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Oregon BRFSS Data
Oregon Adults Who Are Currently on the Oregon Health Plan (OHP), 2002-2005 (Age adjusted)
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 7.2   6.8 7.6   2,062 29361
BAKER 7.4   3.7 14.2   17 211
BENTON 5.0   3.5 7.0   50 777
CLACKAMAS 4.9 s- 4.0 6.1   137 2713
CLATSOP 6.0   3.3 10.7   21 370
COLUMBIA 7.0   4.1 11.8   24 421
COOS 9.5   7.0 12.8   59 651
CROOK 10.0   5.1 18.5   18 198
CURRY 12.5   5.6 25.6   18 246
DESCHUTES 5.3   3.8 7.2   62 1143
DOUGLAS 10.6 s+ 8.0 14.0   94 1023
GILLIAM/WHEELER **   ** ** ** 4 45
GRANT 2.7 s- 1.1 6.3   6 81
HARNEY 9.8   4.0 22.0   9 86
HOOD RIVER 5.2   2.4 11.1   8 159
JACKSON 7.0   5.3 9.0   120 1711
JEFFERSON 11.3   6.9 18.2   19 164
JOSEPHINE 9.9   6.4 15.1   62 756
KLAMATH 9.4   6.7 13.1   59 620
LAKE 3.7   1.4 9.5   4 104
LANE 8.0   6.9 9.4   238 2932
LINCOLN 10.9   7.4 15.8   39 419
LINN 7.2   5.4 9.6   72 945
MALHEUR 8.1   5.2 12.3   29 289
MARION 8.4   6.8 10.2   152 2092
MORROW 11.3   5.1 23.0   9 98
MULTNOMAH 7.7   6.8 8.8   348 5024
POLK 9.1   6.3 13.1   48 542
TILLAMOOK 6.8   4.0 11.3   20 256
UMATILLA 7.6   5.5 10.3   58 595
UNION 7.9   4.6 13.2   21 282
WALLOWA 3.8   1.7 8.3   8 107
WASCO/SHERMAN 11.2   6.5 18.6   24 248
WASHINGTON 5.2 s- 4.3 6.2   161 3365
YAMHILL 6.8   4.7 9.6   44 688
* 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
** % based on less than 50 respondents total or fewer than 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.