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Table 2 Associations between perceived stress and disposable income, economic deprivation and strain in deprived neighbourhoods. ORs with 95% CI for perceived stress

From: Associations between perceived stress, socioeconomic status, and health-risk behaviour in deprived neighbourhoods in Denmark: a cross-sectional study

  Unadjusted Adjusted
  % OR 95% CI ORa 95% CI ORb 95% CI ORc 95% CI
Disposable income
 High disposable income 28.9 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
 Low disposable income 43.8 1.92 (1.69–2.19) 1.95 (1.71–2.23) 1.78 (1.54–2.06) 1.57 (1.35–1.83)
Economic deprivation
 Not suffering from economic deprivation 22.4 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
 Suffering from economic deprivation 52.3 3.81 (3.36–4.31) 3.37 (2.96–3.84) 3.2 (2.82–3.69) 2.90 (2.53–3.33)
Strain
 Having strains   1.84 (1.76–1.92) 1.80 (1.72–1.88) 1.78 (1.70–1.86) 1.79 (1.71–1.88)
 Having no strains 9.7 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
 Having one or more strains 41.5 6.60 (5.40–8.06) 5.89 (4.81–7.21) 5.84 (4.77–7.16) 5.29 (4.31–6.50)
  1. Bold values indicate significant odds ratios
  2. aAdjusted for sex, age and ethnic background
  3. bAdjusted for sex, age, ethnic background, educational level and cohabitation status. Analysis restricted to respondents aged 25 years or older
  4. cAdjusted for sex, age, ethnic background, educational level, cohabitation status and employment status. Analysis restricted to respondents aged 25–64 years and employed, unemployed, disability pensioners and other non-employed