,900
North Dakota 5.3 15,700 4.9 13,800 5.1 29,500
Ohio 7.6 335,700 9.3 433,100 8.5 768,800
Oklahoma 7.7 112,100 9.2 139,700 8.5 251,900
Oregon 6.4 103,700 7.3 122,100 6.9 229,100
Pennsylvania 6.5 319,100 7.4 383,200 7.1 719,000
Rhode Island 6.0 24,300 7.8 34,400 6.9 59,200
South Carolina 7.0 133,200 9.3 193,300 8.2 326,500
South Dakota 5.0 16,500 4.2 13,900 4.6 30,400
Tennessee 8.9 225,200 12.2 333,000 10.6 559,200
Texas 4.3 451,500 7.8 842,700 6.2 1,313,000
Utah 4.2 46,400 4.2 46,500 4.2 93,100
Vermont 5.9 14,600 6.3 16,300 6.2 31,100
Virginia 5.6 179,900 7.1 243,200 6.4 423,100
Washington 4.5 131,300 5.6 166,000 5.1 297,400
West Virginia 14.0 98,200 16.6 121,500 15.3 219,700
Wisconsin 5.6 125,800 5.0 114,900 5.3 240,700
Wyoming 6.0 13,500 6.9 14,900 6.4 28,400
United States 5.5 7,298,900 6.8 10,032,200 6.2 17,406,800

Source:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System 2018, raw data analyzed by the American Lung Association Epidemiology and Statistics Unit.

Page last updated: November 23, 2020

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