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Oregon BRFSS Data

Selected Topics by County 2002-2005

Adults in Good General Health Oregon, 2002-2005 (Age Adjusted)
Good general health: Reported that their health in general was "excellent", "very good", or "good" when asked on a five-point scale ("excellent", "very good", "good", "fair", and "poor").
Source: Oregon Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System
      95% Confidence  
Males & Females PERCENT   Interval Small Number Interviews
18 years & older weighted % S.S.* L. limit % U. limit % # unweighted N unweighted N
STATEWIDE 84.3   83.9 84.8   31,189 37457
BAKER 82.2   76.1 87.0   206 260
BENTON 89.5 s+ 87.0 91.6   883 996
CLACKAMAS 87.5 s+ 85.9 88.9   2,968 3429
CLATSOP 84.6   80.2 88.2   395 475
COLUMBIA 84.9   81.0 88.2   431 525
COOS 79.9 s- 76.3 83.1   628 817
CROOK 80.9   72.0 87.5   198 251
CURRY 79.9   73.3 85.2   233 299
DESCHUTES 87.9 s+ 85.8 89.7   1,244 1446
DOUGLAS 79.3 s- 76.1 82.1   1,026 1316
GILLIAM/WHEELER 83.8   71.9 91.3 ** 41 54
GRANT 90.0   82.0 94.6   91 107
HARNEY 81.2   72.1 87.8   87 116
HOOD RIVER 83.7   75.2 89.7   182 214
JACKSON 85.8   83.9 87.4   1,792 2150
JEFFERSON 79.3   72.0 85.1   172 215
JOSEPHINE 81.9   78.1 85.1   733 944
KLAMATH 82.9   79.5 85.8   628 797
LAKE 84.0   76.1 89.6   96 123
LANE 83.9   82.1 85.6   3,118 3740
LINCOLN 78.1 s- 72.5 82.9   427 548
LINN 80.1 s- 77.2 82.7   963 1214
MALHEUR 84.0   79.2 87.8   293 358
MARION 83.1   81.2 84.8   2,231 2723
MORROW 78.9   68.3 86.6   103 128
MULTNOMAH 84.8   83.6 85.9   5,534 6499
POLK 86.5   83.3 89.1   587 699
TILLAMOOK 82.3   76.9 86.7   254 323
UMATILLA 79.9 s- 76.4 83.1   624 797
UNION 86.6   82.2 90.0   285 343
WALLOWA 85.3   77.3 90.8   98 121
WASCO/SHERMAN 84.7   79.2 89.0   252 315
WASHINGTON 86.3 s+ 84.9 87.5   3,679 4243
YAMHILL 80.3 s- 76.4 83.6   707 872
* 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 less than 12 in any 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