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Table 2 Odds ratio and 95% CI for motor vehicle fatalities during Memorial Day weekends

From: Motor vehicle fatalities during Memorial Day weekends, 1981–2016

 OR95% CIp-value1
Total fatalities1.091.07, 1.12< 0.001
Day of week
 Saturday1.081.04, 1.12< 0.001
 Sunday1.041.00, 1.080.052
 Monday1.181.13, 1.23< 0.001
Year groups
 1981–19851.071.01, 1.130.030
 1986–19901.081.02, 1.150.007
 1991–19951.081.01, 1.140.021
 1996–20001.081.02, 1.150.015
 2001–20051.111.05, 1.180.001
 2006–20101.111.04, 1.180.002
 2011–201631.111.04, 1.180.001
Age (years)
 < 181.101.03, 1.180.004
 18–641.111.08, 1.14< 0.001
 ≥ 650.970.91, 1.040.385
Sex
 Male1.091.06, 1.12< 0.001
 Female1.101.05, 1.15< 0.001
Role
 Driver1.051.02, 1.080.001
 Passenger1.231.18, 1.29< 0.001
 Pedestrian/other0.990.93, 1.060.819
Region
 Midwest1.101.05, 1.16< 0.001
 Northeast1.161.09, 1.24< 0.001
 South1.071.03, 1.11< 0.001
 West1.081.03, 1.13< 0.001
Location
 Rural1.141.07, 1.21< 0.001
 Urban1.081.06, 1.11< 0.001
  1. The referent group is fatalities during control days
  2. OR odds ratio, CI confidence interval
  3. 1The statistical significance was defined as p < 0.05. Statistically significant p-values are italics
  4. 2We regard p-value = 0.05 as marginally statistical significance
  5. 3The final year grouping (2011–2016) has 6 rather than 5 years