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Table 2 Binary logistic regression models on fair/poor self-rated health

From: Race, gender, class, and sexual orientation: intersecting axes of inequality and self-rated health in Canada

  Model I   Model II   Model III   Model IV   Model V  
  OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI
Race           
   Aboriginal 2.562*** [2.048 .. 3.206] ----   ----   ----   1.707*** [1.364 .. 2.136]
   Asian 1.426** [1.131 .. 1.798] ----   ----   ----   1.392** [1.093 .. 1.772]
   Black 1.186 [0.803 .. 1.753] ----   ----   ----   1.008 [0.670 .. 1.517]
   South Asian 1.313 [0.997 .. 1.729] ----   ----   ----   1.337* [1.010 .. 1.771]
   other 1.570*** [1.313 .. 1.871] ----   ----   ----   1.490*** [1.239 .. 1.792]
   White 1.000   ----   ----   ----   1.000  
Gender (female) ----   1.177*** [1.108 .. 1.251] ----   ----   1.051 [0.986 .. 1.120]
Educational attainment           
   less than secondary ----   ----   2.931*** [2.312 .. 3.713] ----   3.018*** [2.386 .. 3.817]
   secondary graduate ----   ----   2.033*** [1.606 .. 2.576] ----   2.090*** [1.655 .. 2.640]
   cc/ts/some university ----   ----   1.810*** [1.430 .. 2.282] ----   1.872*** [1.485 .. 2.360]
   bachelor degree ----   ----   1.192 [0.923 .. 1.530] ----   1.187 [0.923 .. 1.525]
   postgraduate degree ----   ----   1.000   ----   1.000  
Household income ----   ----   0.458*** [0.430 .. 0.487] ----   0.473*** [0.444 .. 0.504]
Sexual orientation           
   homosexual ----   ----   ----   1.172 [0.858 .. 1.601] 1.239 [0.903 .. 1.700]
   bisexual ----   ----   ----   1.955** [1.293 .. 2.954] 1.534 [0.997 .. 2.361]
   heterosexual ----   ----   ----   1.000   1.000  
Nagelkerke R 2 0.088   0.084   0.141   0.084   0.144  
  1. Age controlled in all models; N = 90,310 for all models; *p < .05, **p < .01, ***p < .001 in two-tailed tests of significance.