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Table 2 Sample statistics for the dependent variablesa

From: Migrant integration policies and health inequalities in Europe

Country % in sample % Non-EU citizens & non-EU born % SAH- self-assessed health (ordered) % Limitations in daily life (ordered) % at least 1 chronic disease
% Poor or very poor SAH Very good Good Fair Bad Very bad Severe/very severe limitations No limitations Yes, limited Yes, strongly limited  
AT 2 12 9 34 36 21 7 2 28 73 18 10 33
BG 2 0 12 18 49 21 9 3 18 82 14 4 18
CH 2 11 3 33 49 15 3 1 19 81 13 6 34
DE 18 16 9 18 47 26 7 2 34 66 23 11 36
DK 1 4 8 16 27 14 4 2 29 71 21 8 31
EE 0 22 16 7 35 25 11 2 33 68 23 10 44
EL 2 8 9 47 28 16 7 3 23 77 13 10 23
ES 10 10 7 22 52 18 6 2 22 78 17 5 24
FI 1 2 8 9 27 16 4 1 37 63 29 8 50
FR 13 7 8 25 43 23 7 1 25 75 16 9 36
HR 1 10 25 8 18 15 12 3 23 77 18 5 29
HU 2 0 16 16 41 26 12 4 25 75 17 8 36
IT 14 6 12 13 53 19 9 3 29 71 20 9 23
LT 1 6 20 6 31 29 14 3 26 74 18 8 29
LU 0 11 7 24 49 19 6 2 20 81 14 6 20
LV 0 20 15 4 42 38 12 3 29 71 22 7 36
MT 0 4 3 19 55 23 3 0 10 90 7 3 29
NL 4 10 7 13 28 11 3 0 31 69 24 7 37
PT 2 5 14 8 40 34 13 5 37 63 15 22 33
RO 5 0 9 28 42 20 8 2 26 74 18 8 19
SE 2 8 5 19 26 9 2 1 18 83 11 7 36
SK 1 0 12 21 44 22 10 3 33 67 23 10 30
UK 13 11 8 38 36 17 6 2 22 78 11 11 32
TOTAL 100 9 10 19 39 21 8 2 26 73 18 9 31
  1. aPercentages obtained by using individually weighted data
  2. Data source: Eurostat - EU-SILC cross sectional Reference year: 2012 [21]
  3. Legend: AT Austria, BG Bulgaria, CH Switzerland, DE Germany, DK Denmark, EE Estonia, EL Greece, ES Spain, FI Finland, FR France, HR Croatia, HU Hungary, IT Italy, LT Lithuania, LU Luxembourg, LV Latvia, MT Malta, NL The Netherlands, PT Portugal, RO Romania, SE Sweden, SK Slovak Republic, UK United Kingdom