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Table 1 Results of the socio-demographic and socio-economic variables of the sample

From: Segmentation of health-care consumers: psychological determinants of subjective health and other person-related variables

‘urbanization level’ 52.2% urban 30.1% rural   
  (1 = > 2500 addresses per km2; 5 = <  500 addresses per km2)  
‘gender’ 60.6% female 39.4% male   
‘age’ average of 46.7 years    
‘level of education’ 17.9% low 59.0% average 23.0% high  
  (1 = no education; 7 = master’s degree)  
‘household size’ 22.3% 1-person 44.0% 2-person 33.7% 3-person, >  
‘social class’ 16.2% A 36.8% B 21.3% C 25.7% D-E (from high to low)
‘home ownership’ 63.3% yes 36.7% no   
‘gross annual income’ average of €33.000  
  (1 = less than €12,000 per year;7 = more than €73,000 per year)  
‘religion’ 45.9% yes 54.1% no   
‘strength of religious belief’ 10.8% strong 30.9% average 60.3% not strong  
‘level of interest in politics’ 10,6% strong 39.1% weak 50.2% not at all  
‘receiving informal care’ 3.0% yes 97.0 no