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AIDS and Behavior
 
From:
Published online 2010 October 27. doi: 10.1007/s10461-010-9837-2

Table 1

Demographics of subjects offered a rapid HIV test by an HIV counselor, N = 1959

CharacteristicNumber (%a)
Total1959
Gender, n = 1951
 Men679 (34.8%)
 Women1272 (65.2%)
Age, n = 1919Median 35 [IQRb, 25–48]
 18–29731 (38.1%)
 30–39404 (21.1%)
 40–49359 (18.7%)
 50–59260 (13.6%)
 60+165 (8.6%)
Race/ethnicity, n = 1944
 White744 (38.3%)
 Black417 (21.4%)
 Hispanic585 (30.1%)
 Otherc198 (10.2%)
Primary language, n = 1946
 English1415 (72.7%)
 Spanish409 (21.0%)
 Other122 (6.3%)
Education, n = 1951
 <High school259 (13.3%)
 High school446 (22.9%)
 >High school1246 (63.9%)

aPercentages may total more than 100% due to rounding

bIQR––Interquartile range

cDue to small numbers, participants who identified themselves as either Asian, Native-American, multiracial or other were all categorized as Other