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Table 2 Odds ratios of being in a nursing home by couple household income and education

From: Social inequality and the risk of living in a nursing home: implications for the COVID-19 pandemic

Country Income Education
Non-adjusted Age and health adjusted Non-adjusted Age and health adjusted
OR SE OR SE OR SE OR SE
Austria 3.89*** 1.03 2.89*** 0.78 2.16*** 0.65 1.30 0.40
Germany 2.95*** 0.78 2.01*** 0.55 1.87** 0.59 1.04 0.34
Sweden 5.06*** 1.31 3.12*** 0.85 3.36*** 0.94 1.84** 0.55
Netherlands 7.67*** 3.23 4.95*** 2.10 4.18*** 1.93 2.06 0.98
Spain 2.93*** 0.61 2.01*** 0.43 2.40** 0.81 1.01 0.35
Italy 1.33 0.40 0.92 0.28 2.70** 1.26 0.91 0.45
France 3.99*** 0.98 2.31*** 0.58 4.40*** 1.75 1.71 0.70
Denmark 7.63*** 2.43 3.73*** 1.24 6.16*** 1.91 3.59*** 1.16
Switzerland 2.58*** 0.68 1.87** 0.51 2.97** 1.41 1.64 0.81
Belgium 1.76*** 0.25 1.31* 0.19 2.88*** 0.55 1.83*** 0.36
Czech Rep. 5.08*** 1.20 4.13*** 0.99 2.30** 0.74 1.77 0.58
Slovenia 2.65*** 0.93 1.85* 0.67 2.09* 0.93 0.99 0.47
  1. Models include respondent’s sex as control variable. Significance level: *p value < 0.10; **p value < 0.05; ***p value < 0.01