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Table 3 Crude and adjusted hazard ratios (95 % confidence intervals) for overall mortality by the level of relative deprivation in Swedish men and women by income quartiles Q1-Q4

From: Relative deprivation and mortality – a longitudinal study in a Swedish population of 4,7 million, 1990–2006

  Reference group defined by
  Living region Age group Occupation Living region, age group and occupation
Male
Continuous Q1 1.002 (0.994-1 .010) p = .62 0.996 (0.987-1.005) p = .35 0.992 (0.983-1.001) p = .08 1.001 (0.992-1.009) p = .91
Continuous Q2 1.241 (1.219-1.264) p < .0001 1.363 (1.325-1.402) p < .0001 1.321 (1.287-1.356) p < .0001 1.240 (1.217-1.264) p < .0001
Continuous Q3 1.228 (1.202-1.255) p < .0001 1.243 (1.199-1.289) p < .0001 1.195 (1.159-1.233) p < .0001 1.180 (1.157-1.203) p < .0001
Continuous Q4 1258 (1.220-1.297) p < .0001 1.309 (1.260-1.359) p < .0001 1.169 (1.145-1.194) p < .0001 1.133 (1.115-1.151) p < .0001
Female         
Continuous Q1 1 .023 (1 .014-1.033) p < .0001 1.017 (1.006-1 .027) p = .001 1.014 (1.004-1.024) p = 005 1.021 (1.011-1.030) p < .0001
Continuous Q2 1.093 (1.071-1.115) p < 0001 1.048 (1.018-1.079) p = .002 1.040 (1.013-1.069) p = 004 1.079 (1.057-1.100) p < .0001
Continuous Q3 1.096 (1.061-1.132) p < .0001 1.074 (1.018-1.134) p = .01 1.054 (1.009-1.100) p = .02 1.081 (1.054-1.109) p < .0001
Continuous Q4 1.167 (1.0918-1.240) p < .0001 1.086 (0.999-1.181) p = .05 1.050 (1.000-1.103) p.05 1.061 (1.026-1.-097) p < .0005
  1. Adjusted for age group, marital status and occupation.