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2009-2010
National Survey on Drug Use and Health:
Model-Based Estimated Totals
(in Thousands)
(50 States and the District of Columbia)

Revised Mental Illness Estimates: The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) has been publishing State estimates of the prevalence (both percentages and estimated counts) of past year serious mental illness (SMI) and any mental illness (AMI) among adults aged 18 or older since the release of the 2008-2009 State small area estimation (SAE) report. Estimates were based on a model developed in 2008. In 2013, SAMHSA developed a more accurate model for the 2012 data. This revised model incorporates the NSDUH respondent's age and indicators of past year suicide thoughts and depression, along with the variables that were specified in the 2008 model (Kessler-6 [K6] questions on psychological distress and an abbreviated set of questions on impairment in carrying out activities from the World Health Organization Disability Assessment Schedule [WHODAS]), leading to more accurate estimates of SMI and AMI. The SMI and AMI tables in this document include estimates that have been revised based on the new model. Other mental health measures in these tables, such as major depressive episode (MDE) and serious thoughts of suicide, were not affected. For further information on the revised model, see the NSDUH short report titled Revised Estimates of Mental Illness from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health at http://samhsa.gov/data/default.aspx.

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Table 1. – Illicit Drug Use in the Past Month, by Age Group and State: Estimated Numbers (in Thousands), Annual Averages Based on 2009 and 2010 NSDUHs
State 12+
(Estimate)
12+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
12-17
(Estimate)
12-17
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18-25
(Estimate)
18-25
(95% Confidence
Interval)
26+
(Estimate)
26+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18+
(Estimate)
18+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
NOTE: Illicit Drugs include marijuana/hashish, cocaine (including crack), heroin, hallucinogens, inhalants, or prescription-type psychotherapeutics used nonmedically, including data from original methamphetamine questions but not including new methamphetamine items added in 2005 and 2006. See Section B.4.8 in Appendix B of the Results from the 2008 National Survey on Drug Use and Health: National Findings.
NOTE: State and census region estimates, along with the 95 percent Bayesian confidence (credible) intervals, are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach and generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. For the "Total U.S." row, design-based (direct) estimates and corresponding 95 percent confidence intervals are given.
Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2009 and 2010 (Revised March 2012).
Total U.S. 22,291 (21,636 - 22,960) 2,476 (2,382 - 2,573) 7,260 (7,065 - 7,460) 12,554 (11,980 - 13,150) 19,815 (19,171 - 20,475)
Northeast 4,406 (4,183 - 4,642) 448 (419 - 479) 1,507 (1,427 - 1,589) 2,451 (2,245 - 2,676) 3,958 (3,739 - 4,191)
Midwest 4,477 (4,282 - 4,677) 524 (496 - 554) 1,509 (1,430 - 1,590) 2,445 (2,262 - 2,639) 3,953 (3,762 - 4,149)
South 7,273 (6,944 - 7,617) 831 (785 - 880) 2,362 (2,235 - 2,493) 4,080 (3,767 - 4,417) 6,442 (6,122 - 6,779)
West 6,134 (5,803 - 6,478) 673 (624 - 724) 1,883 (1,774 - 1,998) 3,578 (3,277 - 3,902) 5,461 (5,136 - 5,802)
Alabama 282 (235 - 337) 35 (29 - 42) 91   (76 - 108) 156 (120 - 203) 247 (202 - 301)
Alaska 79 (67 - 92) 6 (5 - 8) 23 (20 - 26) 50 (40 - 62) 72 (61 - 85)
Arizona 510 (422 - 614) 59 (48 - 72) 140 (119 - 164) 312 (239 - 404) 452 (367 - 553)
Arkansas 185 (155 - 220) 23 (18 - 27) 54 (45 - 65) 108   (84 - 137) 162 (133 - 197)
California 3,149 (2,887 - 3,431) 370 (331 - 412) 999    (915 - 1,088) 1,781 (1,551 - 2,041) 2,780 (2,522 - 3,059)
Colorado 556 (479 - 642) 48 (40 - 58) 164 (144 - 186) 343 (277 - 422) 508 (433 - 593)
Connecticut 281 (237 - 330) 30 (25 - 36) 98   (84 - 112) 153 (118 - 197) 251 (209 - 299)
Delaware 62 (52 - 74) 8 (6 - 9) 22 (19 - 26) 32 (25 - 43) 55 (45 - 66)
District of Columbia 63 (54 - 74) 5 (4 - 6) 21 (18 - 24) 38 (30 - 48) 59 (49 - 69)
Florida 1,307 (1,184 - 1,446) 131 (115 - 148) 370 (337 - 406) 807 (694 - 936) 1,177 (1,056 - 1,314)
Georgia 578 (482 - 691) 73 (60 - 88) 187 (157 - 223) 317 (243 - 412) 504 (412 - 615)
Hawaii 102   (85 - 122) 9   (8 - 12) 31 (26 - 36) 62 (48 - 79) 92   (76 - 112)
Idaho 119   (99 - 141) 13 (11 - 16) 35 (30 - 41) 70 (54 - 91) 106   (87 - 128)
Illinois 886 (811 - 968) 107   (95 - 120) 322 (296 - 351) 457 (392 - 531) 779 (706 - 859)
Indiana 445 (375 - 526) 51 (42 - 62) 144 (123 - 168) 250 (194 - 320) 394 (327 - 473)
Iowa 146 (121 - 174) 23 (19 - 28) 54 (45 - 65) 69 (51 - 92) 123 (99 - 150)
Kansas 162 (135 - 194) 21 (17 - 25) 58 (48 - 69) 83   (63 - 109) 141 (115 - 172)
Kentucky 250 (208 - 299) 28 (23 - 34) 80 (67 - 95) 142 (109 - 184) 222 (181 - 270)
Louisiana 275 (230 - 327) 29 (24 - 36) 105   (89 - 123) 141 (108 - 184) 246 (203 - 296)
Maine 133 (114 - 155) 10   (9 - 12) 40 (35 - 45) 82   (65 - 103) 123 (104 - 144)
Maryland 383 (319 - 458) 46 (37 - 56) 132 (111 - 156) 205 (157 - 267) 337 (276 - 410)
Massachusetts 677 (587 - 777) 61 (51 - 73) 239 (211 - 268) 377 (303 - 466) 615 (528 - 714)
Michigan 862 (792 - 939) 87 (78 - 97) 249 (230 - 270) 526 (460 - 599) 775 (706 - 851)
Minnesota 305 (255 - 362) 34 (27 - 42) 109   (92 - 127) 163 (124 - 212) 271 (224 - 327)
Mississippi 165 (138 - 196) 23 (19 - 28) 56 (47 - 66) 86   (65 - 113) 142 (116 - 172)
Missouri 380 (317 - 455) 41 (33 - 49) 129 (110 - 152) 210 (161 - 273) 339 (279 - 413)
Montana 88   (75 - 102) 9   (7 - 10) 28 (25 - 32) 51 (41 - 64) 79 (67 - 94)
Nebraska 103   (86 - 122) 12 (10 - 14) 38 (32 - 45) 53 (41 - 69) 91   (75 - 110)
Nevada 208 (175 - 247) 24 (20 - 29) 57 (49 - 66) 127   (99 - 162) 184 (152 - 223)
New Hampshire 137 (117 - 160) 14 (11 - 16) 45 (40 - 50) 79   (61 - 100) 123 (104 - 146)
New Jersey 531 (444 - 634) 61 (50 - 75) 177 (149 - 209) 292 (224 - 380) 470 (386 - 571)
New Mexico 165 (139 - 194) 20 (17 - 24) 52 (45 - 60) 93   (72 - 119) 145 (120 - 174)
New York 1,610 (1,470 - 1,762) 164 (146 - 184) 546 (504 - 590) 900    (776 - 1,043) 1,446 (1,309 - 1,596)
North Carolina 678 (571 - 805) 71 (58 - 86) 219 (189 - 253) 388 (301 - 498) 608 (504 - 731)
North Dakota 29 (23 - 35) 4 (3 - 4) 11   (9 - 14) 14 (10 - 19) 25 (20 - 31)
Ohio 753 (686 - 828) 96   (85 - 107) 253 (233 - 275) 404 (344 - 474) 658 (592 - 731)
Oklahoma 288 (241 - 344) 29 (24 - 35) 91   (77 - 108) 168 (129 - 216) 259 (213 - 314)
Oregon 405 (348 - 472) 37 (31 - 44) 112   (98 - 128) 256 (206 - 316) 368 (313 - 434)
Pennsylvania 846 (763 - 939) 91   (81 - 103) 295 (269 - 324) 459 (388 - 543) 755 (674 - 845)
Rhode Island 118 (101 - 137) 10   (9 - 12) 42 (37 - 47) 66 (52 - 83) 108   (91 - 126)
South Carolina 332 (277 - 397) 31 (25 - 37) 102   (87 - 118) 200 (154 - 259) 302 (248 - 366)
South Dakota 40 (33 - 49) 5 (4 - 7) 14 (11 - 17) 21 (15 - 28) 35 (28 - 44)
Tennessee 369 (306 - 444) 41 (34 - 49) 114   (95 - 135) 215 (165 - 279) 329 (268 - 402)
Texas 1,441 (1,309 - 1,585) 193 (170 - 219) 506 (459 - 557) 742 (630 - 873) 1,248 (1,120 - 1,389)
Utah 122 (99 - 147) 18 (14 - 22) 46 (37 - 57) 58 (43 - 78) 104   (83 - 129)
Vermont 74 (64 - 85) 6 (5 - 7) 25 (23 - 28) 43 (34 - 53) 68 (58 - 79)
Virginia 485 (411 - 571) 55 (44 - 67) 170 (145 - 199) 260 (202 - 332) 430 (359 - 514)
Washington 600 (516 - 696) 56 (46 - 67) 184 (160 - 211) 360 (290 - 445) 544 (462 - 639)
West Virginia 129 (108 - 154) 12 (10 - 15) 41 (35 - 47) 76 (59 - 99) 117   (97 - 142)
Wisconsin 367 (307 - 436) 44 (37 - 53) 127 (107 - 149) 196 (150 - 254) 322 (265 - 390)
Wyoming 32 (26 - 38) 4 (4 - 5) 11 (10 - 13) 16 (12 - 21) 27 (22 - 33)

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Table 2. – Marijuana Use in the Past Year, by Age Group and State: Estimated Numbers (in Thousands), Annual Averages Based on 2009 and 2010 NSDUHs
State 12+
(Estimate)
12+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
12-17
(Estimate)
12-17
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18-25
(Estimate)
18-25
(95% Confidence
Interval)
26+
(Estimate)
26+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18+
(Estimate)
18+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
NOTE: State and census region estimates, along with the 95 percent Bayesian confidence (credible) intervals, are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach and generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. For the "Total U.S." row, design-based (direct) estimates and corresponding 95 percent confidence intervals are given.
Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2009 and 2010 (Revised March 2012).
Total U.S. 28,996 (28,219 - 29,789) 3,388 (3,275 - 3,504) 10,279 (10,045 - 10,516) 15,329 (14,661 - 16,021) 25,608 (24,851 - 26,381)
Northeast 5,977 (5,718 - 6,249) 631 (595 - 668) 2,165 (2,083 - 2,249) 3,181 (2,948 - 3,433) 5,346 (5,095 - 5,611)
Midwest 5,963 (5,744 - 6,184) 700 (668 - 734) 2,200 (2,120 - 2,282) 3,062 (2,864 - 3,270) 5,262 (5,050 - 5,479)
South 9,195 (8,827 - 9,578) 1,132 (1,078 - 1,189) 3,249 (3,119 - 3,382) 4,815 (4,475 - 5,176) 8,063 (7,703 - 8,439)
West 7,861 (7,506 - 8,227) 925 (870 - 983) 2,664 (2,551 - 2,780) 4,272 (3,946 - 4,619) 6,936 (6,591 - 7,293)
Alabama 350 (298 - 411) 41 (34 - 49) 118 (102 - 136) 191 (150 - 244) 310 (260 - 368)
Alaska 97   (85 - 111) 9   (8 - 11) 30 (27 - 33) 58 (47 - 70) 88   (76 - 101)
Arizona 603 (510 - 709) 81 (68 - 96) 194 (169 - 221) 328 (254 - 422) 522 (434 - 624)
Arkansas 222 (188 - 261) 28 (23 - 33) 72 (62 - 82) 123   (95 - 157) 194 (162 - 232)
California 4,148 (3,856 - 4,459) 493 (447 - 542) 1,422 (1,332 - 1,515) 2,234 (1,970 - 2,528) 3,656 (3,372 - 3,959)
Colorado 698 (611 - 795) 73 (62 - 85) 225 (204 - 247) 400 (326 - 489) 625 (541 - 720)
Connecticut 407 (354 - 464) 48 (40 - 56) 146 (131 - 163) 213 (169 - 266) 359 (308 - 415)
Delaware 91 (79 - 105) 11 (10 - 13) 34 (30 - 37) 46 (36 - 59) 80 (68 - 93)
District of Columbia 83 (72 - 95) 6 (5 - 7) 30 (26 - 33) 47 (38 - 58) 77 (67 - 89)
Florida 1,671 (1,536 - 1,820) 189 (171 - 207) 530 (493 - 569) 952    (830 - 1,090) 1,482 (1,351 - 1,628)
Georgia 824 (702 - 965) 109   (91 - 129) 276 (240 - 314) 439 (341 - 562) 715 (599 - 852)
Hawaii 122 (104 - 143) 13 (10 - 15) 41 (36 - 47) 68 (53 - 86) 109   (92 - 129)
Idaho 153 (132 - 176) 18 (16 - 22) 51 (45 - 57) 83   (67 - 104) 134 (115 - 157)
Illinois 1,196 (1,108 - 1,289) 141 (128 - 156) 455 (426 - 485) 599 (524 - 685) 1,054    (970 - 1,146)
Indiana 537 (462 - 622) 65 (55 - 77) 198 (174 - 224) 274 (215 - 346) 472 (401 - 554)
Iowa 222 (187 - 260) 31 (26 - 37) 86 (74 - 98) 105   (80 - 138) 191 (158 - 227)
Kansas 222 (191 - 258) 29 (24 - 34) 89   (78 - 102) 105   (81 - 134) 194 (164 - 228)
Kentucky 289 (245 - 339) 37 (31 - 45) 102   (88 - 118) 149 (115 - 193) 252 (210 - 300)
Louisiana 319 (272 - 373) 39 (32 - 47) 127 (111 - 145) 153 (116 - 200) 280 (235 - 332)
Maine 166 (145 - 189) 15 (12 - 17) 54 (49 - 59) 97   (79 - 119) 151 (131 - 173)
Maryland 476 (405 - 558) 62 (52 - 74) 191 (166 - 217) 224 (169 - 294) 414 (347 - 493)
Massachusetts 934    (831 - 1,048) 86   (73 - 100) 339 (309 - 370) 509 (422 - 612) 848 (748 - 959)
Michigan 1,085 (1,006 - 1,170) 118 (107 - 129) 358 (336 - 380) 610 (539 - 689) 968    (891 - 1,051)
Minnesota 464 (402 - 532) 49 (41 - 58) 175 (156 - 196) 240 (190 - 302) 415 (355 - 482)
Mississippi 202 (171 - 236) 27 (22 - 32) 73 (63 - 84) 102   (79 - 132) 175 (146 - 208)
Missouri 505 (431 - 590) 58 (48 - 69) 178 (156 - 201) 269 (210 - 344) 447 (377 - 529)
Montana 119 (105 - 136) 12 (11 - 14) 41 (37 - 46) 66 (53 - 81) 107   (93 - 123)
Nebraska 140 (120 - 162) 15 (13 - 19) 56 (49 - 64) 68 (53 - 87) 124 (106 - 146)
Nevada 242 (206 - 283) 32 (27 - 38) 72 (63 - 82) 138 (108 - 175) 210 (176 - 249)
New Hampshire 172 (151 - 196) 19 (16 - 22) 59 (53 - 64) 95   (76 - 117) 153 (132 - 176)
New Jersey 770 (662 - 896) 95   (79 - 112) 278 (244 - 313) 398 (311 - 507) 676 (572 - 796)
New Mexico 205 (178 - 234) 29 (25 - 34) 73 (65 - 82) 102   (80 - 130) 175 (150 - 204)
New York 2,132 (1,974 - 2,300) 216 (195 - 239) 773 (727 - 821) 1,142 (1,003 - 1,298) 1,915 (1,763 - 2,079)
North Carolina 815 (705 - 940) 90   (75 - 106) 299 (265 - 335) 427 (337 - 538) 725 (620 - 848)
North Dakota 45 (38 - 52) 5 (4 - 6) 21 (18 - 24) 19 (15 - 25) 40 (34 - 47)
Ohio 993 (920 - 1,072) 121 (110 - 134) 372 (350 - 396) 499 (434 - 573) 871 (801 - 949)
Oklahoma 331 (281 - 389) 41 (34 - 48) 117 (101 - 134) 173 (135 - 222) 290 (242 - 346)
Oregon 507 (444 - 578) 56 (49 - 64) 156 (140 - 173) 294 (240 - 359) 451 (390 - 521)
Pennsylvania 1,162 (1,069 - 1,263) 131 (118 - 145) 428 (399 - 457) 603 (522 - 695) 1,031    (941 - 1,129)
Rhode Island 144 (126 - 164) 14 (12 - 16) 55 (50 - 61) 75 (60 - 93) 130 (113 - 150)
South Carolina 394 (335 - 461) 43 (36 - 50) 138 (121 - 157) 213 (165 - 272) 351 (295 - 417)
South Dakota 58 (50 - 68) 7 (6 - 9) 24 (21 - 28) 27 (21 - 35) 51 (43 - 61)
Tennessee 496 (421 - 581) 54 (46 - 65) 168 (146 - 192) 274 (214 - 349) 442 (370 - 524)
Texas 1,808 (1,658 - 1,971) 263 (237 - 292) 671 (619 - 725) 875    (747 - 1,022) 1,545 (1,401 - 1,702)
Utah 150 (127 - 177) 24 (19 - 29) 70 (59 - 83) 57 (41 - 78) 127 (105 - 152)
Vermont 91   (81 - 103) 8 (7 - 9) 34 (31 - 37) 50 (40 - 60) 83 (73 - 94)
Virginia 666 (575 - 771) 78 (66 - 93) 254 (224 - 286) 334 (261 - 425) 588 (500 - 689)
Washington 775 (678 - 885) 79 (67 - 93) 272 (245 - 300) 424 (342 - 523) 696 (602 - 803)
West Virginia 158 (136 - 185) 16 (13 - 19) 50 (44 - 57) 92   (73 - 115) 142 (120 - 168)
Wisconsin 495 (427 - 573) 61 (52 - 72) 188 (166 - 212) 246 (193 - 312) 434 (369 - 509)
Wyoming 41 (35 - 48) 6 (5 - 7) 16 (14 - 18) 20 (15 - 26) 36 (30 - 42)

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Table 3. – Marijuana Use in the Past Month, by Age Group and State: Estimated Numbers (in Thousands), Annual Averages Based on 2009 and 2010 NSDUHs
State 12+
(Estimate)
12+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
12-17
(Estimate)
12-17
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18-25
(Estimate)
18-25
(95% Confidence
Interval)
26+
(Estimate)
26+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18+
(Estimate)
18+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
NOTE: State and census region estimates, along with the 95 percent Bayesian confidence (credible) intervals, are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach and generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. For the "Total U.S." row, design-based (direct) estimates and corresponding 95 percent confidence intervals are given.
Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2009 and 2010 (Revised March 2012).
Total U.S. 17,119 (16,556 - 17,696) 1,808 (1,726 - 1,893) 6,220 (6,036 - 6,410) 9,091 (8,609 - 9,595) 15,311 (14,761 - 15,877)
Northeast 3,506 (3,312 - 3,712) 360 (334 - 388) 1,337 (1,261 - 1,416) 1,809 (1,639 - 1,996) 3,146 (2,957 - 3,348)
Midwest 3,505 (3,335 - 3,680) 383 (359 - 408) 1,302 (1,226 - 1,381) 1,820 (1,672 - 1,979) 3,122 (2,957 - 3,292)
South 5,304 (5,033 - 5,589) 578 (539 - 620) 1,977 (1,856 - 2,103) 2,749 (2,509 - 3,010) 4,726 (4,465 - 5,002)
West 4,804 (4,515 - 5,107) 487 (448 - 529) 1,605 (1,502 - 1,713) 2,713 (2,457 - 2,992) 4,317 (4,036 - 4,614)
Alabama 192 (155 - 237) 22 (17 - 27) 72 (58 - 88) 99   (72 - 134) 170 (135 - 214)
Alaska 66 (55 - 78) 5 (4 - 6) 20 (17 - 23) 41 (32 - 52) 61 (50 - 73)
Arizona 349 (281 - 431) 41 (32 - 52) 111   (92 - 134) 197 (144 - 268) 308 (244 - 387)
Arkansas 129 (105 - 159) 15 (11 - 19) 42 (34 - 51) 73 (54 - 97) 114   (91 - 143)
California 2,487 (2,254 - 2,740) 267 (234 - 303) 863 (785 - 946) 1,358 (1,160 - 1,587) 2,221 (1,994 - 2,469)
Colorado 465 (394 - 549) 38 (30 - 47) 145 (126 - 165) 283 (222 - 358) 428 (358 - 509)
Connecticut 227 (188 - 272) 25 (20 - 31) 88   (76 - 102) 113   (83 - 153) 202 (164 - 246)
Delaware 51 (42 - 62) 6 (5 - 7) 20 (17 - 23) 26 (19 - 35) 45 (37 - 56)
District of Columbia 52 (44 - 61) 3 (3 - 4) 18 (15 - 22) 30 (23 - 39) 48 (41 - 58)
Florida 947    (847 - 1,061) 92   (80 - 106) 319 (287 - 353) 535 (448 - 639) 854 (757 - 966)
Georgia 434 (352 - 534) 53 (41 - 67) 157 (130 - 188) 224 (164 - 307) 381 (304 - 477)
Hawaii 83   (67 - 102) 7 (6 - 9) 26 (22 - 31) 49 (37 - 66) 75 (60 - 94)
Idaho 91   (74 - 110) 10   (8 - 13) 28 (24 - 33) 52 (39 - 69) 80   (65 - 100)
Illinois 690 (627 - 758) 79 (69 - 91) 274 (250 - 300) 336 (284 - 397) 610 (550 - 676)
Indiana 321 (266 - 387) 35 (28 - 44) 123 (103 - 146) 164 (123 - 217) 286 (234 - 350)
Iowa 123 (100 - 151) 16 (13 - 21) 50 (41 - 61) 57 (41 - 79) 107   (85 - 133)
Kansas 122   (99 - 150) 15 (11 - 19) 47 (38 - 57) 61 (45 - 83) 107   (86 - 134)
Kentucky 163 (132 - 201) 18 (14 - 24) 64 (52 - 77) 81   (59 - 112) 145 (116 - 181)
Louisiana 190 (155 - 232) 19 (15 - 25) 83 (70 - 99) 87   (63 - 121) 170 (137 - 211)
Maine 110   (92 - 131) 9   (7 - 11) 35 (31 - 40) 66 (51 - 86) 102   (84 - 122)
Maryland 288 (235 - 353) 32 (25 - 41) 117   (98 - 139) 139 (101 - 191) 256 (206 - 319)
Massachusetts 564 (486 - 654) 51 (42 - 62) 214 (188 - 242) 299 (237 - 376) 514 (438 - 601)
Michigan 701 (635 - 773) 67 (58 - 76) 220 (201 - 240) 414 (356 - 481) 634 (570 - 705)
Minnesota 259 (213 - 314) 25 (20 - 32) 98   (82 - 116) 136 (102 - 183) 234 (190 - 287)
Mississippi 111   (89 - 138) 13 (10 - 17) 42 (34 - 52) 56 (41 - 78) 98   (78 - 124)
Missouri 303 (247 - 370) 31 (24 - 39) 112   (94 - 133) 160 (118 - 216) 272 (219 - 337)
Montana 75 (64 - 89) 7 (6 - 9) 25 (22 - 29) 43 (34 - 56) 68 (57 - 82)
Nebraska 86   (71 - 104) 9   (7 - 11) 33 (27 - 40) 44 (33 - 59) 77 (63 - 95)
Nevada 151 (124 - 183) 16 (13 - 20) 47 (40 - 55) 88   (66 - 116) 134 (109 - 166)
New Hampshire 112   (94 - 133) 12 (10 - 15) 40 (35 - 45) 61 (46 - 80) 100   (83 - 121)
New Jersey 410 (339 - 498) 50 (40 - 63) 157 (131 - 187) 203 (151 - 273) 360 (292 - 444)
New Mexico 126 (105 - 152) 15 (12 - 19) 44 (37 - 52) 67 (50 - 90) 111   (91 - 136)
New York 1,270 (1,151 - 1,400) 130 (114 - 147) 480 (439 - 524) 660 (559 - 779) 1,140 (1,025 - 1,268)
North Carolina 540 (447 - 652) 51 (41 - 64) 195 (166 - 226) 294 (221 - 390) 489 (399 - 598)
North Dakota 22 (18 - 27) 2 (2 - 3) 9   (7 - 12) 11   (8 - 15) 20 (16 - 25)
Ohio 577 (522 - 638) 70 (62 - 80) 223 (203 - 243) 284 (237 - 339) 506 (454 - 566)
Oklahoma 206 (166 - 254) 21 (16 - 27) 73 (60 - 88) 112   (82 - 152) 185 (147 - 232)
Oregon 328 (276 - 389) 27 (22 - 33) 96   (83 - 110) 205 (160 - 261) 300 (250 - 361)
Pennsylvania 653 (586 - 729) 71 (62 - 82) 261 (236 - 288) 321 (266 - 386) 582 (517 - 655)
Rhode Island 96   (82 - 113) 8 (6 - 9) 39 (34 - 44) 50 (39 - 65) 89   (75 - 105)
South Carolina 224 (183 - 274) 20 (16 - 26) 85   (70 - 101) 119   (88 - 161) 204 (165 - 252)
South Dakota 33 (26 - 41) 4 (3 - 5) 12 (10 - 15) 17 (12 - 23) 29 (23 - 37)
Tennessee 244 (197 - 300) 26 (21 - 33) 92   (75 - 111) 126   (92 - 172) 218 (173 - 272)
Texas 1,063    (953 - 1,184) 138 (119 - 159) 415 (371 - 463) 511 (423 - 616) 926    (821 - 1,042)
Utah 68 (53 - 86) 9   (7 - 13) 29 (22 - 39) 29 (20 - 42) 58 (44 - 76)
Vermont 62 (53 - 73) 5 (4 - 6) 23 (21 - 26) 34 (27 - 43) 57 (49 - 67)
Virginia 377 (311 - 455) 40 (32 - 50) 151 (127 - 177) 186 (138 - 249) 336 (274 - 412)
Washington 492 (414 - 582) 41 (33 - 51) 161 (138 - 186) 289 (226 - 368) 450 (375 - 538)
West Virginia 92   (75 - 113) 8   (6 - 10) 35 (29 - 41) 49 (36 - 67) 84   (68 - 104)
Wisconsin 268 (218 - 327) 30 (24 - 38) 100   (83 - 120) 137 (101 - 186) 237 (191 - 295)
Wyoming 24 (20 - 29) 3 (2 - 4) 10   (8 - 11) 11   (8 - 16) 21 (17 - 26)

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Table 4. – Perceptions of Great Risk of Smoking Marijuana Once a Month, by Age Group and State: Estimated Numbers (in Thousands), Annual Averages Based on 2009 and 2010 NSDUHs
State 12+
(Estimate)
12+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
12-17
(Estimate)
12-17
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18-25
(Estimate)
18-25
(95% Confidence
Interval)
26+
(Estimate)
26+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18+
(Estimate)
18+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
NOTE: State and census region estimates, along with the 95 percent Bayesian confidence (credible) intervals, are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach and generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. For the "Total U.S." row, design-based (direct) estimates and corresponding 95 percent confidence intervals are given.
Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2009 and 2010 (Revised March 2012).
Total U.S. 84,840 (83,479 - 86,212) 7,327 (7,185 - 7,471) 6,507 (6,323 - 6,696) 71,006 (69,685 - 72,337) 77,513 (76,166 - 78,871)
Northeast 14,568 (14,096 - 15,045) 1,118 (1,070 - 1,167) 973    (914 - 1,035) 12,477 (12,019 - 12,941) 13,450 (12,982 - 13,924)
Midwest 17,656 (17,214 - 18,104) 1,670 (1,622 - 1,719) 1,297 (1,237 - 1,358) 14,689 (14,267 - 15,116) 15,985 (15,550 - 16,428)
South 35,135 (34,367 - 35,911) 2,943 (2,861 - 3,027) 2,707 (2,599 - 2,818) 29,484 (28,743 - 30,233) 32,191 (31,433 - 32,958)
West 17,482 (16,879 - 18,099) 1,596 (1,528 - 1,665) 1,531 (1,439 - 1,626) 14,356 (13,777 - 14,949) 15,886 (15,288 - 16,500)
Alabama 1,593 (1,468 - 1,721) 151 (137 - 165) 147 (129 - 166) 1,295 (1,176 - 1,417) 1,442 (1,319 - 1,568)
Alaska 135 (119 - 153) 15 (13 - 17) 12 (10 - 14) 108   (93 - 125) 120 (104 - 138)
Arizona 1,710 (1,536 - 1,896) 146 (126 - 167) 150 (129 - 173) 1,415 (1,247 - 1,593) 1,565 (1,394 - 1,747)
Arkansas 898 (820 - 979) 79 (70 - 88) 64 (55 - 74) 755 (681 - 831) 819 (743 - 898)
California 9,430 (8,948 - 9,926) 811 (755 - 869) 875 (802 - 952) 7,745 (7,281 - 8,223) 8,619 (8,141 - 9,112)
Colorado 921    (810 - 1,041) 88   (76 - 102) 73 (60 - 87) 760 (656 - 875) 832 (725 - 951)
Connecticut 922    (829 - 1,022) 67 (57 - 77) 58 (49 - 68) 798 (708 - 893) 856 (764 - 954)
Delaware 225 (202 - 250) 19 (17 - 22) 15 (12 - 17) 192 (170 - 215) 206 (184 - 230)
District of Columbia 138 (123 - 153) 8   (7 - 10) 13 (11 - 16) 116 (102 - 131) 129 (115 - 145)
Florida 6,338 (6,066 - 6,613) 426 (400 - 453) 403 (372 - 436) 5,509 (5,244 - 5,778) 5,912 (5,641 - 6,185)
Georgia 2,793 (2,548 - 3,046) 248 (220 - 278) 224 (194 - 256) 2,321 (2,091 - 2,560) 2,545 (2,308 - 2,792)
Hawaii 333 (301 - 368) 24 (21 - 28) 25 (21 - 29) 285 (253 - 317) 309 (277 - 343)
Idaho 412 (375 - 450) 43 (38 - 48) 36 (31 - 41) 334 (299 - 370) 369 (334 - 407)
Illinois 3,482 (3,313 - 3,654) 313 (293 - 334) 273 (250 - 297) 2,896 (2,733 - 3,063) 3,169 (3,002 - 3,340)
Indiana 1,751 (1,600 - 1,909) 180 (162 - 199) 125 (108 - 145) 1,446 (1,302 - 1,596) 1,571 (1,423 - 1,726)
Iowa 828 (751 - 911) 79 (71 - 87) 62 (53 - 72) 687 (613 - 765) 749 (674 - 830)
Kansas 797 (725 - 874) 72 (64 - 80) 59 (51 - 69) 666 (598 - 738) 726 (655 - 800)
Kentucky 1,358 (1,247 - 1,474) 132 (119 - 146) 108   (94 - 123) 1,119 (1,013 - 1,228) 1,226 (1,118 - 1,340)
Louisiana 1,480 (1,364 - 1,600) 129 (116 - 143) 130 (114 - 146) 1,221 (1,111 - 1,333) 1,351 (1,237 - 1,468)
Maine 284 (251 - 318) 26 (22 - 29) 16 (14 - 20) 242 (211 - 275) 258 (226 - 292)
Maryland 1,559 (1,394 - 1,733) 120 (104 - 138) 103   (87 - 122) 1,335 (1,177 - 1,501) 1,439 (1,277 - 1,610)
Massachusetts 1,394 (1,237 - 1,564) 101   (86 - 117) 84   (69 - 103) 1,209 (1,058 - 1,372) 1,293 (1,139 - 1,460)
Michigan 2,443 (2,313 - 2,577) 233 (219 - 248) 178 (162 - 195) 2,032 (1,905 - 2,163) 2,210 (2,081 - 2,343)
Minnesota 1,211 (1,085 - 1,346) 119 (105 - 134) 92   (79 - 107) 1,000    (881 - 1,128) 1,092    (970 - 1,224)
Mississippi 1,070    (994 - 1,148) 104   (93 - 114) 94   (83 - 106) 873 (801 - 946) 967    (893 - 1,043)
Missouri 1,687 (1,538 - 1,843) 151 (135 - 168) 124 (107 - 142) 1,413 (1,270 - 1,563) 1,536 (1,390 - 1,690)
Montana 225 (202 - 250) 19 (17 - 22) 15 (12 - 17) 192 (170 - 215) 206 (184 - 230)
Nebraska 504 (458 - 552) 52 (46 - 57) 38 (33 - 44) 414 (371 - 460) 452 (408 - 500)
Nevada 680 (613 - 751) 63 (55 - 72) 50 (43 - 58) 568 (504 - 635) 617 (552 - 687)
New Hampshire 271 (240 - 305) 23 (20 - 27) 15 (13 - 19) 233 (202 - 266) 248 (217 - 282)
New Jersey 2,472 (2,241 - 2,713) 187 (164 - 211) 149 (126 - 175) 2,137 (1,917 - 2,365) 2,285 (2,060 - 2,521)
New Mexico 591 (538 - 647) 43 (37 - 49) 44 (38 - 51) 505 (453 - 558) 548 (496 - 603)
New York 5,373 (5,098 - 5,654) 401 (373 - 432) 401 (365 - 439) 4,571 (4,306 - 4,843) 4,972 (4,701 - 5,249)
North Carolina 2,547 (2,313 - 2,793) 199 (175 - 225) 190 (163 - 219) 2,159 (1,934 - 2,394) 2,348 (2,117 - 2,590)
North Dakota 192 (176 - 209) 17 (15 - 19) 19 (16 - 21) 157 (142 - 172) 175 (160 - 192)
Ohio 3,111 (2,949 - 3,276) 290 (273 - 308) 209 (192 - 227) 2,613 (2,455 - 2,775) 2,821 (2,662 - 2,985)
Oklahoma 1,087    (992 - 1,186) 97   (86 - 109) 86   (74 - 100) 903 (813 - 997) 990    (896 - 1,087)
Oregon 730 (643 - 825) 70 (61 - 80) 47 (39 - 57) 613 (531 - 704) 661 (576 - 753)
Pennsylvania 3,490 (3,302 - 3,682) 283 (264 - 303) 226 (205 - 249) 2,980 (2,798 - 3,167) 3,207 (3,021 - 3,397)
Rhode Island 240 (213 - 270) 20 (17 - 23) 16 (13 - 19) 205 (179 - 233) 221 (194 - 250)
South Carolina 1,445 (1,319 - 1,576) 109   (97 - 122) 100   (87 - 116) 1,236 (1,115 - 1,360) 1,336 (1,212 - 1,464)
South Dakota 237 (216 - 260) 22 (19 - 24) 17 (15 - 20) 198 (178 - 219) 216 (195 - 238)
Tennessee 1,931 (1,752 - 2,121) 157 (141 - 174) 121 (103 - 140) 1,654 (1,480 - 1,834) 1,774 (1,597 - 1,960)
Texas 7,953 (7,610 - 8,299) 757 (714 - 802) 712 (664 - 763) 6,483 (6,150 - 6,819) 7,195 (6,858 - 7,537)
Utah 813 (750 - 878) 114 (104 - 124) 96   (84 - 109) 603 (545 - 663) 699 (638 - 762)
Vermont 122 (107 - 139) 11   (9 - 12) 8 (6 - 9) 104   (89 - 120) 111   (97 - 128)
Virginia 2,103 (1,902 - 2,315) 161 (142 - 182) 159 (136 - 185) 1,783 (1,590 - 1,985) 1,942 (1,744 - 2,150)
Washington 1,349 (1,192 - 1,518) 145 (128 - 163) 97   (82 - 115) 1,107    (959 - 1,269) 1,204 (1,052 - 1,370)
West Virginia 616 (566 - 668) 47 (42 - 52) 39 (34 - 44) 531 (482 - 581) 569 (520 - 620)
Wisconsin 1,411 (1,274 - 1,557) 143 (129 - 159) 101   (86 - 118) 1,167 (1,036 - 1,306) 1,268 (1,133 - 1,411)
Wyoming 151 (137 - 165) 15 (14 - 17) 13 (11 - 15) 123 (110 - 137) 136 (122 - 150)

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Table 5. – Average Annual Marijuana Initiates, by Age Group and State: Estimated Numbers (in Thousands), Based on 2009 and 2010 NSDUHs
State 12+
(Estimate)
12+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
12-17
(Estimate)
12-17
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18-25
(Estimate)
18-25
(95% Confidence
Interval)
26+
(Estimate)
26+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18+
(Estimate)
18+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
NOTE: Average annual number of marijuana initiates = X1 ÷ 2, where X1 is the number of marijuana initiates in the past 24 months.
NOTE: State and census region estimates, along with the 95 percent Bayesian confidence (credible) intervals, are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach and generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. For the "Total U.S." row, design-based (direct) estimates and corresponding 95 percent confidence intervals are given.
Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2009 and 2010 (Revised March 2012).
Total U.S. 2,728 (2,632 - 2,827) 1,279 (1,231 - 1,328) 1,277 (1,218 - 1,338) 173 (135 - 221) 1,449 (1,371 - 1,531)
Northeast 509 (478 - 541) 233 (217 - 249) 246 (226 - 268) 30 (20 - 43) 276 (251 - 303)
Midwest 591 (561 - 622) 273 (259 - 289) 285 (266 - 306) 32 (22 - 46) 317 (292 - 344)
South 937 (889 - 988) 434 (410 - 458) 443 (412 - 477) 60 (43 - 85) 504 (463 - 548)
West 691 (649 - 737) 339 (316 - 363) 302 (274 - 332) 50 (34 - 75) 352 (317 - 392)
Alabama 35 (30 - 42) 16 (13 - 19) 17 (13 - 22) 2 (1 - 4) 20 (15 - 25)
Alaska 6 (5 - 8) 3 (3 - 4) 3 (2 - 4) 0 (0 - 1) 3 (3 - 4)
Arizona 56 (48 - 66) 28 (23 - 35) 24 (19 - 30) 4 (2 - 7) 28 (22 - 35)
Arkansas 22 (19 - 26) 10   (8 - 13) 10   (8 - 13) 1 (1 - 3) 12   (9 - 15)
California 378 (345 - 416) 185 (166 - 206) 164 (142 - 189) 29 (17 - 49) 193 (166 - 225)
Colorado 52 (45 - 61) 28 (23 - 33) 22 (17 - 27) 3 (2 - 6) 25 (20 - 31)
Connecticut 37 (31 - 43) 17 (14 - 21) 18 (14 - 22) 2 (1 - 4) 20 (16 - 24)
Delaware 8   (7 - 10) 4 (3 - 5) 4 (3 - 5) 0 (0 - 1) 4 (4 - 5)
District of Columbia 6 (5 - 7) 2 (2 - 3) 4 (3 - 5) 0 (0 - 1) 4 (3 - 5)
Florida 146 (132 - 161) 68 (61 - 77) 66 (57 - 76) 12   (7 - 19) 78 (66 - 90)
Georgia 84 (72 - 98) 42 (35 - 51) 37 (30 - 46) 5 (3 - 9) 42 (34 - 52)
Hawaii 10   (9 - 12) 4 (3 - 6) 5 (4 - 6) 1 (0 - 2) 6 (5 - 8)
Idaho 14 (12 - 17) 7 (6 - 8) 7 (5 - 8) 1 (0 - 1) 8 (6 - 9)
Illinois 116 (105 - 127) 52 (46 - 58) 58 (50 - 66) 6   (4 - 10) 64 (56 - 73)
Indiana 56 (48 - 64) 27 (22 - 32) 26 (21 - 32) 3 (2 - 5) 29 (23 - 35)
Iowa 28 (24 - 32) 13 (10 - 15) 14 (11 - 17) 1 (1 - 3) 15 (12 - 19)
Kansas 25 (22 - 30) 12   (9 - 14) 12 (10 - 15) 2 (1 - 3) 14 (11 - 17)
Kentucky 34 (29 - 39) 16 (13 - 20) 16 (13 - 19) 2 (1 - 4) 18 (15 - 22)
Louisiana 35 (30 - 41) 15 (12 - 19) 17 (14 - 21) 2 (1 - 5) 20 (16 - 24)
Maine 10   (9 - 12) 5 (4 - 6) 5 (4 - 6) 1 (0 - 1) 5 (4 - 7)
Maryland 50 (42 - 58) 22 (18 - 27) 25 (20 - 31) 2 (1 - 5) 28 (22 - 34)
Massachusetts 64 (55 - 75) 32 (26 - 38) 29 (23 - 36) 4 (2 - 7) 32 (26 - 40)
Michigan 96   (87 - 105) 43 (39 - 48) 48 (42 - 55) 4 (3 - 8) 52 (46 - 60)
Minnesota 46 (39 - 53) 20 (17 - 25) 23 (18 - 28) 3 (1 - 5) 25 (20 - 31)
Mississippi 23 (19 - 27) 10   (8 - 12) 11   (9 - 14) 1 (1 - 3) 13 (10 - 16)
Missouri 48 (41 - 56) 24 (20 - 29) 21 (17 - 26) 3 (2 - 6) 24 (19 - 30)
Montana 11   (9 - 12) 5 (4 - 5) 6 (5 - 7) 1 (0 - 1) 6 (5 - 7)
Nebraska 15 (13 - 18) 6 (5 - 8) 8   (6 - 10) 1 (0 - 2) 9   (7 - 11)
Nevada 21 (18 - 25) 11   (9 - 14) 8   (6 - 10) 2 (1 - 3) 10   (8 - 12)
New Hampshire 13 (11 - 15) 6 (5 - 7) 6 (5 - 7) 1 (0 - 1) 7 (5 - 8)
New Jersey 81 (70 - 95) 38 (31 - 46) 38 (31 - 48) 5   (3 - 10) 43 (35 - 54)
New Mexico 20 (17 - 23) 10   (8 - 12) 8   (6 - 10) 2 (1 - 3) 9   (7 - 12)
New York 172 (157 - 190) 76 (68 - 86) 85 (74 - 97) 11   (7 - 18) 96   (84 - 110)
North Carolina 75 (64 - 87) 36 (29 - 44) 34 (27 - 43) 4 (2 - 8) 39 (31 - 48)
North Dakota 6 (5 - 7) 2 (2 - 3) 3 (3 - 4) 0 (0 - 1) 4 (3 - 5)
Ohio 99   (91 - 109) 47 (42 - 52) 47 (41 - 53) 6 (3 - 9) 53 (46 - 60)
Oklahoma 30 (25 - 35) 15 (12 - 18) 13 (10 - 17) 2 (1 - 4) 15 (12 - 19)
Oregon 35 (30 - 40) 17 (14 - 21) 15 (12 - 19) 2 (1 - 5) 17 (14 - 22)
Pennsylvania 114 (104 - 125) 50 (45 - 57) 58 (50 - 67) 6   (3 - 10) 64 (55 - 73)
Rhode Island 11   (9 - 13) 5 (4 - 6) 5 (4 - 6) 1 (0 - 2) 6 (5 - 7)
South Carolina 37 (32 - 44) 17 (14 - 20) 18 (15 - 23) 2 (1 - 4) 21 (17 - 26)
South Dakota 7 (6 - 9) 3 (2 - 4) 4 (3 - 5) 0 (0 - 1) 4 (3 - 5)
Tennessee 46 (39 - 54) 20 (16 - 24) 23 (19 - 29) 3 (2 - 6) 26 (21 - 32)
Texas 222 (203 - 244) 104   (93 - 117) 104   (91 - 119) 14   (8 - 23) 118 (103 - 136)
Utah 25 (21 - 29) 12   (9 - 14) 11   (9 - 15) 2 (1 - 3) 13 (10 - 17)
Vermont 7 (6 - 8) 3 (3 - 4) 3 (3 - 4) 0 (0 - 1) 4 (3 - 4)
Virginia 71 (61 - 82) 30 (25 - 36) 36 (30 - 45) 4 (2 - 7) 40 (33 - 49)
Washington 57 (49 - 66) 26 (22 - 32) 27 (22 - 33) 4 (2 - 7) 31 (25 - 38)
West Virginia 14 (12 - 16) 7 (5 - 8) 6 (5 - 8) 1 (1 - 2) 7 (6 - 9)
Wisconsin 49 (42 - 57) 25 (20 - 30) 22 (17 - 28) 3 (1 - 5) 24 (20 - 31)
Wyoming 5 (5 - 6) 2 (2 - 3) 3 (2 - 3) 0 (0 - 1) 3 (2 - 4)

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Table 6. – Illicit Drug Use Other Than Marijuana in the Past Month, by Age Group and State: Estimated Numbers (in Thousands), Annual Averages Based on 2009 and 2010 NSDUHs
State 12+
(Estimate)
12+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
12-17
(Estimate)
12-17
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18-25
(Estimate)
18-25
(95% Confidence
Interval)
26+
(Estimate)
26+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18+
(Estimate)
18+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
NOTE: Illicit Drugs Other Than Marijuana include cocaine (including crack), heroin, hallucinogens, inhalants, or prescription-type psychotherapeutics used nonmedically, including data from original methamphetamine questions but not including new methamphetamine items added in 2005 and 2006. See Section B.4.8 in Appendix B of the Results from the 2008 National Survey on Drug Use and Health: National Findings.
NOTE: State and census region estimates, along with the 95 percent Bayesian confidence (credible) intervals, are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach and generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. For the "Total U.S." row, design-based (direct) estimates and corresponding 95 percent confidence intervals are given.
Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2009 and 2010 (Revised March 2012).
Total U.S. 9,106 (8,707 - 9,521) 1,107 (1,044 - 1,174) 2,760 (2,641 - 2,885) 5,238 (4,882 - 5,620) 7,999 (7,608 - 8,408)
Northeast 1,696 (1,555 - 1,850) 172 (155 - 191) 545 (503 - 590) 980    (856 - 1,121) 1,524 (1,385 - 1,678)
Midwest 1,832 (1,705 - 1,967) 241 (223 - 262) 593 (555 - 634) 998    (887 - 1,121) 1,591 (1,466 - 1,725)
South 3,247 (3,037 - 3,471) 402 (372 - 434) 928 (868 - 992) 1,916 (1,727 - 2,126) 2,845 (2,637 - 3,069)
West 2,330 (2,126 - 2,554) 292 (263 - 324) 694 (636 - 757) 1,345 (1,164 - 1,552) 2,038 (1,837 - 2,261)
Alabama 129 (100 - 165) 19 (15 - 24) 39 (30 - 51) 71   (49 - 103) 110   (82 - 147)
Alaska 22 (17 - 29) 2 (2 - 3) 6 (5 - 8) 13   (9 - 19) 20 (15 - 27)
Arizona 231 (178 - 299) 26 (20 - 34) 60 (47 - 77) 144 (100 - 208) 205 (152 - 274)
Arkansas 95   (74 - 120) 12   (9 - 15) 26 (20 - 33) 57 (40 - 80) 83   (63 - 109)
California 1,148    (994 - 1,323) 162 (139 - 189) 346 (300 - 398) 640 (510 - 803) 986    (836 - 1,161)
Colorado 172 (136 - 217) 18 (14 - 23) 54 (43 - 66) 101   (72 - 141) 154 (119 - 200)
Connecticut 111   (86 - 144) 12   (9 - 15) 34 (27 - 43) 65 (45 - 95) 99   (74 - 132)
Delaware 27 (21 - 34) 3 (2 - 4) 8   (6 - 10) 15 (11 - 22) 24 (18 - 31)
District of Columbia 24 (18 - 31) 2 (1 - 2) 7 (5 - 9) 16 (11 - 22) 22 (17 - 30)
Florida 539 (464 - 627) 60 (51 - 70) 132 (113 - 154) 347 (280 - 430) 479 (405 - 567)
Georgia 257 (200 - 331) 33 (26 - 42) 76 (59 - 98) 148 (102 - 216) 224 (168 - 300)
Hawaii 37 (28 - 49) 4 (3 - 6) 10   (8 - 14) 23 (16 - 34) 33 (24 - 45)
Idaho 49 (38 - 61) 6 (5 - 8) 15 (12 - 18) 28 (20 - 40) 42 (32 - 56)
Illinois 347 (302 - 400) 49 (41 - 57) 117 (102 - 134) 182 (143 - 230) 299 (254 - 351)
Indiana 182 (142 - 232) 25 (20 - 32) 55 (43 - 71) 101   (70 - 146) 157 (119 - 207)
Iowa 60 (45 - 78) 12   (9 - 15) 20 (15 - 27) 28 (17 - 45) 48 (34 - 68)
Kansas 78 (61 - 99) 10   (8 - 13) 27 (21 - 34) 41 (28 - 59) 68 (52 - 89)
Kentucky 122   (96 - 155) 15 (12 - 20) 36 (29 - 46) 70   (49 - 100) 106   (81 - 140)
Louisiana 151 (120 - 190) 15 (12 - 20) 50 (40 - 63) 85   (60 - 120) 136 (105 - 174)
Maine 41 (33 - 52) 4 (3 - 5) 14 (11 - 17) 23 (16 - 33) 37 (29 - 48)
Maryland 151 (113 - 202) 19 (15 - 25) 40 (29 - 53) 92   (61 - 138) 132   (94 - 183)
Massachusetts 237 (189 - 296) 21 (16 - 27) 86   (69 - 106) 130   (92 - 183) 216 (168 - 276)
Michigan 313 (274 - 359) 36 (31 - 42) 94   (82 - 106) 183 (149 - 226) 277 (238 - 322)
Minnesota 124   (95 - 161) 15 (11 - 19) 41 (32 - 53) 68   (45 - 101) 109   (81 - 147)
Mississippi 80   (63 - 102) 14 (11 - 17) 26 (20 - 33) 41 (28 - 60) 67 (50 - 88)
Missouri 147 (114 - 191) 20 (15 - 25) 48 (37 - 62) 80   (53 - 119) 128   (95 - 172)
Montana 26 (20 - 33) 3 (3 - 4) 8   (7 - 11) 14   (9 - 20) 22 (17 - 30)
Nebraska 44 (33 - 57) 6 (4 - 8) 14 (11 - 18) 24 (16 - 35) 38 (28 - 51)
Nevada 101   (79 - 129) 11   (8 - 14) 27 (21 - 33) 64 (45 - 90) 90   (69 - 118)
New Hampshire 52 (42 - 66) 5 (3 - 6) 18 (14 - 21) 30 (21 - 43) 48 (37 - 61)
New Jersey 241 (185 - 314) 25 (19 - 33) 72 (56 - 92) 145   (98 - 211) 217 (161 - 291)
New Mexico 65 (51 - 83) 9   (7 - 11) 20 (16 - 25) 37 (25 - 53) 57 (43 - 75)
New York 606 (522 - 704) 61 (51 - 72) 189 (164 - 217) 357 (284 - 448) 546 (462 - 644)
North Carolina 262 (205 - 334) 30 (23 - 39) 76 (59 - 97) 155 (109 - 222) 232 (175 - 305)
North Dakota 13 (10 - 17) 2 (2 - 3) 5 (3 - 6) 6 (4 - 9) 11   (8 - 15)
Ohio 333 (291 - 381) 43 (37 - 50) 106   (94 - 119) 184 (148 - 230) 290 (248 - 339)
Oklahoma 136 (107 - 173) 13 (10 - 17) 44 (34 - 56) 79   (56 - 111) 123   (94 - 160)
Oregon 140 (111 - 178) 16 (12 - 20) 40 (31 - 50) 85   (60 - 120) 125   (95 - 163)
Pennsylvania 340 (292 - 397) 39 (33 - 46) 109   (94 - 126) 192 (151 - 245) 301 (253 - 358)
Rhode Island 42 (33 - 54) 4 (3 - 5) 15 (11 - 18) 24 (16 - 34) 38 (29 - 50)
South Carolina 146 (109 - 194) 14 (11 - 18) 33 (25 - 45) 98   (67 - 144) 132   (96 - 181)
South Dakota 16 (12 - 21) 3 (2 - 4) 5 (4 - 7) 8   (5 - 13) 13   (9 - 19)
Tennessee 193 (150 - 249) 22 (17 - 28) 53 (41 - 67) 119   (83 - 169) 171 (128 - 228)
Texas 642 (557 - 740) 99   (84 - 117) 193 (166 - 224) 350 (278 - 439) 543 (460 - 641)
Utah 79 (63 - 99) 10   (8 - 13) 30 (24 - 38) 39 (27 - 56) 69 (53 - 90)
Vermont 25 (20 - 31) 2 (1 - 2) 9   (8 - 11) 13 (10 - 19) 23 (18 - 29)
Virginia 228 (177 - 293) 26 (20 - 33) 70 (55 - 88) 132   (91 - 191) 202 (152 - 268)
Washington 245 (193 - 311) 23 (17 - 29) 73 (58 - 91) 150 (107 - 210) 223 (171 - 289)
West Virginia 64 (51 - 82) 6 (5 - 8) 19 (16 - 24) 39 (27 - 55) 58 (45 - 76)
Wisconsin 175 (138 - 222) 21 (17 - 27) 61 (48 - 78) 92   (64 - 134) 154 (117 - 201)
Wyoming 15 (11 - 19) 2 (2 - 3) 5 (4 - 6) 8   (5 - 12) 13   (9 - 17)

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Table 7. – Cocaine Use in the Past Year, by Age Group and State: Estimated Numbers (in Thousands), Annual Averages Based on 2009 and 2010 NSDUHs
State 12+
(Estimate)
12+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
12-17
(Estimate)
12-17
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18-25
(Estimate)
18-25
(95% Confidence
Interval)
26+
(Estimate)
26+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18+
(Estimate)
18+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
NOTE: State and census region estimates, along with the 95 percent Bayesian confidence (credible) intervals, are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach and generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. For the "Total U.S." row, design-based (direct) estimates and corresponding 95 percent confidence intervals are given.
Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2009 and 2010 (Revised March 2012).
Total U.S. 4,670 (4,390 - 4,967) 241 (212 - 274) 1,692 (1,600 - 1,789) 2,738 (2,492 - 3,005) 4,430 (4,153 - 4,722)
Northeast 1,048    (937 - 1,172) 41 (34 - 49) 386 (348 - 427) 622 (526 - 734) 1,007    (897 - 1,131)
Midwest 853 (768 - 945) 50 (42 - 58) 317 (287 - 350) 486 (411 - 574) 803 (719 - 896)
South 1,539 (1,396 - 1,697) 80 (69 - 93) 519 (470 - 573) 941    (813 - 1,087) 1,459 (1,317 - 1,616)
West 1,230 (1,094 - 1,381) 70 (57 - 85) 471 (421 - 525) 689 (575 - 826) 1,160 (1,026 - 1,310)
Alabama 40 (26 - 63) 3 (2 - 4) 13   (9 - 21) 24 (13 - 44) 38 (23 - 61)
Alaska 13   (9 - 18) 1 (0 - 1) 5 (4 - 7) 8   (5 - 12) 12   (9 - 18)
Arizona 105   (73 - 150) 6 (4 - 9) 39 (29 - 54) 59 (36 - 97) 99   (67 - 144)
Arkansas 27 (18 - 40) 2 (1 - 3) 9   (6 - 13) 16 (10 - 28) 25 (16 - 39)
California 636 (529 - 763) 40 (30 - 53) 244 (204 - 291) 352 (267 - 466) 597 (491 - 724)
Colorado 126   (95 - 168) 4 (3 - 6) 46 (36 - 60) 75   (50 - 112) 122   (90 - 164)
Connecticut 50 (35 - 71) 3 (2 - 4) 19 (14 - 27) 28 (16 - 46) 47 (32 - 68)
Delaware 13   (9 - 19) 1 (0 - 1) 5 (3 - 6) 8   (5 - 13) 13   (9 - 18)
District of Columbia 16 (11 - 23) 0 (0 - 0) 4 (3 - 5) 12   (8 - 19) 16 (11 - 23)
Florida 287 (235 - 352) 12   (9 - 15) 93   (78 - 112) 182 (137 - 242) 275 (223 - 341)
Georgia 111   (75 - 164) 6 (4 - 8) 36 (25 - 52) 69   (41 - 115) 105   (69 - 159)
Hawaii 17 (11 - 24) 1 (1 - 1) 6 (4 - 8) 10 (6 - 17) 16 (11 - 24)
Idaho 13   (9 - 19) 1 (1 - 2) 6 (4 - 9) 6   (3 - 11) 12   (8 - 18)
Illinois 183 (151 - 222) 9   (7 - 12) 65 (55 - 78) 109   (82 - 144) 174 (142 - 213)
Indiana 61 (42 - 90) 5 (3 - 7) 24 (16 - 34) 33 (19 - 57) 57 (37 - 86)
Iowa 26 (17 - 38) 3 (2 - 4) 11   (7 - 16) 12   (7 - 23) 23 (15 - 36)
Kansas 36 (26 - 51) 2 (2 - 3) 15 (11 - 21) 19 (11 - 31) 34 (23 - 49)
Kentucky 45 (30 - 66) 4 (2 - 5) 17 (11 - 24) 25 (14 - 43) 41 (27 - 63)
Louisiana 60 (42 - 87) 3 (2 - 4) 19 (14 - 27) 38 (24 - 61) 58 (39 - 84)
Maine 22 (17 - 30) 1 (1 - 1) 9   (7 - 12) 13   (8 - 20) 21 (16 - 30)
Maryland 84   (57 - 125) 4 (2 - 5) 26 (18 - 37) 54 (33 - 89) 81   (53 - 121)
Massachusetts 166 (124 - 221) 5 (3 - 7) 62 (48 - 80) 99   (66 - 146) 161 (119 - 216)
Michigan 138 (113 - 168) 7 (5 - 9) 50 (42 - 60) 81   (61 - 109) 131 (107 - 161)
Minnesota 55 (37 - 80) 4 (3 - 6) 21 (15 - 30) 30 (17 - 51) 51 (34 - 76)
Mississippi 38 (26 - 56) 2 (1 - 2) 11   (8 - 16) 25 (16 - 41) 37 (25 - 55)
Missouri 84   (59 - 118) 4 (3 - 6) 29 (21 - 41) 50 (31 - 79) 79   (55 - 114)
Montana 15 (11 - 21) 1 (1 - 1) 6 (5 - 9) 8   (5 - 13) 14 (10 - 20)
Nebraska 20 (14 - 29) 1 (1 - 2) 8   (6 - 12) 11   (6 - 18) 19 (13 - 28)
Nevada 52 (37 - 72) 2 (1 - 3) 17 (13 - 22) 33 (21 - 50) 49 (35 - 69)
New Hampshire 31 (23 - 41) 1 (1 - 2) 12   (9 - 15) 18 (12 - 26) 30 (22 - 40)
New Jersey 160 (115 - 224) 6   (4 - 10) 52 (38 - 71) 102   (66 - 157) 154 (109 - 218)
New Mexico 40 (29 - 53) 2 (1 - 3) 15 (12 - 20) 22 (14 - 34) 37 (27 - 51)
New York 369 (307 - 444) 15 (11 - 19) 144 (122 - 169) 211 (160 - 279) 355 (293 - 430)
North Carolina 139   (97 - 198) 6 (4 - 9) 43 (31 - 59) 90   (57 - 142) 133   (91 - 193)
North Dakota 5 (4 - 8) 0 (0 - 1) 2 (2 - 4) 2 (1 - 4) 5 (3 - 7)
Ohio 142 (115 - 175) 9   (7 - 12) 50 (42 - 60) 83   (60 - 114) 133 (106 - 167)
Oklahoma 41 (27 - 60) 3 (2 - 5) 17 (11 - 25) 21 (12 - 37) 38 (25 - 58)
Oregon 62 (46 - 85) 4 (2 - 5) 25 (19 - 34) 34 (22 - 53) 59 (42 - 82)
Pennsylvania 207 (170 - 253) 8   (6 - 11) 70 (58 - 85) 128   (97 - 170) 199 (161 - 245)
Rhode Island 26 (19 - 36) 1 (1 - 1) 10   (7 - 13) 15 (10 - 24) 25 (18 - 35)
South Carolina 79   (55 - 114) 2 (2 - 4) 20 (14 - 28) 57 (36 - 89) 77   (52 - 112)
South Dakota 8   (5 - 11) 1 (0 - 1) 3 (2 - 5) 4 (2 - 7) 7   (4 - 11)
Tennessee 64 (42 - 97) 4 (3 - 7) 19 (13 - 29) 40 (23 - 69) 59 (38 - 93)
Texas 347 (286 - 421) 24 (18 - 31) 132 (110 - 159) 191 (142 - 256) 324 (263 - 397)
Utah 28 (20 - 41) 3 (2 - 4) 13   (9 - 19) 13   (7 - 22) 26 (17 - 38)
Vermont 16 (13 - 21) 1 (0 - 1) 7 (6 - 9) 9   (6 - 13) 16 (12 - 21)
Virginia 119   (86 - 163) 5 (4 - 7) 43 (32 - 58) 70   (46 - 109) 114   (81 - 158)
Washington 117   (84 - 161) 5 (4 - 8) 45 (33 - 60) 67   (42 - 105) 111   (79 - 156)
West Virginia 29 (21 - 40) 1 (1 - 2) 11   (8 - 14) 17 (11 - 26) 27 (19 - 39)
Wisconsin 95   (68 - 132) 4 (3 - 6) 38 (28 - 51) 53 (33 - 84) 91   (64 - 128)
Wyoming 6 (4 - 9) 0 (0 - 1) 3 (2 - 4) 3 (2 - 5) 6 (4 - 9)

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Table 8. – Nonmedical Use of Pain Relievers in the Past Year, by Age Group and State: Estimated Numbers (in Thousands), Annual Averages Based on 2009 and 2010 NSDUHs
State 12+
(Estimate)
12+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
12-17
(Estimate)
12-17
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18-25
(Estimate)
18-25
(95% Confidence
Interval)
26+
(Estimate)
26+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18+
(Estimate)
18+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
NOTE: State and census region estimates, along with the 95 percent Bayesian confidence (credible) intervals, are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach and generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. For the "Total U.S." row, design-based (direct) estimates and corresponding 95 percent confidence intervals are given.
Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2009 and 2010 (Revised March 2012).
Total U.S. 12,346 (11,887 - 12,822) 1,575 (1,500 - 1,653) 3,903 (3,763 - 4,048) 6,868 (6,460 - 7,301) 10,771 (10,321 - 11,240)
Northeast 2,091 (1,950 - 2,243) 231 (210 - 254) 730 (686 - 776) 1,131 (1,010 - 1,265) 1,860 (1,722 - 2,010)
Midwest 2,656 (2,513 - 2,804) 353 (331 - 377) 889 (844 - 937) 1,413 (1,289 - 1,547) 2,303 (2,163 - 2,449)
South 4,411 (4,167 - 4,668) 582 (545 - 622) 1,378 (1,309 - 1,451) 2,450 (2,238 - 2,682) 3,829 (3,591 - 4,082)
West 3,188 (2,951 - 3,443) 408 (373 - 447) 906 (844 - 971) 1,874 (1,663 - 2,110) 2,780 (2,549 - 3,031)
Alabama 180 (146 - 220) 27 (22 - 33) 57 (46 - 70) 95   (70 - 129) 152 (120 - 192)
Alaska 30 (24 - 37) 4 (3 - 5) 9   (8 - 11) 17 (12 - 23) 26 (21 - 33)
Arizona 338 (270 - 421) 41 (33 - 51) 89   (73 - 108) 208 (152 - 285) 297 (231 - 379)
Arkansas 131 (106 - 161) 17 (14 - 21) 37 (31 - 45) 76   (56 - 102) 113   (90 - 143)
California 1,493 (1,324 - 1,684) 205 (178 - 236) 419 (369 - 474) 870    (724 - 1,043) 1,288 (1,124 - 1,476)
Colorado 257 (209 - 316) 28 (22 - 34) 74 (62 - 89) 155 (115 - 208) 229 (182 - 288)
Connecticut 122   (97 - 152) 14 (11 - 18) 42 (34 - 51) 66 (47 - 92) 107   (84 - 137)
Delaware 41 (33 - 50) 4 (3 - 5) 13 (11 - 15) 24 (17 - 32) 37 (29 - 46)
District of Columbia 22 (17 - 28) 2 (1 - 2) 7 (6 - 9) 13 (10 - 18) 20 (16 - 26)
Florida 679 (593 - 776) 80 (69 - 93) 181 (159 - 205) 418 (344 - 507) 598 (515 - 696)
Georgia 337 (274 - 414) 49 (40 - 62) 110   (90 - 134) 178 (130 - 242) 288 (228 - 363)
Hawaii 44 (35 - 57) 5 (4 - 6) 12 (10 - 15) 27 (19 - 38) 39 (30 - 52)
Idaho 76 (62 - 92) 10   (8 - 12) 23 (19 - 27) 43 (32 - 58) 66 (53 - 82)
Illinois 418 (369 - 473) 58 (49 - 67) 147 (130 - 165) 214 (174 - 262) 360 (313 - 414)
Indiana 302 (250 - 363) 40 (32 - 49) 103   (86 - 123) 159 (119 - 211) 262 (213 - 322)
Iowa 93   (74 - 114) 15 (12 - 19) 32 (25 - 40) 46 (32 - 64) 77 (60 - 99)
Kansas 108   (89 - 131) 15 (12 - 19) 37 (30 - 45) 55 (41 - 74) 92   (74 - 115)
Kentucky 191 (157 - 231) 25 (20 - 31) 61 (51 - 73) 105   (79 - 140) 166 (133 - 205)
Louisiana 207 (171 - 251) 23 (19 - 29) 73 (61 - 88) 110   (82 - 147) 184 (149 - 226)
Maine 51 (41 - 63) 6 (5 - 7) 18 (15 - 21) 27 (20 - 38) 45 (36 - 57)
Maryland 200 (157 - 253) 26 (21 - 33) 63 (50 - 78) 111   (78 - 156) 173 (133 - 226)
Massachusetts 283 (233 - 343) 28 (22 - 35) 101   (83 - 121) 155 (116 - 206) 255 (207 - 315)
Michigan 460 (410 - 515) 53 (46 - 60) 147 (133 - 162) 260 (216 - 312) 407 (358 - 462)
Minnesota 179 (144 - 222) 24 (19 - 30) 63 (51 - 77) 92   (66 - 129) 155 (122 - 198)
Mississippi 121   (98 - 148) 21 (17 - 26) 37 (30 - 45) 63 (46 - 86) 100   (78 - 126)
Missouri 254 (209 - 307) 32 (26 - 40) 85   (70 - 103) 136 (102 - 182) 221 (178 - 274)
Montana 41 (34 - 50) 5 (4 - 6) 14 (11 - 16) 23 (17 - 31) 36 (29 - 45)
Nebraska 57 (46 - 71) 8   (6 - 10) 20 (16 - 25) 29 (21 - 40) 49 (39 - 62)
Nevada 128 (104 - 157) 16 (13 - 21) 34 (28 - 41) 78   (58 - 104) 112   (89 - 140)
New Hampshire 61 (49 - 74) 6 (5 - 8) 21 (18 - 25) 33 (25 - 45) 54 (43 - 67)
New Jersey 301 (243 - 372) 34 (27 - 44) 105   (86 - 127) 162 (117 - 223) 266 (211 - 336)
New Mexico 95   (76 - 117) 13 (11 - 17) 26 (21 - 31) 56 (41 - 76) 81   (64 - 103)
New York 729 (646 - 823) 79 (68 - 93) 258 (231 - 289) 391 (322 - 474) 649 (568 - 742)
North Carolina 347 (281 - 428) 50 (40 - 61) 104   (85 - 127) 193 (142 - 261) 297 (234 - 376)
North Dakota 22 (18 - 27) 3 (3 - 4) 8   (7 - 10) 11   (8 - 15) 19 (15 - 24)
Ohio 525 (472 - 583) 70 (62 - 80) 165 (150 - 181) 289 (243 - 344) 454 (403 - 512)
Oklahoma 209 (170 - 256) 23 (19 - 29) 66 (54 - 79) 120   (89 - 161) 186 (149 - 232)
Oregon 215 (176 - 262) 23 (18 - 28) 59 (49 - 70) 133 (100 - 176) 192 (154 - 239)
Pennsylvania 466 (410 - 530) 55 (48 - 64) 157 (140 - 176) 254 (207 - 311) 411 (357 - 474)
Rhode Island 53 (43 - 65) 5 (4 - 6) 19 (16 - 23) 29 (21 - 39) 48 (38 - 60)
South Carolina 189 (153 - 234) 21 (17 - 26) 59 (48 - 72) 109   (80 - 148) 168 (133 - 213)
South Dakota 24 (19 - 30) 4 (3 - 5) 8   (6 - 10) 12   (9 - 18) 20 (16 - 26)
Tennessee 232 (188 - 285) 30 (25 - 38) 77 (63 - 94) 125   (91 - 171) 201 (159 - 254)
Texas 909    (805 - 1,025) 130 (112 - 150) 298 (265 - 336) 481 (395 - 584) 779 (679 - 893)
Utah 106   (88 - 129) 17 (13 - 21) 39 (32 - 48) 51 (37 - 68) 90   (72 - 112)
Vermont 26 (21 - 32) 3 (2 - 3) 10   (8 - 12) 14 (10 - 19) 23 (19 - 29)
Virginia 330 (271 - 401) 42 (34 - 52) 108   (90 - 130) 180 (134 - 241) 288 (231 - 358)
Washington 344 (283 - 417) 39 (31 - 47) 102   (86 - 121) 203 (153 - 269) 305 (247 - 377)
West Virginia 86   (71 - 105) 9   (8 - 12) 26 (22 - 31) 50 (38 - 68) 77 (62 - 96)
Wisconsin 215 (173 - 266) 31 (25 - 39) 74 (60 - 91) 110   (78 - 153) 184 (143 - 234)
Wyoming 20 (16 - 25) 3 (2 - 4) 7 (5 - 8) 11   (8 - 15) 17 (14 - 22)

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Table 9. – Alcohol Use in the Past Month, by Age Group and State: Estimated Numbers (in Thousands), Annual Averages Based on 2009 and 2010 NSDUHs
State 12+
(Estimate)
12+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
12-17
(Estimate)
12-17
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18-25
(Estimate)
18-25
(95% Confidence
Interval)
26+
(Estimate)
26+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18+
(Estimate)
18+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
NOTE: State and census region estimates, along with the 95 percent Bayesian confidence (credible) intervals, are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach and generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. For the "Total U.S." row, design-based (direct) estimates and corresponding 95 percent confidence intervals are given.
Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2009 and 2010 (Revised March 2012).
Total U.S. 131,017 (129,609 - 132,407) 3,484 (3,374 - 3,597) 20,834 (20,580 - 21,087) 106,699 (105,352 - 108,024) 127,533 (126,145 - 128,899)
Northeast 26,537 (25,919 - 27,151) 690 (654 - 729) 4,114 (4,003 - 4,222) 21,733 (21,178 - 22,283) 25,847 (25,228 - 26,461)
Midwest 30,202 (29,551 - 30,855) 763 (730 - 797) 4,818 (4,694 - 4,939) 24,622 (24,050 - 25,191) 29,439 (28,786 - 30,089)
South 44,208 (43,120 - 45,282) 1,204 (1,150 - 1,261) 7,056 (6,852 - 7,258) 35,949 (35,001 - 36,880) 43,004 (41,916 - 44,075)
West 30,069 (29,260 - 30,872) 827 (776 - 879) 4,847 (4,692 - 4,999) 24,396 (23,670 - 25,111) 29,243 (28,433 - 30,040)
Alabama 1,674 (1,550 - 1,800) 46 (38 - 54) 270 (248 - 292) 1,359 (1,244 - 1,475) 1,628 (1,505 - 1,753)
Alaska 293 (274 - 312) 8   (7 - 10) 48 (45 - 52) 237 (219 - 254) 285 (266 - 304)
Arizona 2,573 (2,378 - 2,772) 73 (61 - 88) 389 (360 - 417) 2,112 (1,928 - 2,294) 2,500 (2,306 - 2,693)
Arkansas 976    (898 - 1,056) 33 (28 - 39) 165 (153 - 177) 778 (705 - 853) 943    (866 - 1,022)
California 15,204 (14,627 - 15,780) 434 (394 - 478) 2,639 (2,529 - 2,745) 12,132 (11,594 - 12,666) 14,770 (14,193 - 15,342)
Colorado 2,585 (2,446 - 2,719) 67 (57 - 79) 383 (361 - 402) 2,135 (2,004 - 2,258) 2,518 (2,379 - 2,649)
Connecticut 1,747 (1,645 - 1,848) 50 (43 - 59) 258 (243 - 272) 1,439 (1,342 - 1,532) 1,697 (1,594 - 1,795)
Delaware 416 (390 - 441) 11   (9 - 13) 63 (59 - 66) 342 (317 - 366) 405 (379 - 430)
District of Columbia 317 (300 - 333) 5 (4 - 6) 62 (59 - 65) 249 (233 - 265) 312 (295 - 328)
Florida 7,884 (7,580 - 8,187) 192 (174 - 211) 1,051 (1,003 - 1,098) 6,642 (6,355 - 6,926) 7,692 (7,390 - 7,995)
Georgia 3,793 (3,522 - 4,065) 116   (99 - 137) 609 (566 - 651) 3,068 (2,816 - 3,319) 3,676 (3,408 - 3,943)
Hawaii 503 (466 - 540) 12 (10 - 14) 78 (72 - 84) 412 (379 - 446) 491 (455 - 527)
Idaho 590 (549 - 631) 17 (15 - 20) 94   (87 - 100) 479 (441 - 517) 573 (532 - 613)
Illinois 5,753 (5,559 - 5,944) 145 (131 - 160) 974    (938 - 1,008) 4,634 (4,455 - 4,811) 5,608 (5,416 - 5,797)
Indiana 2,606 (2,433 - 2,780) 67 (56 - 79) 422 (394 - 449) 2,117 (1,956 - 2,277) 2,539 (2,367 - 2,710)
Iowa 1,403 (1,319 - 1,486) 41 (35 - 47) 239 (225 - 252) 1,123 (1,044 - 1,199) 1,362 (1,278 - 1,442)
Kansas 1,271 (1,196 - 1,345) 36 (30 - 41) 209 (196 - 222) 1,026 (956 - 1,094) 1,235 (1,160 - 1,308)
Kentucky 1,391 (1,278 - 1,508) 44 (36 - 52) 221 (203 - 240) 1,126 (1,021 - 1,234) 1,347 (1,235 - 1,462)
Louisiana 1,710 (1,588 - 1,833) 55 (47 - 65) 313 (292 - 334) 1,341 (1,229 - 1,454) 1,654 (1,533 - 1,775)
Maine 634 (597 - 670) 13 (11 - 16) 83 (78 - 88) 537 (502 - 572) 621 (584 - 657)
Maryland 2,450 (2,277 - 2,622) 58 (49 - 69) 364 (336 - 391) 2,028 (1,867 - 2,186) 2,392 (2,220 - 2,561)
Massachusetts 3,554 (3,383 - 3,717) 77 (65 - 90) 569 (541 - 595) 2,907 (2,747 - 3,058) 3,477 (3,307 - 3,637)
Michigan 4,553 (4,397 - 4,707) 110 (100 - 121) 687 (661 - 713) 3,756 (3,610 - 3,899) 4,443 (4,287 - 4,597)
Minnesota 2,571 (2,426 - 2,715) 54 (46 - 64) 389 (366 - 411) 2,128 (1,990 - 2,259) 2,517 (2,370 - 2,656)
Mississippi 973    (897 - 1,050) 31 (26 - 37) 178 (165 - 191) 764 (694 - 835) 942    (867 - 1,017)
Missouri 2,505 (2,340 - 2,669) 72 (62 - 84) 389 (363 - 414) 2,043 (1,888 - 2,197) 2,433 (2,269 - 2,595)
Montana 474 (447 - 502) 14 (12 - 16) 73 (68 - 77) 387 (361 - 413) 460 (433 - 487)
Nebraska 759 (709 - 808) 19 (16 - 23) 136 (128 - 144) 603 (556 - 650) 739 (690 - 788)
Nevada 1,173 (1,095 - 1,250) 31 (26 - 37) 150 (140 - 161) 992 (918 - 1,064) 1,143 (1,065 - 1,218)
New Hampshire 719 (682 - 754) 18 (16 - 21) 104 (99 - 108) 597 (562 - 629) 700 (664 - 735)
New Jersey 4,041 (3,799 - 4,279) 106   (90 - 124) 565 (529 - 598) 3,370 (3,141 - 3,593) 3,935 (3,694 - 4,169)
New Mexico 748 (691 - 806) 23 (20 - 28) 129 (119 - 138) 596 (543 - 649) 725 (668 - 781)
New York 9,113 (8,791 - 9,431) 253 (230 - 277) 1,490 (1,435 - 1,542) 7,371 (7,070 - 7,667) 8,861 (8,539 - 9,177)
North Carolina 3,745 (3,489 - 4,001) 89   (74 - 106) 584 (545 - 622) 3,072 (2,829 - 3,314) 3,656 (3,402 - 3,908)
North Dakota 322 (304 - 339) 8 (7 - 9) 65 (62 - 68) 249 (232 - 265) 314 (296 - 331)
Ohio 5,052 (4,868 - 5,235) 127 (116 - 140) 794 (766 - 821) 4,131 (3,957 - 4,303) 4,925 (4,742 - 5,106)
Oklahoma 1,407 (1,300 - 1,515) 43 (36 - 51) 255 (237 - 272) 1,109 (1,009 - 1,210) 1,364 (1,258 - 1,470)
Oregon 1,961 (1,857 - 2,063) 50 (43 - 57) 269 (254 - 284) 1,642 (1,543 - 1,736) 1,912 (1,807 - 2,011)
Pennsylvania 5,852 (5,628 - 6,073) 152 (138 - 167) 902 (867 - 936) 4,798 (4,589 - 5,004) 5,700 (5,477 - 5,920)
Rhode Island 545 (512 - 577) 13 (11 - 15) 91 (85 - 96) 442 (411 - 471) 532 (500 - 563)
South Carolina 1,723 (1,596 - 1,851) 43 (36 - 51) 266 (246 - 285) 1,415 (1,296 - 1,534) 1,680 (1,554 - 1,806)
South Dakota 383 (361 - 405) 10   (8 - 12) 65 (62 - 69) 308 (287 - 328) 373 (351 - 395)
Tennessee 2,107 (1,927 - 2,292) 55 (47 - 65) 332 (305 - 359) 1,719 (1,550 - 1,893) 2,051 (1,872 - 2,234)
Texas 9,674   (9,299 - 10,048) 284 (256 - 314) 1,666 (1,599 - 1,733) 7,724 (7,378 - 8,067) 9,390 (9,018 - 9,759)
Utah 572 (510 - 637) 19 (15 - 25) 123 (109 - 139) 429 (373 - 490) 552 (492 - 616)
Vermont 331 (314 - 348) 8 (7 - 9) 53 (50 - 55) 271 (254 - 287) 323 (306 - 340)
Virginia 3,349 (3,132 - 3,564) 81 (68 - 95) 558 (524 - 591) 2,710 (2,506 - 2,912) 3,268 (3,053 - 3,481)
Washington 3,156 (2,971 - 3,337) 70 (59 - 83) 435 (407 - 463) 2,650 (2,477 - 2,817) 3,085 (2,901 - 3,264)
West Virginia 621 (568 - 675) 19 (16 - 22) 99   (92 - 106) 503 (453 - 554) 602 (550 - 655)
Wisconsin 3,025 (2,878 - 3,165) 74 (64 - 85) 447 (422 - 471) 2,503 (2,365 - 2,633) 2,951 (2,804 - 3,089)
Wyoming 236 (221 - 252) 7 (6 - 8) 37 (35 - 40) 192 (178 - 206) 230 (214 - 245)

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Table 10. – Binge Alcohol Use in the Past Month, by Age Group and State: Estimated Numbers (in Thousands), Annual Averages Based on 2009 and 2010 NSDUHs
State 12+
(Estimate)
12+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
12-17
(Estimate)
12-17
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18-25
(Estimate)
18-25
(95% Confidence
Interval)
26+
(Estimate)
26+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18+
(Estimate)
18+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
NOTE: Binge Alcohol Use is defined as drinking five or more drinks on the same occasion (i.e., at the same time or within a couple of hours of each other) on at least 1 day in the past 30 days.
NOTE: State and census region estimates, along with the 95 percent Bayesian confidence (credible) intervals, are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach and generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. For the "Total U.S." row, design-based (direct) estimates and corresponding 95 percent confidence intervals are given.
Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2009 and 2010 (Revised March 2012).
Total U.S. 59,113 (58,039 - 60,199) 2,051 (1,965 - 2,139) 13,920 (13,664 - 14,178) 43,142 (42,137 - 44,162) 57,063 (55,990 - 58,147)
Northeast 11,537 (11,147 - 11,936) 402 (373 - 433) 2,751 (2,673 - 2,830) 8,384 (8,014 - 8,766) 11,135 (10,749 - 11,531)
Midwest 14,112 (13,751 - 14,480) 468 (441 - 496) 3,329 (3,251 - 3,407) 10,316   (9,972 - 10,668) 13,644 (13,284 - 14,009)
South 19,965 (19,394 - 20,546) 677 (638 - 719) 4,602 (4,480 - 4,725) 14,686 (14,135 - 15,250) 19,288 (18,719 - 19,867)
West 13,499 (13,030 - 13,979) 504 (463 - 548) 3,238 (3,132 - 3,346) 9,757   (9,313 - 10,215) 12,995 (12,531 - 13,471)
Alabama 809 (716 - 911) 26 (21 - 32) 169 (150 - 190) 614 (528 - 710) 783 (691 - 884)
Alaska 137 (123 - 152) 5 (4 - 7) 33 (30 - 37) 98   (86 - 112) 132 (118 - 146)
Arizona 1,264 (1,122 - 1,417) 47 (38 - 58) 271 (244 - 299) 946    (816 - 1,090) 1,217 (1,076 - 1,367)
Arkansas 448 (397 - 505) 18 (15 - 22) 104   (92 - 116) 327 (280 - 379) 430 (379 - 486)
California 6,896 (6,509 - 7,299) 266 (232 - 304) 1,726 (1,636 - 1,817) 4,905 (4,541 - 5,289) 6,630 (6,247 - 7,030)
Colorado 1,081    (973 - 1,197) 37 (30 - 45) 255 (234 - 276) 789 (690 - 898) 1,044    (937 - 1,159)
Connecticut 776 (699 - 858) 32 (26 - 39) 183 (167 - 199) 561 (490 - 639) 744 (667 - 825)
Delaware 178 (160 - 199) 6 (5 - 8) 43 (39 - 46) 129 (112 - 149) 172 (154 - 192)
District of Columbia 152 (138 - 166) 2 (2 - 3) 40 (37 - 44) 109   (96 - 123) 149 (136 - 164)
Florida 3,215 (3,015 - 3,425) 102   (89 - 117) 659 (621 - 699) 2,453 (2,261 - 2,658) 3,113 (2,915 - 3,322)
Georgia 1,590 (1,416 - 1,780) 59 (48 - 73) 390 (352 - 430) 1,141    (980 - 1,321) 1,530 (1,358 - 1,718)
Hawaii 249 (223 - 277) 8   (6 - 10) 54 (48 - 59) 188 (164 - 214) 241 (216 - 269)
Idaho 272 (244 - 303) 11   (9 - 13) 64 (58 - 70) 198 (171 - 226) 261 (233 - 292)
Illinois 2,760 (2,619 - 2,905) 92   (81 - 104) 681 (650 - 712) 1,987 (1,852 - 2,127) 2,668 (2,528 - 2,812)
Indiana 1,189 (1,068 - 1,320) 41 (34 - 50) 286 (259 - 313) 862 (752 - 984) 1,148 (1,028 - 1,277)
Iowa 686 (622 - 752) 25 (21 - 30) 171 (158 - 185) 489 (432 - 552) 661 (598 - 725)
Kansas 590 (532 - 652) 21 (17 - 26) 142 (128 - 156) 427 (374 - 485) 569 (511 - 631)
Kentucky 770 (690 - 856) 27 (22 - 34) 174 (158 - 192) 568 (495 - 650) 743 (663 - 828)
Louisiana 840 (753 - 934) 27 (22 - 33) 201 (183 - 221) 612 (532 - 700) 813 (726 - 906)
Maine 259 (233 - 288) 8   (7 - 10) 59 (54 - 64) 192 (167 - 220) 251 (225 - 280)
Maryland 952    (838 - 1,077) 35 (28 - 43) 223 (198 - 249) 695 (590 - 812) 917    (804 - 1,042)
Massachusetts 1,428 (1,294 - 1,570) 46 (38 - 56) 372 (343 - 403) 1,009    (886 - 1,144) 1,382 (1,249 - 1,523)
Michigan 2,197 (2,079 - 2,319) 66 (58 - 74) 474 (452 - 496) 1,657 (1,545 - 1,775) 2,131 (2,014 - 2,252)
Minnesota 1,130 (1,021 - 1,246) 33 (27 - 40) 266 (244 - 288) 831 (731 - 941) 1,097 (988 - 1,212)
Mississippi 477 (425 - 534) 17 (13 - 21) 111   (99 - 123) 349 (302 - 402) 460 (408 - 517)
Missouri 1,183 (1,065 - 1,310) 45 (37 - 55) 255 (232 - 278) 883    (772 - 1,004) 1,138 (1,021 - 1,263)
Montana 229 (208 - 251) 9   (8 - 11) 55 (51 - 59) 164 (145 - 185) 220 (199 - 241)
Nebraska 362 (326 - 401) 13 (10 - 15) 99   (91 - 107) 251 (218 - 287) 350 (314 - 388)
Nevada 573 (512 - 638) 18 (14 - 22) 108   (98 - 118) 447 (390 - 509) 555 (495 - 619)
New Hampshire 271 (243 - 301) 11   (9 - 13) 68 (62 - 73) 192 (166 - 221) 260 (232 - 290)
New Jersey 1,841 (1,656 - 2,040) 61 (49 - 75) 401 (366 - 436) 1,379 (1,206 - 1,569) 1,780 (1,596 - 1,977)
New Mexico 365 (326 - 407) 15 (12 - 18) 86 (77 - 94) 265 (229 - 304) 350 (312 - 392)
New York 3,936 (3,696 - 4,187) 145 (128 - 164) 944 (898 - 991) 2,847 (2,620 - 3,088) 3,791 (3,553 - 4,040)
North Carolina 1,579 (1,405 - 1,770) 50 (40 - 61) 368 (331 - 405) 1,162 (1,002 - 1,340) 1,530 (1,357 - 1,718)
North Dakota 160 (147 - 174) 5 (4 - 6) 48 (44 - 51) 108   (96 - 121) 155 (142 - 169)
Ohio 2,261 (2,137 - 2,391) 77 (68 - 86) 544 (521 - 567) 1,641 (1,521 - 1,767) 2,184 (2,061 - 2,314)
Oklahoma 646 (575 - 723) 26 (21 - 32) 164 (147 - 182) 456 (393 - 527) 620 (550 - 697)
Oregon 719 (649 - 797) 25 (20 - 30) 171 (155 - 187) 524 (457 - 597) 695 (625 - 771)
Pennsylvania 2,648 (2,497 - 2,805) 87 (77 - 99) 628 (597 - 658) 1,933 (1,791 - 2,082) 2,561 (2,411 - 2,717)
Rhode Island 236 (211 - 262) 7 (6 - 9) 59 (54 - 65) 169 (147 - 194) 229 (204 - 254)
South Carolina 831 (737 - 935) 22 (17 - 27) 173 (155 - 193) 636 (549 - 734) 810 (716 - 912)
South Dakota 184 (167 - 201) 6 (5 - 7) 46 (43 - 50) 131 (116 - 148) 178 (161 - 195)
Tennessee 917    (798 - 1,049) 33 (26 - 40) 206 (183 - 230) 678 (567 - 806) 884    (766 - 1,015)
Texas 4,720 (4,463 - 4,986) 166 (146 - 188) 1,113 (1,057 - 1,169) 3,441 (3,196 - 3,700) 4,554 (4,299 - 4,819)
Utah 286 (245 - 333) 14 (11 - 19) 89   (77 - 103) 183 (147 - 226) 272 (232 - 318)
Vermont 142 (128 - 156) 5 (4 - 6) 37 (34 - 40) 100   (88 - 114) 137 (124 - 152)
Virginia 1,525 (1,371 - 1,692) 50 (41 - 61) 393 (359 - 428) 1,082    (941 - 1,238) 1,475 (1,323 - 1,640)
Washington 1,325 (1,192 - 1,468) 45 (37 - 55) 302 (275 - 329) 978    (854 - 1,115) 1,280 (1,148 - 1,422)
West Virginia 314 (279 - 354) 11   (9 - 14) 71 (64 - 78) 233 (199 - 270) 303 (268 - 342)
Wisconsin 1,410 (1,283 - 1,544) 44 (37 - 53) 318 (292 - 343) 1,048    (930 - 1,175) 1,366 (1,240 - 1,498)
Wyoming 102   (92 - 113) 4 (3 - 6) 26 (23 - 28) 72 (63 - 82) 98   (88 - 109)

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Table 11. – Perceptions of Great Risk of Having Five or More Drinks of an Alcoholic Beverage Once or Twice a Week, by Age Group and State: Estimated Numbers (in Thousands), Annual Averages Based on 2009 and 2010 NSDUHs
State 12+
(Estimate)
12+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
12-17
(Estimate)
12-17
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18-25
(Estimate)
18-25
(95% Confidence
Interval)
26+
(Estimate)
26+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18+
(Estimate)
18+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
NOTE: State and census region estimates, along with the 95 percent Bayesian confidence (credible) intervals, are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach and generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. For the "Total U.S." row, design-based (direct) estimates and corresponding 95 percent confidence intervals are given.
Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2009 and 2010 (Revised March 2012).
Total U.S. 107,623 (106,311 - 108,933) 9,796 (9,647 - 9,946) 11,312 (11,089 - 11,537) 86,515 (85,246 - 87,781) 97,828 (96,524 - 99,128)
Northeast 18,825 (18,356 - 19,298) 1,651 (1,600 - 1,702) 1,875 (1,806 - 1,944) 15,300 (14,849 - 15,754) 17,174 (16,715 - 17,638)
Midwest 21,534 (21,092 - 21,976) 2,045 (1,997 - 2,094) 2,189 (2,127 - 2,252) 17,299 (16,874 - 17,724) 19,488 (19,055 - 19,922)
South 41,596 (40,857 - 42,337) 3,755 (3,674 - 3,837) 4,444 (4,339 - 4,551) 33,397 (32,680 - 34,114) 37,841 (37,114 - 38,569)
West 25,669 (25,049 - 26,289) 2,344 (2,271 - 2,419) 2,804 (2,706 - 2,904) 20,520 (19,920 - 21,121) 23,324 (22,712 - 23,937)
Alabama 1,772 (1,652 - 1,894) 167 (154 - 180) 203 (185 - 221) 1,403 (1,288 - 1,519) 1,605 (1,488 - 1,724)
Alaska 236 (218 - 254) 25 (23 - 27) 25 (22 - 29) 185 (169 - 202) 211 (193 - 228)
Arizona 2,350 (2,177 - 2,527) 227 (207 - 247) 257 (231 - 283) 1,866 (1,702 - 2,033) 2,123 (1,955 - 2,295)
Arkansas 1,076 (1,003 - 1,151) 101   (93 - 110) 108   (98 - 119) 867 (797 - 938) 975    (904 - 1,047)
California 13,684 (13,180 - 14,189) 1,254 (1,193 - 1,316) 1,581 (1,495 - 1,669) 10,849 (10,362 - 11,337) 12,430 (11,935 - 12,927)
Colorado 1,610 (1,475 - 1,749) 137 (124 - 151) 158 (141 - 177) 1,315 (1,187 - 1,447) 1,473 (1,341 - 1,608)
Connecticut 1,247 (1,152 - 1,346) 114 (104 - 125) 116 (103 - 129) 1,017    (926 - 1,111) 1,133 (1,039 - 1,230)
Delaware 299 (276 - 323) 26 (24 - 29) 30 (27 - 34) 242 (221 - 265) 273 (250 - 296)
District of Columbia 213 (197 - 229) 16 (15 - 17) 28 (25 - 32) 169 (154 - 184) 197 (182 - 213)
Florida 7,347 (7,076 - 7,618) 568 (542 - 595) 701 (665 - 737) 6,078 (5,815 - 6,342) 6,779 (6,512 - 7,046)
Georgia 3,622 (3,375 - 3,872) 358 (329 - 386) 379 (345 - 415) 2,885 (2,651 - 3,121) 3,264 (3,024 - 3,508)
Hawaii 432 (397 - 467) 40 (36 - 43) 46 (41 - 52) 345 (312 - 380) 392 (358 - 427)
Idaho 480 (443 - 519) 49 (45 - 53) 53 (47 - 58) 379 (344 - 415) 432 (395 - 469)
Illinois 4,400 (4,219 - 4,584) 424 (403 - 446) 458 (432 - 485) 3,518 (3,343 - 3,694) 3,976 (3,798 - 4,156)
Indiana 2,074 (1,918 - 2,235) 206 (188 - 224) 211 (189 - 235) 1,657 (1,510 - 1,808) 1,868 (1,716 - 2,025)
Iowa 921    (846 - 1,000) 87 (79 - 95) 95   (85 - 106) 739 (668 - 813) 834 (761 - 911)
Kansas 884 (816 - 953) 82 (74 - 89) 94   (84 - 105) 708 (644 - 773) 802 (736 - 870)
Kentucky 1,483 (1,377 - 1,592) 137 (125 - 149) 153 (138 - 169) 1,193 (1,093 - 1,296) 1,347 (1,243 - 1,452)
Louisiana 1,660 (1,546 - 1,775) 162 (150 - 175) 209 (191 - 227) 1,289 (1,182 - 1,397) 1,498 (1,387 - 1,610)
Maine 425 (390 - 461) 32 (29 - 35) 35 (31 - 39) 358 (324 - 392) 393 (359 - 428)
Maryland 2,066 (1,911 - 2,223) 191 (175 - 208) 222 (199 - 245) 1,653 (1,506 - 1,802) 1,874 (1,723 - 2,028)
Massachusetts 2,100 (1,934 - 2,270) 176 (160 - 193) 212 (189 - 238) 1,711 (1,556 - 1,872) 1,924 (1,763 - 2,090)
Michigan 3,283 (3,148 - 3,420) 320 (304 - 336) 362 (342 - 382) 2,602 (2,471 - 2,735) 2,963 (2,831 - 3,097)
Minnesota 1,617 (1,486 - 1,753) 150 (136 - 164) 154 (137 - 172) 1,313 (1,187 - 1,443) 1,467 (1,338 - 1,601)
Mississippi 1,143 (1,071 - 1,216) 118 (109 - 127) 139 (128 - 151) 886 (817 - 954) 1,025    (955 - 1,095)
Missouri 1,955 (1,809 - 2,104) 182 (167 - 199) 203 (182 - 224) 1,570 (1,432 - 1,711) 1,772 (1,631 - 1,918)
Montana 299 (275 - 324) 24 (22 - 27) 29 (26 - 33) 245 (222 - 269) 275 (251 - 299)
Nebraska 546 (502 - 592) 53 (48 - 58) 55 (49 - 62) 439 (397 - 482) 494 (451 - 538)
Nevada 917 (847 - 989) 84 (77 - 92) 86 (77 - 96) 747 (680 - 815) 833 (765 - 903)
New Hampshire 431 (397 - 466) 36 (32 - 39) 35 (31 - 39) 360 (328 - 393) 395 (362 - 429)
New Jersey 3,011 (2,781 - 3,246) 257 (233 - 282) 287 (257 - 320) 2,467 (2,249 - 2,689) 2,754 (2,531 - 2,982)
New Mexico 782 (730 - 834) 64 (59 - 70) 84 (76 - 92) 634 (585 - 683) 717 (667 - 768)
New York 6,918 (6,628 - 7,212) 625 (595 - 656) 728 (686 - 772) 5,565 (5,284 - 5,849) 6,293 (6,006 - 6,583)
North Carolina 3,361 (3,117 - 3,608) 275 (251 - 301) 339 (307 - 371) 2,747 (2,514 - 2,982) 3,085 (2,847 - 3,326)
North Dakota 192 (177 - 208) 16 (15 - 18) 23 (20 - 26) 153 (139 - 167) 176 (161 - 191)
Ohio 3,785 (3,628 - 3,945) 353 (337 - 369) 338 (319 - 359) 3,094 (2,942 - 3,248) 3,432 (3,277 - 3,590)
Oklahoma 1,253 (1,158 - 1,349) 114 (103 - 125) 142 (127 - 157) 997 (908 - 1,088) 1,139 (1,047 - 1,233)
Oregon 1,284 (1,192 - 1,378) 107   (98 - 117) 113 (100 - 126) 1,064 (977 - 1,153) 1,177 (1,088 - 1,268)
Pennsylvania 4,160 (3,969 - 4,354) 367 (348 - 386) 407 (381 - 433) 3,386 (3,200 - 3,576) 3,793 (3,605 - 3,984)
Rhode Island 337 (309 - 366) 29 (26 - 32) 38 (34 - 43) 270 (244 - 297) 308 (281 - 336)
South Carolina 1,752 (1,631 - 1,875) 149 (137 - 162) 190 (174 - 207) 1,413 (1,296 - 1,530) 1,603 (1,484 - 1,723)
South Dakota 223 (202 - 245) 20 (18 - 22) 23 (20 - 27) 179 (160 - 200) 203 (183 - 224)
Tennessee 2,347 (2,180 - 2,517) 204 (189 - 219) 223 (202 - 245) 1,920 (1,759 - 2,083) 2,143 (1,979 - 2,311)
Texas 8,777 (8,455 - 9,101) 876 (833 - 920) 1,035    (983 - 1,087) 6,866 (6,557 - 7,177) 7,901 (7,585 - 8,218)
Utah 1,099 (1,032 - 1,166) 124 (114 - 134) 145 (131 - 159) 830 (768 - 892) 975    (910 - 1,040)
Vermont 197 (180 - 214) 15 (13 - 16) 17 (15 - 19) 165 (149 - 182) 182 (166 - 199)
Virginia 2,745 (2,547 - 2,946) 241 (220 - 262) 281 (253 - 310) 2,223 (2,034 - 2,415) 2,504 (2,311 - 2,701)
Washington 2,321 (2,153 - 2,493) 192 (175 - 210) 209 (186 - 233) 1,920 (1,760 - 2,083) 2,129 (1,964 - 2,297)
West Virginia 680 (630 - 730) 51 (46 - 56) 63 (56 - 69) 566 (519 - 615) 629 (581 - 678)
Wisconsin 1,653 (1,514 - 1,796) 153 (138 - 168) 172 (153 - 193) 1,328 (1,198 - 1,463) 1,500 (1,366 - 1,640)
Wyoming 175 (161 - 189) 16 (15 - 18) 18 (16 - 21) 140 (127 - 153) 158 (145 - 172)

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Table 12. – Alcohol Use and Binge Alcohol Use in the Past Month among Persons Aged 12 to 20, by State: Estimated Numbers (in Thousands), Annual Averages Based on 2009 and 2010 NSDUHs
State Alcohol Use in Past
Month (Estimate)
Alcohol Use in Past Month
(95% Confidence Interval)
Binge Alcohol Use in Past
Month (Estimate)
Binge Alcohol Use in Past Month
(95% Confidence Interval)
NOTE: Binge Alcohol Use is defined as drinking five or more drinks on the same occasion (i.e., at the same time or within a couple hours of each other) on at least 1 day in the past 30 days.
NOTE: State and census region estimates, along with the 95 percent Bayesian confidence (credible) intervals, are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach and generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. For the "Total U.S." row, design-based (direct) estimates and corresponding 95 percent confidence intervals are given.
Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2009 and 2010 (Revised March 2012).
Total U.S. 10,163   (9,932 - 10,397) 6,684 (6,481 - 6,893)
Northeast 2,050 (1,988 - 2,113) 1,335 (1,279 - 1,394)
Midwest 2,286 (2,230 - 2,343) 1,580 (1,525 - 1,637)
South 3,519 (3,429 - 3,611) 2,224 (2,140 - 2,310)
West 2,308 (2,224 - 2,394) 1,545 (1,467 - 1,627)
Alabama 132 (118 - 148) 81 (70 - 93)
Alaska 23 (21 - 26) 16 (15 - 19)
Arizona 195 (175 - 217) 136 (118 - 155)
Arkansas 75 (67 - 85) 45 (39 - 52)
California 1,209 (1,139 - 1,282) 806 (743 - 873)
Colorado 170 (154 - 187) 104   (92 - 118)
Connecticut 137 (124 - 149) 95   (84 - 108)
Delaware 34 (31 - 37) 23 (21 - 26)
District of Columbia 17 (15 - 19) 10   (8 - 11)
Florida 549 (519 - 581) 329 (303 - 357)
Georgia 281 (252 - 311) 176 (154 - 200)
Hawaii 37 (33 - 42) 26 (22 - 30)
Idaho 52 (47 - 57) 34 (30 - 38)
Illinois 477 (454 - 502) 325 (304 - 348)
Indiana 192 (172 - 213) 134 (118 - 152)
Iowa 108   (98 - 118) 77 (68 - 86)
Kansas 103   (94 - 113) 70 (62 - 79)
Kentucky 126 (114 - 140) 90   (79 - 101)
Louisiana 153 (139 - 168) 91   (80 - 104)
Maine 37 (33 - 41) 26 (23 - 29)
Maryland 170 (153 - 188) 105   (92 - 121)
Massachusetts 233 (214 - 253) 157 (140 - 175)
Michigan 318 (301 - 336) 214 (199 - 231)
Minnesota 180 (165 - 197) 132 (117 - 147)
Mississippi 99   (89 - 110) 61 (53 - 69)
Missouri 181 (163 - 201) 118 (103 - 135)
Montana 38 (34 - 41) 27 (24 - 30)
Nebraska 62 (56 - 69) 45 (40 - 51)
Nevada 81 (73 - 90) 57 (50 - 64)
New Hampshire 54 (49 - 58) 35 (32 - 40)
New Jersey 297 (270 - 327) 203 (180 - 228)
New Mexico 64 (58 - 72) 42 (37 - 48)
New York 768 (731 - 806) 466 (433 - 501)
North Carolina 273 (245 - 302) 164 (142 - 188)
North Dakota 28 (26 - 31) 20 (18 - 22)
Ohio 401 (381 - 421) 281 (263 - 299)
Oklahoma 116 (104 - 129) 72 (62 - 83)
Oregon 133 (120 - 146) 78 (69 - 89)
Pennsylvania 455 (431 - 480) 307 (286 - 330)
Rhode Island 43 (39 - 47) 28 (25 - 31)
South Carolina 125 (112 - 139) 78 (67 - 89)
South Dakota 31 (28 - 34) 21 (19 - 23)
Tennessee 171 (151 - 192) 116 (101 - 133)
Texas 855 (810 - 902) 555 (515 - 597)
Utah 64 (54 - 75) 49 (41 - 59)
Vermont 26 (24 - 28) 18 (16 - 20)
Virginia 294 (269 - 321) 196 (174 - 219)
Washington 221 (200 - 243) 155 (138 - 174)
West Virginia 49 (44 - 55) 33 (29 - 38)
Wisconsin 204 (186 - 222) 143 (127 - 159)
Wyoming 21 (19 - 23) 15 (13 - 17)

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Table 13. – Tobacco Product Use in the Past Month, by Age Group and State: Estimated Numbers (in Thousands), Annual Averages Based on 2009 and 2010 NSDUHs
State 12+
(Estimate)
12+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
12-17
(Estimate)
12-17
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18-25
(Estimate)
18-25
(95% Confidence
Interval)
26+
(Estimate)
26+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18+
(Estimate)
18+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
NOTE: Tobacco Products include cigarettes, smokeless tobacco (i.e., chewing tobacco or snuff), cigars, or pipe tobacco.
NOTE: State and census region estimates, along with the 95 percent Bayesian confidence (credible) intervals, are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach and generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. For the "Total U.S." row, design-based (direct) estimates and corresponding 95 percent confidence intervals are given.
Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2009 and 2010 (Revised March 2012).
Total U.S. 69,738 (68,537 - 70,965) 2,753 (2,653 - 2,856) 13,960 (13,720 - 14,201) 53,025 (51,901 - 54,177) 66,985 (65,801 - 68,194)
Northeast 12,206 (11,765 - 12,659) 465 (436 - 497) 2,488 (2,413 - 2,564) 9,253 (8,820 - 9,699) 11,740 (11,306 - 12,186)
Midwest 16,632 (16,176 - 17,094) 675 (643 - 709) 3,396 (3,321 - 3,471) 12,561 (12,111 - 13,020) 15,957 (15,507 - 16,411)
South 26,860 (26,105 - 27,642) 1,014    (967 - 1,064) 5,089 (4,967 - 5,212) 20,756 (20,009 - 21,532) 25,845 (25,104 - 26,613)
West 14,040 (13,472 - 14,623) 598 (556 - 643) 2,987 (2,883 - 3,093) 10,455   (9,901 - 11,031) 13,442 (12,884 - 14,015)
Alabama 1,269 (1,161 - 1,383) 45 (38 - 53) 228 (209 - 248) 996    (895 - 1,103) 1,225 (1,118 - 1,336)
Alaska 177 (160 - 195) 8 (6 - 9) 37 (34 - 41) 132 (117 - 149) 169 (153 - 187)
Arizona 1,393 (1,249 - 1,547) 62 (51 - 75) 264 (238 - 290) 1,067    (936 - 1,210) 1,331 (1,190 - 1,481)
Arkansas 794 (728 - 862) 32 (27 - 38) 137 (126 - 148) 625 (563 - 689) 762 (698 - 828)
California 6,561 (6,140 - 6,999) 281 (248 - 317) 1,468 (1,383 - 1,555) 4,813 (4,411 - 5,240) 6,280 (5,867 - 6,712)
Colorado 1,110 (1,003 - 1,224) 47 (39 - 56) 234 (213 - 256) 828 (730 - 935) 1,062    (957 - 1,174)
Connecticut 738 (659 - 824) 31 (25 - 37) 155 (141 - 169) 552 (479 - 633) 708 (629 - 791)
Delaware 213 (193 - 235) 8   (7 - 10) 40 (36 - 43) 165 (146 - 186) 205 (184 - 226)
District of Columbia 141 (127 - 156) 3 (3 - 4) 31 (28 - 34) 108   (95 - 121) 138 (124 - 153)
Florida 4,078 (3,852 - 4,317) 139 (125 - 155) 695 (656 - 734) 3,244 (3,023 - 3,475) 3,939 (3,716 - 4,174)
Georgia 2,115 (1,907 - 2,338) 95   (79 - 113) 424 (386 - 464) 1,596 (1,406 - 1,803) 2,021 (1,818 - 2,238)
Hawaii 237 (212 - 266) 9   (7 - 11) 48 (43 - 54) 180 (156 - 206) 228 (203 - 256)
Idaho 345 (312 - 379) 16 (13 - 18) 71 (65 - 78) 258 (228 - 290) 329 (297 - 363)
Illinois 3,050 (2,892 - 3,214) 115 (103 - 129) 643 (614 - 673) 2,292 (2,140 - 2,450) 2,935 (2,779 - 3,096)
Indiana 1,615 (1,479 - 1,759) 64 (54 - 76) 332 (306 - 359) 1,219 (1,093 - 1,353) 1,551 (1,416 - 1,692)
Iowa 770 (701 - 843) 31 (27 - 37) 158 (145 - 171) 581 (517 - 649) 739 (670 - 809)
Kansas 702 (640 - 766) 31 (26 - 36) 146 (133 - 159) 525 (469 - 585) 671 (610 - 734)
Kentucky 1,265 (1,161 - 1,372) 50 (43 - 59) 216 (200 - 233) 998    (900 - 1,100) 1,214 (1,112 - 1,320)
Louisiana 1,099 (1,002 - 1,201) 40 (33 - 47) 221 (202 - 240) 838 (748 - 934) 1,059    (963 - 1,159)
Maine 326 (295 - 359) 12 (10 - 14) 60 (56 - 65) 254 (225 - 285) 314 (284 - 346)
Maryland 1,141 (1,007 - 1,286) 42 (34 - 52) 221 (198 - 247) 877    (755 - 1,012) 1,099    (968 - 1,241)
Massachusetts 1,355 (1,220 - 1,500) 51 (43 - 61) 325 (295 - 355) 979    (857 - 1,113) 1,304 (1,171 - 1,446)
Michigan 2,500 (2,373 - 2,632) 98   (88 - 108) 498 (476 - 520) 1,905 (1,782 - 2,032) 2,403 (2,277 - 2,532)
Minnesota 1,194 (1,089 - 1,305) 46 (39 - 55) 274 (254 - 294) 874 (777 - 979) 1,148 (1,044 - 1,256)
Mississippi 819 (751 - 891) 34 (28 - 40) 158 (145 - 170) 628 (564 - 695) 786 (718 - 855)
Missouri 1,701 (1,558 - 1,852) 75 (64 - 88) 306 (282 - 331) 1,320 (1,186 - 1,460) 1,626 (1,485 - 1,773)
Montana 262 (240 - 286) 12 (10 - 14) 53 (49 - 57) 197 (176 - 220) 250 (228 - 274)
Nebraska 424 (386 - 465) 17 (15 - 20) 90 (83 - 98) 317 (281 - 354) 407 (369 - 447)
Nevada 589 (528 - 655) 21 (17 - 26) 102   (92 - 112) 466 (408 - 528) 568 (508 - 633)
New Hampshire 327 (296 - 359) 14 (12 - 17) 66 (61 - 71) 247 (219 - 277) 313 (283 - 344)
New Jersey 1,853 (1,668 - 2,053) 68 (55 - 83) 369 (336 - 403) 1,417 (1,243 - 1,606) 1,786 (1,603 - 1,982)
New Mexico 444 (399 - 490) 21 (18 - 25) 98   (90 - 107) 324 (283 - 368) 422 (379 - 468)
New York 3,970 (3,731 - 4,219) 151 (134 - 169) 815 (769 - 861) 3,004 (2,775 - 3,247) 3,819 (3,583 - 4,065)
North Carolina 2,314 (2,107 - 2,533) 80 (67 - 95) 428 (392 - 465) 1,806 (1,612 - 2,012) 2,234 (2,030 - 2,449)
North Dakota 155 (141 - 169) 6 (5 - 7) 39 (36 - 43) 109   (97 - 123) 148 (135 - 163)
Ohio 2,989 (2,840 - 3,142) 130 (118 - 142) 578 (555 - 601) 2,281 (2,138 - 2,430) 2,859 (2,713 - 3,011)
Oklahoma 1,089    (999 - 1,183) 42 (35 - 50) 216 (199 - 233) 832 (748 - 919) 1,048    (958 - 1,139)
Oregon 914    (831 - 1,003) 37 (32 - 44) 172 (157 - 187) 705 (627 - 789) 877 (795 - 964)
Pennsylvania 3,251 (3,078 - 3,431) 125 (112 - 138) 613 (583 - 642) 2,514 (2,347 - 2,688) 3,127 (2,956 - 3,304)
Rhode Island 239 (215 - 266) 9   (7 - 10) 54 (49 - 59) 177 (155 - 201) 231 (207 - 256)
South Carolina 1,141 (1,038 - 1,249) 41 (34 - 48) 214 (196 - 233) 886 (791 - 988) 1,100    (999 - 1,206)
South Dakota 208 (189 - 228) 9   (7 - 10) 45 (41 - 48) 155 (138 - 174) 200 (181 - 219)
Tennessee 1,805 (1,650 - 1,968) 65 (55 - 76) 316 (292 - 340) 1,424 (1,278 - 1,577) 1,740 (1,586 - 1,899)
Texas 5,186 (4,898 - 5,482) 210 (188 - 235) 1,079 (1,024 - 1,135) 3,897 (3,624 - 4,183) 4,976 (4,692 - 5,269)
Utah 364 (316 - 416) 19 (14 - 24) 95   (83 - 109) 251 (209 - 298) 346 (299 - 397)
Vermont 145 (131 - 161) 6 (5 - 7) 32 (29 - 34) 108   (95 - 123) 140 (126 - 155)
Virginia 1,769 (1,603 - 1,946) 65 (55 - 78) 369 (338 - 401) 1,335 (1,181 - 1,501) 1,704 (1,541 - 1,877)
Washington 1,493 (1,355 - 1,639) 58 (48 - 69) 313 (287 - 340) 1,122    (994 - 1,259) 1,435 (1,300 - 1,578)
West Virginia 620 (571 - 671) 23 (19 - 26) 95   (88 - 102) 502 (455 - 551) 597 (548 - 647)
Wisconsin 1,322 (1,200 - 1,452) 52 (44 - 62) 286 (262 - 311) 984    (872 - 1,104) 1,270 (1,150 - 1,397)
Wyoming 150 (138 - 164) 7 (6 - 8) 31 (29 - 33) 112 (100 - 125) 143 (131 - 156)

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Table 14. – Cigarette Use in the Past Month, by Age Group and State: Estimated Numbers (in Thousands), Annual Averages Based on 2009 and 2010 NSDUHs
State 12+
(Estimate)
12+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
12-17
(Estimate)
12-17
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18-25
(Estimate)
18-25
(95% Confidence
Interval)
26+
(Estimate)
26+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18+
(Estimate)
18+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
NOTE: State and census region estimates, along with the 95 percent Bayesian confidence (credible) intervals, are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach and generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. For the "Total U.S." row, design-based (direct) estimates and corresponding 95 percent confidence intervals are given.
Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2009 and 2010 (Revised March 2012).
Total U.S. 58,524 (57,392 - 59,682) 2,128 (2,037 - 2,223) 11,870 (11,644 - 12,098) 44,526 (43,460 - 45,621) 56,396 (55,275 - 57,542)
Northeast 10,322   (9,910 - 10,749) 365 (339 - 393) 2,150 (2,072 - 2,229) 7,808 (7,397 - 8,235) 9,957   (9,549 - 10,380)
Midwest 13,879 (13,450 - 14,314) 530 (502 - 560) 2,880 (2,806 - 2,956) 10,468 (10,036 - 10,910) 13,348 (12,925 - 13,777)
South 22,440 (21,727 - 23,182) 781 (737 - 828) 4,308 (4,182 - 4,435) 17,352 (16,628 - 18,106) 21,659 (20,954 - 22,392)
West 11,883 (11,334 - 12,450) 452 (415 - 492) 2,532 (2,428 - 2,640) 8,899 (8,362 - 9,462) 11,431 (10,889 - 11,992)
Alabama 1,052    (957 - 1,152) 34 (28 - 41) 191 (172 - 212) 826 (737 - 922) 1,018    (924 - 1,117)
Alaska 145 (130 - 162) 5 (4 - 6) 32 (29 - 35) 109   (95 - 124) 141 (126 - 157)
Arizona 1,197 (1,067 - 1,339) 53 (43 - 66) 220 (196 - 247) 924    (804 - 1,055) 1,144 (1,015 - 1,283)
Arkansas 666 (605 - 731) 24 (20 - 29) 119 (107 - 130) 524 (467 - 585) 643 (582 - 707)
California 5,600 (5,198 - 6,022) 212 (183 - 244) 1,248 (1,163 - 1,337) 4,141 (3,761 - 4,549) 5,389 (4,992 - 5,806)
Colorado 872 (779 - 974) 33 (27 - 41) 187 (167 - 208) 652 (566 - 747) 839 (746 - 939)
Connecticut 627 (557 - 705) 25 (20 - 31) 133 (119 - 148) 469 (405 - 542) 603 (532 - 678)
Delaware 174 (156 - 193) 6 (5 - 8) 34 (30 - 37) 134 (117 - 152) 167 (149 - 187)
District of Columbia 120 (107 - 135) 2 (2 - 3) 25 (22 - 29) 93   (80 - 106) 118 (105 - 132)
Florida 3,472 (3,256 - 3,702) 106   (93 - 121) 587 (551 - 624) 2,779 (2,566 - 3,004) 3,366 (3,151 - 3,595)
Georgia 1,771 (1,577 - 1,980) 76 (62 - 93) 358 (320 - 398) 1,336 (1,158 - 1,534) 1,695 (1,503 - 1,902)
Hawaii 207 (183 - 234) 7 (5 - 9) 43 (38 - 48) 158 (136 - 183) 201 (177 - 227)
Idaho 294 (266 - 325) 12 (10 - 14) 62 (56 - 68) 220 (194 - 249) 283 (254 - 313)
Illinois 2,587 (2,443 - 2,736) 91   (80 - 104) 556 (528 - 585) 1,939 (1,801 - 2,085) 2,496 (2,353 - 2,643)
Indiana 1,363 (1,238 - 1,497) 49 (40 - 60) 282 (256 - 309) 1,032    (916 - 1,157) 1,314 (1,190 - 1,446)
Iowa 635 (573 - 701) 26 (21 - 31) 132 (119 - 145) 478 (421 - 540) 609 (548 - 674)
Kansas 548 (496 - 603) 24 (20 - 29) 119 (107 - 132) 405 (358 - 457) 524 (472 - 578)
Kentucky 1,066    (971 - 1,167) 37 (30 - 45) 181 (164 - 198) 848 (759 - 944) 1,029    (935 - 1,128)
Louisiana 946    (852 - 1,046) 32 (26 - 39) 194 (175 - 213) 720 (634 - 814) 914    (821 - 1,013)
Maine 279 (251 - 309) 9   (7 - 11) 52 (47 - 57) 218 (192 - 246) 270 (242 - 299)
Maryland 931    (818 - 1,055) 34 (27 - 42) 186 (163 - 211) 711 (608 - 828) 897    (786 - 1,021)
Massachusetts 1,152 (1,034 - 1,280) 39 (31 - 48) 278 (250 - 306) 836 (728 - 955) 1,113    (996 - 1,240)
Michigan 2,155 (2,039 - 2,276) 78 (70 - 87) 430 (408 - 452) 1,647 (1,534 - 1,766) 2,077 (1,962 - 2,198)
Minnesota 1,014    (916 - 1,119) 37 (30 - 45) 236 (215 - 257) 742 (651 - 842) 977    (879 - 1,081)
Mississippi 651 (592 - 714) 25 (21 - 31) 131 (119 - 144) 495 (440 - 553) 626 (567 - 688)
Missouri 1,355 (1,231 - 1,486) 55 (46 - 67) 255 (231 - 279) 1,044    (929 - 1,168) 1,299 (1,177 - 1,430)
Montana 204 (185 - 224) 9   (7 - 11) 41 (37 - 45) 154 (136 - 174) 195 (176 - 215)
Nebraska 352 (318 - 389) 13 (11 - 16) 80 (73 - 88) 259 (227 - 294) 339 (305 - 376)
Nevada 509 (453 - 570) 16 (12 - 20) 85 (76 - 95) 408 (355 - 466) 494 (438 - 554)
New Hampshire 273 (246 - 302) 11   (9 - 13) 58 (53 - 63) 204 (179 - 232) 262 (235 - 291)
New Jersey 1,537 (1,367 - 1,723) 53 (43 - 66) 326 (293 - 361) 1,158    (999 - 1,334) 1,484 (1,316 - 1,668)
New Mexico 369 (331 - 410) 16 (13 - 20) 83 (75 - 91) 270 (235 - 309) 353 (315 - 393)
New York 3,472 (3,251 - 3,704) 118 (102 - 135) 709 (664 - 756) 2,645 (2,432 - 2,871) 3,354 (3,135 - 3,584)
North Carolina 1,990 (1,795 - 2,198) 59 (48 - 74) 378 (342 - 415) 1,552 (1,370 - 1,749) 1,930 (1,737 - 2,137)
North Dakota 122 (110 - 135) 5 (4 - 6) 31 (28 - 34) 86 (75 - 99) 117 (105 - 130)
Ohio 2,471 (2,333 - 2,615) 104   (93 - 116) 482 (459 - 506) 1,884 (1,749 - 2,026) 2,367 (2,230 - 2,510)
Oklahoma 865 (783 - 951) 32 (26 - 38) 183 (165 - 201) 650 (575 - 732) 833 (752 - 919)
Oregon 769 (694 - 850) 27 (22 - 34) 152 (137 - 167) 590 (519 - 666) 741 (667 - 822)
Pennsylvania 2,654 (2,496 - 2,820) 99   (88 - 112) 520 (490 - 550) 2,035 (1,882 - 2,197) 2,555 (2,398 - 2,720)
Rhode Island 207 (186 - 230) 7 (5 - 8) 46 (41 - 51) 154 (135 - 176) 201 (179 - 223)
South Carolina 992    (894 - 1,097) 32 (26 - 39) 182 (165 - 200) 778 (686 - 878) 960    (863 - 1,064)
South Dakota 167 (150 - 185) 7 (5 - 8) 36 (33 - 40) 124 (108 - 141) 160 (143 - 178)
Tennessee 1,451 (1,311 - 1,599) 45 (37 - 55) 257 (232 - 282) 1,149 (1,017 - 1,290) 1,405 (1,266 - 1,552)
Texas 4,335 (4,063 - 4,617) 170 (148 - 195) 918 (863 - 974) 3,248 (2,990 - 3,521) 4,165 (3,896 - 4,445)
Utah 343 (297 - 393) 15 (11 - 20) 89   (76 - 103) 239 (199 - 285) 328 (283 - 377)
Vermont 120 (108 - 134) 4 (3 - 5) 27 (25 - 30) 88   (77 - 101) 116 (103 - 129)
Virginia 1,466 (1,322 - 1,621) 51 (42 - 63) 304 (274 - 335) 1,111    (978 - 1,256) 1,415 (1,271 - 1,569)
Washington 1,257 (1,134 - 1,389) 41 (33 - 51) 266 (240 - 293) 950    (837 - 1,074) 1,216 (1,094 - 1,347)
West Virginia 493 (449 - 540) 15 (13 - 19) 81 (74 - 88) 397 (354 - 442) 478 (433 - 524)
Wisconsin 1,109 (1,001 - 1,225) 42 (34 - 51) 241 (217 - 266) 827 (728 - 934) 1,068    (961 - 1,182)
Wyoming 115 (104 - 127) 6 (5 - 7) 25 (23 - 27) 84 (74 - 96) 109   (98 - 121)

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Table 15. – Perceptions of Great Risk of Smoking One or More Packs of Cigarettes Per Day, by Age Group and State: Estimated Numbers (in Thousands), Annual Averages Based on 2009 and 2010 NSDUHs
State 12+
(Estimate)
12+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
12-17
(Estimate)
12-17
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18-25
(Estimate)
18-25
(95% Confidence
Interval)
26+
(Estimate)
26+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18+
(Estimate)
18+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
NOTE: State and census region estimates, along with the 95 percent Bayesian confidence (credible) intervals, are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach and generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. For the "Total U.S." row, design-based (direct) estimates and corresponding 95 percent confidence intervals are given.
Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2009 and 2010 (Revised March 2012).
Total U.S. 179,963 (178,777 - 181,117) 16,012 (15,856 - 16,166) 22,037 (21,827 - 22,245) 141,914 (140,761 - 143,032) 163,951 (162,783 - 165,086)
Northeast 34,149 (33,700 - 34,585) 2,907 (2,857 - 2,957) 4,076 (3,998 - 4,153) 27,165 (26,750 - 27,566) 31,241 (30,805 - 31,665)
Midwest 37,252 (36,768 - 37,729) 3,457 (3,405 - 3,508) 4,529 (4,449 - 4,609) 29,266 (28,821 - 29,702) 33,795 (33,322 - 34,261)
South 65,648 (64,899 - 66,374) 5,759 (5,679 - 5,839) 7,910 (7,786 - 8,032) 51,979 (51,278 - 52,652) 59,888 (59,154 - 60,599)
West 42,914 (42,319 - 43,491) 3,888 (3,814 - 3,961) 5,522 (5,411 - 5,629) 33,504 (32,951 - 34,036) 39,026 (38,444 - 39,588)
Alabama 2,616 (2,501 - 2,725) 227 (213 - 239) 312 (292 - 331) 2,077 (1,969 - 2,179) 2,389 (2,276 - 2,496)
Alaska 373 (356 - 389) 39 (37 - 41) 51 (48 - 54) 283 (267 - 298) 334 (317 - 349)
Arizona 3,838 (3,676 - 3,991) 350 (330 - 370) 462 (436 - 486) 3,025 (2,873 - 3,165) 3,487 (3,328 - 3,636)
Arkansas 1,661 (1,595 - 1,724) 147 (138 - 154) 184 (173 - 195) 1,331 (1,268 - 1,389) 1,515 (1,450 - 1,576)
California 22,768 (22,311 - 23,206) 2,066 (2,006 - 2,124) 3,077 (2,989 - 3,162) 17,625 (17,193 - 18,033) 20,702 (20,254 - 21,129)
Colorado 2,984 (2,865 - 3,097) 255 (241 - 267) 365 (346 - 383) 2,365 (2,252 - 2,469) 2,730 (2,613 - 2,839)
Connecticut 2,152 (2,067 - 2,232) 195 (185 - 204) 248 (235 - 262) 1,709 (1,627 - 1,783) 1,957 (1,873 - 2,035)
Delaware 538 (517 - 558) 45 (43 - 48) 62 (59 - 65) 431 (410 - 449) 493 (472 - 512)
District of Columbia 387 (374 - 400) 23 (21 - 24) 60 (57 - 63) 304 (291 - 316) 365 (351 - 377)
Florida 11,638 (11,405 - 11,861) 890 (864 - 915) 1,276 (1,239 - 1,312) 9,472 (9,249 - 9,684) 10,748 (10,519 - 10,967)
Georgia 5,634 (5,419 - 5,837) 527 (499 - 553) 701 (665 - 735) 4,407 (4,203 - 4,595) 5,108 (4,898 - 5,304)
Hawaii 756 (725 - 786) 61 (58 - 64) 87 (82 - 92) 608 (578 - 636) 695 (665 - 724)
Idaho 817 (782 - 852) 85 (80 - 89) 103   (97 - 109) 629 (595 - 661) 732 (697 - 766)
Illinois 7,337 (7,165 - 7,503) 686 (666 - 706) 909 (880 - 938) 5,741 (5,578 - 5,898) 6,650 (6,482 - 6,813)
Indiana 3,489 (3,336 - 3,636) 340 (322 - 356) 414 (389 - 438) 2,735 (2,590 - 2,873) 3,149 (3,000 - 3,292)
Iowa 1,629 (1,553 - 1,702) 146 (137 - 153) 205 (192 - 217) 1,279 (1,207 - 1,347) 1,483 (1,409 - 1,555)
Kansas 1,485 (1,417 - 1,550) 133 (125 - 141) 204 (192 - 216) 1,148 (1,083 - 1,208) 1,351 (1,285 - 1,415)
Kentucky 2,219 (2,108 - 2,326) 212 (200 - 223) 249 (233 - 265) 1,757 (1,652 - 1,858) 2,007 (1,898 - 2,112)
Louisiana 2,627 (2,527 - 2,722) 239 (226 - 252) 343 (325 - 360) 2,045 (1,950 - 2,133) 2,388 (2,290 - 2,480)
Maine 775 (742 - 806) 65 (62 - 68) 78 (74 - 83) 632 (600 - 662) 710 (678 - 741)
Maryland 3,537 (3,399 - 3,664) 298 (282 - 313) 429 (407 - 450) 2,809 (2,680 - 2,926) 3,238 (3,104 - 3,362)
Massachusetts 4,240 (4,099 - 4,371) 348 (331 - 363) 524 (497 - 550) 3,368 (3,234 - 3,490) 3,892 (3,753 - 4,021)
Michigan 5,676 (5,540 - 5,809) 527 (512 - 542) 687 (666 - 707) 4,463 (4,333 - 4,588) 5,150 (5,015 - 5,280)
Minnesota 2,975 (2,842 - 3,102) 279 (264 - 292) 354 (334 - 374) 2,342 (2,216 - 2,460) 2,696 (2,566 - 2,821)
Mississippi 1,640 (1,572 - 1,705) 152 (143 - 160) 213 (202 - 224) 1,275 (1,211 - 1,334) 1,488 (1,422 - 1,551)
Missouri 3,277 (3,130 - 3,418) 295 (278 - 312) 378 (355 - 401) 2,604 (2,462 - 2,737) 2,982 (2,837 - 3,120)
Montana 556 (532 - 578) 47 (45 - 50) 67 (63 - 70) 442 (419 - 463) 508 (485 - 531)
Nebraska 982    (940 - 1,022) 89 (84 - 94) 129 (122 - 137) 764 (724 - 801) 893 (851 - 932)
Nevada 1,518 (1,453 - 1,578) 140 (132 - 147) 174 (165 - 183) 1,204 (1,143 - 1,260) 1,378 (1,315 - 1,437)
New Hampshire 785 (751 - 818) 67 (63 - 70) 90 (85 - 95) 628 (596 - 659) 719 (685 - 750)
New Jersey 5,361 (5,164 - 5,545) 467 (444 - 489) 602 (571 - 632) 4,292 (4,104 - 4,463) 4,894 (4,701 - 5,073)
New Mexico 1,187 (1,144 - 1,229) 103   (97 - 108) 148 (139 - 155) 937 (896 - 975) 1,085 (1,042 - 1,125)
New York 12,527 (12,271 - 12,772) 1,073 (1,043 - 1,103) 1,558 (1,513 - 1,601) 9,896   (9,654 - 10,124) 11,454 (11,203 - 11,692)
North Carolina 5,273 (5,050 - 5,486) 483 (458 - 507) 627 (593 - 660) 4,163 (3,950 - 4,363) 4,790 (4,570 - 4,998)
North Dakota 366 (351 - 381) 31 (29 - 32) 59 (56 - 63) 276 (261 - 290) 335 (320 - 350)
Ohio 6,359 (6,204 - 6,511) 593 (576 - 610) 735 (711 - 758) 5,031 (4,881 - 5,176) 5,766 (5,613 - 5,915)
Oklahoma 1,975 (1,886 - 2,061) 172 (161 - 182) 251 (234 - 267) 1,552 (1,468 - 1,632) 1,804 (1,716 - 1,887)
Oregon 2,262 (2,167 - 2,351) 188 (178 - 197) 243 (228 - 257) 1,831 (1,740 - 1,915) 2,074 (1,980 - 2,162)
Pennsylvania 7,288 (7,098 - 7,471) 611 (590 - 631) 842 (812 - 871) 5,836 (5,654 - 6,010) 6,677 (6,491 - 6,858)
Rhode Island 639 (612 - 664) 52 (49 - 55) 87 (82 - 91) 500 (475 - 523) 587 (561 - 611)
South Carolina 2,634 (2,525 - 2,737) 218 (206 - 230) 303 (286 - 320) 2,112 (2,008 - 2,208) 2,416 (2,309 - 2,516)
South Dakota 440 (420 - 460) 41 (39 - 43) 58 (55 - 62) 341 (322 - 359) 399 (379 - 418)
Tennessee 3,444 (3,277 - 3,605) 300 (283 - 316) 375 (350 - 398) 2,770 (2,609 - 2,921) 3,144 (2,979 - 3,302)
Texas 14,195 (13,891 - 14,489) 1,350 (1,309 - 1,391) 1,850 (1,794 - 1,905) 10,995 (10,704 - 11,272) 12,845 (12,545 - 13,133)
Utah 1,596 (1,542 - 1,646) 185 (176 - 193) 260 (246 - 273) 1,150 (1,101 - 1,195) 1,411 (1,358 - 1,460)
Vermont 381 (366 - 396) 30 (28 - 31) 47 (44 - 49) 304 (290 - 318) 351 (336 - 366)
Virginia 4,633 (4,450 - 4,805) 397 (377 - 416) 569 (539 - 598) 3,667 (3,495 - 3,825) 4,235 (4,056 - 4,403)
Washington 3,951 (3,806 - 4,089) 342 (325 - 358) 447 (422 - 470) 3,163 (3,024 - 3,292) 3,609 (3,466 - 3,745)
West Virginia 996    (949 - 1,042) 80 (76 - 85) 105   (98 - 111) 811 (765 - 855) 916 (869 - 961)
Wisconsin 3,237 (3,103 - 3,365) 297 (283 - 311) 396 (373 - 419) 2,543 (2,415 - 2,664) 2,940 (2,807 - 3,066)
Wyoming 308 (295 - 320) 28 (26 - 29) 38 (36 - 40) 242 (230 - 253) 280 (268 - 292)

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Table 16. – Alcohol Dependence or Abuse in the Past Year, by Age Group and State: Estimated Numbers (in Thousands), Annual Averages Based on 2009 and 2010 NSDUHs
State 12+
(Estimate)
12+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
12-17
(Estimate)
12-17
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18-25
(Estimate)
18-25
(95% Confidence
Interval)
26+
(Estimate)
26+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18+
(Estimate)
18+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
NOTE: Dependence or abuse is based on definitions found in the 4th edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV).
NOTE: State and census region estimates, along with the 95 percent Bayesian confidence (credible) intervals, are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach and generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. For the "Total U.S." row, design-based (direct) estimates and corresponding 95 percent confidence intervals are given.
Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2009 and 2010 (Revised March 2012).
Total U.S. 18,365 (17,797 - 18,949) 1,123 (1,057 - 1,192) 5,382 (5,216 - 5,553) 11,860 (11,329 - 12,414) 17,242 (16,682 - 17,819)
Northeast 3,366 (3,172 - 3,572) 197 (178 - 217) 1,031    (970 - 1,096) 2,138 (1,959 - 2,332) 3,169 (2,979 - 3,372)
Midwest 4,121 (3,934 - 4,315) 246 (228 - 266) 1,247 (1,184 - 1,312) 2,628 (2,455 - 2,812) 3,874 (3,691 - 4,065)
South 6,313 (6,011 - 6,629) 375 (344 - 409) 1,785 (1,686 - 1,888) 4,152 (3,869 - 4,454) 5,937 (5,640 - 6,249)
West 4,566 (4,287 - 4,860) 305 (275 - 338) 1,319 (1,234 - 1,409) 2,942 (2,687 - 3,219) 4,261 (3,988 - 4,550)
Alabama 265 (220 - 318) 16 (12 - 21) 71 (59 - 84) 178 (140 - 226) 249 (206 - 300)
Alaska 43 (36 - 52) 3 (2 - 4) 13 (11 - 15) 28 (22 - 35) 40 (34 - 48)
Arizona 414 (345 - 495) 26 (20 - 34) 119 (101 - 139) 269 (210 - 343) 388 (321 - 467)
Arkansas 156 (130 - 186) 11   (8 - 14) 43 (36 - 51) 102   (80 - 130) 145 (121 - 175)
California 2,422 (2,200 - 2,664) 167 (142 - 196) 689 (623 - 761) 1,566 (1,366 - 1,793) 2,255 (2,038 - 2,492)
Colorado 359 (304 - 423) 22 (17 - 28) 110   (96 - 126) 227 (180 - 286) 337 (284 - 399)
Connecticut 231 (194 - 274) 14 (11 - 18) 70 (59 - 82) 148 (116 - 187) 218 (182 - 259)
Delaware 53 (44 - 64) 3 (2 - 4) 16 (13 - 18) 34 (27 - 44) 50 (41 - 61)
District of Columbia 49 (41 - 58) 1 (1 - 2) 15 (13 - 17) 33 (26 - 41) 48 (40 - 56)
Florida 1,054    (947 - 1,173) 59 (50 - 70) 255 (229 - 284) 739 (640 - 853) 994    (889 - 1,113)
Georgia 498 (415 - 598) 30 (23 - 39) 148 (126 - 175) 320 (249 - 410) 468 (387 - 566)
Hawaii 81 (66 - 98) 5 (4 - 7) 22 (19 - 27) 53 (41 - 69) 76 (62 - 93)
Idaho 94   (79 - 110) 7 (5 - 9) 28 (24 - 33) 58 (46 - 73) 87   (73 - 103)
Illinois 765 (692 - 845) 43 (36 - 51) 247 (225 - 270) 475 (409 - 551) 722 (650 - 800)
Indiana 381 (321 - 450) 23 (18 - 29) 112   (95 - 131) 245 (195 - 308) 357 (300 - 425)
Iowa 206 (175 - 241) 13 (10 - 16) 69 (60 - 80) 124 (99 - 155) 194 (163 - 227)
Kansas 182 (155 - 213) 12 (10 - 15) 59 (51 - 69) 110 (88 - 138) 170 (143 - 200)
Kentucky 219 (182 - 262) 14 (10 - 18) 63 (53 - 74) 143 (112 - 181) 205 (170 - 247)
Louisiana 241 (201 - 288) 12   (9 - 17) 75 (63 - 88) 154 (120 - 197) 229 (190 - 274)
Maine 73 (61 - 87) 4 (3 - 5) 21 (18 - 25) 47 (37 - 60) 69 (57 - 83)
Maryland 303 (246 - 371) 15 (11 - 20) 85   (70 - 103) 202 (155 - 263) 288 (232 - 355)
Massachusetts 464 (395 - 542) 25 (20 - 32) 152 (132 - 175) 286 (228 - 356) 438 (372 - 515)
Michigan 640 (578 - 707) 37 (31 - 43) 173 (157 - 190) 430 (374 - 493) 603 (543 - 669)
Minnesota 341 (289 - 402) 20 (16 - 26) 102   (88 - 119) 219 (174 - 274) 321 (270 - 380)
Mississippi 154 (129 - 183) 9   (7 - 12) 45 (38 - 54) 99   (78 - 126) 145 (120 - 173)
Missouri 328 (273 - 392) 22 (17 - 28) 95   (80 - 113) 210 (164 - 268) 306 (253 - 368)
Montana 76 (64 - 88) 5 (4 - 6) 25 (22 - 29) 45 (36 - 57) 71 (60 - 83)
Nebraska 112   (95 - 131) 7 (5 - 8) 39 (33 - 45) 67 (53 - 84) 105   (89 - 124)
Nevada 181 (152 - 216) 11   (9 - 15) 47 (40 - 54) 123   (97 - 155) 170 (142 - 204)
New Hampshire 84   (71 - 100) 5 (4 - 7) 26 (23 - 30) 53 (41 - 67) 79 (66 - 94)
New Jersey 464 (385 - 559) 27 (21 - 36) 127 (107 - 149) 310 (240 - 398) 437 (360 - 529)
New Mexico 125 (105 - 149) 9   (7 - 11) 37 (31 - 44) 79   (62 - 100) 116   (97 - 139)
New York 1,204 (1,084 - 1,337) 75 (64 - 88) 371 (338 - 407) 758 (650 - 882) 1,129 (1,011 - 1,260)
North Carolina 479 (401 - 573) 26 (20 - 34) 136 (115 - 160) 317 (249 - 403) 453 (377 - 545)
North Dakota 45 (39 - 52) 2 (2 - 3) 18 (16 - 21) 25 (20 - 31) 43 (37 - 50)
Ohio 706 (640 - 778) 43 (37 - 50) 205 (188 - 224) 457 (396 - 527) 663 (598 - 735)
Oklahoma 229 (193 - 271) 14 (11 - 18) 68 (57 - 81) 147 (117 - 185) 216 (181 - 256)
Oregon 256 (216 - 304) 15 (11 - 19) 66 (56 - 77) 175 (139 - 219) 241 (202 - 288)
Pennsylvania 725 (647 - 812) 40 (34 - 48) 226 (204 - 249) 459 (390 - 540) 685 (609 - 771)
Rhode Island 78 (65 - 94) 4 (3 - 5) 23 (20 - 27) 51 (40 - 65) 75 (62 - 90)
South Carolina 301 (249 - 364) 14 (10 - 18) 70 (58 - 83) 218 (171 - 277) 288 (237 - 349)
South Dakota 61 (51 - 71) 4 (3 - 5) 19 (16 - 22) 38 (30 - 47) 57 (48 - 67)
Tennessee 333 (276 - 401) 18 (14 - 24) 90   (76 - 107) 225 (175 - 288) 315 (259 - 382)
Texas 1,361 (1,231 - 1,504) 97   (82 - 115) 415 (375 - 457) 849 (734 - 981) 1,264 (1,137 - 1,404)
Utah 124 (102 - 150) 10   (8 - 13) 44 (36 - 53) 70 (53 - 92) 114   (92 - 139)
Vermont 43 (36 - 50) 2 (2 - 3) 14 (12 - 17) 26 (21 - 33) 41 (34 - 48)
Virginia 523 (444 - 614) 30 (23 - 38) 163 (141 - 188) 330 (262 - 414) 493 (416 - 582)
Washington 355 (296 - 424) 22 (17 - 29) 107   (90 - 127) 226 (176 - 288) 333 (276 - 400)
West Virginia 93   (77 - 112) 6 (4 - 7) 26 (22 - 31) 62 (48 - 79) 88   (72 - 106)
Wisconsin 355 (300 - 420) 20 (16 - 26) 107   (91 - 125) 228 (181 - 287) 335 (281 - 398)
Wyoming 35 (30 - 41) 2 (2 - 3) 11 (10 - 13) 21 (17 - 27) 33 (28 - 39)

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Table 17. – Alcohol Dependence in the Past Year, by Age Group and State: Estimated Numbers (in Thousands), Annual Averages Based on 2009 and 2010 NSDUHs
State 12+
(Estimate)
12+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
12-17
(Estimate)
12-17
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18-25
(Estimate)
18-25
(95% Confidence
Interval)
26+
(Estimate)
26+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18+
(Estimate)
18+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
NOTE: Dependence is based on the definition found in the 4th edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV).
NOTE: State and census region estimates, along with the 95 percent Bayesian confidence (credible) intervals, are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach and generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. For the "Total U.S." row, design-based (direct) estimates and corresponding 95 percent confidence intervals are given.
Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2009 and 2010 (Revised March 2012).
Total U.S. 8,643 (8,243 - 9,060) 443 (404 - 485) 2,226 (2,120 - 2,338) 5,974 (5,592 - 6,380) 8,200 (7,805 - 8,614)
Northeast 1,568 (1,429 - 1,719) 78 (68 - 91) 425 (390 - 464) 1,064    (934 - 1,212) 1,489 (1,353 - 1,639)
Midwest 1,867 (1,739 - 2,003) 94   (84 - 106) 520 (486 - 556) 1,253 (1,130 - 1,389) 1,772 (1,646 - 1,907)
South 2,989 (2,770 - 3,224) 149 (131 - 168) 730 (679 - 785) 2,110 (1,899 - 2,343) 2,840 (2,624 - 3,074)
West 2,220 (2,015 - 2,443) 121 (102 - 143) 551 (500 - 606) 1,548 (1,354 - 1,767) 2,098 (1,897 - 2,319)
Alabama 125   (98 - 158) 6 (4 - 8) 30 (23 - 39) 89   (64 - 122) 119   (93 - 152)
Alaska 21 (16 - 26) 1 (1 - 1) 5 (4 - 7) 15 (11 - 20) 20 (15 - 25)
Arizona 205 (159 - 262) 10   (7 - 15) 52 (40 - 66) 142 (101 - 200) 194 (150 - 251)
Arkansas 75 (60 - 94) 4 (3 - 6) 19 (15 - 24) 52 (38 - 70) 71 (55 - 90)
California 1,206 (1,041 - 1,395) 67 (52 - 86) 285 (244 - 332) 855    (700 - 1,041) 1,139    (977 - 1,327)
Colorado 153 (121 - 192) 8   (6 - 11) 38 (30 - 48) 107   (78 - 146) 145 (114 - 184)
Connecticut 96   (75 - 122) 5 (4 - 8) 25 (20 - 33) 65 (46 - 90) 90   (70 - 116)
Delaware 24 (19 - 30) 1 (1 - 2) 6 (5 - 8) 16 (11 - 22) 22 (17 - 28)
District of Columbia 24 (19 - 30) 0 (0 - 1) 6 (5 - 8) 17 (13 - 23) 23 (19 - 29)
Florida 531 (451 - 625) 24 (18 - 30) 104   (88 - 123) 403 (326 - 498) 507 (428 - 601)
Georgia 228 (174 - 299) 11   (8 - 17) 56 (43 - 73) 161 (111 - 233) 217 (164 - 287)
Hawaii 37 (28 - 47) 2 (1 - 3) 10   (7 - 13) 25 (18 - 35) 35 (27 - 45)
Idaho 43 (35 - 53) 3 (2 - 3) 12 (10 - 15) 28 (21 - 38) 41 (33 - 51)
Illinois 354 (305 - 411) 16 (13 - 21) 110   (96 - 127) 227 (182 - 283) 338 (289 - 394)
Indiana 170 (136 - 212) 10   (7 - 14) 51 (41 - 64) 109   (78 - 151) 160 (127 - 202)
Iowa 85   (68 - 107) 5 (4 - 7) 27 (21 - 34) 54 (38 - 75) 80   (63 - 102)
Kansas 74 (60 - 92) 4 (3 - 6) 25 (19 - 31) 45 (33 - 63) 70 (56 - 87)
Kentucky 103   (79 - 134) 5 (4 - 8) 26 (20 - 33) 72   (50 - 102) 97   (74 - 128)
Louisiana 114   (91 - 144) 5 (4 - 8) 31 (24 - 39) 78   (56 - 108) 109   (86 - 139)
Maine 34 (26 - 43) 2 (1 - 2) 8   (6 - 10) 24 (17 - 34) 32 (25 - 42)
Maryland 158 (122 - 203) 7   (5 - 10) 36 (27 - 46) 115   (83 - 161) 151 (116 - 196)
Massachusetts 203 (164 - 251) 10   (7 - 13) 60 (48 - 74) 134   (98 - 182) 194 (155 - 241)
Michigan 304 (263 - 352) 14 (11 - 18) 66 (57 - 77) 223 (184 - 271) 290 (249 - 337)
Minnesota 167 (133 - 208) 8   (6 - 11) 44 (35 - 54) 115   (85 - 156) 159 (126 - 200)
Mississippi 75 (59 - 94) 4 (2 - 5) 20 (16 - 25) 51 (37 - 70) 71 (56 - 90)
Missouri 155 (122 - 196) 8   (6 - 11) 39 (30 - 50) 108   (78 - 149) 147 (115 - 188)
Montana 30 (24 - 38) 2 (1 - 3) 11   (9 - 13) 18 (12 - 25) 28 (23 - 36)
Nebraska 46 (37 - 58) 2 (2 - 3) 14 (11 - 18) 30 (21 - 42) 44 (34 - 56)
Nevada 80   (63 - 101) 4 (3 - 6) 20 (16 - 25) 56 (40 - 77) 76 (59 - 96)
New Hampshire 37 (30 - 47) 2 (2 - 3) 10   (8 - 13) 25 (18 - 34) 35 (28 - 44)
New Jersey 221 (172 - 284) 11   (8 - 16) 52 (40 - 66) 158 (113 - 221) 210 (161 - 272)
New Mexico 64 (51 - 81) 4 (3 - 5) 17 (14 - 22) 43 (31 - 60) 61 (47 - 78)
New York 593 (509 - 690) 31 (24 - 39) 167 (145 - 193) 395 (316 - 492) 562 (479 - 658)
North Carolina 241 (192 - 302) 11   (8 - 16) 57 (44 - 73) 173 (127 - 234) 230 (181 - 290)
North Dakota 20 (16 - 24) 1 (1 - 1) 7 (6 - 9) 11   (8 - 16) 19 (15 - 23)
Ohio 305 (263 - 354) 15 (12 - 19) 85 (74 - 96) 205 (166 - 253) 290 (248 - 338)
Oklahoma 93   (74 - 116) 5 (3 - 7) 28 (22 - 36) 60 (43 - 82) 88   (69 - 111)
Oregon 131 (102 - 168) 6 (4 - 8) 27 (21 - 34) 99   (71 - 135) 125   (97 - 162)
Pennsylvania 329 (278 - 388) 15 (12 - 20) 88   (75 - 103) 226 (178 - 285) 314 (264 - 373)
Rhode Island 35 (28 - 44) 1 (1 - 2) 9   (7 - 12) 24 (18 - 33) 34 (26 - 43)
South Carolina 148 (114 - 193) 5 (3 - 7) 26 (20 - 34) 117   (84 - 163) 144 (109 - 188)
South Dakota 25 (20 - 31) 1 (1 - 2) 7 (6 - 9) 16 (11 - 22) 23 (18 - 29)
Tennessee 167 (131 - 214) 8   (5 - 11) 37 (28 - 48) 123   (89 - 169) 160 (124 - 206)
Texas 619 (533 - 718) 39 (31 - 49) 170 (146 - 196) 411 (332 - 507) 580 (496 - 678)
Utah 64 (50 - 80) 5 (3 - 7) 21 (16 - 27) 38 (27 - 54) 59 (46 - 75)
Vermont 20 (16 - 25) 1 (1 - 1) 5 (4 - 7) 14 (10 - 19) 19 (15 - 24)
Virginia 215 (173 - 267) 11   (8 - 15) 68 (55 - 85) 136   (99 - 187) 204 (163 - 256)
Washington 170 (134 - 214) 9   (7 - 13) 48 (38 - 61) 112   (80 - 156) 160 (126 - 204)
West Virginia 49 (38 - 63) 2 (2 - 3) 11   (9 - 14) 35 (25 - 50) 47 (36 - 61)
Wisconsin 161 (128 - 203) 8   (6 - 11) 44 (35 - 56) 109   (80 - 150) 154 (121 - 194)
Wyoming 16 (13 - 20) 1 (1 - 1) 5 (4 - 6) 10   (7 - 14) 15 (12 - 19)

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Table 18. – Illicit Drug Dependence or Abuse in the Past Year, by Age Group and State: Estimated Numbers (in Thousands), Annual Averages Based on 2009 and 2010 NSDUHs
State 12+
(Estimate)
12+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
12-17
(Estimate)
12-17
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18-25
(Estimate)
18-25
(95% Confidence
Interval)
26+
(Estimate)
26+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18+
(Estimate)
18+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
NOTE: Illicit Drugs include marijuana/hashish, cocaine (including crack), heroin, hallucinogens, inhalants, or prescription-type psychotherapeutics used nonmedically, including data from original methamphetamine questions but not including new methamphetamine items added in 2005 and 2006. See Section B.4.8 in Appendix B of the Results from the 2008 National Survey on Drug Use and Health: National Findings.
NOTE: Dependence or abuse is based on definitions found in the 4th edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV).
NOTE: State and census region estimates, along with the 95 percent Bayesian confidence (credible) intervals, are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach and generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. For the "Total U.S." row, design-based (direct) estimates and corresponding 95 percent confidence intervals are given.
Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2009 and 2010 (Revised March 2012).
Total U.S. 7,129 (6,808 - 7,464) 1,106 (1,045 - 1,170) 2,637 (2,522 - 2,757) 3,386 (3,106 - 3,692) 6,023 (5,713 - 6,349)
Northeast 1,364 (1,260 - 1,477) 194 (176 - 214) 534 (494 - 576) 636 (549 - 737) 1,170 (1,069 - 1,282)
Midwest 1,480 (1,382 - 1,584) 237 (218 - 257) 558 (523 - 595) 685 (602 - 778) 1,243 (1,148 - 1,345)
South 2,494 (2,333 - 2,666) 379 (349 - 411) 874 (819 - 931) 1,242 (1,102 - 1,399) 2,115 (1,959 - 2,284)
West 1,791 (1,638 - 1,957) 297 (268 - 329) 671 (616 - 730) 823 (698 - 970) 1,494 (1,348 - 1,656)
Alabama 104   (82 - 132) 15 (11 - 19) 35 (27 - 45) 54 (37 - 79) 89   (68 - 117)
Alaska 15 (12 - 19) 3 (2 - 3) 6 (5 - 8) 7   (5 - 10) 13 (10 - 17)
Arizona 164 (129 - 207) 26 (20 - 35) 57 (45 - 72) 80   (54 - 119) 137 (105 - 179)
Arkansas 62 (50 - 78) 10   (8 - 13) 20 (15 - 25) 33 (23 - 47) 52 (40 - 68)
California 950    (830 - 1,087) 158 (135 - 186) 355 (310 - 405) 437 (340 - 561) 792 (676 - 927)
Colorado 132 (105 - 165) 24 (18 - 31) 52 (41 - 64) 56 (37 - 85) 108 (83 - 140)
Connecticut 86   (68 - 108) 13 (10 - 16) 34 (27 - 43) 39 (26 - 58) 73 (56 - 95)
Delaware 20 (16 - 25) 3 (3 - 4) 8   (6 - 10) 9   (6 - 14) 17 (13 - 22)
District of Columbia 20 (15 - 26) 1 (1 - 2) 6 (5 - 8) 12   (9 - 18) 19 (14 - 24)
Florida 421 (364 - 488) 58 (49 - 69) 137 (119 - 157) 227 (177 - 290) 363 (307 - 430)
Georgia 175 (135 - 227) 32 (23 - 43) 61 (47 - 79) 82   (52 - 130) 143 (105 - 195)
Hawaii 27 (21 - 35) 4 (3 - 5) 10   (7 - 13) 14   (9 - 21) 23 (17 - 31)
Idaho 39 (31 - 49) 6 (5 - 8) 14 (11 - 18) 19 (13 - 27) 33 (26 - 42)
Illinois 284 (247 - 326) 45 (38 - 54) 117 (102 - 134) 122   (93 - 159) 238 (203 - 279)
Indiana 157 (125 - 196) 22 (17 - 29) 56 (45 - 71) 78   (54 - 113) 135 (104 - 174)
Iowa 52 (40 - 68) 11   (9 - 15) 19 (14 - 26) 22 (13 - 36) 41 (29 - 57)
Kansas 58 (45 - 73) 9   (7 - 12) 25 (19 - 31) 24 (16 - 37) 49 (37 - 64)
Kentucky 96   (77 - 119) 16 (12 - 21) 35 (28 - 43) 45 (31 - 66) 80   (62 - 103)
Louisiana 99   (79 - 123) 14 (11 - 18) 38 (30 - 48) 46 (31 - 68) 85   (66 - 109)
Maine 29 (23 - 37) 4 (3 - 5) 13 (10 - 16) 13   (9 - 19) 25 (20 - 33)
Maryland 139 (109 - 177) 18 (13 - 24) 52 (41 - 66) 69   (47 - 102) 121 (93 - 159)
Massachusetts 185 (148 - 231) 26 (20 - 34) 71 (57 - 88) 88   (61 - 128) 159 (124 - 204)
Michigan 228 (199 - 262) 36 (31 - 43) 84 (73 - 95) 109   (85 - 139) 192 (164 - 225)
Minnesota 109   (87 - 137) 17 (13 - 23) 43 (34 - 54) 49 (33 - 73) 92   (71 - 119)
Mississippi 71 (57 - 88) 10   (7 - 13) 25 (20 - 31) 36 (25 - 51) 61 (48 - 78)
Missouri 132 (106 - 165) 20 (15 - 26) 51 (40 - 64) 62 (42 - 90) 112 (87 - 145)
Montana 22 (18 - 28) 4 (3 - 5) 9   (7 - 11) 10   (6 - 14) 18 (14 - 24)
Nebraska 33 (25 - 42) 6 (4 - 7) 12   (9 - 16) 15 (10 - 23) 27 (20 - 37)
Nevada 62 (48 - 80) 9   (7 - 13) 18 (14 - 23) 35 (24 - 51) 53 (40 - 71)
New Hampshire 38 (31 - 48) 7 (5 - 9) 15 (12 - 18) 17 (11 - 25) 32 (25 - 41)
New Jersey 188 (148 - 238) 27 (21 - 36) 68 (53 - 86) 93   (63 - 136) 160 (123 - 210)
New Mexico 52 (42 - 65) 11   (9 - 14) 19 (15 - 24) 22 (15 - 33) 41 (31 - 53)
New York 490 (426 - 564) 68 (57 - 81) 201 (176 - 228) 222 (171 - 287) 422 (360 - 495)
North Carolina 211 (167 - 267) 30 (23 - 39) 76 (61 - 96) 105   (72 - 154) 182 (139 - 237)
North Dakota 11   (8 - 14) 2 (1 - 2) 5 (4 - 6) 4 (3 - 7) 9   (7 - 12)
Ohio 273 (239 - 313) 42 (36 - 50) 97   (86 - 110) 133 (104 - 170) 231 (197 - 270)
Oklahoma 92   (73 - 117) 14 (11 - 19) 34 (26 - 43) 44 (30 - 65) 78   (60 - 102)
Oregon 102   (82 - 128) 16 (12 - 20) 37 (29 - 46) 49 (34 - 72) 86   (67 - 111)
Pennsylvania 300 (259 - 348) 43 (36 - 52) 112   (98 - 129) 145 (111 - 188) 257 (217 - 304)
Rhode Island 31 (24 - 38) 4 (3 - 5) 13 (11 - 17) 13   (9 - 19) 26 (20 - 34)
South Carolina 106   (84 - 135) 14 (11 - 19) 34 (27 - 43) 58 (40 - 84) 92   (70 - 121)
South Dakota 16 (12 - 20) 3 (2 - 4) 6 (4 - 7) 7   (5 - 11) 13 (9 - 17)
Tennessee 136 (107 - 171) 20 (15 - 26) 42 (33 - 54) 74   (51 - 106) 116 (88 - 151)
Texas 516 (449 - 592) 92   (77 - 110) 185 (160 - 213) 238 (185 - 307) 423 (360 - 498)
Utah 64 (52 - 79) 12   (9 - 15) 27 (22 - 35) 25 (17 - 36) 52 (41 - 67)
Vermont 17 (14 - 21) 2 (2 - 3) 8   (6 - 10) 7   (5 - 10) 15 (12 - 19)
Virginia 184 (147 - 230) 28 (21 - 36) 70 (56 - 87) 87   (59 - 127) 156 (121 - 202)
Washington 151 (120 - 189) 22 (17 - 29) 64 (51 - 80) 65 (44 - 97) 129 (100 - 167)
West Virginia 42 (32 - 53) 5 (3 - 6) 16 (13 - 20) 21 (14 - 31) 37 (28 - 49)
Wisconsin 127 (101 - 161) 23 (17 - 30) 44 (34 - 57) 60 (41 - 89) 104   (79 - 137)
Wyoming 10   (8 - 13) 2 (2 - 3) 4 (3 - 5) 4 (3 - 7) 8   (6 - 11)

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Table 19. – Illicit Drug Dependence in the Past Year, by Age Group and State: Estimated Numbers (in Thousands), Annual Averages Based on 2009 and 2010 NSDUHs
State 12+
(Estimate)
12+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
12-17
(Estimate)
12-17
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18-25
(Estimate)
18-25
(95% Confidence
Interval)
26+
(Estimate)
26+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18+
(Estimate)
18+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
NOTE: Illicit Drugs include marijuana/hashish, cocaine (including crack), heroin, hallucinogens, inhalants, or prescription-type psychotherapeutics used nonmedically, including data from original methamphetamine questions but not including new methamphetamine items added in 2005 and 2006. See Section B.4.8 in Appendix B of the Results from the 2008 National Survey on Drug Use and Health: National Findings.
NOTE: Dependence is based on the definition found in the 4th edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV).
NOTE: State and census region estimates, along with the 95 percent Bayesian confidence (credible) intervals, are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach and generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. For the "Total U.S." row, design-based (direct) estimates and corresponding 95 percent confidence intervals are given.
Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2009 and 2010 (Revised March 2012).
Total U.S. 4,868 (4,608 - 5,143) 596 (552 - 643) 1,836 (1,738 - 1,939) 2,436 (2,204 - 2,693) 4,272 (4,017 - 4,543)
Northeast 989    (896 - 1,091) 107   (94 - 122) 390 (354 - 429) 492 (416 - 582) 882 (791 - 984)
Midwest 1,021    (939 - 1,108) 127 (114 - 142) 381 (352 - 413) 512 (443 - 591) 893 (814 - 979)
South 1,679 (1,541 - 1,830) 203 (183 - 226) 603 (554 - 655) 872    (753 - 1,011) 1,475 (1,342 - 1,623)
West 1,180 (1,063 - 1,308) 158 (138 - 181) 462 (416 - 512) 560 (465 - 673) 1,022 (909 - 1,147)
Alabama 69 (53 - 90) 8   (6 - 11) 25 (18 - 34) 36 (24 - 53) 61 (45 - 82)
Alaska 11   (8 - 14) 2 (1 - 2) 4 (3 - 5) 5 (4 - 8) 9   (7 - 12)
Arizona 104   (80 - 134) 14 (10 - 20) 39 (29 - 53) 51 (34 - 74) 90   (67 - 120)
Arkansas 44 (34 - 57) 5 (4 - 8) 13 (10 - 18) 25 (17 - 36) 39 (29 - 52)
California 620 (531 - 724) 81   (66 - 101) 249 (211 - 293) 290 (222 - 378) 539 (453 - 640)
Colorado 76 (58 - 98) 13   (9 - 19) 28 (20 - 38) 35 (23 - 54) 63 (46 - 85)
Connecticut 60 (46 - 77) 7   (5 - 10) 23 (17 - 30) 30 (20 - 45) 53 (39 - 70)
Delaware 15 (12 - 20) 2 (1 - 3) 6 (5 - 8) 7   (5 - 10) 13 (10 - 18)
District of Columbia 13 (10 - 17) 1 (0 - 1) 4 (3 - 6) 8   (6 - 12) 12   (9 - 17)
Florida 258 (216 - 309) 30 (24 - 37) 91   (76 - 108) 137 (104 - 182) 228 (188 - 278)
Georgia 114   (83 - 158) 17 (12 - 25) 37 (25 - 53) 60 (37 - 98) 97   (67 - 141)
Hawaii 16 (12 - 22) 2 (1 - 3) 6 (4 - 9) 8   (5 - 13) 14 (10 - 20)
Idaho 27 (21 - 34) 4 (3 - 5) 10   (8 - 13) 14   (9 - 20) 23 (18 - 31)
Illinois 199 (169 - 233) 23 (18 - 30) 83 (70 - 97) 93   (70 - 123) 175 (147 - 209)
Indiana 110   (84 - 142) 13   (9 - 18) 40 (29 - 53) 57 (39 - 84) 97   (73 - 129)
Iowa 35 (26 - 48) 7   (5 - 10) 12   (8 - 17) 17 (10 - 27) 29 (20 - 41)
Kansas 37 (28 - 49) 5 (3 - 7) 15 (11 - 21) 18 (12 - 27) 33 (24 - 44)
Kentucky 71 (56 - 91) 8   (6 - 11) 27 (21 - 36) 36 (25 - 52) 63 (48 - 83)
Louisiana 73 (56 - 94) 8   (6 - 12) 28 (21 - 37) 37 (25 - 53) 64 (48 - 85)
Maine 23 (18 - 29) 2 (2 - 3) 10   (8 - 13) 11   (7 - 16) 21 (16 - 27)
Maryland 100   (76 - 131) 10   (7 - 14) 37 (27 - 50) 53 (36 - 78) 90   (67 - 121)
Massachusetts 133 (104 - 169) 15 (11 - 20) 53 (40 - 69) 66 (45 - 95) 118 (90 - 154)
Michigan 156 (134 - 183) 19 (15 - 24) 60 (51 - 70) 77   (59 - 101) 137 (115 - 164)
Minnesota 66 (50 - 86) 9   (6 - 13) 24 (17 - 33) 33 (22 - 49) 57 (42 - 77)
Mississippi 48 (38 - 61) 5 (4 - 7) 17 (13 - 23) 26 (18 - 37) 43 (33 - 56)
Missouri 93   (73 - 119) 11   (8 - 16) 36 (27 - 47) 46 (32 - 67) 82   (62 - 107)
Montana 16 (12 - 20) 2 (1 - 3) 6 (5 - 8) 8   (5 - 11) 14 (11 - 18)
Nebraska 24 (18 - 31) 3 (2 - 5) 8   (6 - 11) 12   (8 - 18) 20 (15 - 28)
Nevada 40 (31 - 53) 6 (4 - 8) 12   (9 - 17) 22 (15 - 33) 35 (25 - 47)
New Hampshire 26 (21 - 34) 3 (2 - 5) 10   (8 - 13) 13   (9 - 19) 23 (17 - 30)
New Jersey 130 (100 - 169) 14 (10 - 20) 48 (36 - 65) 67 (46 - 99) 115 (87 - 154)
New Mexico 32 (25 - 41) 6 (4 - 8) 13 (10 - 18) 13   (9 - 20) 27 (20 - 36)
New York 364 (309 - 427) 37 (29 - 46) 147 (126 - 173) 179 (136 - 235) 327 (274 - 390)
North Carolina 149 (116 - 192) 17 (12 - 23) 56 (42 - 73) 77   (52 - 112) 132 (100 - 174)
North Dakota 8   (6 - 11) 1 (1 - 2) 3 (2 - 5) 3 (2 - 6) 7   (5 - 10)
Ohio 196 (167 - 229) 22 (18 - 27) 68 (59 - 80) 105   (81 - 135) 173 (145 - 207)
Oklahoma 59 (46 - 77) 7   (5 - 10) 21 (16 - 29) 31 (21 - 45) 52 (39 - 69)
Oregon 75 (58 - 96) 9   (6 - 12) 27 (21 - 36) 39 (26 - 56) 66 (50 - 87)
Pennsylvania 220 (186 - 260) 25 (20 - 31) 84   (71 - 100) 111   (84 - 146) 195 (162 - 235)
Rhode Island 22 (17 - 28) 3 (2 - 4) 9   (7 - 12) 10   (7 - 15) 19 (14 - 25)
South Carolina 66 (50 - 86) 7   (5 - 10) 22 (16 - 30) 37 (25 - 55) 59 (44 - 80)
South Dakota 11   (8 - 14) 2 (1 - 3) 4 (3 - 5) 5 (3 - 8) 9   (6 - 13)
Tennessee 91   (70 - 118) 10   (7 - 14) 29 (21 - 39) 52 (36 - 76) 81   (61 - 108)
Texas 349 (296 - 411) 51 (41 - 63) 129 (108 - 155) 169 (128 - 223) 298 (248 - 359)
Utah 43 (34 - 54) 6 (4 - 9) 18 (14 - 24) 19 (13 - 27) 37 (28 - 48)
Vermont 12 (10 - 16) 1 (1 - 2) 6 (4 - 7) 5 (4 - 8) 11   (9 - 14)
Virginia 125   (98 - 160) 15 (11 - 21) 46 (34 - 61) 64 (44 - 93) 110   (84 - 145)
Washington 113   (89 - 143) 13 (10 - 18) 46 (35 - 60) 53 (37 - 78) 99   (77 - 129)
West Virginia 34 (26 - 43) 3 (2 - 4) 14 (11 - 18) 17 (11 - 25) 31 (23 - 40)
Wisconsin 87   (67 - 113) 12   (9 - 17) 29 (21 - 39) 46 (31 - 67) 75   (55 - 101)
Wyoming 7 (5 - 9) 1 (1 - 2) 2 (2 - 3) 3 (2 - 5) 6 (4 - 8)

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Table 20. – Dependence or Abuse of Illicit Drugs or Alcohol in the Past Year, by Age Group and State: Estimated Numbers (in Thousands), Annual Averages Based on 2009 and 2010 NSDUHs
State 12+
(Estimate)
12+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
12-17
(Estimate)
12-17
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18-25
(Estimate)
18-25
(95% Confidence
Interval)
26+
(Estimate)
26+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18+
(Estimate)
18+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
NOTE: Illicit Drugs include marijuana/hashish, cocaine (including crack), heroin, hallucinogens, inhalants, or prescription-type psychotherapeutics used nonmedically, including data from original methamphetamine questions but not including new methamphetamine items added in 2005 and 2006. See Section B.4.8 in Appendix B of the Results from the 2008 National Survey on Drug Use and Health: National Findings.
NOTE: Dependence or abuse is based on definitions found in the 4th edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV).
NOTE: State and census region estimates, along with the 95 percent Bayesian confidence (credible) intervals, are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach and generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. For the "Total U.S." row, design-based (direct) estimates and corresponding 95 percent confidence intervals are given.
Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2009 and 2010 (Revised March 2012).
Total U.S. 22,428 (21,791 - 23,081) 1,762 (1,683 - 1,845) 6,778 (6,593 - 6,967) 13,887 (13,299 - 14,499) 20,666 (20,040 - 21,307)
Northeast 4,215 (4,007 - 4,434) 315 (291 - 341) 1,308 (1,243 - 1,375) 2,591 (2,396 - 2,801) 3,899 (3,697 - 4,113)
Midwest 4,964 (4,753 - 5,182) 384 (361 - 409) 1,526 (1,460 - 1,594) 3,054 (2,855 - 3,265) 4,579 (4,372 - 4,794)
South 7,686 (7,354 - 8,033) 589 (551 - 629) 2,280 (2,177 - 2,388) 4,818 (4,504 - 5,151) 7,098 (6,773 - 7,437)
West 5,563 (5,267 - 5,872) 474 (436 - 515) 1,664 (1,574 - 1,758) 3,425 (3,153 - 3,718) 5,089 (4,799 - 5,392)
Alabama 322 (275 - 377) 25 (20 - 31) 91   (78 - 106) 206 (166 - 256) 297 (252 - 350)
Alaska 51 (43 - 59) 4 (3 - 5) 16 (13 - 18) 31 (25 - 38) 47 (40 - 55)
Arizona 502 (428 - 586) 41 (32 - 51) 151 (131 - 174) 310 (248 - 387) 462 (391 - 543)
Arkansas 186 (158 - 219) 15 (12 - 19) 53 (45 - 61) 118   (94 - 147) 171 (143 - 203)
California 2,974 (2,727 - 3,239) 258 (226 - 293) 878 (805 - 956) 1,838 (1,616 - 2,086) 2,716 (2,475 - 2,976)
Colorado 421 (361 - 490) 36 (29 - 45) 130 (115 - 148) 255 (204 - 316) 385 (327 - 452)
Connecticut 276 (235 - 322) 20 (16 - 26) 85 (75 - 97) 171 (136 - 213) 256 (217 - 300)
Delaware 65 (56 - 77) 5 (4 - 7) 21 (18 - 24) 39 (31 - 50) 60 (51 - 71)
District of Columbia 62 (53 - 72) 2 (2 - 3) 18 (15 - 20) 42 (34 - 52) 60 (51 - 70)
Florida 1,293 (1,178 - 1,422) 93   (81 - 106) 326 (298 - 356) 874 (766 - 997) 1,201 (1,087 - 1,327)
Georgia 591 (502 - 695) 48 (38 - 61) 192 (167 - 221) 351 (275 - 446) 543 (458 - 644)
Hawaii 92   (78 - 109) 7   (6 - 10) 27 (23 - 31) 58 (46 - 73) 85   (71 - 101)
Idaho 120 (104 - 138) 11   (8 - 13) 37 (32 - 42) 73 (59 - 89) 110   (94 - 127)
Illinois 928    (848 - 1,015) 71 (61 - 82) 306 (282 - 332) 551 (480 - 632) 858 (780 - 943)
Indiana 467 (403 - 540) 34 (27 - 43) 140 (121 - 161) 292 (237 - 358) 432 (370 - 503)
Iowa 229 (197 - 264) 19 (15 - 23) 76 (67 - 87) 134 (108 - 166) 210 (179 - 244)
Kansas 207 (179 - 239) 17 (14 - 21) 69 (60 - 79) 121   (98 - 150) 190 (163 - 221)
Kentucky 273 (232 - 320) 22 (17 - 28) 81 (70 - 94) 170 (135 - 212) 251 (212 - 296)
Louisiana 301 (257 - 352) 21 (16 - 26) 100   (87 - 115) 180 (143 - 226) 280 (237 - 330)
Maine 90   (77 - 105) 6 (5 - 8) 27 (23 - 31) 57 (45 - 71) 84 (71 - 98)
Maryland 386 (325 - 458) 26 (20 - 33) 114   (98 - 133) 246 (194 - 310) 360 (301 - 430)
Massachusetts 600 (520 - 692) 42 (34 - 52) 192 (169 - 217) 367 (297 - 451) 559 (480 - 648)
Michigan 774 (709 - 844) 59 (52 - 67) 216 (200 - 235) 498 (438 - 565) 714 (651 - 784)
Minnesota 396 (339 - 459) 29 (23 - 36) 121 (106 - 138) 246 (198 - 304) 367 (312 - 428)
Mississippi 186 (158 - 218) 15 (12 - 19) 58 (50 - 67) 113   (89 - 142) 170 (144 - 201)
Missouri 394 (336 - 461) 33 (26 - 41) 119 (103 - 137) 243 (193 - 304) 361 (305 - 427)
Montana 87   (75 - 100) 7 (6 - 9) 29 (25 - 32) 51 (41 - 63) 80 (68 - 92)
Nebraska 133 (114 - 154) 9   (7 - 12) 45 (39 - 51) 79 (63 - 98) 124 (106 - 144)
Nevada 212 (181 - 247) 17 (13 - 21) 55 (48 - 63) 140 (113 - 173) 195 (165 - 230)
New Hampshire 110   (95 - 128) 10   (8 - 13) 34 (30 - 38) 67 (53 - 83) 100   (85 - 118)
New Jersey 565 (482 - 661) 42 (33 - 54) 163 (140 - 188) 360 (287 - 450) 523 (443 - 617)
New Mexico 155 (134 - 180) 16 (13 - 19) 46 (40 - 52) 94   (75 - 116) 139 (119 - 163)
New York 1,498 (1,371 - 1,636) 117 (102 - 135) 480 (442 - 519) 901    (785 - 1,034) 1,381 (1,258 - 1,516)
North Carolina 598 (506 - 704) 43 (34 - 54) 177 (153 - 204) 378 (299 - 476) 555 (467 - 659)
North Dakota 51 (44 - 58) 3 (3 - 4) 20 (18 - 23) 27 (22 - 34) 47 (41 - 54)
Ohio 869 (795 - 950) 68 (60 - 77) 260 (241 - 280) 541 (472 - 619) 801 (729 - 881)
Oklahoma 285 (242 - 334) 22 (17 - 27) 86   (74 - 100) 177 (142 - 221) 263 (222 - 310)
Oregon 311 (266 - 363) 25 (21 - 31) 82 (72 - 94) 203 (163 - 251) 285 (242 - 336)
Pennsylvania 926    (838 - 1,023) 68 (59 - 78) 280 (256 - 306) 578 (500 - 668) 858 (772 - 953)
Rhode Island 96   (82 - 113) 6 (5 - 8) 30 (26 - 34) 60 (48 - 75) 90   (76 - 106)
South Carolina 354 (299 - 418) 22 (18 - 28) 90   (77 - 103) 242 (193 - 302) 332 (278 - 394)
South Dakota 68 (59 - 79) 6 (4 - 7) 21 (18 - 24) 42 (34 - 51) 63 (54 - 73)
Tennessee 421 (356 - 496) 30 (24 - 37) 118 (102 - 137) 273 (217 - 342) 391 (328 - 464)
Texas 1,625 (1,482 - 1,781) 147 (128 - 168) 520 (478 - 565) 958    (831 - 1,103) 1,478 (1,339 - 1,630)
Utah 161 (136 - 189) 16 (12 - 20) 62 (52 - 73) 83   (65 - 107) 145 (122 - 172)
Vermont 53 (46 - 61) 4 (3 - 5) 19 (16 - 21) 31 (25 - 39) 49 (42 - 58)
Virginia 620 (537 - 714) 46 (37 - 57) 200 (176 - 226) 374 (303 - 461) 574 (494 - 666)
Washington 438 (373 - 514) 33 (26 - 42) 139 (121 - 159) 266 (211 - 336) 405 (342 - 479)
West Virginia 118 (100 - 140) 8   (6 - 10) 35 (30 - 40) 76 (60 - 95) 110   (93 - 131)
Wisconsin 448 (386 - 520) 36 (29 - 45) 133 (115 - 151) 279 (225 - 345) 412 (352 - 482)
Wyoming 39 (34 - 45) 4 (3 - 4) 12 (11 - 14) 23 (18 - 29) 36 (30 - 42)

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Table 21. – Needing But Not Receiving Treatment for Illicit Drug Use in the Past Year, by Age Group and State: Estimated Numbers (in Thousands), Annual Averages Based on 2009 and 2010 NSDUHs
State 12+
(Estimate)
12+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
12-17
(Estimate)
12-17
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18-25
(Estimate)
18-25
(95% Confidence
Interval)
26+
(Estimate)
26+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18+
(Estimate)
18+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
NOTE: Needing But Not Receiving Treatment refers to respondents classified as needing treatment for illicit drugs, but not receiving treatment for an illicit drug problem at a specialty facility (i.e., drug and alcohol rehabilitation facilities [inpatient or outpatient], hospitals [inpatient only], and mental health centers). Illicit Drugs include marijuana/hashish, cocaine (including crack), inhalants, hallucinogens, heroin, or prescription-type psychotherapeutics used nonmedically, including data from original methamphetamine questions but not including new methamphetamine items added in 2005 and 2006. See Section B.4.8 in Appendix B of the Results from the 2008 National Survey on Drug Use and Health: National Findings.
NOTE: State and census region estimates, along with the 95 percent Bayesian confidence (credible) intervals, are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach and generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. For the "Total U.S." row, design-based (direct) estimates and corresponding 95 percent confidence intervals are given.
Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2009 and 2010 (Revised March 2012).
Total U.S. 6,399 (6,093 - 6,719) 1,031    (973 - 1,093) 2,415 (2,304 - 2,531) 2,952 (2,687 - 3,243) 5,367 (5,072 - 5,679)
Northeast 1,194 (1,104 - 1,292) 181 (163 - 200) 482 (446 - 522) 531 (457 - 617) 1,013    (927 - 1,108)
Midwest 1,322 (1,236 - 1,413) 220 (202 - 239) 512 (479 - 548) 590 (518 - 670) 1,102 (1,021 - 1,189)
South 2,233 (2,083 - 2,393) 354 (325 - 384) 803 (747 - 864) 1,076    (948 - 1,220) 1,879 (1,736 - 2,035)
West 1,650 (1,510 - 1,803) 277 (248 - 310) 617 (563 - 675) 756 (641 - 891) 1,373 (1,240 - 1,519)
Alabama 92   (73 - 115) 14 (10 - 18) 33 (26 - 43) 45 (32 - 64) 78   (61 - 101)
Alaska 15 (12 - 19) 2 (2 - 3) 5 (4 - 7) 7   (5 - 11) 13 (10 - 17)
Arizona 146 (116 - 182) 24 (18 - 32) 54 (42 - 68) 68 (48 - 97) 122 (94 - 156)
Arkansas 54 (43 - 67) 9   (7 - 12) 18 (14 - 23) 26 (19 - 37) 45 (35 - 58)
California 890    (779 - 1,017) 151 (128 - 179) 325 (282 - 374) 414 (325 - 526) 739 (633 - 861)
Colorado 119   (97 - 146) 22 (16 - 29) 49 (39 - 62) 48 (33 - 68) 97   (77 - 122)
Connecticut 73 (58 - 90) 12   (9 - 15) 30 (23 - 38) 31 (22 - 45) 61 (48 - 78)
Delaware 18 (14 - 22) 3 (2 - 4) 7 (5 - 9) 8   (5 - 12) 15 (12 - 19)
District of Columbia 14 (11 - 18) 1 (1 - 2) 6 (4 - 7) 8   (5 - 11) 13 (10 - 17)
Florida 384 (332 - 444) 54 (45 - 65) 125 (107 - 145) 204 (161 - 259) 329 (280 - 389)
Georgia 161 (125 - 208) 29 (21 - 40) 55 (41 - 73) 77   (51 - 117) 132   (98 - 178)
Hawaii 25 (19 - 32) 3 (2 - 5) 9   (7 - 12) 12   (8 - 19) 22 (16 - 29)
Idaho 35 (28 - 44) 6 (4 - 8) 13 (10 - 17) 16 (12 - 23) 30 (23 - 38)
Illinois 259 (227 - 295) 43 (35 - 51) 110   (96 - 127) 106   (83 - 136) 216 (186 - 251)
Indiana 140 (113 - 174) 21 (16 - 28) 52 (41 - 66) 67 (47 - 95) 119   (94 - 152)
Iowa 50 (39 - 63) 11   (8 - 15) 18 (14 - 24) 21 (14 - 32) 39 (29 - 52)
Kansas 49 (39 - 61) 8   (6 - 11) 21 (16 - 28) 19 (13 - 28) 41 (32 - 52)
Kentucky 88   (70 - 109) 14 (11 - 19) 32 (25 - 41) 41 (29 - 58) 73 (57 - 93)
Louisiana 90   (71 - 112) 13 (10 - 17) 35 (27 - 45) 42 (29 - 60) 77 (60 - 99)
Maine 27 (21 - 34) 4 (3 - 5) 11   (9 - 14) 12   (8 - 18) 23 (18 - 30)
Maryland 120   (96 - 151) 17 (13 - 23) 48 (37 - 62) 55 (38 - 79) 103   (81 - 132)
Massachusetts 163 (132 - 201) 26 (20 - 34) 66 (53 - 83) 71   (50 - 102) 137 (109 - 173)
Michigan 199 (173 - 229) 33 (28 - 39) 72 (63 - 83) 93   (72 - 121) 165 (141 - 195)
Minnesota 100   (81 - 124) 16 (12 - 21) 40 (32 - 51) 44 (31 - 62) 84   (66 - 106)
Mississippi 65 (52 - 80) 9   (7 - 12) 24 (19 - 30) 32 (23 - 45) 56 (44 - 71)
Missouri 122   (98 - 152) 18 (14 - 24) 46 (36 - 58) 57 (40 - 82) 103   (81 - 132)
Montana 20 (16 - 24) 3 (3 - 4) 8   (6 - 10) 8   (6 - 12) 16 (13 - 21)
Nebraska 29 (22 - 37) 5 (4 - 7) 11   (8 - 14) 13   (8 - 19) 23 (18 - 31)
Nevada 54 (42 - 68) 9   (6 - 12) 17 (13 - 21) 28 (20 - 41) 45 (35 - 59)
New Hampshire 33 (26 - 40) 6 (5 - 8) 13 (11 - 17) 13   (9 - 19) 26 (20 - 34)
New Jersey 155 (125 - 193) 26 (19 - 34) 60 (46 - 77) 70 (49 - 99) 129 (101 - 166)
New Mexico 48 (39 - 59) 10   (8 - 13) 18 (14 - 23) 20 (13 - 29) 38 (29 - 49)
New York 447 (391 - 510) 61 (51 - 74) 186 (163 - 211) 200 (156 - 257) 386 (333 - 447)
North Carolina 191 (152 - 240) 28 (21 - 37) 69 (55 - 87) 94   (66 - 135) 164 (127 - 211)
North Dakota 10   (8 - 13) 2 (1 - 2) 5 (3 - 6) 4 (2 - 6) 8   (6 - 11)
Ohio 238 (210 - 269) 39 (33 - 46) 90   (79 - 102) 109   (87 - 137) 199 (173 - 229)
Oklahoma 79 (63 - 99) 13 (10 - 17) 29 (22 - 37) 37 (26 - 52) 66 (51 - 85)
Oregon 91   (74 - 112) 14 (11 - 19) 32 (25 - 41) 44 (31 - 61) 76 (60 - 97)
Pennsylvania 255 (222 - 294) 41 (34 - 49) 97   (84 - 113) 117   (91 - 152) 215 (183 - 252)
Rhode Island 27 (22 - 33) 4 (3 - 5) 12 (10 - 15) 11   (7 - 15) 23 (18 - 29)
South Carolina 94   (75 - 119) 14 (10 - 18) 31 (24 - 40) 50 (35 - 71) 81   (62 - 104)
South Dakota 14 (11 - 17) 3 (2 - 4) 5 (4 - 7) 6 (4 - 9) 11   (8 - 14)
Tennessee 123   (98 - 155) 18 (14 - 23) 39 (30 - 51) 67 (47 - 94) 106   (81 - 137)
Texas 465 (405 - 533) 87   (72 - 104) 174 (149 - 203) 204 (159 - 262) 378 (322 - 444)
Utah 56 (45 - 68) 11   (8 - 15) 23 (18 - 30) 22 (15 - 31) 45 (35 - 57)
Vermont 15 (12 - 18) 2 (1 - 3) 7 (6 - 8) 6 (4 - 8) 13 (10 - 16)
Virginia 159 (129 - 196) 27 (20 - 35) 64 (50 - 81) 68 (48 - 97) 132 (104 - 168)
Washington 143 (116 - 176) 19 (14 - 26) 59 (47 - 74) 64 (45 - 90) 123 (98 - 155)
West Virginia 36 (28 - 45) 4 (3 - 6) 14 (11 - 18) 17 (12 - 25) 31 (24 - 40)
Wisconsin 113   (91 - 142) 22 (17 - 28) 41 (32 - 53) 51 (35 - 74) 92   (71 - 119)
Wyoming 9   (7 - 12) 2 (1 - 2) 4 (3 - 5) 4 (3 - 6) 8   (6 - 10)

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Table 22. – Needing But Not Receiving Treatment for Alcohol Use in the Past Year, by Age Group and State: Estimated Numbers (in Thousands), Annual Averages Based on 2009 and 2010 NSDUHs
State 12+
(Estimate)
12+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
12-17
(Estimate)
12-17
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18-25
(Estimate)
18-25
(95% Confidence
Interval)
26+
(Estimate)
26+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18+
(Estimate)
18+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
NOTE: Needing But Not Receiving Treatment refers to respondents classified as needing treatment for alcohol, but not receiving treatment for an alcohol problem at a specialty facility (i.e., drug and alcohol rehabilitation facilities [inpatient or outpatient], hospitals [inpatient only], and mental health centers).
NOTE: State and census region estimates, along with the 95 percent Bayesian confidence (credible) intervals, are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach and generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. For the "Total U.S." row, design-based (direct) estimates and corresponding 95 percent confidence intervals are given.
Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2009 and 2010 (Revised March 2012).
Total U.S. 17,376 (16,819 - 17,951) 1,080 (1,016 - 1,148) 5,163 (4,999 - 5,333) 11,133 (10,616 - 11,674) 16,297 (15,747 - 16,863)
Northeast 3,205 (3,018 - 3,404) 190 (172 - 209) 987    (934 - 1,043) 2,028 (1,859 - 2,213) 3,015 (2,833 - 3,210)
Midwest 3,856 (3,672 - 4,049) 235 (217 - 253) 1,180 (1,128 - 1,234) 2,442 (2,272 - 2,624) 3,622 (3,441 - 3,811)
South 5,975 (5,667 - 6,298) 367 (339 - 396) 1,716 (1,632 - 1,803) 3,892 (3,609 - 4,196) 5,608 (5,306 - 5,926)
West 4,340 (4,066 - 4,630) 289 (259 - 322) 1,280 (1,203 - 1,361) 2,771 (2,522 - 3,042) 4,051 (3,784 - 4,335)
Alabama 252 (209 - 303) 16 (13 - 21) 66 (55 - 79) 170 (134 - 216) 236 (195 - 286)
Alaska 40 (33 - 47) 3 (2 - 3) 12 (10 - 14) 25 (19 - 32) 37 (31 - 45)
Arizona 383 (318 - 459) 25 (19 - 32) 116   (99 - 136) 241 (188 - 309) 358 (295 - 431)
Arkansas 145 (122 - 174) 10   (8 - 13) 41 (34 - 49) 94   (74 - 120) 135 (112 - 163)
California 2,343 (2,116 - 2,591) 160 (135 - 189) 675 (611 - 745) 1,508 (1,306 - 1,738) 2,183 (1,962 - 2,426)
Colorado 337 (283 - 401) 20 (16 - 26) 106   (91 - 123) 211 (165 - 269) 317 (264 - 379)
Connecticut 221 (185 - 264) 13 (10 - 17) 67 (57 - 78) 141 (110 - 180) 208 (172 - 250)
Delaware 49 (41 - 59) 3 (2 - 4) 15 (12 - 17) 31 (24 - 40) 46 (38 - 56)
District of Columbia 47 (40 - 56) 1 (1 - 2) 14 (12 - 17) 32 (25 - 40) 46 (39 - 55)
Florida 991    (884 - 1,110) 59 (50 - 69) 243 (217 - 271) 689 (592 - 801) 932    (828 - 1,049)
Georgia 464 (384 - 560) 29 (22 - 38) 142 (119 - 168) 294 (227 - 379) 435 (358 - 528)
Hawaii 78 (64 - 96) 5 (4 - 6) 22 (19 - 27) 51 (39 - 67) 74 (59 - 91)
Idaho 87   (74 - 103) 6 (5 - 8) 27 (23 - 32) 53 (42 - 67) 81 (68 - 96)
Illinois 731 (661 - 809) 42 (35 - 50) 236 (215 - 260) 453 (390 - 526) 690 (621 - 766)
Indiana 352 (297 - 416) 22 (17 - 27) 105   (88 - 124) 225 (179 - 282) 331 (277 - 393)
Iowa 196 (166 - 231) 12 (10 - 16) 66 (56 - 76) 119 (93 - 150) 184 (154 - 218)
Kansas 169 (143 - 199) 11   (9 - 14) 55 (47 - 64) 103   (81 - 129) 158 (133 - 187)
Kentucky 208 (173 - 250) 14 (10 - 18) 59 (49 - 70) 136 (106 - 173) 195 (160 - 235)
Louisiana 233 (195 - 278) 12   (9 - 16) 73 (62 - 85) 148 (116 - 188) 221 (184 - 264)
Maine 70 (59 - 83) 4 (3 - 5) 20 (17 - 24) 46 (36 - 58) 66 (55 - 79)
Maryland 282 (231 - 344) 15 (11 - 20) 82 (68 - 99) 185 (142 - 240) 267 (217 - 327)
Massachusetts 443 (376 - 521) 25 (19 - 32) 146 (126 - 169) 272 (216 - 342) 419 (354 - 494)
Michigan 582 (523 - 646) 35 (30 - 41) 161 (147 - 177) 385 (332 - 447) 547 (490 - 610)
Minnesota 319 (270 - 377) 19 (15 - 25) 98   (85 - 114) 202 (159 - 254) 300 (251 - 356)
Mississippi 147 (123 - 175) 9   (7 - 12) 43 (37 - 51) 94   (74 - 120) 138 (114 - 165)
Missouri 309 (254 - 375) 21 (17 - 27) 89   (74 - 105) 199 (153 - 258) 288 (235 - 352)
Montana 71 (61 - 83) 5 (4 - 6) 24 (21 - 27) 43 (34 - 54) 67 (57 - 78)
Nebraska 108   (92 - 127) 6 (5 - 8) 38 (33 - 44) 64 (51 - 80) 102   (86 - 120)
Nevada 172 (143 - 206) 11   (8 - 14) 45 (38 - 52) 116   (92 - 147) 161 (133 - 194)
New Hampshire 81 (68 - 95) 5 (4 - 7) 25 (21 - 29) 50 (39 - 64) 75 (63 - 90)
New Jersey 440 (364 - 533) 27 (21 - 35) 121 (101 - 144) 293 (228 - 375) 414 (339 - 504)
New Mexico 117   (98 - 138) 8   (7 - 11) 35 (30 - 41) 73 (58 - 92) 108   (91 - 129)
New York 1,146 (1,032 - 1,271) 71 (60 - 84) 357 (325 - 392) 718 (616 - 834) 1,075 (964 - 1,198)
North Carolina 459 (379 - 556) 26 (20 - 34) 132 (110 - 156) 301 (234 - 387) 433 (355 - 527)
North Dakota 43 (37 - 49) 2 (2 - 3) 18 (15 - 20) 23 (18 - 29) 40 (35 - 47)
Ohio 657 (592 - 728) 40 (35 - 47) 195 (179 - 212) 422 (363 - 489) 616 (553 - 687)
Oklahoma 213 (177 - 256) 13 (10 - 17) 65 (55 - 77) 135 (105 - 173) 200 (165 - 241)
Oregon 229 (192 - 272) 14 (11 - 17) 60 (51 - 71) 155 (123 - 194) 215 (180 - 258)
Pennsylvania 689 (614 - 774) 39 (33 - 47) 215 (194 - 237) 435 (369 - 513) 650 (576 - 733)
Rhode Island 74 (61 - 89) 4 (3 - 5) 22 (18 - 26) 48 (37 - 62) 70 (58 - 85)
South Carolina 287 (235 - 350) 14 (10 - 18) 67 (56 - 80) 206 (160 - 264) 273 (223 - 335)
South Dakota 56 (48 - 66) 4 (3 - 5) 18 (15 - 21) 34 (27 - 43) 52 (44 - 62)
Tennessee 322 (266 - 387) 18 (14 - 24) 88   (73 - 104) 216 (168 - 276) 304 (250 - 368)
Texas 1,304 (1,172 - 1,450) 93   (78 - 109) 405 (368 - 445) 807 (690 - 941) 1,212 (1,083 - 1,353)
Utah 117   (95 - 143) 10   (7 - 13) 44 (35 - 53) 64 (47 - 87) 107   (86 - 133)
Vermont 41 (35 - 48) 2 (2 - 3) 14 (12 - 16) 25 (20 - 32) 39 (33 - 46)
Virginia 484 (410 - 571) 29 (22 - 37) 157 (135 - 181) 299 (237 - 375) 456 (384 - 539)
Washington 335 (277 - 404) 21 (16 - 27) 103   (87 - 122) 211 (163 - 272) 314 (258 - 381)
West Virginia 85   (70 - 104) 5 (4 - 7) 24 (20 - 29) 56 (42 - 72) 80 (65 - 98)
Wisconsin 334 (281 - 396) 20 (15 - 25) 101   (86 - 119) 213 (168 - 269) 314 (263 - 375)
Wyoming 32 (27 - 38) 2 (2 - 3) 11   (9 - 12) 19 (15 - 24) 30 (25 - 35)
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Table 23. – Serious Mental Illness in Past Year, by Age Group and State: Estimated Numbers (in Thousands), Annual Averages Based on 2009 and 2010 NSDUHs
State 18+
(Estimate)
18+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18-25
(Estimate)
18-25
(95% Confidence
Interval)
26+
(Estimate)
26+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
NOTE: Serious mental illness (SMI) is defined as having a diagnosable mental, behavioral, or emotional disorder, other than a developmental or substance use disorder, that met the criteria found in the 4th edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV) and resulted in serious functional impairment. Estimates for SMI presented in this table may differ from previously published SMI estimates because of revised estimation procedures. For details, see the NSDUH short report titled Revised Estimates of Mental Illness from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health at http://samhsa.gov/data/default.aspx.
NOTE: State and census region estimates, along with the 95 percent Bayesian confidence (credible) intervals, are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach and generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. For the "Total U.S." row, design-based (direct) estimates and corresponding 95 percent confidence intervals are given.
Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2009 and 2010 (Revised March 2012; SMI Estimates Revised October 2013).
Total U.S. 8,857 (8,391 - 9,350) 1,229 (1,153 - 1,310) 7,628 (7,172 - 8,113)
Northeast 1,579 (1,429 - 1,743) 227 (205 - 252) 1,351 (1,206 - 1,513)
Midwest 2,100 (1,939 - 2,275) 284 (261 - 308) 1,817 (1,658 - 1,989)
South 3,159 (2,904 - 3,437) 414 (378 - 453) 2,745 (2,498 - 3,017)
West 2,020 (1,829 - 2,229) 304 (272 - 341) 1,715 (1,531 - 1,921)
Alabama 175 (136 - 225) 19 (14 - 25) 157 (119 - 206)
Alaska 20 (15 - 26) 3 (2 - 4) 17 (13 - 23)
Arizona 210 (161 - 273) 27 (21 - 37) 183 (136 - 244)
Arkansas 105   (82 - 135) 12   (9 - 16) 93   (71 - 122)
California 879    (735 - 1,050) 159 (132 - 192) 720 (582 - 889)
Colorado 171 (132 - 219) 22 (17 - 29) 149 (112 - 197)
Connecticut 99   (76 - 129) 13 (10 - 17) 86   (64 - 116)
Delaware 26 (20 - 34) 4 (3 - 6) 22 (16 - 30)
District of Columbia 17 (13 - 22) 3 (2 - 3) 14 (10 - 19)
Florida 515 (431 - 614) 58 (47 - 70) 457 (375 - 555)
Georgia 255 (194 - 334) 32 (24 - 42) 223 (164 - 302)
Hawaii 35 (27 - 47) 4 (3 - 6) 31 (22 - 42)
Idaho 57 (44 - 72) 8   (6 - 11) 48 (37 - 63)
Illinois 373 (319 - 436) 55 (47 - 66) 318 (265 - 380)
Indiana 227 (178 - 288) 28 (21 - 36) 199 (152 - 260)
Iowa 99   (77 - 125) 13 (10 - 18) 85   (65 - 111)
Kansas 73 (56 - 94) 12   (9 - 16) 61 (45 - 82)
Kentucky 133 (104 - 171) 16 (12 - 21) 117   (89 - 154)
Louisiana 128   (99 - 165) 18 (13 - 23) 111   (83 - 147)
Maine 43 (33 - 55) 5 (4 - 7) 37 (28 - 49)
Maryland 144 (108 - 190) 21 (16 - 28) 123   (89 - 168)
Massachusetts 214 (167 - 274) 28 (21 - 37) 186 (140 - 245)
Michigan 306 (261 - 358) 44 (37 - 52) 262 (219 - 314)
Minnesota 166 (129 - 212) 22 (17 - 29) 143 (108 - 189)
Mississippi 86   (66 - 111) 11   (8 - 15) 75 (56 - 99)
Missouri 214 (167 - 273) 23 (17 - 30) 191 (145 - 249)
Montana 35 (27 - 45) 5 (4 - 6) 31 (23 - 40)
Nebraska 55 (43 - 69) 8   (6 - 11) 47 (36 - 61)
Nevada 94   (72 - 123) 9   (6 - 12) 86   (64 - 115)
New Hampshire 43 (34 - 56) 6 (5 - 8) 37 (28 - 50)
New Jersey 222 (168 - 293) 36 (27 - 48) 186 (135 - 256)
New Mexico 50 (38 - 65) 8   (6 - 11) 42 (31 - 56)
New York 553 (468 - 654) 78 (65 - 94) 475 (393 - 574)
North Carolina 240 (181 - 316) 30 (22 - 40) 210 (155 - 285)
North Dakota 17 (13 - 22) 3 (3 - 4) 14 (10 - 18)
Ohio 373 (320 - 435) 46 (39 - 55) 327 (275 - 388)
Oklahoma 108   (84 - 140) 15 (11 - 21) 93   (69 - 124)
Oregon 133 (105 - 168) 16 (12 - 20) 117   (90 - 152)
Pennsylvania 344 (287 - 411) 52 (43 - 63) 292 (237 - 359)
Rhode Island 40 (31 - 51) 6 (4 - 8) 34 (26 - 45)
South Carolina 135 (105 - 173) 16 (12 - 22) 119   (89 - 157)
South Dakota 22 (17 - 28) 3 (2 - 4) 19 (14 - 25)
Tennessee 196 (152 - 252) 21 (16 - 28) 175 (132 - 231)
Texas 598 (498 - 717) 101   (83 - 122) 497 (402 - 614)
Utah 98   (77 - 123) 17 (13 - 22) 80   (61 - 106)
Vermont 20   (16 - 25) 3 (2 - 4) 17 (13 - 22)
Virginia 228 (178 - 292) 32 (24 - 42) 196 (148 - 260)
Washington 221 (171 - 284) 23 (17 - 31) 197 (149 - 260)
West Virginia 69 (54 - 89) 6 (5 - 8) 63 (48 - 82)
Wisconsin 177 (138 - 226) 25 (19 - 33) 152 (114 - 201)
Wyoming 17 (13 - 21) 2 (2 - 3) 14 (11 - 19)
130807
Table 24. – Any Mental Illness in Past Year, by Age Group and State: Estimated Numbers (in Thousands), Annual Averages Based on 2009 and 2010 NSDUHs
State 18+
(Estimate)
18+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18-25
(Estimate)
18-25
(95% Confidence
Interval)
26+
(Estimate)
26+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
NOTE: Any mental illness (AMI) is defined as having a diagnosable mental, behavioral, or emotional disorder, other than a developmental or substance use disorder, that met the criteria found in the 4th edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV). Estimates for AMI presented in this table may differ from previously published AMI estimates because of revised estimation procedures. For details, see the NSDUH short report titled Revised Estimates of Mental Illness from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health at http://samhsa.gov/data/default.aspx.
NOTE: State and census region estimates, along with the 95 percent Bayesian confidence (credible) intervals, are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach and generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. For the "Total U.S." row, design-based (direct) estimates and corresponding 95 percent confidence intervals are given.
Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2009 and 2010 (Revised March 2012; AMI Estimates Revised October 2013).
Total U.S. 41,303 (40,345 - 42,285) 6,097 (5,942 - 6,255) 35,206 (34,269 - 36,169)
Northeast 7,747 (7,398 - 8,110) 1,130 (1,077 - 1,184) 6,618 (6,277 - 6,972)
Midwest 9,272 (8,948 - 9,605) 1,392 (1,340 - 1,445) 7,880 (7,565 - 8,205)
South 14,638 (14,080 - 15,219) 2,082 (2,000 - 2,167) 12,556 (12,011 - 13,125)
West 9,645   (9,197 - 10,111) 1,493 (1,416 - 1,573) 8,153 (7,716 - 8,609)
Alabama 732 (641 - 831) 92   (79 - 106) 640 (552 - 737)
Alaska 96   (84 - 110) 15 (13 - 17) 81 (69 - 95)
Arizona 878    (760 - 1,010) 130 (114 - 148) 748 (634 - 877)
Arkansas 428 (377 - 484) 58 (51 - 66) 370 (320 - 424)
California 4,625 (4,268 - 5,005) 762 (698 - 830) 3,863 (3,517 - 4,237)
Colorado 689 (600 - 789) 100   (87 - 115) 589 (503 - 687)
Connecticut 469 (405 - 541) 71 (62 - 81) 398 (336 - 468)
Delaware 122 (106 - 139) 19 (17 - 21) 103   (88 - 120)
District of Columbia 92   (81 - 104) 15 (13 - 17) 77 (67 - 89)
Florida 2,418 (2,229 - 2,621) 307 (279 - 336) 2,112 (1,926 - 2,310)
Georgia 1,101   (952 - 1,268) 179 (155 - 206) 921    (778 - 1,086)
Hawaii 170 (148 - 195) 26 (22 - 30) 144 (123 - 168)
Idaho 249 (219 - 282) 37 (32 - 42) 212 (184 - 244)
Illinois 1,622 (1,493 - 1,759) 263 (242 - 286) 1,359 (1,235 - 1,492)
Indiana 894    (789 - 1,010) 132 (115 - 151) 762 (660 - 874)
Iowa 434 (381 - 492) 67 (58 - 76) 367 (317 - 423)
Kansas 330 (286 - 378) 59 (51 - 68) 271 (230 - 317)
Kentucky 624 (546 - 710) 76 (66 - 88) 547 (472 - 632)
Louisiana 575 (501 - 657) 90   (78 - 103) 485 (415 - 564)
Maine 193 (169 - 220) 26 (23 - 30) 167 (143 - 193)
Maryland 727 (623 - 844) 108   (94 - 125) 619 (520 - 733)
Massachusetts 942    (828 - 1,068) 145 (127 - 165) 797 (688 - 920)
Michigan 1,476 (1,372 - 1,586) 208 (191 - 225) 1,269 (1,168 - 1,376)
Minnesota 727 (641 - 822) 116 (102 - 131) 612 (529 - 704)
Mississippi 377 (331 - 429) 59 (52 - 67) 318 (273 - 369)
Missouri 867 (762 - 982) 127 (111 - 144) 740 (638 - 853)
Montana 154 (137 - 173) 23 (20 - 26) 131 (115 - 150)
Nebraska 232 (203 - 265) 39 (34 - 44) 193 (165 - 225)
Nevada 393 (341 - 450) 46 (40 - 53) 347 (297 - 403)
New Hampshire 202 (178 - 229) 28 (25 - 32) 174 (150 - 200)
New Jersey 1,151 (1,006 - 1,312) 164 (143 - 187) 987    (846 - 1,146)
New Mexico 242 (209 - 279) 40 (35 - 46) 202 (171 - 238)
New York 2,831 (2,615 - 3,061) 411 (379 - 446) 2,420 (2,209 - 2,646)
North Carolina 1,192 (1,033 - 1,369) 156 (134 - 181) 1,036    (883 - 1,209)
North Dakota 80 (69 - 91) 16 (14 - 18) 64 (54 - 75)
Ohio 1,702 (1,578 - 1,833) 229 (212 - 246) 1,474 (1,353 - 1,602)
Oklahoma 548 (482 - 619) 89   (77 - 101) 459 (396 - 529)
Oregon 589 (522 - 661) 80 (70 - 91) 509 (444 - 580)
Pennsylvania 1,689 (1,551 - 1,836) 243 (222 - 266) 1,446 (1,312 - 1,590)
Rhode Island 173 (151 - 198) 25 (22 - 29) 148 (127 - 172)
South Carolina 583 (504 - 672) 79 (68 - 92) 504 (427 - 591)
South Dakota 101   (87 - 116) 16 (14 - 19) 84 (72 - 99)
Tennessee 1,000    (871 - 1,144) 111   (96 - 128) 889    (763 - 1,030)
Texas 2,808 (2,581 - 3,049) 450 (412 - 491) 2,357 (2,140 - 2,592)
Utah 436 (390 - 486) 85 (75 - 97) 351 (308 - 398)
Vermont 97   (85 - 110) 15 (13 - 17) 82 (70 - 94)
Virginia 1,023    (898 - 1,162) 157 (138 - 178) 867    (746 - 1,002)
Washington 1,044    (919 - 1,182) 137 (119 - 156) 907    (786 - 1,042)
West Virginia 289 (254 - 327) 36 (32 - 41) 253 (219 - 290)
Wisconsin 808 (712 - 913) 121 (106 - 138) 687 (595 - 789)
Wyoming 79 (70 - 89) 13 (11 - 14) 66 (57 - 76)

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Table 25. – Had Serious Thoughts of Suicide in the Past Year, by Age Group and State: Estimated Numbers (in Thousands), Annual Averages Based on 2009 and 2010 NSDUHs
State 18+
(Estimate)
18+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18-25
(Estimate)
18-25
(95% Confidence
Interval)
26+
(Estimate)
26+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
NOTE: State and census region estimates, along with the 95 percent Bayesian confidence (credible) intervals, are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach and generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. For the "Total U.S." row, design-based (direct) estimates and corresponding 95 percent confidence intervals are given.
Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2009 and 2010 (Revised March 2012).
Total U.S. 8,620 (8,195 - 9,068) 2,150 (2,056 - 2,248) 6,470 (6,061 - 6,908)
Northeast 1,610 (1,470 - 1,762) 403 (369 - 439) 1,207 (1,080 - 1,349)
Midwest 2,019 (1,872 - 2,177) 499 (466 - 535) 1,520 (1,384 - 1,669)
South 2,948 (2,712 - 3,206) 728 (676 - 785) 2,220 (2,003 - 2,461)
West 2,043 (1,853 - 2,252) 520 (474 - 570) 1,523 (1,347 - 1,721)
Alabama 144 (112 - 185) 34 (27 - 43) 110   (81 - 149)
Alaska 20 (15 - 25) 5 (4 - 6) 15 (11 - 20)
Arizona 196 (152 - 253) 45 (36 - 56) 152 (111 - 205)
Arkansas 93   (73 - 119) 20 (16 - 25) 73 (55 - 97)
California 968    (831 - 1,127) 271 (235 - 312) 697 (572 - 849)
Colorado 154 (120 - 197) 36 (29 - 45) 118   (88 - 159)
Connecticut 97   (75 - 123) 22 (17 - 28) 74   (55 - 100)
Delaware 26 (20 - 33) 7 (6 - 9) 19 (14 - 26)
District of Columbia 19 (15 - 24) 5 (4 - 6) 14 (11 - 19)
Florida 500 (423 - 591) 105   (90 - 122) 395 (323 - 483)
Georgia 221 (173 - 282) 59 (46 - 74) 162 (120 - 220)
Hawaii 38 (29 - 48) 10   (8 - 12) 28 (20 - 38)
Idaho 54 (42 - 69) 13 (11 - 16) 41 (30 - 55)
Illinois 387 (333 - 450) 100   (87 - 115) 287 (237 - 347)
Indiana 189 (151 - 237) 45 (36 - 56) 144 (109 - 190)
Iowa 88   (70 - 111) 22 (17 - 27) 67 (50 - 88)
Kansas 73 (58 - 92) 21 (16 - 26) 53 (39 - 70)
Kentucky 129 (102 - 162) 28 (22 - 35) 101   (76 - 133)
Louisiana 116   (91 - 147) 33 (26 - 41) 83   (62 - 112)
Maine 47 (37 - 60) 8   (7 - 10) 39 (29 - 51)
Maryland 150 (117 - 192) 39 (30 - 49) 112   (82 - 151)
Massachusetts 200 (160 - 251) 48 (38 - 60) 152 (116 - 200)
Michigan 311 (267 - 362) 76 (67 - 86) 236 (194 - 285)
Minnesota 154 (123 - 193) 39 (32 - 49) 115   (87 - 152)
Mississippi 79 (63 - 99) 21 (17 - 27) 58 (43 - 77)
Missouri 192 (150 - 244) 42 (34 - 52) 150 (111 - 200)
Montana 34 (27 - 43) 8   (7 - 10) 25 (19 - 34)
Nebraska 53 (42 - 67) 13 (11 - 17) 40 (30 - 52)
Nevada 81   (63 - 104) 15 (12 - 18) 66 (49 - 89)
New Hampshire 44 (34 - 56) 10   (8 - 12) 34 (25 - 46)
New Jersey 238 (188 - 300) 63 (50 - 79) 175 (130 - 234)
New Mexico 52 (41 - 66) 15 (12 - 19) 37 (27 - 50)
New York 571 (487 - 668) 147 (127 - 170) 424 (347 - 517)
North Carolina 241 (188 - 308) 57 (45 - 72) 184 (136 - 248)
North Dakota 17 (13 - 22) 5 (4 - 7) 12   (9 - 16)
Ohio 358 (306 - 418) 85 (74 - 97) 273 (224 - 331)
Oklahoma 104   (81 - 133) 25 (20 - 32) 79   (58 - 106)
Oregon 121   (95 - 154) 25 (20 - 32) 96   (72 - 128)
Pennsylvania 355 (302 - 416) 90   (77 - 104) 265 (216 - 324)
Rhode Island 37 (29 - 47) 9   (7 - 11) 28 (21 - 38)
South Carolina 122   (95 - 156) 28 (22 - 35) 94   (70 - 127)
South Dakota 24 (19 - 30) 6 (5 - 7) 18 (13 - 24)
Tennessee 172 (133 - 220) 36 (29 - 45) 135 (100 - 182)
Texas 550 (468 - 647) 166 (144 - 191) 385 (311 - 475)
Utah 95   (76 - 119) 29 (23 - 36) 66 (49 - 88)
Vermont 22 (17 - 27) 5 (4 - 7) 16 (12 - 22)
Virginia 220 (174 - 277) 54 (43 - 67) 166 (124 - 220)
Washington 214 (169 - 269) 44 (35 - 55) 170 (128 - 224)
West Virginia 63 (49 - 81) 12 (10 - 15) 50 (37 - 68)
Wisconsin 173 (138 - 217) 45 (36 - 56) 128   (96 - 169)
Wyoming 16 (13 - 20) 4 (3 - 5) 12   (9 - 16)

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Table 26. – Had at Least One Major Depressive Episode in the Past Year, by Age Group and State: Estimated Numbers (in Thousands), Annual Averages Based on 2009 and 2010 NSDUHs
State 18+
(Estimate)
18+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
12-17
(Estimate)
12-17
(95% Confidence
Interval)
18-25
(Estimate)
18-25
(95% Confidence
Interval)
26+
(Estimate)
26+
(95% Confidence
Interval)
NOTE: Major depressive episode is defined as in the 4th edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV), which specifies a period of at least 2 weeks when a person experienced a depressed mood or loss of interest or pleasure in daily activities and had a majority of specified depression symptoms. For details, see Section A.11 in Appendix A of the report on State Estimates of Substance Use and Mental Disorders from the 2009-2010 NSDUHs.
NOTE: There are minor wording differences in the questions in the adult and adolescent major depressive episode modules. Therefore, data from youths aged 12 to 17 were not combined with data from persons aged 18 or older to get an overall estimate (12 or older).
NOTE: State and census region estimates, along with the 95 percent Bayesian confidence (credible) intervals, are based on a survey-weighted hierarchical Bayes estimation approach and generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques. For the "Total U.S." row, design-based (direct) estimates and corresponding 95 percent confidence intervals are given.
Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2009 and 2010 (Revised March 2012).
Total U.S. 15,303 (14,725 - 15,903) 1,975 (1,895 - 2,059) 2,758 (2,643 - 2,877) 12,545 (11,975 - 13,141)
Northeast 2,820 (2,628 - 3,024) 333 (309 - 358) 501 (465 - 540) 2,318 (2,133 - 2,519)
Midwest 3,486 (3,299 - 3,683) 441 (417 - 466) 632 (596 - 669) 2,855 (2,674 - 3,046)
South 5,505 (5,209 - 5,818) 724 (685 - 766) 950    (896 - 1,007) 4,555 (4,267 - 4,862)
West 3,492 (3,240 - 3,762) 478 (442 - 517) 675 (624 - 730) 2,817 (2,573 - 3,082)
Alabama 262 (217 - 316) 29 (24 - 35) 41 (33 - 51) 221 (178 - 275)
Alaska 33 (28 - 40) 4 (4 - 5) 7 (5 - 8) 27 (21 - 34)
Arizona 330 (272 - 400) 45 (37 - 55) 60 (49 - 73) 270 (215 - 339)
Arkansas 167 (140 - 199) 20 (16 - 24) 26 (21 - 32) 141 (115 - 172)
California 1,659 (1,463 - 1,880) 244 (215 - 276) 347 (305 - 394) 1,312 (1,124 - 1,529)
Colorado 264 (219 - 316) 34 (28 - 41) 44 (36 - 54) 220 (177 - 272)
Connecticut 166 (137 - 201) 22 (18 - 26) 29 (23 - 36) 137 (109 - 172)
Delaware 46 (38 - 56) 6 (5 - 7) 10   (8 - 12) 36 (29 - 46)
District of Columbia 32 (26 - 38) 2 (2 - 3) 6 (5 - 8) 25 (20 - 32)
Florida 911    (807 - 1,027) 117 (104 - 132) 142 (124 - 162) 769 (668 - 884)
Georgia 441 (367 - 530) 66 (55 - 80) 82   (67 - 101) 359 (288 - 447)
Hawaii 57 (47 - 70) 7 (5 - 8) 10   (8 - 13) 47 (37 - 60)
Idaho 85   (71 - 100) 12 (10 - 14) 17 (14 - 21) 67 (55 - 82)
Illinois 651 (578 - 732) 79 (69 - 90) 130 (115 - 147) 521 (451 - 601)
Indiana 355 (296 - 425) 46 (38 - 55) 56 (45 - 68) 299 (243 - 368)
Iowa 158 (133 - 189) 18 (15 - 22) 27 (22 - 33) 131 (106 - 161)
Kansas 137 (116 - 163) 20 (16 - 23) 29 (24 - 35) 108   (88 - 133)
Kentucky 227 (188 - 272) 28 (23 - 33) 34 (28 - 42) 192 (155 - 237)
Louisiana 205 (168 - 249) 25 (21 - 31) 37 (30 - 46) 168 (133 - 210)
Maine 71 (59 - 85) 8   (7 - 10) 11   (9 - 14) 59 (48 - 73)
Maryland 260 (214 - 316) 34 (28 - 42) 47 (38 - 58) 213 (169 - 268)
Massachusetts 368 (308 - 438) 39 (32 - 47) 66 (54 - 81) 302 (245 - 370)
Michigan 517 (463 - 577) 69 (61 - 77) 101   (90 - 114) 416 (364 - 474)
Minnesota 271 (227 - 323) 32 (27 - 39) 50 (41 - 61) 221 (179 - 273)
Mississippi 135 (112 - 163) 19 (15 - 23) 22 (18 - 27) 114   (91 - 141)
Missouri 327 (273 - 392) 46 (38 - 55) 52 (42 - 63) 276 (224 - 339)
Montana 55 (46 - 65) 6 (5 - 7) 11   (9 - 13) 44 (36 - 54)
Nebraska 94   (79 - 111) 12 (10 - 14) 17 (14 - 21) 77 (63 - 94)
Nevada 135 (112 - 163) 16 (13 - 20) 19 (15 - 23) 116   (94 - 144)
New Hampshire 74 (61 - 89) 9   (8 - 11) 13 (11 - 16) 61 (49 - 76)
New Jersey 400 (331 - 483) 50 (41 - 61) 75 (61 - 93) 325 (259 - 407)
New Mexico 87   (71 - 105) 14 (11 - 17) 18 (14 - 22) 69 (55 - 87)
New York 1,004    (888 - 1,135) 118 (105 - 134) 169 (148 - 192) 835 (723 - 963)
North Carolina 454 (376 - 548) 54 (44 - 65) 72 (58 - 89) 382 (307 - 474)
North Dakota 33 (28 - 39) 4 (3 - 5) 7 (6 - 9) 26 (21 - 31)
Ohio 605 (540 - 677) 76 (68 - 86) 100   (89 - 111) 505 (443 - 576)
Oklahoma 203 (169 - 242) 23 (19 - 28) 41 (33 - 50) 162 (130 - 200)
Oregon 220 (186 - 260) 26 (21 - 31) 39 (32 - 47) 181 (149 - 220)
Pennsylvania 637 (564 - 720) 76 (67 - 86) 118 (103 - 135) 519 (449 - 600)
Rhode Island 65 (54 - 78) 6 (5 - 8) 12 (10 - 15) 53 (42 - 65)
South Carolina 250 (207 - 301) 30 (25 - 36) 42 (34 - 52) 208 (167 - 257)
South Dakota 36 (29 - 44) 6 (5 - 7) 7 (5 - 9) 29 (23 - 36)
Tennessee 347 (288 - 418) 41 (34 - 49) 50 (41 - 62) 297 (239 - 367)
Texas 1,058    (933 - 1,198) 169 (149 - 191) 211 (185 - 240) 847 (727 - 985)
Utah 156 (133 - 182) 21 (17 - 25) 35 (29 - 42) 121   (99 - 147)
Vermont 34 (29 - 41) 4 (3 - 5) 7 (6 - 8) 28 (22 - 34)
Virginia 400 (336 - 475) 50 (42 - 60) 71 (58 - 87) 329 (267 - 403)
Washington 381 (320 - 453) 46 (38 - 55) 63 (52 - 77) 318 (259 - 388)
West Virginia 108   (90 - 129) 10   (9 - 13) 15 (12 - 18) 93   (76 - 114)
Wisconsin 302 (253 - 359) 34 (28 - 40) 56 (46 - 69) 246 (199 - 302)
Wyoming 29 (25 - 35) 4 (3 - 4) 6 (5 - 7) 24 (19 - 29)

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