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Table 2 Proportion of individuals who report good health

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

Attribute Alternative 2006–07 (%)(1) 2011–12 (%)(1)
Education level No education or primary school 51.24 (51.22, 51.26) 48.19 (48.17, 48.20)
  Secondary studies 75.64 (75.62, 75.65) 76.53 (76.52, 76.55)
  University studies 82.04 (82.03, 82.05) 86.74 (86.73, 86.75)
Interviewee’s professional status Employee 77.05 (77.04, 77.06) 82.91 (82.90, 82.93)
  Unemployed 67.61 (67.60, 67.63) 76.20 (76.19, 76.21)
  Retired 40.71 (40.69, 40.72) 46.53 (46.51, 46.54)
  Student 91.50 (91.49, 91.51) 93.32 (93.31, 93.33)
  Others 53.47 (53.45, 53.48) 54.01 (54.00, 54.03)
Reference person professional status Employee 74.74 (74.72, 74.75) 81.11 (81.10, 81.12)
  No employee 49.66 (49.64, 49.68) 58.71 (58.70, 58.73)
Gender Man 72.59 (72.58, 72.60) 76.48 (76.47, 76.50)
  Woman 60.62 (60.60, 60.64) 67.28 (67.26, 67.29)
Age 16–34 years old 83.54 (83.53, 83.55) 89.40 (89.39, 89.41)
  35–49 years old 72.86 (72.85, 72.88) 78.60 (78.58, 78.61)
  50–64 years old 55.48 (55.46, 55.50) 65.28 (65.26, 65.29)
  65–74 years old 44.31 (44.30, 44.33) 53.94 (53.93, 53.96)
  75 or more years old 34.38 (34.36, 34.39) 34.23 (34.22, 34.25)
Nationality Spanish 65.99 (65.98, 66.01) 70.96 (70.94, 70.97)
  Foreign 70.71 (70.70, 70.73) 77.73 (77.71, 77.74)
Marital status Single and not living with a partner 81.15 (81.14, 81.16) 84.11 (84.10, 84.12)
  Married or single and living with a partner 64.20 (64.18, 64.21) 70.73 (70.72, 70.75)
  Widower, legally separated or divorced 45.94 (45.92, 45.96) 50.57 (50.56, 50.59)
Total   66.50 (66.48, 66.51) 71.77 (71.75, 71.78)
  1. (1)The extremes of corresponding 95 % confidence intervals are indicated in parentheses