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l Number of women in each beef consumer group and initial criteria dex household size and education level of the respondent for pork con
l4 Results of the analysis of variance performed on household per
activity level American Dietetic Association analysis of variance attitudes toward red avoid red meat beef and pork beef consumer groups beef groups beef or pork Beef steak Canonical correlation Centroids cholesterol coefﬁcients contingency table criteria for assignment discriminant functions education level entree fat eaten ﬁsh Food Intakes Food Technology frozen and/or refrigerated govemment poverty index groups and missed head occupational status high beef consumers high pork consumers higher numbers indicating higher occupational status Household income identiﬁed lean only eaten lifestyle characteristics low pork consumers male head occupational miss meals missed supper groups Mississippi State University nonconsecutive days ns ns ns numbers indicating progressively p-value performed on unweighted pork consumer groups pork groups poultry progressively higher numbers red meat groups red meat industry reﬂect population means reported to reﬂect say they avoid separate item signiﬁcant smoked/cured socioeconomic SPSS statistical analysis performed sumers tion U.S. Department variables Weighted data reported