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Table 1 Demographics of parent participants

From: Exploring the vagueness of Religion & Spirituality in complex pediatric decision-making: a qualitative study

Variable Number (%)
Total Participants 28
Sex
 Male 12 (43%)
 Female 16 (57%)
Ethnicity
 Caucasian 11 (39%)
 Hispanic 5 (18%)
 African American 10 (36%)
 Native American 2 (7%)
Average Age (range, SD) 32 (21–46, 6.4)
Average Years of Education (range, SD) 14 (7–18, 2.5)
Married
 Yes 23 (82%)
 No 5 (18%)
Religious Preferencea
 Christian 27 (96%)
 Other 1 (4%)
Income
  < $15,000 3 (11%)
 $15,000–$25,000 4 (14%)
 $26,000–$50,000 7 (25%)
 $51,000–$75,000 6 (21%)
 $76,000–$100,000 5 (18%)
  > $100,000 3 (11%)
  1. aDemographic survey allowed participants to select from 5 options: Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, and Other (with option to specify a particular religion). “Christian” is broadly defined to include any individual who self-identified as “Christian” based on their beliefs, denomination, or sect. The participant who selected a religion of “Other” did not specify a particular religion but described themselves as “spiritual” when interviewed