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Table 1 Socioeconomic, demographic, anthropometric and medical backgrounds of participants (n = 653)

From: Domestic violence and associated factors during COVID-19 epidemic: an online population-based study in Iran

Variable n (%)
Age
 15–30 189(28.9%)
 31–50 419(64.2%)
 > 50 45 (6.9%)
Gender
 Female 474(72.6%)
 Male 179(27.4%)
Marital Status
 Single 171(26.2%)
 Married 482(73.8%)
Number of co-livings you have?
 Mean ± Std 3.31 ±1.39
 Median(min-max) 3(1–6)
Level of Education(years)
 ≤12 176(27.0%)
 >12 477(73.0%)
Changing the state of physical activity?
 Higher 88(13.5%)
 No change 200(30.6%)
 Lower 365(55.9%)
Using tobacco (cigarettes, hookah, pipe)
 Yes 92(14.1%)
 No 561(85.1%)
Using alcohol as a beverage
 Yes 59(9%)
 No 594(91%)
Using drugs
 Yes 10(1.5%)
 No 643(98.5%)
History of mental illness or medication (over the past year)
 Yes 64(9.8%)
 No 589(90.2%)
History of physical illness (over the past year)
 Yes 158(24.2%)
 No 495(75.8%)
Face-to-face communication with first-degree relatives who were living in other houses
  > once a week 145(22.2%)
 Once a week 110(16.8%)
 Once in 2 weeks 108(16.5%)
  < Once in 2 weeks 290(44.4%)
Remote communication with first-degree relatives who were living in other houses
  > once a week 500(76.6%)
 once a week 89(13.6%)
 Once in 2 weeks 25(3.8%)
  < Once in 2 weeks 39(6%)
How many times have you left home?
  > = 3 times in a week 223(38.4%)
 Two times in a week 81(13.9%)
 Once a week 133(22.9%)
  < =Once in 2 weeks 144(24.8%)
Why have you left home?
 Only for essentials (such as shopping, going to the doctor, etc.) 514(78.7%)
 Even for unnecessary work (such as visiting relatives and friends, etc.) 69(10.6%)
 Have not go out 70(10.7%)
Work condition
 Left home because of my job 212(32.5%)
 working remotely 71(10.9%)
 employed but stopped working because of the outbreak 110(16.8%)
 Unemployed 260(39.8%)
To what extent have your co-living complied the quarantine conditions?
 High 365(55.9%)
 Medium 254(38.9%)
 Low 26(4%)
 Not at all 8(1.2%)
History of becoming infected with COVID-19
 Yes 5(0.8%)
 No 648(99.2%)
History of becoming infected with COVID-19 in first-degree family
 Yes 12(1.8%)
 No 641(98.2%)