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Table 1 Demographic, health characteristics, and confirmed exposure to the Shape Your Future/Rethink Your Drink Campaign

From: Factors associated with sugar-sweetened beverage consumption in adults with children in the home after a statewide health communications program

Characteristicn (weighted %) 2015n (weighted %) 2017Confirmed Exposure (weighted % and 95 CI) 2017
Overall1118153823.8% (20.0, 27.6)
Gender
 Male348 (45.3)630 (46.4)17.6 (13.2, 22.0)a
 Female767 (54.7)904 (53.6)29.1 (23.3, 34.8)a
 missing34 
Age (years)
 18-34-2015180 (44.4)593 (43.5)24.4 (17.6, 31.2)
 35-54-2015783 (47.3)785 (47.1)23.9 (19.2, 28.5)
  ≥ 55–2015155 (8.3)159 (9.4)20.8 (11.8, 29.8)
 missing01 
Race/Ethnicity
 White883 (65.9)1022 (67.7)22.9 (19.2, 26.6)
 Black66 (8.3)160 (7.9)28.0 (17.9, 38.0)
 American Indian69 (9.0)163 (7.3)14.3 (8.3, 20. 3)
 Other89 (16.7)187 (17.1)29.3 (14.0, 44.6)
 missing116 
Education
  ≤ High school184 (47.3)355 (47.1)21.6 (16.1, 27.0)
  > High school915 (52.7)1182 (52.9)25.6 (20.4, 30.9)
 missing191 
Perceived health status
 Excellent, very good or good973 (82.4)1308 (84.6)23.0 (19.3, 26.8)
 Fair or poor144 (17.6)227 (15.4)28.1 (15.2, 40.9)
 missing13 
Daily water consumption
  ≥ 8 cups509 (49.8)573 (42.0)25.9 (19.7, 32.1)
 0–7 cups608 (50.2)963 (58.0)22.3 (17.5, 27.0)
 missing12 
Daily servings of fruit
  ≥ 3 servings268 (22.6)263 (20.1)22.4 (14.2, 30.7)
  < 3 servings846 (77.4)1249 (79.9)24.7 (20.4, 29.1)
 missing426 
Daily servings of vegetables
  ≥ 3 servings238 (19.2)321 (20.8)18.6 (12.9, 24.2)
  < 3 servings877 (80.8)1196 (79.2)25.6 (21.0, 30.2)
 missing321 
Moderate to intense exercise
  ≥ 3 days per week740 (68.5)973 (62.8)24.2 (19.5, 28.9)
  < 3 days per week378 (31.5)551 (37.2)24.0 (17.4, 30.6)
 missing014 
Able to afford healthy food
 Strongly agree427 (33.8)b623 (47.7) b25.9 (19.6, 32.2)
 Do not strongly agree691 (66.2) b914 (52.3) b21.9 (17.5, 26.3)
 missing01 
  1. a indicates statistically significant exposure differences between men and women
  2. b indicates a statistically significant (p < 0.0001) difference in ability to afford healthy food between 2015 and 2017