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What Would Make Getting Colorectal Cancer Screening Easier? Perspectives from Screeners and Nonscreeners

Table 1

Socio-demographic characteristics of survey respondents ( ) reporting barriers ( ), “no” or “nothing” ( ), or no comment ( ) on the 6-month followup survey.

Reported barriers ( )No, nothing ( )No comment ( )
% % %

Gender
 Females36758.718457.54555.6
 Males25841.313642.53644.4
Race/ethnicity
 African-American27343.716451.33543.2
 Hispanic7411.8226.978.6
 White24238.711937.23340.7
 Other, unreported365.8154.767.4
Age group
 50–5949779.826181.66377.8
 60+12820.55918.41822.2
Married
 Yes38261.120062.55466.7
 No23938.211937.22733.3
 Unreported40.610.30
Employed
 Yes50881.325379.16479.0
 No11418.26420.01619.8
 Unreported30.530.911.2
Education
 Less than college34655.418758.45264.2
 College degree or higher27644.213040.62935.8
 Unreported30.530.90
Income
 <$30 K8713.95015.62227.2
 $30 K–<$70 K28445.413742.82733.3
 $70 K or higher22135.411937.23239.5
 Unreported335.3144.40
Screening status
 Early-screener (<6 mo)11017.618056.33442.0
 Late-screener (>6 mo but ≤12 mo)396.2123.80
 Nonscreener by 12 mo47676.212840.04758.0

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