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Table 1 Sociodemographic and clinical characteristics of the sample

From: Attitudes and intended behaviour to mental disorders and associated factors in catalan population, Spain: cross-sectional population-based survey

  n = 1872 % 95 % CI
Gender
 Men 949 50.5 47.1; 52.0
 Women 923 49.5 48.0; 52.9
Age (mean = 46.80; SE = 0.45)
 15–44 911 48.7 47.3; 52.2
 45–64 572 30.6 28.8; 33.3
 65–74 183 9.8 8.6; 11.6
 ≥75 206 11.0 7.8; 10.4
Nationality
 Spaniards 1,667 89.1 87.6; 90.6
 European (not Spain) 57 3.0 2.2; 3.8
 African 58 3.1 2.2;3.9
 American 82 4.4 3.3;5.4
 Asian/Oceanian 8 0.4 0.1;0.7
Education level
 Primary 356 19.9 18.0; 21.8
 Secondary 1,176 60.9 58.6; 63.3
 University 336 19.1 17.1; 21.0
 Not answered 1 0.1 -0.1;0.2
Social Class (Occupation)
 Low 446 23.9 21.8; 26.0
 Medium 1,002 53.1 50.6; 55.5
 High 351 19.3 17.3; 21.2
 Not known/answered 73 3.7 2.8; 4.7
MD Experience
 Any MDa 340 19.2 17.3; 21.1
 D/A 326 18.4 16.4; 20.3
 Other MD 26 1.5 0.9; 2.2
Contact with MD
 Any contact 873 48.9 46.4; 51.3
 Close relative 338 18.6 16.7;20.5
 Other relative 252 14.6 12.9; 16.4
 Friend 308 18.0 16.1; 19.9
 Other person 363 20.3 18.3; 22.2
 With any MD 227 65.2b 59.8; 70.6
 With D/A 218 65.1b 59.6; 70.7
 Other MD 18 67.5b 47.4; 87.7
Discriminated because of MD
 All populationc 12 0.8 0.3; 1.3
 With D/A 10 3.8 b 1.4; 6.1
 With other MD 4 15.0 b 0.1; 29.9
  1. MD Mental Disorder, D/A Depression or Anxiety
  2. aSome subjects referred to have Depression or Anxiety and other Mental Disorder
  3. bThese rates are in relation with the total number of subjects of the specified item
  4. cSome subjects referred to have been discriminated because of Depression or Anxiety and other Mental Disorder