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Table 1 Sociodemographic characteristics of the study population (N = 1372 twenty to fifty year old nonsmokers)

From: Factors associated with self-reported health: implications for screening level community-based health and environmental studies

  N Weighted percenta (SE)   N Weighted percenta (SE)
Sex    Marital Status   
 Male 547 46.4 (1.4)  Married 813 63.8 (2.0)
 Female 825 53.6 (1.4)  Never married 315 20.1 (1.7)
Race/Ethnicity     Other 244 16.1 (1.3)
 Mexican American 350 10.8 (1.2) Education   
 Other hispanic 61 4.9 (0.9)  <9th grade 116 4.0 (0.6)
 Non-Hispanic white 611 68.0 (2.5)  9–12th grade 178 8.2 (0.9)
 Non-Hispanic black 285 10.9 (1.5)  High School Grad/GED 253 19.2 (1.8)
 Other Race (including multi-racial) 65 5.3 (1.1)  Some College or AA degree 447 33.8 (1.8)
Country of birth     ≥College Graduate 378 34.8 (2.2)
 United States 969 80.4 (2.1) Annual Family Income   
 Mexico 236 7.1 (0.7)  <$20,000 288 14.1 (1.1)
 Elsewhere 167 12.5 (2.0)  $20,000 to $44,999 434 26.5 (2.0)
US citizen   0.0 (0.0)  $45,000 to $74,999 268 21.6 (1.6)
 Yes 1082 87.5 (1.4)  ≥$75,000 382 37.8 (2.6)
 No 290 12.5 (1.4)    
  1. Abbreviations: GED general education development, AA associate degree
  2. aThe weighted percent adjusts for differential probabilities of selection, nonresponse, and differences between the final sample and the total population