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Table 2 Multiple logistic regression results for RSOD regressed on SES and sociodemographic variables, odds ratios (OR) and 95% confidence intervals (CI) (N = 3600)

From: The relationship between socioeconomic status and risky drinking in Denmark: a cross-sectional general population study

  Education + sociodemographics Education, income + sociodemographics Education, income, employment + sociodemographics
Variables OR [95% C.I.] OR [95% C.I.] OR [95% C.I.]
Education 1.01 [0.98–1.04] 1.00 [0.97–1.03] 1.00 [0.97–1.04]
Income   1.10 [0.72–1.68] 0.91 [0.56–1.47]
Employed    1.23 [0.98–1.56]
Gender (ref. male) 0.33 [0.28–0.40]*** 0.33 [0.28–0.40]*** 0.32 [0.28–0.40]***
Age (ref. 26–35)
 36–45 0.69 [0.54–0.89] ** 0.68 [0.53–0.88] ** 0.68 [0.53–0.88] **
 46–55 0.65 [0.51–0.83]** 0.64 [0.50–0.83]** 0.65 [0.50–0.84]**
 56+ 0.41 [0.31–0.54]*** 0.41 [0.31–0.55]*** 0.44 [0.33–0.59]***
Civil status (ref. relationship)
 No relationship 1.33 [1.00–0.96] 1.31 [0.98–1.75] 1.32 [0.98–1.77]
 Single 1.27 [0.96–1.68] 1.28 [0.96–1.70] 1.30 [0.97–1.72]
Religion 0.73 [0.58–0.93]* 0.78 [0.62–0.98]* 0.69 [0.54–0.88]**
Lived with child younger than 18 0.58 [0.47–0.72]*** 0.62 [0.49–0.79]*** 0.61 [0.49–0.75]***
Residence area (ref. capital)
 Other cities 0.78 [0.62–0.97]* 0.78 [0.62–0.98]* 0.78 [0.62–0.97]*
 Rural 0.62 [0.49–0.78]*** 0.62 [0.49–0.79]*** 0.61 [0.48–0.78]***
Pseudo R2 0.08 0.08 0.08
N 3519 3422 3422
  1. Note: RSOD i.e. risky single occasion drinking was defined as drinking 5+ standard drinks on one occasion at least once in a month
  2. *p < 0.005,**p < 0.01,***p < 0.001