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Table 2 Participant characteristics

From: Adolescents’ perceived barriers to accessing sexual and reproductive health services in California: a cross-sectional survey

  Total
(N = 10,015)
Percent
Gender
 Male 5,166 51.9
 Female 4,664 46.8
 Transgender/non-binary/multiple genders 129 1.3
Age
 10-14 years 4,579 46.0
 15-19 years 5,369 54.0
Sexual orientation
 Straight/heterosexual 8,140 84.4
 Bisexual 666 6.9
 Questioning 200 2.1
 Gay/lesbian 179 1.9
 Multiple/queer/other 458 4.8
Ethnicity
 Hispanic 7,546 76.4
 Non-Hispanic 2,328 23.6
Race
 White 2,590 25.9
 American Indian/Alaska Native 822 8.2
 Black 766 7.7
 Asian or Pacific Islander/Native Hawaiian 605 6.0
 Multiple 619 6.2
 Missing 4,613 46.1
Living situation
 Stable housing 8,585 88.2
 Foster care 591 6.1
 Juvenile justice facility 357 3.7
 Unstable housing 201 2.1
Ever had vaginal and/or anal sex
 No 7,039 71.2
 Yes 2,851 28.8
  1. Note: Except for race, percentages are based on those with non-missing data