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Table 1 A descriptive table of individual and collective variables

From: Health-related behavior as a mechanism behind the relationship between neighborhood social capital and individual health - a multilevel analysis

ni = 9253., nj = 672   Range Mean S.D. Valid Percent
Individual level      
Self-rated health: good or better     81.2%
  not good     18.8%
Gender: woman     55.5%
Age in years   18 - 97 48.9 17.1  
Nationality: Dutch     98.1%
  Non Dutch     1.9%
Education low     48.8%
  middle     26.5%
  high     24.7%
Having a paid job Student     4.2%
  Housewives /-men     20.8%
  (Self-) employed     50.4%
  Registered unemployed     1.4%
  Incapable of working     5.5%
  (Invalidity) pensioner     17.7%
Household equivalent income per person /100 Missing category low     6.7%
      32.1%
  middle     33.8%
  high     27.4%
Health-related behavior      31.2%
  Smoker     
Smoking status      
  Ex-/Never smoker     68.8%
Alcohol intake (almost) never (0-3 glasses)     57.4%
(glasses per week) Moderate (4-11)     21.4%
  High (> 11)     21.2%
Sleep duration ≤ 6 hours     19.8%
  7-8 hours     69.5%
  ≥ 9 hours     10.8%
Nutrition 1 warm meal/day & ≥ 5x breakfast per day     76.0%
  Less often     24.0%
Physical activity ≥ 5 times per week 30 min.     57.7%
  less often     42.3%
Neighborhood level      
Neighborhood social capital   -0.77 - 0.54 -0.08 0.214  
Neighborhood social capital change 2002-1998   -0.61 - 0.56 0.08 0.175  
Percentage of rich residents (in %)   5 - 54 17.61 7.205  
Home maintenance   2-5 3.95 0.388  
Urbanity of the municipality   1-5 3.35 1.288  
  1. Note: nj = neighborhood; ni = individuals; 13.8 people per neighborhood (range 1-277).