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Table 2 Summary statistics of main variables used in estimations

From: Social capital and healthy ageing in Indonesia

  Require assistance Moderately independent Highly independent
Variable % % %
Age category: 50–60 10.86 34.47 54.67
Age category: 61–70 34.44 38.07 27.49
Age category: 70+ 47.57 38.83 13.59
Female 26.48 39.71 33.81
Male 15.14 32.53 52.32
Married 16.45 35.14 48.41
Not married 33.10 38.03 28.87
Rural 22.45 36.48 41.08
Urban 14.63 34.03 51.34
HH Size (5 people or fewer) 21.07 36.33 42.60
HH Size (More than 5 people) 18.39 34.48 47.13
Disaster 21.78 34.32 43.89
Posyandu 11.85 36.42 51.73
Not Islam 19.68 38.84 41.68
No education 33.73 39.76 26.51
Elementary education 22.53 35.32 42.15
Junior high education 11.54 38.46 50.00
Senior high education 11.43 27.86 60.71
University or higher 5.26 40.79 53.95
Other employment 14.73 35.27 50.00
Housekeeper 29.78 40.44 29.78
Unemployed 42.40 31.20 26.40
ln(HH Expenditure): Above average 18.15 33.73 48.12
ln(HH Expenditure): Below average 22.27 37.69 40.03
Medical workers (at least 1) 15.77 38.26 45.97
No medical workers 21.77 35.02 43.21
Neighbourhood Trust    
 Little/No trust 1.61 46.59 51.81
 Moderate level of trust 2.28 44.65 53.08
 Highly trusting 1.30 50.00 48.70
Community Participation    
 No participation 28.51 49.40 22.09
 Little participation 15.95 46.01 38.04
 Moderate to active participation 10.59 37.17 52.23
  1. Note: Each row sum to 100 %