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Table 1 Weighted Sample Characteristics

From: The clustering of health behaviours in Ireland and their relationship with mental health, self-rated health and quality of life

  Frequency Weighted %
GENDER (n = 10,278)   
Men 5063 49%
Women 5215 51%
AGE (n = 10,277)   
18-29 yrs 2588 25%
30-44 yrs 3199 31%
45-64 yrs 2977 29%
65+ 1513 15%
SOCIAL CLASS (n = 10,278)   
SC1-2 3227 31%
SC3-4 3869 38%
SC5-6 1649 16%
Unclassified 1533 15%
AUDIT-C (Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test-Consumption) (n = 10, 252)   
0 (non drinkers) 1909 19%
1-5 (moderate drinkers) 4663 46%
6-8 (problematic) 2257 22%
9-12 (very problematic) 1423 14%
DASH (Dietary Approach To Stop Hypertension) (n = 7,429)   
1 (poor) 1822 25%
2 (fair) 1700 23%
3 (good) 1191 16%
4 (very good) 1447 20%
5 (excellent) 1269 17%
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY (n = 10,051)   
Low 2873 29%
Moderate 4779 48%
High 2399 24%
SMOKING (n = 10,163)   
Former 1956 19%
Current 2888 28%
Never 5319 52%