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Oregon 2004 -2007 BRFSS Data - Behavior Risk Survey
Heavy Drinking, Adult Males, Oregon, 2004-2007 (Age adjusted)
Adult males who had 2+ drinks of alcohol per day (60+ drinks of alcohol per month) in the past 30 days.
Source: Oregon Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System
      95% Confidence  
Males PERCENT   Interval Small Number Interviews
18 years & older weighted % S.S.* L. limit % U. limit % # unweighted N unweighted N
STATEWIDE 5.8   5.2 6.4   608 10291
BAKER 6.3   2.7 14.1   8 80
BENTON 3.5   1.5 8.0   8 284
CLACKAMAS 6.2   4.4 8.7   55 913
CLATSOP 7.1   3.4 14.5   9 141
COLUMBIA 8.7   3.2 21.7   8 158
COOS 9.5   5.1 16.8   16 221
CROOK 2.7   0.9 7.8   4 69
CURRY 5.6   2.6 11.7   10 102
DESCHUTES 5.1   3.1 8.3   25 451
DOUGLAS 5.3   2.9 9.6   17 338
GILLIAM/WHEELER **   ** ** ** 1 17
GRANT 3.7   1.2 10.9 ** 3 36
HARNEY **   ** ** ** 4 35
HOOD RIVER 10.3   2.9 30.6   5 59
JACKSON 6.2   4.0 9.5   37 571
JEFFERSON 3.5   1.0 12.2   3 67
JOSEPHINE 6.4   3.1 12.7   17 279
KLAMATH 6.5   3.2 12.8   14 243
LAKE 12.1   4.3 29.8 ** 6 41
LANE 6.8   5.1 9.2   64 1039
LINCOLN 4.2   2.0 8.9   10 166
LINN 5.5   2.7 10.8   17 323
MALHEUR 8.7   4.1 17.3   9 87
MARION 5.0   3.4 7.4   37 703
MORROW **   ** ** ** 0 32
MULTNOMAH 6.7   5.4 8.4   123 1730
POLK 1.6 s- 0.6 4.2   6 194
TILLAMOOK 2.3   0.6 8.3   3 87
UMATILLA 3.1   1.4 6.8   9 206
UNION 1.8   0.4 8.6   2 85
WALLOWA 1.4   0.2 10.1   1 51
WASCO/SHERMAN 9.7   3.6 23.4   7 103
WASHINGTON 4.0   2.9 5.4   52 1141
YAMHILL 9.2   5.2 15.8   18 239
* 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 fewer that 12 in any one 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 U.S. Standard Million Population.