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Oregon BRFSS Data

Selected Topics by County 2002-2005

Alcohol Consumption, Adult Males, Oregon, 2002-2005 (Age Adjusted)
Alcohol Consumption: Have had at least one drink of alcohol within the past 30 days.
Source: Oregon Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System
      95% Confidence  
Males PERCENT   Interval Small Number Interviews
18 years & older weighted % S.S.* L. limit % U. limit % # unweighted N unweighted N
STATEWIDE 65.9   64.5 67.2   6,170 9468
BAKER 58.5   42.3 73.0   44 69
BENTON 71.1   63.7 77.5   182 270
CLACKAMAS 66.1   61.5 70.5   539 818
CLATSOP 64.8   54.4 73.9   71 128
COLUMBIA 66.7   56.3 75.7   99 151
COOS 58.3   47.9 68.0   122 211
CROOK 78.5   65.2 87.7 ** 45 69
CURRY 81.8   68.9 90.1 ** 60 81
DESCHUTES 74.2   66.0 81.1   296 387
DOUGLAS 50.4 s- 42.3 58.4   160 302
GILLIAM/WHEELER 36.3       ** 5 15
GRANT 58.2   39.9 74.5 ** 17 24
HARNEY 70.2   47.2 86.2 ** 23 33
HOOD RIVER 72.9   55.8 85.2 ** 36 50
JACKSON 62.6   56.4 68.4   340 536
JEFFERSON 60.4   45.2 73.8 ** 33 54
JOSEPHINE 61.8   52.7 70.1   143 248
KLAMATH 72.5   65.1 78.8   135 219
LAKE 46.6   26.5 67.9 ** 19 35
LANE 66.6   62.5 70.5   579 918
LINCOLN 77.2 s+ 68.8 83.9   112 155
LINN 59.6   52.0 66.9   179 306
MALHEUR 47.0 s- 32.8 61.6   44 80
MARION 60.7   55.6 65.6   416 671
MORROW 66.0   44.4 82.6 ** 19 30
MULTNOMAH 70.1   67.0 72.9   1,158 1607
POLK 55.3   43.5 66.5   99 169
TILLAMOOK 68.5   54.2 80.0 ** 52 85
UMATILLA 62.3   52.9 70.9   123 199
UNION 67.3   53.9 78.3   51 77
WALLOWA 61.8   42.4 78.0 ** 26 45
WASCO/SHERMAN 68.1   55.5 78.5   59 91
WASHINGTON 68.1   64.3 71.6   765 1127
YAMHILL 60.0   50.6 68.8   119 208
* S.S. = Statistical Significance: s+ indicates that the county estimate is greater than the statewide rate; s-, less than the statewide rate; a blank, not different from the statewide rate.
** % based on less than 50 respondents total or fewer than 12 in any one of the three age groups may not accurately reflect behavior of the entire county.
NOTE: Age-adjustment is based on three age groups:18-34; 35-54; and 55+, per the U.S. Standard Million Population.