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Table 1 Patient and provider characteristics of pregnant women surveyed (n = 408)

From: A survey-based study of Zika virus communication preferences among pregnant women in Georgia, United States

Patient Characteristics Total
  N %
Age
 18–29 132 32.3
 30–34 159 38.9
 35+ 112 27.4
 Missing 5 1.2
Education
 High School Degree or less 70 17.4
 Some college 48 11.9
 Bachelor Degree 117 28.6
 Graduate Degree 168 41.2
 Missing 5 1.2
Race
 African American/Black 151 37.0
 Hispano/Latino/Chicano 20 4.9
 Caucasian/White 165 40.4
 Asian 48 11.8
 Other 17 4.2
 Missing 7 1.7
First pregnancy
 Yes 177 43.4
 No 224 54.9
 Missing 7 1.7
Trimester
 First 53 13.0
 Second 140 34.3
 Third 206 50.5
 Missing 9 2.2
Type of primary prenatal care provider
 Ob-Gyn 325 79.6
 Midwife 47 11.5
 Both 13 3.2
 Don’t Know 18 4.4
 Missing 5 1.2
Sex of primary prenatal care provider
 Female 335 82.1
 Male 46 11.3
 Both 11 2.7
 Don’t know 1 0.3
 Missing 15 3.7
Considers prenatal care provider their primary providera
 Yes 138 33.8
 No 265 65.0
 Missing 7 1.7
  1. aWomen were asked whether or not they consider their prenatal care provider (ob-gyn or midwife) their primary care provider (main source of health care)