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Table 3 Bivariate statistics: Union type and exogamy (in %)

From: An explorative approach to the cross-section of international migration and sexual preference: same-sex couples in Germany

A) “Migrant”   Exogamy Endogamy Total
   % N % N % N
Lower boundary for “reporting type”***
Opposite-sex unions 21.9 6,989 78.1 24,964 99.7 31,953
Same-sex unions 65.2 60 34.8 32 0.3 92
Upper boundary for “reporting type”***
Opposite-sex unions 22.3 7238 77.7 25224 98.6 32,462
Same-sex unions 23.0 109 77.0 364 1.4 473
B) “Native”   Exogamy Endogamy Total
   % N % N % N
Lower boundary for “reporting type”***
Opposite-sex unions 5.6 6,989 94.4 118,916 99.4 125,905
Same-sex unions 7.4 60 92.6 752 0.6 812
Upper boundary for “reporting type”***
Opposite-sex unions 5.6 7238 94.4 122534 98.0 129,772
Same-sex unions 4.2 109 95.8 2502 2.0 2611
  1. Source: Calculations based on German Micro census SUF 2013 (Nlower boundary = 158,762; Nupper boundary = 165,318)
  2. Note: Chi2 distribution test is significant with p < 0.001. Using “upper boundary” for “migrant status”