Table 4

Reported prevalence in the previous 2 weeks for the full sample and those with and without a chronic condition

All (n = 2474)With chronic condition (n = 1098a)No chronic condition (n = 1323a)
nRank%99% CIRank%99% CIRank%99% CI
Feeling tired/run down1006141.338.7 to 43.9150.046.0 to 53.9234.030.7 to 37.4
Headaches942238.736.2 to 41.3242.038.2 to 45.9136.032.6 to 39.4
Joint pain759331.228.8 to 33.6340.536.8 to 44.4423.520.6 to 26.6
Back pain738430.328.0 to 32.8536.332.6 to 40.1325.222.2 to 28.4
Difficulty sleeping687528.225.9 to 30.6437.333.6 to 41.1520.818.0 to 23.8
Sore throat461618.917.0 to 21.01119.116.2 to 22.3618.616.0 to 21.5
Nervousness/anxiety451718.616.6 to 20.7627.223.9 to 30.81111.19.1 to 13.6
Indigestion/heartburn443818.216.3 to 20.3725.222.0 to 28.7912.610.4 to 15.1
Cough433917.815.9 to 19.9921.418.4 to 24.8814.812.5 to 17.5
Cold or flu symptoms4261017.515.6 to 19.61218.315.4 to 21.5716.814.3 to 19.6
Feeling depressed4081116.814.9 to 18.8824.821.6 to 28.41210.38.3 to 12.6
Stomach/abdominal pain3741215.413.6 to 17.41020.017.1 to 23.31011.69.5 to 14.1
Diarrhoea3031312.410.8 to 14.31316.013.4 to 19.1149.57.6 to 11.8
Nausea/feeling sick2841411.610.1 to 13.41613.911.4 to 16.8139.87.9 to 12.1
Constipation233159.68.1 to 11.21514.011.5 to 16.9165.74.3 to 7.6
Dizziness224169.27.8 to 10.81712.510.2 to 15.4156.55.0 to 8.5
Shortness of breath201178.36.9 to 9.81414.111.6 to 17.1203.42.4 to 5.0
Wheezy chest182187.56.2 to 9.01812.19.8 to 14.9193.72.5 to 5.3
Loss of appetite134195.54.4 to 6.8207.05.3 to 9.3174.43.1 to 6.1
Chest pain124205.14.1 to 6.4198.16.2 to 10.5212.61.7 to 4.0
Vomiting107214.43.4 to 5.6215.03.5 to 7.0184.12.9 to 5.7
Blood in stool61222.51.8 to 3.5223.62.4 to 5.4221.71.0 to 2.9
Unintentional weight loss42231.71.2 to 2.6232.51.5 to 4.0231.10.5 to 2.1
Fainting15240.60.3 to 1.2240.80.4 to 1.9240.40.1 to 1.1
Coughing up blood4250.20 to 0.6250.30.1 to 1.1250.10 to 0.6
  • a Total numbers for those with and without a chronic condition does not add up to full sample due to missing data on presence of a chronic condition. Bold indicates a significant difference between reported prevalence of those who have a chronic condition and those who do not have a chronic condition (1 % significance level).