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Oregon 2002 -2005 BRFSS Data - Behavior Risk Survey Topics by County

Selected Topics by County 2002-2005

Current Use of Birth Control, Oregon, 2002-2005
Current use of birth control among males 18 to 59 years old and females 18 to 44 years old. Excludes those who are currently pregnant, those whose partners are currently pregnant, those who are not sexually active, those who have same-sex partners, or those who have been sterilized or have had hysterectomies.
Source: Oregon Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System
    95% Confidence  
Males, ages 18 to 59 & PERCENT Interval Small Number Interviews
Females, ages 18 to 44 weighted % L. limit % U. limit % # unweighed N unweighted N
STATEWIDE 83.9 82.9 84.9   6440 7627
BAKER 79.5 59.0 91.3 ** 25 32
BENTON 84.1 78.4 88.5   200 241
CLACKAMAS 87.1 84.0 89.7   563 646
CLATSOP 79.9 69.5 87.4   69 87
COLUMBIA 82.7 72.7 89.6   98 119
COOS 84.4 74.9 90.8   93 108
CROOK 87.1 69.3 95.3 ** 31 36
CURRY 94.9 77.0 99.0 ** 32 34
DESCHUTES 84.9 79.9 88.8   244 289
DOUGLAS 82.9 76.5 87.9   199 237
GILLIAM/WHEELER - - - ** ** 7
GRANT 87.7 61.3 97.0 ** 17 19
HARNEY 93.2 74.1 98.5 ** 10 12
HOOD RIVER 79.7 55.1 92.6 ** 40 46
JACKSON 87.0 83.1 90.0   353 411
JEFFERSON 84.8 67.7 93.7 ** 32 38
JOSEPHINE 88.6 81.9 93.1   132 150
KLAMATH 81.6 72.7 88.0   111 135
LAKE 76.5 49.3 91.6 ** 13 17
LANE 84.2 79.4 88.1   607 708
LINCOLN 81.5 69.9 89.4   64 77
LINN 83.8 78.2 88.1   227 268
MALHEUR 79.4 65.4 88.7   53 65
MARION 82.6 78.6 85.9   471 562
MORROW 100.0 - - ** 26 26
MULTNOMAH 82.6 80.2 84.7   1262 1508
POLK 82.9 74.7 88.8   124 151
TILLAMOOK 92.3 82.2 96.9   54 59
UMATILLA 82.1 74.2 88.0   154 183
UNION 87.0 77.2 93.0   66 78
WALLOWA 89.3 69.0 96.9 ** 18 21
WASCO/SHERMAN 72.9 56.6 84.7   38 50
WASHINGTON 82.7 79.9 85.3   850 1025
YAMHILL 86.0 79.0 90.9   157 182
** % based on less than 50 respondents may not accurately reflect behavior of the entire county. Data is not reported for counties with less than 10 respondents.