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2002 North Carolina Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System Survey Results

HIV

What were your reasons for not having an HIV test during your most recent pregnancy? I HAD ALREADY BEEN TESTED AN DID NOT THINK I NEEDED TO BE TESTED AGAIN

Demographic
Groups
Total
Respond.#
NO YES
N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%)
Total 266 161 58.8 51.6-65.7 105 41.2 34.3-48.4
Age
< 20 years 17 12 76.9 41.0-94.1 5 23.1 5.9-59.0
20-24 years 64 42 61.5 46.2-74.7 22 38.5 25.3-53.8
25-34 years 143 81 55.9 46.3-65.1 62 44.1 34.9-53.7
35+ years 42 26 59.9 41.9-75.6 16 40.1 24.4-58.1
Race
White 203 120 57.6 49.5-65.2 83 42.4 34.8-50.5
Black 46 29 62.8 42.5-79.4 17 37.2 20.6-57.5
Other 17 12 67.7 36.6-88.4 5 32.3 11.6-63.4
Hispanic origin
Yes 18 13 84.9 56.1-96.1 5 15.1 3.9-43.9
No 248 148 57.2 49.7-64.3 100 42.8 35.7-50.3
Education
< High School 37 25 72.1 51.5-86.3 12 27.9 13.7-48.5
High School 66 49 68.6 53.8-80.4 17 31.4 19.6-46.2
> High School 163 87 51.7 42.7-60.6 76 48.3 39.4-57.3
Marital Status
Married 204 122 57.5 49.4-65.1 82 42.5 34.9-50.6
Other 62 39 64.4 47.6-78.2 23 35.6 21.8-52.4
Income
15,999 or less 59 39 61.6 44.6-76.1 20 38.4 23.9-55.4
16,000-24,999 16 10 62.8 31.9-85.9 6 37.2 14.1-68.1
25,000-39,999 42 28 65.6 47.6-80.0 14 34.4 20.0-52.4
40,000 or more 131 71 53.4 43.4-63.1 60 46.6 36.9-56.6
WIC recipient
No 183 104 56.2 47.6-64.4 79 43.8 35.6-52.4
Yes 77 52 63.4 49.3-75.5 25 36.6 24.5-50.7
Medicaid recipient
No 167 98 58.7 49.8-67.0 69 41.3 33.0-50.2
Yes 99 63 59.1 46.5-70.5 36 40.9 29.5-53.5
Infant's birth weight
Under 2500 grams 102 66 64.6 55.0-73.1 36 35.4 26.9-45.0
2500+ grams 164 95 58.4 50.8-65.7 69 41.6 34.3-49.2

#Use caution in interpreting cell sizes less than 50.
N = Cell Size, % = Percentage, C.I.(95%) = Confidence Interval (at 95 percent probability level).
The percentages shown are weighted percentages, designed to reflect the entire population of North Carolina women having a live birth.

This page was generated on 20JUL04

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