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Table 1 Demographic characteristics

From: Health state utilities associated with attributes of weekly injection devices for treatment of type 2 diabetes

Characteristics Scotland (N = 150) England (N = 59) Participants in the Analysis Sample (N = 209) P-valuea
Age (Mean, SD) 61.2 (9.3) 58.2 (7.5) 60.4 (8.9) 0.027
Gender (n, %)
 Male 85 (56.7%) 35 (59.3%) 120 (57.4%) 0.73
 Female 65 (43.3%) 24 (40.7%) 89 (42.6%)
Ethnicity (n, %)
 White 150 (100.0%) 31 (52.5%) 181 (86.6%) <0.0001
 Mixed 0 (0.0%) 5 (8.5%) 5 (2.4%)
 Asian 0 (0.0%) 8 (13.6%) 8 (3.8%)
 Black 0 (0.0%) 15 (25.4%) 15 (7.2%)
Marital Status (n, %)
 Single 15 (10.0%) 18 (31.0%) 33 (15.9%) 0.0006
 Married/Living with partner 105 (70.0%) 28 (48.3%) 133 (63.9%)
 Otherb 30 (20.0%) 12 (20.7%) 42 (20.2%)
Employment Status (n, %)
 Full-time work 23 (15.3%) 13 (22.0%) 36 (17.2%) 0.051
 Part-time work 24 (16.0%) 16 (27.1%) 40 (19.1%)
 Otherc 103 (68.7%) 30 (50.8%) 133 (63.6%)
Education Level (n, %)
 University degree 40 (26.7%) 24 (40.7%) 64 (30.6%) 0.048
 No University degree 110 (73.3%) 35 (59.3%) 145 (69.4%)
  1. a P-values are based on t-tests for continuous variables and chi-square analyses for categorical variables
  2. bOther marital status includes divorced (n = 19), separated (n = 8), and widowed (n = 15)
  3. cOther employment status includes homemaker/housewife (n = 1), student (n = 4), unemployed (n = 13), retired (n = 91), disabled (n = 22), carer (n = 1), and transient (n = 1)
  4. SD standard deviation