Pregnancy Risk Assessment Survey 2009-2011
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Table 1. Percentage* of Women Who Had an Unintended Pregnancy (1)
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By Selected Maternal Characteristics and Outcomes
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Rhode Island, 2009-2011
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Individual Year
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200920102011
2009-2011 Combined
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%%%%95% CI**P-Value
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State-Wide Percent37.338.638.838.236.4-40.1
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Age<.0001
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< 20 yrs76.179.177.777.671.1-82.9
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20 - 29 yrs43.144.547.645.042.3-47.8
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>= 30 yrs21.725.422.623.321.1-25.7
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Race<.0001
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White31.131.033.231.829.6-34.0
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Black47.763.858.857.550.2-64.4
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Other48.847.147.447.844.2-51.4
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Hispanic Ethnicity<.0001
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Yes47.747.745.647.143.1-51.1
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No34.436.136.835.833.7-37.9
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Education, years<.0001
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<1257.056.255.256.150.8-61.3
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1246.246.349.247.143.3-51.0
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> 1225.229.130.328.226.1-30.5
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Marital Status<.0001
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Married22.122.122.522.220.3-24.3
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Unmarried57.258.460.558.755.7-61.5
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Annual Household Income
<.0001
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< $10,00055.866.962.462.057.2-66.5
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$10,000 - $24,99947.545.651.748.343.9-52.7
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$25,000 - $49,99944.042.540.242.437.9-46.9
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$50,000/+17.420.319.719.116.9-21.5
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Health Insurance***<.0001
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Public53.952.554.053.550.6-56.3
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Private21.123.825.223.421.2-25.7
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Parity0.9656
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1st Birth34.341.039.738.235.5-41.1
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2nd or Later40.137.137.838.335.9-40.8
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Birth Weight0.1093
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Low (<2500g)41.438.540.340.138.6-41.6
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Normal (>=2500g)37.038.638.738.136.2-40.1
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WIC Program Participation
<.0001
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No22.623.425.623.921.8-26.2
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Yes52.953.553.853.450.6-56.1
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(1) Q11. Thinking back to just before you got pregnanct with your new baby, how did you feel about becoming pregnant?
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[Unintended pregnancy includes categories of women who wanted to be pregnant later or did not want to be pregnant then
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or any time.]
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* Weighted Percentage
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** 95% Confidence Interval
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*** Health Insurance Status is determined by the source of prenatal care payment.
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1. Unintended Pregnancy
2. Pre-Pregnancy Obesity
3. Multivitamin Use
4. Intimate Partner Violence
5. Tobacco Use
6. Prenatal Care
7A. Flu Shot Recommended
7B. Flu Shot Uptake
8. Tested for HIV
9. Dental Visit
10A. Depression during Preg
10B. Postpartum Depression
11. Low Birth Weight
12. Preterm Birth
13A. Ever Breastfed
13B. Current Breastfeeding
14. Infant Sleep Position