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Value% Obese (2011)95% Confidence Interval (2011)% Obese (2012)95% Confidence Interval (2012)% Obese (2013)95% Confidence Interval (2013)% Obese (2014)95% Confidence Interval (2014)
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National27.4(27.2-27.7)27.7(27.4-28.0)28.3(28.0-28.6)
Data Source: https://nccd.cdc.gov/NPAO_DTM/IndicatorSummary.aspx?category=28&indicator=29
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Alabama32(30.5-33.5)33(31.5-34.4)32.4(30.8-34.1)33.5(32.1, 35.0)
http://www.cdc.gov/obesity/data/prevalence-maps.html
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Alaska27.4(25.3-29.7)25.7(23.9-27.5)28.4(26.5-30.4)29.7(27.8, 31.7)
2013-2014: Percent of Adults aged 18+ who are obese
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Arizona25.1(23.0-27.3)26(24.3-27.8)26.8(24.3-29.4)28.9(27.7, 30.2)
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Arkansas30.9(28.8-33.1)34.5(32.7-36.4)34.6(32.7-36.6)35.9(33.8, 38.0)
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California23.8(22.9-24.7)25(23.9-26.0)24.1(23.0-25.3)24.7(23.5, 25.9)
Obese is defined as body mass index (BMI) ≥ 30.0; BMI was calculated from self-reported weight and height (weight [kg]/ height [m²). Respondents reporting weight < 50 pounds or ≥ 650 pounds; height < 3 feet or ≥ 8 feet; or BMI: <12 or ≥ 100 were excluded. Pregnant respondents were also excluded.
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Colorado20.7(19.7-21.8)20.5(19.5-21.5)21.3(20.4-22.2)21.3(20.4, 22.2)
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Connecticut24.5(23.0-26.0)25.6(24.3-26.9)25(23.5-26.4)26.3(24.9, 27.7)
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Delaware28.8(26.9-30.7)26.9(25.2-28.6)31.1(29.3-32.8)30.7(28.6, 32.8)
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District of Columbia23.7(21.9-25.7)21.9(19.9-24.1)22.9(21.0-24.8)21.7(19.5, 24.0)
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Florida26.6(25.4-27.9)25.2(23.7-26.8)26.4(25.3-27.4)26.2(25.0, 27.5)
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Georgia28(26.6-29.4)29.1(27.5-30.8)30.3(28.9-31.8)30.5(28.9, 32.1)
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Hawaii21.8(20.4-23.4)23.6(22.0-25.2)21.8(20.4-23.2)22.1(20.7, 23.5)
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Idaho27(25.3-28.9)26.8(24.8-28.8)29.6(27.8-31.4)28.9(27.1, 30.8)
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Illinois27.1(25.4-28.9)28.1(26.4-29.9)29.4(27.7-31.2)29.3(27.6, 31.1)
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Indiana30.8(29.5-32.3)31.4(30.1-32.7)31.8(30.6-33.1)32.7(31.6, 34.0)
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Iowa29(27.6-30.3)30.4(29.1-31.8)31.3(29.9-32.7)30.9(29.6, 32.3)
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Kansas29.6(28.7-30.4)29.8(28.7-31.0)30(29.2-30.7)31.3(30.3, 32.2)
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Kentucky30.4(28.9-31.9)31.3(29.9-32.7)33.2(31.8-34.6)31.6(30.2, 33.1)
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Louisiana33.4(32.0-34.9)34.7(33.1-36.4)33.1(31.1-35.2)34.9(33.4, 36.4)
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Maine27.8(26.8-28.9)28.3(27.2-29.5)28.9(27.5-30.2)28.2(26.9, 29.5)
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Maryland28.3(26.9-29.7)27.6(26.3-28.9)28.3(27.0-29.5)29.6(28.1, 31.1)
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Massachusetts22.7(21.8-23.7)22.9(22.0-23.8)23.6(22.5-24.8)23.3(22.3, 24.4)
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Michigan31.3(30.0-32.6)31.1(29.8-32.3)31.5(30.4-32.6)30.7(29.4, 32.0)
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Minnesota25.7(24.6-26.8)25.7(24.7-26.8)25.5(24.1-26.8)27.6(26.8, 28.5)
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Mississippi34.9(33.5-36.3)34.6(33.1-36.2)35.1(33.5-36.8)35.5(33.4, 37.6)
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Missouri30.3(28.6-32.0)29.6(28.0-31.2)30.4(28.8-32.1)30.2(28.6, 31.9)
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Montana24.6(23.3-26.0)24.3(23.1-25.5)24.6(23.4-25.8)26.4(24.9, 27.9)
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Nebraska28.4(27.6-29.2)28.6(27.7-29.6)29.6(28.4-30.7)30.2(29.2, 31.3)
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Nevada24.5(22.5-26.6)26.2(24.3-28.2)26.2(24.0-28.6)27.7(25.4, 30.1)
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New Hampshire26.2(24.7-27.7)27.3(25.8-28.8)26.7(25.3-28.3)27.4(25.8, 29.1)
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New Jersey23.7(22.7-24.8)24.6(23.6-25.6)26.3(25.1-27.5)26.9(25.7, 28.1)
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New Mexico26.3(25.1-27.6)27.1(25.9-28.3)26.4(25.1-27.7)28.4(27.0, 30.0)
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New York24.5(23.2-25.9)23.6(22.1-25.1)25.4(24.2-26.6)27(25.6, 28.5)
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North Carolina29.1(27.7-30.6)29.6(28.5-30.7)29.4(28.1-30.7)29.7(28.4, 31.0)
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North Dakota27.8(26.3-29.4)29.7(27.9-31.4)31(29.5-32.5)32.2(30.5, 34.0)
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Ohio29.6(28.3-31.0)30.1(29.0-31.2)30.4(29.2-31.6)32.6(31.2, 34.1)
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Oklahoma31.1(29.7-32.5)32.2(30.8-33.6)32.5(31.2-33.9)33(31.7, 34.3)
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Oregon26.7(25.2-28.3)27.3(25.7-29.0)26.5(24.9-28.1)27.9(26.3, 29.6)
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Pennsylvania28.6(27.3-29.8)29.1(28.1-30.1)30(28.9-31.2)30.2(28.9, 31.4)
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Rhode Island25.4(23.9-27.0)25.7(24.2-27.4)27.3(25.8-28.8)27(26.8, 29.8)
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South Carolina30.8(29.6-32.1)31.6(30.4-32.8)31.7(30.5-33.1)32.1(30.9, 33.3)
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South Dakota28.1(26.3-30.1)28.1(26.5-29.8)29.9(28.0-31.8)29.8(27.9, 31.8)
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Tennessee29.2(26.8-31.7)31.1(29.6-32.7)33.7(31.9-35.5)31.2(29.3, 33.2)
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Texas30.4(29.1-31.8)29.2(27.9-30.6)30.9(29.5-32.3)31.9(30.6, 33.3)
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Utah24.4(23.4-25.5)24.3(23.3-25.3)24.1(23.2-25.1)25.7(24.9, 26.6)
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Vermont25.4(24.1-26.8)23.7(22.3-25.2)24.7(23.4-26.1)24.8(23.5, 26.1)
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Virginia29.2(27.5-30.9)27.4(26.0-28.8)27.2(25.9-28.5)28.5(27.2, 29.7)
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Washington26.5(25.3-27.7)26.8(25.8-27.8)27.2(26.0-28.3)27.3(26.0, 28.5)
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West Virginia32.4(30.9-34.0)33.8(32.2-35.4)35.1(33.6-36.6)35.7(34.2, 37.2)
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Wisconsin27.7(25.8-29.7)29.7(27.8-31.6)29.8(28.0-31.6)31.2(29.6, 32.8)
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Wyoming25(23.5-26.6)24.6(22.9-26.5)27.8(26.2-29.5)29.5(27.5, 31.5)
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