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Table 1 Sociodemographic characteristics of the interview participants (n = 30)

From: Using online technologies to improve diversity and inclusion in cognitive interviews with young people

 Number% of Totala
Age
 15–17827%
 18–201033%
 21 – 24b1240%
Race
 White723%
 Black1653%
 Asian517%
 American Indian or Alaska Native13%
 Multiracial13%
Ethnicity
 Hispanic/Latinx310%
 Non-Hispanic/Non-Latinx2687%
 Unknown13%
Gender Identity
 Cisgender Woman1860%
 Cisgender Man1137%
 Transgender13%
Sexual Orientation
 Gay or Lesbian27%
 Bisexual or Bi-Curious13%
 Heterosexual2790%
Highest Level of Education Attained
 Some High Schoolc827%
 High School Graduate517%
 Associates Degree or some other college or technical school1240%
 College Graduate or Postgraduate517%
Currently a student
 Yes2377%
 No723%
Region
 Northeast827%
 Midwest827%
 South1447%
 Raised by Birth Parent(s)2687%
 Raised by Adoptive Parent(s)13%
 Raised by a Guardian (foster parent or relatives)310%
  1. aPercentages may not add to 100 due to rounding
  2. bOne participant stated on the eligibility survey that they were 24. During the interview they disclosed an age of 26
  3. c“Some high school” captures those still in high school or who have stopped attending high school but did not graduate
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