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Table 2 Participant characteristics (n = 2247)

From: Predictors of willingness to get a COVID-19 vaccine in the U.S

Characteristics Number of Individuals Weighted %
Demographics
 Gender
  Male 1158 48
  Female 1089 52
Education
  < High school 190 11
 High school 578 28
 Some college 611 28
 Bachelor’s degree or higher 868 34
Race/ethnicity
 White 1876 78
 Black 183 12
 Other 188 10
Hispanic origin
 Yes 441 16
 No 1806 84
Income, annual
  < $25,000 253 13
 $25,000–$49,999 408 18
 $50,000–$99,999 729 31
 $100,000–$149,999 394 16
  ≥ $150,000 463 21
Employed
 Yes 1489 65
 No 758 35
Health insurance
 Employer/union 1044 44
 Medicare/Department of Veterans Affairs 455 20
 Medicaid 132 7
 Other 144 6
 None 130 6
 Don’t know/refused 342 16
Has children age 0–18
 Yes 603 27
 No 1644 73
Received seasonal influenza vaccine in past year
 Yes 1245 54
 No 994 46
 Unknown 8 0
Severe COVID-19 risk factors
 Age, years
  18–24 186 10
  25–34 351 17
  35–49 531 24
  50–64 668 26
  65+ 511 22
Had a chronic medical condition
 Yes 584 26
 No 1582 71
 Unknown 81 4
Severe obesity (BMI > 40)
 Yes 395 17
 No 1740 78
 Unknown 112 5
Risk appraisals
 Worried about getting the novel coronavirus
  Strongly agree 453 20
  Agree 1070 47
  Disagree 537 24
  Strongly disagree 178 8
  Unknown 9 1
Perceived threat from novel coronavirus
 High/very high 512 24
 Moderate 911 40
 Low/very low 738 32
 Don’t know 82 4
 Refused 4 0
  1. Note: BMI body mass index, REF reference group