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Table 1 Means and standard deviations of the demographic variables in the overall sample and by sector.

From: How to boost the boosters? A survey-experiment on the effectiveness of different policies aimed at enhancing acceptance of a “Seasonal” vaccination against COVID-19

  Overall sample General Jewish
N = 757*
Arab
N = 108*
Ultra-Orthodox
N = 55*
N Mean Std N Mean Std N Mean Std N Mean Std
Gender1 924 .48 .500 755 .49 .500 107 .42 .496 55 .44 .501
Age2 929 39.45 14.043 757 40.46 14.255 108 35.63 11.897 55 33.27 12.409
Education3 920 4.09 1.320 753 4.11 1.330 104 4.27 1.192 54 3.56 1.341
Parenthood4 914 .43 .496 751 .41 .492 104 .48 .502 54 .70 .461
Income5 841 2.39 1.155 681 2.54 1.138 103 1.75 1.064 50 1.74 .853
  1. *The sample included 9 additional participants that did not report their sectorial affiliation and hence were excluded from any sector-involving analysis; 1Gender: 1 = male, 0 = female; 2Age in years; 3Education: a 6-point scale ranging from elementary school = 1 to a masters' degree and beyond = 6; 4Parenthood: 1 = "has children", 0 = "does not have children"; 5Income level: relative to average household income: ranging from 1 = "much lower" to 5 = "much higher"