TABLE 1

Total Sample in W1 and Subsample Including Only Those Who Had an Independent Driving License in W3: NEXT Generation Study, 2009–2012

Total Sample in W1 (n = 2525)Students With Independent Driving License in W3 (n = 1217)
nWeighted % (SE)95% CInWeighted % (SE)95% CI
Gender
 Female138854.44 (1.69)50.92–57.9664254.15 (1.98)50.03–58.27
 Male113245.56 (1.69)42.04–49.0857545.85 (1.98)41.73–49.97
Race/ethnicity
 White109257.92 (5.45)46.55–69.2977271.22 (4.35)62.15–80.29
 Hispanic80219.64 (3.93)11.44–27.8316211.96 (2.99)5.72–18.19
 Black48517.53 (3.65)9.91–25.1522313.19 (3.13)6.65–19.72
 Other1324.91 (1.05)2.71–7.10553.64 (0.94)1.68–5.59
Family affluence
 Low80423.85 (2.79)18.04–29.6718515.09 (1.91)11.10–19.07
 Moderate117348.95 (1.45)45.92–51.9856650.63 (1.78)46.92–54.33
 High54127.19 (2.50)21.98–32.4035634.29 (2.45)29.17–39.41
Educational level (higher of both parents)
 Less than high school diploma3358.43 (2.03)4.19–12.67503.95 (1.27)1.30–6.59
 High school diploma or GED60225.05 (2.11)20.64–29.4719918.34 (2.23)13.69–23.00
 Some degree86539.75 (1.68)36.25–43.2545641.89 (2.49)36.69–47.09
 Bachelor’s or graduate degree56026.77 (2.96)20.60–32.9436735.82 (3.84)27.80–43.83
  • Data are presented as frequencies and percentages unless otherwise indicated. Some degree: some college, technical school, or associate degree. GED, general equivalency diploma.