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Table 1 Sociodemographic characteristics in relation to living arrangements, in numbers and percentages, N = 164,580

From: Living in two homes-a Swedish national survey of wellbeing in 12 and 15 year olds with joint physical custody

  Nuclear family JPC equally much with both parents Mostly with one parent Only with one parent
n = 112,778 n = 17,350 n = 12,800 n = 21,652
Individual characteristics n % n % n % n %
Gender Boy 56,433 69.1 8923 10.9 6218 7.6 10,077 12.3
Girl 54,942 68.0 8199 10.1 6403 7.9 11,242 13.9
Grade Six (12 years) 34,933 71.8 5637 11.6 3527 7.3 4535 9.3
Nine (15 years) 43,247 67.3 6531 10.2 5140 8.0 9326 14.5
Origin Swedish born 102,824 68.4 16,866 11.2 12,164 8.1 18,474 12.3
Foreign born 9954 69.8 484 3.4 636 4.5 3178 22.3
Resident parent’s gender Mother      7165 82.7 11,544 83.3
Father      1502 17.3 2317 16.7
School level characteristics
Domicile Large city 22,498 69.3 5963 11.5 2672 8.2 4349 13.4
Other city 54,777 68.4 8436 10.5 6490 8.1 10,363 12.9
Rural 35,396 68.2 2935 9.0 3630 7.0 6926 15.8
Proportion of parents with migrant background 0-10% 55,603 69.7 8919 11.2 6323 7.9 8893 11.2
11-50% 46,699 66.9 7578 10.9 5594 8.0 9932 14.2
>50% 7853 69.5 491 4.3 619 5.5 2337 20.7
Proportion of parents with post-secondary education 0-40% 34,980 67.6 4275 8.3 4073 7.9 8444 16.3
41-60% 46,874 68.2 7552 11.0 5583 8.1 8725 12.7
61-100% 28,301 70.2 5161 12.8 2880 7.1 3993 9.9