COPD State Prevalence Cards

What Do Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Rates Look Like in Your State?

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is a progressive disease that makes it hard to breathe. COPD is the third leading cause of death and fourth cause of disability in the U.S. Check out the graphics below to see what the prevalence is in your state and share them on Facebook and Twitter so others can learn more about the disease and the COPD National Action Plan. You can also find graphics below to promote the new Action Plan.

CNAP General State Sharable Card

Alabama

371,800 people in Alabama have COPD.


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Alaska

“22,600

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Arizona

301,900 people in Arizona have COPD.

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Arkansas

206,800 people in Arkansas have COPD.

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California

1,201,000 people in California have COPD.

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Colorado

176,400 people in Colorado have COPD.

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Connecticut

130,000 people in Connecticut have COPD.

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Delaware

46,700 people in Delaware have COPD.

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District of Columbia

32,700 people in the District of Columbia have COPD.

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Florida

970,000 people in Florida have COPD.

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Georgia

516,600 people in Georgia have COPD.

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Hawaii

46,000 people in Hawaii have COPD.

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Idaho

55,000 people in Idaho have COPD.

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Illinois

534,700 people in Illinois have COPD.

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Indiana

373,000 people in Indiana have COPD.

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Iowa

124,500 people in Iowa have COPD.

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Kansas

127,100 people in Kansas have COPD.

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Kentucky

382,300 people in Kentucky have COPD.

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Louisiana

252,500 people in Louisiana have COPD.

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Maine

75,100 people in Maine have COPD.

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Maryland

270,200 people in Maryland have COPD.

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Massachusetts

286,600 people in Massachusetts have COPD.

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Michigan

532,400 people in Michigan have COPD.

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Minnesota

176,600 people in Minnesota have COPD.

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Mississippi

163,100 people in Mississippi have COPD.

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Missouri

370,700 people in Missouri have COPD.

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Montana

40,300 people in Montana have COPD.

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Nebraska

71,300 people in Nebraska have COPD.

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New Hampshire

65,100 people in New Hampshire have COPD.

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New Jersey

320,100 people in New Jersey have COPD.

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New Mexico

87,400 people in New Mexico have COPD.

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New York

826,000 people in New York have COPD.

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North Carolina

542,700 people in North Carolina have COPD.

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North Dakota

28,000 people in North Dakota have COPD.

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Ohio

628,000 people in Ohio have COPD.

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Oklahoma

242,000 people in Oklahoma have COPD.

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Oregon

161,500 people in Oregon have COPD.

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Pennsylvania

627,000 people in Pennsylvania have COPD.

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Rhode Island

48,200 people in Rhode Island have COPD.

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South Carolina

255,000 people in South Carolina have COPD.

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South Dakota

33,652 people in South Dakota have COPD.

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Tennessee

454,100 people in Tennessee have COPD.

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Texas

1,033,100 people in Texas have COPD.

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Utah

79,200 people in Utah have COPD.

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Vermont

28,300 people in Vermont have COPD.

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Virginia

358,200 people in Virginia have COPD.

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Washington

322,400 people in Washington have COPD.

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West Virginia

175,700 people in West Virginia have COPD.

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Wisconsin

188,000 people in Wisconsin have COPD.

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Wyoming

30,400 people in Wyoming have COPD.

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COPD National Action Plan Social Media Promotion Cards

 

Families Working together to reduce the burden of COPD. Visit COPD.nih.gov

 

 

Health professional working together to reduce the burden of COPD. Visit COPD.nih.gov

 

 

Reducing the burden of COPD for millions of Americans. Visit COPD.nih.gov

 

 

Researchers working together to reduce the burden of COPD. Visit COPD.nih.gov

 

Last Updated: May 15, 2017