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2000 Adult Behavioral Risk Factor Data

Oregon Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), 2000

Weighted Column Percents Unweighted Frequencies
Is the assistance you need to meet your routine care needs:?
(Weighted Column Percents)

Total Age Groups
18-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+
Usually adquate 79.4 54.0 66.2 86.4 80.1 84.2 78.7
Sometimes adequate 13.4 30.7 15.5 6.8 15.7 13.0 14.3
Rarely adequate 6.0 15.3 18.3 6.8 .5 2.9 5.2
Don't know/Not sure .8


1.0
1.8
Refused .5


2.6

Male Usually adquate 71.6
17.6 93.7 74.4 100.0 73.1
Sometimes adequate 17.8 60.0 35.3 3.2 20.5
23.1
Rarely adequate 8.6 40.0 47.1 3.2


Don't know/Not sure 1.0




3.8
Refused 1.0


5.1

Female Usually adquate 82.8 87.5 97.1 80.6 82.7 81.4 80.6
Sometimes adequate 11.5 12.5 2.9 9.7 13.5 15.3 11.4
Rarely adequate 4.8

9.7 .8 3.4 6.9
Don't know/Not sure .7


1.5
1.1
Refused .3


1.5

Denominator is:
All survey respondents who are limited in any activities because of impairment or a health problem and said that they require assistance from another person for routine care needs.

Is the assistance you need to meet your routine care needs:?
(Unweighted Frequencies)

Total Age Groups
18-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+
Total 243 7 22 44 53 39 78
Usually adquate 185 3 17 35 40 31 59
Sometimes adequate 39 3 3 5 9 7 12
Rarely adequate 14 1 2 4 1 1 5
Don't know/Not sure 3


1
2
Refused 2


2

Male Total 52 3 6 10 14 5 14
Usually adquate 35
2 8 10 5 10
Sometimes adequate 11 2 2 1 3
3
Rarely adequate 4 1 2 1


Don't know/Not sure 1




1
Refused 1


1

Female Total 191 4 16 34 39 34 64
Usually adquate 150 3 15 27 30 26 49
Sometimes adequate 28 1 1 4 6 7 9
Rarely adequate 10

3 1 1 5
Don't know/Not sure 2


1
1
Refused 1


1

Denominator is:
All survey respondents who are limited in any activities because of impairment or a health problem and said that they require assistance from another person for routine care needs.