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

Selected Topics by County 2002-2005

Adults in Good Mental Health Oregon, 2002-2005 (Age Adjusted)
Good Mental Health: Had no poor mental health in past 30 days.
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 61.5   60.9 62.2   23,164 36829
BAKER 64.6   56.3 72.0   178 256
BENTON 59.9   56.2 63.4   602 976
CLACKAMAS 63.5   61.3 65.6   2,202 3377
CLATSOP 60.2   54.5 65.7   282 466
COLUMBIA 59.2   54.0 64.3   315 512
COOS 59.7   55.1 64.1   510 804
CROOK 58.7   49.5 67.2   164 249
CURRY 61.1   53.0 68.6   186 294
DESCHUTES 64.4   61.2 67.5   938 1418
DOUGLAS 62.0   58.3 65.5   836 1290
GILLIAM/WHEELER 67.2   44.4 84.0 ** 38 53
GRANT 63.1   50.0 74.4   68 104
HARNEY 53.4   42.1 64.4   66 112
HOOD RIVER 59.6   51.0 67.6   134 214
JACKSON 64.0   61.3 66.7   1,399 2118
JEFFERSON 63.7   55.2 71.5   140 208
JOSEPHINE 60.7   56.2 65.0   579 918
KLAMATH 63.3   58.9 67.5   510 784
LAKE 74.1 s+ 63.9 82.2   83 121
LANE 57.4 s- 55.3 59.4   2,206 3686
LINCOLN 58.0   52.1 63.8   330 539
LINN 59.3   55.8 62.8   712 1186
MALHEUR 72.5 s+ 66.2 78.0   251 353
MARION 64.1   61.8 66.4   1,720 2680
MORROW 62.6   52.1 72.1   83 128
MULTNOMAH 59.4 s- 57.9 60.8   3,779 6387
POLK 61.6   56.9 66.2   440 692
TILLAMOOK 58.9   51.2 66.2   212 322
UMATILLA 63.0   55.6 69.8   204 783
UNION 63.8   59.6 67.9   508 342
WALLOWA 61.7   55.2 67.7   216 116
WASCO/SHERMAN 67.9   57.5 76.8   87 313
WASHINGTON 63.9   62.1 65.6   2,651 4178
YAMHILL 60.7   56.4 64.9   535 850
* 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