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Table 4 Poisson regression models showing the changes in the gender gap in mobility difficulty after adjustment

From: The gender gap in mobility: A global cross-sectional study

  Model 1 (n = 212,744) Model 2 (n = 212,744) Model 3 (n = 212,744)
  Mobility Difficulty Mobility Difficulty Mobility Difficulty
  PRR (95% CI) PRR (95% CI) PRR (95% CI)
Gender    
Men 1.00 1.00 1.00
Women 1.35 (1.31–1.38) 1.30 (1.26–1.33) 1.12 (1.09–1.15)
Age 1.02 (1.02–1.02) 1.02 (1.02–1.02) 1.01 (1.01–1.01)
Marital Status    
Married or cohabiting   1.00 1.00
Never married   0.86 (0.82 –0.91) 0.87 (0.83 –0.92)
Separated/Divorced   0.93 (0.87 –0.99) 0.88 (0.78 –1.02)
Widowed   1.04 (1.00 –1.08) 0.99 (0.96 –1.02)
Education    
Greater than secondary   1.00 1.00
Secondary completed   1.17 (1.11 –1.23) 1.15 (1.10 –1.20)
Primary completed   1.29 (1.22 –1.36) 1.19 (1.14 –1.25)
Less than primary   1.40 (1.32 –1.47) 1.22 (1.16 –1.28)
No school   1.48 (1.41 –1.56) 1.28 (1.22 –1.34)
Setting    
Rural vs. Urban   1.20 (1.16 –1.25) 1.21 (1.17 –1.26)
Back pain    
Yes vs. No    1.35 (1.31 –1.39)
Arthritis    
Yes vs. No    1.25 (1.22 –1.28)
Angina    
Yes vs No    1.19 (1.15 –1.22)
Depression    
Yes vs. No    1.19 (1.16, 1.22)
Cognitive Difficulties    
Any vs. None    2.23 (2.16 – 2.30)
  1. PRR = prevalence rate ratio.