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2016 BRFSS Survey Results: Piedmont North Carolina**

Immunization

Since 2005, have you had a tetanus shot?

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  Total
Respond.^
Yes, Tdap Yes, tetanus shot, but not Tdap Yes, tetanus shot/not sure what type No tetanus shot since 2005
N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%)
North Carolina 5,586 1,171 22.4 21.0-23.8 399 7.3 6.5- 8.2 1,811 33.1 31.6-34.6 2,205 37.2 35.7-38.8
-Piedmont NC 2,535 567 23.3 21.4-25.2 186 7.7 6.6- 9.0 845 33.0 30.9-35.1 937 36.1 33.9-38.3
GENDER
Male 1,156 222 19.3 16.8-22.0 94 7.9 6.3- 9.8 445 38.6 35.4-41.9 395 34.2 31.1-37.4
Female 1,379 345 26.9 24.2-29.7 92 7.5 6.0- 9.4 400 27.9 25.3-30.7 542 37.7 34.8-40.8
RACE
Non-Hispanic White 1,654 392 24.4 22.0-26.8 134 8.7 7.2-10.4 561 34.4 31.8-37.1 567 32.6 30.0-35.2
Non-Hispanic Black 506 114 24.0 20.0-28.6 32 6.5 4.4- 9.5 135 25.9 21.9-30.4 225 43.6 38.7-48.5
Other 23 *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** ***
AGE
18-34 575 198 33.7 29.4-38.2 29 5.4 3.6- 8.0 170 29.3 25.2-33.7 178 31.7 27.4-36.3
35-44 370 98 28.4 23.5-33.8 24 8.5 5.6-12.6 132 32.6 27.7-38.0 116 30.5 25.6-35.9
45-54 462 88 19.1 15.5-23.4 42 9.5 6.9-12.9 159 33.1 28.4-38.0 173 38.3 33.5-43.4
55-64 449 86 17.0 13.6-21.0 48 11.6 8.6-15.5 158 37.5 32.6-42.6 157 34.0 29.3-39.0
65-74 401 69 14.9 11.5-19.1 19 4.0 2.4- 6.5 135 34.7 29.7-40.2 178 46.4 40.9-52.0
75+ 247 21 7.2 4.5-11.2 21 7.3 4.6-11.5 81 35.9 28.9-43.5 124 49.6 42.2-57.0
EDUCATION
Less Than H.S. 237 28 10.0 6.8-14.7 *** *** *** 86 37.9 31.1-45.2 111 47.1 39.9-54.5
H.S. or G.E.D. 617 66 12.5 9.7-15.9 46 7.5 5.5-10.2 215 35.9 31.8-40.3 290 44.1 39.8-48.6
Some Post-H.S. 718 172 28.5 24.7-32.6 65 9.7 7.5-12.5 237 30.6 26.9-34.5 244 31.2 27.5-35.2
College Graduate 957 301 32.5 29.3-35.9 63 6.9 5.3- 8.9 303 30.8 27.7-34.1 290 29.8 26.7-33.2
HOUSEHOLD INCOME
Less than $15,000 193 29 17.2 11.5-24.9 *** *** *** 64 34.6 27.0-43.0 90 43.9 35.9-52.2
$15,000- 24,999 394 73 20.8 16.4-26.0 28 8.5 5.5-12.9 130 33.0 27.9-38.6 163 37.7 32.3-43.4
$25,000- 34,999 235 43 17.8 12.9-24.0 16 7.0 4.0-11.8 94 39.0 32.1-46.3 82 36.3 29.5-43.7
$35,000- 49,999 274 66 25.5 19.8-32.3 27 10.0 6.6-14.9 82 30.4 24.3-37.2 99 34.1 27.9-40.8
$50,000- 74,999 340 69 20.5 16.1-25.8 32 8.8 6.0-12.8 120 36.9 31.3-42.8 119 33.8 28.4-39.6
$75,000+ 698 217 31.4 27.7-35.4 53 8.2 6.2-10.8 227 31.3 27.6-35.3 201 29.0 25.4-32.9
DISABILITY STATUS1
Yes 501 93 17.5 13.9-21.7 41 10.2 7.2-14.4 169 34.9 30.1-40.0 198 37.4 32.5-42.5
No 1,686 365 22.8 20.5-25.2 123 7.3 6.0- 8.8 573 33.4 30.9-36.1 625 36.5 33.8-39.2
FUNCTIONAL DISABILITY1
Yes 626 105 17.8 14.5-21.7 55 9.7 7.2-12.9 224 35.8 31.5-40.3 242 36.8 32.5-41.3
No 1,892 462 25.1 22.9-27.4 131 7.2 6.0- 8.6 616 32.2 29.8-34.6 683 35.6 33.1-38.1
VETERAN STATUS
Veteran 298 49 18.6 13.8-24.6 18 5.7 3.4- 9.4 133 42.5 36.3-48.9 98 33.2 27.5-39.4
Non-Veteran 2,235 518 23.8 21.8-25.9 168 7.9 6.7- 9.3 711 31.9 29.7-34.1 838 36.4 34.1-38.7
RURAL-URBAN RESIDENT2
Urban 1,395 355 26.2 23.6-28.9 105 7.8 6.4- 9.6 448 30.7 28.0-33.5 487 35.3 32.4-38.3
Regional City or Suburban County 643 124 21.1 17.6-25.1 49 7.7 5.7-10.5 229 35.8 31.7-40.1 241 35.4 31.3-39.6
Rural 497 88 18.0 14.3-22.3 32 7.2 4.8-10.7 168 35.6 30.8-40.7 209 39.2 34.3-44.4
EMPLOYMENT STATUS
Employed or Self-Employed 1,408 363 26.4 23.9-29.1 109 8.1 6.7- 9.9 479 33.5 30.8-36.4 457 31.9 29.2-34.7
Unemployed 108 18 16.0 9.9-25.0 *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** ***
Retired 607 90 12.5 10.0-15.5 49 8.0 5.9-10.8 189 32.2 28.0-36.7 279 47.3 42.7-51.9
Unable to Work 164 21 14.3 8.6-22.7 *** *** *** 53 30.3 22.9-39.0 78 45.2 36.3-54.3
Other not in Labor Force 238 72 31.6 25.3-38.8 *** *** *** 82 31.4 25.1-38.5 72 31.9 25.2-39.4
POVERTY LEVEL3
Less than 50% 90 *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** ***
50% to 100% 187 24 12.6 8.2-18.7 16 10.5 6.0-18.0 73 36.8 29.3-45.0 74 40.1 32.0-48.7
101% to 150% 338 69 23.3 18.4-29.0 21 6.5 4.0-10.2 108 32.3 26.8-38.3 140 38.0 32.3-43.9
151% to 200% 156 29 18.3 12.1-26.7 *** *** *** 60 39.4 30.9-48.6 55 33.3 25.4-42.4
More than 200% 1,330 341 26.2 23.6-29.0 113 8.6 7.1-10.5 442 33.1 30.3-36.0 434 32.0 29.3-34.9
NC DEPT OF COMMERCE COUNTY TIER4
Most Distressed Counties (Tier 1) 92 *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** ***
Less Distressed Counties (Tier 2) 682 123 18.0 15.0-21.6 53 8.4 6.2-11.3 242 36.6 32.6-40.9 264 37.0 32.9-41.2
Least Distressed Counties (Tier 3) 1,761 434 25.7 23.4-28.1 127 7.4 6.2- 9.0 577 31.7 29.2-34.2 623 35.2 32.7-37.8

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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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