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Table 3 Demographics in the included and excluded subjects (n=954)

From: Comparison of patient preferences for fecal immunochemical test or colonoscopy using the analytic hierarchy process

Variable Included subjects (n =667) Excluded subjects (n =287) p-values
Age in years (SD) 56.7 (7.4) 58.0 (7.4) 0.0135
Gender    0.3476
 Female 399 (59.9%) 162 (56.6%)  
 Male 267 (40.1%) 124 (43.4%)  
Marital Status    0.6326
 Single 166 (24.9%) 65 (22.8%)  
 Married 468 (70.3%) 203 (71.2%)  
 Widowed 32 (4.8%) 17 (6.0%)  
Race    0.9115
 White 617 (93.1%) 268 (94.4%)  
 Black 17 (2.6%) 6 (2.1%)  
 Asian 17 (2.6%) 7 (2.5%)  
 American Indian 3 (0.5%) 1 (0.4%)  
 Others 9 (1.4%) 2 (0.7%)  
Ethnicity    0.6120
 Hispanic 7 (1.1%) 4 (1.4%)  
Education level    0.1134
 High school or less 112 (16.8%) 64 (22.3%)  
 Some college or higher 552 (82.8%) 221 (77.0%)  
Insurance status    
 Private 446 (67.2%) 186 (65.5%) 0.6161
 Medicaid/Iowa Care 129 (19.4%) 59 (20.8%) 0.6338
 Medicare 110 (16.6%) 53 (18.7%) 0.4334
 None 12 (1.8%) 7 (2.4%) 0.5165
Annual income    0.7372
 < $40,000 204 (30.6%) 88 (30.7%)  
 $40,000 to < $80,000 169 (25.3%) 80 (27.8%)  
 ≥ $80,000 266 (39.9%) 105 (36.6%)  
 Unreported 28 (4.2%) 14 (4.9%)  
Rurality    0.2249
 Rural 217 (32.5%) 105 (36.6%)  
 Urban 450 (67.5%) 182 (63.4%)