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Table 1 Baseline demographics compared between women’s health clinic patients randomized to complete a novel Family Planning Quotient tool versus the modified One Key Question®

From: Pregnancy intention screening tools: a randomized trial to assess perceived helpfulness with communication about reproductive goals

  FPQ (n = 48)
n (%)
OKQ (n = 43)
n (%)
Age (mean ± SD) 28 ± 6.5 29 ± 5.4
Race
 White 33 (68.8) 30 (69.8)
 Black 1 (2.1) 5 (11.6)
 Other 14 (29.1) 8 (18.6)
Education
 High school or less 12 (25.0) 6 (14.0)
 Some college 17 (35.4) 19 (44.2)
 College or more 19 (39.6) 18 (41.9)
Income
  < $30,000 23 (48.9) 21 (51.2)
 $30–59,999 13 (27.7) 8 (19.5)
 $60,000+ 11 (23.4) 12 (29.3)
Insurance status
 Private 17 (35.4) 8 (20.0)
 Public 31 (64.6) 31 (77.5)
 Uninsured 0 1 (2.5)
Relationship status
 Single 8 (16.7) 8 (18.6)
 Dating/In a relationship 18 (37.5) 15 (34.9)
 Living together 8 (16.7) 6 (14.0)
 Married 12 (25.0) 13 (30.2)
 Divorced/Separated 2 (4.1) 1 (2.3)
Sexual partners
 Male 40 (83.3) 35 (81.4)
 Female 0 0
 Both 0 1 (2.3)
 Not currently sexually active 8 (16.7) 7 (16.3)
Total number of children
(biologic and non-biologic)
 None 20 (41.7) 22 (52.3)
 1–2 20 (41.7) 11 (26.2)
 3 or more 8 (16.7) 9 (21.4)
Currently pregnant 19 (39.6) 22 (51.2)