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Table 1 Characteristics of the study population (n = 3903)

From: Socioeconomic inequalities in the prevalence and perceived dangerousness of SARS-CoV-2 infections in two early German hotspots: findings from a seroepidemiological study

  Kupferzell
n (%)a
Bad Feilnbach
n (%)a
Sex
 Women 1036 (48.5) 1042 (50.8)
 Men 932 (51.5) 893 (49.2)
 Missing 0 (–) 0 (–)
Age group
 18–39 years 856 (34.8) 629 (30.7)
 40–59 years 621 (36.0) 717 (36.5)
 60 + years 491 (29.2) 589 (32.8)
 Missing 0 (–) 0 (–)
Education
 Low 208 (13.4) 173 (10.9)
 Middle 1052 (54.3) 1016 (54.4)
 High 706 (32.4) 745 (34.7)
 Missing 2 (–)e 1 (–)e
Occupational statusc
 Quintile 1 (low) 256 (15.5) 258 (15.5)
 Quintiles 2–4 792 (38.2) 674 (32.4)
 Quintile 5—(high) 282 (12.2) 287 (13.0)
 Missingb 638 (34.1) 716 (39.1)
Incomec
 Quintile 1 (low) 308 (17.0) 304 (17.6)
 Quintiles 2–4 1079 (54.2) 985 (49.8)
 Quintile 5 (high) 351 (16.6) 369 (17.1)
 Missing 230 (12.2) 277 (15.5)
Subjective social status
 Low (1–4) 369 (21.5) 309 (18.7)
 Middle (5–6) 911 (49.1) 852 (47.2)
 High (7–10) 603 (29.4) 679 (34.1)
 Missing 85 (–)e 95 (–)e
  1. n unweighted number of participants
  2. aweighted percentage in brackets
  3. bnon-working population or missing data
  4. cquintiles were calculated for non-missing values
  5. dbased on self-reports
  6. enot included in the multivariate analysis