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2016 BRFSS Survey Results: Piedmont North Carolina**

Inadequate Sleep

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

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  Total
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
-Piedmont NC 2,918 297 11.5 10.1-13.0 605 21.0 19.4-22.8 1,785 59.8 57.7-61.8 231 7.7 6.7- 8.9
GENDER
Male 1,334 127 11.2 9.3-13.5 278 22.1 19.7-24.8 827 59.8 56.7-62.8 102 6.9 5.5- 8.6
Female 1,584 170 11.7 9.9-13.8 327 20.0 17.9-22.3 958 59.8 57.0-62.6 129 8.5 7.0-10.2
RACE
Non-Hispanic White 1,875 165 10.2 8.6-12.1 378 20.7 18.7-22.9 1,200 62.6 60.0-65.1 132 6.5 5.3- 7.8
Non-Hispanic Black 584 84 16.5 13.1-20.5 151 25.4 21.7-29.6 290 47.1 42.6-51.8 59 10.9 8.3-14.3
Other 29 *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** ***
AGE
18-34 667 67 11.9 9.2-15.2 145 20.3 17.1-23.8 400 59.4 55.2-63.6 55 8.4 6.4-11.0
35-44 435 43 9.8 7.0-13.6 104 25.6 21.2-30.4 265 59.8 54.5-64.8 23 4.8 3.1- 7.5
45-54 518 61 11.9 9.0-15.5 131 26.4 22.3-30.9 298 56.5 51.7-61.3 28 5.2 3.4- 7.8
55-64 504 63 13.7 10.5-17.8 101 19.4 16.0-23.5 309 59.8 54.9-64.5 31 7.0 4.8-10.2
65-74 470 35 8.5 5.9-12.1 75 15.6 12.3-19.6 316 66.4 61.4-71.1 44 9.4 6.8-12.9
75+ 281 23 12.0 7.3-19.2 41 12.7 8.9-17.7 172 59.0 51.8-65.8 45 16.3 11.8-22.1
EDUCATION
Less Than H.S. 276 42 19.8 14.7-26.2 52 19.0 14.3-24.9 146 49.4 42.8-56.1 36 11.8 8.3-16.4
H.S. or G.E.D. 713 85 11.7 9.3-14.7 152 20.8 17.7-24.3 406 57.9 53.8-61.9 70 9.6 7.4-12.3
Some Post-H.S. 823 102 12.9 10.4-15.9 188 23.0 19.9-26.3 475 57.2 53.2-61.0 58 7.0 5.2- 9.3
College Graduate 1,098 68 6.2 4.8- 8.0 213 20.2 17.7-23.0 751 68.5 65.3-71.5 66 5.1 3.9- 6.6
HOUSEHOLD INCOME
Less than $15,000 241 42 21.2 15.4-28.6 45 18.5 13.3-25.2 123 48.3 41.0-55.7 31 12.0 8.1-17.2
$15,000- 24,999 448 62 15.5 11.9-20.0 98 21.9 17.9-26.6 247 53.7 48.4-58.9 41 8.9 6.4-12.2
$25,000- 34,999 268 24 10.1 6.6-15.1 55 20.1 15.1-26.1 166 60.5 53.6-67.0 23 9.3 5.9-14.4
$35,000- 49,999 307 26 11.4 7.4-17.2 72 23.8 18.7-29.7 187 57.8 51.1-64.2 22 7.0 4.3-11.3
$50,000- 74,999 386 36 9.2 6.4-13.0 87 24.8 20.2-30.0 233 58.7 53.1-64.1 30 7.3 4.8-10.9
$75,000+ 788 54 6.8 5.0- 9.2 151 20.8 17.8-24.3 548 67.9 64.1-71.5 35 4.4 3.0- 6.4
DISABILITY STATUS1
Yes 570 109 23.0 18.8-27.7 116 20.2 16.7-24.3 273 45.5 40.7-50.3 72 11.3 8.7-14.5
No 1,908 141 8.1 6.7- 9.8 397 21.4 19.4-23.6 1,235 63.1 60.5-65.6 135 7.4 6.1- 8.9
FUNCTIONAL DISABILITY1
Yes 697 129 22.3 18.7-26.5 155 21.7 18.4-25.4 327 44.2 40.0-48.5 86 11.8 9.3-14.9
No 2,138 152 7.9 6.6- 9.5 431 20.8 18.9-22.8 1,418 64.8 62.4-67.1 137 6.5 5.4- 7.8
VETERAN STATUS
Veteran 335 40 12.2 8.6-17.2 69 23.9 19.0-29.7 192 55.6 49.4-61.6 34 8.2 5.6-12.0
Non-Veteran 2,580 257 11.4 9.9-13.0 535 20.7 19.0-22.5 1,591 60.3 58.0-62.4 197 7.7 6.6- 8.9
RURAL-URBAN RESIDENT2
Urban 1,605 157 10.5 8.8-12.4 338 21.2 19.1-23.6 983 60.2 57.4-62.9 127 8.1 6.7- 9.8
Regional City or Suburban County 745 66 11.3 8.7-14.6 148 20.0 16.9-23.5 467 60.8 56.7-64.8 64 7.9 6.0-10.3
Rural 568 74 14.6 11.3-18.6 119 21.9 18.2-26.1 335 57.2 52.4-62.0 40 6.3 4.4- 8.9
EMPLOYMENT STATUS
Employed or Self-Employed 1,620 144 9.8 8.2-11.6 379 24.0 21.7-26.4 1,015 61.1 58.4-63.7 82 5.2 4.1- 6.6
Unemployed 128 19 18.6 11.5-28.6 31 21.5 14.9-30.0 65 50.2 40.4-60.1 13 9.6 5.5-16.4
Retired 700 53 9.6 7.0-13.1 110 14.3 11.7-17.4 456 63.9 59.5-68.0 81 12.2 9.5-15.5
Unable to Work 188 63 37.2 29.2-45.9 26 12.5 8.3-18.6 73 38.7 30.8-47.2 26 11.6 7.6-17.4
Other not in Labor Force 271 17 5.0 3.0- 8.4 56 21.3 16.3-27.5 170 63.4 56.6-69.6 28 10.3 6.9-14.9
POVERTY LEVEL3
Less than 50% 99 *** *** *** 14 16.4 9.1-27.6 *** *** *** *** *** ***
50% to 100% 221 32 16.2 11.1-22.8 37 16.8 11.9-23.2 127 54.8 47.3-62.1 25 12.3 8.2-17.9
101% to 150% 387 50 15.1 11.3-20.0 93 24.4 19.8-29.7 210 52.1 46.4-57.8 34 8.3 5.7-12.1
151% to 200% 176 17 9.5 5.5-16.0 45 25.1 18.6-33.0 101 57.0 48.4-65.3 *** *** ***
More than 200% 1,496 116 8.3 6.8-10.1 300 21.3 19.0-23.8 985 64.4 61.5-67.1 95 6.0 4.8- 7.6
NC DEPT OF COMMERCE COUNTY TIER4
Most Distressed Counties (Tier 1) 102 *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** ***
Less Distressed Counties (Tier 2) 786 94 14.1 11.3-17.4 165 21.4 18.3-24.9 466 57.5 53.4-61.4 61 7.0 5.3- 9.3
Least Distressed Counties (Tier 3) 2,030 188 10.3 8.8-12.0 416 20.7 18.8-22.8 1,263 61.0 58.5-63.4 163 8.0 6.8- 9.5

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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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