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Table 3 Multivariate statistics of views on responsibility for care and background characteristics, health and informal care characteristics according to type of care (care in general; model A, personal or nursing care; model B, and support activities; model C)

From: Who is responsible for providing care? Investigating the role of care tasks and past experiences in a cross-sectional survey in the Netherlands

  Views on responsibility fora:  
MODEL A MODEL B MODEL C
Care in general (n = 930) Personal or nursing care (n = 937) Support activities (n = 947)
St. coeff. P-value St. coeff. P-value St. coeff. P-value
Background characteristics
 Age   −0.13 0.004 −0.12 0.006 −0.10 0.020
 Gender (ref. male) female 0.12 0.000 0.10 0.004 0.11 0.001
 Educational level (ref. high) low 0.14 0.000 0.11 0.007 0.13 0.001
middle 0.09 0.021 0.06 0.121 0.09 0.016
Marital status (ref. married/reg. partner) divorced/widowed 0.01 0.854 0.00 0.912 0.02 0.668
never been married 0.09 0.017 0.09 0.014 0.07 0.066
Income (ref. high) low 0.07 0.079 0.07 0.116 0.06 0.172
middle 0.08 0.042 0.10 0.007 0.04 0.332
Employment status (ref. no paid work) fulltime 0.04 0.342 0.06 0.186 0.02 0.649
part-time 0.10 0.013 0.13 0.002 0.05 0.185
Health
 General health (ref. (very) good/excellent) moderate/bad 0.05 0.137 0.04 0.282 0.05 0.149
 Level of physical disability (ref. no) mild −0.02 0.528 −0.03 0.344 −0.01 0.884
moderate/severe 0.07 0.077 0.02 0.526 0.03 0.08
Infomal care characteristics
 Informal caregiver at present (ref. no) yes 0.03 0.331 0.04 0.202 0.01 0.781
 Constant (coef.)   2.73 0.000 3.11 0.000 2.26 0.000
 Adjusted R2   0.10   0.08   0.06  
  1. aHigher scores indicate more responsibility for the government