Table 1

Internet access: multivariate logistic regression (Number of observations = 3023)

% of sample

aOR*

95% CI

P**


Gender

0.761

Men

47.1

1

-

Women

52.9

0.96

0.74–1.25

Age group (years)

< 0.0001

> 59

22.5

1

-

45–59

23.7

4.49

2.83–7.12

30–44

30.4

11.72

7.16–19.19

< 30

23.4

23.99

13.33–43.16

Level of education

< 0.0001

None/Primary

9.7

1

-

Secondary

38.9

3.31

2.08–5.29

Postsecondary

51.4

14.99

9.10–24.71

Monthly household income (€/CU)

< 0.0001

1st quartile

25.0

1

-

2nd quartile

25.9

1.55

1.12–2.16

3rd quartile

24.2

2.78

1.82–4.25

4th quartile

24.9

3.45

2.14–5.58

Occupational status

< 0.0001

Active

65.9

1

-

Inactive

27.2

0.41

0.27–0.61

Student

6.9

3.57

1.02–12.63

Nationality

0.002

French/French parents

68.4

1

-

French/Foreign parents

17.7

0.79

0.56–1.13

Foreign

13.9

0.49

0.33–0.72

Perception of having financial difficulties

0.008

No

55.0

1

-

Yes

45.0

0.68

0.51–0.90

Difficulty reading French

< 0.0001

No

91.8

1

-

Yes

8.2

0.26

0.16–0.43

Social integration

< 0.0001

Isolated

16.7

1

-

Helped

6.2

1.33

0.73–2.43

Integrated

77.1

2.60

1.89–3.59

Current health problem(s)

0.036

No

30.3

1

-

Yes

69.7

0.72

0.53–0.98


* Adjusted odds ratio

** Overall p_value based on the Type III Wald statistic

Renahy et al. BMC Public Health 2008 8:69   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-8-69

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