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Table 2 Estimated difference in mean weight and estimated odds ratios between participants with excellent or very good health and participants with good, fair or poor health

From: The Australian longitudinal study on male health sampling design and survey weighting: implications for analysis and interpretation of clustered data

  Adjustment for clustering? Levels of sampling hierarchy used? Adjustment for stratification? Sample weights used? Weight:
Excellent or very good health (vs good, fair or poor health): Difference (95 % CI)
Current smoker:
Excellent or very good health (vs good, fair or poor health): Odds Ratio (95 % CI)
A No None No No −5.1 (−5.8 to −4.5) 0.39 (0.36 to 0.42)
B No None Yes No −5.1 (−5.7 to −4.4) 0.39 (0.36 to 0.43)
C No None No Yes −4.4 (−5.6 to −3.3) 0.42 (0.37 to 0.47)
D No None Yes Yes −4.3 (−5.5 to −3.2) 0.42 (0.38 to 0.47)
E Yes SA1, SA2, household No No −4.9 (−5.5 to −4.2) NR
F Yes SA1, SA2, household Yes No −4.8 (−5.5 to −4.2) NR
G Yes SA1 Yes Yes −4.4 (−5.5 to −3.2) 0.42 (0.37 to 0.47)
H Yes SA1 Yes No −5.1 (−5.8 to −4.4) 0.39 (0.35 to 0.42)
I Yes SA2 Yes Yes −4.4 (−5.5 to −3.3) 0.42 (0.37 to 0.47)
J Yes SA2 Yes No −5.1 (−5.9 to −4.4) 0.39 (0.35 to 0.43)