Table 4.

The 10 states with the lowest and highest ranking of former cigarette smoking prevalence estimates (%) respectively

Male and femaleMaleFemale
RankStatePrevalence (SE)StatePrevalence (SE)StatePrevalence (SE)
Lowest ranking
 1Utah15.30 (0.03)Utah18.26 (0.04)Utah12.38 (0.04)
 2Texas20.14 (0.01)Texas23.35 (0.02)Texas17.05 (0.02)
 3Mississippi20.33 (0.01)Mississippi23.49 (0.02)Mississippi17.45 (0.02)
 4Georgia20.97 (0.01)Louisiana24.16 (0.02)Georgia17.88 (0.02)
 5Louisiana20.99 (0.02)Georgia24.31 (0.02)DC17.99 (0.15)
 6DC21.40 (0.09)DC25.32 (0.11)Louisiana18.03 (0.02)
 7Alabama22.08 (0.02)Alabama25.41 (0.02)Idaho18.97 (0.04)
 8Tennessee22.32 (0.02)Tennessee25.50 (0.02)Alabama19.04 (0.02)
 9Indiana22.49 (0.03)Idaho26.05 (0.03)California19.13 (0.03)
 10California22.66 (0.02)Kansas26.13 (0.03)Tennessee19.39 (0.02)
Highest ranking
 42Montana26.46 (0.03)Montana30.22 (0.04)Delaware22.80 (0.11)
 43South Dakota26.74 (0.03)South Dakota30.30 (0.04)Oregon23.04 (0.05)
 44Oregon26.78 (0.03)Oregon30.69 (0.04)South Dakota23.24 (0.04)
 45Massachusetts27.05 (0.03)Massachusetts30.89 (0.04)Massachusetts23.57 (0.05)
 46Rhode Island27.45 (0.07)Rhode Island31.23 (0.08)Florida24 01 (0.04)
 47Florida27.60 (0.03)Florida31.46 (0.03)Rhode Island24.03 (0.12)
 48Connecticut28.28 (0.05)Connecticut32.28 (0.06)Connecticut24.60 (0.08)
 49New Hampshire30.50 (0.05)New Hampshire34.77 (0.05)New Hampshire26.42 (0.07)
 50Vermont30.58 (0.04)Maine34.77 (0.04)Vermont26.50 (0.07)
 51Maine30.62 (0.04)Vermont34.86 (0.05)Maine26.74 (0.06)
  • NOTE: Results from model-based SAE, total, and by gender, 2012.