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NEW HAMPSHIRE

2007

Level of agreement with the statement that people are caring and sympathetic to persons with mental illness - Adjusted proportions Tables †

Level of agreement with the statement that treatment can help persons with mental illness lead normal lives - Adjusted proportions Tables †

Level of agreement with the statement that people are caring and sympathetic to persons with mental illness - Unadjusted proportion Tables

Level of agreement with the statement that treatment can help persons with mental illness lead normal lives - Unadjusted proportions Tables

Level of agreement with the statement that people are caring and sympathetic to persons with mental illness - Adjusted proportions † NEW HAMPSHIRE, 2007

Agree strongly
Agree slightly
Neither agree nor disagree
Disagree slightly
Disagree strongly
Characteristics
Sample Size
%
(95% CI)
%
(95% CI)
%
(95% CI)
%
(95% CI)
%
(95% CI)
TOTAL
5,296
21.5
(20.1-23.0)
38.2
(36.5-39.9)
3.6
(3.0-4.3)
26.1
(24.7-27.6)
10.6
(9.6-11.7)
Age group (yrs)
18-24
166
14.5
(9.6-21.4)
45.2
(36.8-54.0)
3.8
(1.7-8.3)*
27.1
(20.1-35.4)
9.4
(5.2-16.3)
25-34
473
16.6
(13.0-20.8)
43.5
(38.6-48.5)
4.2
(2.7-6.6)
26.9
(22.6-31.6)
8.9
(6.3-12.2)
35-54
2,093
19.4
(17.4-21.7)
38.2
(35.8-40.6)
3.2
(2.4-4.1)
27.5
(25.4-29.7)
11.7
(10.3-13.4)
55+
2,515
29.6
(27.5-31.7)
32.5
(30.4-34.7)
3.7
(3.0-4.7)
23.6
(21.8-25.4)
10.6
(9.3-12.0)
Sex
Male
2,047
22.7
(20.5-24.9)
43.3
(40.6-46.0)
4
(3.2-5.2)
22.4
(20.3-24.7)
7.6
(6.2-9.1)
Female
3,249
20.5
(18.8-22.3)
33.3
(31.3-35.3)
3.2
(2.5-4.0)
29.7
(27.7-31.6)
13.4
(12.0-14.9)
Race/Ethnicity
White, non-Hispanic
4,999
18.9
(17.7-20.3)
39.3
(37.6-41.0)
3.6
(3.0-4.3)
27.8
(26.3-29.4)
10.3
(9.3-11.4)
Black, non-Hispanic
21
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Hispanic
74
19.1
(9.9-33.8)*
31.8
(20.6-45.6)
6.7
(2.7-16.0)*
17.7
(10.2-28.9)
24.6
(14.7-38.2)
Other
158
26.5
(18.7-36.2)
32.8
(24.5-42.2)
4.6
(2.0-10.4)*
24.3
(17.0-33.5)
11.8
(7.5-18.2)
Educational level
<High School
313
33.7
(27.0-41.1)
29.1
(22.5-36.7)
2.3
(1.2-4.7)*
20
(14.5-26.9)
14.9
(10.0-21.6)
High School graduate
1,450
26.7
(23.9-29.8)
35.8
(32.6-39.1)
3.7
(2.6-5.2)
23.3
(20.5-26.4)
10.5
(8.8-12.5)
Some College
1,324
18.4
(16.0-21.1)
39.9
(36.6-43.3)
3.8
(2.7-5.3)
27.1
(24.2-30.3)
10.7
(8.9-12.9)
> College Graduate
2,200
15.5
(13.7-17.4)
40.7
(38.1-43.2)
3.7
(2.9-4.7)
29.8
(27.6-32.2)
10.4
(8.8-12.1)
Household Income
< $20,000
630
25.5
(21.3-30.1)
28.5
(23.8-33.8)
4.1
(2.1-7.8)*
25.3
(20.9-30.3)
16.6
(13.3-20.6)
$20,000-$35,000
835
23.7
(20.3-27.5)
35.3
(31.2-39.6)
3.1
(2.0-4.7)
25.4
(21.7-29.4)
12.6
(9.9-15.9)
$35,000-$50,000
783
21.1
(17.8-24.8)
37.6
(33.4-42.0)
3.1
(2.0-4.9)
26.9
(23.2-31.0)
11.3
(8.7-14.5)
$50,000-$75,000
847
21.5
(18.2-25.2)
40
(36.1-44.1)
5
(3.6-6.9)
24.2
(21.0-27.7)
9.3
(7.3-11.8)
> $75,000
1,538
18.3
(16.0-20.9)
40.8
(37.9-43.8)
3.4
(2.5-4.6)
29.1
(26.5-31.8)
8.4
(6.9-10.2)
Employment status
Employed
3,094
19.8
(18.1-21.7)
41.3
(39.1-43.4)
3.3
(2.6-4.1)
25.9
(24.0-27.7)
9.8
(8.6-11.1)
Out of work
180
15.5
(10.3-22.7)
30.3
(21.7-40.5)
2.8
(0.9-8.1)**
30.6
(22.2-40.5)
20.8
(13.4-30.9)
A homemaker
323
27.7
(21.9-34.4)
34.9
(29.1-41.2)
3.5
(1.8-6.5)*
24.5
(19.4-30.4)
9.4
(6.5-13.4)
A student
83
14.7
(7.3-27.4)*
41.3
(29.3-54.6)
6.5
(2.2-17.5)**
27
(17.4-39.2)
10.5
(4.0-25.2)*
Retired
1,311
28.7
(26.0-31.6)
32.6
(29.7-35.7)
4.4
(3.3-5.9)
25.8
(23.2-28.6)
8.4
(6.9-10.3)
Unable to work
298
22
(16.9-28.3)
22.1
(16.9-28.5)
4.8
(2.6-8.7)*
30.6
(24.2-37.8)
20.5
(15.7-26.2)
Veteran status
Yes
749
26.5
(23.2-30.1)
37
(33.0-41.1)
3.5
(2.4-5.2)
23
(19.5-26.8)
10
(7.7-12.8)
No
4,541
20.6
(19.1-22.2)
38.5
(36.7-40.3)
3.6
(3.0-4.4)
26.6
(25.0-28.2)
10.6
(9.6-11.8)
Diabetes (self-report)
Yes
502
23.1
(19.1-27.6)
36.3
(31.3-41.7)
4.4
(2.8-6.9)
22.6
(18.8-27.0)
13.5
(10.4-17.4)
No
4,791
21.4
(19.9-22.9)
38.3
(36.6-40.1)
3.6
(3.0-4.3)
26.4
(24.8-27.9)
10.4
(9.3-11.5)
CVD history (self-report)
Yes
543
24.6
(20.9-28.8)
30.7
(26.0-35.8)
4.1
(2.7-6.2)
28.1
(23.6-33.1)
12.5
(9.6-16.1)
No
4,720
21.1
(19.6-22.6)
39
(37.2-40.8)
3.5
(3.0-4.3)
26
(24.5-27.6)
10.3
(9.3-11.5)
Asthma (self-report)
Yes
764
16
(13.1-19.4)
36.2
(31.9-40.8)
3.7
(2.4-5.7)
29
(25.0-33.4)
15
(12.2-18.3)
No
4,518
22.5
(21.0-24.1)
38.6
(36.8-40.4)
3.6
(3.0-4.3)
25.6
(24.0-27.2)
9.7
(8.7-10.9)
Arthritis (self-report)
Yes
1,943
22.4
(20.3-24.6)
33.6
(31.1-36.2)
3
(2.3-4.0)
27.6
(25.2-30.0)
13.4
(11.6-15.4)
No
3,332
21.1
(19.3-22.9)
39.9
(37.8-42.0)
3.8
(3.1-4.7)
25.7
(23.9-27.6)
9.5
(8.4-10.8)
Frequent Mental Distress
Yes
514
18.1
(14.3-22.8)
24.7
(19.9-30.2)
3.4
(1.9-6.1)
29.6
(24.7-35.1)
24.1
(19.3-29.6)
No
4,727
22
(20.5-23.6)
39.6
(37.8-41.4)
3.6
(3.0-4.3)
25.7
(24.2-27.3)
9.1
(8.1-10.1)
Serious Psychological Distress
Yes
180
13
(8.6-19.2)
20.1
(13.1-29.6)
3.1
(1.0-8.8)**
30.7
(22.6-40.2)
33.2
(24.6-43.0)
No
5,059
21.9
(20.5-23.4)
38.9
(37.2-40.7)
3.6
(3.0-4.2)
25.8
(24.4-27.4)
9.7
(8.8-10.8)
Receiving Medicine/Treatment from health professional
Yes
791
16.9
(13.9-20.5)
33
(28.8-37.4)
4.2
(2.8-6.3)
30.1
(26.3-34.2)
15.8
(13.0-19.2)
No
4,494
22.2
(20.7-23.8)
38.8
(37.0-40.7)
3.5
(2.9-4.2)
25.6
(24.0-27.2)
9.8
(8.8-11.0)

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Level of agreement with the statement that treatment can help persons with mental illness lead normal lives - Adjusted proportions Tables † NEW HAMPSHIRE, 2007

Agree strongly
Agree slightly
Neither agree nor disagree
Disagree slightly
Disagree strongly
Characteristics
Sample Size
%
(95% CI)
%
(95% CI)
%
(95% CI)
%
(95% CI)
%
(95% CI)
TOTAL
5,31067(65.3-68.7)25.9(24.3-27.5)2.1(1.7-2.7)3.7(2.9-4.6)1.3(0.9-1.8)
Age group (yrs)
18-24
16455.3(46.6-63.7)40(31.7-48.9)2.5(0.9-6.8)**2.2(0.8-6.2)**0(0.0-0.0)
25-34
47263.8(58.5-68.7)27.5(23.0-32.4)1.6(0.7-3.6)*6.5(3.9-10.7)0.6(0.1-3.1)**
35-54
2,09468.4(66.0-70.8)24.3(22.1-26.6)2.3(1.6-3.2)3.6(2.7-4.9)1.4(0.8-2.2)
55+
2,53071.6(69.5-73.6)21.7(19.9-23.7)2.2(1.6-3.0)2.6(2.0-3.4)1.9(1.2-2.9)
Sex
Male
2,04860.9(58.2-63.6)30.4(27.8-33.0)2.7(1.9-3.7)4.8(3.6-6.6)1.2(0.7-2.0)
Female
3,26272.7(70.7-74.7)21.7(19.9-23.7)1.6(1.2-2.2)2.6(2.0-3.4)1.4(0.9-2.1)
Race/Ethnicity
White, non-Hispanic
5,01468.1(66.4-69.8)25.6(24.0-27.2)2.1(1.6-2.6)3.3(2.6-4.1)0.9(0.7-1.3)
Black, non-Hispanic
21--------------------
Hispanic
7856.5(43.6-68.6)35.4(23.6-49.3)2.5(0.4-15.9)**4.3(0.6-23.5)**1.3(0.2-6.3)**
Other
15563.1(53.2-72.0)26.9(19.2-36.3)2.9(1.2-7.2)*4.4(1.3-13.6)**2.7(0.6-11.3)**
Educational level
<High School
30461(53.5-68.0)27.6(21.2-35.1)1.2(0.5-3.0)*9.3(5.7-14.8)0.9(0.4-2.4)*
High School graduate
1,45161.9(58.6-65.1)29.4(26.4-32.7)2.8(1.8-4.3)4.1(3.0-5.7)1.7(1.0-2.7)
Some College
1,33366(62.5-69.4)26.3(23.2-29.6)2.7(1.8-3.9)3.5(2.1-5.9)1.5(0.8-2.8)*
> College Graduate
2,21473.4(70.9-75.7)22.3(20.1-24.7)1.3(0.9-2.0)2.2(1.4-3.3)0.8(0.4-1.7)*
Household Income
< $20,000
63263.2(57.8-68.4)26.3(21.5-31.7)2.5(1.4-4.5)*4.5(2.9-6.8)3.5(2.2-5.6)
$20,000-$35,000
83862.9(58.4-67.1)29.7(25.6-34.1)2(1.0-3.7)*4.6(2.9-7.1)0.9(0.3-2.4)**
$35,000-$50,000
78465.1(60.7-69.2)26.7(22.9-30.9)2.7(1.6-4.4)3.9(2.3-6.4)1.7(0.8-3.6)*
$50,000-$75,000
84371.2(67.2-74.9)25(21.5-28.8)1.4(0.7-2.7)*2(0.9-4.2)*0.4(0.1-1.4)**
> $75,000
1,54870.9(67.9-73.8)22.5(19.9-25.3)2.1(1.4-3.1)3.9(2.5-6.1)0.6(0.2-1.8)**
Employment status
Employed
3,09867(64.9-69.1)25.6(23.6-27.7)2.4(1.8-3.2)4.1(3.1-5.4)0.9(0.5-1.5)
Out of work
18059.7(50.1-68.7)32.8(24.4-42.5)1(0.4-2.9)**3.8(1.6-9.0)*2.6(0.9-7.6)**
A homemaker
32565.5(58.7-71.8)27.4(21.4-34.2)2.8(1.3-6.0)*1.7(0.7-4.2)*2.6(0.8-8.7)**
A student
8372.4(60.6-81.7)23.8(15.2-35.3)1.8(0.4-8.1)**2(0.5-7.4)**0(0.0-0.0)
Retired
1,32268.3(65.3-71.2)25.4(22.7-28.3)1.7(1.1-2.6)2.7(1.9-3.9)2(1.1-3.4)
Unable to work
29466.2(59.2-72.6)24.4(18.9-30.9)1.6(0.6-4.7)**5.9(3.3-10.6)*1.8(0.8-4.0)*
Veteran status
Yes
74863.2(59.1-67.2)27.8(24.1-31.8)2.6(1.6-4.2)3.7(2.2-6.1)2.7(1.4-5.1)*
No
4,55667.6(65.8-69.4)25.6(23.8-27.4)2.1(1.6-2.7)3.7(2.9-4.7)1(0.7-1.5)
Diabetes (self-report)
Yes
49664.6(59.5-69.4)28.5(23.8-33.7)2.2(1.2-3.8)3(1.7-5.2)1.7(0.8-3.7)*
No
4,81067.2(65.4-68.9)25.7(24.1-27.4)2.1(1.7-2.7)3.7(3.0-4.7)1.3(0.9-1.8)
CVD history (self-report)
Yes
55468.4(63.4-73.0)24.3(20.0-29.1)1.5(0.8-3.0)*3.2(1.9-5.4)2.6(1.1-5.9)*
No
4,72266.8(65.0-68.6)26.1(24.4-27.9)2.2(1.7-2.8)3.7(2.9-4.7)1.2(0.8-1.7)
Asthma (self-report)
Yes
77067.9(63.3-72.2)25.1(21.1-29.6)1.8(1.0-3.1)4.6(2.5-8.2)*0.7(0.3-1.3)*
No
4,52666.8(64.9-68.5)26(24.3-27.8)2.2(1.7-2.8)3.6(2.8-4.5)1.5(1.0-2.1)
Arthritis (self-report)
Yes
1,95569.7(67.0-72.3)23.4(21.0-25.9)1.9(1.3-2.7)3(2.1-4.3)2.1(1.2-3.4)
No
3,33465.9(63.8-68.0)26.9(24.9-28.9)2.3(1.7-3.0)3.9(3.0-5.1)1(0.6-1.5)
Frequent Mental Distress
Yes
51759(53.3-64.4)29(24.0-34.6)2.5(1.2-5.0)*6.6(3.7-11.6)2.9(1.6-5.5)*
No
4,73667.9(66.1-69.6)25.7(24.1-27.5)2.1(1.7-2.7)3.3(2.6-4.1)1(0.7-1.5)
Serious Psychological Distress
Yes
17955.5(46.3-64.3)26.7(18.8-36.3)2.9(1.1-7.6)**11.7(7.0-18.9)3.3(1.3-8.1)*
No
5,07767.4(65.7-69.1)25.9(24.3-27.6)2.1(1.7-2.7)3.4(2.7-4.3)1.2(0.8-1.7)
Receiving Medicine/Treatment from health professional
Yes
79276.9(72.7-80.6)16.9(13.6-20.9)2(1.0-3.9)*3.1(1.8-5.4)1(0.5-2.2)*
No
4,50865.6(63.7-67.4)27.2(25.5-29.0)2.1(1.7-2.7)3.8(3.0-4.8)1.3(0.9-1.9)

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Level of agreement with the statement that people are caring and sympathetic to persons with mental illness - Unadjusted proportions NEW HAMPSHIRE, 2007

Agree strongly
Agree slightly
Neither agree nor disagree
Disagree slightly
Disagree strongly
Characteristics
Sample Size
%
(95% CI)
%
(95% CI)
%
(95% CI)
%
(95% CI)
%
(95% CI)
TOTAL
5,296
18.1
(16.9-19.4)
39.5
(37.8-41.2)
3.8
(3.2-4.4)
28.1
(26.6-29.7)
10.5
(9.5-11.6)
Age group (yrs)
18-24
166
14
(9.1-20.9)
46.2
(37.6-55.0)
4.3
(1.9-9.4)*
26.5
(19.5-34.9)
9
(5.0-15.7)
25-34
473
13.3
(10.4-17.0)
44.6
(39.7-49.7)
4.2
(2.6-6.5)
29.2
(24.7-34.2)
8.7
(6.2-12.0)
35-54
2,093
15.4
(13.6-17.3)
40.2
(37.8-42.7)
3.2
(2.5-4.1)
30
(27.8-32.3)
11.2
(9.8-12.8)
55+
2,515
25.7
(23.7-27.7)
33.8
(31.7-36.0)
4
(3.2-5.0)
25.7
(23.8-27.6)
10.9
(9.6-12.4)
Sex
Male
2,047
18.8
(16.9-20.9)
45.3
(42.6-48.0)
4.1
(3.2-5.3)
24.3
(22.0-26.7)
7.4
(6.2-9.0)
Female
3,249
17.5
(15.9-19.1)
34
(32.0-36.1)
3.4
(2.7-4.3)
31.7
(29.7-33.8)
13.4
(12.0-14.9)
Race/Ethnicity
White, non-Hispanic
4,999
17.9
(16.7-19.2)
39.7
(38.0-41.5)
3.7
(3.1-4.4)
28.4
(26.9-30.1)
10.2
(9.2-11.3)
Black, non-Hispanic
21
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Hispanic
74
18.3
(9.5-32.3)*
31.1
(19.9-45.0)
6.4
(2.5-15.1)*
18.7
(10.8-30.3)
25.5
(15.3-39.5)
Other
158
25.2
(17.9-34.2)
33.1
(24.5-42.9)
4.6
(2.0-10.4)*
25.2
(17.9-34.3)
11.9
(7.5-18.4)
Educational level
<High School
313
33.1
(26.5-40.4)
30.1
(23.2-37.9)
2.6
(1.3-5.2)*
19.7
(14.2-26.6)
14.6
(9.9-21.0)
High School graduate
1,450
24.6
(21.9-27.6)
36.4
(33.2-39.7)
3.9
(2.8-5.5)
24.4
(21.5-27.5)
10.7
(8.9-12.7)
Some College
1,324
16.2
(14.0-18.7)
40.8
(37.4-44.4)
3.9
(2.8-5.4)
28.5
(25.5-31.8)
10.5
(8.7-12.7)
> College Graduate
2,200
12.9
(11.4-14.7)
42
(39.5-44.5)
3.8
(3.0-4.8)
31.6
(29.3-33.9)
9.8
(8.3-11.4)
Household Income
< $20,000
630
27.2
(22.7-32.2)
27.5
(23.0-32.7)
4.2
(2.2-8.0)*
24.4
(20.0-29.3)
16.7
(13.3-20.7)
$20,000-$35,000
835
23
(19.6-26.9)
35.4
(31.3-39.8)
3.2
(2.1-4.8)
25.9
(22.1-30.1)
12.4
(9.7-15.7)
$35,000-$50,000
783
19.2
(16.1-22.7)
38.4
(34.1-42.8)
3.2
(2.1-5.1)
28
(24.2-32.1)
11.2
(8.6-14.4)
$50,000-$75,000
847
17.8
(14.9-21.2)
41.2
(37.2-45.3)
5.1
(3.7-7.1)
26.4
(23.0-30.1)
9.4
(7.4-11.9)
> $75,000
1,538
13.5
(11.7-15.6)
41.9
(39.0-44.9)
3.5
(2.5-4.7)
32.5
(29.8-35.4)
8.6
(7.0-10.4)
Employment status
Employed
3,094
15.2
(13.7-16.7)
43.4
(41.2-45.5)
3.3
(2.7-4.1)
28.6
(26.7-30.6)
9.6
(8.5-10.9)
Out of work
180
14.7
(9.7-21.7)
32.3
(23.4-42.7)
3
(1.0-8.6)**
30.8
(22.3-40.7)
19.2
(12.4-28.7)
A homemaker
323
22.3
(17.3-28.3)
33.6
(27.9-39.8)
3.6
(1.9-6.7)*
29.5
(23.8-36.0)
11
(7.7-15.7)
A student
83
11.6
(5.3-23.4)*
47.9
(35.4-60.7)
6
(2.0-16.4)**
26.9
(17.5-39.1)
7.6
(2.9-18.7)*
Retired
1,311
29.6
(26.8-32.6)
31.5
(28.7-34.4)
5
(3.8-6.6)
25
(22.4-27.7)
8.9
(7.3-10.8)
Unable to work
298
24.2
(18.4-31.1)
20.7
(15.7-26.7)
5.2
(2.9-9.4)*
27.7
(21.4-34.9)
22.2
(17.0-28.5)
Veteran status
Yes
749
25.7
(22.3-29.4)
40.2
(36.1-44.5)
3.9
(2.7-5.7)
21.9
(18.5-25.6)
8.3
(6.4-10.7)
No
4,541
16.9
(15.6-18.3)
39.4
(37.6-41.3)
3.7
(3.1-4.5)
29.1
(27.5-30.9)
10.8
(9.7-12.0)
Diabetes (self-report)
Yes
502
24.4
(20.2-29.2)
35.1
(30.1-40.5)
4.9
(3.1-7.6)
21.6
(17.9-25.9)
13.9
(10.7-17.9)
No
4,791
17.6
(16.3-19.0)
39.8
(38.0-41.6)
3.7
(3.1-4.4)
28.6
(27.0-30.3)
10.3
(9.2-11.4)
CVD history (self-report)
Yes
543
27
(22.7-31.7)
30
(25.3-35.1)
4.8
(3.2-7.2)
26
(21.7-30.9)
12.2
(9.4-15.8)
No
4,720
17.3
(16.0-18.6)
40.5
(38.7-42.3)
3.7
(3.1-4.4)
28.3
(26.7-30.0)
10.3
(9.2-11.4)
Asthma (self-report)
Yes
764
13.2
(10.7-16.2)
36.5
(32.1-41.2)
3.7
(2.4-5.7)
31.4
(27.2-36.0)
15.1
(12.3-18.5)
No
4,518
19
(17.7-20.5)
40.1
(38.2-41.9)
3.8
(3.2-4.5)
27.5
(25.9-29.2)
9.6
(8.6-10.7)
Arthritis (self-report)
Yes
1,943
21.4
(19.4-23.7)
33.2
(30.7-35.8)
3.4
(2.6-4.4)
28.3
(25.9-30.8)
13.7
(11.9-15.7)
No
3,332
16.8
(15.3-18.4)
41.9
(39.8-44.1)
3.9
(3.2-4.8)
28.1
(26.2-30.0)
9.3
(8.1-10.5)
Frequent Mental Distress
Yes
514
16.3
(12.8-20.6)
24.2
(19.7-29.5)
3.5
(2.0-6.1)
31.2
(26.1-36.8)
24.7
(19.9-30.2)
No
4,727
18.3
(17.0-19.7)
41.2
(39.4-43.0)
3.8
(3.2-4.5)
27.8
(26.2-29.4)
9
(8.1-10.0)
Serious Psychological Distress
Yes
180
12.9
(8.3-19.6)
19
(12.4-28.0)
3.3
(1.1-9.3)**
30.1
(22.1-39.6)
34.7
(26.2-44.3)
No
5,059
18.3
(17.0-19.6)
40.3
(38.6-42.1)
3.7
(3.1-4.4)
28
(26.4-29.6)
9.7
(8.8-10.8)
Receiving Medicine/Treatment from health professional
Yes
791
14.5
(11.8-17.7)
32.1
(28.0-36.6)
4.2
(2.8-6.4)
32.5
(28.6-36.7)
16.6
(13.6-20.1)
No
4,494
18.7
(17.4-20.1)
40.6
(38.7-42.4)
3.7
(3.1-4.4)
27.5
(25.8-29.2)
9.6
(8.6-10.7)

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Level of agreement with the statement that treatment can help persons with mental illness lead normal lives - Unadjusted proportions NEW HAMPSHIRE, 2007

Agree strongly
Agree slightly
Neither agree nor disagree
Disagree slightly
Disagree strongly
Characteristics
Sample Size
%
(95% CI)
%
(95% CI)
%
(95% CI)
%
(95% CI)
%
(95% CI)
TOTAL
5,310
69.4
(67.7-71.0)
24.7
(23.2-26.3)
2
(1.6-2.6)
3
(2.4-3.8)
0.9
(0.6-1.2)
Age group (yrs)
18-24
164
52.2
(43.4-60.9)
42.6
(34.2-51.6)
2.9
(1.0-7.8)**
2.2
(0.8-6.3)**
0
-
25-34
472
66.8
(61.7-71.5)
26.1
(21.9-30.8)
1.4
(0.6-3.2)*
5.3
(3.1-8.8)
0.4
(0.1-2.1)**
35-54
2,094
71.3
(69.0-73.6)
22.9
(20.8-25.1)
2
(1.5-2.8)
2.9
(2.1-3.9)
0.9
(0.5-1.4)
55+
2,530
73
(70.9-75.0)
21.2
(19.4-23.2)
2.1
(1.6-2.8)
2.3
(1.7-3.0)
1.4
(0.9-2.2)
Sex
Male
2,048
63.8
(61.1-66.4)
28.9
(26.5-31.5)
2.5
(1.8-3.5)
4
(2.9-5.4)
0.8
(0.5-1.3)
Female
3,262
74.6
(72.6-76.5)
20.7
(18.9-22.6)
1.6
(1.2-2.1)
2.2
(1.7-2.8)
1
(0.6-1.5)
Race/Ethnicity
White, non-Hispanic
5,014
69.8
(68.1-71.5)
24.4
(22.8-26.0)
2
(1.6-2.5)
2.9
(2.3-3.7)
0.8
(0.6-1.1)
Black, non-Hispanic
21
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Hispanic
78
57.3
(43.6-70.0)
34.8
(23.0-48.7)
2.4
(0.3-15.1)**
4.3
(0.6-24.4)**
1.2
(0.2-6.1)**
Other
155
63.4
(53.5-72.2)
26.9
(19.2-36.3)
2.9
(1.2-7.1)*
4.1
(1.2-12.9)**
2.7
(0.6-11.2)**
Educational level
<High School
304
58.5
(50.5-66.0)
30.2
(23.1-38.3)
1.3
(0.5-3.3)*
9.2
(5.5-15.1)
0.8
(0.3-2.2)*
High School graduate
1,451
62.6
(59.3-65.8)
29.3
(26.3-32.6)
2.9
(1.9-4.4)
3.8
(2.8-5.3)
1.3
(0.8-2.1)
Some College
1,333
67.4
(63.9-70.8)
25.7
(22.6-29.1)
2.7
(1.8-3.9)
3.1
(1.9-5.2)
1.1
(0.6-2.0)*
> College Graduate
2,214
76.5
(74.2-78.7)
20.3
(18.2-22.5)
1.2
(0.8-1.8)
1.6
(1.0-2.4)
0.4
(0.2-1.0)*
Household Income
< $20,000
632
64.1
(58.6-69.2)
25.7
(20.9-31.2)
2.8
(1.6-5.0)
4.5
(3.0-6.8)
2.9
(1.8-4.5)
$20,000-$35,000
838
63.3
(58.7-67.6)
29.6
(25.5-34.1)
2
(1.1-3.8)*
4.3
(2.8-6.8)
0.7
(0.3-1.9)**
$35,000-$50,000
784
65.9
(61.4-70.0)
26.6
(22.7-30.8)
2.7
(1.6-4.4)
3.6
(2.1-5.9)
1.3
(0.6-2.9)*
$50,000-$75,000
843
72.8
(68.9-76.4)
23.9
(20.6-27.7)
1.3
(0.7-2.5)*
1.6
(0.8-3.5)*
0.3
(0.1-1.0)**
> $75,000
1,548
74.6
(71.8-77.2)
20.4
(18.0-23.0)
1.7
(1.2-2.6)
2.8
(1.8-4.5)
0.4
(0.2-1.2)**
Employment status
Employed
3,098
70.1
(68.1-72.1)
24.1
(22.2-26.0)
2.1
(1.6-2.8)
3.1
(2.3-4.2)
0.6
(0.4-0.9)
Out of work
180
53.9
(43.7-63.8)
38
(28.3-48.7)
1.1
(0.4-3.1)**
4.4
(1.9-10.1)*
2.5
(0.8-7.2)**
A homemaker
325
71.6
(65.1-77.3)
23.1
(17.8-29.5)
2.5
(1.1-5.3)*
1.2
(0.5-3.1)*
1.6
(0.4-5.4)**
A student
83
61
(47.9-72.7)
33.8
(22.7-47.1)
2.1
(0.4-9.0)**
3.1
(0.8-11.2)**
0
-
Retired
1,322
72.9
(70.1-75.5)
21.8
(19.4-24.4)
1.8
(1.1-2.8)
2.2
(1.5-3.2)
1.4
(0.8-2.3)
Unable to work
294
65.2
(58.2-71.6)
25.2
(19.7-31.7)
1.6
(0.5-5.3)**
6.2
(3.4-11.0)
1.7
(0.8-3.9)*
Veteran status
Yes
748
64.5
(60.3-68.5)
27.6
(23.9-31.6)
2.8
(1.7-4.5)
3.1
(1.8-5.1)
2
(1.1-3.8)*
No
4,556
70.2
(68.4-71.9)
24.2
(22.5-25.9)
1.9
(1.5-2.5)
3
(2.4-3.9)
0.7
(0.5-1.0)
Diabetes (self-report)
Yes
496
66.6
(61.3-71.6)
26.8
(22.1-32.2)
2.5
(1.4-4.3)
2.7
(1.5-4.7)
1.3
(0.6-2.9)*
No
4,810
69.6
(67.8-71.3)
24.5
(22.9-26.2)
2
(1.6-2.6)
3.1
(2.4-3.8)
0.8
(0.6-1.2)
CVD history (self-report)
Yes
554
69.9
(65.0-74.4)
23.2
(19.1-27.9)
1.8
(0.9-3.6)*
2.9
(1.7-4.9)
2.1
(0.9-4.7)*
No
4,722
69.3
(67.5-71.0)
24.9
(23.2-26.5)
2.1
(1.6-2.6)
3
(2.4-3.8)
0.8
(0.6-1.1)
Asthma (self-report)
Yes
770
69.9
(65.1-74.3)
24.2
(20.1-28.8)
1.7
(0.9-2.9)
3.9
(2.1-7.1)*
0.3
(0.1-0.8)*
No
4,526
69.3
(67.5-71.0)
24.7
(23.1-26.4)
2.1
(1.6-2.7)
2.9
(2.3-3.6)
1
(0.7-1.4)
Arthritis (self-report)
Yes
1,955
73.8
(71.2-76.2)
20.6
(18.4-23.0)
2
(1.3-2.9)
2.4
(1.7-3.4)
1.3
(0.8-2.2)
No
3,334
67.5
(65.4-69.6)
26.4
(24.5-28.4)
2.1
(1.6-2.7)
3.3
(2.5-4.3)
0.7
(0.5-1.1)
Frequent Mental Distress
Yes
517
60.2
(54.4-65.8)
28.8
(23.8-34.4)
2.5
(1.2-5.0)*
6.1
(3.4-10.7)
2.3
(1.3-4.3)*
No
4,736
70.3
(68.6-72.0)
24.3
(22.7-26.0)
2
(1.6-2.5)
2.7
(2.1-3.4)
0.7
(0.5-1.0)
Serious Psychological Distress
Yes
179
54
(44.3-63.3)
28.9
(20.5-39.0)
3.2
(1.2-8.2)*
10.7
(5.9-18.5)
3.2
(1.3-8.0)*
No
5,077
69.9
(68.2-71.5)
24.5
(23.0-26.1)
2
(1.6-2.5)
2.8
(2.2-3.5)
0.8
(0.6-1.2)
Receiving Medicine/Treatment from health professional
Yes
792
78.8
(74.7-82.4)
15.9
(12.6-19.7)
2
(1.0-3.8)*
2.7
(1.5-4.6)
0.7
(0.3-1.5)*
No
4,508
67.9
(66.1-69.7)
26.1
(24.4-27.8)
2
(1.6-2.6)
3.1
(2.4-3.9)
0.9
(0.6-1.3)

† Adjusted for sex, age group, racial/ethnic group, education and household income level.
* Relative standard error exceeds 30%.
** Relative standard error exceeds 50%.
-- Estimate suppressed due to sample size.

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