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Table 3 Selection rules applied to the answers of the Web-Delphi round 2 considering the five-level Likert scale: ‘Strongly Disagree (SD)’, ‘Disagree (D)’, ‘Neither Agree nor Disagree (NAD)’, ‘Agree (A)’, ‘Strongly Agree (SA)’

From: Scenarios for population health inequalities in 2030 in Europe: the EURO-HEALTHY project experience

Selection rules Selection rule
First rule – applied to all drivers from all PESTLE categories (SA + A) ≥ \( \frac{2}{3} \) and SA ≥ \( \frac{1}{3} \) and (SD + D) < 10%
Second rule – applied to drivers within the PESTLE categories in which the first rule did not select any driver [(SA + A) ≥ \( \frac{3}{4} \) or SA ≥ \( \frac{1}{4} \))] and (SD + D) < 10%