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Table 1 Baseline Demographic Data (n = 240), Weight and Activity

From: The role of Sociodemographic factors on goal achievement in a community-based diabetes prevention program behavioral lifestyle intervention

Characteristic N (%) or mean (SD) Baseline Weight (kg), Median (IQR) Baseline Activity (MET hr/wk), Median (IQR)
Age 62.5 (10.2)
Gender
 Men 62 (25.8) 100.6 (92.2–118.9) 18.1 (6.0–29.4)
 Women 178 (74.2) 88.3 (78.3–100.7) 9.1 (2.9–18.2)
Race/ethnicitya
 Non-Hispanic white 214 (93.0) 90.8 (80.2–105.8) 12.0 (3.8–21.3)
 Non-Hispanic black 16 (7.0) 94.1 (87.5–113.5) 5.7 (0.0–17.3)
Employment
 Working full-time 91 (37.9) 100.6 (86.2–113.7) 14.0 (4.3–22.0)
 Working part-time 30 (12.5) 87.0 (77.5–93.0) 7.5 (1.5–29.4)
 Retired 102 (42.5) 88.4 (77.1–100.1) 12.2 (5.3–21.4)
 Other employment status 17 (7.0) 89.8 (85.1–99.7) 7.9 (3.5–19.4)
Education
 High school graduate or less 30 (12.5) 85.5 (73.4–90.5) 9.8 (2.3–28.0)
 Some college 78 (32.5) 91.0 (84.0–104.2) 8.0 (2.6–17.5)
 College graduate 68 (28.3) 97.0 (84.4–111.2) 11.0 (3.3–18.4)
 Graduate degree 64 (26.7) 91.8 (77.9–110.1) 17.0 (8.3–28.8)
Annual Income (by home address census tract, in US dollars)
  < 51,934 56 (23.3) 95.6 (80.0–110.2) 7.9 (3.3–17.2)
 51,934 – < 65,105 58 (24.2) 90.5 (79.5–113.0) 7.0 (1.7–18.1)
 65,105 – < 74,935.5 66 (27.5) 91.4 (82.8–99.7) 15.9 (8.5–28.8)
  ≥ 74,935.5 60 (25.0) 87.7 (78.0–110.2) 13.4 (3.5–21.3)
  1. Allegheny County, PA. USA. Study date: 2010–2019. Eligible population: overweight with prediabetes and/or metabolic syndrome. a: Not included in analysis: Asian (n = 2), Hispanic white (n = 2), Hispanic black or African American (n = 1), Hispanic other (n = 1), non-Hispanic Multi/Other (n = 4). Percentages are of sample included (n = 230 for race/ethnicity)