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Table 4 Demographic variability of parent survey respondents

From: Identifying barriers to chronic disease reporting in Chicago Public Schools: a mixed-methods approach

Variable Frequency, n (%)
  All parents Parents who completed process Parents who did not complete process
  N = 72 N = 38 N = 34
Age    
≤ 44 57 (79.2%) 30 (78.9%) 27 (79.4%)
≥ 45 15 (20.8%) 8 (21.1%) 7 (20.6%)
Gender    
Male 6 (8.3%) 3 (7.9%) 3 (8.8%)
Female 66 (91.7%) 35 (92.1%) 31 (91.2%)
Race/Ethnicity    
African American 13 (18.1%) 7 (18.4%) 6 (17.6%)
Hispanic/Latino 25 (34.7%) 11 (28.9%) 14 (41.2%)
White/Other 34 (47.2%) 20 (52.6%) 14 (41.2%)
Education level*    
High school or less 23 (31.9%) 14 (36.8%) 9 (26.5%)
Some college 18 (25.0%) 9 (23.7%) 9 (26.5%)
Graduate 31 (43.1%) 15 (39.5%) 16 (47.1%)
Household income**    
< $50,000 38 (52.8%) 20 (52.6%) 18 (52.9%)
> $50,000 34 (47.2%) 18 (47.4%) 16 (47.1%)
Child insurance    
Private 32 (44.4%) 15 (39.5%) 17 (50.0%)
Public or none 40 (55.6%) 23 (60.5%) 17 (50.0%)
  1. *Parents with missing data (n = 4) were assumed to have high school education or less.
  2. **Parents with missing data (n = 5) were assumed to be lower income (<$50,000).