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Table 1 Unweighted and weighted data of participant characteristics, mental health needs, social support and HIV risk, stratified by gender (N = 33,705)

From: Social support, mental health needs, and HIV risk behaviors: a gender-specific, correlation study

  Male Female
Unweighted
(n = 14,796)
Weighted Unweighted
(n = 18,909)
Weighted
n % % n % %
Age (years)
 18–24 1098 7.4 13.1 878 4.6 11.9
 25–34 1747 11.8 17.9 1739 9.2 16.8
 35–44 1860 12.6 16.5 2096 11.1 15.8
 45–54 2504 16.9 17.1 3142 16.6 16.6
 55–64 3346 22.6 17.0 4320 22.8 17.1
 65–99 4241 28.7 18.3 6734 35.6 21.8
Race
 Non-Hispanic White 12,224 84.0 74.7 15,549 83.4 74.5
 Hispanic or non-White 2322 16.0 25.3 3104 16.6 25.5
Marital status
 Not married 5681 38.7 42.7 8895 47.4 47.8
 Married or common law 9012 61.3 57.3 9884 52.6 52.2
Education
 Less than high school 1060 7.2 14.2 1324 7.0 12.6
 High school or GED diploma 4137 28.1 32.5 5124 27.2 29.6
 Some college 4084 27.7 29.1 5405 28.7 32.2
 College or graduate degree 5463 37.1 24.2 6983 37.1 25.6
Annual income (in US$)
  < 15,000 903 7.0 8.2 1665 10.7 12.3
 15,000 – 24,999 1724 13.4 15.1 2798 18.1 20.5
 25,000 – 49,999 3183 24.7 25.9 3959 25.6 25.2
 50,000 – 74,999 2263 17.6 16.9 2437 15.7 15.0
  > = 75,000 4809 37.3 33.9 4632 29.9 27.0
Current MH needs
 Has need 3841 26.4 29.5 6598 35.5 40.3
 No need 10,731 73.6 70.5 11,995 64.5 59.7
Social support
 Low 1211 9.7 10.8 1143 6.9 7.9
 Medium 4119 33.1 33.2 6015 36.6 37.4
 High 7130 57.2 56.1 9295 56.5 54.7
HIV risk
 Yes 673 4.9 7.4 427 2.4 4.8
 No 12,924 95.1 92.6 17,071 97.6 95.2
  1. Note. Weighted analyses suggests that males and females are differed in all demographic variables (p < .0001) except for race