Table 2-2
Multinomial logit model of acculturation profiles with integrated belongingTable 2-2 ref B, Note 1 as the base group — Individual demographic characteristics

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Table 2-2
Multinomial logit model of acculturation profiles with integrated belonging as the base group — Individual demographic characteristics
Table summary
This table displays the results of Multinomial logit model of acculturation profiles with integrated belonging as the base group — Individual demographic characteristics National belonging, Source-country belonging and Weak belonging, calculated using odds ratio units of measure (appearing as column headers).
  National belongingTable 2-2 Note 2 Source-country belongingTable 2-2 Note 3 Weak belongingTable 2-2 Note 4
odds ratio
Individual demographic characteristics  
Woman 0.85Table 2-2, Note * 0.94 1.02
Education (reference: university degree)  
Some postsecondary 0.98 1.12 0.59Table 2-2, Note *
High school graduation 0.93 0.77 0.99
Less than high school 0.90 0.92 1.17
Visible minority 0.68Table 2-2, Note * 0.86 0.48Table 2-2, Note **
Marital status (reference: married)  
Common-law 0.97 1.29 1.31
Widowed 1.01 0.23 2.51
Divorced or separated 1.60Table 2-2, Note * 1.35 1.08
Never married 0.96 0.99 2.34Table 2-2, Note **
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