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Table 2 Descriptive statistics of the respondents according to interview format

From: Communicating effectiveness of intervention for chronic diseases: what single format can replace comprehensive information?

  ARR RRR NNT POL
Covariate n p/median n p/median n p/median n p/median
Sex (Females, %) 294 56.5 292 54.8 288 53.5 295 61.0
Age (years) 294 52 (43; 59) 288 51 (43;59) 288 51 (42;59) 295 51 (42; 59)
Household income (1,000 DKK) 292 500–599 (100–199; 900–999) 289 500–599 (100–199; 800–899) 281 500–599 (200–299; 1,000+) 293 500–599 (200–299; 800–899)
Education (years) 294 13 (10; 17) 292 13 (9; 16) 285 13 (10; 16) 290 12 (9; 17)
Married or cohabitating w/partner (Yes, %) 294 73.8 292 74.0 287 81.2 293 78.5
Personal experience w/cardiovascular disease (Yes, %) 292 39.4 290 36.2 287 33.1 295 38.3
Family w/known cardiovascular disease (Yes, %) 287 41.1 281 36.3 286 42.3 288 45.5
Numeracy skills (2 or more wrong answers, %) 294 19.7 292 18.2 288 24.0 295 17.6
  1. For proportions, percentages are given, while for continuous and categorical variables the median is given with 10% and 90% percentiles in parentheses. n indicates the number of valid responses