30–34

1,802

9,126

40.1 (2.9)

14.5 (0.9)

61.5 (3.1)

38.1 (1.5)

35–39

710

10,544

28.9 (4.2)

13.0 (0.8)

47.5 (5.0)

32.4 (1.3)

40–44

213

9,748

33.8 (8.2)

9.6 (0.8)

55.5 (8.2)

25.8 (1.0)

Residence in metropolitan area

MSA, central city

2,617

15,891

48.1 (2.6)

16.8 (0.8)

66.7 (2.4)

35.3 (0.9)

MSA, other

3,631

25,499

38.5 (2.0)

12.9 (0.6)

55.9 (2.3)

30.2 (0.8)

Non-MSA

1,542

10,750

39.4 (3.5)

11.0 (0.8)

57.8 (4.1)

26.0 (1.4)

Region

Northeast

1,431

10,009

40.2 (3.2)

12.9 (0.9)

58.6 (2.7)

28.3 (1.3)

South

2,587

17,569

51.6 (2.8)

16.0 (0.8)

70.3 (2.3)

34.3 (1.1)

Midwest

1,870

12,553

34.3 (2.3)

10.6 (0.8)

51.9 (3.2)

25.9 (1.1)

West

1,901

12,011

37.5 (3.2)

14.2 (0.9)

54.8 (3.7)

33.3 (1.4)

Poverty-level income

0–149%

2,306

11,250

51.1 (2.5)

17.6 (1.0)

66.5 (2.3)

36.7 (1.3)

150% or more

5,483

40,892

38.0 (1.7)

12.6 (0.5)

57.1 (1.8)

29.3 (0.7)

NOTE: MSA = metropolitan statistical area.

a A total of 1,472 survey respondents reported that they either were pregnant at the time of the interview (430), had completed a pregnancy within 12 months of the interview (1,039), or had received pre- or postnatal care in the last 12 months (1,140). Women referred to as ''pregnant" in this table are women who were pregnant, or recently pregnant, at the time of the interview.

b Includes only tests reported in response to the question: "Have you ever had your blood tested for infection with the AIDS virus?" Mentions of blood donation since 1985 are not included.

c Includes women classified as "other" races, not shown separately because of small sample size.



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