Measles vaccine rates across the USA in 2013

The Centers for Disease Control estimated that roughly 91.9% of U.S. children ages 18 months to 35 months had at least one dose of the Measles-Mumps-Rubella vaccine in 2013, but that rate varies greatly from state to state and county to county.

The CDC state-level estimates are based on a survey of 30,000 children and have a margin of error ranging from 7% in Virginia to 2.3% in New York.

The following list shows the percentage of children vaccinated in each state and the District of Columbia in 2013. The margin of error is in parentheses.

Measles-Mumps-Rubella 2013 vaccines

Colorado 86.0% (5.5)

Ohio 86.0% (5.2)

West Virginia 86.0% (5.8)

Montana 87.3% (5.2)

Louisiana 88.1% (5.1)

Arkansas 88.3% (5.9)

Virginia 88.6% (7)

Wyoming 89.0% (5.4)

New Mexico 89.1% (4.6)

Michigan 89.2% (5.1)

South Carolina 89.2% (5.3)

Kansas 89.4% (4.7)

Oregon 89.4% (4.4)

Kentucky89.5% (5.1)

Alabama 89.7% (5.8)

Missouri 89.8% (5.3)

Oklahoma 89.8% (3.8)

Nevada 90.4% (3.5)

Alaska 90.5% (3.6)

California 90.7% (5.3)

Minnesota 90.8% (5.5)

Maine 91.0% (4.5)

Idaho 91.1% (4.3)

Vermont 91.2% (4)

Arizona 91.4% (3.7)

Connecticut 91.4% (5.4)

Illinois 91.4% (3.1)

North Dakota 91.4% (3.8)

Indiana 92.0% (3.6)

Tennessee 92.3% (4.4)

Nebraska 92.5% (4.1)

Utah 92.6% (3.6)

Texas 92.7% (2.8)

Hawaii 92.8% (3.8)

South Dakota 93.1% (4.4)

Wisconsin 93.2% (4.2)

Pennsylvania 93.3% (3.2)

Florida 93.4% (4)

Washington 93.5% (3.9)

Georgia 93.9% (4.1)

Iowa 94.5% (3.9)

Delaware 94.8% (3.4)

Mississippi 95.2% (3)

Maryland 95.3% (4.4)

New York 95.5% (2.3)

New Jersey95.6% (3.3)

Rhode Island 95.6% (3.3)

Massachusetts 95.8% (3.6)

North Carolina 96.0% (3.3)

District of Columbia 96.2% (3.1)

New Hampshire 96.3% (2.6)


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