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Table 1 List of Hypotheses

From: Ethnicity and health inequalities: an empirical study based on the 2010 China survey of social change (CSSC) in Western China

Primary hypothesis H1 Ethnic minorities’ self-rated health is worse than that of Han Chinese
Secondary hypotheses H2 Older people are more likely than younger people to report poor self-rated health
H3 Women are more likely than men to report poor self-rated health
H4 Non-partnered people are more likely than partnered people to report poor self-rated health
H5 People with higher education levels are more likely than those with lower education levels to report good self-rated health
H6 People with high subjective social status are more likely than those with low subjective social status to report good self-rated health
H7 Non-smokers are more likely than smokers to report good self-rated health
H8 Non-drinkers are more likely than drinkers to report good self-rated health
H9 People with low physical exercise frequency are more likely than those with high physical exercise frequency to report poor self-rated health
H10 People with chronic disease are more likely than those without chronic disease to report poor self-rated health