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Table 1 Demographic characteristics of the sample

From: Willingness to adopt wearable devices with behavioral and economic incentives by health insurance wellness programs: results of a US cross-sectional survey with multiple consumer health vignettes

VariableTotal sample (n = 997)
Gender
 Male42.73% (n = 426)
 Female57.27% (n = 571)
Age group
 18–24 years old13.14% (n = 131)
 25–34 years old40.22% (n = 401)
 35–44 years old22.47% (n = 224)
 45–64 years old21.26% (n = 212)
 65 years or older2.81% (n = 28)
Ethnicity
 White74.52% (n = 743)
 Hispanic or Latino6.62% (n = 66)
 Black or African American8.93% (n = 89)
 Asian American7.62% (n = 76)
 Other1.81% (n = 18)
 Missing0.50 (n = 5)
Highest level of education attained
 Less than high school0.90% (n = 9)
 High school completion11.13% (n = 111)
 Some college or associate degree47.94% (n = 478)
 Advanced degree39.62% (n = 395)
 Missing0.40% (n = 4)
Marital status
 Single, never married43.93% (n = 438)
 Married or domestic partnership45.14% (n = 450)
 Widowed2.61% (n = 26)
 Divorced7.12% (n = 71)
 Separated0.80% (n = 8)
 Missing0.40% (n = 4)
Household income
 Less than 25.000$ per year20.60% (n = 206)
 Between 25.000$ and 34.999$ per year13.44% (n = 134)
 Between 35.000$ and 49.999$ per year17.45% (n = 174)
 Between 50.000$ and 74.999$ per year23.87% (n = 238)
 Between 75.000$ and 99.999$ per year13.14% (n = 131)
 Between 100.000$ and 149.999$ per year9.03% (n = 90)
 More than 150.000$ per year2.21% (n = 22)
 Missing0.20% (n = 2)
Employment status
 Employed for wages62.99% (n = 628)
 Self-employed13.74% (n = 137)
 Unemployed10.23% (n = 102)
 Student5.62% (n = 56)
 Military0.50% (n = 5)
 Retired3.71% (n = 37)
 Unable to work2.81% (n = 28)
 Missing0.40% (n = 4)
Health insurance
 Public (Medicare or Medicaid)24.17% (n = 241)
 Private (employer-based)50.75% (n = 506)
 Private (individually purchased)11.74% (n = 117)
 Other3.01% (n = 30)
 Not insured9.53% (n = 95)
 Missing0.80% (n = 8)