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Table 6 Comparison of individual-level social capital

From: How are individual-level social capital and poverty associated with health equity? A study from two Chinese cities

Indicators Poor (N = 999) Non-poor (N = 977) Poor/non-poor Adjusted Odds Ratio* (reference: non-poor group)
Low individual-level social capital     
Neighbourhood cohesion 55.2 44.8 1.23 1.66** (1.36–2.03)
Social participation 67.4 58.0 1.16 1.64** (1.30–2.06)
Reciprocity and social support 54.5 44.8 1.22 1.42** (1.16–1.75)
Interpersonal relationship network 71.8 51.6 1.39 2.12** (1.71–2.64)
Perception of trust and safety 48.7 40.9 1.19 1.45**(1.18–1.77)
  1. **P < 0.01.
  2. Here, other variables (gender, age, ethnicity, marital status, education level and residence district), were controlled for by logistic regression models.