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Table 1 Characteristics of the study population, (n = 1 616 621), percentage.

From: Road traffic crash circumstances and consequences among young unlicensed drivers: A Swedish cohort study on socioeconomic disparities

Characteristic %
Sex  
   Male 51.34
   Female 48.66
Household socioeconomic position  
   High/intermediate level salaried employees 37.95
   Farmer 6.96
   Self-employed 1.97
   Skilled/unskilled workers 33.71
   Assistant non-manual employees 12.77
   Others 6.64
Receipt of social welfare benefits  
   Yes 23.47
   No 76.53
Urbanicity  
   Metropolitan areas1 32.89
   Large urban areas2 36.75
   Medium-sized urban areas3 18.11
   Small urban areas4 5.97
   Rural areas5 6.29
  1. 1 Metropolitan areas (Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö), more than >300 000 inhabitants
  2. 2 Large urban areas, >90 000 inhabitants within 30 kilometres of city centre
  3. 3 Medium-sized urban areas, 27 000- 90 000 inhabitants within 30 kilometres of city centre and >300 000 inhabitants within 100 kilometres of the same city centre
  4. 4 Small urban areas, 27 000-90 000 inhabitants within 30 kilometres of city centre and <300 000 inhabitants within 100 kilometres of the same city centre
  5. 5 Rural areas, <27 000 inhabitants within 30 kilometres of city centre