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Table 1 Comparison of estimated 4:3:1:3:3* vaccination coverage among children using three different measures, United States, National Immunization Survey, Q1/2002-Q4/2002†

From: Measurement of vaccination coverage at age 24 and 19–35 months: a case study of multiple imputation in public health

Level of analysis (percent of children aged 19–23 months at time of household interview, unweighted) Estimates for 4:3:1:3:3 Coverage (95% Confidence Interval)
  19–35 Month (n = 21,410) 24 Month (Complete case) (n = 14,910) 24 Month (Imputed)‡ (n = 21,410)
Overall (30.4%) 74.8 (73.8, 75.8) 72.9 (71.7, 74.1) 72.7 (71.6, 73.8)
Race/Ethnicity:    
   Hispanic (31.3%) 72.8 (70.4, 75.1) 72.4 (69.6, 75.2) 71.1 (68.6, 73.6)
   White, non-Hispanic (29.7%) 77.5 (76.4, 78.8) 75.3 (73.9, 76.7) 75.2 (74.0, 76.5)
   Black, non-Hispanic (31.6%) 67.5 (64.6, 70.5) 63.8 (60.0, 67.5) 65.1 (61.8, 68.3)
   All others, non-Hispanic (31.0%) 75.4 (70.8, 80.0) 74.4 (69.3, 79.5) 74.1 (69.3, 78.9)
Poverty Status:    
   Above poverty (30.2%) 77.0 (75.9, 78.2) 74.7 (73.3, 76.1) 74.9 (73.6, 76.2)
   Near poverty (28.4%) 67.6 (62.4, 72.8) 68.2 (62.7, 73.6) 65.9 (60.6, 71.2)
   Intermediate poverty (31.7%) 70.4 (67.1, 73.8) 68.1 (64.0, 72.2) 68.1 (64.6, 71.6)
   Severe poverty (31.2%) 67.7 (64.1, 71.4) 68.1 (63.8, 72.3) 66.4 (62.5, 70.3)
State:    
   Alabama (33.3%) 76.8 (71.5, 82.1) 72.6 (65.6, 79.6) 73.6 (67.9, 79.3)
   Alaska (31.3%) 75.3 (69.4, 81.2) 67.8 (60.2, 75.4) 68.1 (61.4, 74.8)
   Arizona (28.7%) 67.9 (63.2, 72.7) 68.8 (63.3, 74.4) 66.9 (61.7, 72.0)
   Arkansas (27.3%) 71.0 (64.9, 77.1) 69.9 (62.9, 76.9) 70.5 (64.0, 76.9)
   California (33.4%) 73.2 (69.4, 77.0) 73.4 (68.9, 77.9) 72.3 (68.2, 76.5)
   Colorado (26.3%) 62.8 (56.1, 69.4) 60.1 (52.3, 67.9) 58.7 (51.5, 66.0)
   Connecticut (27.3%) 81.9 (76.7, 87.1) 77.9 (71.6, 84.2) 78.3 (72.8, 83.8)
   Delaware (31.3%) 78.7 (73.2, 84.2) 78.2 (71.6, 84.8) 77.7 (71.7, 83.7)
   District of Columbia (27.4%) 69.7 (62.2, 77.2) 66.7 (58.2, 75.2) 67.3 (59.2, 75.5)
   Florida (30.2%) 74.5 (69.8, 79.2) 71.3 (65.4, 77.2) 71.1 (65.7, 76.4)
   Georgia (32.8%) 80.4 (76.1, 84.6) 80.3 (75.4, 85.2) 78.7 (74.3, 83.1)
   Hawaii (34.6%) 78.7 (73.2, 84.3) 73.4 (66.0, 80.8) 75.8 (69.6, 82.0)
   Idaho (31.0%) 69.4 (63.4, 75.3) 66.6 (59.1, 74.0) 67.5 (61.2, 73.8)
   Illinois (30.1%) 78.6 (74.3, 82.9) 76.8 (71.4, 82.1) 77.2 (72.7, 81.7)
   Indiana (29.8%) 76.0 (71.0, 81.0) 78.3 (72.7, 84.0) 75.1 (69.0, 81.2)
   Iowa (31.5%) 78.7 (73.2, 84.2) 77.5 (71.2, 83.9) 77.1 (71.3, 82.8)
   Kansas (32.0%) 66.8 (59.9, 73.7) 66.5 (58.5, 74.6) 65.8 (58.8, 72.9)
   Kentucky (29.8%) 72.3 (65.9, 78.7) 67.5 (59.6, 75.5) 69.6 (62.5, 76.7)
   Louisiana (29.6%) 66.8 (61.2, 72.5) 66.4 (60.1, 72.7) 66.3 (60.3, 72.3)
   Maine (29.8%) 80.7 (75.6, 85.8) 76.9 (70.3, 83.5) 76.8 (71.1, 82.5)
   Maryland (34.4%) 78.7 (73.1, 84.4) 76.3 (69.7, 82.9) 76.5 (70.4, 82.7)
   Massachusetts (28.5%) 86.2 (82.5, 90.0) 81.8 (76.4, 87.1) 82.8 (78.5, 87.1)
   Michigan (29.9%) 81.6 (77.2, 86.0) 75.8 (69.5, 82.0) 77.0 (71.8, 82.3)
   Minnesota (27.7%) 76.8 (70.3, 83.4) 78.5 (71.8, 85.2) 76.1 (69.2, 83.0)
   Mississippi (31.1%) 75.7 (69.2, 82.3) 74.4 (65.9, 82.9) 73.3 (65.9, 80.8)
   Missouri (28.8%) 73.0 (66.5, 79.6) 66.9 (58.8, 75.0) 69.2 (62.4, 76.1)
   Montana (29.7%) 66.6 (59.8, 73.5) 62.6 (54.2, 71.1) 63.6 (56.5, 70.7)
   Nebraska (24.8%) 78.2 (72.6, 83.8) 77.5 (71.0, 84.0) 75.8 (69.5, 82.1)
   Nevada (28.3%) 76.4 (70.3, 82.4) 74.4 (67.2, 81.6) 75.9 (69.5, 82.2)
   New Hampshire (28.8%) 83.5 (78.6, 88.5) 78.4 (72.0, 84.8) 80.9 (75.4, 86.4)
   New Jersey (30.1%) 76.1 (70.7, 81.6) 73.1 (65.8, 80.4) 73.0 (66.7, 79.3)
   New Mexico (30.9%) 64.6 (57.9, 71.4) 61.2 (52.6, 69.8) 61.2 (54.0, 68.4)
   New York (27.9%) 77.5 (73.2, 81.8) 77.9 (73.0, 82.9) 76.6 (72.1, 81.1)
   North Carolina (32.4%) 82.4 (76.9, 88.0) 80.3 (73.5, 87.2) 79.8 (73.7, 85.9)
   North Dakota (27.7%) 77.7 (71.0, 84.4) 73.5 (64.9, 82.1) 74.8 (67.7, 81.9)
   Ohio (29.5%) 75.0 (70.5, 79.6) 72.2 (66.9, 77.6) 71.9 (66.9, 76.8)
   Oklahoma (33.6%) 65.3 (57.9, 72.7) 63.1 (54.2, 72.0) 63.3 (55.4, 71.1)
   Oregon (33.9%) 70.0 (64.1, 75.9) 64.6 (56.9, 72.3) 65.5 (59.1, 71.8)
   Pennsylvania (29.6%) 74.7 (69.3, 80.2) 72.7 (65.9, 79.5) 74.7 (69.0, 80.3)
   Rhode Island (32.0%) 84.5 (78.9, 90.1) 78.2 (70.7, 85.6) 81.1 (75.2, 86.9)
   South Carolina (32.6%) 78.8 (72.3, 85.3) 77.2 (69.2, 85.1) 77.3 (70.4, 84.1)
   South Dakota (33.7%) 79.9 (73.5, 86.3) 77.2 (68.7, 85.7) 75.8 (68.6, 82.9)
   Tennessee (31.1%) 78.2 (74.1, 82.3) 75.8 (70.7, 80.9) 76.1 (71.5, 80.7)
   Texas (28.6%) 67.9 (62.8, 72.9) 65.2 (59.2, 71.2) 65.3 (60.1, 70.5)
   Utah (28.5%) 75.7 (69.9, 81.6) 73.8 (66.8, 80.7) 74.8 (68.6, 81.1)
   Vermont (30.6%) 80.9 (76.1, 85.6) 75.2 (69.0, 81.5) 75.4 (69.9, 80.9)
   Virginia (31.3%) 72.0 (65.8, 78.2) 68.6 (60.8, 76.3) 70.5 (63.9, 77.1)
   Washington (29.6%) 69.2 (64.2, 74.2) 64.8 (59.0, 70.7) 65.1 (59.9, 70.3)
   West Virginia (32.4%) 76.9 (70.6, 83.1) 75.8 (69.0, 82.6) 74.2 (67.4, 80.9)
   Wisconsin (30.6%) 80.3 (75.9, 84.6) 79.6 (75.1, 84.1) 78.1 (73.6, 82.6)
   Wyoming (30.6%) 73.3 (67.0, 79.7) 72.0 (64.4, 79.6) 70.5 (64.0, 77.1)
  1. * 4:3:1:3:3 Four or more doses of any diphtheria and tetanus toxoids and pertussis vaccines including diphtheria and tetanus toxoids, and any acellular pertussis vaccine (DTP/DTaP/DT), three or more doses of poliovirus vaccine, one or more doses of any measles containing vaccine (MCV), three or more doses of Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib), and three or more doses of hepatitis B vaccine. † Children in the Q1/2002-Q4/2002 National Immunization Survey were born between February 1999 and June 2001; n = 21,410. ‡ 10 imputations were performed.