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Table 1 Period trends in deaths and population by neighborhood unemployment in men and women aged 25–64 years by country of birth in Barcelona 2001–2012

From: Trends in mortality inequalities in an urban area: the influence of immigration

  Number of deaths (%) Population (%)
2001–04 2005–08 2009–12 2001–04 2005–08 2009–12
Men
 Total
  Q1 Low unemployment 7.6–9.8% 1195 (100.0%) 1161 (100.0%) 1013 (100.0%) 415,382 (100.0%) 436,905 (100.0%) 441,156 (100.0%)
  Q2: 10–10.7% 1252 (100.0%) 1146 (100.0%) 992 (100.0%) 371,715 (100.0%) 395,836 (100.0%) 404,034 (100.0%)
  Q3: 10.7–12.2% 1995 (100.0%) 1870 (100.0%) 1672 (100.0%) 578,679 (100.0%) 615,689 (100.0%) 632,077 (100.0%)
  Q4 High unemployment −12.4-17.2% 1458 (100.0%) 1313 (100.0%) 1149 (100.0%) 333,631 (100.0%) 380,819 (100.0%) 373,893 (100.0%)
 Spanish-born
  Q1 Low unemployment 7.6–9.8% 1107 (92.6%) 1075 (92.6%) 929 (91.7%) 361,239 (87.0%) 344,997 (79.0%) 330,581 (74.9%)
  Q2: 10–10.7% 1202 (96.0%) 1076 (93.8%) 901 (90.8%) 323,979 (87.2%) 311,058 (78.6%) 295,873 (73.2%)
  Q3: 10.7–12.2% 1919 (96.2%) 1757 (94.0%) 1544 (92.3%) 511,561 (88.4%) 491,877 (79.9%) 468,396 (74.1%)
  Q4 High unemployment −12.4-17.2% 1363 (93.5%) 1205 (91.8%) 1018 (88.6%) 253,210 (75.9%) 235,656 (61.9%) 214,831 (57.5%)
 Foreign-born
  Q1 Low unemployment 7.6–9.8% 88 (7.4%) 86 (7.4%) 84 (8.3%) 54,143 (13.0%) 91,908 (21.0%) 110,575 (25.1%)
  Q2: 10–10.7% 50 (4.0%) 71 (6.2%) 91 (9.2%) 47,736 (12.8%) 84,778 (21.4%) 108,161 (26.8%)
  Q3: 10.7–12.2% 76 (3.8%) 113 (6.0%) 128 (7.7%) 67,118 (11.6%) 123,812 (20.1%) 163,681 (25.9%)
  Q4 High unemployment −12.4-17.2% 95 (6.5%) 108 (8.2%) 131 (11.4%) 80,421 (24.1%) 145,163 (38.1%) 159,062 (42.5%)
Women
 Total
  Q1 Low unemployment 7.6–9.8% 701 (100.0%) 625 (100.0%) 664 (100.0%) 468,952 (100.0%) 488,479 (100.0%) 491,290 (100.0%)
  Q2: 10–10.7% 594 (100.0%) 588 (100.0%) 566 (100.0%) 406,262 (100.0%) 427,504 (100.0%) 435,767 (100.0%)
  Q3: 10.7–12.2% 903 (100.0%) 938 (100.0%) 888 (100.0%) 608,030 (100.0%) 641,385 (100.0%) 657,834 (100.0%)
  Q4 High unemployment −12.4-17.2% 577 (100.0%) 515 (100.0%) 495 (100.0%) 304,844 (100.0%) 333,849 (100.0%) 334,953 (100.0%)
 Spanish-born
  Q1 Low unemployment 7.6–9.8% 658 (93.9%) 560 (89.6%) 596 (89.8%) 404,790 (86.3%) 385,990 (79.0%) 366,927 (74.7%)
  Q2: 10–10.7% 560 (94.3%) 545 (92.7%) 509 (89.9%) 354,154 (87.2%) 340,339 (79.6%) 321,210 (73.7%)
  Q3: 10.7–12.2% 862 (95.5%) 880 (93.8%) 808 (91.0%) 541,249 (89.0%) 521,330 (81.3%) 494,220 (75.1%)
  Q4 High unemployment −12.4-17.2% 545 (94.5%) 472 (91.7%) 428 (86.5%) 249,838 (82.0%) 232,325 (69.6%) 212,029 (63.3%)
 Foreign-born
  Q1 Low unemployment 7.6–9.8% 43 (6.1%) 65 (10.4%) 68 (10.2%) 64,162 (13.7%) 102,489 (21.0%) 124,363 (25.3%)
  Q2: 10–10.7% 34 (5.7%) 43 (7.3%) 57 (10.1%) 52,108 (12.8%) 87,165 (20.4%) 114,557 (26.3%)
  Q3: 10.7–12.2% 41 (4.5%) 58 (6.2%) 80 (9.0%) 66,781 (11.0%) 120,055 (18.7%) 163,614 (24.9%)
  Q4 High unemployment −12.4-17.2% 32 (5.5%) 43 (8.3%) 67 (13.5%) 55,006 (18.0%) 101,524 (30.4%) 122,924 (36.7%)