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2010 North Carolina Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System Survey Results

Preconception Health Indicators Women 18-44

Since your new baby was born, how often have you felt down, depressed, or sad?

Demographic
Groups
Total
Respond.#
NEVER RARELY SOMETIMES OFTEN ALWAYS
N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%)
Total 915 228 24.6 21.5-27.9 268 30.0 26.7-33.6 275 29.5 26.2-33.0 122 14.2 11.7-17.1 22 1.7 1.0- 2.9
Age
18-19 years 48 7 14.0 5.8-30.4 12 26.9 14.6-44.1 13 25.2 14.0-40.9 12 31.9 18.3-49.4 4 2.0 0.7- 5.4
20-24 years 221 57 25.5 19.5-32.7 53 23.9 18.0-31.1 73 32.3 25.7-39.8 36 17.5 12.4-24.1 2 0.7 0.1- 3.9
25-34 years 495 128 25.1 21.0-29.7 153 32.3 27.7-37.2 141 28.9 24.5-33.7 65 12.3 9.3-16.0 8 1.5 0.6- 3.3
35-44 years 151 36 25.6 18.3-34.5 50 34.6 26.2-44.0 48 28.3 20.7-37.3 9 7.2 3.6-13.9 8 4.4 1.9-10.1
Race
White 650 154 24.2 20.6-28.1 204 31.9 27.9-36.1 201 30.6 26.7-34.8 79 12.0 9.3-15.2 12 1.4 0.7- 2.9
Black 189 52 23.8 17.5-31.6 42 24.5 17.9-32.7 57 29.7 22.6-37.9 30 19.5 13.4-27.5 8 2.5 1.0- 6.1
Other 69 19 27.4 17.2-40.7 20 27.5 17.1-41.1 15 21.2 11.8-35.1 13 21.5 12.3-34.7 2 2.4 0.4-12.6
Hispanic origin
Yes 98 34 35.8 25.8-47.3 17 20.0 12.0-31.3 33 30.5 21.1-41.8 13 12.8 7.0-22.2 1 0.9 0.1- 6.4
No 815 194 23.0 19.9-26.5 250 31.5 27.9-35.3 241 29.2 25.8-33.0 109 14.5 11.8-17.6 21 1.8 1.1- 3.2
Education
< High School 114 31 25.8 17.3-36.8 29 34.4 24.3-46.1 32 22.4 14.5-33.1 18 16.5 9.4-27.3 4 0.8 0.3- 2.1
High School 237 58 22.4 17.0-29.0 51 22.9 17.4-29.6 80 33.9 27.4-41.1 40 18.4 13.4-24.7 8 2.3 1.0- 5.6
> High School 561 138 25.4 21.6-29.7 187 32.3 28.1-36.7 162 29.0 25.0-33.5 64 11.6 8.9-15.0 10 1.7 0.8- 3.5
Marital Status
Married 602 148 26.1 22.3-30.3 206 34.0 29.8-38.4 162 26.4 22.6-30.6 74 12.1 9.4-15.4 12 1.4 0.7- 2.9
Other 313 80 22.3 17.4-28.0 62 23.9 18.6-30.1 113 34.2 28.4-40.5 48 17.5 13.0-23.1 10 2.2 1.0- 4.7
Income
14,999 or less 232 57 22.2 16.5-29.1 41 22.6 16.6-30.0 92 38.7 31.6-46.3 36 14.9 10.3-21.0 6 1.6 0.6- 4.6
15,000-24,999 131 33 23.4 16.2-32.7 35 30.7 22.3-40.7 39 27.8 19.9-37.3 19 14.7 9.0-23.2 5 3.3 1.2- 8.9
25,000-49,999 193 53 29.1 22.4-36.9 62 31.1 24.1-38.9 47 22.9 16.9-30.2 28 15.5 10.3-22.5 3 1.4 0.4- 5.2
50,000 or more 317 74 24.4 19.5-30.0 118 35.9 30.2-42.0 88 28.0 22.7-33.8 31 11.0 7.5-15.9 6 0.8 0.3- 2.2
WIC recipient
No 519 127 24.8 20.9-29.2 177 33.4 29.0-38.2 145 27.9 23.7-32.6 58 12.2 9.2-15.9 12 1.7 0.8- 3.4
Yes 392 99 24.1 19.5-29.3 91 26.8 21.9-32.3 129 31.3 26.3-36.8 63 16.1 12.2-20.8 10 1.8 0.8- 3.8
Medicaid recipient
No 475 116 25.3 21.1-30.0 170 35.5 30.7-40.5 129 26.5 22.2-31.3 51 11.3 8.4-15.1 9 1.4 0.6- 3.3
Yes 440 112 23.9 19.6-28.9 98 25.1 20.5-30.2 146 32.2 27.4-37.4 71 16.8 13.1-21.4 13 2.0 1.0- 3.9
Infant's birth weight
Under 2500 grams 302 76 26.5 21.8-32.0 78 23.2 18.8-28.1 96 32.9 27.7-38.5 39 12.9 9.6-17.3 13 4.5 2.6- 7.6
2500+ grams 613 152 24.4 21.1-28.0 190 30.6 27.0-34.5 179 29.2 25.6-33.0 83 14.3 11.6-17.5 9 1.5 0.8- 2.8

#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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