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Table 1 Weighted Sample Demographics for Adults with Chronic Kidney Disease and Diabetes

From: The cumulative impact of social determinants of health factors on mortality in adults with diabetes and chronic kidney disease

(n = 1376; N = 7,579,967) Percentage
Age in years at screening
 20–54 25.8%
 55–74 48.2%
 75+ 26.0%
Gender
 Male 51.7%
 Female 48.3%
Race
 Non-Hispanic White 63.2%
 Non-Hispanic Black 16.5%
 Other 20.4%
Education group
  < 9th grade 14.1%
 9-11th grade 16.3%
 High school graduate/GED or equivalent 26.2%
 Some college or associate degree 29.3%
 College graduate or above 14.1%
Marital status
 Married 54.6%
 not Married 45.4%
*Insurance coverage
 Private insurance 51.1%
 Medicare 52.7%
 Medicaid 13.1%
 No Insurance 10.5%
Lifestyle Factors
 Former or current smoker 55.2%
 Moderate or above moderate drinker 60.9%
 No physical activity 55.3%
Comorbidity
 Hypertension 75.4%
 Heart Disease 30.0%
 Stroke 13.1%
 Cancer 16.1%
Social Determinant Measures
  ≤ 130% of poverty level 30.6%
 Food insecurity 16.1%
 Mild to Severe depression 32.6%
Social Determinant Composite Score
 No adverse social determinant score (0) 46.6%
 Adverse social determinant score (≥1) 53.4%
Mortality Status
 Alive 76.7%
 Deceased 23.3%
  1. *Insurance coverage reported includes only major types