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Table 1 Description of sample of pregnant women at first prenatal visit (N = 586)

From: Should prenatal care providers offer pregnancy options counseling?

Variable n (%) or mean ± SD
Age, in years (M, SD) 27.0 ± 5.6
Race/ethnicity
 White 45 (7.7)
 Black or African American 461 (78.8)
 Hispanic/Latina 55 (9.4)
 Other/Multiple 24 (4.1)
Highest level of education
 Less than high school 120 (20.5)
 Completed high school or GED 286 (48.9)
 Some or completed college 179 (30.6)
Employment
 Employed full time 176 (30.2)
 Employed part time 122 (20.9)
 Unemployed 285 (48.9)
Public assistance in last 12 months 431 (75.5)
Food insecurity in last 12 months 271 (46.9)
Prior pregnancy 467 (80.1)
Prior birth 401 (68.6)
Prior abortion 165 (28.3)
Trimester entered prenatal care
 1st trimester 417 (72.2)
 2nd trimester 130 (22.5)
 3rd trimester 31 (5.4)
Gestational age of pregnancy, in weeks (M, SD) 11.3 ± 8.1
London Measure of Unplanned Pregnancy score (M, SD) 7.0 ± 2.9