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Table 1 Sample description

From: Health inequalities by socioeconomic characteristics in Spain: the economic crisis effect

   2006–07 2011–12
Attribute Alternative %(1) Age(2) %(1) Age(2)
Self-assessed health Good 66.50 (66.48, 66.51) 41.29 71.77 (71.75, 71.78) 42.94
  Not good 33.50 (33.49, 33.52) 55.37 28.23 (28.22, 28.25) 58.53
Education level No education or primary school 41.93 (41.91, 41.94) 56.55 22.56 (22.54, 22.57) 62.75
  Secondary studies 41.10 (41.08, 41.11) 37.48 61.49 (61.48, 61.51) 42.91
  University studies 16.98 (16.97, 16.99) 40.64 15.95 (15.94, 15.96) 42.62
Interviewee’s professional status Employee 51.48 (51.46, 51.49) 38.89 45.01 (44.99, 45.02) 41.40
  Unemployed 7.17 (7.16, 7.18) 37.19 14.60 (14.59, 14.61) 38.57
  Retired 20.60 (20.59, 20.61) 70.65 20.27 (20.26, 20.28) 73.31
  Student 6.58 (6.57, 6.59) 19.95 7.70 (7.69, 7.71) 20.17
  Others 14.17 (14.16, 14.18) 52.62 12.43 (12.42, 12.44) 53.60
Reference person professional status Employee 67.13 (67.11, 67.14) 39.17 58.28 (58.27, 58.30) 40.61
  No employee 32.87 (32.86, 32.89) 59.98 41.72 (41.70, 41.73) 56.74
Gender Man 49.08 (49.07, 49.10) 44.85 48.76 (48.75, 48.78) 46.18
  Woman 50.92 (50.90, 50.93) 47.13 51.24 (51.22, 51.25) 48.45
Age 16–34 years old 32.83 (32.81, 32.84) 26.05 28.68 (28.67, 28.70) 26.13
  35–49 years old 28.08 (28.06, 28.09) 42.04 29.25 (29.23, 29.26) 41.84
  50–64 years old 19.66 (19.65, 19.67) 56.68 21.61 (21.60, 21.62) 56.50
  65–74 years old 10.31 (10.30, 10.32) 69.47 10.28 (10.27, 10.29) 69.14
  75 or more years old 9.12 (9.11, 9.13) 80.55 10.18 (10.17, 10.19) 81.42
Nationality Spanish 89.31 (89.30, 89.32) 47.26 88.04 (88.03, 88.05) 48.55
  Foreign 10.69 (10.68, 10.70) 35.56 11.96 (11.95, 11.97) 38.41
Marital status Single and not living with a partner 25.59 (25.57, 25.60) 30.25 26.14 (26.13, 26.15) 31.58
  Married or single and living with a partner 63.24 (63.22, 63.25) 49.22 61.65 (61.63, 61.66) 50.54
  Widower, legally separated or divorced 11.17 (11.16, 11.18) 63.95 12.21 (12.20, 12.22) 64.91
  1. (1)The extremes of corresponding 95 % confidence intervals are indicated in parentheses
  2. (2)Average age in each group