Skip to main content

Table 4 Importance of Impact Factors: Ranking from Most to Least Importance

From: What were they thinking when providing preference measurements for generic health states? The evidence for HUI3

Life Impact Factor Frequency of Respondents Reporting (%)   
Not at all or Slightly Important Somewhat Important Quite or Very Important Total p-value
Looking after self 20 (4) 35 (7) 449 (89) 504 (100) < 0.0001
Family life 66 (13) 55 (11) 383 (76) 504 (100) < 0.0001
Happiness of others 70 (14) 86 (17) 348 (69) 504 (100) < 0.0001
Working current job 116 (23) 86 (17) 302 (60) 504 (100) < 0.0001
Leisure activities 146 (29) 146 (29) 212 (42) 504 (100) 0.0002
All (sum) 418 (16.6) 408 (16.2) 1694 (67.2) 2520 (100)  
p-value < 0.001  
  1. Note: Column percentages may not sum to 100 because the row factors were assessed individually