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Table 1 Socioeconomic and demographic characteristics of Native American women participants and their male partners

From: Socioeconomic disparities in intimate partner violence against Native American women: a cross-sectional study

Characteristic Participants (n = 312) Male Partners (n = 273)
Age, y, median (range) 26 (14–48) 27 (15–55)
Length of relationship, mos, median (range)a 48 (3–264) ...
Relationship status, %   
   Married/common law 48.1 ...
   Steady boyfriend 26.0  
   Separated/divorced 20.2  
   Single 5.8  
Pregnant in past 12 months, % 57.7 ...
Race/Ethnicity, %   
   Native American 100.0 41.0
   White, non-Hispanic 0.0 31.9
   African American 0.0 10.3
   Hispanic 0.0 10.3
   Other/unknown 0.0 6.6
Education, %   
   < High school graduate 28.8 27.8
   High school graduate 40.7 44.3
   Any college or vocational training 30.4 23.4
   Unknown 0.0 4.4
Employment status, %   
   Employed full time 29.5 59.0
   Employed part time 14.7 13.9
   Unemployed 49.4 18.0
   Student full time 6.4 4.8
   Unknown 0.0 4.4
Received public assistanceb in past 12 months, % 43.9 ...
No. in household, median (range) 4 (1–11) ...
Poverty level, %   
   ≤ 50% 30.1 ...
   51–100% 43.3  
   101–185% 17.0  
   > 185% 3.5  
   Unknown 6.1  
No home telephone, % 35.7  
  1. Ellipses (...) = not applicable. aAmong women with a relationship in past 12 months (n = 273). bIncludes food stamps and/or Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) or welfare.