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 2002


Demographic
Groups

Total
Respond.#
True
 
N       %   C.I.(95%)
False
 
N       %   C.I.(95%)
Don't know
 
N       %   C.I.(95%)
TOTAL 1660 933  53.8  (49.5-58.1) 301  22.8  (18.5-27.8) 426  23.4  (20.3-26.7)
     GENDER        
Male    0      
Female 1660 933  53.8  (49.5-58.1) 301  22.8  (18.5-27.8) 426  23.4  (20.3-26.7)
   RACE/ETHNICITY        
White/NH 1524 854  53.2  (48.7-57.7) 274  23.5  (18.8-28.9) 396  23.3  (20.2-26.7)
African American/NH   76  43  51.8  (34.4-68.7)  13  13.1  ( 6.2-25.6)  20  35.1  (19.8-54.4)
       AGE        
18-24  253 141  46.1  (35.0-57.5)  59  35.1  (23.1-49.2)  53  18.9  (12.1-28.2)
25-34  610 373  63.2  (57.3-68.7)  90  15.8  (11.6-21.0) 147  21.1  (16.8-26.1)
35-44  797 419  50.5  (45.1-55.9) 152  21.3  (16.2-27.4) 226  28.2  (23.8-33.0)
     EDUCATION        
Less Than H.S.  196 100  50.2  (39.7-60.7)  43  28.9  (19.1-41.1)  53  20.9  (14.5-29.2)
H.S. or G.E.D.  657 336  47.4  (40.0-55.0) 126  27.6  (19.4-37.6) 195  25.0  (19.8-31.0)
Some Post-H.S.  496 303  60.0  (53.3-66.3)  92  18.8  (14.2-24.5) 101  21.2  (16.1-27.4)
College Graduate  310 194  60.8  (52.2-68.8)  40  14.7  ( 8.6-23.9)  76  24.5  (18.3-32.0)
  HOUSEHOLD INCOME        
Less than $15,000  216 107  47.3  (31.5-63.7)  49  31.7  (15.0-54.9)  60  21.0  (12.7-32.6)
$15,000- 24,999  300 156  52.0  (42.8-61.1)  59  22.5  (15.2-32.1)  85  25.4  (18.6-33.7)
$25,000- 34,999  232 138  58.1  (48.8-66.7)  38  16.3  (10.8-24.0)  56  25.6  (18.2-34.7)
$35,000- 49,999  242 155  59.9  (47.9-70.7)  41  23.9  (13.5-38.7)  46  16.2  (10.9-23.6)
$50,000 - 74,999  214 131  61.6  (51.4-70.9)  31  17.4  (10.1-28.3)  52  21.1  (14.6-29.4)
$75,000 +  132  79  51.3  (38.6-63.8)  23  24.1  (12.9-40.5)  30  24.6  (15.7-36.4)

#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.