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Table 2 Prevalences and odds ratios of a SARS-CoV-2 infection by SEP indicators among adults in two early German hotspots

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

  Total p-value Kupferzell p-value Bad Feilnbach p-value
% (95% CI) OR (95% CI) % (95% CI) OR (95% CI) % (95% CI) OR (95% CI)
Education
 Low 10.6 (7.5 to  14.8) 0.96 (0.58 to  1.58) 0.874 9.5 (6.1 to  14.6) 0.71 (0.39 to  1.32) 0.284 11.9 (6.9 to  19.8) 1.28 (0.62 to  2.63) 0.506
 Middle 10.4 (9.0 to  12.1) 0.97 (0.75 to  1.24) 0.788 12.5 (10.3 to  15.1) 1.03 (0.74 to  1.44) 0.842 8.3 (6.5 to  10.5) 0.86 (0.58 to  1.26) 0.434
 High 10.2 (8.6 to  12.1) Ref   11.3 (8.8 to  14.3) Ref   9.3 (7.3 to  11.7) Ref  
Occupational status
 Quintile 1 (low) 11.9 (9.0 to  15.4) 1.12 (0.74 to  1.69) 0.604 12.2 (8.5 to  17.3) 1.06 (0.60 to  1.87) 0.841 11.6 (7.7 to  17.1) 1.10 (0.60 to  2.04) 0.753
 Quintiles 2–4 10.5 (8.9 to  12.3) 1.01 (0.71 to  1.44) 0.956 12.1 (9.8 to  14.9) 1.05 (0.64 to  1.72) 0.850 8.5 (6.6 to  10.9) 0.89 (0.54 to  1.48) 0.665
 Quintile 5 (high) 10.5 (8.1 to  13.6) Ref   12.1 (8.4 to  17.1) Ref   9.0 (6.1 to  13.1) Ref  
 Missing# 9.7 (8.0 to  11.7) 0.75 (0.49 to  1.16) 0.195 11.1 (8.6 to  14.2) 0.60 (0.33 to  1.08) 0.090 8.4 (6.3 to  11.3) 0.88 (0.47 to  1.63) 0.677
Income
 Quintile 1 (low) 9.6 (7.2 to  12.7) 0.85 (0.53 to  1.34) 0.474 9.5 (6.7 to  13.4) 0.76 (0.41 to  1.38) 0.363 9.7 (6.1 to  15.1) 0.89 (0.45 to  1.79) 0.748
 Quintiles 2–4 10.4 (8.9 to  12.1) 1.05 (0.74 to  1.47) 0.799 12.6 (10.4 to  15.2) 1.06 (0.66 to  1.72) 0.803 8.0 (6.1 to  10.3) 0.94 (0.57 to  1.53) 0.792
 Quintile 5 (high) 9.9 (7.6 to  12.9) Ref   11.1 (7.5 to  16.1) Ref   8.8 (6.2 to  12.4) Ref  
 Missing 11.9 (9.2 to  15.4) 1.19 (0.76 to  1.85) 0.443 12.2 (8.3 to  17.5) 0.99 (0.52 to  1.89) 0.985 11.8 (8.1 to  16.7) 1.22 (0.65 to  2.30) 0.537
Subjective social status
 Low (1–4) 9.4 (7.0 to  12.4) 0.91 (0.63 to  1.33) 0.634 8.1 (5.6 to  11.5) 0.63 (0.39 to  1.03) 0.068 10.9 (7.0 to  16.6) 1.29 (0.76 to  2.20) 0.346
 Middle (5–6) 11.2 (9.6 to  13.0) 1.12 (0.86 to  1.45) 0.400 13.0 (10.7 to  15.8) 1.05 (0.74 to  1.49) 0.783 9.3 (7.2 to  11.8) 1.16 (0.78 to  1.75) 0.465
 High (7 to  10) 9.9 (8.2 to  11.8) Ref   12.0 (9.3 to  15.3) Ref   8.0 (6.0 to  10.4) Ref  
  1. % prevalence in percent, CI confidence interval, Ref. reference group, OR odds ratios from separate logistic regressions on each socioeconomic variable with adjustments for age, sex, (education), migrant status, household size (and municipality); #, non-working population or missing data