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Table 5 Proportions of respondents who scored the 23 items of the Europep “excellent” according to the degree of confidence in the NHS

From: British residents’ views about general practice care in France – a telephone survey

Question Domain Very confident, somewhat confident Not very, not at all confident P value
   n=626 n=234  
1* I 66,67 73,82 0,04
2* I 57,19 67,84 0,01
3 I 59,35 61,90 0,49
4 I 52,05 57,08 0,19
5* I 54,85 64,22 0,01
6* I 61,11 69,52 0,03
7 II 53,57 59,46 0,13
8 II 51,81 57,66 0,13
9 II 52,87 58,52 0,14
10* II 51,43 59,19 0,04
11* II 46,30 55,77 0,02
12* III 44,81 53,67 0,02
13 III 42,51 50,00 0,06
14* III 39,05 49,13 0,02
15 III 40,58 46,77 0,13
16* IV 40,61 48,73 0,04
17 IV 37,99 40,88 0,49
18 IV 40,05 46,47 0,15
19 IV 45,53 52,02 0,09
20 IV 46,52 48,84 0,56
21 IV 39,55 47,59 0,07
22* IV 14,40 20,43 0,03
23* IV 47,55 58,06 0,01
  1. I : domain “doctor-patient relationship”; II: domain “information and support”; III: domain “medical-technical care”; IV: domain “organization of services”.
  2. *items scored significantly more frequently “excellent” by respondents who were not confident in the NHS (not at all / not very) (p<0.05).