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Table 1 Gender and social class within the Twenty-07 and 11-16/16+ studies-baseline samples, age 18-19 (non-)responders and age 18-19 weighted data.

From: Changes in the socio-demographic patterning of late adolescent health risk behaviours during the 1990s: analysis of two West of Scotland cohort studies

  Baseline sample Age 18-19 non-responders Age 18-19 responders Age 18-19 responders-weighted data
  N % N % N % N %
Twenty-07 study (1990 dataset)         
Gender-age 15         
Male 482 47.8 52 51.5 430 47.4 427 47.0
Female 527 52.2 49 48.5 478 52.6 481 53.0
Total 1009 100.0 101 100.0 908 100.0 908 100.0
Social class-age 15         
Non-manual 410 41.3 24 25.0 386 43.1 380 42.6
Manual 582 58.7 72 75.0 510 56.9 513 57.4
Missing 17 - 5 - 12 - 15 -
Total 1009 100.0 101 100.0 908 100.0 908 100.0
11-16/16+ study (2003 dataset)         
Gender-age 11         
Male 1335 51.6 701 52.4 634 50.8 505 50.2
Female 1251 48.4 636 47.6 615 49.2 501 49.8
Total 2586 100.0 1337 100.0 1249 100.0 1006 100.0
Social class-age 11         
Non-manual 1028 43.3 417 35.3 611 51.2 414 44.0
Manual 1348 56.7 765 64.7 583 48.8 527 56.0
Missing 210 - 155 - 55 - 65 -
Total 2586 100.0 1337 100.0 1249 100.0 1006 * 100.0
  1. * Attrition-based weights based on those present at all four waves of the 11-16/16+ study reduce the size of the age 18-19 dataset to 1006 respondents