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2000 Adult Behavioral Risk Factor Data

Oregon Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), 2000

Weighted Column Percents Unweighted Frequencies
In the past 12 months, has a health professional
explained to you about getting exercise?

(Weighted Column Percents)

Total Age Groups
18-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+
Yes, and you understand completely 83.4 100.0 100.0 83.1 78.3 91.7 79.5
Yes, but you are still confused about this? 2.2


3.8
3.4
No, No one has explained this to you 14.4

16.9 17.9 8.3 17.1
Male Yes, and you understand completely 89.4 100.0 100.0 97.1 83.6 96.1 86.2
Yes, but you are still confused about this? .4


1.3

No, No one has explained this to you 10.2

2.9 15.1 3.9 13.8
Female Yes, and you understand completely 77.1 100.0 100.0 63.8 68.4 88.1 74.0
Yes, but you are still confused about this? 4.0


8.5
6.3
No, No one has explained this to you 18.8

36.2 23.1 11.9 19.7
Denominator is:
All survey respondents who were told by their doctors that they had diabetes.

In the past 12 months, has a health professional
explained to you about getting exercise?

(Unweighted Frequencies)

Total Age Groups
18-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+
Total 333 7 9 31 71 90 125
Yes, and you understand completely 275 6 9 25 54 82 99
Yes, but you are still confused about this? 6


3
3
No, No one has explained this to you 48

5 13 8 22
Don't know/Not sure 2

1

1
Refused 2 1

1

Male Total 133 2 3 14 38 32 44
Yes, and you understand completely 116 2 3 12 31 31 37
Yes, but you are still confused about this? 1


1

No, No one has explained this to you 15

1 6 1 7
Don't know/Not sure 1

1


Female Total 200 5 6 17 33 58 81
Yes, and you understand completely 159 4 6 13 23 51 62
Yes, but you are still confused about this? 5


2
3
No, No one has explained this to you 33

4 7 7 15
Don't know/Not sure 1




1
Refused 2 1

1

Denominator is:
All survey respondents who were told by their doctors that they had diabetes.