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2006 North Carolina Statewide CHAMP Survey Results

Nutrition

On a typical day, how many glasses of milk does (CHILD) drink?
(A glass is the amount in a small carton at school or an 8 ounce drinking glass.)**

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  Total
Respond.^
1 glass 2 glasses 3 glasses 4 or more glasses None
N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%)
TOTAL 2,953 846 28.0 26.1-30.0 824 27.1 25.2-29.1 524 18.6 16.9-20.4 389 14.1 12.6-15.7 370 12.3 10.9-13.8
GENDER
Male 1,553 421 26.6 24.0-29.4 462 29.1 26.4-31.9 296 19.8 17.4-22.3 234 16.1 14.0-18.5 140 8.4 6.8-10.2
Female 1,400 425 29.5 26.7-32.4 362 25.0 22.4-27.8 228 17.3 15.0-19.9 155 11.9 10.0-14.2 230 16.3 14.1-18.8
RACE
White 2,031 581 26.7 24.5-29.1 555 27.3 25.0-29.6 378 20.6 18.5-22.9 280 14.4 12.7-16.4 237 11.0 9.5-12.7
African American 518 168 33.0 28.5-37.8 120 22.4 18.5-26.8 67 13.0 10.0-16.7 65 14.1 10.9-18.1 98 17.5 14.1-21.6
Other Minorities 397 97 24.1 19.1-29.9 146 38.1 32.3-44.2 76 18.9 14.6-24.1 43 11.3 7.8-16.0 35 7.6 5.2-11.1
HISPANIC
Yes 310 76 20.8 16.3-26.2 110 37.3 31.0-44.1 69 22.6 17.4-28.9 34 12.1 8.0-17.8 21 7.2 4.4-11.4
No 2,637 767 28.5 26.4-30.6 713 26.4 24.5-28.5 455 18.3 16.6-20.2 354 14.2 12.7-15.9 348 12.6 11.1-14.2
AGE GROUPS
Under 5 670 117 16.8 13.8-20.4 189 26.8 23.0-31.0 166 24.3 20.7-28.4 157 23.6 19.9-27.6 41 8.5 6.0-11.8
5 through 10 929 270 29.1 25.8-32.8 322 33.8 30.3-37.5 165 18.5 15.7-21.7 93 9.7 7.7-12.2 79 8.9 6.9-11.4
11 through 13 546 174 31.8 27.3-36.7 150 24.9 20.9-29.5 92 17.2 13.6-21.5 64 14.3 10.9-18.4 66 11.8 8.9-15.4
14 through 17 808 285 35.3 31.3-39.5 163 18.6 15.6-22.0 101 13.6 10.8-16.9 75 10.4 8.0-13.4 184 22.2 18.8-25.9
PARENT EDUCATION
Less H.S. 203 56 26.6 19.7-34.8 57 28.4 21.4-36.6 41 16.7 11.5-23.5 26 18.0 11.8-26.5 23 10.4 6.2-16.8
H.S. 599 188 30.5 26.2-35.2 161 24.1 20.3-28.5 99 17.1 13.7-21.1 70 14.5 11.1-18.7 81 13.7 10.7-17.5
Some College 740 226 29.8 26.0-34.0 203 27.9 24.1-31.9 119 17.3 14.1-20.9 106 14.8 11.9-18.2 86 10.3 7.9-13.2
College Graduate 1,408 376 26.2 23.5-29.1 401 27.7 25.0-30.5 265 20.1 17.7-22.8 187 13.1 11.1-15.3 179 12.9 10.9-15.2
SCHOOL
Public 2,006 659 32.6 30.1-35.1 543 26.0 23.7-28.3 316 17.0 15.1-19.2 201 10.8 9.3-12.6 287 13.6 11.9-15.5
Private/Home 236 62 24.1 18.1-31.3 84 38.6 31.2-46.7 36 15.0 10.3-21.3 25 11.6 7.4-17.6 29 10.7 6.9-16.3
GRADE
Not In School 711 125 17.7 14.5-21.3 197 26.3 22.7-30.3 172 23.7 20.2-27.6 163 23.0 19.5-26.9 54 9.3 6.9-12.5
K-5th 822 244 28.7 25.1-32.5 279 33.6 29.9-37.6 141 18.0 15.1-21.4 79 9.8 7.6-12.6 79 9.9 7.7-12.7
6th-8th 551 174 31.6 27.1-36.5 141 23.1 19.2-27.5 98 18.2 14.5-22.6 68 14.9 11.5-19.1 70 12.2 9.3-15.9
9th-12th* 699 253 35.7 31.4-40.3 144 19.2 15.9-23.0 81 13.1 10.2-16.8 61 9.4 7.0-12.5 160 22.6 19.0-26.7
HEALTH INSURANCE
State Health Plan 188 59 32.3 24.5-41.2 61 30.8 23.6-39.1 28 16.2 10.7-23.9 17 9.7 5.7-16.0 23 11.0 6.8-17.3
Private 1,549 446 26.7 24.2-29.4 414 27.0 24.5-29.8 287 19.8 17.5-22.4 192 13.0 11.1-15.2 210 13.4 11.4-15.5
Health Choice 134 45 32.0 23.4-42.0 38 28.5 19.9-38.9 18 16.2 9.7-25.8 15 14.1 8.1-23.2 18 9.2 5.2-15.9
Medicaid 623 162 26.2 22.2-30.7 174 26.6 22.6-31.0 118 17.6 14.3-21.4 110 18.1 14.7-22.1 59 11.5 8.6-15.2
Other 210 69 35.6 27.9-44.2 60 25.3 19.1-32.7 34 19.2 13.2-27.2 24 11.5 7.0-18.4 23 8.4 4.9-13.8
No health insurance 226 60 30.9 23.7-39.1 70 25.8 19.8-32.9 36 15.9 10.8-22.7 27 14.0 9.0-21.1 33 13.4 8.9-19.7
CHILDREN WITH SHCN**
Yes 661 185 26.1 22.3-30.2 176 27.3 23.3-31.6 97 14.1 11.2-17.5 113 18.0 14.7-22.0 90 14.6 11.5-18.3
No 2,222 643 28.6 26.4-30.9 625 26.8 24.7-29.0 417 20.1 18.1-22.2 269 13.0 11.4-14.9 268 11.5 10.0-13.2

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*Includes those in college or other post high school education
**SHCN=Children with Special Health Care Needs

***These data are for children 1 year old or older.

^Use caution in interpreting percentages with a numerator of less than 20. N = numerator, % = 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.

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