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Table 1 Demographics of survey participantsa

From: Psychological experience and coping strategies of patients in the Northeast US delaying care for infertility during the COVID-19 pandemic

  n = 214
Age mean (sd) 35.5(4.1)
Sex n(%)
Female 202(94.4%)
Male 3(1.4%)
Race/ethnicity n(%)
Non-Hispanic White 121(56.5%)
Hispanic 35(16.4%)
Non-Hispanic Black 20(9.3%)
Asian 17(7.9%)
Other 9(4.2%)
Prefer not to say 8(3.7%)
Religion n(%)
Christian 132(61.7%)
No Religion 34(15.9%)
Jewish 17(7.9%)
Prefer not to say 12(5.6%)
Hindu 6(2.8%)
Muslim 6(2.8%)
Buddhist 2(0.9%)
Other 1(0.5%)
Relationship Status n(%)
Married (Heterosexual) 174(81.3%)
Single living alone 13(6.1%)
Married (Same sex) 9(4.2%)
In a relationship, unmarried 8(3.7%)
Single living with heterosexual partner 7(3.3%)
Other 1(0.5%)
What is the highest education level you completed? n(%)
Masters Degree 92(43%)
Bachelors Degree 60(28%)
Professional Degree (PhD, MD, DO, JD, et al.) 38(17.8%)
High School Graduate or equivalent 13(6.1%)
Associates Degree 9(4.2%)
Less than High School 1(0.5%)
Employment n(%)
Employed full time 174(81.3%)
Employed part time 16(7.5%)
Unemployed 12(5.6%)
Full-time homemaker 6(2.8%)
Income n(%)
Less than $100,000 103(48.1%)
$100,000 or more 83(38.8%)
Prefer not to say 27(12.6%)
How many children do you have? n(%)
0 143(66.8%)
1 59(27.6%)
2 10(4.7%)
3 1(0.5%)
  1. aNote that that the denominator, n = 214, is based on the total number of patients who responded to the survey questions but not all survey questions were required. Totals do not equal 100% in each category as not all patients answered every survey question