A pregnant woman with HIV can get treatment to help reduce the chances that she will pass the virus to her
baby?
Females age 18-44
Kentucky BRFSS 2003


Demographic
Groups

Total
Respond.#
True
 
N       %   C.I.(95%)
False
 
N       %   C.I.(95%)
Don't know
 
N       %   C.I.(95%)
TOTAL 1779 1044  58.2  (54.7-61.7) 325  19.0  (16.3-22.1) 410  22.7  (19.8-25.9)
     GENDER        
Male    0      
Female 1779 1044  58.2  (54.7-61.7) 325  19.0  (16.3-22.1) 410  22.7  (19.8-25.9)
   RACE/ETHNICITY        
White/NH 1646  967  58.3  (54.5-61.9) 302  19.4  (16.5-22.8) 377  22.3  (19.3-25.7)
African American/NH   73   42  61.3  (46.3-74.5)  14  17.6  ( 9.1-31.2)  17  21.1  (12.2-33.9)
Hispanic   25   16  70.7  (45.1-87.6)   6  23.0  ( 8.7-48.3)   3   6.3  ( 1.6-22.0)
       AGE        
18-24  249  140  52.6  (43.1-61.8)  53  25.6  (17.8-35.2)  56  21.9  (14.9-30.9)
25-34  678  416  59.4  (54.0-64.6) 126  18.9  (15.1-23.4) 136  21.7  (17.3-26.9)
35-44  852  488  60.7  (56.0-65.2) 146  15.2  (12.2-18.7) 218  24.1  (20.3-28.4)
45-54    0      
55-64    0      
65+    0      
     EDUCATION        
Less Than H.S.  206  106  53.2  (43.1-63.0)  43  24.0  (16.4-33.8)  57  22.8  (16.2-31.0)
H.S. or G.E.D.  703  359  49.0  (43.1-54.9) 151  23.3  (18.2-29.4) 193  27.7  (22.6-33.5)
Some Post-H.S.  482  301  63.9  (57.5-69.9)  86  16.0  (12.2-20.7)  95  20.1  (15.2-26.0)
College Graduate  387  277  70.2  (62.9-76.6)  45  12.6  ( 8.5-18.1)  65  17.3  (12.1-24.1)
  HOUSEHOLD INCOME        
Less than $15,000  220  119  55.5  (45.2-65.3)  44  23.8  (15.9-34.1)  57  20.7  (14.4-28.9)
$15,000- 24,999  331  185  58.5  (50.1-66.4)  66  18.8  (13.0-26.3)  80  22.7  (16.9-29.9)
$25,000- 34,999  238  144  59.0  (49.4-67.9)  43  19.4  (13.6-27.1)  51  21.6  (14.1-31.6)
$35,000- 49,999  298  181  61.9  (53.9-69.3)  59  16.7  (12.1-22.7)  58  21.3  (15.0-29.4)
$50,000 - 74,999  226  142  64.6  (54.6-73.5)  36  12.8  ( 8.0-19.8)  48  22.6  (14.8-33.0)
$75,000 +  171  116  63.0  (50.7-73.9)  29  18.3  (11.5-28.1)  26  18.6  ( 9.7-32.8)

# The CDC strongly urges all data users to follow the general rule of not reporting or interpreting percentages
based upon a denominator with fewer than 50 unweighted respondents or confidence intervals with a half-width
of > 10.
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.