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Table 1 Sample characteristics

From: The psychological impact of a dual-disaster caused by earthquakes and radioactive contamination in Ichinoseki after the Great East Japan Earthquake

  Mean (SE) n (%)
Gender    
  Male   402 (44.7)
  Female   498 (55.3)
Age, year 59.32 (0.50)   
  Young: 20-39   115 (12.8)
  Middle-aged: 40-59   269 (29.9)
  Elderly: 60+   516 (57.3)
Education    
  University graduates or higher   100 (11.1)
  High school/Technical college/Two-year college   594 (66.0)
  Junior high school or less   206 (22.9)
Employment status    
  Permanent employee   451 (50.1)
  Non-permanent employee/House keeper/Student   206 (22.9)
  Unemployed/Retired   243 (27.0)
Number of house occupants 3.19 (0.06)   
(People including the respondent)    
  5+   191 (21.2)
  3-4   332 (36.9)
  1-2   377 (41.9)
House damage due to earthquakes    
  Nothing   383 (42.6)
  Damaged (partially/half-collapsed/fully-collapsed)   517 (57.4)
Anxiety about radioactive contamination 1.75 (0.03)   
  Low anxiety (0 nothing/1 slightly)   406 (45.1)
  High anxiety (2 moderately/3 strongly)   494 (54.9)
Psychological distress (K6 score: 0-24) 5.38 (0.18)   
  Not distressed (<5)   468 (52.0)
  Distressed (5 = <)   432 (48.0)