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Table 2

From: Home food procurement impacts food security and diet quality during COVID-19

Characteristic Respondents (N = 600)
Age - no. (%)
 18–34 153 (25.5)
 35–54 182 (30.3)
 55+ 263 (43.8)
Children in household - no. (%)
 Yes 178 (30.2)
 No 415 (70.0)
Gender - no. (%)
 Female 404 (67.3)
 Male 190 (31.7)
 Transgender/Non-binary/Self-Described 6 (1.0)
BIPOC -Race - no. (%)
 White 559 (93.2)
 Two or more races 22 (3.7)
 American Indian or Alaska Native 5 (0.8)
 Asian 4 (0.7)
 Black or African American 9 (1.5)
BIPOC - Ethnicity - no. (%)
 Not Hispanic or Latino 583 (97.2)
 Hispanic or Latino 17 (2.8)
2019 Household Income - no. (%)
 Less than $10,000 per year 39 (6.5)
 $10.000–$24,999 81(13.5)
 $25,000–$49,999 141 (23.5)
 $50,000–$74,999 110 (18.3)
 $75,000 - $99,999 77 (12.8)
 $100,000 or more 145 (24.1)
Job change during the COVID-19 pandemic - no. (%)
 Lost job 149 (24.8)
 Reduced hours or income 208 (34.7)
 Furloughed 122 (20.3)
 Any change 270 (46.2)
 No changes 314 (53.8)
Household Size - no. (%)
 1 to 2 357 (60.2)
 3 to 5 211 (35.6)
 6 or more 25 (4.2)