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Table 8 Urban social class odds ratios for reported health problems

From: Social class, marginality and self-assessed health: a cross-sectional analysis of the health gradient in Mexico

Variables Model 1 Model 2 Model 3 Model 4
  OR
95 CI
OR
95 CI
OR
95 CI
OR
95 CI
High class 0.4
(0.2–0.5)
0.3
(0.2–0.4)
0.3
(0.2–0.3)
0.3
(0.2–0.3)
Middle high 0.3
(0.3–0.4)
0.3
(0.3–0.4)
0.3
(0.2–0.3)
0.3
(0.3–0.35)
Middle low 0.5
(0.5–0.6)
0.5
(0.4–0.6)
0.5
(0.4–0.5)
0.5
(0.4–0.5)
Age 1.02
(1.0–1.0)
1.02
(1.0–1.03)
1.02
(1.0–1.03)
1.02
(1.02–1.03)
Gender 0.9
(0.8–0.98)
0.9
(0.8–1)
0.9
(0.9–1)
0.9
(0.9–1)
DF 1.5
(1.2–2.0)
1.5
(1.2–1.9)
1.3
(1.1–1.5)
 
Center 1.3
(1.0–1.7)
1.3
(1.0–1.6)
1.2
(1.1–1.4)
 
North 1.0
(0.8–1.2)
0.9
(0.8–1.2)
0.8
(0.7–0.9)
 
High marginality 1.3
(0.98–1.6)
1.3
(1.0–1.7)
  
Medium marginality 1.2
(1.0–1.4)
1.2
(1.0–1.4)
  
6 goods 1.24
(1.05–1.5)
   
2–3 goods 1.33
(1.1–1.5)
   
N 9949 11469 11942 11942
LR chi2 (df) F = 56.8
(12,5932)
F = 76.5
(10,6857)
F = 101.9
(8,7135)
F = 155
(5,7138)
LRT F-adj = 1.39
P = 0.18
F-adj = 2.05
P = 0.03
F-adj = 1.86
P = 0.052
F-adj = 1.81
P = 0.06
  1. Reference categories: Low class, Female, Low Marginality, South, 0–1 goods.
  2. Model 1 = Full model.
  3. Model 2 = Full model minus goods.
  4. Model 3 = Full model minus marginality minus goods.
  5. Model 4 = Full model minus marginality minus goods minus region