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Table 2 Responses to questions 1-4: Demographic characteristics of all chronic pain patients sent invitations to complete the survey. Columns indicate those considering medical marijuana, all respondents and all invitees

From: Interests and concerns regarding medical marijuana among chronic pain patients in Ohio: an online survey

  Consider MMJ (n = 204)
N (%)
Respondents (n = 242)
N (%)
Inviteesa (n = 1047)
N (%)
Gender
 Male 65 (31.9%) 71 (29.3%) 330 (31.5%)
 Female 139 (81.3%) 171 (70.7%) 717 (68.5%)
Age (years)
 18-30 2 (1%) 2 (0.8%) 4 (0.3%)
 31-40 12 (5.9%) 19 (7.9%) 47 (4.5%)
 41-50 36 (17.6%) 43 (17.8%) 134 (12.8%)
 51-60 66 (32.4%) 78 (32.2%) 246 (23.5%)
 61-70 58 (28.4%) 66 (27.3%) 298 (28.6%)
 71-80 23 (11.3%) 26 (10.7%) 197 (18.8%)
 81 + 7 (3.4%) 8 (3.3%) 121 (11.5%)
 Modal age category 51-60 51-60 61-70
Ethnicity  
 African American 15 (7.3%) 18 (7.4%)  
 Native American 2 (1%) 2 (0.8%)  
 Asian 1 (0.5%) 1 (0.4%)  
 Caucasian/White 186 (91.2%) 219 (90.5%)  
 Hispanic/Latino (a) 0 (0) 1 (0.4%)  
 Other 0 (0) 1 (0.4%)  
Education level  
 < High school 3 (1.5%) 3 (1.2%)  
 High school grad. 60 (29.4%) 19 (7.9%)  
 Some college 63 (30.9%) 69 (28.5%)  
 College grad. 60 (29.4%) 70 (28.8%)  
 Graduate school 18 (8.8%) 81 (33.5%)  
  1. aAge in this column was extracted from the electronic medical record and converted to the ranges used by respondents