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Table 4 Logistic regression for fair/poor self-rated mental health regressed on social capital and family ties in community—separated by identity and gender

From: Gender variations in the relationship between social capital and mental health outcomes among the Indigenous populations of Canada

Total Sample Population
  Odds Ratio for Males (Confidence Interval) Odds Ratio for Women (Confidence Interval)
Indigenous-Specific Social Capital
 Low-Levels
 High-Levels 0.85 (0.56–1.28) 1.13 (0.80–1.59)
Family Ties in Community
 Weak
 Strong 0.43 (0.28–0.65)* 0.49 (0.36–0.67)*
First Nations
  Odds Ratio for Males (Confidence Interval) Odds Ratio for Women (Confidence Interval)
Indigenous-Specific Social Capital
 Low-Levels
 High-Levels 0.75 (0.43–1.29) 1.04 (0.66–1.66)
Family Ties in Community
 Weak
 Strong 0.36 (0.19–0.66)* 0.59 (0.38–0.91)*
Métis
  Odds Ratio for Males (Confidence Interval) Odds Ratio for Women (Confidence Interval)
Indigenous-Specific Social Capital
 Low-Levels
 High-Levels 1.02 (0.53–1.96) 1.25 (0.66–2.35)
Family Ties in Community
 Weak
 Strong 0.50 (0.30–0.85)* 0.35 (0.22–0.56)*
Inuit
  Odds Ratio for Males (Confidence Interval) Odds Ratio for Women (Confidence Interval)
Indigenous-Specific Social Capital
 Low-Levels
 High-Levels 2.79 (0.91–8.57) 1.54 (0.59–3.97)
Family Ties in Community
 Weak
 Strong 0.54 (0.27–1.09) 0.46 (0.23–0.92)*
  1. 95% confidence intervals; *p < 0.05; adjusting for age, education, income, and urban/rural location