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Table 6 Results of logistic regression models

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

Dependent variable: Same-sex union (no (0)/ yes (1)) Model 1: Migrant status Model 2: Individual characteristics Model 3: Couple characteristics
AME p value AME p value AME p value
“Migrant” Yes (ref.: “native”) − 0.01 < 0.001 − 0.01 < 0.001 − 0.01 < 0.001
Sex Women (ref.: men)    < 0.01 0.227 < 0.01 0.900
Birth cohort (ref.: 1960–1977) 1943 to 1959    < 0.01 < 0.001 < 0.01 < 0.001
1978 to 1995    0.03 < 0.001 0.03 < 0.001
Educational level Secondary or higher (ref.: lower than secondary level)    < 0.01 0.005 < 0.01 0.005
Exogamous union Yes (ref.: no)      − 0.00 0.048
Age differences No differences (ref.: 4 or more years younger/older)      0.02 < 0.001
Educational differences Same level (ref.: educational differences)      0.01 < 0.001
N   165,318 165,318 165,318
Nagelkerke R2   0.002 0.033 0.072
  1. Source: Calculations based on German Micro census SUF 2013
  2. Note: All models estimated for the upper boundary of same-sex unions and for the definition of migrants as persons who moved to Germany or who were born as the (grand) child of at least one parent who was not born in Germany