TABLE 3

Overall Sample Characteristics

Time 1Time 2
False-Positive, n (%)Screen Negative, n (%)χ2PFalse-Positive, n (%)Screen Negative, n (%)χ2P
Agen = 134n = 405n = 82n = 179
 25 and younger9 (6.7)26 (6.4).543 (3.7)3 (1.7).73a
 26–3028 (20.9)110 (27.2)14 (17.1)36 (20.1)
 31–3559 (44.0)160 (39.5)33 (40.2)72 (40.2)
 36+38 (28.4)109 (26.9)32 (39.0)68 (38.0)
City of residence, population sizen = 133n = 410n = 81n = 179
 100 000+93 (69.9)330 (80.5).02*54 (66.7)141 (78.8).045*
 <100 00040 (30.1)80 (19.5)27 (33.3)38 (21.2)
First childn = 134n = 315n = 82n = 179
 Yes72 (53.7)127 (40.3).01*46 (56.1)82 (45.8).14
 No62 (46.3)188 (59.7)36 (43.9)97 (54.2)
Marital statusn = 134n = 410n = 82n = 179
 Married or common law123 (91.8)380 (92.7).7179 (96.3)166 (92.7).29
 Other11 (8.2)30 (7.3)3 (3.7)13 (7.3)
Education, highest level completedn = 134n = 408n = 82n = 179
 High school or less18 (13.4)57 (14.0).02*9 (11.0)23 (12.8).25
 College or CEGEP54 (40.3)107 (26.2)29 (35.4)42 (23.5)
 Undergrad27 (20.1)112 (27.5)20 (24.4)55 (30.7)
 Grad or professional35 (26.1)132 (32.4)24 (29.3)59 (33.0)
Annual household incomen = 129n = 398n = 78n = 163
 Under $80 00052 (40.3)180 (45.2).3622 (28.2)58 (35.6).26
 $80 000+77 (59.7)218 (54.8)56 (71.8)105 (64.4)
  • a Fisher’s exact test.

  • * P < .05.