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Tables extracted from the West Virginia County Health Profiles 2004
For both the 1992-96 and 1997-2001prevalences, 24 counties had aggregated sample sizes large enough to yield individual prevalence calculations. Samples from the 31 counties that had sample sizes too small to stand alone were combined with samples from other less populated, contiguous counties into 12 groupings, or multi-county regions. A single behavioral prevalence was provided as the prevalence for each county included in the grouping. Counties are ranked from highest to lowest prevalence on the basis of the final 36 areas, with counties within each grouping sharing the rank.
|The numbers following counties below indicate BRFSS groupings on the map above. Counties with no numbers have sufficient sample size to stand along.|
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