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IPHH Survey Report _for MBA Students

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Individual Survey Report – Revision Date: 1/22/2007
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INDIVIDUAL SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRE REPORT:PRIMARY DATA ANALYSIS
 
This publication was supported by Grant No. 5 R24 MD001711-02from the National Center on Minority Health and Health Disparitieswithin the National Institutes of Health.
Linda Powell, MS, CPTMountain States Group, Inc.October 2006
 
 
Individual Survey Report – Revision Date: 1/22/2007
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IDAHO PARTNERSHIP FOR HISPANIC HEALTHINDIVIDUAL SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRE REPORT: PRIMARY DATA ANALYSIS
A total of 519 individual interviews were completed from June 21, 2006 through August 4, 2006. Four other records were eliminated from the data because they were dated prior to the start of the actual interviews (2records) or were missing significant pieces of data (2 records). Of these 320 or 61.7% were female, and 199 or 38.3% were male. The survey methodology was based on identifying Census Tracts with a greater percentageof Hispanics in each of the ten counties comprising two health districts. Two counties were eliminated (Valleyand Adams) because the percentage of Hispanics was too small, leaving the survey area consisting of the 8counties. From that point, the Core Team determined a need for at least 215 interviews in each of the twohealth districts or 430 total. The Core Team decided to increase the number of interviews in the more ruralcommunities to better represent their concerns. The following table is a listing of the counties, the number of interviews that were targeted, and the actual number of respondents by county.
County
 
# RespondentsPercent oTotal
 
Target
 
Ada
 
8416.2%80
 
Boise
 
20.4%25
 
Canyon
 
16932.6%150
 
Elmore
 
7314.1%70
 
Gem
 
275.2%25
 
Owyhee
 
6011.6%60
 
Payette
 
6312.1%60
 
Washington
 
417.9%40
 
Total
 
519100.10%510
 The following section provides the actual data for each of the questions asked.
PRIMARY DATA ANALYSIS
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How old are you? (enter in years)Of the total 519 respondents, only 4 didn’t supply their age. The remaining ages are distributed in the chart below.
 
 
Individual Survey Report – Revision Date: 1/22/2007
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Age Distribution of all Respondents
128231217191915161518182313182014111710817158118797476311698 8241423142 2410412121 1010 01 1
0510152025
1820222426283032343638404244464850525456586062646668707274767880
 The vast majority (70%) of respondents were age 40 and under. Only 34 were 60 and older (7%) and theremaining 23% were between 41 and 59 years of age.
2.
What is your sex?Close to 62% of respondents were female (320) and 38% were males (199). The following table and thechart below show the distribution of respondent sex by age groups.AgeSurvey Males Survey Females18 to 25 58 6726 to 35 57 10936 to 45 43 6746 to 55 25 4456 to 65 7 1866 to 75 8 975+ 0 3Unknown 1 3Totals 199 320
Age/Sex Distribution
5857432576710967441898133
050100150200
  1  8   t  o   2   5  2  6   t  o   3   5  3  6   t  o   4   5  4  6   t  o    5   5   5  6   t  o   6   5  6  6   t  o    7   5   7   5  +   U  n   k  n  o  w  n
Survey FemalesSurvey Males
 

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