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Table 2 Individual characteristics among persons living with HIV in 2015 and 2016 (N = 603)

From: The relationship between individual characteristics and HIV-related stigma in adults living with HIV: medical monitoring project, Florida, 2015–2016

Characteristics N (weighted %)a
Disability Status
 Persons with disability 295 (48%)
 Persons without disability 307 (51%)
Gender
 Female 216 (30%)
 Male 387 (70%)
Race
 White 310 (49%)
 Black 272 (47%)
 Otherb 20 (4%)
Ethnicity
 Hispanic/Latino 130 (21%)
Sexual Orientation
 Homosexual 186 (33%)
 Heterosexual 373 (59%)
 Bisexual/Other 43(9%)
Age (years)
 18–29 38 (8%)
 30–49 358 (55%)
 50+ 207 (37%)
Education
 Less than high school 136 (21%)
 High school diploma or equivalent 159 (26%)
 Greater than High school 308 (53%)
Poverty
 Above Poverty Level 275 (50%)
 At or below poverty Level 285 (43%)
Country of Birth
 Non-foreign Born 468 (79%)
 Foreign Born 128 (20%)
Non-injection Drug User
 Yes 146 (27%)
 No 452 (72%)
Alcohol Misusec
 Yes 99 (19%)
 No 496 (79%)
Anxiety
 No anxiety 465 (77%)
 Mild-Moderate Anxiety 91 (15%)
 Severe Anxiety 41 (6%)
Depression
 No Depression 484 (81%)
 Mild-Moderate Depression 32 (5%)
 Severe Depression 87 (14%)
  1. aPercentages may not add up to 100% due to non-response
  2. bIncludes Asian, Alaskan Native, Native American, and Pacific Islander
  3. cDefined as heavy drinking (binge drinking on 5 or more days in the past month) or binge drinking (i.e., five or more alcoholic drinks for males or four or more alcoholic drinks for females on the same occasion at least one day in the past month)