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Table 1 Weighted baseline characteristics of study samples (n = 1,004)

From: Changes in colorectal cancer screening intention among people aged 18–49 in the United States

Socio-demographics N (unweighted sample) % or Mean (SE)a
Age (SE) 692 34.3 (0.3)
Female 535 78.4
Race/ethnicity   
Hispanic 277 42.6
Black 372 50.8
White/Other 41 6.6
Poverty lineb   
Above poverty line 313 45.2
At or below poverty line 293 42.3
Missing 86 12.4
Education   
< high school (HS) diploma 142 21.8
HS diploma or equivalent 227 32.1
More than HS diploma 322 46.1
Place of birth   
US 422 59.2
Puerto Rico 107 17.3
Other 162 23.4
% English 1st language 401 55.6
Insurance status   
None 40 5.9
Public only 367 53.1
Private only 229 33.1
Public + private 52 8.0
Socio-contextual factors   
Social cohesion (mean) 690 2.49 (0.03)
# Role responsibilitiesb   
0-1 260 37.9
2-3 408 62.1
% Have role conflicts 278 42.7
Health care factors   
% Have regular MD/NP 544 80.5
MD/NPc understands social context   
Not at all 250 36.0
A little 75 12.2
Somewhat 102 15.7
Very well 241 36.1
Number of times saw regular MD/NP last year   
0 74 10.6
1-3 347 49.2
4 < 12 202 30.3
12+ 67 9.9
  1. Note: aThe percent or mean (SE) are from the weighted sample. bNumber of role responsibilities is the number of roles (earning money to support the family; taking care of children, taking care of household) for which the participant had most or all the responsibility. CNP = nurse practitioner.