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Table 10 Sub-population analysis related to Hypothesis 3a

From: Housing as a social determinant of health and wellbeing: developing an empirically-informed realist theoretical framework

  Correlation with Wave 1–2 health and wellbeing change
Tenant rating of ability to cope with paying rent Tenant rating of ability to cope financially
n Rho Sig. n Rho Sig.
Total Total 55 0.030 0.8 75 0.14 0.2
Organisation Housing Assoc. 23 −0.13 0.6 32 0.19 0.3
Letting Agency 24 0.24 0.3 34 0.26 0.1
Gender Female 29 0.31 0.1 40 0.095 0.6
Male 26 −0.37 0.06 35 0.17 0.3
Age Young 21 0.057 0.8 34 0.089 0.6
Old 34 −0.054 0.8 41 0.16 0.3
Disability Disabled 21 −0.065 0.8 22 0.12 0.6
Not disabled 34 0.065 0.7 53 0.22 0.1
Employment Employed 22 0.22 0.3 31 0.38 0.03*
Not employed 33 −0.15 0.4 44 0.018 0.9
Housing Benefit Full or partial HB 31 0.10 0.6 40 0.086 0.6
No HB 24 −0.15 0.5 35 0.37 0.03*
Household Type Children 17 0.51 0.04* 23 0.33 0.1
No children 38 −0.21 0.21 52 0.074 0.6
Previous housing situation Homeless 8 −0.23 0.6 19 0.21 0.4
Social housing 13 0.17 0.6 13 0.47 0.1
PRS 31 −0.22 0.2 31 −0.22 0.2
Other 3 NA NA 12 0.48 0.1
  1. a Note that sample sizes for rent coping are smaller, due to the number of participants who did not answer this question at Wave 1, either because they were homeless, or living with family