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Table 5 Factors associated with poor mental health among all respondents

From: Comparative study of mental health and quality of life in long term refugees and host populations in Oru-Ijebu, Southwest Nigeria

Characteristics Odds ratio 95% Confidence p-value
Interval  
Age (years)    
< 25 0.54 0.29 – 1.01 0.055
25-34 0.86 0.52 – 1.41 0.548
35-44 1.14 0.69 – 1.90 0.611
> = 45 1   
Sex    
Male 1.07 0.80 – 1.43 0.622
Female 1   
Family type    
Monogamous 0.76 0.56 – 1.04 0.083
Polygamous 1   
Religion    
Christianity 0.90 0.65 – 1.24 0.516
Islam 1   
Actively Religious    
Yes 1.08 0.74 – 1.58 0.692
No 1   
Housing    
One room 0.72 0.49 – 1.05 0.087
Two or more rooms 1   
Educational status    
No formal education 0.81 0.43 – 1.54 0.517
Primary education 0.83 0.41 – 1.64 0.584
Secondary education 1.39 0.95 – 2.04 0.088
Tertiary education 1   
Marital status    
Married 1.86 1.29 – 2.68 0.001
Never married 1.73 1.08 - 2.77 0.018
Divorced/widowed 1   
Occupation    
Unskilled worker 2.78 1.68- 4.60 <0.001
Unemployed 1.94 1.29- 2.92 0.001
Student 0.33 0.77-2.21 0.33
Skilled worker 2.98 2.03- 4.38 <0.001
Professional 1   
Status    
Refugees 3.43 1.83 – 6.40 <0.001
Non-refugees 1   
Current illness    
Yes 2.73 1.98 – 3.77 <0.001
No 1   
QoL Score 0.98 0.97- 0.99 0.001
CQoL Score 1.03 1.01-1.05 0.001