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Table 2 Community member characteristics, by county (n = 30)

From: Community member perspectives from transgender women and men who have sex with men on pre-exposure prophylaxis as an HIV prevention strategy: implications for implementation

  Alameda (n = 10) Los Angeles (n = 10) San Francisco (n = 10) Total sample (n = 30)
Mean age (SD) 32 (8.74) 32 (6.16) 44.2 (10.83) 36.07 (10.30)
Employment Status
Employed 8 10 4 22 (73%)
Unemployed 2 0 6 8 (27%)
Education
<High School 1 0 0 1 (3%)
HS/GED 2 2 2 6 (20%)
Some college 6 3 6 15 (50%)
College degree 1 5 2 8 (27%)
Ethnoracial identity
Black 6 0 7 13 (43%)
Latino 2 8 0 10 (33%)
Mixed 1 0 0 1 (3%)
White 1 2 3 6 (20%)
Gender     
Male 8 7 9 24 (80%)
Femalea 2 3 1 6 (20%)
Health Insurance
None 3 3 1 7 (23%)
Public 2 0 8 10 (33%)
Private 4 4 1 9 (30%)
Unspecified 1 3 0 4 (13%)
Sexual Orientation
Gay 3 7 6 16 (53%)
Bisexual 3 0 0 3 (10%)
Other sexual minority identityb 2 0 3 5 (17%)
Heterosexuala 2 3 1 6 (20%)
PrEP willingness
Willing to use 3 4 3 10 (33%)
Willing to use, if certain information is provided 4 5 4 13 (43%)
Not willing to use 3 1 3 7 (23%)
  1. a Transgender participants. b This category is inclusive of all other self-identified sexual orientation descriptors (e.g., ‘queer’).