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Health and disability by country of birth, Queensland, 2010 (archived)

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Health and disability Country of birth
Born in Australia Born in main English-speaking countries Born in other countries proficient in spoken English Born in other countries not proficient in spoken English All persons
— % —
Self-assessed health status Excellent/very good 52.0 54.2 49.1 *37.9 51.8
Good 30.4 26.5 36.9 *41.9 30.7
Fair/poor 17.6 19.3 13.9 **20.2 17.5
 
Disability or long-term health condition Has core activity restriction 14.5 10.9 *11.3 **6.9 13.7
Has a schooling/employment restriction only (a) 5.8 *5.0 *3.4 **3.5 5.4
Has no specific restriction 21.3 31.3 *13.9 **37.1 22.0
Has no disability or long-term health condition 58.5 52.8 71.4 *52.5 58.9
 
Has good or better self-assessed health and no disability or long-term health condition 55.7 48.9 68.8 *41.7 55.8
* estimate has a relative standard error of 25% to 50% and should be used with caution.
** estimate has a relative standard error greater than 50% and is considered too unreliable for general use.
(a) Employment restrictions relate to persons aged 18–64 years only, and schooling restrictions relate to persons aged 18–20 years only.
 
Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics, General Social Survey, States and Territories, Cat. no. 4159.0.55.003. 
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Last reviewed 8 September 2015