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Table 4 The results of multivariate logistic regression analyses stratified by household income levels

From: Personal social capital and self-rated health among middle-aged and older adults: a cross-sectional study exploring the roles of leisure-time physical activity and socioeconomic status

  Low (n = 200) Middle (n = 252) High (n = 210)
OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI)
Personal social capital
 Bonding social capital 1.18* (1.02–1.37) 1.04 (0.90–1.22) 0.95 (0.76–1.19)
 Bridging social capital 1.19* (1.03–1.37) 0.98 (0.86–1.11) 1.29* (1.06–1.56)
Demographic variables
 Age (ref: < 60 years) 1.99 (0.92–4.30) 2.07* (1.00–4.28) 2.69 (0.97–7.44)
 Gender (ref: male) 3.64* (1.41–9.39) 1.64 (0.75–3.59) 1.55 (0.55–4.41)
 Race/ethnicity (ref: white) 1.37 (0.54–3.47) 0.68 (0.26–1.76) 0.87 (0.20–3.75)
 Marital status (ref: single or no partnership) 1.70 (0.78–3.71) 0.88 (0.44–1.79) 0.50 (0.14–1.80)
Chronic diseases (ref: no)
 Yes, one 0.50 (0.21–1.16) 0.37* (0.16–0.86) 0.16* (0.05–0.54)
 Yes, one or more 0.08* (0.03–0.23) 0.09* (0.04–0.21) 0.07* (0.02–0.31)
P-for-liner trend <.001 <.001 <.001
LTPA (ref.: no-LTPA)
 < 600 MET-mins/wk 0.81 (0.34–1.94) 0.71 (0.31–1.63) 1.95 (0.56–6.79)
 ≥ 600 MET-mins/wk 1.02 (0.42–2.49) 2.38* (1.07–5.29) 1.66 (0.58–4.77)
P-for-liner trend .969 .033 .343
Education (ref: low)
 Middle 0.75 (0.34–1.67) 0.92 (0.39–2.21) 1.86 (0.29–11.90)
 High 1.90 (0.61–5.95) 1.62 (0.62–4.21) 1.14 (0.20–6.44)
P-for-liner trend .271 .322 .879
Nagelkerke-R2 .375 .276 .254
Goodness of Fit (P-value) a .709 .600 .719
  1. The results of hierarchical logistic regression analysis for each group are reported in Supplement Tables 1, 2 and 3
  2. The model predicted the likelihood of reporting ‘good’ self-rated health
  3. OR Odds ratios, CI Confidence intervals, LTPA Leisure-time physical activity, MET Metabolic equivalent tasks
  4. aP-value from the Hosmer-Lemeshow goodness-of-fit test
  5. *P < .05