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Oregon Vital Statistics Annual Report

     Oregon Vital Statistics Annual Report 1995, Volume 1

TABLE 2-22.

RISK COUNT FREQUENCIES (PERCENTAGE), BY COUNTY OF RESIDENCE, OREGON, 1995

                      
COUNTY OF   TOTAL             PERCENTAGE OF RISK FACTORS              
RESIDENCE   BIRTHS  ===============================================
                    ZERO   ONE   TWO  THREE  FOUR  FIVE  SIX  SEVEN

TOTAL       42,715  37.7  28.2  18.4   10.3   4.4   1.0  0.1      -
BAKER          184  42.9  27.7  19.6   5.4    4.3     -    -      -
BENTON         800  41.9  35.4  14.4   6.0    2.1   0.3    -      -
CLACKAMAS    3,921  44.5  30.2  16.0   6.7    2.2   0.5    -      -
CLATSOP        423  41.1  27.4  17.7   9.9    3.3   0.5    -      -
COLUMBIA       458  44.3  31.4  16.4   6.6    0.9   0.4    -      -
COOS           593  36.1  24.1  19.9  12.0    6.4   1.3  0.2      -
CROOK          214  43.9  22.9  17.8   8.9    6.1   0.5    -      -
CURRY          201  36.8  26.4  18.9  12.9    4.0   1.0    -      -
DESCHUTES    1,212  46.9  28.7  13.4   8.3    2.5   0.2  0.1      -
DOUGLAS      1,141  36.6  28.0  19.4  11.7    3.8   0.4  0.1      -
GILLIAM         14  35.7  35.7  14.3  14.3      -     -    -      -
GRANT           98  37.8  32.7  17.3   9.2    3.1     -    -      -
HARNEY          75  54.7  20.0  16.0   5.3    1.3   2.7    -      -
HOOD RIVER     300  28.0  23.0  29.3  12.3    6.7   0.3  0.3      -
JACKSON      2,149  36.2  30.0  18.2  10.7    4.3   0.6    -      -
JEFFERSON      260  23.8  17.7  28.8  14.6   11.9   3.1    -      -
JOSEPHINE      811  34.9  28.5  18.7  12.1    4.8   0.9  0.1      -
KLAMATH        856  29.0  25.2  22.9  15.8    5.7   1.1  0.4      -
LAKE            94  30.9  24.5  26.6  12.8    4.3   1.1    -      -
LANE         3,644  40.3  30.3  16.6   9.1    3.0   0.8  0.1      -
LINCOLN        427  30.0  26.5  23.2  13.1    5.9   1.4    -      -
LINN         1,347  37.9  31.0  16.0   9.7    4.3   1.0  0.1      -
MALHEUR        509  24.0  21.0  22.2  17.7   10.4   4.5  0.2      -
MARION       4,238  32.2  23.5  21.7  14.9    6.2   1.4  0.1      -
MORROW         136  25.0  19.9  25.7  12.5   11.0   5.1  0.7      -
MULTNOMAH    8,989  32.9  29.1  19.4  11.7    5.4   1.4  0.1      -
POLK           674  40.7  24.5  19.4   9.6    4.9   0.9    -      -
SHERMAN         18  38.9  22.2  22.2  11.1    5.6     -    -      -
TILLAMOOK      247  39.3  24.3  22.3   8.5    4.5   1.2    -      -
UMATILLA     1,009  30.2  27.8  19.6  14.1    5.9   2.3    -      -
UNION          289  53.3  28.0  12.8   5.5      -   0.3    -      -
WALLOWA         67  59.7  19.4  17.9   3.0      -     -    -      -
WASCO          279  33.7  28.7  22.2   9.7    2.9   2.9    -      -
WASHINGTON   5,970  44.1  29.3  16.2   6.8    3.0   0.5  0.1      -
WHEELER         22  45.5  18.2  18.2  18.2      -   0.0    -      -
YAMHILL      1,046  40.2  22.8  19.4  11.4    5.4   0.7  0.2      -

      
  
- Quantity is zero or data unavailable.
Note: Risk factors expressed as percentage of mothers falling into risk category. The following were considered to be risk factors: inadequate care; maternal age (less than 18 or 35 and older); racial/ethnic minority; high birth order (four or more births); less than high school education; unmarried mother; smoking mother.
WARNING: Percentages based on less than 5 events may be unreliable.
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