Are you or your[if female, insert husband/partner; if male, insert wife/partner] doing anything now to keep
[if female, insert 'you'; insert 'her' if male] from getting pregnant? Some things people do to keep from
getting pregnant include not having sex at certain times, using birth control methods such ase the pill,
Norplant, shots or Depo-provera, condoms, diaphragm, foam, IUD, having their tubes tied, or having a vasectomy.
Kentucky BRFSS 2002


Demographic
Groups

Total
Respond.#
Yes
 
N       %   C.I.(95%)
No
 
N       %   C.I.(95%)
Not sexually active
 
N       %   C.I.(95%)
Same sex partner
 
N       %   C.I.(95%)
Don't know
 
N       %   C.I.(95%)
TOTAL 2966 1591  53.5  (50.6-56.5) 681  23.0  (20.6-25.7) 608  19.8  (17.6-22.3) 61   2.9  ( 2.0- 4.0) 25   0.7  ( 0.4- 1.3)
     GENDER            
Male 1406  643  49.5  (45.6-53.4) 351  23.2  (20.3-26.5) 358  22.9  (19.8-26.3) 38   3.4  ( 2.2- 5.2) 16   1.0  ( 0.5- 2.0)
Female 1560  948  59.2  (54.6-63.6) 330  22.7  (18.7-27.3) 250  15.6  (12.5-19.3) 23   2.2  ( 1.3- 3.7)  9   0.3  ( 0.2- 0.8)
   RACE/ETHNICITY            
White/NH 2730 1482  53.9  (50.8-56.9) 630  23.8  (21.2-26.7) 539  18.5  (16.3-20.9) 57   3.0  ( 2.1- 4.3) 22   0.8  ( 0.4- 1.4)
African American/NH  125   57  55.6  (43.0-67.5)  23  12.0  ( 7.0-20.0)  42  29.8  (19.8-42.3)  2   1.7  ( 0.3- 8.9)  1   0.9  ( 0.1- 5.9)
       AGE            
18-24  372  203  53.7  (45.1-62.1)  42  11.1  ( 5.3-21.8) 124  34.8  (27.6-42.8)  1   0.2  ( 0.0- 1.7)  2   0.2  ( 0.0- 1.0)
25-34  851  501  57.0  (51.7-62.2) 194  25.2  (20.8-30.3) 133  13.1  (10.0-17.1) 19   4.2  ( 2.3- 7.5)  4   0.4  ( 0.1- 1.2)
35-44 1158  667  57.3  (53.0-61.5) 252  22.3  (19.1-25.9) 208  17.4  (14.1-21.3) 24   2.6  ( 1.6- 4.2)  7   0.4  ( 0.2- 0.9)
45-54  419  176  46.7  (39.6-54.0) 129  30.9  (25.1-37.3)  95  14.9  (11.4-19.2) 10   4.8  ( 2.2-10.2)  9   2.8  ( 1.1- 6.7)
55-59  166   44  28.0  (19.5-38.3)  64  43.5  (32.5-55.1)  48  24.0  (16.0-34.3)  7   2.8  ( 1.2- 6.4)  3   1.8  ( 0.5- 6.1)
     EDUCATION            
Less Than H.S.  417  209  52.7  (45.0-60.3)  95  22.5  (17.2-29.0) 102  22.4  (16.6-29.5)  5   1.2  ( 0.4- 4.0)  6   1.2  ( 0.5- 2.9)
H.S. or G.E.D. 1235  661  52.0  (47.2-56.7) 277  22.9  (18.7-27.7) 257  21.2  (17.7-25.3) 29   3.0  ( 1.8- 5.0) 11   0.9  ( 0.4- 2.1)
Some Post-H.S.  801  439  56.1  (50.7-61.3) 191  22.1  (18.4-26.4) 150  18.9  (14.7-24.1) 17   2.6  ( 1.4- 4.8)  4   0.3  ( 0.1- 0.9)
College Graduate  511  281  54.3  (47.6-60.9) 118  25.1  (19.5-31.6)  98  15.7  (12.0-20.3) 10   4.1  ( 1.9- 8.7)  4   0.7  ( 0.2- 2.4)
  HOUSEHOLD INCOME            
Less than $15,000  341  145  40.6  (30.9-51.1)  63  24.4  (13.2-40.8) 126  32.9  (24.0-43.3)  3   1.3  ( 0.4- 4.9)  4   0.7  ( 0.2- 2.5)
$15,000- 24,999  512  256  56.7  (49.9-63.2) 114  19.8  (15.5-25.0) 127  20.2  (15.7-25.5) 11   1.4  ( 0.7- 3.1)  4   1.9  ( 0.6- 5.5)
$25,000- 34,999  395  235  58.5  (50.9-65.6)  79  19.6  (14.8-25.6)  71  18.8  (13.1-26.2)  9   3.0  ( 1.4- 6.2)  1   0.1  ( 0.0- 0.8)
$35,000- 49,999  465  264  53.9  (47.0-60.6) 123  26.2  (21.0-32.2)  63  15.9  (10.5-23.4) 10   2.9  ( 1.2- 6.8)  5   1.0  ( 0.4- 2.9)
$50,000 - 74,999  411  241  54.4  (47.1-61.6) 114  28.1  (21.8-35.3)  40  12.1  ( 7.9-18.1) 16   5.3  ( 2.9- 9.7)  
$75,000 +  276  172  61.2  (52.5-69.2)  83  31.5  (24.1-39.8)  15   3.5  ( 1.8- 6.6)  5   3.7  ( 1.2-10.8)  1   0.1  ( 0.0- 0.7)

Respondents include only those females age 18-44 who are not pregnant and males age 18-59.
#Use caution in interpreting data for total respondents less than 50. N = Cell Size, NH = Non-Hispanic, %
= Percentage, C.I.(95%) = Confidence Interval (at 95 percent probability level).
Percentages are weighted to population characteristics.
Unless stated differently above, Missing, 'Don't know', and Refused responses are excluded.