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Table 2 Stratification

From: Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on medical students: a multicenter quantitative study

Agreement with the following statements Total n My medical education has been significantly disrupted by the pandemic To the extent possible, medical students should continue with normal clinical rotations during this pandemic I accept the risk that I may be infected with COVID-19 if I return to the clinical setting in 2020 How much has the COVID-19 pandemic affected your stress or anxiety levels?
   # agreeing/# of Respondents (%) p # agreeing/# of Respondents (%) p # agreeing/# of Respondents (%) p # agreeing/# of Respondents (%) p
All respondents 741 520/696 (74.7)   425/693 (61.3)   579/694 (83.4)   619/736 (84.1)  
Gender
 Female 443 332/442 (75.1) 0.78 273/440 (62.1) 0.87 375/440 (85.2) 0.25 394/439 (89.8) < 0.001
 Male 243 184/242 (76.0)   148/241 (61.4)   198/242 (81.8)   177/242 (73.1)  
Graduation Class
 2020 193 74/191 (38.7) < 0.001 92/190 (48.4) < 0.001 167/190 (87.9) 0.049 146/191 (76.4) 0.003
 2021 372 332/371 (89.5)   240/371 (64.7)   299/371 (80.6)   320/369 (86.7)  
 2022 130 111/130 (85.4)   92/128 (71.9)   112/129 (86.8)   114/130 (87.7)  
COVID-19 prevalence
 High (NY,LA) 288 196/286 (68.5) < 0.001 169/285 (59.3) 0.019 238/285 (83.5) 0.82 239/288 (83.0) 0.58
 Medium (OH,IL) 111 98/111 (88.3)   58/110 (52.7)   91/111 (82.0)   96/110 (87.3)  
 Low (CA) 292 220/292 (75.3)   195/291 (67.0)   246/291 (84.5)   242 /288 (84.0)  
Were on clinical rotations at time of study
 Yes 47 34/41 (82.9) 0.21 31/41 (75.6) 0.053 35/41 (85.4) 0.73 39/47 (83.0) 0.83
 No 694 486/655 (74.2)   394/652 (60.4)   544/653 (83.3)   580/689 (84.2)