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Table 1 Characteristics of pregnant women

From: Changes in prenatal care and vaccine willingness among pregnant women during the COVID-19 pandemic

Characteristica Unweighted No. (%) n = 233 Weighted %
Age
 18–24 85 (36.5) 26.6
 25–34 96 (41.2) 56.6
 35–54 52 (22.3) 16.8
Race
 Non-Hispanic white 59 (25.3) 53.0
 Non-Hispanic black 44 (18.9) 16.3
 Hispanic 116 (49.8) 21.2
 Other 14 (6.0) 9.6
Education
 High school or less 61 (26.2) 28.8
 Associate degree 37 (15.9) 13.1
 Some college 35 (15.0) 15.1
 Bachelor’s degree 57 (24.5) 24.9
 Graduate degree 43 (18.5) 18.0
Region
 Midwest 41 (17.6) 23.2
 Northeast 37 (15.9) 17.2
 South 94 (40.3) 37.3
 West 61 (26.2) 22.4
Income
  < 20 K 39 (17.0) 16.8
 20-39 K 58 (25.3) 25.0
 40-69 K 39 (17.0) 17.3
 70-99 K 40 (17.5) 16.4
 100-149 K 28 (12.2) 13.8
 150+ 25 (10.9) 10.6
Lost job or more than half income during pandemic
 No 119 (51.5) 55.0
 Yes 112 (48.5) 45.0
Health insurance
 No 42 (18.8) 17.1
 Yes 182 (81.2) 82.9
Chronic conditions
 0 132 (56.7) 61.9
  ≥ 1 101 (43.3) 38.1
Political affiliation
 Republican 66 (29.9) 35.5
 Democrat 105 (47.5) 39.1
 Independent or other 50 (22.6) 25.5
Trimester at survey
 1st (< 13 wks) 14 (7.1) 8.5
 2nd (≥13–26 wks) 48 (24.4) 29.8
 3rd (≥26 wks- < 45 wks) 135 (68.5) 61.7
  1. aMissing values: income (n = 4, 1.7%), lost job (n = 2, 0.9%), health insurance (n = 9, 3.9%), political affiliation (n = 12, 5.2%), trimester (n = 36, 15.5%)