Table 1
Characteristics of study population, household population aged 20 to 79, Canada excluding territories, 2012/2013

Table 1
Characteristics of study population, household population aged 20 to 79, Canada excluding territories, 2012/2013
Table summary
This table displays the results of Characteristics of study population. The information is grouped by Characteristics (appearing as row headers), % and 95% confidence interval (appearing as column headers).
Characteristics % 95% confidence interval
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Sex  
Men 49.6 49.6 49.6
Women 50.4 50.4 50.4
Age group  
20 to 39 37.3 37.3 37.3
40 to 59 39.7 39.7 39.7
60 to 79 23.0 23.0 23.0
Race  
White 76.7 62.8 86.5
AsianNote  13.7Note E: Use with caution 7.2 24.4
Other 9.6Note E: Use with caution 5.8 15.4
Highest household income  
Less than $70,000 50.2 42.6 57.7
$70,000 or more 49.8 42.3 57.4
Education  
Less than college diploma/university degree 33.8 27.1 41.3
College diploma/University degree 66.2 58.7 72.9
Supplement use  
No 89.3 85.3 92.4
Yes 10.7 7.6 14.7
Fish consumption  
Less than twice a week 62.9 55.4 69.9
At least twice a week 37.1 30.1 44.6
Less than one serving of oily fish a week 72.7 64.5 79.6
At least oneserving of oily fish a week 27.3 20.4 35.5
Less than twice a week (one serving oily) 84.6 77.9 89.5
At least twice a week (one serving oily) 15.4Note E: Use with caution 10.5 22.1
Smoking status  
Daily or occasional 23.2 18.3 28.9
Non-smoker 76.8 71.1 81.7
Obesity  
No 72.2 67.3 76.7
Yes 27.8 23.3 32.7
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