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Table 1 Demographics

From: Validation of the wearable acceptability range scale for smart apparel

 Smart clothing NC (%)Smart footwear NF (%)Entire smart apparel
N (%)
 332 (50.1)331 (49.9)663 (100.0)
Gender
 Female199 (59.9)209 (63.1)408 (61.5)
 Male133 (40.1)122 (36.9)225 (38.5)
Age
 20–2993 (28.0)79 (23.9)172 (25.9)
 30–39120 (36.1)126 (38.1)246 (37.1)
 40–4963 (19.0)65 (19.6)128 (19.3)
 50–5937 (11.1)29 (8.8)66 (10.0)
 60–6911 (3.3)21 (6.3)32 (4.8)
 70–794 (1.2)4 (1.2)8 (1.2)
 Missing4 (2.1)7 (2.1)11 (1.7)
Ethnicity
 Caucasian/European American241 (72.6)239 (72.2)480 (72.4)
 African American17 (5.1)37 (11.2)54 (8.1)
 American Indian/Alaska Native1 (0.3)4 (1.2)5 (0.8)
 Asian26 (7.8)10 (3.0)36 (5.4)
 Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander1 (0.3)0 (0)1 (0.2)
 Hispanic American/Latino21 (6.3)14 (4.2)35 (5.3)
 Other25 (7.5)27 (8.1)52 (7.8)
Education
 Less than high school4 (1.2)3 (0.9)7 (1.1)
 High school diploma26 (7.9)25 (7.5)51 (7.7)
 Some college115 (34.7)99 (29.8.)214 (32.3)
 Bachelor degree123 (37.2)135 (40.7)258 (38.9)
 Some graduate work9 (2.7)14 (4.2)23 (3.5)
 Master degree41 (12.4)47 (14.2)88 (13.3)
 Doctorate degree6 (1.8)6 (1.8)12 (1.8)
 Other7 (2.1)3 (0.9)10 (1.5)
Occupation
 Business and service, finance or insurance55 (16.6)55 (16.6)110 (16.6)
 Health or social care12 (3.6)17 (5.1)29 (4.4)
 Hospitality, catering or leisure service15 (4.5)28 (8.5)43 (6.5)
 Manufacturing, construction or agriculture20 (6.0)16 (4.8)36 (5.4)
 Public sector or education78 (23.5)69 (20.8)147 (22.2)
 Transport, retail or wholesale47 (14.2)44 (13.3)91 (13.7)
 Technology industry26 (7.8)39 (11.8)65 (9.8)
 Other76 (22.9)62 (18.7)138 (20.8)
 Missing3 (0.9)1 (0.3)4 (0.6)
  1. NC, NF, and N mean the sample size of smart clothing, smart footwear, and smart apparel (smart clothing + smart footwear), respectively