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Table 1 Summary statistics of study variables

From: Awareness and acceptability of human papillomavirus vaccine: an application of the instrumental variables bivariate probit model

  All Aware Non-aware
  (N = 742) (N = 629) (N = 113)
  Freq. % Freq. % Freq. %
Would have daughter get HPV vaccine 415 55.8 362 57.7 53 46.9
Aware of HPV vaccine 629 80.1 - - - -
Age group       
   18-34 262 44.8 221 44.1 41 47.9
   35-39 142 20.2 121 19.2 21 24.1
   40-44 137 16.6 118 18.3 19 10.2
   45+ 201 18.3 169 18.5 32 17.8
Race/ethnicity       
   Non-Hispanic White 461 57.9 421 64.4 40 31.7
   Non-Hispanic Black 115 17.3 91 16.5 24 20.8
   Hispanic 103 16.9 69 12.1 34 36.2
   Other non-Hispanic 63 7.9 48 7.2 15 11.4
Household income       
   $75,000 or more 280 32.1 255 34.6 25 22.0
   $50,000 - < $75,000 130 17.1 120 19.6 10 7.0
   $20,000 - < $50,000 200 32.7 156 30.5 44 41.9
   Less than $20,000 132 18.1 98 15.4 34 29.2
Education       
   College graduate 288 24.2 262 27.1 26 12.8
   Some college 250 40.2 227 44.4 23 23.6
   High school graduate 139 22.8 105 21.1 34 29.8
   Less than high school 65 12.7 35 7.5 30 33.8
Having any health insurance 621 82.0 542 86.7 79 62.8
Having a regular health care provider 539 70.1 473 74.6 66 54.7
Past medical history of cancer 57 4.2 54 5.0 3 1.2
Family history of cancer 562 73.8 490 77.1 72 60.2
Self-rated health status       
   Excellent 97 13.7 87 13.9 10 12.6
   Very good 267 33.9 241 36.1 26 25.6
   Good 276 38.7 227 37.9 49 42.1
   Fair 83 11.6 58 9.9 25 18.3
   Poor 19 2.1 16 2.3 3 1.6
Heard about test for lung cancer 175 22.1 163 25.4 12 8.4
Heard about clinical trials 547 68.7 499 74.8 48 44.5
  1. Notes: Frequency is unadjusted frequency and % is adjusted with sampling weights