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Table 1 Respondent characteristics

From: Value of transfusion independence in severe aplastic anemia from patients’ perspectives – a discrete choice experiment

  All Respondents (N = 30)
Gender, N (%)
 Male 9 (30.0%)
 Female 21 (70.0%)
Age, N (%)
 18–49 10 (33.3%)
 50–64 10 (33.3%)
 65+ 10 (33.3%)
Country of Residence, N (%)
 USA 26 (86.7%)
 UK 1 (3.3%)
 France 1 (3.3%)
 Australia 1 (3.3%)
 Canada 1 (3.3%)
Education,a N (%)
 High school degree only 3 (10.0%)
 Some college, no degree 6 (20.0%)
 Associate’s degree (e.g., 2-year college degree) 2 (6.7%)
 Bachelor’s degree 9 (30.0%)
 Master’s degree or higher 10 (33.3%)
Employment, N (%)
 Retired 9 (30.0%)
 Disabled 6 (20.0%)
 Employed full-time 5 (16.7%)
 Employed part-time 3 (10.0%)
 Homemaker 3 (10.0%)
 Self-employed 2 (6.7%)
 Unemployed, but looking for work 1 (3.3%)
 Unemployed, not looking for work 1 (3.3%)
  1. aForeign education systems were mapped into the American education system