Table 1

 Characteristics of 1672 study children with a record of an injury in the previous year, adult respondents, and households

Total (n = 1672) No (column %)Respondent did not recall injury (n = 579) No (row %)Respondent did recall injury (n = 1093) No (row %)
Child age (years)
    <163 (4)30 (48)33 (52)
    1–<2239 (14)78 (33)161 (67)
    2–<3372 (22)116 (31)256 (69)
    3–<4347 (21)128 (37)219 (63)
    4–<5343 (21)127 (37)216 (63)
    5–<6308 (18)100 (32)208 (68)
Child sex
    Female736 (44)258 (35)478 (65)
    Male936 (56)321 (34)615 (66)
Respondent’s age (years)
    18–30497 (30)179 (36)318 (64)
    31–40913 (55)301 (33)612 (67)
    41–67256 (15)99 (39)157 (61)
Respondent’s relationship to child
    Birth parent1615 (97)557 (34)1058 (66)
    Other56 (3)22 (39)34 (61)
Respondent’s education
    High school or less235 (14)89 (38)146 (62)
    Some college689 (41)243 (35)446 (65)
    College graduate429 (26)151 (35)278 (65)
    Postgraduate317 (19)95 (30)222 (70)
Respondent’s marital status
    Single164 (10)64 (39)100 (61)
    Married1284 (77)430 (33)854 (67)
    Living as married102 (6)42 (41)60 (59)
    Divorced, separated, or widowed121 (7)43 (36)78 (64)
Number of children in household
    1468 (28)171 (37)297 (63)
    2737 (44)260 (35)477 (65)
    ⩾3467 (28)148 (32)319 (68)
Household income (thousands $)
    <50686 (43)259 (38)427 (62)
    50–74457 (28)140 (31)317 (69)
    ⩾75461 (29)155 (34)306 (66)