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Oregon 2004 -2007 BRFSS Data - Behavior Risk Survey

Selected Topics by County 2004-2007

Family History Collection of Illnesses and Health Problems, Oregon, 2004-2007 (Non age-adjusted)
Has a doctor, nurse, or other health professional asked you about your family history of illnesses or health problems?
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 87.1   85.9 88.2   7514 8498
BAKER 80.3   63.8 90.4   57 69
BENTON 93.4   88.0 96.4   240 258
CLACKAMAS 88.3   83.5 91.8   777 862
CLATSOP 82.9   70.7 90.7   74 91
COLUMBIA 83.7   73.4 90.6   115 137
COOS 84.4   75.6 90.4   219 248
CROOK 85.0   65.2 94.5   63 71
CURRY 90.5   81.4 95.4   76 85
DESCHUTES 89.2   84.5 92.6   341 378
DOUGLAS 87.6   79.9 92.6   232 258
GILLIAM/WHEELER **   ** ** ** 10 12
GRANT 81.5   52.7 94.6 ** 23 28
HARNEY 89.9   70.1 97.1 ** 28 31
HOOD RIVER 78.5   60.9 89.5 ** 27 35
JACKSON 88.6   83.8 92.1   383 429
JEFFERSON 79.3   59.2 91.0   49 57
JOSEPHINE 85.5   76.2 91.5   160 183
KLAMATH 88.7   83.5 92.5   173 208
LAKE 78.8   50.1 93.2 ** 16 21
LANE 88.2   84.1 91.4   771 862
LINCOLN 90.6   81.6 95.5   115 128
LINN 89.4   81.8 94.0   240 264
MALHEUR 74.4 s- 59.2 85.4   73 90
MARION 86.5   82.3 89.8   575 657
MORROW 93.5   80.7 98.0 ** 27 30
MULTNOMAH 84.9   81.5 87.8   1070 1225
POLK 83.8   69.3 92.2   148 165
TILLAMOOK 79.1   61.1 90.2   61 74
UMATILLA 82.9   72.9 89.8   180 208
UNION 89.5   75.7 95.9   59 66
WALLOWA 78.3   59.8 89.7 ** 31 41
WASCO/SHERMAN 87.2   73.9 94.2   92 105
WASHINGTON 89.4   86.1 91.9   843 929
YAMHILL 89.3   83.2 93.4   166 193
* 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 percentage.
** % based on less than 50 respondents may not accurately reflect behavior of the entire county. Data are not reported for counties with less than 20 respondents.