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Location: Georgia
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Topic: Smoking during pregnancy
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Format: PRAMS Graph
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Smoking during pregnancy: Georgia, 2004-2011

Percent = 6.2
Lower CI= 4.4
Upper CI = 8.7
Percent = 8.3
Lower CI= 6.0
Upper CI = 11.4
Percent = 8.5
Lower CI= 6.1
Upper CI = 11.6
Percent = 8.1
Lower CI= 5.9
Upper CI = 11.0
Percent = 7.6
Lower CI= 5.2
Upper CI = 11.1
Percent = 9.3
Lower CI= 7.5
Upper CI = 11.4
Percent = 10.3
Lower CI= 8.4
Upper CI = 12.6
Percent = 10.5
Lower CI= 8.4
Upper CI = 12.9
Percent = 6.2
Lower CI= 4.4
Upper CI = 8.7
Percent = 8.3
Lower CI= 6.0
Upper CI = 11.4
Percent = 8.5
Lower CI= 6.1
Upper CI = 11.6
Percent = 8.1
Lower CI= 5.9
Upper CI = 11.0
Percent = 7.6
Lower CI= 5.2
Upper CI = 11.1
Percent = 9.3
Lower CI= 7.5
Upper CI = 11.4
Percent = 10.3
Lower CI= 8.4
Upper CI = 12.6
Percent = 10.5
Lower CI= 8.4
Upper CI = 12.9
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• In Georgia in 2011, 6.2% of mothers reported smoking during the last three months of pregnancy. 

Footnotes

  • Smoking during pregnancy: mother reported smoking during the last three months of pregnancy.

Source

  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System.
  • Retrieved February 27, 2015, from www.marchofdimes.org/peristats.