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Table 2 Multilevel modelling of willingness to evacuate home and office/public facility - unadjusted & adjusted Odd Ratios

From: Alert but less alarmed: a pooled analysis of terrorism threat perception in Australia

Independent variable Willing to evacuate home Willing to evacuate office/public facility Willing to evacuate home and office/public facility
  Unadjusted Adjusted Unadjusted Adjusted Unadjusted Adjusted
  OR (95%CI) AOR (95%CI) OR (95%CI) AOR (95%CI) OR (95%CI) AOR (95%CI)
Year of survey             
2007 1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00  
2010 1.41 (1.23,1.61) 1.54 (1.33,1.78) 1.31 (1.10,1.57) 1.12 (0.85,1.49) 1.41 (1.23,1.61) 1.53 (1.33,1.76)
Gender             
Male 1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00  
Female 1.45 (1.27,1.67) 1.40 (1.21,1.62) 1.61 (1.34,1.92) 1.61 (1.30,2.00) 1.41 (1.23,1.61) 1.36 (1.17,1.57)
Location             
Urban 1.00     1.00     1.00    
Rural 0.90 (0.78,1.04)    0.90 (0.74,1.09)    0.90 (0.79,1.04)   
Age in categories             
16-24 1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00  
25-34 1.20 (0.84,1.72) 1.02 (0.70,1.48) 1.35 (0.85,2.14) 1.19 (0.66,2.13) 1.20 (0.85,1.70) 1.03 (0.72,1.47)
35-44 1.43 (1.02,2.00) 1.20 (0.85,1.71) 1.70 (1.09,2.63) 1.27 (0.73,2.23) 1.44 (1.04,1.99) 1.20 (0.85,1.68)
45-54 1.36 (0.99,1.87) 1.14 (0.82,1.58) 1.78 (1.17,2.71) 1.27 (0.75,2.16) 1.44 (1.06,1.96) 1.21 (0.88,1.67)
55-64 1.07 (0.79,1.47) 0.94 (0.68,1.30) 1.55 (1.03,2.33) 1.26 (0.75,2.11) 1.14 (0.84,1.54) 0.99 (0.72,1.36)
65-74 0.67 (0.49,0.91) 0.65 (0.46,0.90) 0.80 (0.54,1.18) 0.82 (0.49,1.36) 0.67 (0.50,0.91) 0.64 (0.47,0.89)
75+ 0.42 (0.30,0.58) 0.39 (0.27,0.55) 0.48 (0.32,0.71) 0.46 (0.27,0.77) 0.41 (0.30,0.56) 0.39 (0.27,0.55)
Children in household             
No 1.00     1.00   1.00   1.00    
Yes 1.45 (1.27,1.66)    1.57 (1.31,1.88) 1.35 (1.01,1.79) 1.46 (1.28,1.67)   
Born in Australia             
No 1.00     1.00     1.00    
Yes 1.02 (0.87,1.21)    1.30 (1.06,1.61)    1.07 (0.91,1.25)   
Speak language other
than English
            
No 1.00     1.00   1.00   1.00    
Yes 1.12 (0.88,1.43)    0.62 (0.47,0.82) 0.52 (0.36,0.73) 1.02 (0.81,1.29)   
Highest qualification             
University degree 1.00     1.00   1.00   1.00    
Vocational certificate 0.84 (0.69,1.03)    0.90 (0.68,1.19) 1.26 (0.95,1.68) 0.85 (0.70,1.04)   
High School (Senior) 0.68 (0.54,0.84)    0.57 (0.43,0.77) 1.53 (0.09,2.16) 0.69 (0.56,0.86)   
High School (Inter) 0.74 (0.61,0.90)    0.63 (0.48,0.81) 2.35 (1.52,3.62) 0.72 (0.48,0.87)   
None 0.65 (0.51,0.83)    0.49 (0.36,0.68) 2.45 (1.73,3.49) 0.61 90.48,0.78)   
Work (paid or unpaid)             
No 1.00   1.00   1.00     1.00   1.00  
Yes 1.78 (1.56,2.04) 1.28 (1.10,1.56) 2.00 (1.67,2.40)    1.80 (1.58,2.06) 1.31 (1.11,1.55)
Household income             
< $20 k 1.00     1.00     1.00    
$20-40 k 1.43 (1.16,1.77)    1.32 (1.01,1.72)    1.37 (1.11,1.68)   
$40-60 k 1.56 (1.23,1.98)    1.63 (1.20,2.22)    1.53 (1.21,1.92)   
$60-80 k 1.62 (1.25,2.10)    2.78 (1.87,4.15)    1.76 (1.37,2.28)   
> $80 k 2.21 (1.79,2.73)    2.93 (2.17,3.95)    2.24 (1.83,2.75)   
Marital status             
Married 1.00     1.00     1.00    
Widowed 0.56 (0.45,0.88)    0.62 (0.48,0.80)    0.55 (0.45,0.67)   
Separated/divorced 0.98 (0.80,1.20)    1.05 (0.79,1.38)    0.97 (0.80,1.19)   
Never married 0.97 (0.81,1.16)    0.80 (0.64,1.01)    0.96 (0.80,1.14)   
Good self-rated health             
Yes 1.00     1.00     1.00    
No 0.81 (0.68,0.97)    0.80 (0.64,1.01)    0.84 (0.70,1.00)   
High Psychological Distress             
No 1.00     1.00     1.00    
Yes 1.13 (0.91,1.41)    0.83 (0.63,1.09)    1.06 (0.86,1.31)   
Terrorism likely             
No 1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00  
Yes 1.49 (1.29,1.72) 1.29 (1.10,1.50) 2.16 (1.75,2.67) 1.94 (1.50,2.50) 1.56 (1.35,1.80) 1.36 (1.17,1.59)
Concerned self/family
directly affected
            
No 1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00   1.00  
Yes 1.71 (1.48,1.98) 1.79 (1.53,2.10) 1.70 (1.40,2.06) 1.85 (1.45,2.36) 1.69 (1.47,1.95) 1.75 (1.50,2.04)
  1. Note: 95% confidence intervals (CI) that include 1.00 indicate a non significant result Psychological distress was measured using the K10. Values range from 10-50, with ≥ 22 considered 'high' psychological distress.