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Oregon BRFSS Data

Selected Topics by County 2004-2007

Made Lifestyle Changes to Reduce Risk of Disease, Oregon, 2004-2007 (Non age-adjusted)
Have you made changes in your eating habits or physical activity to reduce your chance of getting diseases like heart disease or stroke?
Source: Oregon Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System
      95% Confidence  
Adults PERCENT   Interval Small Number Interviews
18 years & older weighted % S.S.* L. limit % U. limit % # unweighted N unweighted N
STATEWIDE 63.1   61.6 64.6   4987 7797
BAKER 46.8   32.3 61.9   41 67
BENTON 64.2   54.5 73.0   163 243
CLACKAMAS 60.4   55.2 65.3   505 806
CLATSOP 63.4   50.0 75.0   50 84
COLUMBIA 57.9   45.6 69.3   69 122
COOS 58.5   49.3 67.2   137 224
CROOK 44.0 s- 28.1 61.3   36 64
CURRY 68.9   55.6 79.7   49 76
DESCHUTES 65.4   58.5 71.7   223 343
DOUGLAS 57.8   49.3 66.0   142 238
GILLIAM/WHEELER **   ** ** ** 7 10
GRANT 50.5   24.7 75.9 ** 11 26
HARNEY 61.7   39.5 79.9 ** 19 28
HOOD RIVER 47.5   30.0 65.6 ** 17 33
JACKSON 67.7   59.9 72.9   261 391
JEFFERSON 55.9   35.8 74.3   35 50
JOSEPHINE 70.7   60.3 79.4   112 162
KLAMATH 61.1   48.8 72.1   111 181
LAKE **   ** ** ** 11 19
LANE 66.7   62.2 71.0   526 785
LINCOLN 70.7   59.5 79.8   80 118
LINN 65.9   57.3 73.5   146 233
MALHEUR 59.0   42.8 73.4   54 81
MARION 64.1   58.8 69.2   384 607
MORROW 73.0   53.7 86.3 ** 15 27
MULTNOMAH 64.2   60.3 68.0   731 1134
POLK 56.0   43.4 67.9   87 147
TILLAMOOK 62.1   46.1 75.8   39 69
UMATILLA 60.8   50.5 70.3   120 189
UNION 58.9   38.7 76.5   41 61
WALLOWA 56.7   36.0 75.3 ** 26 39
WASCO/SHERMAN 70.8   57.5 81.2   67 99
WASHINGTON 63.1   58.6 67.4   564 860
YAMHILL 55.2   45.3 64.7   108 181
* S.S. = Statistical Significance: s+ indicates that the county estimate is greater than the statewide percentage; s-, less than the statewide percentage; a blank = not different from the statewide
** % based on less than 50 respondents may not accurately reflect behavior of the entire county. Data are not reported for counties with less than 10 respondents.