Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine / 2015 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Using the Theory of Planned Behaviour to Explain Use of Traditional Chinese Medicine among Hong Kong Chinese in Britain

Table 1

Sociodemographic details of respondents.

Percent

Gender
 Male44%
 Female56%
Age
 ≤15 yrs0.4%
 16–24 yrs14%
 25–44 yrs30%
 45–64 yrs40%
 65–74 yrs6%
 ≥75 yrs8.6%
Marital status
 Single34%
 Married53%
 Separated/divorced6%
 Widowed7%
Educational attainment
 <primary14%
 GCSE17%
 College16%
 ≥bachelor’s degree53%
Monthly income
 <£50020%
 £501–£1,00015%
 £1,001–£2,00026%
 £2,001–£3,00017%
 >£3,00022%
Length of HK residency (prior to living in UK)
 <10 yrs7%
 10–19 yrs37%
 20–29 yrs34%
 30–39 yrs13%
 40–49 yrs7%
 >50 yrs2%
Length of UK residency
 <10 yrs26%
 10–19 yrs26%
 20–29 yrs12%
 30–39 yrs20%
 40–49 yrs12%
 >50  yrs4%

Note: GCSE: General Certificate of Secondary Education; £: British Pound Sterling.