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2009 North Carolina Statewide CHAMP Survey Results

Immunizations

Has (CHILD) had any shots of the HPV vaccine?***

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  Total
Respond.#
Yes No
N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%)
TOTAL 530 205 37.3 31.8-43.1 325 62.7 56.9-68.2
GENDER
Female 530 205 37.3 31.8-43.1 325 62.7 56.9-68.2
RACE
White 400 155 37.7 31.3-44.5 245 62.3 55.5-68.7
African American 73 32 42.2 29.3-56.3 41 57.8 43.7-70.7
Other Minorities 57 18 26.6 15.3-42.1 39 73.4 57.9-84.7
HISPANIC
Yes 33 13 34.3 18.8-54.2 20 65.7 45.8-81.2
No 497 192 37.6 31.9-43.7 305 62.4 56.3-68.1
AGE GROUPS
10 39 0 0.0 . - . 39 100 . - .
11 through 13 185 54 29.7 21.6-39.4 131 70.3 60.6-78.4
14 through 17 306 151 49.2 41.4-57.0 155 50.8 43.0-58.6
PARENT EDUCATION
Less H.S. 24 10 37.4 17.6-62.6 14 62.6 37.4-82.4
H.S. 94 37 38.7 25.5-53.8 57 61.3 46.2-74.5
Some College 139 48 35.2 25.5-46.3 91 64.8 53.7-74.5
College Graduate 273 110 37.9 30.4-46.0 163 62.1 54.0-69.6
SCHOOL
Public 467 187 38.8 32.9-45.1 280 61.2 54.9-67.1
Private/Home 62 17 27.1 15.4-43.1 45 72.9 56.9-84.6
GRADE
4th-5th 61 5 10.1 3.2-27.9 56 89.9 72.1-96.8
6th-8th 182 62 32.8 24.2-42.7 120 67.2 57.3-75.8
9th-12th* 286 137 48.2 40.3-56.2 149 51.8 43.8-59.7
HEALTH INSURANCE
State Health Plan 22 10 59.9 34.1-81.1 12 40.1 18.9-65.9
Private 319 121 32.9 26.7-39.8 198 67.1 60.2-73.3
Health Choice 33 12 48.2 26.7-70.4 21 51.8 29.6-73.3
Medicaid 77 39 44.3 30.5-59.1 38 55.7 40.9-69.5
Other 36 12 33.0 15.4-57.2 24 67.0 42.8-84.6
No health insurance 36 10 41.7 22.0-64.3 26 58.3 35.7-78.0
CHILDREN WITH SHCN**
Yes 46 26 56.6 36.0-75.2 20 43.4 24.8-64.0
No 482 178 35.0 29.5-41.0 304 65.0 59.0-70.5

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

***Asked only for females 10 years and older.

^Use caution in interpreting cell sizes less than 50. 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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