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Table 3 Predictors of self-reported health (N = 1,244).

From: Are variations in rates of attending cultural activities associated with population health in the United States?

Characteristic Odds Ratio 95% Confidence Interval P-Value
Age    
   Per year 0.97 0.96 – 0.99 < 0.01
Gender    
   Male 1.00 (reference)   
   Female 1.42 1.02 – 1.98 < 0.05
Marital Status    
   Married 1.00 (reference)   
   Widowed 0.97 0.55 – 1.71 0.91
   Div/Sep 0.71 0.46 – 1.09 0.12
   Never married 0.77 0.48 – 1.24 0.29
Race    
   White 1.00 (reference)   
   Black 1.18 0.76 – 1.85 0.46
   Other 0.60 0.34 – 1.04 0.07
No. of Children    
   Per child 0.99 0.90 – 1.08 0.79
Subjective Social Class    
   Lower 0.25 0.09 – 0.69 < 0.01
   Working 0.59 0.24 – 1.47 0.26
   Middle 0.92 0.37 – 2.29 0.86
   Upper 1.00 (reference)   
Employment Status    
   Employed 1.00 (reference)   
   Not working 0.50 0.30 – 0.84 < 0.01
   Retired 0.56 0.33 – 0.95 < 0.05
   Homemaker 0.48 0.29 – 0.79 < 0.01
HH Income ($)    
   Per $1000 1.04 1.01 – 1.08 < 0.05
Education    
   Per year 1.06 1.00 – 1.13 0.05
No. Cultural Activities    
   Per activity 1.12 1.01 – 1.26 < 0.05
  1. Data shown are adjusted Odds Ratio (95% Confidence Intervals) from a multivariable logistic regression model relating Cultural Activity to SRH (1 = good/excellent; 0 = fair/poor).