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Table 1 Summary statistics of study sample

From: Are there socioeconomic disparities in women having discussions on human papillomavirus vaccine with health care providers?

  Whole sample Selection indicator: Main outcome:
  Aware of HPV vaccine Discussed with HCP on HPV vaccine
   N Column % N positive Row % N positive Row %
Overall 1631   1314 81.5 161 17.3
Age group       
 18–34 236 30.7 204 86.4 52 26.0
 35–49 108 10.1 98 86.6 16 16.5
 40–44 116 10.0 98 81.9 24 29.6
 45 and above 1171 49.2 914 77.3 69 8.7
Race/ethnicity       
 White 1282 66.9 1084 88.7 117 15.8
 African American 127 14.9 90 73.2 19 26.6
 Hispanic 133 11.9 78 58.8 13 17.2
 Other 89 6.3 62 66.6 12 13.7
Household income       
 $75,000 or more 492 30.0 453 92.4 75 21.0
 $50,000 to <$75,000 303 18.9 259 89.2 24 15.9
 $20,000 to <$50,000 537 34.6 434 80.3 44 14.3
 <$20,000 299 16.5 168 55.3 18 17.5
Education       
 College graduate 613 27.9 549 89.7 72 18.1
 Some college 475 33.0 407 90.0 51 17.8
 High school graduate 407 27.3 301 77.6 30 14.6
 Less than high school 136 11.8 57 47.1 8 20.8
Has any insurance       
 No 160 14.2 106 64.0 17 14.7
 Yes 1471 85.8 1208 84.4 144 17.6
Has any regular HCP       
 No 251 21.4 178 73.0 24 14.8
 Yes 1380 78.6 1136 83.8 137 17.9
  1. All frequencies are unweighted and all percentages are weighted. HPV=human papillomavirus; HCP=health care provider.