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Table 3 Descriptive statistics for IPV and study constructs from states of Hawaii, Virginia, and West Virginia: 2007 BRFSS, United States

From: The association between life satisfaction, emotional support, and perceived health among women who experienced intimate Partner violence (IPV) – 2007 behavioral risk factor surveillance system

  Any IPV (Count/%) Total X2 or T-test
Statistics
Yes No
Emotional support     P < 0.001
 Always 1213 (6.4%) 8216 (43.4%) 9429 (49.8%)  
 Sometimes 1070 (5.7%) 4426 (23.4%) 5496 (29%)  
 Rarely 941 (5%) 3057 (16.2%) 3998 (21.2%)  
Life satisfaction     P < 0.001
 Satisfied 1069 (5.6%) 7626 (40.1%) 8695 (45.7%)  
 Dissatisfied 2154 (11.3%) 8186 (43%) 10,340 (54.3%)  
General Health     P < 0.001
 Excellent 519 (2.7%) 2930 (15.4%) 3449 (18.1%)  
 Good 1027 (5.4%) 5208 (27.4%) 6235 (32.8%)  
 Fair 936 (4.9%) 5063 (26.6%) 5999 (31.5%)  
 Poor 745 (3.9%) 2609 (13.7%) 3354 (17.6%)  
Physical Health     P < 0.001
 None 1693 (9%) 10,409 (55.1%) 12,102 (64.1%)  
 1–5 days 715 (3.8%) 2782 (14.7%) 3497 (18.5%)  
  > 6 days 809 (4.3%) 2472 (13.1%) 3281 (17.4%)  
Mental Health     P < 0.001
 None 1593 (8.4%) 11,611 (61.4%) 13,204 (69.9%)  
 1–5 days 704 (3.7%) 2323 (12.3%) 3027 (16%)  
  > 6 days 904 (4.8%) 1765 (9.8%) 2669 (14.1%)  
Poor Health     P < 0.001
 None 1070 (11.2%) 4418 (46.2%) 5488 (57.3%)  
 1–5 days 494 (5.2%) 1499 (15.7%) 1993 (20.8%)  
  > 6 days 606 (6.3%) 1484 (15.5%) 2090 (21.8%)  
  1. SD standard deviation