A drink of alcohol is one can or bottle of beer, one glass of wine, one can or bottle of wine cooler, one
cocktail, or one shot of liquor. During the past 30 days, how many days per week or per month have you had
at least one drink of any alcoholic beverage.?
Kentucky BRFSS 2002


Geographic
Groups

Total
Respond.#
Once or more a week
 
N       %   C.I.(95%)
Once or more in past 30 days
 
N       %   C.I.(95%)
No drinks in past 30 days
 
N       %   C.I.(95%)
TOTAL 6994 164   3.4  ( 2.7- 4.2) 1271  25.3  (23.5-27.2) 5559  71.3  (69.4-73.2)
       ADDs        
Barren River  474   8   3.1  ( 1.2- 8.2)   79  19.3  (15.2-24.2)  387  77.5  (72.0-82.2)
Big Sandy  394   2   1.0  ( 0.2- 4.6)   33  11.5  ( 8.0-16.4)  359  87.5  (82.4-91.2)
Bluegrass  462  18   4.1  ( 2.4- 7.0)  103  24.8  (20.0-30.4)  341  71.0  (65.3-76.2)
Buffalo Trace  393   8   1.4  ( 0.6- 3.1)   57  16.7  (12.2-22.3)  328  81.9  (76.3-86.5)
Cumberland Valley  476   8   1.5  ( 0.7- 3.2)   48  14.1  (10.2-19.3)  420  84.3  (79.2-88.4)
FIVCO  483   8   1.8  ( 0.8- 4.1)   71  20.2  (15.6-25.7)  404  78.0  (72.5-82.7)
Gateway  540  15   3.1  ( 1.7- 5.6)   89  23.0  (17.6-29.5)  436  73.9  (67.5-79.4)
Green River  470   6   1.7  ( 0.7- 4.3)   97  23.6  (18.9-29.1)  367  74.6  (69.1-79.5)
Kentucky River  463  12   3.1  ( 1.6- 5.7)   47  12.8  ( 9.3-17.5)  404  84.1  (79.2-88.0)
KIPDA  501  20   4.7  ( 2.7- 8.0)  156  35.0  (29.4-41.2)  325  60.3  (54.2-66.1)
Lake Cumberland  474  10   2.7  ( 1.3- 5.6)   65  17.0  (12.7-22.5)  399  80.2  (74.7-84.8)
Lincoln Trail  442   9   3.2  ( 1.5- 6.7)   87  23.4  (18.5-29.2)  346  73.4  (67.5-78.6)
Northern Kentucky  478  19   4.5  ( 2.6- 7.6)  168  38.7  (33.5-44.3)  291  56.8  (51.2-62.2)
Pennyrile  485   9   2.0  ( 1.0- 4.2)   83  21.7  (16.3-28.3)  393  76.3  (69.7-81.8)
Purchase  459  12   3.1  ( 1.7- 5.7)   88  21.8  (17.4-26.9)  359  75.1  (69.9-79.7)

#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.