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Table 1 Distribution of women 15-49 years old for each measure of SEP by place of residence 2005 Colombian DHS

From: Comparison of physical, public and human assets as determinants of socioeconomic inequalities in contraceptive use in Colombia - moving beyond the household wealth index

   Urban Rural Total
Number (%)   29337 (76.9) 8806 (23.1) 38143 (100.0)
   % (No.) % (No.) % (No.)
Mean age Years (SD) 30.3 (10.0) 30.0 (10.1) 30.2 (10.1)
Marital status Single 50.2 (14731) 37.8 (3325) 47.3 (18056)
  Married/cohabiting 49.8 (14606) 62.2 (5481) 52.7 (20087)
Children ever born <2 72.2 (21193) 58.5 (5153) 69.1 (26346)
  3-4 21.3 (6247) 24.6 (2169) 22.1 (8416)
  >5 6.5 (1897) 16.9 (1484) 8.9 (3381)
Household wealth (HWI) Richest 19.1 (5588) 1.1 (97) 14.9 (5685)
  Fourth 24.2 (7102) 3.3 (286) 19.4 (7388)
  Middle 26.9 (7882) 8.2 (726) 22.6 (8608)
  Second 23.3 (6826) 27.1 (2392) 24.2 (9218)
  Poorest 6.6 (1939) 60.2 (5305) 19.0 (7244)
Physical capital Richest 19.7 (5768) 2.2 (189) 15.6 (5957)
  Fourth 23.7 (6954) 5.6 (492) 19.5 (7446)
  Middle 24.0 (7031) 14.2 (1250) 21.7 (8281)
  Second 20.8 (6097) 28.3 (2489) 22.5 (8586)
  Poorest 11.9 (3487) 49.9 (4386) 20.6 (7873)
Public capital Richest a a a
  Fourth 31.0 (9088) 0.6 (55) 24.0 (9143)
  Third 32.2 (9455) 8.1 (713) 26.7 (10168)
  Second 34.1 (9991) 20.6 (1816) 31.0 (11807)
  Poorest 2.7 (803) 70.7 (6222) 18.4 (7025)
Human capital University 21.9 (6414) 4.8 (415) 17.9 (6832)
  Secondary 54.8 (16084) 37.8 (3327) 50.9 (19411)
  Primary 21.3 (6257) 50.2 (4422) 28.0 (10679)
  None 2.0 (582) 7.3 (639) 3.2 (1221)
  1. SD: Standard deviation a. Empty quintile