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The Wyoming BRFSS (Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System is an ongoing statewide telephone survey of adults age 18 and older. The purpose of the survey is to gather information on the prevalence of health behaviors and conditions which are known to contribute to or increase the risk of chronic disease, acute illness, injury, disability and premature death. Wyoming is one of 50 states and several territories funded and supported through the National Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to conduct BRFSS

Additional background and technical information can be found on the CDC BRFSS website:

Recent updates to Wyoming Data tables:

  • 7/29/11  Results from the 2010 survey.  New indicators in 2010 include shingles vaccination ever for adults age 60 and older and tetanus vaccination in past 10 years among all adults.
  • 7/29/11 Trend charts for recurring BRFSS indicators now updated through 2010.

Click the following link and use the simple pull-down menus to find the data you need.  Interactive Data Tables