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Table 1 The households included in the survey in 2001/2 and 2004

From: Devolution and public perceptions and experience of health services in Pakistan: linked cross sectional surveys in 2002 and 2004

Characteristic Weighted percentage (fraction) of households
  2001/2
(n=57,321)
2004
(n=53,960)
Urban households 34.8 (15,552/57,321) 35.8 (15,133/53,960)
Household respondent female 54.1 (24,626/57,294) 54.3 (27,594/53,948)
Household head male 87.0 (47,775/57,311) 93.2 (51,138/53,953)
Household head with any formal education 50.8 (26,588/57,223) 53.2 (25,792/53,848)
Household vulnerable1 44.2 (29,876/56,251) 47.5 (28,048/52,784)
Household very vulnerable2 13.2 (8,984/56,251) 13.4 (7,701/52,784)
  1. 1 Vulnerable households had at least two of three vulnerability factors: poor roof construction, overcrowding, and poor occupation of the main breadwinner.
  2. 2 Very vulnerable households had all three vulnerability factors.