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Table 3 Odds ratios for demographic variables* Indicates increased (OR > 1) or decreased (OR < 1) odds of respondent with demographic variable shown accepting a vaccine shown in a profile compared to the reference group

From: Use of a choice survey to identify adult, adolescent and parent preferences for vaccination in the United States

AttributeLevelAdultsAdolescentsParents of adolescents
ORP-valueORP-valueORP-value
Respondent genderMaleREFREFREF
Female0.980.9121.120.5840.64†0.025
Median age categoryBelow medianREFREFREF
At or greater than median age1.110.5950.670.0550.700.073
Respondent education< Bachelor’s degreeREFREF
Bachelor’s degree and higher0.680.0631.330.156
RegionNortheastREFREFREF
Midwest1.170.5941.990.0770.820.484
South1.010.9811.150.6960.740.285
West1.070.8371.450.3391.330.349
Race/ethnicityWhite, non-HispanicREFREFREF
Non-white, non-Hispanic1.540.0682.14†0.0012.33†< 0.001
Household income<$50,000/yrREFREFREF
> = $50,000/yr1.71†0.0120.62†0.0280.610.052
EmployedYesREFREF
No1.050.8310.760.256
Side effect experienceYesREFREFREF
No2.33†< 0.0011.490.0731.66†0.020
  1. *Model also contained additional variables: Seriousness of illness, duration of illness, vaccine effectiveness, risk of illness without vaccination, risk of death without vaccination, risk of severe side effects, length of time vaccine available, location, time, healthcare provider type, PCP recommendation, and cost after insurance
  2. Indicates that odds ratio is significantly different from 1 (p < 0.05)
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