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Table 1 Unhealthy days during the previous 30 days by participants’ characteristics and neighborhood factors

From: Adverse childhood experiences and health-related quality of life in adulthood: revelations from a community needs assessment

  Total 0–13 unhealthy days a month 14 or more unhealthy days a month
  Nb (%) Count (%) Count (%)
Age (in years)       
  18–35 years 62 (31.0) 46 (31.3) 16 (30.2)
  36–45 years 39 (19.5) 31 (21.1) 8 (15.1)
  46–55 years 50 (25.0) 38 (25.9) 12 (22.6)
  56 plus years 49 (24.5) 32 (21.8) 17 (32.1)
Sex       
  Female 132 (65.7) 93 (62.8) 39 (73.6)
  Male 69 (34.3) 55 (37.2) 14 (26.4)
Education       
  High school complete 162 (80.6) 124 (83.8) 38 (71.7)
  No high school 39 (19.4) 24 (16.2) 15 (28.3)
Marital status       
  Currently marrieda 65 (32.7) 54 (37.0) 11 (20.8)
  Not married nowa 134 (67.3) 92 (63.0) 42 (79.2)
Race/ethnicity       
  Non-Hispanic whites 13 (6.5) 8 (5.4) 5 (9.4)
  Non-Hispanic blacks 133 (66.5) 98 (66.7) 35 (66.0)
  Hispanic or Latino 54 (27.0) 41 (27.9) 13 (24.5)
Household annual income       
  $0–20,000a 114 (56.7) 77 (38.3) 37 (18.4)
  $20,001–40,000 36 (18.0) 29 (14.4) 7 (3.5)
  $40,001 or more 24 (11.9) 21 (10.4) 3 (1.5)
  Income not reported 27 (13.4) 21 (10.4) 6 (3.0)
Residential time       
  5 years or less 101 (50.2) 76 (51.4) 25 (47.2)
  More than 5 years 100 (49.8) 72 (48.6) 28 (52.8)
Neighborhood factors Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD
  Community assets 7.78 (3.5) 7.88 3.38 7.49 3.92
  Community wide issues 4.11 (2.9) 4.03 2.93 4.36 2.97
  Neighborhood cohesion 65.33 (18.7) 66.03 18.81 63.40 18.73
  1. Column comparisons of 0–13 unhealthy days a month vs. 14 or more unhealthy days. aValues were significantly different at p < .05 in the two-sided test of equality for column proportions (z-tests for column proportions or t-tests for column means). bSome column numbers do not add to total sample size due to missing values