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Table 1 Sample demographics (n = 112)

From: Acceptability of smartphone text- and voice-based ecological momentary assessment (EMA) methods among low income housing residents in New York City

  % (n)
Age
 Less than 25 years old 25.0 (28)
 25 to 44 years old 34.8 (39)
 45 years old and older 40.2 (45)
Gender
 Male 42.9 (48)
 Female 55.4 (62)
Race/ethnicity
 White/Caucasian .9 (1)
 Black/African American 67.0 (75)
 Hispanic/Latino 4.5 (5)
 Asian/Pacific Islander 2.7 (3)
 Multiracial/other 23.2 (26)
Educational attainment
 Less than 12th grade 27.7 (31)
 High school or equivalent 40.2 (45)
 Some college 24.1 (27)
 Bachelor’s degree or higher 7.2 (8)
Household income
 Less than $25,000 71.4 (80)
 $25,000–$49,999 22.3 (25)
 $50,000 or greater 5.4 (6)
Employment status
 Working full time 15.2 (17)
 Working part time 19.6 (22)
 Not working 51.8 (58)
 Retired 4.5 (6)
 Student 6.3 (7)
Body mass index classification
 Underweight 1.8 (2)
 Normal weight 27.7 (31)
 Overweight 27.7 (31)
 Obese 42.9 (48)
Blood pressure classification
 Normal blood pressure 29.5 (33)
 Pre-hypertension 30.4 (34)
 Hypertension 40.2 (45)
Cell phone ownership
 Yes 92.0 (103)
 No 8.0 (9)
Smartphone ownership
 Yes 57.4 (58)
 No 42.6 (34)