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Fig. 1 | International Journal for Equity in Health

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From: Homeownership status and risk of food insecurity: examining the role of housing debt, housing expenditure and housing asset using a cross-sectional population-based survey of Canadian households

Fig. 1

Food insecurity prevalence by homeownership status and housing asset level* among all households (a) and lower-income households (b). The error bars represent the 95%CI for the prevalence estimates. *Low housing asset defined as home value ≤$120,000, representing the lowest decile of home value; higher housing asset defined as home value >$120,000.

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