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Table 1 Demographic and socioeconomic characteristics of 20–64 year-old residents in Piracicaba, SP, Brazil, 2011

From: Impact of tooth loss related to number and position on oral health quality of life among adults

Sample characteristics Total Weighted IC 95%
% (n) % (n) %
Demographic Gender Male 27.8(69) 33.5 (50166,438) 22.6- 46.6
Female 72.2 (179) 66.5 (99468,883) 53.4- 77.4
Age (years) 20–44 55.6 (138) 30.9 (46205,521) 23.3- 39.3
45–64 44.4 (110) 69.1 (103429,800) 60.4- 76.7
Race White 79.8 (198) 78.2 (117034,328) 67.1- 86,3
Black 8.5 (21) 6.6 (9886,771) 3.4- 12.4
Mixed race 10.9 (27) 14.8 (22093,398) 6.9- 28.8
Asian 0.8 (2) 0.4 (620,833) 0.1-1.8
Socioeconomic Marital status Single 18.1 (45) 12.2 (18299,063) 7.1- 20.2
Married 70.2 (174) 73 (1092223,210) 66.4- 78.7
Divorced + widow 11.7 (29) 14.8 (22113,049) 8.6- 25.4
Personal income Up to 1 MW 38.7 (96) 38.7 (56864,195) 30.9- 47.2
1- 2 MW 21.8 (54) 17.6 (25904,271) 12.4- 24.4
+ 2 MW 37.9 (94) 43.7 (64181,750) 33.0- 55.0
Family income Up to 1 MW 3.6 (9) 3.2 (4718.33) 1.1- 9.0
1- 2 MW 12.1 (30) 9.7 (14123,959) 5.4- 16.6
+ 2 MW 81.9 (203) 87.1 (127487,081) 78.4- 92.7
Educational level Up to 4 years 17.3 (43) 28.5 (42576,751) 16.8- 43.9
5 to 10 years 27.8 (69) 29.2 (43671,486) 23.3- 35.9
+ 11 years 54.8 (136) 42.4 (63387,084) 28.2- 57.9
Social class Medium 17.3 (43) 11.5 (17197,083) 6.5- 19.5
High lower 67.3 (167) 75.3 (112462,925) 65.3- 82.9
Lower 15.3 (38) 13.3 (19975,313) 8.4- 20.5
  1. Note: MW is minimum wage.
  2. Variables “personal income” and “family income” did not complete 100% percentage value due to missing cases.