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Has a doctor ever told you that diabetes has affected your eyes or that you had retinopathy?*


Demographic
Groups

Total
Respond.#
Yes
 
N       %   C.I.(95%)
No
 
N       %   C.I.(95%)
TOTAL 228 58  25.2  (19.6-31.8) 170  74.8  (68.2-80.4)
GENDER      
Male  82 18  21.8  (13.7-32.8)  64  78.2  (67.2-86.3)
Female 146 40  28.1  (20.9-36.6) 106  71.9  (63.4-79.1)
RACE      
White 156 34  20.8  (14.8-28.4) 122  79.2  (71.6-85.2)
African American  66 21  33.8  (22.3-47.6)  45  66.2  (52.4-77.7)
AGE      
18-49  53 12  20.2  (11.3-33.5)  41  79.8  (66.5-88.7)
50+ 172 46  27.2  (20.5-35.1) 126  72.8  (64.9-79.5)
EDUCATION      
H.S. or G.E.D. or Less 147 40  27.0  (20.0-35.5) 107  73.0  (64.5-80.0)
Some Post-H.S. or College  81 18  22.0  (13.7-33.5)  63  78.0  (66.5-86.3)
HOUSEHOLD INCOME      
Less than $25,000 109 30  29.8  (21.3-40.1)  79  70.2  (59.9-78.7)
$50,000+  76 14  17.3  ( 9.9-28.6)  62  82.7  (71.4-90.1)

*Asked to respondents who reported being told by a doctor that s/he had diabetes.
#Use caution in interpreting cell sizes less than 50. N = Cell Size, % = Percentage, C.I.(95%) = Confidence Interval (at 95 percent probability level).
Percentages are weighted to population characteristics.