Drinking and Driving
Numerator: Respondents who reported having driven after having too much to drink, one or more times in the past month
Denominator: Among all respondents, excluding unknowns and refused

Subpopulation Number of Respondents at Risk (n) Weighted Percent of Subpopulation at Risk (%) 95% Confidence Interval
Total 93 2.8 2.2-3.5
       
Age Group      
18-24 24 7.7 4.3-11.2
25-34 31 4.7 3.0-6.5
35-44 19 2.3 1.2-3.4
45-54 11 1.6 0.6-2.6
55-64 4 1.2 0-2.3
65-74 1 0.3 0-0.8
75+ 2 0.6 0-1.4
       
Sex      
Male 62 4.5 3.3-5.8
Female 31 1.3 0.8-1.7
       
Race/Ethnicity      
White, Non-Hispanic 83 2.9 2.2-3.6
Black, Non-Hispanic 2 1.4 0-3.5
Hispanic 7 3.4 0.7-6.1
Other 0 - -
       
Education      
< High School Graduate 9 2.8 0.9-4.6
High School Graduate 32 2.7 1.7-3.7
Some College 32 3.6 2.1-5.1
College Graduate 19 2.1 1.1-3.0
       
Household Income      
$0-$9,999 3 5.0 0-11.4
$10,000-$19,999 11 2.6 0.9-4.3
$20,000-$34,999 30 3.4 2.1-4.7
$35,000-$49,999 19 3.6 1.9-5.3
$50,000+ 24 3.5 1.9-5.1
       
Employment      
Employed for Wages 70 3.5 2.6-4.4
Self-Employed 5 1.8 0.2-3.5
Not Employed for Wages 14 4.0 1.5-6.4
Retired 4 0.6 0-1.1
       
Marital Status      
Married 38 1.9 1.3-2.5
Divorced/Separated 16 2.7 1.3-4.1
Widowed 1 0.2 0-0.6
Never Married/Unmarried Couple 37 7.8 4.9-10.6
       
Other      
Limiting pain in last 30 days 16 2.1 1.0-3.2
14+ in last 30 days sad 6 2.1 0.4-3.9
14+ in last 30 days anxious 20 5.2 2.8-7.5
Fair or poor health 8 2.0 0.6-3.4
       
Current smoking 40 6.5 4.3-8.7
High blood pressure 12 1.4 0.5-2.3
Overweight or obese
(Based on NHLBI guidelines, Body mass index >= 25.)
45 2.5 1.7-3.3
Any child in home 33 3.1 1.9-4.3
       
Population Density      
Mixed 26 2.7 1.5-3.6
Rural 18 2.8 1.4-4.3
Urban 47 2.9 2.0-3.9