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Table 1 Participant characteristics

From: Does access to no-cost contraception change method selection among individuals who report difficulty paying for health-related care?

Variable Control Intervention p-value
No. (%) (n = 170) (n = 859)  
Age, years 0.338
 18–19 22 (12.9) 129 (15.0)  
 20–24 81 (47.7) 352 (41.0)  
 25–29 42 (24.7) 216 (25.2)  
 30–34 17 (10.0) 89 (10.4)  
 35 +  8 (4.7) 73 (8.5)  
Race/Ethnicity 0.874
 American Indian or Alaska Native 2 (1.2) 12 (1.4)  
 Asian 3 (1.8) 22 (2.6)  
 Black 4 (2.4) 29 (3.4)  
 Hispanic or Latine 33 (19.5) 163 (19.2)  
 Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 0 7 (0.8)  
 White, non-Latine 112 (66.3) 542 (63.7)  
 Other 15 (2.4) 76 (8.9)  
Education 0.984
 High school or less 88 (52.4) 447 (52.5)  
 Any college 80 (47.6) 405 (47.5)  
Employment status 0.739
 Full or part-time 102 (60.7) 506 (60.2)  
 Student 22 (13.1) 113 (13.4)  
 Out of workforce 8 (4.8) 58 (6.9)  
 Unemployed 36 (21.4) 164 (19.5)  
Federal poverty level 0.426
 < 138% 124 (73.8) 598 (70.8)  
 ≥ 138% 44 (26.2) 247 (29.2)  
Insurance type 0.514
 Private 44 (28.2) 204 (24.7)  
 Public 7 (4.5) 29 (3.5)  
 None 105 (67.3) 592 (71.8)  
Parity 0.492
 Nulliparous 118 (69.4) 573 (66.7)  
 Parous 52 (30.6) 286 (33.3)  
Ever-use of LARC 0.207
 Yes 44 (25.9) 264 (30.7)  
 No 126 (74.1) 595 (69.3)  
History of abortion 0.155
 Yes 30 (17.8) 115 (13.6)  
 No 139 (82.3) 733 (86.4)