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Table 27
FES I and HII Responses - All Hispanic Females

FES I FES II
Response Frequency Percent Frequency Percent
1 - Strongly Disagree 90 3.93% 27 5.27%
2 - Disagree 143 6.25% 45 8.79%
3 - Neutral 568 24.83% 103 20.12%
4 - Agree 690 30.16% 195 38.09%
5 - Strongly Agree 797 34.83% 142 27.73%

SFES1 FES2

40%
35% --
150
20%
S 2 3
4
5Figure 3. Hispanic female responses to FES Part I and FES Part II.5
Figure 3. Hispanic female responses to FES Part I and FES Part II.

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