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Table 1 Qualitative and quantitative participant demographics

From: The myth of menstruation: how menstrual regulation and suppression impact contraceptive choice

Variable Phases 1 & 2 Phase 3
Race
 White, Non-Hispanic 67 (84.8) 376 (68.70)
 Black or African American 12 (15.2) 43 (7.90)
 Other 0 (0) 36 (6.60)
Born in US 432 (79.00)
Age 23.63 ± 5.40 24.41 ± 6.02
 18 to 24 years 56 (70.89) 289 (52.80)
 25 to 34 years 20 (25.32) 129 (23.60)
 35 to 44 years 3 (3.80) 37 (6.80)
Sexual Orientation
 Heterosexual 72 (91.14) 405 (74.00)
 Homosexual/Bisexual/Asexual/Intersex/Queer 7 (8.86) 49 (9.00)
Relationship Status
 Single 46 (58.23) 173 (31.60)
 In a Relationship 33 (41.77) 281 (51.40)
Sexual Relationship Status
 Exclusive/monogamous sexual relationship 281 (51.40)
 Sexually active, not monogamous 53 (9.70)
 Not currently/never has been sexually active 120 (21.90)
Education
 High school diploma/GED 2 (2.53) 36 (6.58)
 Some college education/undergraduate education 56 (70.89) 314 (57.40)
 Some graduate education/graduate degree 21 (26.58) 104 (19.01)
Insurance Coverage
 Private 68 (86.1) 354 (64.70)
 Government 4 (5.06) 59 (10.80)
 None 7 (8.86) 41 (7.50)
Received Insurance Coverage Due to ACA 12 (15.2) 47 (8.60)
Income
 Less than $30,000 27 (34.18) 102 (18.60)
 $30,000 to $69,999 12 (15.19) 139 (25.40)
 $70,000 or more 24 (30.38) 171 (31.30)
  1. Listed as n (%). Frequencies that do not sum to total represent missing data