Part 1 1) Vermont had the highest percent of low-income children aged 2 to less than 5 years who are obese. The percentage value of low-income children aged 2 to less than 5 years who are obese...

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Part 1


1) Vermont had the highest
percent
of low-income children aged 2 to less than 5 years who are obese. The percentage value of low-income children aged 2 to less than 5 years who are obese corresponding to Vermont is .21%.





2) Texas had the highest sample size being 447015.





3) Total sample size for all in United States = 3,480,880.


Sample size by tribes in
United
States = 14,104.



Percent of the total sample size was represented by tribes in the United States = .41%.





Part 2


1) States, Territories, and Tribes are illustrated on this map.





2) Vermont had the highest
percent
of low-income children aged 2 to less than 5 years who are obese. Texas has the lowest
percent
of low-income children aged 2 to less than 5 years who are obese.









Part 1
1) Vermont had the highest percent of low-income children aged 2 to less than 5 years who are obese. The percentage value of low-income children aged 2 to less than 5 years who are obese corresponding to Vermont is .21%.
2) Texas had the highest sample size being 447015.
3) Total sample size for all in United States = 3,480,880.

Sample size by tribes in United States = 14,104.

Percent of the total sample size was represented by tribes in the United States = .41%.
Part 2
1) States, Territories, and Tribes are illustrated on this map.
2) Vermont had the highest percent of low-income children aged 2 to less than 5 years who are obese. Texas has the lowest percent of low-income children aged 2 to less than 5 years who are obese.


Percent of adults aged 18 years and older who have obesity †
Percent of adults aged 18 years and older who have obesity †
I want to analyze the percentage of adults aged 18 years and older who have obesity. Category is physical activity with topic as physical activity behavior. Indicator is used as adults who usually walk or bike to work.

Data

Value95% CI

National3.43.4 - 3.4

Alabama1.21.2 - 1.3

Alaska8.88.4 - 9.1

Arizona32.9 - 3.1

Arkansas1.91.8 - 2.0

California3.83.8 - 3.9

Colorado4.34.2 - 4.4

Connecticut3.43.2 - 3.5

Delaware2.52.3 - 2.7

District of Columbia16.916.3 - 17.5

Florida2.22.1 - 2.2

Georgia1.81.7 - 1.9

Hawaii5.65.4 - 5.8

Idaho43.7 - 4.2

Illinois3.73.6 - 3.8

Indiana2.62.5 - 2.7

Iowa4.13.9 - 4.2

Value95% CI

Kansas2.72.6 - 2.8

Kentucky2.62.5 - 2.7

Louisiana2.42.3 - 2.5

Maine4.44.2 - 4.6

Maryland2.72.6 - 2.8

Massachusetts5.65.5 - 5.7

Michigan2.72.6 - 2.7

Minnesota3.63.6 - 3.7

Mississippi1.71.6 - 1.8

Missouri2.22.1 - 2.3

Montana6.36.0 - 6.6

Nebraska3.33.2 - 3.4

Nevada2.62.5 - 2.7

New Hampshire3.12.9 - 3.3

New Jersey3.43.3 - 3.5

New Mexico32.8 - 3.2

New York76.9 - 7.1

Value95% CI

North Carolina22.0 - 2.1

North Dakota4.34.1 - 4.6

Ohio2.62.5 - 2.7

Oklahoma21.9 - 2.1

Oregon6.46.3 - 6.6

Pennsylvania4.44.3 - 4.4

Rhode Island4.13.9 - 4.3

South Carolina2.62.5 - 2.6

South Dakota4.54.3 - 4.8

Tennessee1.51.4 - 1.5

Texas1.91.8 - 1.9

Utah3.43.2 - 3.5

Vermont6.66.2 - 6.9

Virginia2.72.6 - 2.8

Washington4.44.3 - 4.5

West Virginia2.92.8 - 3.1

Wisconsin4.14.0 - 4.2

Wyoming4.74.4 - 5.1

Puerto Rico3.63.4 - 3.8
Alabama has the lowest value of percentage of adults aged 18 years and older who have obesity being 1.2. District of Columbia has highest value of adults aged 18 years and older who have obesity being 16.9. I am 95% confident that estimated population proportion of adults aged 18 years and older who have obesity in Alabama and District of Columbia lies in the interval [1.2 - 1.3] and [16.3 - 17.5]
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Region Map
Sorted Data

Value95% CI

Alabama1.21.2 - 1.3

Tennessee1.51.4 - 1.5

Mississippi1.71.6 - 1.8

Georgia1.81.7 - 1.9

Arkansas1.91.8 - 2.0

Texas1.91.8 - 1.9

North Carolina22.0 - 2.1

Oklahoma21.9 - 2.1

Florida2.22.1 - 2.2

Missouri2.22.1 - 2.3

Louisiana2.42.3 - 2.5

Delaware2.52.3 - 2.7

Indiana2.62.5 - 2.7

Kentucky2.62.5 - 2.7

Nevada2.62.5 - 2.7

Ohio2.62.5 - 2.7

South Carolina2.62.5 - 2.6

Value95% CI

Kansas2.72.6 - 2.8

Maryland2.72.6 - 2.8

Michigan2.72.6 - 2.7

Virginia2.72.6 - 2.8

West Virginia2.92.8 - 3.1

Arizona32.9 - 3.1

New Mexico32.8 - 3.2

New Hampshire3.12.9 - 3.3

Nebraska3.33.2 - 3.4

National3.43.4 - 3.4

Connecticut3.43.2 - 3.5

New Jersey3.43.3 - 3.5

Utah3.43.2 - 3.5

Minnesota3.63.6 - 3.7

Puerto Rico3.63.4 - 3.8

Illinois3.73.6 - 3.8

California3.83.8 - 3.9

Value95% CI

Idaho43.7 - 4.2

Iowa4.13.9 - 4.2

Rhode Island4.13.9 - 4.3

Wisconsin4.14.0 - 4.2

Colorado4.34.2 - 4.4

North Dakota4.34.1 - 4.6

Maine4.44.2 - 4.6

Pennsylvania4.44.3 - 4.4

Washington4.44.3 - 4.5

South Dakota4.54.3 - 4.8

Wyoming4.74.4 - 5.1

Hawaii5.65.4 - 5.8

Massachusetts5.65.5 - 5.7

Montana6.36.0 - 6.6

Oregon6.46.3 - 6.6

Vermont6.66.2 - 6.9

New York76.9 - 7.1

Alaska8.88.4 - 9.1

District of Columbia16.916.3 - 17.5
Alabama has the lowest value of percentage of adults aged 18 years and older who have obesity being 1.2. District of Columbia has highest value of adults aged 18 years and older who have obesity being 16.9. I am 95% confident that estimated population proportion of adults aged 18 years and older who have obesity in Alabama and District of Columbia lies in the interval [1.2 - 1.3] and [16.3 - 17.5]
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Analysis
Alabama has the lowest value of percentage of adults aged 18 years and older who have obesity being 1.2. District of Columbia has highest value of adults aged 18 years and older who have obesity being 16.9. I am 95% confident that estimated population proportion of adults aged 18 years and older who have obesity in Alabama and District of Columbia lies in the interval [1.2 - 1.3] and [16.3 - 17.5]
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Reference
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Division of Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity. Data, Trend and Maps. Retrieved Oct 08, 2017 from  https://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dnpao/data-trends-maps/index.html
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Percent of low income children aged 2 years to 5 years who have obesity †
The presentation analyses the percentage of low income children of different states who have obesity
10/13/17
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Data (Part 1)
                    
    Ge
ography location    Location     Value     Sample Size    Percentage (%)
    National    National    14.4    3,480,880    0.0004%
    Territories    Puerto Rico    18    89,879    0.0200%
        Virgin Islands    11.1    2,578    0.4306%
    Tribes    Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe-SD    20.7    406    5.0985%
        Choctaw-MS    21.2    471    4.5011%
        Inter Tribal Council of Arizona    24    6,146    0.3905%
        Navajo Nation    18.4    5,749    0.3201%
        Rosebud Sioux Tribe–SD    22.5    710    3.1690%
        Standing Rock Sioux Tribe–ND    23    465    4.9462%
        Three Affiliated Tribes–ND    31.8    157    20.2548%
10/13/17
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Footnotes †Obese is defined as body mass index (BMI)-for-age and sex = 95th percentile based on the 2000 CDC growth chart; BMI was calculated from measured weight and height (weight [kg]/ height [m²]). Subjects with unknown or errors in their record were excluded.^Data not available because sample size is insufficient or data not reported. Notes Low-income is defined as U.S. children who attend federally-funded maternal and child health and nutrition programs, including the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis, and Title V Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Program. National includes all contributors in a given year. Contributors can change from year to year. Estimates for states, tribes, or territories are not available in a given year if the group did not particpate in the system, did not ask the relevant question, or the sample size is not sufficient in that year. 2004-2011 trends by race/ethnicity are affected by the juncture at which contributors implemented the 1997 Office of Management and Budget standards for race/ethnicity data collection and reporting. These standards permitted the reporting of multiple races for the first time and affected how ethnicity data (Hispanic/non Hispanic) were reported. Data Source Pediatric Nutrition Surveillance System
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Data (Geographical Location: States)
    Location     Value     Sample Size    Percentage (%)
    Alabama    14.2    67,403    0.0211%
    Arizona    14.5    86,763    0.0167%
    Arkansas    14.2    42,626    0.0333%
    California    16.8    262,637    0.0064%
    Colorado    10    27,529    0.0363%
    Connecticut    15.9    27,793    0.0572%
    District of...
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