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Table 3 Characteristics of study respondents by the willingness and uptake of COVID-19 vaccination

From: Willingness and uptake of the COVID-19 testing and vaccination in urban China during the low-risk period: a cross-sectional study

Characteristics Uptake of COVID-19 vaccination Willingness of COVID-19 vaccination among those not vaccinated
Vaccinated /scheduled (%) Not vaccinated/scheduled (%) Willing (%) Unwilling (%)
Total 530 (23.62) 1714 (76.38) 888 (51.90) 823 (48.10)
City P = 0.040   P = 0.022  
 Nanjing 237 (21.72) 854 (78.28) 419 (49.12) 434 (50.88)
 Chizhou 293 (25.41) 860 (74.59) 469 (54.66) 389 (45.34)
Gender P = 0.252   P = 0.082  
 Male 176 (25.14) 524 (74.86) 288 (55.07) 235 (44.93)
 Female 354 (22.93) 1190 (77.07) 600 (50.51) 588 (49.49)
Age (years) P < 0.001   P = 0.799  
 18–25 46 (21.10) 172 (78.90) 90 (52.33) 82 (47.67)
 26–35 183 (17.55) 860 (82.45) 454 (52.98) 403 (47.02)
 36–45 186 (32.80) 381 (67.20) 193 (50.66) 188 (49.34)
  >  = 46 115 (27.64) 301 (72.36) 151 (50.17) 150 (49.83)
Residency P = 0.499   P = 0.822  
 Local residents 464 (23.86) 1481 (76.14) 766 (51.79) 713 (48.21)
 Migrants 66 (22.07) 233 (77.93) 122 (52.59) 110 (47.41)
Marital status P = 0.667   P = 0.277  
 Single 70 (24.73) 213 (75.27) 113 (53.05) 100 (46.95)
 Married 446 (23.34) 1465 (76.66) 761 (52.05) 701 (47.95)
 Divorced/widow 14 (28) 36 (72) 14 (38.89) 22 (61.11)
Educational attainment P < 0.001   P = 0.784  
 Middle school or lower 33 (9.68) 308 (90.32) 155 (50.49) 152 (49.51)
 High school or technical secondary school 53 (13.18) 349 (86.82) 188 (54.18) 159 (45.82)
 Junior college 149 (26.70) 409 (73.30) 209 (51.10) 200 (48.90)
 Bachelor's degree or higher 295 (31.28) 648 (68.72) 336 (51.85) 312 (48.15)
Occupation P < 0.001   P = 0.321  
 Government agency 363 (46.90) 411 (53.10) 221 (53.77) 190 (46.23)
 Service industry 101 (17.41) 479 (82.59) 251 (52.51) 227 (47.49)
 Manufacturing industry or agriculture 22 (7.28) 280 (92.72) 152 (54.29) 128 (45.71)
 Others 44 (7.48) 544 (92.52) 264 (48.71) 278 (51.29)
Annual individual income P = 0.007   P = 0.973  
  < 20 k 37 (15.16) 207 (84.84) 107 (52.20) 98 (47.80)
 20-50 k 81 (21.72) 292 (78.28) 151 (51.71) 141 (48.29)
 50-100 k 173 (24.68) 528 (75.32) 270 (51.14) 258 (48.86)
 100-200 k 151 (24.92) 455 (75.08) 235 (51.76) 219 (48.24)
  > 200 k 88 (27.50) 232 (72.50) 125 (53.88) 107 (46.12)
Self-reported health status P = 0.072   P = 0.050  
 Good 489 (24.15) 1536 (75.85) 808 (52.71) 725 (47.29)
 Poor 41 (18.72) 178 (81.28) 80 (44.94) 98 (55.06)
Awareness of COVID-19 P < 0.001   P < 0.001  
 High 510 (24.50) 1572 (75.50) 851 (54.20) 719 (45.80)
 Low 20 (12.35) 142 (87.65) 37 (26.24) 104 (73.76)
Perceived susceptibility of COVID-19 P < 0.001   P = 0.025  
 High 81 (55.48) 65 (44.52) 42 (65.63) 22 (34.38)
 Low 449 (21.40) 1649 (78.60) 846 (51.37) 801 (48.63)
Perceived severity of COVID-19 P = 0.103   P = 0.163  
 Severe or moderate 113 (26.65) 311 (73.35) 172 (55.48) 138 (44.52)
 Mild 417 (22.91) 1403 (77.09) 716 (51.11) 685 (48.89)
  1. Only 1714 participants who haven't received or scheduled a COVID-19 vaccine were asked their willingness. Among them, three participants didn't report their willingness, so the sample size for the vaccination willingness question was limited to 1711