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Sustained Abuse Injury: Head, Internal, or Permanent Injury *

1999 North Carolina Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System Survey Results
  No Yes
Demographic Groups Total Respondents N % 95% C.I. N % 95% C.I.
Total 61 61 100 - 0 0.0 -
Age
< 20 years 19 19 100 - 0 0.0 -
20-24 years 15 15 100 - 0 0.0 -
25-34 years 25 25 100 - 0 0.0 -
35+ years 2 2 100 - 0 0.0 -
Mother's Race
White 28 28 100 - 0 0.0 -
African American 31 31 100 - 0 0.0 -
Other Minorities 2 2 100 - 0 0.0 -
Hispanic origin
Yes 2 2 100 - 0 0.0 -
No 59 59 100 - 0 0.0 -
Education
< High School 25 25 100 - 0 0.0 -
High School 25 25 100 - 0 0.0 -
> High School 11 11 100 - 0 0.0 -
Marital Status
Married 22 22 100 - 0 0.0 -
Other 39 39 100 - 0 0.0 -
Income
15,999 or less 37 37 100 - 0 0.0 -
16,000-24,999 10 10 100 - 0 0.0 -
25,000-39,999 4 4 100 - 0 0.0 -
40,000 or more 5 5 100 - 0 0.0 -
WIC recipient
No 18 18 100 - 0 0.0 -
Yes 43 43 100 - 0 0.0 -
Medicaid recipient
No 10 10 100 - 0 0.0 -
Yes 51 51 100 - 0 0.0 -
Infant's birth weight
Under 1500 grams 13 13 100 - 0 0.0 -
1500-2499 grams 28 28 100 - 0 0.0 -
2500+ grams 20 20 100 - 0 0.0 -

*Survey Question:
Since you had your new baby, did any of these things happen to you as a result of physical abuse by
anyone? 66d. I had a head injury, internal injury, or a permanent injury

Percents based on fewer than 50 total respondents may not be reliable.
Interpret these percentages with caution. C.I. = confidence interval.