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BRFSS Survey Results 2003 for South Carolina

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Childhood Asthma

How many of these children still have asthma*?

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  Total
Respond.#
One Child Two or More Children None
N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%)
TOTAL 342 217 63.9 57.4-69.9 26 7.1 4.6-10.9 99 29.0 23.3-35.4
GENDER
Male 81 53 61.5 48.1-73.3 3 3.6 1.0-11.6 25 35.0 23.5-48.5
Female 261 164 65.2 58.3-71.5 23 9.1 5.8-14.1 74 25.7 20.2-32.1
RACE
White 214 138 64.9 57.3-71.8 13 7.1 3.9-12.6 63 28.0 21.7-35.3
African American 110 70 67.5 56.8-76.6 10 6.2 3.1-11.9 30 26.3 18.0-36.8

Due to the small number of respondents to this question, no further breakdowns are available.

* This question was asked of respondents who reported having children who had been diagnosed with Asthma.

#Use caution in interpreting cell sizes less than 50. N = Cell Size, % = Percentage, C.I.(95%) = Confidence Interval (at 95 percent probability level).
Percentages are weighted to population characteristics.

** Appalachia I: Anderson, Oconee
Appalachia II: Greenville, Pickens
Appalachia III: Cherokee, Spartanburg, Union
Catawba: Chester, Lancaster, York
Edisto Savannah: Aiken, Allendale, Bamberg, Barnwell, Calhoun, Orangeburg
Low Country: Beaufort, Colleton, Hampton, Jasper
Palmetto: Fairfield, Lexington, Newberry, Richland
Pee Dee: Chesterfield, Darlington, Dillon, Florence, Marion, Marlboro
Trident: Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
Upper Savannah: Abbeville, Edgefield, Greenwood, Laurens, McCormick, Saluda
Waccamaw: Georgetown, Horry, Williamsburg
Wateree: Clarendon, Kershaw, Lee, Sumter

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