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Table 2 Description of Calgary and Edmonton APrON Participants 1

From: The most effective strategy for recruiting a pregnancy cohort: a tale of two cities

Calgary Edmonton Total
  N Percentage within site Percentage of total N Percentage within site Percentage of total N Percentage of total
Income         
< $20,000 21 2.1% 1.8% 0 0.0% 0.0% 21 1.8%
$20,000-$39,000 38 3.9% 3.3% 9 5.4% 0.8% 47 4.1%
$40,000-$69,000 130 13.3% 11.3% 18 10.7% 1.6% 148 12.9%
$70,000-$99,00 209 21.3% 18.2% 49 29.2% 4.3% 258 22.5%
$100,000+ 581 59.3% 50.7% 92 54.8% 8.0% 673 58.7%
Total 979 (missing 49)    168 (missing 4)    1147 (missing 53)  
Education         
Trade/ 893 90.2% 77.0% 154 91.1% 13.3% 1047 90.3%
Under-graduate/
Post Graduate
High School/< 97 9.8% 8.4% 15 8.9% 1.3% 112 9.7%
High School
Total 990 (missing 38)    169 (missing 3)    1159 (missing 41)  
Working at a paid job         
Yes 732 72.6% 62.1% 131 76.6% 11.1% 863 73.2%
No 276 27.4% 23.4% 40 23.4% 3.4% 316 26.8%
Total 1008 (missing 20)    171 (missing 1)    1179 (missing 21)  
Marital status         
Married/ 950 96.3% 82.0% 165 96.5% 14.2% 1115 96.3%
Common-Law
Single/ 37 3.7% 3.2% 6 3.5% 0.5% 43 3.7%
Divorced/
Separated
Total 987 (missing 41)    171 (missing 1)    1158 (missing 42)  
Ethnicity         
Caucasian 841 86.3% 73.6% 146 86.9% 12.8% 987 86.4%
Non-Caucasian 134 13.7% 11.7% 22 13.1% 1.9% 156 13.6%
Total 975 (missing 53)    168 (missing 4)    1143 (missing 57)  
  1. 1Denominators vary due to missing data.