TABLE 2.

Multivariate Logistic Regression for the Perception of High Diabetes Risk Among Adults With Undiagnosed Prediabetes

CharacteristicAdjusted OR95% CIP
Age, years
 20–443.031.54–6.25<0.01
 5–641.260.81–2.000.30
 >64 (ref)1
Sex
 Male0.870.49–1.530.62
 Female (ref)1
Race
 Non-Hispanic black0.770.42–1.410.40
 Hispanic0.840.47–1.510.57
 Other0.690.41–1.150.16
 Non-Hispanic white (ref)1
Education
 Less than high school (<12 years of education)0.540.29–1.030.06
 High school (12 years of education)1.560.92–2.670.10
 Some college/degree (>12 years of education) (ref)1
Poverty-to-income ratio
 <11.110.75–1.650.59
 ≥1 (ref)1
Health insurance
 Private0.870.51–1.470.60
 None0.950.62–1.450.80
 Public (ref)1
Hypercholesterolemia*
 Yes1.310.72–2.410.38
 No (ref)1
Hypertension*
 Yes1.240.78–1.960.36
 No (ref)1
Overweight*
 Yes1.851.06–3.230.03
 No (ref)1
High risk for diabetes*
 Yes7.003.35–14.02<0.01
 No (ref)1
Family history of diabetes*
 Yes4.483.01–6.67<0.01
 No (ref)1
Number of times received health care in the past year
 Yes1.000.88–1.150.94
 No (ref)1
  • * Presence of the condition was determined by health care provider acknowledgment. ref, reference category.