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Table 1 Characteristics of 4906 ever-married women in informal settlements in Mumbai

From: Economic abuse and its associations with symptoms of common mental disorders among women in a cross-sectional survey in informal settlements in Mumbai, India

  Frequency (%)
Marital status
 Currently married 4694 (96)
 Widowed, separated, or divorced 212 (4)
Respondent age (years)
 18–25 1025 (21)
 26–30 1421 (29)
 31–36 1172 (24)
 37–49 1288 (26)
Respondent education (school years)
 No education 938 (19)
 Primary 1–5 846 (17)
 Middle 6–8 1099 (22)
 High 9–10 1105 (23)
 Senior 11–12 533 (11)
 Above 12 385 (8)
Children
 0 8 (< 1)
 1 950 (22)
 2 1666 (38)
 3 1040 (24)
 4+ 704 (16)
Respondent in remunerated work 1182 (24)
Respondent monthly income (Indian Rupees)
  < 1000 233 (5)
 1000–2999 303 (6)
 3000–5999 279 (6)
 6000+ 322 (7)
Religion
 Hindu 2882 (59)
 Muslim 1826 (37)
 Other 198 (4)
Housing type
 Kachha (insubstantial) 336 (7)
 Pukka (robust) 2518 (51)
 Mixed 2052 (42)
Toilet type
 Private 836 (17)
 Public 4368 (82)
 Open defecation 2 (< 1)
Socioeconomic quintile
 1 poorest 969 (20)
 2 936 (20)
 3 934 (20)
 4 933 (20)
 5 least poor 935 (20)
Respondent uses alcohol or drugs 612 (12)
Husband age (years)
 18–19 14 (< 1)
 20–29 917 (19)
 30–39 2102 (44)
 40–49 1370 (29)
 50+ 391 (8)
Husband in remunerated work 4686 (98)
Husband monthly income (Indian Rupees)
  < 10,000 1095 (24)
 10,000-11,999 997 (21)
 12,000-14,999 652 (14)
 15,000+ 1942 (41)
Husband uses alcohol or drugs 2100 (44)
All 4906 (100)