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2005 North Carolina Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System Survey Results

MENTAL HEALTH

Since your new baby was born, how often have you had little interest or little pleasure in doing things?

Demographic
Groups
Total
Respond.#
ALWAYS OFTEN/ALMOST ALWAYS SOMETIMES RARELY NEVER
N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%)
Total 1011 37 3.7 2.4- 5.5 112 11.1 8.9-13.8 226 22.6 19.5-26.1 333 32.3 28.8-36.0 303 30.4 26.9-34.0
Age
< 20 years 94 6 6.8 2.5-17.2 16 12.1 6.1-22.7 31 37.5 25.8-50.8 20 19.2 11.0-31.3 21 24.5 14.9-37.4
20-24 years 249 11 2.4 0.9- 6.0 34 13.3 8.7-19.7 56 21.4 15.5-28.7 76 28.9 22.2-36.7 72 34.1 26.9-42.1
25-34 years 512 17 4.0 2.3- 6.9 47 10.1 7.2-13.9 112 22.2 18.1-27.0 176 34.3 29.4-39.4 160 29.4 24.9-34.4
35+ years 156 3 2.5 0.7- 9.1 15 10.3 5.5-18.6 27 15.9 9.9-24.5 61 40.0 30.7-49.9 50 31.3 23.0-41.0
Race
White 726 21 2.8 1.6- 4.8 68 8.8 6.6-11.7 152 20.7 17.3-24.6 251 34.3 30.3-38.6 234 33.4 29.3-37.6
Black 245 15 6.8 3.4-13.0 38 18.9 12.8-26.9 61 25.1 18.3-33.5 68 24.8 18.1-33.0 63 24.4 17.8-32.5
Other 40 1 3.7 0.5-22.1 6 15.1 5.4-35.6 13 47.1 28.6-66.4 14 31.2 16.0-51.9 6 2.9 1.2- 6.7
Hispanic origin
Yes 132 4 2.6 0.7- 8.8 10 7.6 3.7-15.3 42 36.8 27.6-47.1 30 21.9 14.7-31.3 46 31.1 22.6-41.0
No 879 33 3.9 2.5- 6.0 102 11.8 9.3-14.8 184 19.8 16.7-23.4 303 34.3 30.5-38.4 257 30.2 26.5-34.2
Education
< High School 200 11 5.5 2.7-11.1 22 9.7 5.7-15.9 62 32.0 24.6-40.6 51 27.5 20.4-35.8 54 25.3 18.6-33.5
High School 288 14 4.7 2.3- 9.6 36 12.0 7.8-17.9 72 25.9 19.7-33.3 81 26.2 20.1-33.4 85 31.2 24.6-38.6
> High School 521 12 2.3 1.2- 4.6 54 11.4 8.4-15.4 91 16.6 13.0-20.8 200 37.2 32.4-42.4 164 32.5 27.8-37.5
Marital Status
Married 643 14 1.3 0.6- 2.8 62 8.6 6.3-11.6 128 19.9 16.4-23.9 231 35.5 31.2-40.1 208 34.6 30.3-39.2
Other 368 23 7.7 4.7-12.3 50 15.5 11.1-21.1 98 27.4 21.7-33.9 102 26.6 21.0-33.0 95 22.9 17.7-29.0
Income
14,999 or less 295 17 5.5 2.9-10.1 45 14.3 9.8-20.3 87 31.7 25.1-39.1 77 24.6 18.8-31.4 69 24.0 18.2-30.9
15,000-24,999 156 8 4.5 1.7-11.3 25 15.5 9.5-24.5 32 18.7 12.0-28.0 44 29.1 20.6-39.3 47 32.2 23.3-42.6
25,000-49,999 177 3 1.2 0.2- 6.4 17 11.1 6.5-18.2 27 12.5 7.8-19.3 81 47.0 38.4-55.8 49 28.2 21.0-36.6
50,000 or more 293 5 2.1 0.8- 5.4 17 4.9 2.6- 8.9 55 20.1 15.1-26.4 108 34.6 28.3-41.4 108 38.3 31.8-45.2
WIC recipient
No 551 15 3.0 1.6- 5.5 44 8.3 5.9-11.6 99 18.6 14.9-22.9 205 36.3 31.6-41.3 188 33.8 29.2-38.7
Yes 450 22 4.5 2.5- 7.8 65 14.6 10.8-19.4 123 26.8 21.8-32.5 127 27.7 22.6-33.4 113 26.4 21.4-32.1
Medicaid recipient
No 469 9 2.2 1.0- 4.6 34 6.8 4.5-10.2 83 17.9 14.1-22.5 188 39.9 34.7-45.3 155 33.2 28.3-38.5
Yes 542 28 5.0 3.0- 8.0 78 14.8 11.4-19.2 143 26.8 22.2-31.9 145 25.6 21.1-30.6 148 27.9 23.2-33.0
Infant's birth weight
Under 2500 grams 454 19 4.6 3.0- 7.1 53 11.8 9.1-15.1 105 23.4 19.8-27.5 149 31.9 27.9-36.3 128 28.3 24.4-32.6
2500+ grams 557 18 3.6 2.3- 5.6 59 11.0 8.6-14.0 121 22.6 19.2-26.3 184 32.3 28.5-36.3 175 30.5 26.8-34.5

~Due to low response rates in the later part of the year, the 2005 PRAMS tables only comprise data for January through August births.

#Use caution in interpreting cell sizes less than 50.
N = Cell Size, % = Percentage, C.I.(95%) = Confidence Interval (at 95 percent probability level).
The percentages shown are weighted percentages, designed to reflect the entire population of North Carolina women having a live birth.

This page was generated on 25JUN07

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