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Table 1 Demographics of 30 Black and Latinx participants

From: Examining medication adherence and preferences for a lifestyle intervention among Black and Latinx adults with hypertension: a feasibility study

  n % Mean/range
Gender
 Male 13 43.3  
 Female 27 56.7  
Age, mean (years)    60.3/(39–91)
Race
 American Indian or Alaska Native 1 3.5  
 Black/African American 17 58.6  
 White 4 13.8  
 Prefer not to answer 7 24.1  
Hispanic or Latinx
 No 21 70.0  
 Yes 9 30.0  
Education level
 Less than high school 12 40.0  
 High school graduate 5 16.7  
 Some college 4 13.3  
 Trade/technical/vocational training 4 13.3  
 College degree and above 5 16.7  
Employment status
 Employed 12 40.0  
 Out of work 2 6.7  
 Retired 10 33.3  
 Unable to Work 6 20.0  
Household income
 Less than $50,000 23 76.7  
 More than $50,000 3 10.0  
 Unsure 4 13.3  
Health status
 Excellent 1 3.3  
 Good 15 50.0  
 Fair 9 30.0  
 Poor 5 16.7  
Years since hypertension diagnosis
 Less than 1 tear 3 11.1  
 1–5 years 6 22.2  
 6–10 years 7 25.9  
 11–15 years 7 25.9  
 21 or more years 4 14.8  
Doctor visits for hypertension
 A few times per year 24 85.7  
 Once per year 3 10.7  
 Prefer not to answer 1 3.6  
Number of medication taken for hypertension, mean    2 (1–9)