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Table 5 Lifestyle Habits. Slope index of inequality for participants in the Health on Equal Term survey according to sex, income and education: 2006, 2010 and 2014

From: Widespread and widely widening? Examining absolute socioeconomic health inequalities in northern Sweden across twelve health indicators

OutcomeMenWomen
200620102014200620102014
Smoking
 Income SII (CI)7.9 (5.82, 9.97)7.71 (6.04, 9.37)9.83 (7.88, 11.77)−3.23 (−5.62, −0.83)2.12 (0.36, 3.88)2.61 (0.58, 4.64)
 P trend income0.14< 0.01
 Education SII (CI)11.7 (9.28, 14.12)11.69 (9.94, 13.43)10.71 (8.75, 12.68)20.9 (18.36, 23.43)14.00 (12.21, 15.78)12.9 (10.95, 14.84)
 P trend education0.25< 0.01
Alcohol Use
 Income SII (CI)−0.09 (−2.43, 2.24)−2.64 (−4.59, 0.7)3.08 (0.93, 5.23)− 0.73 (−1.96, 0.49)−0.15 (−1.29, 0.99)−0.87 (− 2.05, 0.31)
 P trend income0.480.34
 Education SII (CI)2.24 (1.16, 4.31)−3.84 (−6.06, −1.61)00.81 (−1.39, 3.01)−0.97 (− 2.4, 0.47)−1.13 (− 2.33, − 0.06)−0.25 (− 1.01, 1.51)
 P trend education0.920.07
Physical Inactivity
 Income SII (CI)9.36 (7.00, 11.72)10.97 (9.03, 12.91)12.36 (9.84, 14.89)10.67 (8.47, 12.87)13.55 (11.72, 15.37)12.06 (9.84, 14.28)
 P trend income0.040.43
 Education SII (CI)10.89 (8.32, 13.46)12.48 (10.4, 14.57)7.83 (5.21, 10.45)10.3 (7.98, 12.62)13.97 (11.98, 15.96)10.72 (8.28, 13.16)
 P trend education0.470.21
  1. 1All estimates are age-adjusted