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Table 1 Baseline characteristics of 183 subjects

From: Understanding why low-risk patients accept vaccines: a socio-behavioral approach

Variable n (%)
Age
 <18 years 4 (2.2)
 18–25 years 30 (16.4)
 26–35 years 44 (24.0)
 36–45 years 24 (13.1)
 46–55 years 29 (15.8)
 56–65 years 36 (19.7)
 ≥65 years 16 (8.7)
Male sex 76 (41.5)
Race
 White/caucasian 160 (88.4)
 Black/African American 9 (5.0)
 Asian 7 (3.9)
 Other 5 (2.8)
 Currently married 90 (49.5)
 Currently has health insurance 167 (92.8)
 Currently employed 138 (75.8)
Annual income
 0–$25,000 12 (7.0)
 25,001–$50,000 27 (15.7)
 $50,001–$75,000 17 (9.9)
 $75,001–$100,000 31 (18.0)
 >$100,000 57 (33.1)
 Refuse 28 (16.3)
Highest education
 Less than high school diploma 5 (2.7)
 High school diploma/GED 29 (15.9)
 Associate degree 8 (4.4)
 Bachelor degree 67 (36.8)
 Master degree 49 (26.9)
 Doctoral degree 15 (8.2)
 Other professional degree 9 (4.9)
 Religious affiliation guides vaccination decisions 21 (12.1)
 Attitudes score, median (IQR) 2.5 (0.83)
 Normative beliefs score, median (IQR) 1.6 (0.86)
 Perceived behavioral control score, median (IQR) 1.5 (1.0)
 Percent acceptance of offered vaccine, median (IQR) 66.7 (60)