TABLE 3

Full Influenza Vaccination Coverage Among Children 6 to 23 Months by State, NIS, provider report, United States, 2011–2012 Influenza Season

StateaFull Influenza Vaccination % ± 95% CIbStateFull Influenza Vaccination % ± 95% CIaStateFull Influenza Vaccination % ± 95% CIa
Massachusetts72.2 ± 6.1Colorado50.6 ± 7.2Florida39.1 ± 7.1
Connecticut71.1 ± 6.4New York50.4 ± 4.5Alaska38.9 ± 6.1
Rhode Island65.3 ± 6.7Arizona49.9 ± 7.0Kansas38.7 ± 6.2
Vermont64.9 ± 6.1New Mexico48.2 ± 6.5Tennessee38.6 ± 6.5
Delaware64.5 ± 6.7Illinois48.0 ± 4.7Utah38.3 ± 6.4
Minnesota63.6 ± 6.9Washington47.8 ± 7.2Texas36.7 ± 4.1
New Hampshire62.7 ± 6.3Michigan47.7 ± 7.0Iowa34.9 ± 6.9
South Dakota60.1 ± 6.8Virginia47.6 ± 8.6Kentucky34.5 ± 6.7
Hawaii57.7 ± 6.6Ohio45.7 ± 6.6Louisiana33.8 ± 6.3
Wisconsin57.5 ± 6.6North Carolina44.1 ± 6.7West Virginia33.5 ± 6.9
Pennsylvania56.7 ± 5.3Maryland44.0 ± 7.0Georgia33.2 ± 7.0
Nebraska56.6 ± 6.4Oregon43.7 ± 6.2Alabama32.9 ± 7.1
North Dakota56.2 ± 6.5California43.0 ± 6.8Wyoming32.2 ± 6.7
Maine55.4 ± 6.8Montana42.1 ± 6.8Oklahoma31.8 ± 6.3
New Jersey55.2 ± 6.3Indiana42.0 ± 6.7South Carolina31.6 ± 6.3
District of Columbia54.3 ± 7.1Idaho41.6 ± 7.2Arkansas26.6 ± 6.3
Missouri51.6 ± 7.4Nevada40.8 ± 6.2Mississippi23.6 ± 6.3
  • CI, confidence interval half-width.

  • a Ordered from highest to lowest full influenza vaccination coverage.

  • b Estimates obtained using Kaplan-Meier survival analysis methods.