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2016 BRFSS Survey Results: Eastern North Carolina**

Inadequate Sleep

On average, how many hours of sleep do you get in a 24-hour period?

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Respond.^
1-5 hrs. 6 hrs. 7-8 hrs. 9+ hrs.
N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%)
North Carolina 6,428 733 12.1 11.1-13.2 1,354 21.7 20.5-23.0 3,806 58.3 56.8-59.7 535 7.9 7.2- 8.8
-Eastern NC 2,291 290 13.1 11.5-14.9 503 22.9 20.8-25.2 1,289 55.2 52.6-57.7 209 8.8 7.5-10.3
GENDER
Male 1,073 138 13.5 11.2-16.1 244 24.0 20.8-27.4 598 54.2 50.4-57.9 93 8.4 6.6-10.6
Female 1,218 152 12.7 10.6-15.2 259 21.9 19.1-25.0 691 56.1 52.6-59.7 116 9.2 7.4-11.4
RACE
Non-Hispanic White 1,385 151 12.0 10.0-14.4 289 22.3 19.6-25.2 828 57.3 54.0-60.5 117 8.4 6.8-10.4
Non-Hispanic Black 606 95 15.0 12.0-18.7 146 26.3 21.9-31.4 292 46.9 41.8-52.1 73 11.7 9.0-15.2
Other 63 *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** ***
AGE
18-34 480 72 14.5 11.4-18.4 103 19.4 15.8-23.7 271 59.0 53.8-63.9 34 7.1 4.9-10.1
35-44 293 46 15.1 10.8-20.8 78 33.3 26.5-40.9 152 45.8 38.9-52.9 17 5.8 3.3- 9.7
45-54 357 54 14.8 10.9-19.8 91 26.1 21.0-31.9 191 53.0 46.8-59.1 21 6.0 3.7- 9.7
55-64 483 61 12.4 9.2-16.5 116 24.0 19.6-29.0 263 54.9 49.4-60.3 43 8.7 6.1-12.2
65-74 435 44 11.1 8.0-15.2 84 20.3 16.0-25.3 255 54.5 48.8-60.2 52 14.0 10.2-18.9
75+ 225 *** *** *** 30 13.5 9.0-19.8 142 61.9 54.0-69.3 40 19.1 13.6-26.2
EDUCATION
Less Than H.S. 246 35 13.2 8.9-19.1 48 19.8 14.0-27.2 128 54.9 47.0-62.6 35 12.1 8.1-17.5
H.S. or G.E.D. 714 93 12.4 9.9-15.5 162 22.8 19.3-26.8 380 53.7 49.2-58.2 79 11.1 8.6-14.1
Some Post-H.S. 687 104 16.3 13.2-19.9 160 25.3 21.5-29.5 368 51.0 46.4-55.5 55 7.5 5.5-10.0
College Graduate 638 58 8.9 6.6-11.9 133 21.8 17.9-26.2 408 64.0 59.2-68.5 39 5.3 3.6- 7.8
HOUSEHOLD INCOME
Less than $15,000 238 53 22.4 16.4-29.9 53 21.4 15.7-28.5 102 46.0 37.9-54.4 30 10.1 6.5-15.3
$15,000- 24,999 372 53 14.2 10.4-19.1 87 25.9 20.3-32.4 182 46.8 40.5-53.1 50 13.1 9.6-17.7
$25,000- 34,999 228 30 11.7 7.7-17.3 52 22.6 16.6-30.0 132 59.9 51.7-67.5 *** *** ***
$35,000- 49,999 335 35 9.5 6.4-14.0 92 29.6 23.7-36.3 168 49.2 42.2-56.2 40 11.6 8.1-16.4
$50,000- 74,999 268 25 9.1 5.7-14.2 63 26.9 20.5-34.3 162 57.6 50.0-64.8 18 6.5 3.8-11.0
$75,000+ 439 48 13.1 9.6-17.6 86 20.4 16.1-25.4 283 61.4 55.6-66.8 22 5.2 3.1- 8.5
DISABILITY STATUS1
Yes 640 133 21.6 17.8-25.9 139 23.6 19.5-28.3 280 41.9 37.1-46.8 88 12.9 10.0-16.4
No 1,407 129 9.7 7.9-11.7 304 22.1 19.5-25.0 876 60.8 57.5-63.9 98 7.4 5.9- 9.3
FUNCTIONAL DISABILITY1
Yes 714 148 21.5 17.9-25.6 162 24.7 20.7-29.2 304 40.4 35.9-45.0 100 13.4 10.6-16.8
No 1,512 136 9.6 8.0-11.6 328 22.5 20.0-25.3 949 61.2 58.1-64.3 99 6.6 5.2- 8.3
VETERAN STATUS
Veteran 434 78 19.8 15.6-24.8 104 24.2 19.7-29.3 221 48.6 42.9-54.2 31 7.4 4.9-11.1
Non-Veteran 1,857 212 11.6 9.9-13.5 398 22.6 20.2-25.2 1,069 56.7 53.8-59.5 178 9.1 7.7-10.8
RURAL-URBAN RESIDENT2
Urban 148 *** *** *** 28 21.0 14.2-29.8 92 62.3 53.1-70.7 16 10.5 6.2-17.4
Regional City or Suburban County 400 64 17.1 13.2-21.8 91 24.2 19.7-29.5 212 48.8 43.2-54.4 33 9.9 6.8-14.3
Rural 1,744 214 12.9 11.0-15.1 384 22.8 20.4-25.5 986 55.8 52.8-58.8 160 8.4 7.0-10.1
EMPLOYMENT STATUS
Employed or Self-Employed 1,139 122 11.1 9.1-13.5 286 26.7 23.5-30.1 663 56.5 52.9-60.1 68 5.6 4.3- 7.4
Unemployed 94 18 22.9 14.3-34.6 *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** ***
Retired 622 56 9.1 6.8-12.1 110 17.9 14.5-22.0 379 58.3 53.5-63.0 77 14.6 11.3-18.6
Unable to Work 264 74 29.3 22.7-37.0 54 23.1 17.1-30.4 98 35.0 28.1-42.5 38 12.7 8.6-18.3
Other not in Labor Force 163 19 11.3 6.9-17.9 22 10.0 6.1-15.9 105 67.3 58.4-75.2 17 11.4 6.7-18.5
POVERTY LEVEL3
Less than 50% 80 *** *** *** 19 19.3 11.7-30.2 *** *** *** *** *** ***
50% to 100% 217 51 22.3 16.2-29.8 45 20.9 15.0-28.2 98 46.1 38.2-54.3 23 10.7 6.8-16.5
101% to 150% 361 49 13.8 10.0-18.7 86 26.6 20.7-33.5 182 49.0 42.3-55.8 44 10.7 7.5-14.8
151% to 200% 167 19 11.1 6.6-18.1 43 24.8 17.5-34.0 92 56.4 46.3-65.9 *** *** ***
More than 200% 1,032 109 11.1 8.9-13.7 234 25.4 22.2-29.0 610 55.9 52.1-59.6 79 7.6 5.8- 9.8
NC DEPT OF COMMERCE COUNTY TIER4
Most Distressed Counties (Tier 1) 797 102 13.4 10.5-16.9 176 22.0 18.5-26.1 444 55.7 50.9-60.3 75 8.9 6.7-11.8
Less Distressed Counties (Tier 2) 1,070 147 14.6 12.3-17.4 235 23.3 20.3-26.5 590 52.9 49.2-56.5 98 9.2 7.3-11.5
Least Distressed Counties (Tier 3) 425 41 9.6 6.9-13.3 92 23.4 18.6-29.0 256 59.1 53.4-64.6 36 7.9 5.5-11.1

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PLEASE NOTE: Due to changes in the weighting methodology and other factors, results from 2016
are NOT comparable to 2010 and earlier years.

***The estimate was suppressed because it did not meet statistical reliability standards. See BRFSS 2016 Annual Results Technical Notes for more details.

1Disability Status will be replaced by Functional Disability in 2017. Please see the BRFSS 2016 Annual Results Technical Notes for details.

2Based on the North Carolina Rural Centerís classification. Please see the BRFSS 2016 Annual Results Technical Notes for details.

3Based on 2016 U.S Census Bureau poverty threshold incomes. Please see the BRFSS 2016 Annual Results Technical Notes for details.

4NC Dept. of Commerce County Tier Classification, based on respondentís county of residence.
Please see the BRFSS 2016 Annual Results Technical Notes for details.

^Use caution in interpreting cell sizes less than 50, % = Percentage, C.I.(95%) = Confidence Interval (at 95 percent probability level).
Percentages are weighted to population characteristics and therefore cannot be calculated exactly from the numbers in this table.

Eastern North Carolina: Beaufort, Bertie, Bladen, Brunswick, Camden, Carteret, Chowan, Columbus, Craven, Cumberland, Currituck, Dare, Duplin, Edgecombe, Gates, Greene, Halifax, Harnett, Hertford, Hoke, Hyde, Johnston, Jones, Lenoir, Martin, Nash, New Hanover, Northampton, Onslow, Pamlico, Pasquotank, Pender, Perquimans, Pitt, Robeson, Sampson, Scotland, Tyrrell, Washington, Wayne, and Wilson counties.
Piedmont North Carolina: Alamance, Alexander, Anson, Cabarrus, Caswell, Catawba, Chatham, Cleveland, Davidson, Davie, Durham, Forsyth, Franklin, Gaston, Granville, Guilford, Iredell, Lee, Lincoln, Mecklenburg, Montgomery, Moore, Orange, Person, Randolph, Richmond, Rockingham, Rowan, Stanly, Stokes, Union, Vance, Wake, Warren, and Yadkin counties.
**Western North Carolina: Alleghany, Ashe, Avery, Buncombe, Burke, Caldwell, Cherokee, Clay, Graham, Haywood, Henderson, Jackson, McDowell, Macon, Madison, Mitchell, Polk, Rutherford, Surry, Swain, Transylvania, Watauga, Wilkes, and Yancey counties.

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