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Table 3 Predictive margins of visiting the public general practitioner by socioeconomic variables

From: Horizontal equity in access to public GP services by socioeconomic group: potential bias due to a compartmentalised approach

 Binomial
Logit
Binomial
Probit
Multinomial
Logit
Multinomial
Probit
Inactive0.2557 (ref)0.2558 (ref)0.2562 (ref)0.2562 (ref)
Employed0.2302***0.2307***0.2302***0.2305***
Unemployed0.25120.2510.25220.2515
Primary studies or less0.2592 (ref)0.2596 (ref)0.2579 (ref)0.2589 (ref)
Obligatory Secondary studies0.24630.2457*0.24660.2461
Occupational training or pre-university studies0.2349***0.2348***0.23470.2349
University studies0.2248***0.2265***0.22480.2271
High social class0.2027 (ref)0.2044 (ref)0.2053 (ref)0.2069 (ref)
Medium-high social class0.2357***0.2351***0.2358***0.2353**
Medium-low social class0.2621***0.2619***0.2631***0.2631***
Low social class0.2748***0.2758***0.2759***0.2768***
  1. *** Significant coefficient at 1%, ** Significant coefficient at 5%, * Significant coefficient at 10%