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Data and Confidence Limits for Prevalence of Infant Sleeping Position on Back, Utah and Other States, 2010

States Percentage of Respondents Lower Limit Upper Limit
Record Count: 27
Alaska 72.0% 68.4% 75.4%
Arkansas 67.4% 64.1% 70.6%
Colorado 85.6% 83.4% 87.6%
Delaware 73.7% 70.8% 76.3%
Georgia 65.0% 60.0% 69.7%
Hawaii 77.2% 74.3% 79.9%
Maine 82.1% 79.1% 84.7%
Maryland 73.7% 69.9% 77.2%
Massachucetts 78.9% 75.9% 81.7%
Michigan 77.3% 74.7% 79.7%
Minnesota 84.5% 82.3% 86.6%
Missouri 75.1% 72.3% 77.8%
Nebraska 82.1% 79.8% 84.1%
New Jersey 71.3% 68.6% 73.8%
New York 74.3% 70.5% 77.7%
Ohio 76.8% 73.5% 79.7%
Oklahoma 67.6% 63.8% 71.2%
Oregon 80.0% 77.1% 82.7%
Pennsylvania 80.1% 77.1% 82.9%
Rhode Island 77.1% 74.1% 79.8%
Texas 67.4% 64.5% 70.2%
Utah 81.3% 79.0% 83.4%
Vermont 85.3% 82.9% 87.3%
Washington 82.6% 79.9% 84.9%
West Virginia 76.0% 73.0% 78.7%
Wisconsin 83.7% 80.5% 86.5%
Wyoming 82.5% 79.5% 85.2%

Data Notes

New York data do not include New York City.

Data Sources

CPONDER - CDC's PRAMS On-line Data for Epidemiologic Research.

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Definition

Percentage of women who reported their newborn infants sleep on their backs.

How We Calculated the Rates

Numerator: Number of new mothers who reported that their newborn infant sleeps on his or her back.
Denominator: Number of Utah women with a live birth.

Date Indicator Content Last Updated: 06/20/2013


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Content updated: Tue, 19 Nov 2013 23:09:24 MST