TABLE 6

Logistic Regression Results

More Important To Allow Notification of Parents If Something Important Is Learned Versus Provide Greater Privacy ProtectionBetter To Keep Samples Unless Parents Contact the Health Department To Have Them Destroyed Versus Keep Samples Only If Parents Sign a FormWith Privacy Safeguards in Place, Allow the Samples To Be Used for Important Health Research Versus Do Not Allow the Samples To Be Used for Important Health Research
Frequency and percentages2441 (64%) notification vs 1386 (36%) privacy1448 (38%) opt-out vs 2383 (62%) opt-in2167 (71%) allow vs 904 (29%) do not allow
WaldORWaldORWaldOR
NBS education25.21***1.8034.43***2.028.83**1.44
Survey method (baseline = KN)14.55***6.05*8.00*
 Focus groups7.70**2.044.36*1.560.101.08
 Phone/paper7.99**1.552.221.267.63**0.64
Age4.92*1.0115.59***1.013.041.00
Female6.91**1.242.911.158.65**1.29
Hispanic1.070.882.880.810.290.93
Race (baseline = white)17.22***3.9410.49*
 Black/African American 15.60***1.520.130.96
 Native American0.021.032.580.73
 Asian/other2.611.327.26**1.63
Mountain region4.48*1.270.010.990.941.13
Mother with young child0.311.080.251.080.571.12
Parent1.820.883.690.830.311.06
Income12.46***0.930.190.990.540.54
Education11.24***0.918.60**1.084.43*1.06
  • Wald, Wald test statistic; –, not significant.

  • * P < .05;

  • ** P < .01;

  • *** P < .001.