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Table 3 Factor analysis with polychoric correlations†

From: Development and preliminary validation of a questionnaire to measure satisfaction with home care in Greece: an exploratory factor analysis of polychoric correlations

Item 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
1 0.485 0.326 0.324 0.190 0.190
2 0.559 0.273 0.335 0.148 0.037
3 0.454 0.658 0.180 0.078 -0.061
4 0.656 0.201 0.142 0.375 0.072
5 0.371 0.688 0.058 0.223 0.046
6 0.417 -0.079 0.553 0.128 0.227
7 0.557 0.475 0.129 0.227 0.030
8 0.278 0.307 0.186 0.048 0.361
9 0.535 0.442 0.502 0.186 0.227
10 0677 0.248 0.305 0.257 0.218
11 0.180 0.078 -0.011 0.018 0.539
12 0.597 0.327 0.446 0.265 0.132
13 0.500 0.335 0.088 0.051 0.185
14 0.550 0.265 0.199 0.426 0.207
15 0.237 0.339 0.681 0.129 -0.036
16 0.518 0.276 -0.019 0.558 0.096
17 0.366 0.328 0.251 0.511 0.092
18 0.260 0.263 0.249 0.574 0.133
19 0.435 0.116 0.244 0.455 0.321
20 0.192 0.222 0.627 0.545 0.073
21 0.212 0.508 0.247 0.461 0.040
22 0.324 0.545 0.183 0.358 0.363
23 0.286 0.633 0.109 0.250 0.284
24 0.640 0.242 0.229 0.231 0.135
25 0.509 0.370 0.393 0.427 0.177
26 0.093 0.469 0.354 0.124 0.352
27 0.237 0.416 0.435 0.362 0.216
28 0.244 0.704 0.211 0.265 0.219
29 0.162 0.636 0.394 0.226 0.126
30 -0.026 0.079 0.138 0.152 0.738
31 0.226 0.432 0.530 0.175 0.324
  1. † Factors were extracted by applying unweighted least squares with varimax rotation (with Kaiser normalization) to polychoric correlations.
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