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State: Arizona

Health / Access to Health Services

State: Arizona

Health / Access to Health Services

85.4%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 81.0%, Green Cutoff: 85.8%
U.S. States
(2014)
The distribution is based on data from 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
86.9%
US Value
(86.9%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (85.4) is greater than the previously measured value (81.5)
Prior Value
(81.5%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing, not significantly
Trend
This comparison measures the indicator’s values over multiple time periods. The Mann-Kendall Test for Statistical Significance is used to evaluate the trend over 4 to 10 periods of measure, subject to data availability and comparability.
100.0% (Target Not Met)
HP 2020 Target
(100.0%)
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91.7%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 92.8%, Green Cutoff: 94.8%
U.S. States
(2014)
The distribution is based on data from 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
95.2%
US Value
(95.2%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (91.7) is greater than the previously measured value (90.0)
Prior Value
(90.0%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing significantly
Trend
This comparison measures the indicator’s values over multiple time periods. The Mann-Kendall Test for Statistical Significance is used to evaluate the trend over 4 to 10 periods of measure, subject to data availability and comparability.
100.0% (Target Not Met)
HP 2020 Target
(100.0%)
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State: Arizona

Health / Cancer

State: Arizona

Health / Cancer

State: Arizona All Cancer Incidence Rate

386.0
Cases per 100,000 population
(2009-2013)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 471.7, Green Cutoff: 455.4
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 49 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
448.4
US Value
(448.4)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (386.0) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (386.6)
Prior Value
(386.6)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, not significantly
Trend
This comparison measures the indicator’s values over multiple time periods. The Mann-Kendall Test for Statistical Significance is used to evaluate the trend over 4 to 10 periods of measure, subject to data availability and comparability.
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18.9
Cases per 100,000 population
(2009-2013)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 23.0, Green Cutoff: 21.8
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 49 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
20.7
US Value
(20.7)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (18.9) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (18.9)
Prior Value
(18.9)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, not significantly
Trend
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111.0
Cases per 100,000 females
(2009-2013)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 129.3, Green Cutoff: 124.0
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 49 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
123.3
US Value
(123.3)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (111.0) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (111.0)
Prior Value
(111.0)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing significantly
Trend
This comparison measures the indicator’s values over multiple time periods. The Mann-Kendall Test for Statistical Significance is used to evaluate the trend over 4 to 10 periods of measure, subject to data availability and comparability.
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8.3%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 8.1%, Green Cutoff: 7.5%
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
7.8%
US Value
(7.8%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (8.3) is greater than the previously measured value (8.1)
Prior Value
(8.1%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing, not significantly
Trend
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6.7
Cases per 100,000 females
(2009-2013)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 8.4, Green Cutoff: 7.3
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 49 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
7.6
US Value
(7.6)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (6.7) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (6.8)
Prior Value
(6.8)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, significantly
Trend
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7.2 (Target Met)
HP 2020 Target
(7.2)
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16.1%
(2014)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 11.2%, Green Cutoff: 12.8%
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
12.8%
US Value
(12.8%)
The regional value is compared to the median value of 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
This value (16.1) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (15.0)
Prior Value
(15.0%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
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34.7
Cases per 100,000 population
(2009-2013)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 44.0, Green Cutoff: 40.1
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 49 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
40.6
US Value
(40.6)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (34.7) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (35.4)
Prior Value
(35.4)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, significantly
Trend
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39.9 (Target Met)
HP 2020 Target
(39.9)
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7.4
Cases per 100,000 population
(2009-2013)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 8.0, Green Cutoff: 7.0
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 49 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
7.6
US Value
(7.6)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (7.4) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (7.1)
Prior Value
(7.1)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing significantly
Trend
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51.6
Cases per 100,000 population
(2009-2013)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 70.8, Green Cutoff: 63.1
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 49 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
62.4
US Value
(62.4)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (51.6) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (52.4)
Prior Value
(52.4)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, significantly
Trend
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70.7%
(2014)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 69.5%, Green Cutoff: 73.0%
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
73.0%
US Value
(73.0%)
The regional value is compared to the median value of 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
This value (70.7) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (69.5)
Prior Value
(69.5%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
81.1% (Target Not Met)
HP 2020 Target
(81.1%)
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State: Arizona Melanoma Incidence Rate

18.3
Cases per 100,000 population
(2009-2013)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 23.8, Green Cutoff: 21.2
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 49 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
20.3
US Value
(20.3)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (18.3) is greater than the previously measured value (16.5)
Prior Value
(16.5)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing, not significantly
Trend
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15.9
Cases per 100,000 population
(2009-2013)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 20.7, Green Cutoff: 18.9
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 49 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
19.1
US Value
(19.1)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (15.9) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (15.6)
Prior Value
(15.6)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing, not significantly
Trend
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8.8
Cases per 100,000 population
(2009-2013)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 12.2, Green Cutoff: 11.6
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 49 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
11.3
US Value
(11.3)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (8.8) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (8.7)
Prior Value
(8.7)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing, not significantly
Trend
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11.3
Cases per 100,000 females
(2009-2013)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 11.9, Green Cutoff: 11.4
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 49 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
11.6
US Value
(11.6)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (11.3) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (11.6)
Prior Value
(11.6)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, significantly
Trend
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State: Arizona Pap Test in Past 3 Years

72.0%
(2014)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 73.1%, Green Cutoff: 75.2%
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
75.2%
US Value
(75.2%)
The regional value is compared to the median value of 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
This value (72.0) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (73.3)
Prior Value
(73.3%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
93.0% (Target Not Met)
HP 2020 Target
(93.0%)
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84.1
Cases per 100,000 males
(2009-2013)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 133.5, Green Cutoff: 125.2
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 49 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
123.1
US Value
(123.1)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (84.1) is less than the previously measured value (89.8)
Prior Value
(89.8)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, significantly
Trend
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State: Arizona

Health / Diabetes

State: Arizona

Health / Diabetes

State: Arizona Adults with Diabetes

10.1%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 11.4%, Green Cutoff: 9.9%
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
9.9%
US Value
(9.9%)
The regional value is compared to the median value of 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
This value (10.1) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (10.1)
Prior Value
(10.1%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing, not significantly
Trend
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25.7
Deaths per 100,000 population
(2015)
Compared to:
21.3
US Value
(21.3)
The regional value is compared to the national value. The source for the national value is Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
This value (25.7) is greater than the previously measured value (23.0)
Prior Value
(23.0)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing significantly
Trend
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22.1%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 28.2%, Green Cutoff: 25.5%
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
26.5%
US Value
(26.5%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (22.1) is greater than the previously measured value (22.0)
Prior Value
(22.0%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing, not significantly
Trend
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State: Arizona

Health / Disabilities

State: Arizona

Health / Disabilities

State: Arizona Adults with Disability

20.6%
(2015)
Compared to:
20.6%
US Value
(20.6%)
The regional value is compared to the median value of 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
This value (20.6) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (21.6)
Prior Value
(21.6%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, not significantly
Trend
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State: Arizona

Health / Exercise, Nutrition, & Weight

State: Arizona

Health / Exercise, Nutrition, & Weight

24.1%
(2009)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 20.6%, Green Cutoff: 23.4%
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
23.4%
US Value
(23.4%)
The regional value is compared to the median value of 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
This value (24.1) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (28.3)
Prior Value
(28.3%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing, not significantly
Trend
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State: Arizona Adults who are Obese

28.4%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 31.7%, Green Cutoff: 29.8%
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
29.8%
US Value
(29.8%)
The regional value is compared to the median value of 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
This value (28.4) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (28.9)
Prior Value
(28.9%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing significantly
Trend
This comparison measures the indicator’s values over multiple time periods. The Mann-Kendall Test for Statistical Significance is used to evaluate the trend over 4 to 10 periods of measure, subject to data availability and comparability.
30.5% (Target Met)
HP 2020 Target
(30.5%)
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65.3%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 67.0%, Green Cutoff: 65.5%
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
65.3%
US Value
(65.3%)
The regional value is compared to the median value of 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
This value (65.3) is greater than the previously measured value (64.0)
Prior Value
(64.0%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing, not significantly
Trend
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10.9%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 15.9%, Green Cutoff: 13.5%
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 37 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
13.9%
US Value
(13.9%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (10.9) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (10.7)
Prior Value
(10.7%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, not significantly
Trend
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25.6%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 32.4%, Green Cutoff: 29.0%
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 37 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
29.9%
US Value
(29.9%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (25.6) is greater than the previously measured value (23.4)
Prior Value
(23.4%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, not significantly
Trend
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46.4%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 42.2%, Green Cutoff: 45.3%
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 37 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
48.6%
US Value
(48.6%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (46.4) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (41.9)
Prior Value
(41.9%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing, not significantly
Trend
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49.2%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 51.5%, Green Cutoff: 54.9%
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 25 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
57.6%
US Value
(57.6%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (49.2) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (50.5)
Prior Value
(50.5%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing, not significantly
Trend
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State: Arizona

Health / Family Planning

State: Arizona

Health / Family Planning

18.9%
(2015)
Compared to:
15.1%
US Value
(15.1% in 2014)
The regional value is compared to the national value. The source for the national value is Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
This value (18.9) is less than the previously measured value (19.6)
Prior Value
(19.6%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, significantly
Trend
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State: Arizona Teen Birth Rate: 15-19

26.3
Live births per 1,000 females aged 15-19
(2015)
Compared to:
22.3
US Value
(22.3)
The regional value is compared to the national value. The source for the national value is Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics.
This value (26.3) is less than the previously measured value (29.9)
Prior Value
(29.9)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, significantly
Trend
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39.4%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 42.3%, Green Cutoff: 39.2%
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 33 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
41.2%
US Value
(41.2%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (39.4) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (45.4)
Prior Value
(45.4%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, not significantly
Trend
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State: Arizona

Health / Heart Disease & Stroke

State: Arizona

Health / Heart Disease & Stroke

104.6
Deaths per 100,000 population
(2015)
Compared to:
97.2
US Value
(97.2)
The regional value is compared to the national value. The source for the national value is Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
This value (104.6) is greater than the previously measured value (99.3)
Prior Value
(99.3)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, significantly
Trend
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103.4 (Target Not Met)
HP 2020 Target
(103.4)
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7.7%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 8.5%, Green Cutoff: 7.8%
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
8.1%
US Value
(8.1%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (7.7) is greater than the previously measured value (7.6)
Prior Value
(7.6%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing significantly
Trend
This comparison measures the indicator’s values over multiple time periods. The Mann-Kendall Test for Statistical Significance is used to evaluate the trend over 4 to 10 periods of measure, subject to data availability and comparability.
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9.6%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 14.3%, Green Cutoff: 12.5%
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
13.5%
US Value
(13.5%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (9.6) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (9.6)
Prior Value
(9.6%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, significantly
Trend
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30.8%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 34.3%, Green Cutoff: 30.9%
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
30.9%
US Value
(30.9%)
The regional value is compared to the median value of 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
This value (30.8) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (30.7)
Prior Value
(30.7%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
26.9% (Target Not Met)
HP 2020 Target
(26.9%)
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37.3%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 38.0%, Green Cutoff: 36.3%
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
36.3%
US Value
(36.3%)
The regional value is compared to the median value of 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
This value (37.3) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (39.7)
Prior Value
(39.7%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
13.5% (Target Not Met)
HP 2020 Target
(13.5%)
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43.3%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 47.3%, Green Cutoff: 42.4%
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
44.6%
US Value
(44.6%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (43.3) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (43.3)
Prior Value
(43.3%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing, not significantly
Trend
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49.8%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 58.0%, Green Cutoff: 55.0%
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
55.0%
US Value
(55.0%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (49.8) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (49.8)
Prior Value
(49.8%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, not significantly
Trend
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23.4%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 27.7%, Green Cutoff: 24.4%
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
26.5%
US Value
(26.5%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (23.4) is less than the previously measured value (23.6)
Prior Value
(23.6%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, significantly
Trend
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3.5%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red Cutoff: 4.1%, Green Cutoff: 3.8%
U.S. States
The distribution is based on data from 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
4.0%
US Value
(4.0%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (3.5) is greater than the previously measured value (3.3)
Prior Value
(3.3%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, not significantly
Trend
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