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Table 2 Study subject demographics for entire study population

From: Diagnostic delays in vasculitis and factors associated with time to diagnosis

Demographics N = 456 (%)
Sex  
 Female 330 (72%)
 Male 126 (28%)
Race  
 American Indian or Alaskan Native 7 (2%)
 Asian 13 (3%)
 Black or African American 6 (1%)
 Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 1 (0%)
 White 390 (95%)
 Multiple races 1 (0%)
 Decline to answer 0
Ethnicity  
 Hispanic, Latino, or of Spanish Origin 12 (3%)
 Not Hispanic, Latino, or of Spanish Origin 418 (92%)
 Do not know 16 (4%)
 Missing 2 (0%)
 Decline to answer 8 (2)
Location  
 USA or Canada 370 (81%)
 Outside USA or Canada 86 (19%)
Level of education N = 456 (%)
Grade 8 or less 19 (4%)
Some high school 21 (5%)
High school graduate or GED 35 (8%)
Some college. No bachelor's degree 142 (31%)
Bachelor's degree 111 (24%)
Post-bachelor's degree awarded 118 (26%)
Decline to answer 8 (2%)
Employment status  
 Disabled (unable to work) 16 (4%)
 Student (not working) 45 (10%)
 Employed with income 294 (64%)
 Employed without income (volunteer) 3 (1%)
 Homemaker 17 (4%)
 Retired 64 (14%)
 Decline to answer 5 (1%)
Household income (US Dollars)  
 Less than $9999 24 (5%)
 $10,000 to $29,000 43 (9%)
 $30,000 to $39,000 50 (11%)
 $50,000 to $99,000 126 (28%)