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2005 North Carolina Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System Survey Results

REPRODUCTIVE HISTORY

Would you say that, in general, your health is

Demographic
Groups
Total
Respond.#
EXCELLENT VERY GOOD GOOD FAIR POOR
N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%)
Total 1026 224 22.9 19.8-26.2 379 37.3 33.7-41.1 331 32.5 29.0-36.3 84 6.7 5.0- 8.9 8 0.6 0.3- 1.7
Age
< 20 years 99 16 20.0 11.5-32.3 32 29.7 19.5-42.4 38 42.6 30.7-55.5 12 7.5 3.3-16.1 1 0.2 0.0- 1.6
20-24 years 255 41 20.2 14.5-27.3 83 30.2 23.5-37.9 97 37.9 30.6-45.9 34 11.7 7.5-17.8 0 0.0 . - .
25-34 years 515 121 23.3 19.1-28.0 203 40.6 35.5-45.9 154 29.9 25.3-35.0 33 5.3 3.3- 8.4 4 0.9 0.3- 3.0
35+ years 157 46 28.4 20.5-37.9 61 43.5 34.1-53.5 42 24.9 17.3-34.6 5 1.9 0.4- 7.7 3 1.3 0.3- 5.9
Race
White 735 179 25.9 22.3-29.9 283 36.7 32.6-41.0 213 30.4 26.5-34.7 57 6.5 4.6- 9.1 3 0.5 0.1- 1.8
Black 251 41 13.9 9.0-20.8 80 38.4 30.3-47.2 100 38.1 30.2-46.8 25 8.2 4.6-14.2 5 1.4 0.4- 5.3
Other 40 4 11.0 3.1-32.3 16 43.9 26.0-63.5 18 43.9 25.9-63.6 2 1.3 0.3- 5.0 0 0.0 . - .
Hispanic origin
Yes 133 29 24.4 16.8-34.0 25 14.2 8.6-22.5 52 43.7 34.1-53.9 26 16.5 10.3-25.4 1 1.2 0.2- 7.8
No 893 195 22.6 19.3-26.2 354 41.9 37.9-46.1 279 30.3 26.6-34.3 58 4.7 3.2- 6.8 7 0.5 0.2- 1.6
Education
< High School 205 28 17.8 12.1-25.4 49 22.7 16.4-30.5 87 45.7 37.4-54.2 38 12.8 8.3-19.3 3 1.0 0.2- 4.8
High School 293 51 20.6 15.1-27.5 90 32.8 26.1-40.4 122 38.6 31.5-46.3 26 6.8 3.9-11.7 4 1.1 0.2- 4.6
> High School 526 145 26.5 22.2-31.3 238 45.9 40.7-51.1 122 23.6 19.4-28.4 20 3.7 2.1- 6.5 1 0.3 0.0- 1.9
Marital Status
Married 650 172 27.8 23.8-32.1 259 40.9 36.4-45.6 176 27.6 23.6-31.9 41 3.5 2.2- 5.5 2 0.2 0.0- 1.5
Other 376 52 14.3 10.2-19.8 120 31.0 25.1-37.6 155 41.2 34.7-47.9 43 12.1 8.4-17.3 6 1.3 0.4- 4.0
Income
14,999 or less 297 45 16.1 11.3-22.4 89 29.9 23.6-37.1 121 39.2 32.2-46.7 37 13.2 8.9-19.2 5 1.6 0.5- 5.1
15,000-24,999 157 27 17.8 11.3-26.9 49 33.4 24.3-43.8 59 37.4 28.0-47.8 21 11.3 6.3-19.5 1 0.2 0.0- 1.2
25,000-49,999 179 31 17.5 11.9-25.0 78 46.4 37.8-55.2 62 34.1 26.3-42.8 7 1.3 0.4- 4.2 1 0.8 0.1- 5.2
50,000 or more 294 103 36.1 29.7-42.9 140 47.6 40.8-54.5 50 16.3 11.9-22.0 1 0.1 0.0- 0.4 0 0.0 . - .
WIC recipient
No 554 158 28.6 24.3-33.3 233 42.0 37.2-47.1 135 25.5 21.3-30.2 25 3.6 2.1- 6.1 3 0.4 0.1- 1.5
Yes 456 65 16.4 12.4-21.5 143 32.1 26.8-38.0 187 39.9 34.2-45.9 56 10.5 7.4-14.8 5 1.0 0.3- 3.4
Medicaid recipient
No 474 142 30.6 25.9-35.8 207 44.5 39.2-50.0 108 23.3 19.0-28.2 16 1.3 0.5- 2.9 1 0.3 0.0- 2.1
Yes 552 82 16.2 12.5-20.6 172 31.1 26.3-36.3 223 40.5 35.3-45.9 68 11.3 8.3-15.2 7 0.9 0.3- 2.8
Infant's birth weight
Under 2500 grams 465 88 17.9 14.8-21.5 163 34.1 30.0-38.5 156 34.2 30.0-38.6 53 12.4 9.6-15.8 5 1.4 0.6- 3.3
2500+ grams 561 136 23.3 20.0-27.0 216 37.6 33.7-41.7 175 32.4 28.6-36.4 31 6.1 4.4- 8.6 3 0.6 0.2- 1.8

~Due to low response rates in the later part of the year, the 2005 PRAMS tables only comprise data for January through August births.

#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.

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